29 Burst results for "David Jones"
"david jones" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"And you know you can get your google glass was kinda terrible and crap and that never went anywhere but i think all the earlier to rations of technology tend to be you know. Apple did the new the newton before they did the iphone and palm pilots. Were huge thing. While a one point in time unsighting gets easy to imagine. You know what we do glosses because it'd be so easy to wander around and if you imagine the future version of linked ten is you see someone like damn who is the. I know them. But i don't know are yes i do it pops up in my glasses in running around or driving somewhere you no longer need to be looking down the in a you'll hand to say google apps where you're going. You have it on display your glasses so i think a lot of things are going to depend exactly how the technology plays out and it may not be like that. It may be something else that comes along but you know the very concept of wandering around outside publicly talking to a mobile phone. Seems like just completely normal now whereas the stigma of the first people who were like speaking in public on mobile phones everyone. It was a a totally weird behavior that would catch on or evening. Steve bomas famous video where he's incredibly dismissive of the iphone and he says it doesn't have a keyboard seven not very good for business site We kind of learn. That wasn't quite true. So i think we're gonna see some really amazing advances intact and it's going to be very exciting decade and hopefully we've learned from the lost decade and and on every level will be more attuned to and more aware of the negative sides technology. And we've been talking about a lot but you you brought up a are a few minutes ago and since we're already talking about consumer adoption and new technology Let let's talk a little bit about a are so i mean you're obviously you and mr jones is a big believer like you were saying antique your investor in antic zapper and And we've seen some interesting consumer applications for a are like fun stuff like what snap does what. What's the potential for a are and and marketing beyond. You know like i dunno like throwing up rainbows chill so john from nine antics john than i found basically says the. He sounded very well as the u. a. r. delivers the potential for every single product. Oh building in the world to be mentored through technology and that is just a.
"david jones" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"He's actually dynamic it changes and evolves and you know the computer simulates human intelligence in its ability to evolve in lead. I'm pence wagging a machine. Learning comes from. So i i would like that. An algorithm static artificial intelligence grows and learns and develops Is true potential for ai technology in marketing and all also for the customer experience. And one way that you've described it to me in the past is that there is a a sort of spectrum of of a. I where you know. You have some of the more practical things like for media planning or d. c. o. beyond algorithms and then the more futuristic stuff so with that spectrum in the background what are some of the actual. You know things that are coming soon that it might be hard to envision that our life ever didn't include these things and then also looking a little bit further out. What are some of the things that you know. We wouldn't be able to really necessarily envision as part of our daily lives but you know they. They might be pretty soon. Actually you know couple years three years you just look. I think what what's exciting about. When you look at the future is if if you kinda just look to the past. I and and i mean the near poss- so you know we forget just how many things have changed in the last decade sir. You know instagram was born in two thousand and ten okay. We're in two thousand twenty one so it's eleven years know exactly chinese but like instagram. Which most people now can't remember ever living without was born in twenty. Twenty alexa from amazon. Came along in twenty fourteen. The you know the iphone which has changed the will beyond all recognition only came out in two thousand and eight to the end of the previous decade. Nothing when you when you look at the context and you kinda go. What are the next ten years having stole for us. I think he's unbelievably exciting. Now you then have to split it into two which is like water. The tangible concrete applicable use now a marketeer and twenty twenty one. And when might this be going in you know. Twenty twenty twenty five and beyond and so if you look at it through that lens i mean we're invest in a terrific company called elsie they a lotta people using create content. What else media buying. What else they do. Is they use to do media planning that. Making some just really phenomenal inroads into that. If you give ox again weren't early investor in jio box. They using ai to to drive dc oh and to be able to create literally millions of oceans of content in real time tied into numerous different data points. I think that they really hitting their stride. In the last twelve months and doing amazingly into some of that clients and they literally have one point two million assets in market at any time in invested in a company. Cool to matt. He used to build ecommerce chat bots so the ability. Full the chat bought to take over and have the conversation and help guide people through the sales fall. So i think you've got a number of very practical use is already where you have very tangible use cases and great case studies in success stories and then the other end of the spectrum. You have like the the very visionary futuristic side of ai and a foundation is a great example of that. So what will they can do is they can build a mine twins so they can build a version of you. That looks like you sounds like you and you.
"david jones" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"I'm alison shift one of the editors with ad exchanger and i have david jones with me ceo and founder of you and mr jones. We're here to talk about the future. Not just twenty twenty one but also beyond and with an eye on ai. Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform the future of business and marketing. Let alone the world. But it's still not well understood. I mean certainly not by me and to say that its early innings. I think is an understatement. But not an excuse not to talk about the potential and also the implications. You and mr jones likes to place calculated bets. It's made strategic investments in a lot of companies since twenty fifteen when it was founded with the idea of creating a new category called brand tech centered on the notion that businesses can do better marketing more quickly cheaper using technology. You and mr jones was the first external investor in niantic for example after niantic was spun off from google and before pokemon go launched and over the years. It's put money into pinterest beeswax. Gift cat media company mike. A our companies apper amino vid mob an iot platform for consumer product brands called everything. And also the i which is a company that helps develop technology products and experiences to tap into the power of what it calls quote unquote. Decentralized trusted personal. Ai so we'll talk about what that means. But i david good to have you here. It's good to be here. Virtually of course of course So to start out layout the the you and mr jones investment thesis for me like what you're looking for in a company and what about a startup or an opportunity says to you like this is something we want to invest in and right now you are looking for targets because you mr jones just closed a two hundred sixty million dollars series b round..
Despite The Pandemic, Transit Service In Houston's Harris County Reaches Major Ridership Goal
"Since two thousand and eight harris county transit has grown from two routes to twelve serving places in the eastern half of the county like baytown. Crosby the agency says. It's now reached a major milestone recording one million boardings on its buses david jones agencies. Deputy assistant director. He says for a lot of people in east harris county. Who don't have a vehicle. The service is a lifeline. A lot of it is medical. We have folks that need services. They can't drive anymore. We do a lot of dialysis patients in baytown because of the pandemic harris county. Transit isn't collecting fares right now and it's also limiting capacity while pandemic ridership has fallen dramatically on some other transit systems. Jones says air numbers are only down by about seven percent. I'm gail water in
Fed holds interest rates steady near zero, says economy is still well below pre-pandemic levels
"President. Right now, the Fed is wrapping up a two day meeting with the possibility of another pandemic relief package currently in limbo. We're joined by David Jones, chairman of De M. J Advisers, based in Denver. He is author of the book Understanding Central Banking. David. It's Always good to get your insight here. Let's begin with the Fed. I'm wondering if the Fed has any more tools in the toolbox with interest rates where they are. That's the basic question. They don't have much left. They gave it their all early in this pandemic crisis we faced, and I think they're just on the same theme as we saw at the last meeting race and changed near zero, probably out Through 2023. That's a long time and I think the Fed chairman will emphasize the need for additional fiscal stimulus, which I certainly think the markets are betting on with the possibility of divided government. Biden getting the presidency but the Republicans keeping the Senate The market's seemed to like that possibility, or the even the alternative, of course, that President Trump is re elected for a second term. So All in all politics will be dominant. But I think the feds main focus will be on on unchanged Policy stance with an emphasis on the need for additional Fiscal stimulus for the economy. You touched on that fiscal stimulus in Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he expects that to actually happen for them to begin negotiating. Get him. How important is I would ask certain types of stimulus money for businesses. You have money for individuals. There's a lot of things that they can do. Well, there is, I certainly think they need to keep the consumer spending and that's been quite impressive. So far, Consumers have been Hanging in there even with the deep economic problems we've had, But I think the head wants to keep money in the consumer's pockets. The Fed would also like to stimulate Through that fiscal through advice to the government over that fiscal stimulus on investment spending, So I think the federal power a lot of INS is on made for a significant investment fiscal package. All in all the defense outlook, I think will be Fairly good. That third quarter, of course, was very impressive. 33.1% in GDP terms, fourth quarter Is up in the air. I'd say we're in a possibly 3 to 4% range for fourth quarter real GDP, but all things considered A fairly decent deed shaped recovery and the Fed holding just about where it is. Let's talk about unemployment claims. They dropped their still high, obviously, but they dropped always. How important is it that they keep dropping? So it's extremely important and that's one of the indicators the Fed will Watch very closely. The Fed chairman has been very sensitive to Ah, Two unemployed workers in this crisis and and in his September meeting, Hey emphasized the need, Teo. To bring those people back to work assume as possible, So that's one of the indicators perhaps the key indicator that the Fed is watching. And of course, we get some new jobs numbers, which should be fairly decent. But all in all the head wants to see that Unemployment rate continues to come down and get out of that crisis period we saw earlier in the year thanks so much. David Jones, chairman of De
"david jones" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America
"The World Timothy David Jones my name is manny faces let's go. The thing about hip hop. Today is. It, SMART? inciteful. The way that they can communicate. A complex message in a very short space. It is remarkable and these kids they're not gonNA be Reading The New York Times that's not how they're getting ready for Mason. We'll. meet. Will. Thank you. So hip. Hop. Pop. Up Education doesn't always take place in the halls of an academic institution. Even when it does, it doesn't have to come from traditionally accredited educators following what many call outdated instructional guidelines guidelines at all too often fail to take into account that unique cultural attributes of many students in America. For Decades Timothy David Jones has been proven that there's a better way back incorporating a hip hop ethos in his work educating and counseling young people. He's not alone Timothy is chief visionary officer. At Hashtag, hip hop ed a digitally birth organization with a sprawling membership of bringing educators compassionate advocates that know just how powerful this intersection can be how urgent it is for teachers and administrators across the country to understand and implement these ideas in this episode. Timothy. Who is currently a lecturer and hip hop scholar in residence at Teachers College at Columbia University details his own path to hip hop based education his company techniques for learning how he stumbled into his hip hop Ed role and as an ordained minister, how religion and spirituality all blend into the mix. Here's my talk with Timothy David Jones. First of all. Thank you for taking time out especially on on a hip hop. Tuesday I. Appreciate you know. It is so good. It's so good time. I've given folks a little bit of an idea you know who you are and why we're talking but of course, a lot of us in this game where a lot of hats and you sir. Mad Hatter I would say. So. Rather than just rattled off a list of all the things. Down to get into put, how do you present yourself to the world from your place in society? Well more times than not it definitely through the Lens of hip. Hop. Ed. The chief. Visionary Officer I'm the main curator moderator for the weekly Chats, a youth developer by profession for the past two years I started my own practice called techniques for learning, which is a play on the technique turntables. So the way DJ's create the perfect mix Bracha party at create what I hope to be the perfect mix for a particular learning environment. Outside of that, I am an Ordain Minister Christian, a father and a husband those the buckets of how. I will present myself from trying to capture the full essence of me. Oh. I could just say I'm hip pop. Up Yeah. So and those are the things that you Kinda do as well in other words that's how you get your activity easier. You know you make a living or all the stuff yes. Yes or no doubt. We've known each other for for some time I've certainly been watching all the fancy do and and and I of course I. Think. Embody a lot of the things that I'm sure the stories I'm trying to tell here and the individuals that we try to have here because it is that mix of of innovation in youth, Development Education using hip hop music, and culture, obviously to to improve humanity and what you do and especially you with you know you feel. Really exemplify that you also spent a little bit. You also a lyricist. Rapper poet also been sort of on the side of things as well. And I say that to say, you know did the chicken egg come what started your path using hip hop more than just entertainment let's go back a little bit. What was your earliest kind of you know that's a great question you know I grew up in Brooklyn New York. I just turned fifty two. So in some ways is I say I grew up with hip hop parallel I say Y- when when when I look back I realized now that it was actually a part of my life before I really knew what it was as like. Oh. This is hip hop for me like, Oh, I see graffiti art as I would love to stay out past curfew when the DJ's Dj in the park other things like that but in eighty six I went to. Howard. University and while at Howard University in my senior year, I worked with a group and we formed. Was became the cultural initiative in February nineteen, ninety one, we had the first national hip hop conference to be held on a college or university. There was some industry conferences that have taken place before actually New Jersey. But this was the first one where the target audience was college students and it was called but hip hop at its crossroads seizing the cultural initiative and that was probably that was the. First Time where it was beginning to look at not only the current impact of hip hop. But to start thinking about what's the potential for this budding culture that we just finished the eighties where there was a whole lot of growth in the eighties in we're going into the nineties it was looking at hip hop from a social economical standpoint from political standpoint, all these different lanes in so that ran. A total of six conferences as the conference ended in ninety six I ended up transitioning into a youth development space. My degree is in accounting. I was an accountant for five years working for government contract work that came to an ahead. This kind of crossroads. Mohmed was guide. What is it that you want me to do because my plan isn't seeming to work so maybe we can remix it. They thought the whole album out and do a number one an all along the way. I have been a fan of hip hop Britain never express myself artistically in it. It was putting on the parties it was managing the DJ so I was doing all of these other things in so. I started working with young people with high school students and I also started teaching at a school because back in the day when you're hustling work with young people, you had to have more than one job able to make the ends of. The definitely mid nineties it was really a grind. So I started working after school program but then I also started through this subset of miracle writers core and we had to teach creative writing workshops inside of schools. My degree is in business. So I was not your well read pulling out literature in this that and the other. So the only poetry I knew was hip hop and thankfully in ninety six when it was the old school dialup, Internet. There was this website called the original hip hop lyrics archives..
Philadelphia behavioral health commissioner is moving on
"Is losing the man who has led the fight against the opioid crisis and other behavioral issues in the city. We have more from KOW City Hall bureau chief Pat Lowe Commissioner David Jones's leaving Philadelphia to head the substance Use and prevention office for the state of Illinois Mayor Jim Kenney says he'll be missed. We wish him well. He's doing a fabulous job for us. While he's been, Jones earned wide respect as he grappled with the ballooning opioid epidemic. Make the department greatly expanded access to medically assisted treatment, the work that we could really made a big difference. Jones also had success with housing first strategy for people with behavioral health issues, who were also dealing with homelessness. Nearly 1000 people were given homes alongwith services when you look back five years somewhere around 88% of their remains successfully how Jones says he also brought a trauma, focus to treatment and change the response to mental health crises in youth to keep them in the community. Instead of inpatient facilities. We started to see better treatment outcomes for Children and families. And so that was significant. Jones announced his resignation last week. Justice's work was being recognized with an award for the city from the international nonprofit New Cities
"david jones" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Penn Live. David Jones covered. Penn State and lots of college sports for a year, you know, 33 decades. His thing is that these athletic departments have gotten so bloated and so professionalized and You know, I think Michigan has 50% more Michigan athletics and 50% more employees now than they did in 2011. At the 11 4009 like it grew exponentially, and in that period of time, they added, lacrosse, men's and women's across Anybody who goes by the Michigan Athletic area. It's not just You know your shame back our hall that is just opulent. It's Every field. Everything is over the top construction and the finest stuff and that's great. But They spent and spent spent and got, you know, debt service staffed up and everything's gold plated. And you know, a lot of it is just sort of unnecessary. And so I think that's kind of part of his point. But he doesn't really eloquently look clearly of the money situation here. It wasn't for the money. That is what they just shut us down. I mean, they just they They wouldn't bother trying this. But they need the money and That's where we're at weaken. Lament that you all sudden now need $140 million to break even. Ah, year and you're trying to get pennies on the dollar by putting 45,000 people in the Michigan Stadium. If you get that Bought or you're just doing this for for the TV money. That is the reality. And so none of the schools want to have to cut staff cut sports cut scholarships cut I think all those cuts are inevitable. It's just how deep are the cuts, so You know, if this was truly just, you know, some extracurricular activity is maybe it was once mine. They wouldn't do this. This is not football is not the primary business of a university. Um, but it's become a has become a huge business. So That's why we're even attempting this but the easy thing to dio Look if there wasn't football in the fall, and this is just our we're going to shut down the field hockey team. Yeah. They just shut it down. They wouldn't think twice about it, but they might think twice but wouldn't be three. I was football. It's all the lament because they just absolutely have to have that money or everything. Changes. Yeah, Dan, We appreciate your time. I love the pod. I'd love to see David Jones Basement where he was pulling out of 2000 media guide, You know, go through some of the stuff that he couldn't find online. I think that would be interesting. And then you know, two other things one. I don't like the C G. I fan idea. I watched a little bit of baseball owners give me a headache when they're flashing back and forth through an empty stadium to the C g. I fans, But if they did it in a college football game, I would be there to watch the video of Pat 40 man, That was some of the best. That was some of the best audio of some of the best content that I've heard. On your pod. And just the last thing I would ask you is that with Rutgers shutting down in Michigan State we don't have the exact about a case is we don't know how many football players They actually were, and you mentioned it. How many positive should we expect with the other 12 Big 10 teams like if Michigan came up with one or two positive test, whether it was a coach upon or anything, that they would just follow the same protocol and that Michigan would just shut down for two weeks. I don't know. I don't know what that number is, And that's that's the question. What? What? What's the is there? A big 10 standard? Is there a Michigan standard is individual schools. It's not a national thing. What's the testing procedures? I mean, that's I think why you're trying to get go pick 10 only saying Here's 14 school so I don't know what number it is. You shut it down if you're going to shut down for two weeks because there's one positive test in your program. And you know, you guys know. I mean, there's 100 plus players in your in your roster looking the rosters. You know, there's two number 88 things like that. Over 100 players is another 100 support staff. You know, trainers and all the coaches and student workers and everything. If you're just gonna have one is going to shut you down. Why started It can't be won. Because you just zero chance that 200 people at a in a college town are going to make it. Through the next For four or five months, four months, I guess. Thanksgiving without anybody getting a cove it so That can't be the standard. So what is the standard 5 15? Is it That's That's the question, And that's the hard decisions that after he made because I just don't see there's any chance at all. That all the schools don't have to deal with this at some point, probably multiple points in the next couple of months. If they're going if they're going to go that far. Well, I wouldn't mind a little more transparency, so I wouldn't really I'd like to know a little bit about that. Hey, well again, we appreciate your time. Love the pod. Always read your columns. Its I remember. Back when it was Crisler Arena. You know you're writing for the basketball time. So that's AH, that's been a few years. Appreciate your time. Hopefully we get a season. There you go start. I don't know if we're gonna finish what we're going to start, so let's do it. Yeah, Let's do it. Thanks, Damn CIA. There he is. And what so from from Yahoo Sports. You know what, Matt?.
Police Arrest Man Who Allegedly Tried To Set Hotel Clerk On Fire, Dallas-Fort Worth
"Meanwhile more now on the arrest of a forty eight year old man in connection with an attempted robbery and arson at a north fort worth motel captain David Jones with fort worth fire says David Sarkeesian was captured on surveillance video sporting a flammable liquid onto a clerk at the budget inn near the eight twenty north loop and beat St tenet knighting it causing minor burns and minor property damage received about ten tips from the citizens one of those tips when asked to this individual which caused us to start investigating him further we were able to tie him to the vehicle that we see him waiting in Sir KZN is charged with arson of a habitation causing bodily injury he is in the Tarrant county jail on a hundred thousand dollars
"david jones" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Girl. You got you got. Oh because she has a mind of his own. I don't know what do but he's been coming. It is this episode. We listen. I'm not going to be able to be employed anymore. I JUST WANNA put out a statement of apology for this episode for everything that I said. Our culture is not a costume. I said I said our because I don't know where I'm from. I'm from everywhere. Says I don't know where I'm from. I'm from all the all the all the countries in Africa as Raven Simone. What's now Raven on? You see you are not helping you saw. She's she's a WHO said that. So guys as always please email in read out your friends and family tell us about the colostomy bags you drink out of at Scam Gladys Pot. G Dot Com and you can find me at scam. God is pod on all platforms and you can find actual meal. Ac mostly at A. L. C. I. Diva lacy on twitter and instagram. If you WANNA see my Shenanigans and Bernard we always ask. Where do you want to be found? You can find me on instagram. At Bernard David Jones. That's B. E. R. A. R. D. D. A. V. I D. J. O. N. E. S. I just always wanted to do an very also uncorked on that uncorked on Netflix March. Twenty seventh by Apprentice Penny. Yeah and directed and directed him that's The director of Insecure Gal. So get into it all right congregation. States Godley yes..
"david jones" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"And what's happened. Gone Tradition Issued Girl Lacy Moseley Aka Scam Gaddis and we are back for another installment of this nonsense show. I always say this so. Go ahead and say it with me. I am super excited for this guests. Yes we all said together But this is my friend colleague. Homey like one of my soul partners Love Him so much And you probably know him from shows like the mayor movies like always a bridesmaid. He's got a new joint coming out called uncorked on net flicks. We have Bernard David Jones. A how are you see of my remove? Overlook is corneas. All right naked. Look yes and even though I have no clue when this episode is going to come out just so you have a reference. We are in the midst of the corona value. At the moment this Rona so we are in here. Lysol bleached down honey six feet apart very safe. Doing the safest way became. Well we're doing. I'm risking my life for the congregation. Okay I'm here. I'm better than Joel. Osteen I ash church. Not Today Rona does win the ultimate scam when hurricane came about open close you would expire. You are man of God I'd Opposite of come as you are. He's no stay away but but Bouma Morona hit you. Want him to come and give the coins clearly. Oh Oh you ain't right you guys. What's your relationship with scams? I actually really enjoy a good scam. I think they're very funny. I think a lot of work which is kind of crazy. My first introduction scams had to be like when I was looking for apartments. Hey you know we don't we don't live in the state but if you can get the money and will leave the key under the mat with somebody like Oh. This place is nice real nice. It's only two hundred dollars a month. What I am moving in Europe. You go put the map here. Yes okay if somebody called the police that that's that's fine. I see people are moving. I literally did that though. Like I was like okay. This guy is going to give me disappointment apartment. I was looking. I was like wait a minute. There are people in here. Yeah no this is your apartment. You enter through the window. We have the the keys Iraq that you window five. Yeah they see. Is your apartment like what happened to me too because we you don't live in a late realize that like it's not like everyone. I think renowned knows that New York is expensive but we all know that the apartments are crazy and agreed so we that but in la look you kinda? Don't know before you move here like you hear it's expensive but there's more space there's more land so when I was moving here at remotely same Texas trying to find an apartment This girl who lived in the valley but when I was looking said Los Angeles from the Valley is not Los Angeles. It's very very far away. And she was saying she lives in L. A. as she was offering apartment for I think like four hundred or six hundred dollars a month. Does something very cheap large apartment? She had pictures and everything I had her. Send me a picture of her envelope with of the mail like a like a power bill. Electric Bill on it and the address to confirm the she lived there like. I tried to do all the things to stop it from being a scam. I said her half of the deposit because I was a kid. You the whole thing. 'cause I don't then I land in the airport and she was like okay. Let's but this one bedroom but actually I have to stay here for a few more days and I have a roommate. Who staying here. She got to stay for a few more days. And I can't come to the party right now to give you the key and I'm like at the LAX. Oh yes but I was lucky because she gave me my money back. Yeah but that was because I had her address she lived there and I'm I'm the bitch. Okay your doorstep knock not bliss and I'm not like ups. I'm Michael Knocking Assembly disappear. I'm GONNA be wait. Wait wait and I was like I just moved here. I'll God this time you better me because my was a man in Nigeria. Honestly my favorite country earning innovators -nology they got it all the Gospel. Jesus say key right there you go through the window and that's as I open it up. That's the key. I can't say we. The dismal meter was high. At that point that you were desperate because you were moving to a new ways. You've got time constraints that's okay. That's okay Gigamon. So we'll see but yes so. These are some scams that I find so we do a segment. Here call was hot and fraud. And that's why we're starting and these are some scams that I found kind of nasty to the listener. Okay I love you. Whoever you are but I'm gonNA call you Miss Jackson a 'cause you might be nasty so the first one is high scam. Please use my real name. Miss Jackson I got you. He says I have a couple of scams for your faithful flag. Amy says my cousins Survived Colon Cancer Shadow to your cousin and had to wear a colostomy bag for awhile to celebrate her recovery. Her friend plans to take her to a concert. They went out to eat before the concert and her friend had an idea while at restaurant she said. Why don't we Philip? One of your bags before we go into the concert so we don't have to pay for Alcohol Ono. There's even a tune we can drink out. Oh No it's not like security is going to check the contents of a colostomy bag so they proceeded to fill A. Bag and reportedly had a great time at the as serious. It is.
"david jones" Discussed on KTOK
"Stone and David Jones attorney Roger where do you go from here and and now as both you and the minute I have we have a left here you're broke right you don't have any money I am a literally destitute I the bureau of prisons delayed my incarceration my surrender date by thirty days I am sticking to the home confinement obviously because of public nineteen and I am praying fervently that the president as an actor balls back to both mercy and justice well either commute my sentence or pardon me otherwise I will go through the long process of an appeal and my lawyers including David who's with us I'm very confident that we had many strong issues on appeal David I'd like to see this man get his life back he's lost three plus years of his life could you get there we got twenty seconds I want to see if his life back in this region back there two weeks ago the government could concede that they did the wrong thing here and confess judgment in a sense but I think Roger stone to be pardoned and it should be sooner rather than later with all due respect he got his life back that's the only I don't disagree but I'd like to see this thing vacated and thrown out on its own also on the merits David right but but but that's it but the pardon is at least a check on the long distance isn't a strong statement but that's not how our government operates the idea of sending him to prison during in my opinion everybody here needs a part that's my humble opinion but nobody's actually Roger we're praying for you and your family hang in there god is great you'll be fine in the end I believe you're tough you you bought this hard and I believe justice hopefully Wednesday kind of let you both go eight hundred nine four one Sean we got an awesome Hannity tonight at nine when we come back the house Republican whip Steve Scalise as we continue you're listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show a lot more of your favorite cast topics and memorable moments that's all coming up it doesn't matter how many times it's been said before but home is where the heart is especially now when we are all home more than ever and while not everyone has the means.
Why The Cost Of Air Ambulances Is Rising
"Two thousand and two the. US Government introduced a new policy that allow private players to enter the air ambulance industry. This decision brought more competition into the market yet. The cost of an air ambulance trip sword. So why do the normal rules of supply and demand not apply. Here's Cardiff Garcia and Rachel Cohn from our daily Economics podcast the indicator from planet. Money to understand how air ambulance services became so expensive. You actually have to go back to a time when they they were cheaper a time when hospitals were the largest provider of the service ambulances really grew out of emergency rooms that decided. Hey we won't have a way to get people here faster. They were owned by hospitals. They were part of the hospital system. They were on the master hospital bill and often covered by insurance because it was a hospital service. So that is Dr Marty mccarey. He's a surgeon and professor of Health Policy and management at Johns Hopkins University. He says that for a long time hospitals were not making money from their air ambulances. They provided that service is because they could start charging patients. Once they got to the hospitals there were virtually actually no for profit providers companies that were trying to make a profit but in two thousand and two this began to change. The government rolled out a new policy. That change just the amount of money that area meals providers could make from transporting Medicare and Medicaid patients. But basically what you need to know. Is that the new policy made it more lucrative for independent independent ambulance providers that groups other than hospitals to offer the service and what this did was to incentivize outside group's thinking of investing in air ambulances. Silence is because now they were assured more money for transporting Medicare and Medicaid patients but also they could provide these services for this whole other group of patients. People not not covered by Medicare and Medicaid in other words people who had private insurance the result is that the number of air ambulances in the US nearly doubled in the vast majority today are owned by for profit providers and so here is where the normal dynamics of supply and demand start to go skew. They start to get a little weird see in a normal. Oh market that big increase in supply. The supply of air ambulance providers would usually mean a good thing for consumers because consumers now have more choice means more competition competition between those providers in usually means cheaper prices for consumers but in the area relents market. That's not what happens. That's because customers in in this market can't shop around and compare prices and services in an emergency situation. The customer doesn't choose which air ambulance provider to call the ritual. You spoke to a a couple who experienced this firsthand so the story takes place back in two thousand eight back then. This man named David Jones Scott into a terrible accident on a New Jersey highway. He was driving with his girlfriend at the time now. His wife Juliet when their car flipped over and tumbled at sixty five miles an hour onto the highway shoulder. First responders honors arrived at the scene and called an ambulance. David was flown out. I so I remember that hearing the ambulance land I was completely out of the car. Getting entreated to Juliette was actually still trapped in the car so emergency services had to cut her out which took awhile and so they ended up calling second air ambulance a few hours later eventually vincent. They made a full recovery but a nasty surprise awaited them exactly so they were actually going over their bills for their treatment together when they realized that they were charged. Different announce for their area blitz transports had a note written contemporaneous. Like it's funny just looking at the the no it says You know seventeen hundred for me and thirteen thousand for Juliette. Seventeen hundred for David in thirteen thousand dollars for Juliette even even though they were transported the exact same distance from the same accident site to the same hospital. I mean there was one difference aside from the price and that's who flew them so David was flown by a public provider but Juliet was flown by a for profit company. So this big increase in supply. It doesn't bring down the price for people getting air transported so the medium price for example charged by an air ambulance for a helicopter transport in the United States. That is now more than thirty six thousand dollars if you ask the Association of Air Medical Services About this there the industry group that represents air ambulances. They suggest that ambulances have become more expensive to provide but Dr mccarey he sees things differently so he says that the main reason these companies are charging so much for their services is because they can. There's nothing to stop them and so quickly. This second back industry grew of private equity companies. Buying up these air ambulances from hospitals managing the services services and price gouging patients going around the Master Hospital Bill. This has created a situation where people have gotten into a lot of debt and are straining straining their finances just to be able to pay off their hefty air ambulance Bill Rachel Code Cardiff Garcia N._p._R.. News.
"david jones" Discussed on WGN Radio
"David Jones of the WGN radio news world news is sponsored by WGN America the National Weather Service has cancelled the U. warnings that were issued because of that storm that moved through on Saturday your forecast overnight winds dying down whatever snow is falling will land the overnight low around twenty four mostly cloudy today high in the low thirties body tonight a chance of flurries or freezing drizzle low thirty one and Monday mostly cloudy with a chance of snow and freezing drizzle high in the upper thirties one of the issues with this particular storm is the below freezing temps overnight WGN TV meteorologist Mike Jensen says a lot of streets and roads are gonna be a little slick of those areas that have had water sitting on them yes and that is going to freeze that's going to be a problem especially those roads that are side streets or world areas especially as you get to the south were of more rain and now we're gonna quickly freeze things over yeah there's gonna be some slick spots out there so keep that in mind residents of the south shore were not at all thrilled with the high waves and the winds that push them yesterday WGN TV is Marcella Raymond with some of the reasons why the waves are a force to be reckoned with there are reports that windows in homes along the lake have been blown out because of the waves and the three founding and in addition to the waves there was a lot of standing water in the streets because of sewer issues yesterday was the annual March for life in Chicago.
Christian McCaffrey (back) misses practice
"Of star running backs who have missed orbin limited in practice this week due to injury the biggest question marks on this list Todd Gurley and David Johnson both those players missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday Adam get us going here Christian McCaffrey is they faced the box yesterday they faced the books over in London Christian McCaffrey went through practice this morning head coach Ron Rivera said he's five it sounds like more of a rest maintenance issue with Christian McCaffrey not going to be an issue for him on Sunday morning at nine thirty eastern he is expected to play against the buccaneers field ABC American saints at the Jags you don't like injuries pop up during the week Suzanne Alvin Kamara was added to the injury report on Thursday because of an ankle issue he was limited no clear indication whether or not he will play if for some reason he sits Latavius Murray's the next man up in the world is in that back at huge matchup rams niners what about Todd Girls it has not practiced the last two days suzy he is nursing a quad injury. Sean mcvay made it sound yesterday like they couldn't practiced in yesterday's if they needed to so it sounds like they're managing and again we'll find out today where they listed on the injury report about David Johnson against the Falcons not yet it just seems so far this week because of a back issue susie but GM steve kind was on the radio in Arizona this morning express some optimism about Johnson plane he did not he's not one hundred percent certain but there's at least a chance with David Jones Attivo Chris Carson be ready to go against the Browns Susan your field mentioned the did Alvin Kamara was added to the injury report mid week same is true of Chris Carson with a shoulder injury limited during practice on Thursday he's such a physical back you worry about her shoulder injury with Chris Carson if there's any questions about his availability for any backup b. let's add a wide receiver to the mix the chiefs I recall that will of course he has been suffering that clavicle injury all the way back in week one limited participant practice all week last week he has been limited so far at this week's who's the seems like there is a chance in a game that all of a sudden is one that people are seemingly given the texts better chance to win on Sunday in Kansas City.
Fighting Plastic Pollution in Our Oceans
"And thank you so much shooting huning into food for thought a podcast on a mission to equip you with all the evidence based advice. You need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle. I'm rhianna. Dan lambert registered nutritionist bestselling author of reno a simple way to eat well and founder of rechristen london's leading private nutrition clinic in each episode. I'll be joined by special guests all of whom can be considered authoritative voices in health so that together we can live fact from fiction and and empower the healthiest and happiest versions all alice cells with trusted expert advice. Unfortunately of the six point point three billion tons of plastic waste produced since the nineteen fifties only nine percent has been recycled and it's no wonder thousands of tons of plastics caustic at on recycled in landfills it reportedly takes between four hundred and fifty to one thousand years to break down and decompose the worst part of all of this is that plastic breaks down into micro-plastics and ends up in our oceans when announcing devastating levels of habitat destruction destruction at wildlife wipeouts as a result of the seemingly innocent material that we use an abundance every single day the question that we really ought to understand understand is whether it's too late to reverse the effects of plastic pollution so joining me to share how we can take home. One of the biggest threats to nature is is david jones environmentalist and founder of conservation
"david jones" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"David Jones it's got the CEOs traffic and weather together on the eight now expanded traffic cover right at six eighteen and it's been a very rough rush hour let's go right to thirty five V. Brett Gilly it is yeah it's it's it's a disaster let's just let's be honest about it yet an hour and a half the way right now from regal road again southbound thirty five eighty all the way down to Illinois Avenue where the two right lanes are blocked by the fire department to get a very serious accident with an eighteen Wheeler cleared up so you still might want to consider polec as an alternate for those with the very back about all say again consider mocking bird down the Westmoreland Mar salus would normally be a good another good alternate but they've been having problems around winter street what an accident and that's got things very heavy back to clear and then drive northbound thirty five yet the devils or toll wait here's some good news that accident has cleared the jam up from what all is start to relax and westbound little Rogers will soon be picking up speed as well south Dallas we've got a problem westbound twenty this is gonna be Houston school right center lane boy that's not moving at all and so traffic is backed up from about Bonnie view also on that problem that we had to have in Plano Dallas north tollway South Park finally cleared traffic is unwinding nicely thirty five east south in Carrollton it's still just one lane of traffic to the right getting bite sandy lake what lock and still jammed up from the Sam Rayburn tollway art a couple of new issues in fort worth let's look at I thirty Randy fuller east route thirty fours parking accidents blocking two left lanes ants back enough to Montgomery thanks to Tim for that also eastbound thirty two eighty seven M. L. Katie that accidents in the right lane traffic is slow back to Henderson and eastbound Lupe twenty scene of an accident and mark mark for parkway it's on the right shoulder that's clearing off the main lanes with the back of the still there it's almost going to old Decatur and for still eastbound twenty of business to eighty seven tow truck has arrived and blocked that right lane causing stopping go conditions back to thirty five W. speaking of thirty five W. you've got a problem coming from Denton county in Argyle that'll be thirty five south just past Crawford all left lane is blocked here we're not quite back to twenty four forty nine but we absolutely could get there let's check in real quick of regularly get a new problem on west bound thirty this time earlier is the eastbound side it's going to be right around chalk hills kind of on the on ramp from copper hill road to westbound thirty accident the right lanes let's really stacking things up from just before **** will heal and that is steadily trying to push back the Westmoreland now all right thank you Sir I'm joined Rogers next reported six twenty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen well we do have spotty thunderstorms in the forecast for at least parts of our Labor Day weekend the majority.
Seven-round 2019 NFL Mock Draft: Raiders surprise at No. 4, Lock goes before Haskins, Bears start on O-line
"Aradio mock draft special we are on pick number seventeen. Just a quick refresher. For those that are wondering how our top five maybe looked in our mock draft the cardinals going number one there with Hyler Murray. Nick Bosa goes to the Niners Jetsgo Quin Williams. The raiders selecting Oliver at four Josh Allen goes five at six. It was the giants their first pick of round number one going with twain Haskins. And so here they are on the clock at number seventeen in the pick is in. And this pick from the Cleveland Browns and Jake Aspen, you've been picking for the giants of can't get in touch there with Valentine's. So what are the giants day? I liked your picket six for Haskins. What are they doing at seventeen? After finally addressing the quarterback position with Wayne Haskins at number six hours. The giants will then take that pick that they got from Cleveland and flip it into a nother wide receiver to replace owed L Beckham junior. I have the giants taking decay Metcalf here. Okay. Obviously the name we are quite familiar with based on his incredible combine performance, and listen, this is a pick where you could also go defense from the giant perspective. There are some guys that are still out there on that defensive line that could make sense, but we have not had any skill position player go besides Hopkinson the tight end at number nine in our mock to the Buffalo Bills. So I think it's time we get another skill position player here. I think Metcalf is a need. He also very well might be the best player on the board at pick seventeen. And that's why I like the giants to take net calf here. Yeah. We've all seen the photos during his workouts. And you mentioned that the numbers at the combine. But just the photos that were circulating where do one of the most rip people you've ever seen in your life, perhaps certainly from an NFL draft prospect, there's positive negative people. You know, certainly the positive some people on the flip said, well, that's that's great. And all but what what are his hands? Like, what does this affect also his ability? But then we saw a run, but we saw at the combine and what he was able to do not just in the forty time. But even in some of the the cone drills and everything like that. So. I think that's a very likely pick. If in fact, he's there come Thursday night in Nashville, and I wonder, you know, as we see that. This was just our second skill position. I would be surprised not saying we're going to have five or six of them going to top seventeen. But I would be surprised. We don't have three go before. Or at least to go before we get to the giants on Thursday nights far skill positions wide receivers. But in most likely, we would see maybe one other wide receiver go. I mean, the next wide receiver on the board is probably a Hollywood Brown. Right. No question. And I agree with what you're saying. I think traits have a lot to do with that right quarterback start coming earlier than painted here. All of a sudden kind of moves up some of the scope position guys to be available for these teams. So I could absolutely see the scenario playing out where Metcalf in our Bach is going here at seventeen I wouldn't be surprised for team falls in love with him. And they move up to get him. Let's say in the top ten. Yeah. And if you're the giants, you might be willing to even wide receiver certainly need, you might be willing to trade back. In fact, if you feel like you can get a wide receiver. Let's say you like Hollywood Brown better. They said, okay. We'll we'll try back to twenty two. Maybe you're able to get Hollywood. Brown scenarios this Alex, the giants don't take Wayne Haskins at six and then they say, hey, maybe drew lock is our guy if he's still there and our Maki's not, but David Jones is still there in our Machi as a religious with duke's head coach who is Peyton Manning's quarterback coach David cut cliff. So not saying that they're gonna take Daniel Jones because we haven't taking Haskins Fultz if they decided to get cute. Maybe they like, you know, someone at six maybe they take an edge rusher that high pick seventeen also be in the market for quarterback. So that is the pick from New York. That means the Vikings at eighteen on the clock their first selection here and around one of our twenty nineteen mock draft in the pick for the Vikings is
Federal Reserve, Powell And Chairman discussed on Noon Business Hour
"Point two five to two point five percent on that sundry. Let let's go back to the beginning. And explain a simply for us why the fed would go forward or why the fed would hold tight. It's a process. It's a big words that Jesus normalization what defense trying to do with this very hot economy is at least get the target rates. Defense uses the federal funds rate up to what they think is normal, and it's around three percents. So they still have a ways to go just to get the of. Neutral are normal in that funds rave and Powell is determined to get there in a fairly short term on on a fairly short term basis. So it's not a process of feeling that they have to push rates up beyond normal ended tightening territory. They're not of that mind. The danger would be of course, that if they go that far in that passed it would hurt the stock market and the economy, so they're just trying to get to neutral, but they're determined to do so. Any I on the timing. Is there anything to read into the fact that they're having these deliberations two days after the election and not say a week ago today? Exactly, I I think they deliberately wanted to postpone deliberations until after the midterm elections. So that they could not be accused in any way of being political dead at least tries to stay away from that of being political. So they deliberately move this. Meaning to this point. It's also interesting that they I certainly don't expect them to do anything. Shocking at this. Meaning has that been the case throughout history that the Federal Reserve is really been adamant about trying to stay out of the way of the political calendar. So they can't be seen as putting their thumb on the scale one way or the other. That's exactly right. The bike to stay independent doesn't White House. Of course, President Trump is already criticized fed chairman Powell's have for raising rates out to the point that he already has. But depend likes to stay independent. I think Powell is more of an old fashioned central banker in the sense that he is going to stay independent of what the president thinks. And once again is determination is is just to get the neutral of whether that right now, they're stimulates note of the economy. And and that's where he's gonna go. No matter what the president says. Well, the economy has been getting a pretty good numbers in recent months. Do you expect anything from the fed on? That this afternoon. Not much. I think the fed will emphasize exactly as your question suggests very good economy. How in his testimony has emphasized how strong I think he used the word strength like five times in the first paragraph of his policy statement after that September. Meaning he's he's a very strong. I think we might cool off a little bit in the fourth quarter to great quarters four point two percent. It'd be growth in the second quarter three point five in the third quarter. Those are spectacular back-back quarters. Ironically, might drop into say a two and a half to three percent rose range in the fourth quarter. But that's still going to give us a very good year of around three percent. So all all things considered. We we're looking at a good economy. But I think what does that it wants to do. Once it gets the neutralist, it's sort of look around and see. What the economic arising is. So therefore next year the market, I think is looking for three rate hikes. Maybe we'll only get a couple of them wants the vet gives the new drawing then it might go on hold for a while. Well, thank you very much. As always Ivan jury senior analyst he's coming up from Edmunds. We were talking to David Jones, chairman of DMZ advisor and author of the book understanding central banking based in Denver, Colorado. Ivan jury our auto guy coming up next on WBZ 'em where it's twelve fifteen this
Officer, David Jones and Ryan Panel discussed on 24 Hour News
"You remember high school gym ball is much more than just a movie for many all gang up on the week a ones I study of more than two thousand adults indicates that similar experiences shaped their present day, physical activity? I always stay kinesiology and senior author Panteleimon AK caucus via Skype memories of
"david jones" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Homicide charges in connection with a deadly confrontation last year with thirty year old David Jones, Philadelphia PA, Larry crasner making that announcement today. So here's an update on the situation with a homeless man who had a go fund me page is attorney says today, there's no more money left in that go fund me account for a homeless man who used his last twenty dollars to buy gas for stranded driver in Philadelphia. So Kate McClure and her boyfriend, Mark d'amico? They've been in the headlines originally started that go fund me to help Johnny baba. He's the homeless guy after he shared his last twenty bucks to help Kate who was stranded in Philadelphia. So the gofundme campaign raised about four hundred thousand dollars the attorney now says McClure and d'amico. Attorney call today and said they will not be turning over any money because there's no money left. So last month, we've been following the story Bob at filed a lawsuit and the judge agreed filed an injunction that sort of thing. So now, there's an investigation as to where the money went how it was spent and all of that. But that's the update heat advisories again this week, which is why all Philadelphia's schools will dismiss at noon tomorrow that's Wednesday September fifth, and then all after school activities activities, including all athlete programs are cancelled. So without an all the heat on the way. Let's check in now on eyewitness weather meteorologist, Katie Fehlinger and yet another afternoon and evening, featuring high heat and humidity, arcade, advisory lasts until seven pm. And then you're really just stuck with warmth and humidity. The rest of the night down to seventy four degrees. Tomorrow back to sunshine, initially, it's another pretty hot day, isolated showers storm along the way to up to a record-tying ninety two and.
Abby Huntsman In Talks To Join ‘The View,’ Sources Say
"This Beca narrowed her suitors down to two after their dates in, Thailand not in a, cave but in locations including a Buddhist. Temple the musical chairs over at the view could be stopping with the hiring of a number Fox News. Anchor Sarah Haynes recently left to join GM Have, merged express my gratitude I wasn't done being grateful and kind. Of pinching myself for just sitting, at this table will be I, know you've you've, been a fan until Abby Huntsman who, currently co hosts FOX and friends weekend is reportedly. In talks to join the view now the thirty two year. Old daughter of the ambassador to Russia Huntsman would join. Former FOX commentator Meghan McCain daughter of, the Senator the five co Kimberly Guilfoil who's been dating Donald Trump, junior left FOX last, week and back to Hanes she and. Michael Strahan will be co hosting a new show g m a day at one o'clock in the afternoon. It is set to premiere in September Coming up for auction in September That's never dreamed recorded in nineteen sixty three, by David Jones.
Today's top celebrity birthdays list (April 25, 2018)
"Dotcom debbie davis david jones state representative rich sieber and j j jeffrey with celebrity birthdays and our first one is in i believe she was on american idol ray kelly clarkson we're talking about her first american rich kelly clarkson kelly clarkson gotta be she was on there like fifteen years ago she was the first one the first one i'd say thirty four thirty six thirty seven but one bound for you a you got it three six thirty six kelly clarkson and ray one of your favorite people of all time babs streisand celebrates her birthday today about a rich got to be seventy five seventy seven i think it's a good guess i'm going seventy five as well seventysix pulled one dollar for the dempster nice clothes roll right around the book let's hear it this guy i don't know if it's a hero she jordan is the is the person's name jordan fisher tv actor and do we know who he is or she is or okay well let's take a while guests and moving fast forty one twenty six thirty thirty five okay good he's twenty four or she is twenty four chipper jones baseball player i believe for the braves hall of fame baseball hall of fame right fifty forty nine let's see probably forty three forty five almost forty six forty six chipper jones let's hear it okay and i believe this lady has a famous brother well she's as famous as he is shirley maclaine and i think her brother is warren beatty okay hey shirley maclaine up there barbara streisand was seventyfive she's got to be eighty five i'd say seventy seven i go with rich eighty five eighty four put one down for damn again let's go wow wow eighty four years old one of the hallmark christmas movies oh yes that's right she was all right now i need the name rich the years eighteen eighty five american sharp shooter is hired by a guy to be part of the buffalo bills wild west what's the name of that sharp shooter that would be any oakley at danny o'kelly i concur i agree if you serve annie oakley you got it you nailed.
"david jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"And best finish sunday four you're he was on he started on our gang little rascals those rhino mmm mickey argue he was adorable well know until that old shooting earlier so what happens out there number two the cattle have still amazed i have to go back to the restaurant i left my god of the rest of the things to leave they thought checkbook ajay key ellis froze any finally shooting because he left is go ahead side alibi i want to say it was 'vitellone restaurant is that seem rao that sounds familiar link of italo so it's always been a goal of my wont win in california southern california to go to tell as year 43 forty nine to hunger avenue studio city who opens at five p m pacific time right this get over there get yourself a i love my gun back in the restaurant i couldn't not how could i shooter obviously i'm broken up about the death of my crazy wife but there's no way that i could ever lucky my i wanna shot the person who shot mcgahn mbeki get mckenzie carry around and the time you actually need forget it i mean the two quickies ready guys yes category singer david robert jones uh david bowie david jones all right and then the last when you last one is the category is late actor part of a comedic couple in the name as nathan birnbaum china gene wilder movie uh um stiller no no one more will more gas alphand bernardi now segev night dredging could not get night on the result would never to remind he was dodd what about h could man i was a hundred right i you know i don't know a hundred or one hundred one might he put roses on her thing every day i think on her uh crept now i think he showed up every day unless that was implicit thinking no move as the malaysia but i thought george burns did too but he died at age one hundred yes he did he did i'm told ya one george named name you were george george bull boards banana fanciful forge fi fi more jr ego george graci graciously both basic banana fan of fullface defeat family may say gracie as a good one midnight steve glen haege et cetera.
"david jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Post area is linked and david jones you know i love the kid odds are true center he's gonna you know next year and we're going to be counting on him to play uh some minutes horse and uh you know the experience and he's gotten down there this year uh with all the time that the opportunity to play on both ends on the floor and be a main cog to what we're doing down there i think he's gonna benefit us and we certainly love the app lead he's a shot blocker runner um get a role of like a quick cappella but uh and even better athletes has to finish up the last word here when you have these young players like you then talking about is there a time limit in general where you go well if he had stuck within two years or three years maybe is not going to happen forum well i i will say this i don't know if we put a particular year or timeframe on it but depending on where they were drafted how old they are were there at kinda in the in in the scope of the death of our team we certainly evaluate each player every year um or whether it's patrick recall weather let's damien jones quinn cook boucher you know even when we you know drafted in harrison and and klay and at all those guys that were were they going where's their development where do we see them long term with our team so i i think that you know depends on where they're out in their age and the experience that they bring is you know cheered a year and certainly for younger guys and maybe a two year three or window but it's not it's not any longer than that because we know we're we're at and the development him we're we're at if it as a championship team we do need players especially 1 through 10 that can go out and klay on the floor for anywhere from five to ten to twelve fifty let us and they're they're.
"david jones" Discussed on WLOB
"You do that if you're paul a page why would you do that because you're appointing them to a sevenyear term i think it's seven years of which you have no control over once you're appointed and they're and they're reaffirmed by the summit it's over you have no control rollover over this whatsoever you can't fire them you can't do anything to them while aside from the fact that i never liked that idea that you can't fire or never get rid of them i don't at he can't notably wrong yeah he can't get rid of time you can on a justice can be impeached i mean there are things that can happen yeah but it's but this narrative for call it right in and i don't like that aspect but i agree with you whoever did this i mean if if anybody did this it's a stupid move but it where you have no control to make your let's say that there was an agreement or there was an understanding that there was agreement because you know if i say hey look i really would like to make twenty years and i think i want to retire you know i think that's were denying our lives we twenty years in the radio business was enough for me and i think i want to go so i'll be or another whatever and that's what i'm thinking today mmm and the station says okay you know look where we we want you to work with us on a replacement or whatever by fine okay and then when that time comes in like you know i'd 25 looks pretty cool you know i didn't think i'd make 20s the 25 looks pretty cool i'm just saying david jones made a point on monday that is forgotten in america when you hands in a business deal we're talking with a business deal and that's what this is a political business deal but a business deal nonetheless if in fact it happened and i wanna be clear i wasn't there i don't know i don't know what was said but david jones said if you give someone consideration then shooting you should expect equal or better consideration back right and i mean he didn't use those words would that's where he was basically saying.
"david jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Diamond dogs will be aladdin sane it could be low aladdin seen he's were in the trenchcoat kinda thing right let's the sorta cloudy make okay now more like i think it was a vicky start asking thing right darrelle diamond dogs this would be notified remember the name that's got somebody else on that are think andrews on the cover with thus nerveless overplayed david bowie trivia with dog jennings's it was real name was david jones with the popularity of the monkeys with thursday regions the the records centers coolest lays government skill them back to you all right white sharks in astros that i jame shields brad peacock the starters pregame show 635 that's coming up pregame at 710 here on wls cubs and raise underway scoreless in the first jake area we'll be back in the cubs rotation at tomorrow night against the brewers she's been laid up with a hamstring injury is there magic number nine i don't have their magic number in front of goal is here today suntimes says that that that is my that it's my everlasting chagrin i might math skills on magic numbers are deplore just awful yeah mizzou i can't remember how to figure them out it's the only company should a wins as in losses yeah the nine and then it's but doing the math to figure out what a teams vagit number i can't do it i've divided by the square root of nine times how many home runs giancarlo stanton if it today yeah plus german alnour the newspaper figured it out force slowing had good good they say newspapers are dead hardly integral part of the preparation for a white sox pregame show could be hunky dory the david bowie album right enough you win bears guard kyle long told reporters used feeling better wide receiver marcus wheaton did practice today could make his season debut this weekend tanner gentry's back on the bears practice squad they released him yesterday blackhawks won their first preseason game against though don't count until october fifth that's when they open the season they will play another non count team game against the red wings that'd be tomorrow night at the united center on the home of the white sox counter or at night wls edens.
"david jones" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"I think it's because people have a cognitive vice where they think that if they identify a singular exemplar that dismantles the statement that is true at the population level but those people don't know they're fucking dumb they don't they don't know what they sound light when i go well you say seatbelts save lives but dr my dad rolled his jeep chappaquiddick and he was thrown clear of the meyer could've ended up with that secretary down in david jones locker so what do you mean i was like okay that's a that's one case right that's not the role and by the way these guys just go by that when it comes to climate change or smoking or seatbelts our third hand smoke or whatever nonsense their peddling that's all they go by my friends are there's a really nice guy therefore islamists peaceful that's the classic right what what is that it's the opposite of science it's it's basically the inability to think statistically it's the it's in a sense it's a form of narcissism because yes weekly says whatever might individual experience is that's what the state of the world as well we it comes from the i know it because i feel it and you can't talk me out of it with all your data and numbers i had this conversation with my wife and my daughter about a year and a half ago which is my daughter said she felt some way from from what i said she felt hurt or angry or whatever it is and i said well it wasn't meant that way so move on and she said that's the way i feel and i said all right but that's not how it was meant so stop feeling that way and then my wife said you can't tell her to stop her feelings i said yes i can stop it moving on and so like these are my feeling some entitled to them.
"david jones" Discussed on Mogul: The Life and Death of Chris Lighty
"Series even imitations at his wedding weddings like receiving a royal wedding do area was gonna be there david jones better known as the nice he was on a guest list but honestly who's probably the least famous person on that was like a rollcall hip biggest names very wants some nino lee your leos as best man jacob digital digital tough fifty said oh no redefining later crew the wedding was in miami at the vizcaya museum which is a historic call on a state in miami it's beautiful i really produced a spectacular wedding aspect i i looked at it that i produced a spectacular a that had never seen anything like that you know who stated we all hair rooms that like the poor seasons but i saw never standard hotel light that bruno's subdue for whether it was a beautiful moment when tom king for chris of ronna conceded rows kristen safer richer of poorer except for richer and richer of course as well as being sold maverick this wedding was also so hip hop fields the music alone it was great fun rocking classic hip flab in if you knew chris hip hop played everywhere 'hostile hit bob specially throughout his house in the cars and that that the wedding was definitely an old school hiphop vibe.