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"david john" Discussed on Live From Studio 6B
"All right, live from Studio 6B, Real America's Voice, on a Thursday night, Dish Network Channel 219, political TV Channel 470, 1029 on Samsung TV Plus. Also make sure you follow us on the Roku channel as well as all the socials. Go to livefromstudiosixb.com as well. They hub the worldwide, I guess, the worldwide home of LFS 6B, livefromstudiosixb.com. You can check out everything show related there. Of course, like I said, follow us on all the socials, Facebook, Twitter, Getter, X, Instagram, Instagram, yes, Instagram, Rumble, YouTube, you name it, we're all over the place. Just find us, share us, send us to your friends, send us to your liberal friends, make their heads explode. That'd be fun. On a Thursday night, Big D, Damon is out for tonight. Unfortunately, we'll check in with him maybe later and see what's going on. In the meantime, Big Z is here. David Zier, how are you? I'm great. Thank you for asking. Welcome on a Thursday night. You're also going to be here tomorrow too, right? No, I will be. That's right. You're traveling tomorrow. He's traveling tomorrow. Right. For our Saturday Trump coverage of Trump at 4 PM Eastern. So that should be great. So I'll have a lot of news for you guys about what's going on in the ground out there. Yeah. So you'll be tuning into Real America's Voice all weekend. You'll be checking out, of course, this show tonight and tomorrow night. And of course, David will be anchoring some of the for the big shindig out there as we get closer and closer to the inevitability of the primary season and what that's going to look like. Slick Rick is here with sports. Slick, how are you? I'm doing great, Rick. How are you doing this evening? I'm doing good. Anything you want to tease for Thursday night football? Yes, we got Thursday night football down in Baltimore, M &T Bank Stadium, Baltimore Ravens hosting the Cincinnati Bengals. Great AFC North matchup. So we'll be taking a pick on that in a little while. And Major League Baseball has some big announcements today. MVPs, Cy Youngs and Oakland A's look like they're heading to Vegas. All right. So we've got a bunch of sports stories to get through. In the meantime, kicking it back to David Zier for a second. I know you've got a big show on Saturdays here, Saturday mornings at 8 AM on Real America's Voice. Breaking point with David Zier. Of course, it's 8 AM Eastern. David, anybody interesting you got coming up this week on the show? Yeah. Professor Nick Giordano, who's great. He is the host of the PAS Report and he's a professor at Suffolk Community College. He's the guy who gives his citizenship exam to all of his students there and they all fail it. But he's great. He's got a lot of great guests. And then I got Holly Swenson on, who is the author of Stop, Drop, Grow and Glow on like how do you keep your families together, closer relationships with your children, how to argue with your crazy uncle at the Thanksgiving dinner and all of that. And then I have MTG on and we get into a lot of the issues. You know, she's fighting for the J-6ers. She's been blasting Mayorkas. She's been blasting Ray. She's been pushing on a lot of fronts. So check that out. She's got a new book, MTG. But, you know, she gave a great interview. You know, we talked about, you know, they cut off Clay Higgins, right? He wants to expose the parking garage full of fake Trump supporters getting off a bus on J-6, but it wasn't a setup. Right. So at least, you know, she's the one of the voices in the wilderness really fighting for the J-6ers. So stay tuned for that. And subpoenas are flying all over Congress. So stay tuned. All right. So we got a bunch of things on the news front with David. We'll be hitting tonight. There's a few things that we're going to cover here. You mentioned the Clay Higgins thing, and that's interesting because we did play it last night. And there was something that happened right at the end when he started talking about those ghost trucks. We'll dive into that a little bit later, because I want to get your take on it. We're going to isolate a segment. I know we played the whole segment of Clay Higgins doing his best with director Ray of the FBI, but there's a specific segment that really got my attention. We mentioned a little bit last night. I want to do a little deeper into it with you tonight as well. But I think the big story of this evening, I think has to be what happened out in San Francisco. I don't know if you caught it. I don't know if you've been paying attention, but I've got a headline here for you. Check this out for yourself right from the New York Post. Yes. David DePape found guilty of breaking into ex-speaker Nancy Pelosi's home, brutally attacking her husband with a hammer and two unicorn costumes. I don't know if you could tell, but I added that part. I couldn't tell. Yeah. I added that part because I think the New York Post was a little short on what they were doing there. Now it's Pulitzer worthy. Right, right. Now people understand that now this is a story I want to read. It's like, I've heard about the hammer. Who cares about that? Talk about unicorn costumes, all in. Anyhow. I thought you were going to talk about the Potemkin village that Newsom set up for the... What did they do with all the homeless people? Did they sweep them into San Francisco Bay? I think they're all going to come out as a version of it. They were in the sewer abducting kids and then they're going to make their way out at some point. But from the New York Post, the federal jury found David DePape guilty of breaking into San Francisco home, a former US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in 2022 and launching a brutal hammer attack. Do we have that hammer attack? I don't know. I've never seen it. I don't think I've ever seen that video before. It's crazy. DePape 43 could face a life sentence in federal prison if convicted. There it is. There's where... Oh, he's getting hammered. Oh, look at that. Where'd that horn go? I don't know. Anyhow. So DePape could face a life sentence in the federal prison if convicted of the October 28th home invasion attack that left the 83-year-old Paul Pelosi with a fractured skull and other serious injuries. During the week long trial, DePape took the stand and said he was initially looking for Pelosi's wife. Again, you listen to this part and you kind of scratch your head like, well, why would you be skulking around there? If you're looking for his wife, she's pretty high profile. You kind of know where she is. You just got to pop on the TV. She's eating ice cream. She's eating ice cream by the freezer. So anyhow, federal prosecutors said DePape broke into the home at 2 a.m. because he wanted to break Nancy's kneecaps, but instead found a sleeping Paul Pelosi and decided to dress him up as a unicorn. It's close. Jurors on Thursday earlier today found DePape guilty of attempted kidnapping of a federal official assault on an immediate family member of a federal official in retaliation for the performance of their duties. Jurors also found true the allegation that DePape used a dangerous weapon during the assault. Now they're saying it was a hammer, but again, it's tough to see on this picture that they put in the article and from the video things happen so quickly. But DePape did not deny the attack and he tearfully apologized to Pelosi when he took to the stand just a couple of days ago. He was never my target, DePape said. I'm sorry he got hurt. I reacted when my plan was basically ruined. You would have thought that when Paul Pelosi was on his phone telling the police there's this guy here in my house, you would think at that point the plan was kind of ruined. His eyes started blinking and his attorney placed his hands on him as they spoke for a while. He was visibly upset as verdict was read. His hands clasped in front of him. A source who was inside the courtroom told the boss. What's next? Sentencing? Sentencing, right. Now they await sentencing. Let's see, let me see if I can find that in the article. Kind of long drawn out article here. They really love to rehash all the details of the attack and what was going on that night. Let's see, as we scroll down the jurors. Not as much as you do. Okay, I spent a little time on it. However, prosecutors, yeah, it doesn't say anything about when the sentencing hearing is going to be, but we expect that to happen sometime soon. So there you have it. Breaking news. David DePape. Yes. David, what do you think of this? Do you think he showed up with this costume in mind for Paul Pelosi? I don't even know what to say to that. You got one of those at home? For once? I'm speechless. The giveaway, the hands on the shoulders is just a little too much. Right. Yeah. It's like Doc. Good horsing around. That old, that old gag. Yeah. So that's the, that's the breaking news story. David DePape found guilty. There's another big story that broke as well. And this one, you know, kind of, kind of shows you the two-tier justice system that is out there. Right. Let me see if I can find it. It just kind of happened. I wasn't even ready for this because I wasn't going to get to this right away. Will he get 22 years in prison? Like the proud boys leader who wasn't even in DC. Yeah. He should get at least that. Well, yeah, the proud boys leader gets that, but this guy, well, since you brought that up, I'll bring up the, I'll bring up the, the Biden thing in just a moment. This coming from the J six, I guess, trials um, as the DOJ accused left-wing activists of inciting Trump supporters on January 6th, you re we all remember this guy, the video of, uh, John Earl Sullivan. Remember he's the one who was doing the video. He says he was there as a member of the, you know, media. He caught the, uh, the, the murder of, um, Ashley Babbitt on film. Oh, wow. Right. Cause he was standing right there. Yeah. Um, yeah. According to this, he has department of justice, accused a man who prosecutors have painted as a left-wing anti-establishment activist of, of inciting supporters of former president Trump on January 6th at the conclusion of the trial, 29 year old John Earl Sullivan, uh, in DC federal prosecutors outlined how he allegedly incited the mob of rioters inside the U S cop capital. Uh, he claimed to have been a journalist following the crowd. He was with CNN, right? That's what he claimed. That one of the people with him actually worked for CNN. He captured video of the shooting of Ali Babbitt, Ashley Babbitt, I should say, who was fatally struck while, while trying to enter the house speaker's lobby by a bullet fired by Capitol police officer, Lieutenant Michael Byrd, prosecutors presented a call that Sullivan, the leader of an organization called insurgents USA boy, that's not nefarious at all, through which he organized his protests had with members of his discord channel after January 6th. And he bragged about his action saying, I brought my megaphone to instigate instigate S uh, Sullivan said on the call, he added that I wanted to make those Trump Trump supporters F S up. He's Antifa for years. He's been for years. He's BLM for years. And, uh, he was screaming, burn it down, burn it down. Uh, along with all of his other, uh, cohorts who were outside the Capitol, uh, on bull horns saying, burn it down, uh, inciting the whole thing. So, yeah. And what's amazing is that you notice how we've not heard anything about this guy until today. Well, I've been, we've been following John Sullivan for years. No, no, no. But I'm saying, but I'm saying after what happened on January 6th, because he was so prominent, the video was out there. Everybody had it. Everybody played it. Um, he was, he was of course, you know, celebrating as he's walking through the, uh, the rotunda, they're heading out after Babbitt got shot. Right. Change his outfit, change his outfit. He, he made his way out. He talked about how he was, he was there to capture all this stuff. Um, but we never really heard much about it. Like, you know, the, the, the, the, uh, the, uh, proud boys guy who wasn't even in DC. Yeah. We heard all about him. It was, it was, you know, you could see headlines everywhere about that, but this guy, one of their own detained and then let go. Right. Well, everyone else was carted off or the doors were kicked in on their house. Right. But this guy, we didn't hear anything about, there were no big headlines and he was a, he was a major face that day. Cause again, he was there when she was gunned down. Yeah. I, my, my good friend, uh, interview John Sullivan's father and um, he's just a, uh, he's a ultimate troublemaker for many years. Yeah. So, so congratulations. And you know what, I guess they had to burn one of their own, um, you know, because they could, you can't get around that video. Everybody saw it. Everybody played it. Uh, you can't kind of get around, well, we're going to let him go. Um, you know, unlike the, uh, what, what's the other guy's name. I'm, I'm losing that guy's name. We've right. The instigator. Nah, I forget his name. Yes. Uh, I almost said Omar Epps. No, not Omar Epps. What's his name? Ray. That's the guy. So we'll see what happens with Ray Epps next, I guess. Oh, all right. So those are some of the headlines kicking off a Thursday night. David Zier is here. We'll do some news with him. Slick Rick is here. We'll do a pick for Thursday night football and sports coming up next live from studio six B real America's voice. Hi, live from studio six B real America's voice on a Thursday night. If you're just joining us, big D a call out sick. Hopefully everything works out well for him. Um, in the meantime, David Zier is sitting in David. Welcome back. Of course, he's going to be traveling on, uh, on Friday tomorrow. He's going to be heading out to, uh, to Iowa, Iowa, a lot of action, less state of Iowa. We love Iowa. We do love Iowa. It's great. Love it there. And like, like David was saying, there's a lot of action going on. All right. So we'll, uh, we'll get a, we'll get a little breakdown of what you're going to be doing, covering that on Saturday, all the coverage here on real America's voice starts at 4 PM Eastern. So make sure you check that out from Fort Dodge, Iowa. President Donald Trump will be on hand. Uh, David will be hanging out, uh, to kind of trying to get on stage and, uh, wave to everybody. Yeah. My mission is to find the best wing joint and Fort Dodge sailor. And Eric Fox will be joining me that great cameraman for a real America's voice. Shout out to real to Eric and, uh, his service to our country. Yeah. That'd be great. Um, uh, what time are you flying out tomorrow? One o'clock one o'clock. All right. Well, I'm leaving for the airport at one. Okay. Just make sure you just make sure you get enough sleep. Cause I'm very concerned lately. There's something going around. I don't know if you heard about it from, uh, from, uh, president Biden and what he said that if you don't get enough sleep, then things happen. If you take something, um, it sounded a little bit like this, David, John, I know, uh, two people near where I live. Two people are kids. Literally as I said, they woke up dead. So we don't want that to happen to you. And then you end up missing your flight because if you woke up dead, then you may not get there on time. That's alarming. Right. Very alarming. Of course they did. So make sure you get plenty of sleep. Um, you know, make sure you, uh, uh, have some water by the bed in case you get a little parched at night. We don't want you to suffer what those kids suffered. I just played this clip of Biden talking about the pistol braces. Did you guys cover that? You know, the gun brace for the pistol saying it changes the caliber of the weapon. He's stupid. Yeah, he really is. Anyhow. Hey, uh, there is a Thursday night football game. It's the Ravens of Baltimore to playing the Cincinnati Bengals over in Baltimore, in Baltimore, right? Correct. M and T bank stadium. All right. So let's do a little odds makers pick for a Thursday night, shall we let's go. There it is. Here we are. M and T bank stadium Ravens hosting the Cincinnati Bengals. I was waiting for the big intro Thursday. Don't don't don't push it. All right. Yeah. Friends on overload that ready. Sorry. Well, you get ready with that pick. Aaron, who are you taking tonight? The Bengals are getting four points on the road. Joey Barrow visiting the great Lamar. Sorry, Miss Jackson. Let's go. What do you got? I'm going to pick. I'm going with the Bengals. I don't think Joe bro is going to want to go five and five. So I think he's going to have it on tonight. And I'm not worried about the spread. I think it's going to play in his favor. Well, to me, it's unusual. Slick Rick. I know I don't do this. I was on Cincinnati coming into the show tonight, but I got a couple of people in the get a chat, you know, to get a chat. That's my home. Those are my people. Those are my peeps, Rick. And dirt urchin and ant ghost men. They're on the Ravens. They're like Slick Rick. Got to pick the Ravens. Don't let us down. So, hey, I'm going to go with the Ravens tonight with the I would say it's an upset. They land for that point. It's gone back for three and a half, four, but it's four points solid. So all right, Aaron, we're going to be going head to head tonight. And I got Baltimore. Hey, they have real nice purple jersey. So after all, yeah, good color. So that's it. And that is a real big battle that's going to set up the you know, for the end of the season there with the playoffs. So, yeah, give me Baltimore. We'll game just underway. 1258 to go in the first, second and three Ravens have the ball in the Cincinnati 20. They're driving. So all right. And dirt urchin. Thank you for that pick. We'll see what happens. All right. Couple of quick scores, Rick, before I get to some sports Canadians. This is sports. True Canadians, Canadians, two to one over the golden Knights in Montreal, 1310 to go in the second, the penguins and devils in a good one in Pittsburgh, tied at two 11 to go there in the second coyotes and blue jackets tied at one. Also in the second lightning and Black Hawks just underway. They had no score earlier this evening. Senators over the Red Wings, five to four Detroit falls. And we have the Canucks, flames islanders, crackers islanders, by the way, have lost six in a row. They are not doing well. Panthers and kings and blues and sharks, all nine to 1030 respective puck drops. They're a couple of NBA games tonight. Not a real busy schedule. We got two games on the slate right now. Heat over the Nets. Forty one thirty nine. That's mid second quarter. And at 10 p.m. we have the Warriors taking on the Thunder in Golden State or should be San Francisco, that beautiful city. And speaking of San Francisco, we're going to talk to their neighbors over here. The Oakland Athletics move to Las Vegas has been approved by Major League Baseball owners. The story has been brewing for quite some time now. AP report out of Arlington, Texas, where they're having their meetings. The Oakland Athletics move to Las Vegas was unanimously approved Thursday by Major League Baseball team owners cementing the sport's first relocation since 2005. Nearly 20 years, Rick, according to two people familiar with the vote. The people spoke to the AP press on a condition of anonymity, anonymity because the league had not yet announced the result. A 75 percent vote for the 30 teams was necessary to make the move, which is endorsed by Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred. After years of complaints about the Oakland Coliseum and an inability to gain government assistance for a new ballpark in the Bay Area, the A's plan to move to a stadium to be built on the Las Vegas Strip with 380 million in public financing approved by the Nevada government. The A's lease at the Coliseum expires after the twenty twenty fourth season. And it remains unclear where the team will play before a new ballpark opens in twenty twenty seven at the earliest. Las Vegas will become the fourth city for a franchise that played in Philadelphia from nineteen oh one to nineteen fifty four, moved to Kansas City for 13 seasons and arrived in Oakland for nineteen sixty eight. The new stadium will be the team's fifth after Columbia Park, Shy Park, Morrell Stadium and the Coliseum. A lot of detail there. Since the Washington Senators became the Texas Rangers for nineteen two, the only other team to relocate was the Montreal Expos who became the Washington Nationals back in twenty oh five. And this is going to be a one point five billion dollar, thirty thousand seat ballpark, small ballpark, but with a retractable roof with that heat they need it. And it's going to be right by Allegiance Stadium where the Raiders play and also T Mobile Arena where currently the Stanley Cup champion Vegas Golden Knights play every night. So there you go Rick that's a wrap in sports. So I think they'll call them instead of calling them the A's they should call them the Aces right? That'd be pretty cool but I doubt they'll change that. The Las Vegas Athletics. Well you know what it is it's in a it's it's a it's one of the original teams right? The Athletics. They started out as the Philadelphia Athletics. Way back when. Way back when. And then they moved over to California when the expansion when everybody went west. Everybody wanted a piece of the west west coast. And you had the Giants move, you had the A's move. I know. What else would I find? The Dodgers. Dodgers too yeah from Brooklyn. I broke a lot of hearts here on the island. But I gotta tell you what's really cool is you got the Oakland Raiders and you got the Oakland A's now in Vegas. Those two phenomenal iconic 70s teams that I I loved it too. So it's cool to see them together again. Long live the Oakland Coliseum. But now it's gonna happen in Vegas man. Have you ever been to the Oakland Coliseum? I have not had that joy. I never made it to the black hole. Yeah it really was a black hole. Remember that guy? In a terrible place too. I went to a few games there. Remember that A's? No when I worked out there I went to a few games. A few of the A's games when they played the Yankees of course. Yeah. And I went to one of the Raiders games. I mean the fans were awesome. It was just they were saddled with a terrible a terrible stadium. Raiders fans are great. I remember that one fan with the rainbow afro. Oh yes. Yeah we had to do it. John 3 16 used to hold up the Bible verse. Remember that guy? He was the best. I know. He must be born again. Anyway that's a wrap in sports my friend. Thank you. Again Slick Rick Sports brought to you by Mike Lindell's My Pillow. Go to mypillow.com especially with the holidays coming up. It's amazing. Thanksgiving is next week. That means everybody goes into you know oh Black Friday sales and all that stuff. Get a jump on your holiday shopping especially if you're looking for stuff for people who may be going off to school. Maybe they're they're they're getting a new house. They need some new sheets, new towels. Hook them up. LFS6B. Use the code at checkout and of course take advantage of the great deals. Hold that back up because it ain't a new calendar. I feel like we haven't been talking about this. No we haven't. Big D's kept it under wraps. This this this thing has been a long time in the making. At least two weeks. But we're running low and that's part of the problem. So we're running out of those Slick Rick calendars. Well you know what? You're sold a lot. We're sold a lot. That means that means we need to uh you know maybe a second run is in order because the holidays are coming. We'll see. You know maybe maybe that liberal friend of yours in your family your cousin you don't talk to anymore. Give me give me that calendar. I would love to do that. Shay McNary in the chat said she was going to give out calendars at work but the HR department didn't think it was a good idea. I love that story in the chat. Great calendar. Yeah but it's not like no it's very clean. It's very safe for work. I did very classy. Yeah it's very tasteful. By the way I have a great XM radio story for you when you come back. All right so we'll do that. We'll uh we'll talk about that. We'll also talk about another story I really want to get David's input on because it actually has to do with David. He has personal experience. What did I do now? You'll see. You'll see. We'll do that. Coming back live from Studio 6B. Real America's Voice.
"david john" Discussed on The Athletes Podcast
"Figure out exactly what you want to do, and then just attack it. Just fucking start. That's what I always say to people, I don't give a fuck if you have an iPhone 4 or a Hollywood camera. Just start. Ladies and gentlemen, athletes from around the world, welcome back to the athletes podcast where this week we feature Mitchell Pelkey. Hands down the funniest man to ever wear the Ohio State jersey representing the Buckeyes. Hey guys, he's someone who I'm fortunate enough to be able to call a friend, training partner. He's been creating content since he was a kid. Now he's coaching kids all across the continent. Check out his website in the description below for all the details of where those camps are going to be. And he's doing so in some pretty sick fashion and with some pretty sick flow if you check out his hairdo. Now I don't want to take anything away from this episode, but we were fortunate enough to attend the inaugural PWHL draft here in Toronto yesterday and what an event it was. At CBC headquarters downtown Toronto, we were fortunate enough to be in attendance, witness this incredible event sponsored by Canadian Tire where 10 of his Buckeye alumni were drafted during this inaugural event across six teams of the PWHL, which is sure to be an incredible season that's kicking off here. Training camps start in November, super exciting to see all these women in attendance celebrating the success of female hockey. Super sensational being able to meet all of these incredible executives athletes who were in attendance like Diana Matheson, Cassie Campbell, Brian Burke, Marie-Philippe Poulain, Natalie Spooner, Sarah Nurse amongst others. And we were also able to have these incredible conversations and hopefully line up future podcast combos for you folks to listen to down the road. Now I have to bring up our athlete agreement. This is something we just hit the 1900 subscriber mark on YouTube, many more on Spotify, Apple podcasts, wherever else you're consuming. But this athlete agreement, we need you folks to hit that subscribe button just for watching here. It's all we ask. It means the world to us. We appreciate it tremendously. And it allows us to keep doing this on a weekly basis so that you can stay updated when we're attending these incredible events like the PWHL inaugural draft. So that's all we asked. Let's get to this episode now featuring Mitchell Pelkey, the face of lacrosse back to training camp in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Let's get to it. Here we go. I think we got it, man. You it's only right. It's only right. You introduced it to me a little. Oh, so that's that. You got to get the little and then the folks on this little ASMR kickstart. Mitch Pelkey. Ready? Wait, wait. I'm a righty. So I got to switch this up real quick. All right. Ready? Three, two, one. Oh, wait, wait, wait. I did it on mine. So you're good. Three, two. Oh, Tommy's a little off, but we're learning here in the Cape. So what cheers, baby. What's this one nine four one nine four nine four in the Cape. I've known big Dave for a little over 24 hours and then we're already on the podcast. Would you want it any other way? No, absolutely not. No, but I knew Emily Cole before you though. Yeah. Yes. We we actually had a funny conversation. How did that start? I think we were talking about like the dating scene. Yeah. We were. I was I was bragging about the GF. I'm the only the only coupled up guy here. What's her name? Phoenix Wayland. Phoenix. That's a that's an awesome name. Right. That's a I mean. I know. I'm the lame guy. They're like, it's hey, it's my name's Phoenix. And it's oh yeah. I'm Dave. Yeah. Wow. Sick. Yeah. Yeah. That's creative. But I got the last name to make up for it. Yeah. That's a sick last name. It helps. You're just you're meant to be on screen. Yeah. You don't even know my middle name. What is it? John Steele. Really? David John Steele. You ever think about on the column just switching to John Steele Stark. If I ever if I ever have to go incognito or like get off the map. Yeah. I'll be John Steele, which might not be as effective now putting it out on the Internet. No, I like it. Yeah. Yeah. You know, it's the backup option. But we're here to talk about Mitch Pelkey and the brand, the individual, the human being, the lax bro, the next face of lacrosse. Let's go. I love that. Dude. It's crazy what you've been able to accumulate over the past. It's been like a six, eight year journey. Yeah. High school. Yeah. Stopping. Well, NIL mix in there at the end, like, man, why don't instead of me butchering. Yeah. No, no. You kind of got a spot on. I'll kind of take us back a little bit. So it started. I grew up in Northern Virginia right outside D.C. Leesburg. Leesburg. Yeah. Leesburg area and a very lacrosse centric house. My dad played at UVA. He was a four time All-American. No big deal. Yeah. No big deal. Any old head I talk to and they hear my last name and they're like, your dad's a legend. And I love it. And it's really cool to kind of continue that name on. So lacrosse is always number one in my family. My mom never played. And I think that was a blessing in disguise because growing up, it was lacrosse, everything for me. And if you didn't play lacrosse, you weren't about it. Like I kind of thought less of you. And my mom would always say like growing up, like you got to add value to your life. You got to add something else to your life because it can't be lacrosse 24 seven. She would always hit me with this line. She would always say, what are you going to do when you take a girl out on the date? Talk about lacrosse. And that always like stuck with me for some reason. And I think going into middle school, us being close in our age, even though big rigs about 10 years older than me, we're the first generation to really come home and watch YouTube instead of like TV. Grew up watching guys like Roman Atwood Vlogs, Shaytards, Casey Neistat. I always just love that, that mindset and that idea of like filming your life and posting it on the Internet because back in the day it was all about like home vlogs and just like, what are you doing as a family? And just kind of took my Italian mom to keep busting my chops, like, yo, Mitch, you got to do this. Like, let's go. And, you know, I was super afraid at first, you know, on the real just of what people were going to say. Like, you know, I was, you know, people like me, I'm not going to say it was the most popular kid in school, but I was always afraid of what people were going to think about my videos. So it just took, you know, really that first video, me and my boy Buck, one of my best friends today, shout out, Buck. We were chopping your hair off. Yeah. We were in history class back at, back in high school, freshman year. And I look at him, I'm like, yo, like, can I give you a haircut? He's like, only if I can give you a haircut. And we were like, bet. So we met up at the house that weekend and he actually gave me this haircut. So that's what started it all. He gave me kind of this mullet mohawk. I gave him a terrible haircut and kind of got, went pretty viral in my town. And then, you know, started out, just kind of kept, you know, compounding as Dom would always say throughout the years, haircuts, high school vlogs, incorporating lacrosse. And then when I got to college, it was a mix of lacrosse, D1 athlete, frat stuff, content creation stuff. And, and now we're here in the Cape with Big Stark and Pelconator. Dude. And eight, like six, eight other boys that are just all animals. I know it's so sick. It's crazy. Shout out to Bobby for really putting this whole thing on. Dude, training camp. It's been crazy. It's brought together some incredible high performers, the next young gen of content creators. Everyone's got their own little space that they're, they're niche, but everyone's, and I think that's, that's the best part about it, right? It's like, I'm learning what you're saying and I'm like, how can I apply that to what I'm doing in my business? Dude. Okay. What are you going to take away from this weekend between the mouth tape, the nasal breathing, the morning, like of like the whole remedies. I call it the Alexisms of what's going on here is something that that's like, I'm way out of the spectrum, but I think something out why you're on the podcast here with Dom, I was actually researching mouth tape. Like I was about to put it in. So I think mouth tape is one. I think incorporating the electrolytes as soon as I wake up, whether it's the brand that you guys are using or what Dom's using, like I think incorporating a brand like that as soon as I wake up as a mentor. So I definitely think those two and then potentially like, I'm not a flexible cat and I really have always wanted to get better there. So I think that too is like, this was a big refresher for me to be like, damn man, like these guys are grinding. Like I'm back home, you know, just my mom and I, and there's not kind of that peer to peer pressure of like someone pushing you. And I miss that. That's something I miss from playing division one lacrosse at Ohio state is like, well, you're with a group of 50 guys all grinding in the trenches. Like I remember this time last year, we were, we were doing Hills at 6 AM bear crawling up Hills going backwards, sprinting up and it's like in the moment, right. You don't want to do it, but like after you're like, damn man, like alumni weekends coming up here in a month. And like, I'm going to tell the guys, like, that's the type of stuff you miss, you know, it's not like the winning games. It's not the glorified stuff. It's just like the moments in the trenches with the guys, the sense of reward after even just a couple miles this morning, I know you and I were getting after it. And it's like that, that feeling afterwards, you can't replace, it doesn't matter how many wins, how many gold medals, just knowing that you went after something, did it, achieved it. What doesn't matter the time, even just like the fact that you were able to go after it is something that will never. It won't. And I think the cool part too, like yesterday, like we did like a rock. I didn't even know what a rock was before this trip. We got sand. Ridiculous rock. Yeah. You do that a lot in Canada. No. Do I. So we look, it got us out of our comfort zone. We had to fill our backpacks up with these 30 pound sandbags, run 15, turn around, run 15 back. And you know, it brought me to like a deep place I haven't been to since playing. And like, again, that's the type of stuff I miss. And like in hindsight, thinking about doing that, I'm like, that sounds terrible. But like the re the, the reward after like, are you nuts? That's why we do it right now. I know your bag was 30 pounds because ours was 40 at least. And there's a reason why Bobby, Hey, roll the clip of Alex and the Pelconator finishing first. Hey, blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while, right? I love that. No, dude, that was legit though. And like, even just you guys getting after it on the beach there, you guys took off. It's there's something to be said around having a group of people that are like-minded that are willing to go to those deep places, like you said. And I, that's not something I've felt over the past year traveling as much. I haven't been able to find that group of guys that I can resonate with and know that, Hey, like if I go after something, these guys are going to be right there by my side. That's why like, I'm so jealous of like where Dom's at. I mean, I obviously with cardiac arrest, like you don't want that to happen to anybody, but like where he's at in Austin around those types of people like that is so cool. Like just from the fact that like, you know, he comes from like playing big football, right? And like, Sarah typical deal, an athlete going out and partying on the weekends and then like going to Austin where like everybody's training and on the weekends are just hanging out and like, just like talking content, like that's like what we live for. Right. And I think it's different. Like you're in Toronto and like I'm back home and like, we're not in big areas where a lot of that's happening. And that's why I was so stoked when Bobby reached out about this weekend. I was like, dude, I don't care. What's on my schedule. It's getting next. I'm coming here. Yeah. I mentioned it on Dom's episode. We like, I flew across the continent to Cape Cod and I am so grateful that I did, was able to make it work. And I think like being able to do stuff like this, because now, you know, we're going to look back on this training camp. We're going to have another one in probably six months. We might end up in Poland with Wim Hof after watching frozen alive. Stay tuned, subscribe. Yeah. There you go. It's this part and like the building you mentioned compounding, like we don't even realize what the next five, 10 years have in store. I try and visualize a lot of stuff, but it's impossible to know. What do you think's been the biggest learning for you over the past five, 10 years creating content? I know you started at the beginning of high school. Like do you have a favorite video or something that you look back on that's you're like, ah, that's why I continue doing this. Like I know I remember even just like you love the fact that with your merchandise, you're able to impact people, you have people reaching out constantly, you're able to communicate with them. I think as far as like favorite video, like I really don't, I just think like I'm big on just like compounding, you know, getting reps. Like I look, I honestly like at college and I could send you a picture, you can pop it up right now. Like I had this massive chiseled Ronnie Coleman picture in my room just in the fact that looking at his body, I can just tell that took like 10 years, right? Yeah. Longer than that. And I just look at the game like this, like you have to fucking put in the work and like, you know, all of us know it here and I just love the fact getting up and grinding towards something every day and my coach would always say getting 1% better every day and I always love that. And so I think as far as the favorite video, like I can't answer that, but I think just like I love getting in front of the camera and making content with new people, whether it's you, whether it's another athlete, another creator, just another person I think is the goal I try to achieve every day. And you know, again, with just graduating from Ohio State and being this in this content roles, being in the backseat for the past seven years where it's always been finish your grades, get right in the classroom, go to practice, get right on the field and then whatever that third column you want to be like, that's whatever you want to do. And that was always social. And now, you know, socials at one and in this couple months has been awesome, but it's also been hard. Like I'm so focused on the content that I don't really work out that much as I want to. Like the blessing and curse of when I was at Ohio State, having the practices, it was mandatory. Hey, put your phone down. We have practice for three hours. Now it's like, I don't want to put the phone down, but I think it helps me at the end of the day. Oh, dude. A hundred percent. And yeah, that's one thing. Even this is like kicked my ass into gear again a bit from this weekend. I'm like, man, these, these young bucks are putting in the miles and I'm like, I got to keep up here. Yeah. You know, I'm not quite 10 years older than you, but God damn, it feels like it. Yeah, I know. And I think that the funny part too is like, if Dom didn't go through what he went through, he'd be smoking everybody here. Not even a question. Not even a question. Yeah. We, we got some work to do. Yeah, I know. I know. And I feel like we're in the same realm where a lot of our content is traveling, even though you're more on the podcast side, I'm more on like the video creating side. Like it's hard just to fit it in. And I feel like those guys in there, like they have something more in them where the workout's more prevalent in their day to day. And I know you have a lot more going on with your nine to five, but for me, it's like wake up laptop and don't get off til Ma says it's dinner time. And she's got the pasta with the Italian seasoning and you're good to go. Comes downstairs and she's got the chicken parm going and then you hop off.
"david john" Discussed on Live From Studio 6B
"So as you see of course, taking a swipe at Trump because he knows, and he admits, he goes, he's the popular guy. I don't like the, I used to be the popular guy. I'm not the popular guy anymore. And that's why I hate Donald Trump and anybody who votes for him. You know, this guy, Trent Staggs, the mayor of Riverton has got 75% of the fraternal order of police behind him. So he's pretty popular in that way. But John Curtis, one of the four house members in Utah might run for the Senate seat, criticized Trump, said he deserved blame for J6, even though he didn't vote to impeach. And then you've got Evan McMullin, who's a former CIA agent and an independent. He's been encouraged to get into the race. So you know, I hope that, you know, with the governor's support, Spencer Cox that they don't pick another, a rhino type, basically another Romney to nominate. But I think Trent Staggs has a lot of momentum. All right. Well, we'll see what happens. Again, that's going to be coming up in 2024 is that Senate seat is in play. Like I mentioned, slick Rick is going to be here. He's here now. Howdy, sir. How are you? The popular guy, Rick Delgado, one of the show tonight. Good job, brother. I stole your Trump toy by the way. No problem. Anytime for the great David Zia. My apologies and a slick Rick will have sports. We'll do that next segment. But I was telling you, David, I have a theory on mittens. You want to hear it? Of course you do. It's like Rick is used to my theories. Here we go. Like I said, he saw the polling. He knows I ain't going to win, but there's also a second part here that nobody is talking about. And that is Mitt Romney's connection to wait for it. Burisma. What am I talking about? Well, Burisma is starting to unravel. We're seeing it with Hunter Biden. We're seeing it with these, with these bank records that are going to be subpoenaed by the house. Everything is starting to unravel. Romney was involved. Now, I know there was a story out there that Romney's son was involved. I haven't been able to find anything that actually puts Romney's son on the board or work. I know he was in business with Hunter up to a certain point, but I don't think it was involved in the Ukraine. That's when I came across this, this article from I'll give you the date February, uh, what is it? February 8th, 2020 Romney's links to Burisma. Yes. Um, let me just jump into the article as, uh, and this is coming from the American thinker, um, from David John. So Biskey, this, this will go down. Romney will go down in history as the only Senator to have in vote, who to have voted to impeach a member of his own party. Not many people remember this, remember this, but the question remains why he retained such, um, such animus against the man who forgave Romney for his 2016, um, warning as Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, and the others, uh, jumped in to the seditious bunch later that Donald Trump was an unhinged danger. Trump supported Romney's Utah Senate bid, um, for MIT. And of course he's the reason why MIT got elected. Now as CNN puts it here, Mitt Romney has been the lone Republican voicing, uh, and expressing concern that president Donald Trump's July phone call to Silinsky in which Trump asked the Ukraine president to investigate former vice president, Joe Biden and his family little notice was paid to the fact that Joseph coffer black, a former CIA operative served as Romney special advisor on his 2012 presidential campaign. Think about that. Romney hires a CIA guy for his, uh, for his campaign. Um, now I'll jump down a little bit here. Coffer black would would come to know Hunter Biden as well. Why? Because black would wind up serving on the board of Brisbane. You got it. The same time that Hunter who had no special knowledge of Ukraine or the energy business was being paid ungodly sums of money to carry influence with the Obama Biden administration. Uh, they asked the question, was black also hired because he was an advisor to a former governor and future Senator with good connections in Washington and the swamp. It makes you wonder there's no doubt that Brisbane was stockpiling people on its board who could provide it with cover from prying investigations. And they believe somebody like the son of a vice president and a special advisor to a GOP presidential candidate would be helpful. The nature of Hunter's job is known. His father, of course, would get the Ukrainian prosecutor fired, taking the heat off Arisma and his son. What was black's role they're asking here or why was he on the board to begin with other than providing potential access? And that part is unclear, but certainly he could tell us something about the Burisma Hunter connection. So there you have it. Well, Mitt Romney's tied into this through his, through his, uh, former advisor, this guy, Joseph coffer black, who just happens to be a former CIA guy. You know, he probably has a lot of, a lot of knowledge on the Ukraine or the energy business, you know, stuff like that. I don't know how to read it, you know, cause, uh, Ron Johnson, Senator Johnson to subpoena Burisma back in 2020. So I don't know how to read it, but, and remember, you know, Romney, uh, predicted Russian aggression and, uh, but you know, not that we should be drawn into a world war over it, but in 2012, he did predict that Russia was going to make a move. Um, so he's always been, you know, but in 2014, we're the ones that made the move. We toppled the government. That's a fact. So who knows, maybe, maybe mr. Black was involved in that. It was a CIA got asked the question. So there's my theory on, uh, on mr. Romney calling for the curtain saying goodbye. Cause I think he's about to get exposed as well. All right, we'll take a quick break and come back. We'll do sports with slick. Rick stay there live from studio six B real America's voice.
"david john" Discussed on WTOP
"The cause of the crash remains under investigation. This is the second military helicopter accident in Alaska this year. Wendy Gillette, CBS News. Former vice president Pence testified for hours before a Washington D.C. grand jury looking into January 6th and an alleged pressure campaign to overturn the 2020 election. Correspondent Robert Costa is on Capitol Hill. Sources tell CBS News that Penn's prepared for this for weeks, talking with his lawyers about the chronology of key players. What they did, the memos they sent him, all to make sure he was ready for the questions from the special counsel. Montana's Republican governor David John 40 may be under new pressure not to sign anti transgender rights bills. His son David, who identifies as non binary, tells the Montana free press, he's told his dad GOP backed bills are quote immoral and unjust in Nebraska and South Carolina several Republican lawmakers helped put the brakes on legislation limiting legal abortions. Officials in Mississippi say the second of four inmates who escape from a detention center near Jackson last weekend has been arrested. Matt Dougherty says they caught up with Jerry raines two states away. Authorities say reigns was about to be discharged from the hospital when they made the arrest in his room. He will face a judge first here in Houston, then be extradited back to Mississippi. Another prisoner suspected of killing a man and stealing his pickup truck died after he barricaded himself inside a home and set it on fire during a police standoff. 7th grader saves the day in suburban Detroit. Officials say Dylan Reeves sprang into action after the driver passed out. District superintendent Robert levon noise. This was an extraordinary act of courage and maturity on his part. He jumped up from his seat through his backpack down, ran to the front of the bus, grabbed the steering wheel and brought the bust to a stop in the middle of the road. Over and out for James Corden after 8 years on The Late Late Show
"david john" Discussed on ¿Dice Así? Podcast
"So let's look at the Middle East middle. All Supernatural. Kind of not animal success, no. It's also not really that. Super local Zambia. It was possible. Career later whenever I want this to see what it means for me pick up. Joe and Chris had from the end of the mutual customer signals, I came to see what is on him. Well, didn't he give it a much of the main compensation to conformity, confirm that the rest of the economy, the. Inclusivity through the releases of weather. We just saw communicate loud represent. Peru for a CLG, the case. I grant this possibility out of the case. The noise. It rested a statistical charity. He implemented when Alejandro was not in a very complex technique. As I didn't. Mean almost a proponent. Can we end this? Pinch of resistance. The Orlando de audio that was a person. There is more than. This has been Samos. Texas. David John. The show will put it in his respective one. In a video, that's when that case double ends. As you can imagine. Say. As you can see, low stacks. David. Or not there.
"david john" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"And the things I kept on hearing and the reports I kept in hearing were, you know, how bad his backhand was, but I wasn't hearing the good things. You know, human nature think what's wrong. So I can remember the moment like it was yesterday. We're in Bordeaux at the challenger in Bordeaux, and I just had this aha moment. And I said, Stevie, what if we go with the fact that your backhand slices amazing? I mean, look at Steffi Graf. Let's model after Steffi Graf, okay? She and Martina, I mean, let's look at the ones that are have been like world world class athletes with a slice backhand. And it was really simple like I wanted him to hit a really heavy nasty slice and the guys would lift and give the ball air and then here comes the forehand. Right. So here comes the forehand. And then we encouraged him because he has a really good one handed backhand. He really should have been a one hander. And the guys, I'll just approach to that side. Well, here comes the one hander pass them and now guys are like, what is going on? And so it was that moment with Stevie and Bordeaux, your backhand slices amazing. Let's say it's amazing because it is amazing. So kind of flip the script on how we thought about that mind space on that wing. And 21 in the world. He was the number one ranked American for a week. Has scores of massive wins. And, you know, he's an amazing competitor. You don't win 72 matches in a row at the end of your college career. And I mean, that's amazing. 72 in a row. I mean, I don't know if I could do anything 72 times in a row. So he had that gene, and then now it's just lean on that competitive fire and that competitive spirit. And with Sam, so I knew Sam for a long period of time because when I was coaching John, he pled doubles with Sam a lot. So it was David nankin was the only USTA on the road at that time. So it was Sam and David, John and myself, and we slept all over the world together. So I got to know Sam, well. So I had the luxury of hitting the ground running with Sam. And Sam is the funniest. I mean, he's like Larry David. I mean, every day, something crazy happens in his life that is like a TV screen. It's the funniest thing in the world. So in Sam is a very docile creature. He's very, he's very easygoing. He's very soft and well spoken. He's just a very gentle man. And I went on the lib one time. We're playing an Acapulco and he's playing, he's playing Kyle Edmund first round. And Sam was kind of getting in his own way, right? And I took a chance and I said, Sam, and I gave
"david john" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"It was painful and painful. Would you change if you could go back in time from what the benefit from where your life is? Now you go back in time. Would you change any of it? Yeah, so it's impossible to say it's kind of like a that's a slippery. Slope kind of game to follow. I think the thing that I would have done in in, in I had I was blessed enough to have Daymond John, come on my show. And one of the things he said to me, he said, part of growing, this is taking affordable steps. There were many times after himself, was he was hustling throughout the back of his car at Yankee Stadium. And there were times where he had to shut the business down, regather regroup and then reopen off. And there are times when I let things kind of continue and get myself options to say. Okay, let's pull back the Rings a little bit. Here. We grew a thousand percent from year. One to year. Two went from 48000 to half a million dollars or something. Like I say about eight months ramping. Right. Right. There was a time there where we should have said. Okay, let's slow down a little bit here. Revenue is not just growth like there are other levers to growth outside of just making more dead. The outside of making more sales, we could have taken time to regroup, regather devise, a plan going forward. I think we find ourselves. We when things go crazy. We kind of put the blinders up and we're kind of very narrow-minded tunnel vision and that would be the only thing that I would change is I would seek the resources. I needed build things around myself because when I got sick, the problem is that I hadn't done those things. I do have a coach and in have mentors, I didn't have a team that I'd established. I was the glue engine, the wheels and everything. And I should have been at a point in hindsight where it was like, I can take a step back because this thing can now run on its own. But I feel to make that transition as well as I could have. And if I could go back and do things over again, I could have positioned the business for success. But so often what we do is we view our business as an extension of ourselves. So we thought things were like, okay. Well I have to be involved had to be important. It's like no, no. Now I treat business like a commodity can be brought. It could be sold and whatever right and was treated as such and given myself. I said, I'm not going to build a prison cell around myself off. A build a vehicle that can go off and create opportunity for others, including myself, not having me so closely tied to the success or failure of the business. So, that's the only thing I really would have done differently. I know there's a lot of nuance to that wage again. Hindsight's twenty-twenty. I did the best that could be a tremendous success, and I don't regret any of it from that, right? Well, that's I mean sooner regret and so that's the thing is what happens is people tend to regret and not beat themselves up because they didn't take appropriate action. And so what I was, what I was getting at is the lessons that you learned along the way. I didn't have the obstacles that you had to get to where you are today,. You wouldn't be where you are today. No, I grew live in and people. Yeah, exactly. So it happens that people get into almost like a victim mentality of like, well, this happened and she can't be successful know about the people that are successful, especially that have done it, you know, David John's, I mean, example, incredibly successful. And I guarantee you he wouldn't have changed one bit of one millionth of a second choice. Of his pain that he experienced because of where he is today. Right? Right, you know, some people go to college some people just go out and take Mass events Branch, right? Yeah. It's easy to look back and say tags is what you would do differently. But the overall progress one line is, did you grow? Did you learn from it? You know, you better off right in the answer to all three of those as yes, yes, and yes, check plus absolute without a question and I am more in that time frame than any other segment or period of My Life by multitude not even close. So, in that sense, absolutely no, And the thing is, you can't go back and change the past. Because of the past hadn't happened. You wouldn't be wise enough and Savvy enough to know, to go back. And so a lot of people say I look, I wish they could change that. I know you don't because you are where you are, right? Like, I'm where I am because of where I am. I moved out when I was a teenager. Yeah, because of a bad environment, and I've been working working, and working and I've made decisions to go left. Yeah, and made decisions to go. Right? And I know where I'm good and where I'm bad at and what my Lane is and I know my Lane 100% off and I'm in my lab and I'm loving my life. Yeah, and it's just a rocket ship, right? You said something really important. You talked about people that they're basically become paralyzed because they're afraid to make a repeat those same mistakes and they kind of hold him and they formed template and I can't say that, that didn't happen to me for a period of time because it absolutely did. It's a different if it's a difficult balance. There's that word again, too. None have regrets and move forward with courage and before with tenacity, but also learn from the things that you've experienced and do. So in a way as a little methodical and strategic not emotional and paralyzing. Right? So, not beat yourself up. Right? Right. So it's like, okay, if I'm, if I'm playing baseball and I've struck out ten times in a row. Okay. I need to have the mint at the, the fortitude to keep swinging, but I always analyze what, what am I actually doing wrong with the chemically so that I can actually improve that. I can't just keep going up and Swinging you need. And so I would liken it to that was maybe a decent metaphor, but I recommend people do it all the time analyze, but I do it to a degree that you're literally keep holding yourself as a prisoner or Hostage to whatever it is that you've experienced. Yeah, you know, if you keep doing the same thing over and over again and expect a different result, right? And there you go do that. And then I really do all the time. You know, I know people that that continue to business after business after business that their business in the one thing and I'm like, you didn't get good legal counsel. That's why your business fails every time. Yeah, but I get, I just like, you know what? You've loss these business. Right? And then now one that I've coached at now, they had good, have legal counsel and they had a roadblock and guess what they survived and they're like, oh man, that's amazing. Right? Yeah, if you're doing the same thing over and over again, come on now. Yeah, it's kind of, it's kind of crazy. Exactly. So you you did that and then you got into startup. You so tell me how that. So you had the momentum cuz when you're deciding in your planning and you're acting and you're taking lots of inspection, whatever you're doing, you get momentum in your life, and that's what lights me up as the momentum. Right opportunity. Just Falls in your lap, right? People just appear at an age where and it's such a beautiful thing. And that's where you trust the process. I.
"david john" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Like how many people are just trying to be ironic you know lords. How many people are to be goofy. Like i love watching the tv show. Family feud especially lately because there's always like to people that their answer to the question is just like they looked at each other channel for something stupid and then made it into the pool. Because i think the key. The slogan for the show should be deserves. Got nothing to do with it. So yeah okay. So this is where things really take an interesting turn. Every which way but loose gets a mere ten percents of the vote the least dumbest by the people that were pulled. I don't know maybe they don't speak english. I don't know what was gonna lose. This is a classic. This is really crazy. And then any which way you can dot twenty eight percents. John was very right about it. Getting more really rare loose. You missed you. Missed the hanging fruit. That is people. I think people just don't understand i don't think people have seen it Because forty five percent of the people voted for pink cadillac. Ha storming ins lead with cs. Now got sixty six points to bend. David's fifty seven and joanna. Ray is always a pleasure to have on the show me. Just a quick glance at the numbers and joan can still could still win this thing with his current amount of points which is thirty three. We start with Paget on this one and we go to ben. David joke like you said there is a tiebreaker. But that's just seems astonishing. If there was a tie quite impressed yeah right. I asked twitter without any further explanation. Without even saying i'm doing a game. Like family on was movies. I just asked twitter which wick burns the hottest john wick john wick to or john wick chapter three para bellum john to chapter two as well. So it's plain. John john wig chapter two or john chapter three parallels pageant which one of those people respond to the most people responded to the longest title so the highest percentage will be john wick chapter three fight of the antebellum. You're right we will probably would have responded to that. That really have been a long time. But it's just it's parable hair abell fight for bella. Okay what's his name. Explains that what bergdahl means in speech and it's real and it's beautiful on the screen and like a huge thought when he says later in in what's his name mcshane saying. Yeah that sam. So good okay. So paget's going with part three and that leaves for band. David john wick to or john. Nick uno Pageants going to win this game. I'm not doing For love of money or no the color of money like saying here. That's gotta be three of my favorite because the most emotional but everyone always likes more action. So i'm just going to go with the i already lost. And it's my favorite so there you might turn to pick. I'm gonna honestly have to go to because of quite a sandwich than the filling. Okay just trying to stretch out the show. No no no no. This is going to be a perfect length. i'm just I'm tallying everything. Up and exciting conclusion if i if i were like a tv show. I will go to another break right now. That's how exciting come back after this. So we'll come back and we'll settle this thing and Sad we didn't get to do. The tiebreaker tiebreaker was. Who's the best actor. Simon or garfunkel. Offline they're both yeah. A ones drama garfunkel and. Simon is is a comedian. Oh yeah about what about the movie. one trick pony with. That was funny. I haven't so that was funny to you with your client here. They're the same right. Yeah i'll tell you where the i'll tell you how that worked out since you're not gonna play it or do you guys want to guess I'm guessing signed takes on that one i think. Oh yeah that'd be brutal ruutel ruutel. That's what it could come down to come down to. Because that's what happens on family feud on. Tv is that the fifth person in the family will be the ones that have to go sudden death. And that's when there's only one answer on the board first person to buzz in and guess the right one you know wins and it's it's always real obvious questions. He just just gotta move fast all right. So who said what garfunkel simon. You're going simon and garfunkel. I i would say i think they both qualify. But i guess i would have to go with garfunkel. What about joan did you say. I mean i think more people no pulse islands. Work acting work than garfunkel. But i i think our uncle is like a you're capable actor. It broke down to forty four percent and six percent. Well yeah and it went in favour and it started off at the other way and then at the end when in favor of car so there's some interesting people on the douglas movies twitter account. That are we're actually. That's on my regular douglas. Newton's accounts that's that's wild all right Let's get your conclusions. This game out. very exciting finish may gotta zone out of the way i john whipped chew unfortunately only got twenty three percent of the vote man. I really tried hard hats and middle middle movie. The middle movie in a trilogy. That's considered successful talking at trilogy where it falls apart the third one talking about the ones where all three are good. It's always like the middle on the lease love for some reason and Like a middle child in a family and so we've only got twenty three percent but then coming in at number one with fifty percent of haute is in fact john wick. One is true. John with three gets twenty seven percent of the vote bevy band david he has one again. Uh saps it that's a that's a technicality. Gone i on that. One i would have guessed john wick. Three like it's gonna stop. You can stop with the games bed. We games would be played a game with say that your stop tugging ben. The the glass of milk is full Yeah congratulations dude. Very exciting Douglas movies is headed out on the road for the next several episodes so we will get a band david back as soon as possible..
"david john" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
"Examine dot org and click on events. You'll see cia there. That's where we teach you how to present the evidence for christianity and how to answer questions in a hostile environment. I'll be your instructor. Along with gregg cocoa gail j wallace natasha crane lisa childress brett cocoa. Several others will be instructors with you there for three full days august twelfth to the fourteenth out at calvary chapel chino hills. One of my favorite churches in america led by the great jack. Hibs so i hope to see you out there if you can squeeze into cia. You'll need to squeeze in the next ten days because the deadline is twenty. Fifth is a june fifteenth and we can only take sixty people so check it out there. Okay we're talking today. About how dr richard. Welcome in his book. Jesus in the eye witnesses demonstrates that the new testament writers must have been eyewitnesses and this is just one line of evidence out of many and it has to do with names. Let's do a little fun. Investigation into names Let's go back to the nineteen sixties. I was born in nineteen sixty one and one of the things that our government does very well. It keeps track of names. And if you go if you if you type in duck duck go your search engine there and you type in names. Top names by decade. You'll you can search the top names that were given to children in every decade according to the social security administration. What do you think the top names were given to boys in the decade of the nineteen sixties from one thousand nine hundred sixty two nine hundred sixty nine. Then we're going to look at the last decade from twenty ten to twenty thousand nine hundred okay. Here are the top ten names given by decade or given of two boys in the united states between one thousand nine hundred sixty and nineteen sixty nine number one michael while just going to go through the top ten. Michael david john. James robert mark william richard thomas. And jeffery those are the those were the top ten names given between one thousand nine hundred sixty one thousand nine hundred sixty nine now. Frank was number forty three. Nobody names their kid. Frank not even in the sixties maybe earlier than that but to family name. That's why my name's frank. Okay what do you think. The top ten male names were in the decade of twenty ten to twenty nineteen. You're ready here. They are noah. Liam jacob william mason ethan michael alexander james and elijah. Now how do those hula compare. Three names Three male names in the decade of the nineteen sixties made it to the decade of the twenty tens. Although they're in different order. Michael james and william are in both lists everything else is different. The other seven names are all different between the nineteen sixties and the twenty tens in fact noah liam and jacob were the top three names in the two thousand. Ten's they were not even in the top two hundred names in one thousand nine hundred and one thousand nine hundred sixties. That's how much different the names were just in about sixty years fifty or sixty years. Okay now how about the women. What were the top names for women in the decade of the nineteen sixties here. They are top ten lisa. Marie's susan karen kimberly patricia. linda donna. Michelle and cynthia okay. Here are the top ten names for the last decade. Two thousand ten to two thousand nineteen for women. You ready here. They are emma. Olivia sophia is a bella. Eva mia abigail. Emily charlotte and madison. Did you notice. There is no crossover at all. The names are completely different in the top. Ten between the decade of the nineteen sixties and the decade of the twenty tens the top. Three women names in the nineteen sixties lisa. Mary and susan hardly appear in the top. Two hundred and the twani tens in fact. Lisa and susan don't appear in the top two in the top two hundred and mary which was the second most popular name in the nineteen sixties in the twenty tens. Maria's at one hundred and twenty seven right after kinsley trinity and brielle after trinity. Kinsley and brielle. Do you see how much different the names are in. just fifty or sixty years. They changed dramatically. You say what is this all proof. Frank well what. Richard baucom does in his book. Jesus in the eye witnesses is. He does the same sort of thing except he does it. In first century israel or first century area known as palestine. And here's what he says in his book. What he does is he looks at a lexicon pulled together by a researcher in israel her name is tall eilon and in in two thousand and two. She looked at manuscripts papyrus. She looked at ossuaries which were burial boxes. She looked at inscriptions. She tried to gather as many names as she could from three thirty. Bc to about two hundred day although most of the names that she got were from the first century ad up to about the second early second century to up to about say one thirty five and what may be surprising is that we now know because of her research we now know as many as three thousand palestinian jews who lived during those five centuries from three thirty to about two hundred day. Here are the top names in the first in that period but most of these are from the first century majority or plurality them from the first century the top ten man names and the top ten women names according to this research. Now you're going to recognize many of these names because you hear about these names in the bible and that's the point. Okay here are the top ten man names from that period. Simon joseph lazarus judas. John jesus and a nias jonathan matthew matthias and manan. Those are the top ten man. Names top ten women names. Mary salone shalem. My'son hadn't heard that before. Martha joanna safira bernice emma maira and cyprus. Those are the top ten names now. Here's the interesting thing. This ranking of names is very close to the ranking in the new testament now back in two thousand twelve. I wrote a column on this on our blog. The cross examined blob. You can still see it from may twenty four two thousand twelve. It's evergreen okay. Because there's no there's no current event in here you go back and read it and it's still fresh and the title of it is. What's the name new evidence for the eyewitness testimony in the new testament. Let me just up some of the things that baucom found which you can read about in this blog i wrote back in may twenty four twenty twelve because he those top ten names at all. Those names found in. Ill leon's lexicon of over. Three thousand names here is what baucus concluded. Forty one percent of the men in first century. Palestine bore one of the nine most popular male names while percent of the men in the gospels and acts bore one of those names and he says that's a remarkable correlation. Isn't that amazing. They line up almost.
"david john" Discussed on Horror Vein
"He's because he was experimenting on dogs of people he's putting people's brains into dogs and various with a fuck no dude but you layer all that in with bitterness and vengeance. Yeah and you know. I mean it's just. He's got sickly with the movies about the movies about vengeance and he you know he's locked in. You know all this time and it just i. I liked the film because it's just a matter of convenience. He's like oh i to get back into people now. All of a sudden there's lightning bolt comes through. It opens up. Everything escapes walls crumble. And i love that. I i i just bought it all. Just that's what i. That's what i love about in a lot of people were like. Oh that's stupid. That's not believable. But that's what i like. It's charm universal studios monsters. I it's like. I don't know man i can go with it. It's you're looking at boris. Karloff i mean you don't have horror icons anymore you don't you don't have vincent price. You don't have chris fertile coming think chris released around. I don't know Chris really and you know they're they're none are around. You know but now poorest karloff me and he's just got that that voice you know that really distinctive voice really adds. Yeah yeah yeah. Put all those old actors. They have that charisma. They have that screen presence. I it's really something else with boris. Karloff a crappy. Seen into something really interesting to watch. And i mean even the simplest scenes he all he has to do is like turn his facial expression. One way i am. You know like when he's talking to he's talking to the guy the guy that has the traveling horrors. Oh yeah and flint. Piece like yeah. Yeah lamborghini yeah love that and You know you're going to syria right. He's like no. I can't go to s era. And he's gay he taps What's his name in Eagles game you know. Yeah no. I love that. And then he's like just off hand and now the driver in on. It's like dan he's he. Yeah but that's what. I really like about this movie. I liked the first. And and what did you think of. David connect- david john. I was just mentioned john. It's john kerry. Dean plays dracula david carradine's father and i think he's wonderful as all my god. That's here with his eyes. He wa he yeah he's he really has that down and i i liked it because he's kind of a dare. I say a sexy vampire. He's just he's got the look he's got. The perfect hair blonde was any. Can you know the interest of. I don't remember her name. But yeah i just like that whole opening concert. You know the the they come in with the traveling house of horrors. Yeah and he's got the actual bones of count dracula uh-huh i mean right there. I was like i'm hooked. Love this movie. Yeah this is awesome. Yeah because it's like and he's gone. Yeah actually went there. And i picked and i got boris karloff. You don't have fucking. I know you're like then there and yeah. Yeah so he opened up. And and then i guess he yeah he buys it eventually because when he puts on the show he lives up the coffin. There's bonus takes in it and he pulls out. And then of course dracula comes to life and he's like can put the stake back in you if you don't do what is right. I mean he's gonna who's got everyone under his contrived me like. Who does that other than the i mean you know here you are. You're gonna fuck with dracula powerful. I'll put the stake in. I'm too if you do what i say. I'm believable. pow protect your coffin. I'll make sure that no one you know disrupt shoe daylight so i like that. So that's the first half of the movies kind of dracula movie. Yeah the had never seen before. And so. And then he got the The couple i. This is what i really like about old horror films. Is they have this kind of intro. Shot of the characters like the main characters so the girl comes down the stairs. And there's this one shot were looks like it's a headshot it's got the soft lighting and she's almost posing yeah and then she starts saying her lines and she goes off camera and you can see the the husband waiting for turn to come in and they do the soft landing he doesn't pose and he's like hey i'm here i yeah yeah it's just and then he got the The the constable and the burger meister. What a new online. Yeah the is no. I don't believe in that stuff. I'm going to stay here. Yeah no you're coming with us. You're going to go and in the in the funniest thing is that she's trying to get like. Oh i love all this horror stuff. And then when she gets there she scared out of her mind. That was kind of. I don't know what that's about. But yeah i mean. Because he's the he's describing dracula you know he's a he'll suck your blood muslims seasonally. Right now let me ask you something. Rob could you have seen bella. Play the dracula part. You know i. I don't know john kerry and so good at it and you know i think bellawood kinda give it more of a dramatic. Yes feel were carrying is. He's very charismatic. As the best way to put it. Yeah he's got this charisma bottom where you believe him when he goes. You know i'm a baron. You buy it i buy it. I with with belly candidacy. What he's saying because he's got the accent and whatever. But here's here's karen is like you know i'm a baron. Here's my carriage and let's go back and have a glass of wine have one. Yeah and i just like he takes. He takes his opera. He waits and he takes us opportunity to move on the girl i know. I'm like dude. If he didn't move in on her you would have been fine you when he got hit the sun die and all this show but does he really die though his lungs its bones or there is going to come back right. I don't know i don't know normally vampires. Don't they just disintegrate in the sunlight. I think they do but this is a funny thing too. Because he's got. He's got a glove on them. And then i'll disappears just bony hand. I know but that's.
"david john" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Personality is my co host today opened phones a triple 88 to 5. 5 to 25. John and I were talking at the break John riff on that a little bit. There. There is a personal finance we've set around here for many years. I figured it out a long time ago. I'm a financing. Heard I've got all the degrees and all the letters and licenses to crap after my name that says, I'm supposed to know something about money, and I couldn't get people to do it. Mm. If you just do the math. The math works, right. If you do the stuff that causes the math to move, the math moves 100% of the time, But the problem is not the math problem is not the formula. The problem is not the process. The problem is, you're injecting a human being into that process. And so we've often said personal finances 80% behavior. It's 20% head knowledge. And with your arrival at Ramsey, we've even started to realize I kind of had it in the back of my head. But it's been brought to the forefront in my mind even more. This whole concept. I mean, with Ken Coleman's success and the career space, helping people with their careers and how that's tied to money. And you're helping them with their mental health and relationships and how that's tied to money and our money's tied to Milton Health and how money's tied to having a career and the things they're all interactive. There's this spin up. Of all of the different things we talk about here, it Ramsey even leadership from entree leadership roles into that discussion as well, but but it's more than just personal finances 80% behavior. Because then you have to say behaviors. Uh, Affected by Good and bad by relationships. Yeah. Historical ones present day one's a lack of them a desire from or deeper, Yeah, it's all wound up in their disingenuous relationships, broken relationships, toxic relationships, wounded relationships, healthy relationships. And it's like, um, we were talking the other day. Uh, an entree leadership. The Ah, All those studies and all the interviews we've done on family businesses, and what we found is That the family business is as dysfunctional as the family 100% of the time if the family is pretty functional and does conflict well and has good boundaries. Then they can do business together. But families that are just crazier than hell trying to run a business together. They just create a dad gum chaotic mess, because it's a chaotic mess already, and they just plug business into it. And money's kind of the same way when your when your life is chaos. And there's addiction and boundary problems. And your mother goes and buys a house mother and dad going by house for you to move into, and they have are strong people of faith, strong Christians, and they don't believe in sleeping around people. You're not married to and you go move your boyfriend in and you think that that's just okay? And you don't think this has any effect on money as if money is somehow separate. A separate subject from your freaking life. They've got it too. They owe it to me. Well are just the whole thing Is this idea that I can? I can Keep the money thing over here, and I can control it in a separate pocket, and I could go over here to the right and be dysfunction dysfunctional and anyway, and it not affect the money, I'll Dave. I'll never forget driving home and I think it was It was a radio station and It was this breaking news These researchers have found they had gone back to that. I think it was the was that the holly Madison, whatever that website was for adult cheaters. Yeah, right. And so they had Scandal out for all the fake stuff, and then they had gotten the ones that had credit cards. He's a real accounts, and then they had gone looking for businesses where these folks were attached to him. And the shocking revelation of this sociological finding was that they were more ethical complaints in these businesses. Where these leaders were cheaters, cheaters on their spouses, and the question was or the revelation was. We have separated this in the business world. We don't care about anything but results just show up and give us results and we will shield what's going on outside of this building. And they were saying, We don't know if we could do that anymore because there's a correlation if you're not a good person over here. Chances are you're not gonna get person in here that all of us was common sense. Go. Does I remember sitting in my car going Yeah. And you paid a lot of money for the study. E could see that. Yeah. But but it was Man, that stuff where you are relationships helping people and money. David John, How can I, Uh how can I build wealth when my husband I aren't on the same boy aren't on the same page and he's being you're responsible of money, and I'm being responsible Can't It says. If you can keep the question in intimates that you can keep these things separate. And there's a holistic part of this, that your values and how functional you're what you are in your life. Your ability to do conflict your abilities set boundaries. You're about ability to hit head into healthy relationships, not needs based relationships, not I'm so lonely, I could cry. So I'm gonna go ahead and marry an abuser and then think the money is gonna work out. It's it's It's all tied together so hard Dave to look in the mirror and be take on a stock of ourselves, and if we can't do that, which is hard, it's hard to invite people in and say, I need some honest reflection here. And that's what makes a great group of friends. That's what makes a great pastor at their process. What makes somebody good? Who will sit there and hold a mirror up to you and say this is what I'm saying? And you can say I'm not okay, man. I don't know how to handle money. I'm not good in relationships. This whole thing is just a spiral. But you can't lock one in the closet..
"david john" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"To get themselves arrested. That's it now. Listen listen to dana bash on cnn about this georgia based corporations like coca cola and delta are facing intense criticism for not doing more to publicly oppose this law organizations like the pga the mlb under pressure to move high profile events like the masters and the all star game of. Your state of georgia does corporate. America needs to be more forceful in denouncing. This law should boycott span the table. I think we all have to use voices. And i have to tell you the past evans or church. I've seen these corporations falling over themselves. Every year around the time of the king holiday celebrating dr king. And yes. I think that the way to celebrate the king is to stand up for what he represented voting rights and so we will see how all of that plays out. But i'm focused on what we can do in the united states senate. We have a responsibility to make sure that we secure the franchise and we when we do that. We protect the democracy. And i think also We set the climate for business. We want to see people prosper particularly who have been suffering for months onto this pandemic. We need to pass. Legislation protect The right of the people to be heard in their own democracy And to make sure that that georgia is open open for business and open voting. So no boycotts. Listen i'm not focused on that. I notice he's not saying boycotts. Notice notice notice. He's not saying that notice. He's not saying boycott. he's not going out there and saying. Hey don't boycott my state There's a there's a report out this is from golfweek. The national black justice coalition is calling on the pga tour and masters tournament to pull the coming event from augusta national golf club in reaction to the recent passing of georgia's voter bill the national black justice coalition also urging professional golfers to boycott plane and georgia. Until the bill is repealed georgia's new law restricts voting access is designed to turn back the clock on civil rights and return black and poor and already disenfranchise voters in georgia to second class. Citizens says david john the executive director of the group this is unacceptable attack on our democracy and companies that operated georgia must speak out against this restrictive law again. Text the word data to three three seven seven seven. You'll bypass the paywall and see the actual piece of legislation. It allows food trucks at.
"david john" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"David John. Welcome to intelligence matters. It is great to have you on the show. Thanks. Thanks for having us. Thank you, Mike. So you are both associate ID with think Tank here in Washington called the Foundation for Defense. Of democracies and the foundation. With you two as co editors just published compile a shin of a set of essays. Called from Trump to Biden the way forward for us national security and that's what I want to talk to you about today that paper But before I do that before we do that, I'd like to do two things. I'd like to have my listeners. Get to know both of you a bit more and also get to know the foundation a bit more. So the first question for both of you is Can you give us Just some brief background on your careers up to this point How you got interested in national security what you've done? It's a trick Tetra this David and yes. So I guess it really began. I did. Graduate school in international relations came back. I was overseas came back to the U. S wanted to figure out what comes next. And I started working for a place called the Institute for Defense Analyses. It Z sort of low profile in a way it's it's effectively a Pentagon think tank. Was there for several years. I had a great opportunity to work on John McCain's presidential campaign. He is definitely sorely missed. I've been in a couple other think tanks and then in 2017. I landed at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies as director of research. As you know, our name suggests we're for defending democracies. And that is something we've been doing for just about 20 years and you know it mainly conceived in terms of threats from abroad, first from Sunni extremists, also from Shiite extremists, especially in Iran. Um, but a bit depressing Lee In recent days, we've seen that one of the you know the greatest threat star. Democracy was entirely domestic. And you know, we had a mob stormed the capital incited by the former president. So you know, our focus is going to remain on national security, but really a reality check. And David, you worked at the Pentagon for awhile. Correct? Yeah. I spent two years in what's called Cost Assessment of program evaluation. I actually focused a lot on Afghanistan and simulations, People trying toe sort of understand insurgency counter insurgency in irregular warfare. Better, John. Thank you, Mike. I've had one of, I guess kind of a conventional Washington career. For somebody who is not a career government person. But I've been in and out of government and in and out of think tanks. I came to Washington, first from graduate school to work at a think tank called the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, which is another Prominent organization in this town, thinking about foreign policy issues, and from there went to my first government job working in the Bush 41 administration. For a couple of guys that some of your listeners may no one was named Dennis Ross and the other is Bill Burns, who was just recently nominated to be President. Biden's director for the CIA work for them on the policy planning staff at the State Department. From their spent a couple of years crossed over to the Clinton administration and worked directly on the staff of President Clinton's for secretary of State Warren Christopher. And then spent some years I I do have a degree is a lawyer spent some time outside and doing legal work and then went in for an eight years. Stent on the Staff of Vice President Dick Cheney in the Bush 43 administration, where I eventually ended up spending President Bush's second term as the vice president's national security advisor and eventually but then made my way to the foundation for Defense of Democracies to F. D. D. Where I am now the senior counselor and very involved in their national security programs that really do now cover the waterfront it not just in the Middle East, but ah, very robust program and China and Asia as a zwelling, Russia and Europe. Okay, guys, the paper that Both of you helped put together What's the overall theme, which I think is actually very important. Well, I think it's that there's Ah, we're trying to take a systematic issue by issue. Look at the administration that just concluded and men do. We have a lot of reservations about things that went on from lavish praise of dictators insulting longstanding Democratic allies. But in a way it's it's equally important to emphasize. Perhaps what some will not is naturally see which are a number of achievements worth preserving. And the three we really focus on our, you know the finally the reorientation of the US to take the threat from Beijing seriously from the Chinese Communist Party. You know where their territorial aggression or you know incredible offenses against human rights. The second is the breakthrough in Arab Israeli normalization Theo Abraham accords. And finally, and this will be the toughest one because it's in some ways the most partisan issue the additional leverage Do you had us now has Visa VI Iran that we shouldn't rush back to a deal without fixing the flaws of the previous one? John. You wanna add? No, I would just underscore that. I think that basic theme that while there's a lot to take issue with regarding what's happened the last four years and with the overall trump Doctrine of America First lots of falls lots of miscues, a lot of it connected to the personality and personal traits of the president. Himself that I think often worked at cross purposes to the rest of the men Administration and all of a culminating in this awful event on January 6th at the Capitol. But having said all that you know what we've tried to do here is stand back and take it as objective. A look. It As possible not only at the bad of the Trump Administration but at perhaps some of the important achievements, insights and innovations that made in our national security policy that the Biden administration ought to pick up on. Despite The fact that it's it's going to have a natural tendency that's kind of par for the course for an incoming administration of a different party. Really tol want to reject out of hand or turn its back on? Just about everything that its predecessor did s o. I think that's that's kind of the central message coming out of this. Let's not throw out the babies that exist in the bath water of the Trump National Security legacy. I just want to pick up John on on what you said. I'm you and I were talking earlier and I pointed out that I saw Up close and personal that transition from Clinton to Bush than Bush to Obama. And then I saw from some distance because I wasn't in government anymore. The transition from Obama to trump and in each of those cases there was There was a tendency torto to reject what came before, and I do think is John. You pointed out that tendencies and natural one and I am concerned that given Given who President Trump was politically that that tendency, maybe even stronger this time around. I just want to get both of your reactions to that. Sure, I mean, I think the impulse is understandable, right? That wouldn't New administration's usually come in with a sense of conviction and mandate, especially if they're replacing. You know, an administration from the opposing party. They feel like they have a lot to change. And, you know, even in that case a while back when we had George H. W. Bush replaced the Republican administration of Ronald Reagan. It was a lot of sense of. I need to clean house desire to make a mark. But despite all that, you know, I was looking over the comments that especially Tony Blinken made at his the designee for secretary of state at his confirmation hearing. And on some of these areas you're seeing, you know much less of that instinctive rejection and especially uncouple the key areas we flag really. There's been a sea change on China. I think in terms of the Washington conventional wisdom, you could see it in what Biden himself has said. What some of his top advisers have said, and you basically saw a fair amount of agreement with Blinken repeatedly affirming questions from senators. Whether the new administration would take the threat seriously as the previous one did. And even on the Abraham accords, he pledged he would want to move forward. Iran is a little different and more complicated, More likely to be debate. But, you know, I guess what I've seen so far makes me a little bit optimistic. 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"david john" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"David john tully voices batman and bruce wayne in batman so the dragon i recently spoke to the former grim star about voicing the dark knight doing good being on many roundtables. And even some phone calls with you grim. So it's right now he know. Yeah yeah great. that you're in this man I loved your take on batman. I really did. I thought it was cool. Thank you so much by batman to me kind of has a little bit of an edge on this very subtle but it's there Was that something that you were directed to or that kind of leap out a little bit at you on when you read the script. Oh i mean. I did everything. Directors won't be do. I think that Batman has an inch In my view anyway. I think he is the guy who is extremely unsettled for and Damage and angry. There's obvious then. Get any witnesses cell. He got charming roost. Wait to be extremely charming. Talk secret and and we all know it is and Now should certainly be on the page again. We're doing what's your really your warming without any actors you under stress. But you're not doing this when you're not next month so i relied on west recent and sam lou to kind of drag me and you're right on on And you're bruce wayne was cool too because he looked a little unfinished and in particular with richard dragon. It was kind of like he's. He's trying to balance between batman. Bruce wayne and he hasn't hasn't gotten it down yet me when i was on. He's not quite getting my Sort of nascent. Oh no snare. Batman we now It was really fun. Visit bruce. i'm life. I mean really young man with now talk. Yeah we get to see him before this on. Stop thing he asks. These hours are universally fears. And you see him getting the It was really really on the plane. I knew i love the diversity of the cash and you really bring back these seventies heroes and and and set it in that time period What was really cool. It was the seventies vibe of the peace and everything seventy more. Did you get a sense of that when you were recording to kind of stay in that zone question. You know who's written you know nara. I'm from a movie But you don't know natalie amount which years plans that until you get into sound and to creative directors now s guy me a lot of lines very if you wanna do themselves and sometimes it is. Sometimes we didn't name. Were very very smart and adamy humor. You're in there and seen the movie now finally They were soon right. You know they haven't you wanna madman. Dr bruce very dr versus now Humor from the other martin's yes you know. It's that's one thing that was pointed out to me was the fact that after the sixty six batman when this batman came out this was where he starts to really make that turn towards was a little bit and kind of leave the not the funny things aside and if your performance you know bear that out so that was cold really see. I never even thought together. I'm name do you. Have you see my entire houses. Even africa's new lane on new town that's right and so now we are nearly nine hundred and it is so hot. Learn everything now. A lot of people have play batman and have voiced him. When you went into you know record you kind of have to push them aside and say this is mine and go into it and not let him get into your head. A little bit honestly. You're telling me now. I didn't know anybody tell you know i had. No you know. I m batman i. I kind of knew where this is. Just how dark agenda. So i had that in my head i know. True options are kind of I didn't want her mind brian. I really was given some License with directors and Allowed to do what i did and then see my working rim. Yeah and they kind of might not that you're doing to dark inside nuclear conflict with yet and row slain have similar passed a real not more own and you have to kind of the reluctance chiro who who's in the room He sure did both of them have definitely it was really cool to To see and what was interesting was his relationship would would richard dragon and how he figured out who he was and how he could tell that he wasn't there yet as to balancing it off a little bit but kind of book you gotta you gotta be that guy we need that guy right now so Talking about that relationship. I thought i should good moments between the two of them in the great. I mean you pretty you pretty much now and there was some you know what i mean. Yeah you was sort of your student will cool relationship. It's time to pick them up really which call list to see. All the grim alumni doing colt things russell had a show of one million little things for you and now batman and of course elizabeth lane. You're both playing into dc universe which is cool It really shows the level of talent that was on that show. Yeah we were very fortunate. All of us were Yearly.
"david john" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"I don't want to see. I don't really know. I do know. I don't agree. I was going to say, I don't really know why Philip Rivers is so polarizing to some of you. What's not to like about this guy? Never curses. Great player. Great teammate. Great guy. Great leader. Great Father. Great husband. I mean, I'm having a hard time finding anything negative about this guy. Oh, he didn't win a Super Bowl. Not for a lack of effort, not for a lack of grind, not for a lack of talent. I mean, she's not in the cards for everybody. Well, why's his do polarizing to anybody at all? That's why spends much time hyping him up at the very top yet not everybody sees it that way. Your gym. Sad to hear about Phil Rivers retiring. He found success in the NFL despite being big, slow, boxy and outdated. Regards U. P s trucks Through in West Ally. It's you. I'm not gonna ask you why you haven't issue with ups because I know you don't just being a troll man. You're just trolling hard when I might believe your huge FedEx guy. I don't know. I'm not picking between the two. I don't need to. I respect both sides. They both have a job to do. They're getting it done. The one thing I would say about ups being quote, boxy and slow. I don't know, man. Whenever I see one of those people Whenever I see one of those drivers, male or female, they're busting ass man and working hard. They're working and driving like if they don't get that package to you on time, it's coming out of their pocket. You're taking it personally. So in terms of being boxy and slowing outdated, I don't know, Man. What you talking about the whip itself that sled. Or you just being a troll. From her back in the day. Remember the Holy War between ups guy and FedEx guy on the show, and they went in on each other. Said. With all due respect, I'm sure these were different cos I'm sure there's a different cultural within. It seems to me the job is pretty similar. I respect both. You will not picking aside here. If you're asking me to pick between Coke and Pepsi, I could definitely do that. Coke. Diet Coke. But if you ask me to pick between ups and FedEx, you know it's tougher to do. Because from where I'm sitting Both sides are busting their eyes. Rome. Congrats to fill up on his retirement, Signed Allen Iverson, Philip It was a great blast by AI. Philip One of the reasons why I was such a cultural icon. Not in just the way carried himself, not in just the way he played the game of his size, but in that absolutely epic Philip Philip blast What you know about basketball. Philip Philip. All right. So I'm looking at this email and found decide whether I have to read this email. I'm gonna give it a shot. Understand this takes us back. This is O g. This is a long form email. This might be the only email. I've had to scroll through one page to get to It's not going to feel was long as it is. It's not going to read as long as it is, but it does require me scrolling through multiple pages. Give it a shot. Your gym. I can't wait to hear Little Alvin's retirement speech when he is no longer part of the XR 40 I I would like to thank Mill and my kids know Oliver, William Elijah James Benjamin Lucas Mason, Ethan Alexander, Henry Jacob, Michael, Daniel Logan Jackson, Sebastian Jack, Aiden Oh in Samuel, Matthew, Joseph Levi, Matteo, David John Wyatt Carter, Julian Lake Grayson, Isaac Jane, Theodore Gabriel. Anthony doing Leo Lincoln Jackson Asher Christopher Josiah. Andrew Thomas, Joshua, Azra Hudson, Charles Caleb, Isaiah Ryan, Nathan Adrian Christian Maverick. Colton Elias Aaron Eli Land in Jonathan. No 100, Cameron Connor Santiago, Jeremiah Ezekiel. Angel Roman Eastern Miles. Robert Jamison, Nicholas Greyson Cooper in Carson Axel. Page. Philip Jackson. Don't Wade you double up on Jackson. How many Jackson's can you have? Dominic, Leonardo, Luca Austin Jordan, Adama Xavier, Jose Jace Everitt, Declan Evan Cane Parker, Wesley Chi, Brayden, Bryson Weston, Jason Emmett Sawyer, Silas Bennett Brooks, Micah Damon, Harrison Whelan, Aiden Vincent Rider, Langston, Rolling George and Louise. Signed Jake in New York City. Wow. What's more amazing In fact, it little Alvin has 119 kids or that all of them are boys. What are the chances? You see, I just keep trying. Mail. We really need a daughter. Alvin. We have 118 kids. 100 nineteen's the charm, honey. Let's get it. Romy. I am never going back to the office regards that guy that claims he's having issues logging into his laptop, but he's actually still laying in bed. Side G off in Lincoln. Remote guys getting over his knee. Remote guy is getting over remote guys.
"david john" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Or a receiving story that will inspire others to generosity. That's what this show is about. Today. Open phones a triple 882552 to 5. Faith is in Cincinnati. Fights. Tell us you're giving story. Hi, David. John. How are you? Great. I'm I'm in college. And last year, someone anonymously donated $25,000 so I could graduate debt free. Wow, a lot of money. Yeah. You have no idea who did this. No idea. No, it was handled. Theo. My pastor and the church wrote the check, So I want to find out Wow, that's cool. What do you studying? Linguistics on Guy have an internship with a Bible translation nonprofit. So I'm studying that side of language learning in translation. So someone felt like that they were investing. Not only into you butt into the ministry that you're gonna be doing right Yeah, which was very affirming because I was kind of thinking. Maybe it might be just my plan and not God's, but I think God and somebody else believes in what I'm trying to do so Wow, that you're affirming is a good word that's like the ultimate high five a $25,000 high five. Mm hmm. Yeah. Yeah, And I don't know who it was because I wasn't necessarily, um, checking in with my church family. I moved about an hour away from my hometown, so I don't know how they found out about where I was or how long I've been in college. Trying to pay it off cash flow is I went, so, um So, um, I'll graduate December of 2021. I had a question because I'll have about 13,000 left after graduation, and I want To give it to someone else. But is it wise for me to put aside an emergency fund or just give it all away? I think you should ask God what he thinks you ought to do, and I think you'll have a good indication based on two things. One is the circumstances will present themselves towards wise. Do what you're thinking. And two. You'll have a sense of peace about it. Okay. If you don't have a sense of peace if you have a troubled spirit about it, and or the circumstances or sideways, have both those things don't line up. Then you're probably supposed to hold on to it. Okay, So the only way you would release this and I love your spirit that you're willing to pass it on and continue to pay it forward, And it might be that that spirit Is activated a decade from now. And there wouldn't be there wouldn't be anything in no m noble about that. Um, there was no expectation of by this giver that you pass it on. If there was any left, there was no stipulation. You just are. Unbelievably blessed and want to continue that pattern. And I appreciate that, Um, I think the intent of the giver and really, for that matter, I'll even speak for God momentarily. It was probably to make sure you get set up and get on them to get on this mission. And I think that's the first priority above the pay it forward idea. That's my opinion, and it's worth what you paid for. By the way. Uh, thank you very much, So, you know, but here, the thing I always look for is if I do not have peace about something, or if the circumstances are screaming at me otherwise Then I Or especially if both of them aren't there. If I don't have peace, and the circumstances were screaming, then I'm going You know, I e. Don't think that's what this is for. You know that God must rely on these things up And so But for instance, if you were to leave and leave college and you were the book into a ah linguistics thing with the amount of money paving paid to you that you could Support yourself and you have housing lined up and you have your transition lined up and you got furniture and your utilities or set up and you don't need any money. And you have this this unbelievable piece, then maybe now is the time to pay it forward. But maybe this money is to be used for those kinds of things. And then later on, you'll have the opportunity to look back and go. I remember back when I was in college, and I'm gonna write that check. I just I love that. And I think your wisdom is wise. I think when somebody gives something to us that we don't expect we instantly feel this burden that we've got it now it's our job to go do something right away. And there's something about put yourself in a position so that you can secretly Make sure that somebody else could give somebody else a $25,000. And that takes years to be able to earn that kind of money to be able to give freely that way. What a gift. Yeah, very powerful, Well done. Very well done. Melanie is.
"david john" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is my co host today. Here on the air way have been teaching you for approaching 30 years. To live like no one else. So that later, you can live and Give Like no one else. There's only three things you can do with money. You can spend it on yourself and enjoy it. And you should you can invest it. And you should And you could be outrageously generous. And when you do that, you'll find it is the highest and best use of money. It is the use of money that will give you the most joy. On the eve of Christmas Eve. It is a Dave Ramsey show tradition. To take calls from those of you who have enjoyed Generosity. Have a great generosity story. God was so generous that he sent his only son. To pay our debts are sin. And that's what we're celebrating here. It's called Christmas. Mary. Christmas. So we want to hear your generosity. Stories call us right now. A triple 882552 to 5. If you've been on the receiving end of generosity or on the giving end of Generosity and it's a great story and will inspire the rest of us. To be more generous. That's what we want to hear. For the next several hours open phones again Triple 88255225 and from a mental health perspective when people give it takes her eyes off themselves in a whole lot of neurosis is really comes down to being selfish. They evaporate. When you've when you find it within yourself to do something for other people, you get outside of your own head and your own heart. You will find that the things that l you just simply proof like a vapor, and there's something magical and life giving about being and living for other people. Very difficult to be depressed when you're a registered in this impossible when you're already activates a whole different counter set of chemicals in the body in the spirit. On in the emotions. It really does looking for ways that you can support and help other people which gives you purpose case you hadn't noticed 2020 pretty much sucked. That's the rumor. So what we're gonna do is we're gonna give our way out of it. So that we all have a little bit of a better attitude. Yeah, I like that plan. Where we go. We're gonna give. So this is the annual giving show our last live show of Season because we don't work between Christmas and New Year's. I'm going out with my family to a warm place somewhere. And we'll be back in the first week of January, doing the show again. So in the meantime, you'll have this to remember. These giving stories the phone number triple 882552 to 5. Briana is in Austin, Texas, to start us off. Tell us about giving Briana hide Even Dr D. I love you guys so much. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas to you. We love you. Thanks. I'm still less to be talking with you all and assure my given story. So my husband, Ralph and I are actually on the receiving end of the biggest blessing of our lives. And it's funny, Dave in October, when we received the blessing, I actually called in and spoke with you to get some guidance. So you might remember me. So a little background. Ross and I've been married three years and his two older sons being a mom has been a dream of flying. I've wanted to be pregnant and experience motherhood my entire life. After we got married. We tried having a baby and a year into it, Nothing. So he saw a fertility doctor And at that point after doing testing, they said, Look, Brianna, based on your age and what's going on? You're gonna have to do idea So, obviously that's a very expensive procedure. And at the time days we didn't know you. So we were over the top in consumer debt, like coming out of our ears. Just it was so stressful. So the doctor came in and gave us a little priceless and he says, Well, you guys can finance it 20 to 25,000. We have finance options. For a split second. We said maybe we should. And then I said, You know what? We can't so I cried a lot. We left the appointment. We never went back. I was so sad and felt so defeated, and I just don't understand. I don't understand why this was happening. I got on my knees and I cried and I prayed to God and I basically just said, you know what? God, I'm giving it to you. I trust you, And that's that. But 2019 October Dave, we found you jumped in after you read the book budgeting everything and God willing, We've been paid. We paid off almost 30,000. In this last year. Wow! Yes. So blessed. So here we are. In 2020. October, we celebrated my birthday We went to California to visit friends and family. And David John, A dear friend of mine Over 20 years of friendship. He and his wife have been very blessed. With wealth and for my birthday, they blessed us with $20,000 to get ideas. Wow. I.
Fiat Chrysler finds new merger partner in Carlos Tavares
"French carmaker. PSA which owns Pirjo and Fiat Chrysler. Automobiles it's Italian American rival have agreed to pursue a merger that would create the world's fourth largest carmaker and reshape the ultimate of sector. I'm here with a motor industry correspondent Peter Campbell. And we're joined down the line by David Kayhan in Paris to discuss the merger. Hi Guys Peter Tell us first why these super super mergers have been considered at the moment. What's the rationale behind them earn? What's the most notable recent mergers in the sector so call makers of facing stresses from a lot of a different direction at the moment? They're facing falling sales in the facing the need to invest in some quite expensive new technologies electric cars. They need to sell to the C O talks across Europe and China as well as driverless vehicles and other such technologies that looking at now. What are these things cost money? And it makes very little sense for all of the world's carmakers call makers independently to spend the billions and billions that they need to develop this technology. It's much more sensible for them to tie up. A great proponent of this theory was Sergio Marconi the late former chief executive of fit cruiser who oversaw the merger between Fiat and Chrysler itself. WHO said the comic is need to tie up in order to avoid duplication teaching the list massive spending that they have to make? It's just too much cash. They need to splash right. So what are the relative strengths of the Fiat group. Compared to pressure so both companies are incredibly complementary geographically Peugeot exists almost entirely in Europe asam stuff outside Europe. But it's very very strong strong in Europe. Fat Chrysler despite being called fat is in fact predominantly in North America organization. Almost all of its profits. Come from selling pick-up trucks and very large. SUV's in the North North American region. It owns the ram heavy truck brand it ends jeep globally Lens Africa and Maserati and so for these companies they complement each other geographically and and what PSA has shown with its takeover of Opal which owns Fox hole in the last few years is that this is a company that can manage scale in European mass mass manufacturing so it already owns a number of volume brands in Europe. It audience Persian and sit. Trinidad's open phones Vauxhall. You would add to that fat if this merger went ahead head. And they've already showed that they can make these efficiencies of scale work within a single region within Europe which would be an advantage but PSA really although it's had an incredible Rana that's very profitable. Its growth is sort of come to an end really needs to try and push into North America which has plans to do unto its own steam and it really needs a serious premium. AM nameplate a merger with fair crews which is very strong in North America and has offer may a massive rati and jeep brings that I say so David John Elkin. WHO's the one of Italy's Agnelli families? The Italian billionaire behind axle which controls Fiat Chrysler and also the brains behind the proposed merger but his his attempt to do a similar deal with Renault early. This year failed at this plenty of examples of failure here. What happened there? Why did I go wrong? Defensive Him you ask really. FCA In parallel talks with Reynaud and Persia for quite a while but particularly since the start of the year. What people have told us that the whole time? They're in these as talks. They actually wanted runner. That was number one target. But I didn't know that so Iran may the news was given to the profoundly particular and generally that they were going to go over a nice over a good the only problem from. Sei's point of view. Is that across the table from the Reynolds argest shareholder was the French state. You might know that Renos found itself in a particular situation with its Japanese partner Nissan. And what the French state said was at Notre for the merger to go ahead. They wanted the explicit it consent agreement approval of Japan. They walked away. It was like ten days. The whole thing collapsed. It was a drama France. Tickets blamed by some sides if you took the French state on background they say maybe the deal wasn't as good for Renos. It could have been directing normal shareholder but either way John alcon sure. The French date didn't like what it was doing walked away dramatically and that leads us to PSA so would perjures Kosta virus preach batter partner. Do you think it depends. I mean I would cautiously say yes. Tavarez is a big personality big. Co elkhound is buying in is a guy who's not. It's going to take a backseat in any way he's going to be a CEO in charge driving strategy and Alcon will be classic chairman. You'd imagine it's kind of return to demark relationship. He had before maybe it was something. We didn't think he was totally on board. With an part of the reason he went Reynaud but where the project is definitely at nicer fit for FCA. Is that the French state is far less hands on this company. It has a shareholding but in Reynaud you could say that the French state is more like a family company shareholders. Huge emotional ties. It's the largest shareholder as well in Persia. It's a much more traditional shareholder it doesn't lockinge stakes. It's the joints are shareholder shareholder with both the Persian family and China's Dongfang. So you can see why it might be a better partner. Yes so notice. That are lex pages. Describe cried Mr Tavarez's quadri-lingual what kind of big personality is he. What kind of figure does he cut in the car? Industry globally so taveras is renowned and as one of the most capable executives across the automotive industry. If you look at his track record is performance. He came into Persia when they will almost bankrupt. He oversaw sore huge turnaround at the company then bought Opel. This was a company that General Motors couldn't make money out of twenty years. They turned that around in very short order and yet at the same time he doesn't have the gigantic room. Filling ego of some of the other executives in the auto industry would be more akin to traveling head of state when they it went overseas. Savar as who is a cost cutter to the core when he comes to the UK to visit the Vauxhall plant at Luton flies into Luton on EasyJet buys is is sandwiches in the corner shop before getting in a taxi to go over to the plant in his better than eight. Uneasy gentleman with US possibly explanation. But it's also true that he really has a way a of identifying with the ground level workforce as well as the executives and saying guys. You are the team here is up to you to deliver this turnaround plan has to go ahead. And he's been quite good actually particularly in the Opel turnaround of avoiding plant closures. No everybody thought when he bought Opel there we're going to have to shut factories and he said we're going to do this plan without shutting factories and they brought he managed that and what we expect from the FCA deal if it goes ahead. Is that going to make a commitment not to close any of either. I accompanies plants as a result of the turnaround as a result of trying to make savings here and so two Varas is seen. At least at the highest levels of most capable automative executives that gives at the moment and by some people is ranked the best glibly anywhere interesting David. How's he viewed inside of corporate France? If you like with a problem we have a terrorist journalist. This is not enough that stuff to say about him. It's genuine issue now. He's considered in France and piracy to be one of the best. I mean one of the reasons. The French government are supporting. This is because Tabarez is there. He's seen as being a safe pair of hands he sees having done a really great trainer ended Persia and he's seen as someone that they can trust in putting together this merger that's right but he has this cultural index territory. The allows him to associate with work in different countries so when he bought Opel everyone was naturally worried Opel. They were about to get fired but he walks into the headquarters Opel in Germany. All the stuff of April assembled there and his opening lines to the Marin German now he doesn't speak German but he'd learned some opening lines in German and was greeted with a big round of applause but also with the sense in the room that this was a guy who was on their side. It makes a big difference right okay. Personalities a site. Let's let's talk about some of the numbers here. What are the terms of the proposed? David I mean where would the merge creeped based for start. Well that's a very good question when that we don't really know the answer to yet. The idea is multiple As it stands but just very quickly so it's a fifty fifty all stock merger and there's going to be a special dividends and payouts. Either side equalized equalized values but analysts are suggesting that this looks like PSA buying FCA and part of the reason you can say that is the construction of the board Komo correct. He has eleven people five each plus Tavarez so the governance is tilted towards Paris. We will be watching to see where the operation headquarters is really eighty based where Tavarez sits even if I think Peter you might jump in here as well. FCA They're used to bring multiple countries in a way that maybe we'll create tensions. Well this brings us very nicely into the cultures of both companies to. FCA was a company that was borne out of this merger between Fiat and Chrysler and as such as a headquarters in London but but a major office insurance and a major office in Auburn Hills. Chrysler is based and whereas many car companies are deeply rooted in the national culture. These guys genuinely feel we'll multinational and they genuinely feel more global and they've actually culturally made a merger work which historically the consciousness quite difficult to do right. We saw DaimlerChrysler the fall apart we saw Ford Not Really Gel with any of the premium brands. It owned Volvo Janke Arrest Martin etc and at the same time you've got. PSA which also is culturally in quite an international fit because it has a British Brandon Vauxhall at has a German Brandon Opel and again it's made an automotive merger work in recent history and so one of the biggest barriers to auto mergers is cultural and it always is and it's the factions between different rival governments wanting a place at the table and to the fact that you've got to companies that are sort little mood globally cultural and have recently made big complex multi-country images work does bode quite well for these. Two companies being able to culturally fit together. which is a huge hurdle and obviously not a financial one but a key one that really needs to be overcome for any automotive motor to work now to think that assuming this goes through? Do you think there will be cost-cutting. This time we've spoken about how Mr Tavarez avoided this in the past but do we think an ax will fall this time around. They've talked about Oh savings of three point seven billion euros which they go to try and realize eighty percent of those within the first couple of years of the deal going through now. They haven't broken out exactly where that comes from. They've said it's not going to be plant closures if you look at. PSA during open takeover they managed to save a lot of money by shortening labor hours thousand doing various things around the way they utilize space in the factory floor but a big chunk of savings in a big rationale for the deal in the whole is as we said at the start to avoid duplicating investment it costs so it'll be avoid. Investment cost into electrification and avoided investment costs not just intellectuals -cation autonomy but also inter individual platforms so you built a car on. They'll merge those together they'll get huge potential savings and of purchasing components together all kinds of classic industrial merger synergies. I mean David. Is that message sticking in France. I don't think this merger would have been given the green light or been greeted with such political approval as it has been so far if it hadn't been for guarantees. He's about jobs and I think that's true in Italy as well. I don't think they're going to be closing plants. I just don't think it's politically tenable as Peter says for. They're going to be. Finding the savings is in our D adoption. Those kind of things. So if you're a betting man do you think the magic. We'll go ahead and if it is who then are the biggest rivals to the merged group. Rule the move music safaris overwhelmingly positive. The fact the French government seemed to be behaving better than they did last time older. That's not a terribly high bar bodes well for the whole thing going through now. What we're expecting expecting is it? Within the next sort of two three four weeks we'll get a memorandum of understanding between the two companies that will set out potentially more details about synergies potentially more details about management structure and various other things. Maybe even headquarters details then. Obviously the whole thing has to go to show. Does it both companies who have to approve them is quite difficult to to see them derailing that and then obviously it has to go through various other regulatory huddles. They also have to deal with antitrust issues so this will be the largest carmaker in Europe. It could be bigger than Volkswagen that market share in some countries such as constantly will be very high so they may have issues with that but no one seriously thinks that's going to derail l. the deal so assuming everything goes smoothly you could see it close within say nine months potentially two year. There's always a bit of leeway with these things either side and then obviously they will be the fourth largest in the world behind reminisce. And if you're treating those companies is one that's the whole other but also Volkswagen Toyota and on readiness and those three make ten million cars a year. These guys will make eight and a half million calls year that puts them slightly ahead of General Motors. You make about eight but they will be easily within the global top five for well. This is going to keep busy for the next year or so. Thanks Peter an thanks David thank you wolf listening.