35 Burst results for "David L"

Davies, Pederson lead Cubs over Pirates 3-2, 4th win in row

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 hrs ago

Davies, Pederson lead Cubs over Pirates 3-2, 4th win in row

"Zach Davies and three relievers combined to get the job done as the cubs defeated the pirates three to two Davies pitched seven shutout innings and only had one strikeout but his sinker was working witnessed fourteen ground outs games like this trying to keep the ball on the grounds as much as possible and just trying to get bad swings think that's where I succeed the most is when you you have often on swings and guys I put the barrel on the ball as much the cubs scored solo runs in each of the first three frames the cubs totaled nine hits on the afternoon with Jack Peterson leading the way with three singles to go along with that RBI and one run scored rex brothers got the last out in the ninth inning for his first save as the cubs have won four straight David Shuster Chicago

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Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 21 hrs ago

Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games

"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry

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Tthe Good and Bad of Islam: David and Mohammad of the Ask an Iranian Podcast

Say What Needs Saying

02:13 min | 1 d ago

Tthe Good and Bad of Islam: David and Mohammad of the Ask an Iranian Podcast

"The good and bad with Islam is obviously a trick questions. So we appreciate that you know. You're testing here. Obviously it's so good Just for the audience then they obviously also know that as well but I'm i made an interesting point before. We were recording a distinction here. Why yeah distinguish between islam and muslims. Because obviously there's nothing bad about islam. Islam is good but Might be mistakes or bad. Things that muslims do as long as flawless muslims are not necessarily flooded so yeah the muslim tapping been doing bad things up history as people do as people to. Yeah so yes. So if there's anything bad about islam it is basically the western depiction of islam. Which is of course There is another method of hostility and animosity to it so it has not been portrayed fairly so by the time. I think we're done with this conversation you'll know and you both will. Number two is as well. Yeah i mean. That's that's the aim absolutely albouy means with. I think we'll hopefully then brandon. You're slowly growing beer. Yeah mentioned and none of my family is recognised. I think is issue. We should probably also preface this by giving a bit of a background as to how Mohammed denied familiar with islam because with a million different ways Mahmad story is is He can explain it. Yeah i was born here. And my familiarity or or Becoming a muslim was. When i was twenty five years old and came to iran for the first time and then checked out my best certificate and realize the i've been claimed muslim At that point Up until then. I grew up in a christian nation in England thinking that i was process protestant christian and Yeah i was corrected upon being twenty-five and coming to

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Judge Strikes Down Federal Moratorium on Evictions

Morning Edition

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Judge Strikes Down Federal Moratorium on Evictions

"Hold on evictions during pandemic, saying the CDC didn't have the authority marketplaces. Nova Sappho is here. What's the immediate effect? Well, David. The judge struck down the evictions moratorium, but then granted a stay on her ruling after that, so right now no immediate effect, while the Justice Department appeals The CDC moratorium is still in effect. The concern is what happens shouldn't appeal court struck down the moratorium, too. Then we could start to see some serious consequences. We spoke about this with Emily Ben for She chairs the American Bar Association's covert 19 Task Force Committee on Eviction. It has the potential to cause widespread eviction to open the floodgates to increase. Health and equity among black and Latin next renters across the country. All right. Don't overdo renters have other protections from eviction. They do. A lot of renters are protected by states of dozens of them have their own moratoriums. Here's Emily bumper again. There are just over a dozen state moratorium remaining across the country at the same time, 19 State governors and state supreme courts have adopted or amended and added to the CDC moratorium locally. So all of this concern about potential evictions and the stay of the judge's ruling. All of this could be blunted by some $50 billion in assistance for renters that Congress has funded. It's been slow rolling out, and groups representing landlords say that's really the answer at this point rental assistance, not more eviction bands, David All right? No, but thank you,

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Biden Wants 70% of American Adults Vaccinated by July 4

WBZ Midday News

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

Biden Wants 70% of American Adults Vaccinated by July 4

"In the fight against covert 19, and the date is familiar. It's July 4th of this year, but now he wants 70% of American adults who have gotten at least one shot by Independence Day. There is resistance, especially in rural America. CBS's David Begnaud continues our coverage. The Biden administration is also planning to work with more local doctors, who they believe will be key to breaking through that vaccine distrust in local communities. Dr. Stephen Lakey is the chief medical officer at a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, in the northern part of the state. There aren't any demographic that are gonna be suspicious or or have not heard the message from either you know, national sources or from national news, And I think having that impact of having our local leaders in those rural environments is gonna be critical. Back in Maryland vaccine administrator Cornell candidate says some people have been able to overcome their vaccine hesitancy. In a game

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Air Force One Contractor Files for Bankruptcy

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:08 min | 2 d ago

Air Force One Contractor Files for Bankruptcy

"For story comes from simple flying dot com air force one contractor files for bankruptcy. Well as you may know. Boeing was previously awarded the three point nine billion dollar contract to convert to seven four seven dash eight to serve as air force one. He's would replace the seven. Four seven dash two hundred that are used. Now and under this program boeing subcontracted. The interiors to company called g. d. c. technics and in april of this year boeing filed a lawsuit against g. Dc technics and canceled their contracts. Well then gtc countersued. Boeing gdp is filing for bankruptcy protection. Under chapter eleven boeing says. Gd c. hasn't met their obligations and his twelve months behind schedule. Gd countered claiming that boeing was mismanaging the program and owed the company more than twenty million dollars in payments. So little little snafu there. The aircraft being dash are bigger newer than the seven. Four seven dash two hundreds David you know. Where are there additional capabilities. That are expected to be built into this. Or is it just a a refresh of the aircraft. I could tell you. But i'd have to kill you. I'm sure most of most of the upgrades were classified. But keep in mind that. These aircraft were originally designed to be passenger aircraft and were almost finished as such so basically the vip interior that is going to be in them For the president and the press etc basically you have to rip out the interior. That's in them and put in this do vip

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Trump Launches New 'Communications' Platform

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:07 min | 2 d ago

Trump Launches New 'Communications' Platform

"In just over. Two facebook's oversight board will render its decision on whether donald trump gets to go back on his facebook and instagram accounts. Those were shut down. After the january six insurrection. At the capital in the meantime as marketplace's nova safa reports trump has launched a new blog as a workaround donald trump's new blog on his website has tweet like missives from the former president which others can share on twitter and facebook. The blog went live yesterday. Well trump aids have teased at the impending launch of a new social media platform. They were quick to clarify that. The new blog is not that platform there have been multiple reports saying trump is interested in starting his own media company that after the facebook and twitter bands went into effect following the capital insurrection. Both companies cited risks of trump inciting further violence since then trump has gotten around the band's by doing interviews on friendly news outlets and by e mailing statements to reporters meanwhile the social media companies decisions. Twitter's is a permanent ban have drawn criticism from republican lawmakers and energized efforts to reform social media

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Kershaw Goes 1 Inning in Shortest Start, Cubs Top Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Kershaw Goes 1 Inning in Shortest Start, Cubs Top Dodgers

"David Bowie came through with the game winning RBI single in the ninth inning as the cubs defeated the Dodgers forty three for a double header sweep the lead see sawed throughout with Ellie tying it at one in the seventh time Max Muncy is home run and then they took a three one lead in the eighth inning with Justin Turner also going deep but healthier by is tied at three with a two run blast of his own before bodhi came through in the night in the opener to Clayton Kershaw lasted only one inning his short distance ever in the regular season the Dodgers have now lost eight of ten David Shuster Chicago

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Live in 5th Dimension and 500+ LOC Energy Field

Merkaba Chakras

01:53 min | 3 d ago

Live in 5th Dimension and 500+ LOC Energy Field

"Well time to a nether episode of moore kaba child rise. I'm your host vaughn goats and day. We discuss how to make your home phone. And any inanimate object resonate at a five hundred or higher energy field according to dr. David are hawkins map of consciousness. Students and engineers clayton stedman and jeffrey stegman. These two gentlemen found a way to create technology that sends the higher levels of consciousness to clients all over the world which benefit every sentence being within a three hundred feet radius. So with clayton jeffrey. Welcome to macabre chaka's thank you yeah This is going to be a fun one but you guys have this very wonderful wonderful tradition. That you guys do before you start any Any of these interviews in which is to kind of set a rare with some positive intentions blessings for the audience. That listens to it. So i'm going to give you the platform and go ahead and begin one of the things we typically do is we We say a little prayer before meetings. Nfl f. e. and we find that when we have a little moment of silence of say a few few invocations and express our gratitude that our meetings go while we started this with web web ours. In and podcast. So we'll just share that with you. So i'll go first and then invite von to Can wrap it up if that works for everybody.

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Will Burrard-Lucas: Photograghing the Black Leopard

The Candid Frame

02:16 min | 3 d ago

Will Burrard-Lucas: Photograghing the Black Leopard

"How far would you go to make that special image. How much time would you dedicate for the possibility of making that photograph for british wildlife photographer. Wilbert lucas. It was a matter of years until he was finally able to photograph. One of africa's rarest big cats the black leopard in his book the black leopard. He discusses the details of this challenge as well as many years creating stunning images of the continent's legendary animals including lions elephants and more he shares. How his inventions of his unique camera buggy and trump's open door to many of his classic photographs including those of the black leopard. This is ebonics. And welcome back to the candid frame. I'm enjoying the book. Oh good thank you very much. Yeah commend you on your writing. It's a nice read. I think david put a lot of effort into that side of it. Because i wrote it during lockdown say. Suddenly everything else is planned with sort of out the window. dedicates early. Nice amount of time to yet. Just i guess working attacks getting nice concise. I think it was a good time that if you're putting some sort of project off that didn't require being out somewhere yeah exactly. I'm not something like that out. It was a really good. The end project Issue but first off. Welcome to the show really glad to have you. Thanks yeah your pursuit of making this. This image of this black leopard is really fascinating. Certainly want to spend a good amount of time talking about that. But i thought i start because in reading it. They were just a whole variety of challenges that you faced in terms of being able to make those images and you know you had a lot of experience photographing a lot of different wildlife in a variety of different circumstances. What do you think were some of the the skills in sort of the talents that you developed over the years that you feel like were invaluable towards making the set up particularly images happen.

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Is Krejci Still a Viable Player for the Bruins?

Bruins Beat

01:08 min | 3 d ago

Is Krejci Still a Viable Player for the Bruins?

"Krejci is still going to be David krejci this year. He's still going to have to change plan. A forty Fifty Point Pace over a full season still be good. Still dragged along, whoever whatever Wing is he's got, but you have Charlie Coyle. Who's getting paid like a top-six guy, would you expect him to make that jump up? You expect Jackson eager to really crack through and, you know, people who thought he was going to be up like The Calder or what-have-you or at the very least, be a guy that was going to flash a lot of practice that you could see him getting a full-time job. Next year, obviously that has not panned out either a guide for both coil and Sydney, so I think you look at this team and it's subject. Forecast years from now, what to expect from his team. But you look at the way they're playing right now and the piece that they have in place. It's not out of their own possibility to think that if you co-sign crazy and and Hall again and get a lot of these pieces back, you could run it back with the same group for another year or, or to even and still be a pretty viable Contender just the way they're playing off. So I think that's the only option that brings really have at this point is bringing back David krejci. Now granted

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US Unlikely to Achieve COVID-19 Herd Immunity, Experts Say

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:38 min | 4 d ago

US Unlikely to Achieve COVID-19 Herd Immunity, Experts Say

"In the U. S slipping, and some health experts are telling The New York Times they fear that the prospect of achieving herd immunity Is slipping away as well. CBS medical contributor Dr David Egas joined us earlier to talk about what he thinks of the experts assessment of of not making herd immunity in the U. S. If you look at the data if we could get another 15% vaccinated compared to the UK in Israel, you'll see a dramatic drop in the number of cases in the United States. Hopefully, the visor vexing will be approved for ages. 12 to 16, which will add many more million people in line for vaccine. Nation, So I really believe as we get the vaccine approved for kids, we're going to get near her immunity. I think we could do it. It is worrisome, though, the drop in the number of people lining up over the last several weeks Now, if we don't reach the herd immunity threshold. Should we be prepared for large scale flare ups over time? Or will we be able to declare victory? If we have shielded the most vulnerable populations from this virus? You know, I think, obviously feeling the vulnerable is critical. If you will. Limit some of the ravages of virus is causing. We're seeing now hospitalization, seeing younger individual as the virus starts to attack them, and they start to let down their guard with behavior. So without her immunity, we're not going to be where we want to be. And I think we may get to wait to tear class of society where there's the vaccine and the UN back today with some of the privileges and obviously there are a lot of objections to that. But we're going to have to say to people. If you aren't vaccinated. We can't chance. You spreading the virus. More Dr. Switching gears a little

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The Future of Understanding the Future

Future of Tech

01:46 min | 4 d ago

The Future of Understanding the Future

"They've hidden and in today's episode. I'm happy to have a professor david. Passey who is futuristic. I believe i read all of your books Maybe i missed one but I hope i read all of them student and looking Forward for this For this chat for a long time so many question. I have and maybe before we start for those who who are a bit you know far away what. What does it mean futuristic. Or how do you define this kind of a field in science well. Futures studies are a branch of different day. Other scientific field scolded systems thinking. We are actually trying to understand. How systems are evolving basic idea or the basic assumption in future studies is that there is imminent logic with eating a assistance. They did systems what didn't call system socialist. It doesn't matter and whenever we stumbled on illogic not. It's not an easy thing to understand how the logic behind it systems but when we stumbled on a logic we bench with the on nate charts. We give it validity scientific validity and with bowl skied of models. Were trying to figure out the next stage of the system. And that's basically what we go futures starving it's not the Or whatever because we believe that there is infinite

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The Tweed Creeper: David Russell Williams

Serial Killers

01:32 min | 4 d ago

The Tweed Creeper: David Russell Williams

"One night in two thousand seven forty four year old david russell williams snuck out of his home and ontario canada leaving his sleeping wife in bed while she laid undisturbed he snuck down. There dimly lit street and headed toward the neighbor's house. These were close friends of russell and his wife or at least as close as they had those days they'd had dinner with them several times and even gone to the lake to fish together. But this wasn't a casual drop by between friends. Brussel had something else in mind entirely. He stopped outside the house and confirmed what he already knew that the family was gone for the weekend smiling. He entered their home through an unlocked door. It wasn't the first time he had done such a thing. This was his third time breaking into this home and this time he knew exactly what he wanted. He made his way up to their daughter's bedroom where he searched her drawers until he pulled out a pair of underwear strip down and put them on before laying down on the bed and pleasure himself as he did so he took pictures eager to document the entire experience and then when he was done russell quietly left. The bedroom crept downstairs and returned home then hours later he got up and went to work as the commanding officer of canada's largest air force base.

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Be Still Before God (Psalm 46:10)

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:02 min | 4 d ago

Be Still Before God (Psalm 46:10)

"Som- chapter forty six verse ten. Be still and know that. I am god. I will be exalted among the nations. I will be exalted in the earth. The first part of that verse may be one of the most famous sentences in the songs a good reminder to all of us on a daily basis to be still to just stop each day and especially amidst challenges and trials and tribulation which is what the psalm is all about from the very beginning. God is our refuge and strength and ever present help in trouble and then he begins to describe how the earth gives way and how desolate abroad on the earth and wars in the earth. So there's a whole picture of tribulation in turmoil here that we're all familiar with when our hearts are restless whether it's things going on specifically in our lives our families or in the world around us to stop and be still you think about exodus chapter fourteen win. God gave this similar commanders people when the egyptians were about to overtake them at the red sea he said stop be still says the lord will fight for you. You have only to be still. And god splits the red sea in half and it is good to good practice to sit before god in silence and two and stillness and to remember. He is god and he is all that you know about. He is good he is just his merciful.

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How AI Will Impact the Future of Jobs and Work

HumAIn Podcast

01:39 min | 5 d ago

How AI Will Impact the Future of Jobs and Work

"Back listeners. The humane podcast today. We are continuing to talk about the future of work whether work as the new normal with his work in the post pandemic world and work continues to expand. I'm pleased today to have on the show. Jeff wald who's the founder of work market and. We have some great history together being involved with some of the same company so jeff. Thanks so much for joining us on show david. Thanks so much for having me. I am really looking forward to this conversation today because as we look forward to the future of work in the world. There's so much to talk about. And our shared history is with adp the payroll company which has done break things around payment providers and keeping companies afloat during the pandemic actually for the day to day operations. But before we move into those hot topics and and the future. Let's start with the history. What is work markets. And what is some of the exciting work that you've been doing in this space. So work market is enterprise off. Further enables companies to organize manage and pay their freelance workforce. So we built by far the largest enterprise software platform for the on demand economy not a marketplace where consumers can go but just the software that helps companies to manage that very important and growing part of their workforce. We found the company. Two thousand and ten we raised one hundred million from softbank in union square ventures and a few others and three years ago. We were lucky enough to find a great partner to continue the growth of the company and eighty p as adp purchase work market.

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Why Jewish Fiction? With David Hirshberg

Judaism Unbound

02:12 min | Last week

Why Jewish Fiction? With David Hirshberg

"Hershberg welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. Thank you very much. It's nice to be we both of you. Well where starting this kind of series which is distributed through the next few months where we're talking to a number of authors of fiction from a jewish perspective or from a jewish point of view or about the jewish experience Last week we talked to some folks who are earlier in their lives who are writing fiction and this week. We're talking with you. Who is somebody who came to write fiction after a long career as moore. I'm wondering a little bit if you could talk about where that impulse to write. Fiction comes from at this stage of your life and you're trying to do by now becoming a novelist. I spent a career in in biotech developing drugs and about four or five years ago. I decided that i needed something. A second act in. I always wanted to write and fishing was what i wanted to write so i decided to do something i wrote. I wrote it off. And when i was finished with our very proud and then did probably the best thing i've ever done. I deleted it. It was one hundred. Twenty four thousand words and out of that between fifteen. Eighteen hundred words were preserved and those preserved words went into my first book called my mother son which came out three years ago. The decision to to write was one that. If i didn't start doing it. I would have one of these regrets. Later on rai would say. Oh i could have done this. I'm so disappointed. I didn't do that. And the worst thing would happen. Since i did on my own was it wouldn't be very good and no one else would no. I wouldn't suffer any of the negative consequences. I was lucky when i sent chapters around to people who said they likely very much and they continued to push me to write at. That was at the same time. I was leaving last. Ceo job in biotech. And so now. I have more time to write. Although i'm advising a few companies now it doesn't take too much.

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The Host: The Story of Late Night TV

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

The Host: The Story of Late Night TV

"Night feed island. When i was really young. I began by listening to late night. Shows from bedroom down the hole in my house in brooklyn. My dad would be up late watching and laughing. I can still hear that laughter. Dad was a big fan of steve allen. Who started the whole thing on. Nbc's tonight show in the nineteen fifties. Steve allen has had a huge influence on all the late night hosts who followed especially with the wild stunts used to try like diving into a tub jello. Continued doing stuff like that david. Letterman once famously jumped against a wall wearing a velcro suit. Dad got a lot of laughs. Out of things like alan covering himself in teabags and jumping into a pool then he got a different kind of laugh from the next tonight host. Jack parr who conversation and wit in hollywood one day. You're putting your footprints in cement. The next day nixing it and then came the king. When i was very very young might first memories are watching johnny carson. That's the voice of one of tv's latest and freshest late night hosts amber ruffin and him. Having the coolest delivery i've ever seen a year in which america spent two hundred billion dollars on defense and that was just for condoms that coolness unmatched

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"david l" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"david l" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

"Everybody and welcome to the now. Weekly podcast i'm your host joshua garth. What's going on everybody all right. We have david from injured authority back on the show. And if you haven't noticed we actually took we kind of took christmas off. I really wanted to have hymie on for one of the last episodes of the year but he was actually travelling a little bit. He was trying to get back home and with the scheduling and whatnot. We just decided you know what. Let's take christmas off so hopefully everyone had a good rest. But for the final show of this year on this actual day. I actually just got done recording. This on new year's eve and i'm releasing it as soon as possible I just invite you guys are just hang out with me and best friend. David amal So we talk about Well first of all we do the check in and we get a little bit nerdy with gaming and stuff in the first half but then the back half of the episode is actually all about our favorite stuff from twenty twenty. We go on a bunch of different tangents honestly. This is just an opportunity for us to be able to hang up. We ring in the new year. And i hope that you are Open to kicking it with us on this episode. So if you have nothing else to do right now. I just turn on this episode. Have it in the background and kick it with myself and david l. Enjoy i did not come into the show with any plans. Like i really did. Not like i just thought you know what it's the last day of the year and We should do a one because we ended up kind of taking a week off because of christmas four hymie. He went back to honduras and let. Let's say the scheduling really nuts because of his flying and whatnot. So we weren't able to do A podcast. I really wanted hymie on for the christmas episode But to give them a bit of a break because he's probably dealing with the last stuff down there i just. Hey let's call up. David david hill andrew authority here and Yeah just chill out for the last day of the this might even be a slightly shorter podcast So usual thing just going to check in. How's been david. How's how has december treated you.

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"david l" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

04:59 min | 4 months ago

"david l" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Hi everyone sophia. Bush here welcomed a work in progress. Where i talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are and where. They think they're still going dan progress. I am thrilled to hear my conversation with an incredible and amazing. Wordsmith is adventurous self examining in dedicated to evolving and helping others as well feels incredibly timely as we look toward immune year. Today's guest is mr david white. David is an accomplished poet and associate fellow at say business school at the university of oxford. He grew up in yorkshire to an irish mother and english. Father and his love of poetry in the natural world started very early in his life rather than formerly study poetry and literature. David took a different path and earned a degree in marine. Zoology after being inspired by jacques still he was in nature guide in the galapagos islands and lead tours in himalayas. All of his adventurous travels ended up leading him right back to poetry. David has published several books of poetry and prose. including the ballon. The blackbird everything is waiting for you and the house of belonging he also has the unique credential bringing poetry into the corporate world for the purpose of enhancing leadership. Today's episode david and i discussed the robustness of vulnerability being ravished by the natural world. And how sometimes you have to start undoing yourself. In order to progress we sat down the zoom to share ideas about destiny. Finding yourself and how poetry is in his words a language against which we have no defenses. If you've been hoping to see a little more poetry in the worldly this.

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"david l" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

03:37 min | 5 months ago

"david l" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

"Have you. I've had you onstream yard before right like we've messed around with these inc. Sell their plan really easy. And it's this is literally one of those companies that sort of they were around for a little bit and then cove it hit and then it was like this is one of those indispensable tools now. It's so nice. I mean this is of all the subscriptions that i have bought and i bought a lot of them in twenty twenty. This is the one that has paid the most dividends for sure. Anyway david back on the show all right. So i got no i. I figured we would just get on. We haven't really been able to kick it for a little while <hes>. Busy with stuff. It's one of those like typical things this year. Where like we don't fall off the face of the planet but it's more like one message every five days and very infrequent comparatively. Yeah well. let's see how you've been for for the last like so long. I don't know. I don't even remember when you were on the show weeks. I guess i remember doing my darkroom. But it's been a while. I don't know what has happened in the last few weeks. There been anything that's happened. Did the iphone reviews that took up a huge portion of my life. Because i did all four. Oh god yeah. I did written components of all four. And then i did a video component of the rig the pro in the regular one in the mini. So what were what. Were your verdicts on them. Because i think this is always one of those really interesting things. Because when you and i were working together at andrew authority it was always really interesting for people to hear what andrew authority guys thought of the iphones <hes>. Yeah i mean. I still like trying to i. O s a lot. It's just. I dunno it's too simplistic in i. Every time i jump back onto like a pixel five or something. I'm just like this is so much better from a software experience but at the same time. There's so many benefits to being on ios if you have other apple devices that just can't be matched by other companies. So it's it's hard because like a lot of people have started messaging me now. Because they saw that i was using an iphone recently and then they just a now they'd like won't message me on the other platforms that i have to do all carey so don't carry phones and it's like you know but yeah. It is a dual career at this point. But i have to admit i'm still doing my my content on the iphone twelve's basically <hes>. I haven't said this on any platform yet. An david david noses because i've told like him and maybe just isa. I'm trying to log miss. It's not as easy as it's never easy. But i figured this year figure this year is the time to try because we're not going anywhere but yeah i'm going to be doing all the iphone stuff over the next few weeks leading up to christmas. All that stuff. Plenty of plenty of videos in the works. I don't know the iphone. Twelve pro has been a comfort zone. I find myself back to it. Because as you said it's a little simplistic yeah. That's fair i don't know like i. I just keep coming back to it. Though i will say. And i've i've been ranting about it for years that i hate the mac models because they're always like big and loud. I might actually keep this one of the max. Yeah i think the flat sides actually help. Yeah i'm i'm using the mini right now.

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"david l" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"david l" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Hi. How are you look. Good i'm good. Where are you at in time and space. I'm in space in boston a time. I'm at three in the afternoon. Relaxed happy walked beautiful day. In if you don't mind me asking who are you quarantining with getting new word. Fafa cab longa where you're going on vacation. All what are your chance of quarantining with your pod. Yes a my pod. Since february has been my husband. Who's a doctor. So that has its various complications. As what is my tickets. Okay yeah so. It's kind of fascinating. Because he's been very much on the forefront of a lot of what's been going on and it's been really interesting well then this question might not apply to you because if he's been so busy in his normal routine as it sounds like maybe he has. Maybe you guys have not succumbed to the same. What seems like kind of universal stress between couples. I know my wife. And i have had some real major ups and downs and most of our friends. I think this new living arrangement where you're with each other twenty. Four seven is presented all these new issues. I mean i think it's a whole new world that we negotiating and navigating in so many different ways. And i think both of those words come in for us. He's being his normal thing but we still are at home. We homeschooling two kids. We have been doing this since february. He came to me in december. Like those things going to be big. Buy toilet paper and i was going and.

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"david l" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

The Wedding Street Podcast

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"david l" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

"This trough. I need a catchy title downside I needed. That's the thing if I was to ever be successful as you guys and have my own workshop I definitely have free booze at the workshops. Important to have a great sense of humor. No, Joe. Exactly. Yeah. So are you happy then? Yeah I'm happy Dude Dave I mean I feel like end to both the really cool question until you're really good joke and I've got no. Hope I've told you about me. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, and like it's been perfect Buffet Co.. Thanks so much for me. He's been has been really great chauncey about definitely Sammy. Of what's been meet you know it's amazing. What whether you want sold over? We need we need another be Oh, you need when I'm GonNa get to Sweden. Switzerland. Same thing, right. So. What what he lend their go making myself seem ignorant. Not, it's all now me pleasure you're absolutely very down to Earth Easygoing Guy I. Definitely got that from you. The first time we met at the workshop and. Opposite ends of the room and anyway all the Peter. L. Elder piece of. Still. Lights. Yeah. It's been a pleasure Dave. Thanks. To get. Anything might. The bar cost..

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"david l" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

The Wedding Street Podcast

07:40 min | 9 months ago

"david l" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

"Back. So thousand eleven or twelve, and and even even though the walls more patients in that was settled, there was the majority was still very much documentary. South. COMPENSATES TO DON's. Going by said about about my family day weddings. That was just the kind that's the pages that appeal to me the the real moments and I think. It's more popular now than ever since it so like. Market yourself then as documentary stars photographer or is that just coming naturally? I do have words website live I don't like. Feel like an impulse to sometimes if Komo's documentary talk, then the people who pure documentary photographers Mike. Documentary. photographer. Talk 'cause I. I I don't today. But. If I'm Brian. Ingraham's do they know a document you means I don't know. Buster thing before I did weddings I wouldn't know D'Amato documentary. Dear like right down as violence pictures you know that's what I would have thought. Documentary sommes fell audio and stuffing as well. Meant David Attenborough Documentary David. Ember skulls. Style has been mixed kind of what I'd say mine's like really. You've got the documentary style plus you do touch on rates and I read like you might do ten fifteen minutes and that's kind of my take on it as well. I'll do two to ten fifteen minute best candidate day one of the one after noon. Because I like to just know that I've got something in the by going if weather change and then my favorite ones like on I'm sure as. Low Nice lights evening. To The mail you know and they've had a few drinks and. And they've been more relaxed. When. You look for your gallery Dave. Your style very much appeals to my. You seem to naturally gravitate towards those low dynamic range, very high contrast images and those type of images. I just absolutely love. It's just it's Volvo ethic naturally, I am so. Again I was looking buckets, impeach today and Douala quite light some of the shots surprisingly. The editing was all over the place. You know coffee is gone I. Think he was around about sixty miles seventeen when. And When I met you on Alamos Workshop Law School who are looked at my style and y lights and what was into in how wants develop and two things are wants to get better documentary stuff which is why I? Wo- shop on the whites who also even 'cause fairly competent answer easing lion flash a thought I'd like to find cheer net. and. Sofa booked tone with with Neil Radford one of his workshops an offset both al-anon. Neil. Become. Allies think pretty good friends now so The one of the things are gone from the worship in particular was he uses a he used A. Exposes for the highlights and he was saying, you just got to block the highlights. So from taking one point on board. Then, fed into my love of composition and starting to see more shapes and things in the competition. But from the highlights if some yoga photographer looks like Econ sees you squint squinting all the time. That's why look old on. To now and I've got these birds is. Just looking for highlights and shadows on a sight seeing shapes and compositions from knots and and. then. Fed into my style and I started favoring a warmer constant warmer set fixed white balance and I think that's I spend style. And the things that people. Say Normal People's eyes don't tend to you know realizes there. Yep. Absolutely and searching shapes like that you mentioned this is makes perfect sense I remember in on the nine dots gathering. Fair Eurispes was walking through his process and the first thing he does is he switches his camera to black and white, and he takes all of his photos in black and white. So even on his preview, it's all black and white even though later he will then release it as a color image but the reason he does that is so he can really see the shapes. He doesn't want to be distracted by color and he's just looking for shapes highlights and shadows interested in. Different people do different things, right. I mean, that's really interesting. I, mean me personally I condemn how? is still by someone says, Oh, we live picture but I've Got Cola mccaw. If you want pink skin tones. Yeah. So it's definitely a brave move taking them in black and white Balkan totally. Understand the process during that. That's that's the beauty with digital photography. You can shoot and black boy and then choose later you know you can. You can put it back in color. Okay. I know I've never used black and white mode in the so didn't I think Just. The bucket, the image. Of My. Gotcha. I'm not very technical as my. Job hungover technically, and when you're new to photography and you take you by your first DSL, our camera you start in in p mode or automatic mode or whatever, and you gradually progress onto manual mode and so on and so on and with straight photography you want exactly that p mode you want it to be point and shoot. We have these really fancy a high end expensive cameras and they are literally in point and shoot mode I will never used Montgomery manual settings and. I did I did try I gave go is also. After hearing recommendations from other tokens, but it didn't work for me because exposures was Brian I won't to I'm Manila and I tried it. But when I was eating was still film. So I'm just completely used to do it will manual. Yep. Yeah. But as I say felt like the street photography. You said. Higher Aperture. So you kind of know you of your own, which is going to be you know his focus seeking. Setting. Yeah. So you know what's going to be infocus near enough near as damn it. You know. Whereas on a on a wedding. Not. A good idea of in lower apertures you after you know autofocus be. Bang on really. Yes have you always being? Industry talk before you went to. No, like literally in the last eighteen months. Because I ended up doing a few weddings abroad and then you know sit down time. Did you noticed? New. Yeah 'cause obviously town time when you walk on coup villages and streets and you just you just think. Taking my DS allows are. Obviously big and clunky and yeah I just got more and more into and I love. I think the wedding photographer, you know being a professional photographer street photography is just a natural. It's just a natural thing to happen I. Mean I agree one hundred exactly. You're going to do it. You'RE GONNA. Try I mean you when you go on holiday, you're going to bring your camera with you and there's only so many pictures of landscapes and. Of Your Wife and kids that you can take, you know you wanna you.

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"david l" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

The Wedding Street Podcast

08:20 min | 9 months ago

"david l" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

"Ways re-pot cost. Amongst the chaos. We're hey, top of the Martin de Danny, boy? Top of the afternoon here in Sunny Cheltenham's in England how Europe and not too bad not too bad keeping ticking over you know all we can do indeed indeed. So what's new pussycat? Tom Jones in about. Tom Johnson up through doesn't he? He's he's remember the TV show. What was it called? The voice long is that But he's not. A, what he said he was lost was home. My mom was watching it and was that a repeat or you know. One thousand nine, hundred, seven of embarrassed myself I could just call my mom mom. Of Editing men too long balloons out from a house. She's my mom that's not allowed. Now. I won't be low back in now. Honestly, I'm going to make a point of tagging this this podcast. Look. She is she would know who I'm speaking to. You Call Your Dad Pulps. Of I call him John by but that that. All right. call my that helps I call do data obviously. So. Yeah I missed. Dot. New Call Most as though facetime may try and facetime me, and then this is my dad's knee or you know. Technology Yeah Yeah Yeah no I'M GONNA. Say My mom used to call face timing space timing. Vote it was called Space Time. Space Time. Oh Yeah. One of the best is like trying to teach you how to use the Internet. Browser. Typing the boss. What? Move back on. For. Travelling to Australia years ago now. So I rented up my house move back mom and dad mom was happy dot probably wasn. But he had to go with it. Flab Dad was your WIFI password. Really didn't WanNa give me. Because I might break it. All download something I shouldn't. Dot Com break. It's a midday. Fasting I spent some time on my dad not too long ago. He had an accident on his motorbike and we were we were yeah. We were over looking after him. And I took the opportunity to sort out the back of his TV with the absolute nest of Cables Ehab behind there. So when I did all of that he he wasn't happy at all really. Think I spent the rest of the time. Always they're teaching him how to use the TV correctly. God bless. Like iphones and apple devices, which are very very intuitive to use. Have you seen the new iphone se by the way I did say, are you an iphone? Fund, you have an iphone well I do I do have one usually get one every two years. Yeah. No, I think it's a really nice. One I. I just can't get over the thousand pound phone thing I just think it's so stupid Yep rob is the biggest geek I know. So any advice I asked is always Anything Technical Robert. self-confessed. Geek. I just love why don't you work for Apple? Because it's in America, it's an America. It you'd have to go to Silicon Valley. So we. Say Yes but do they have their own circuit designers integrated circuit designer indeed also? Sprinkles you words. Google you yeah. They outsource a lot of their development and there is a few companies in Zurich in Switzerland actually that design stuff for apple like the microphones inside the apple devices, the cameras stuff like that. So you could are I could in theory going and work for one of those. But they are massively demanding if they have a deadline and they have a product launch that means that you need to release your design on time, there's no leeway for delays. So you can imagine that's quite a stressful environment to work in when I was younger, I used to imagine like working for Formula One teams as an engineer, but they have such a hard life. I mean they work so much so are up that Korean Robert come on I just like having a bit of a life as well. You know I am career driven, but to a point, I also have two other life as well. Yeah. Important you only get one of them. So you need to enjoy in the moment indeed analysts too serious. Let let's go into something else. Talk about sex baby. Let's talk about you and me. Only, good things and the bad things that may be, let's talk about. Let's not talk about sex wherever let's not I think it'd be a bit occurred because we have a guest on today who I met in the Bah in London up to me and drink. So obviously, they get Kaikai high up in the rankings and the friend rank INS pretty soon you know definitely, we're slandering ball. I, don't. I don't think I did. Exactly. So you're just below I. Guess. I think you bought me a drink. Less small again. New obviously obviously. So. Today's guest is a good lad cold David skulls. WHO's from book north? Northern accident is from a place called trae throw, which I believe is kind of south of Manchester and all these my geography having meant. So yeah, he's from the north of England and I met him in London on a very nice job on a very good photographer who? As a good mix, I think with his photography's wedding photography variety through the day. and. Yet David has a little bit of what I'd call a little street photography emphasis as well in pots of his weddings which obviously we love the street photography. So I see a bit allowed element in his work trillions BURLINGTON. So. Should we should? We say hello and? GET HIM ON. Look. Parker. Seeking the stillness amongst us. Morning elimidate. Hello. How are you getting on getting you Sunday morning? You Hang I'm not hung over. I fell asleep spent a few weeks. Of It being my daily now so Right. Now, we were having policies the first few weekends just US obviously. Lunatic but house. Just you know just may have an. Mostly me. As. Good to have you on fifth. Yes. Thank you. I've been reading your bio on your website. And I just want to read the first sentence. There's nothing I love more in life than a good laugh. I reckon I have a great sense of humor takes up. Prove it exactly. Give us your best joke. You know hundred dollars I wish you'd let me give me a heads up on the. Suspect. I don't know. The best jokes can be rehearsed is a joke only rob. Is the brains is a clever. I think I've ever met. That's not true then. So yes, David, how're you keep in obviously a bit of a crazy time for all not just photography obviously yeah but how you get on Getting find the thing you know I've just. Been Quite Nice ages out because of trauma pulses spin. For. The first time in about five or six years I've got absolutely no weddings to it. So I've been out to empl gained starting today website work.

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"david l" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"david l" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

"Google fits and then use this really horribly design interface to like. Tell it that you're going on a run. It's it's just APPs on watches. Don't make sense to me. It's so much extra effort. Yeah the only I would prefer you naturally. Yeah the only by US including on that hybrid. You're wearing is the timer three minutes for green tea. Five minutes for Blackie. That's it on uniform. All I like this for is the fact that it tells me the time whether and pedometer that's all I care about and like it sinks to my google fit to. Yeah so probably the only the only notification that I really need from it and I said this in my last wearable in the Pixel Buds Review. The only notification. I need is telegram that way I know if you message me if messaging I know of high message. That's it. I don't need every email to come in. I don't need every comment come in like. I don't need any of that stuff even instagram. I don't care if an instagram notification comes in I instagram notifications turned off which I feel kind of bad about 'cause people sometimes I just do not see them but also can i. Can I say how awesome it is that we've gotten so many people the switch to telegram I almost? I almost tweeted today like attention. If you're still on WHATSAPP I'm no longer going to message you on there. There's there's only three people left. That are only on WHATSAPP. And I'm just like why do I go through the burden of like installing this and backing it up and then sinking and it's so annoying and like it doesn't have to have? There's a web APP for it but not a desktop APP and it's like this is horrible. The whole scan a barcode thanks. I remember having to do that with every computer. I was just like scan. Oh Oh now I have a new phone recognizing you're scanning chrome chrome updates. Its Lake and it's like I don't even know what what was the last phone I use. That had WHATSAPP on it. So I don't I don't want to like I don't want to sink my last sync because I probably messages between then and it's just so dumb like So bad I just I want. I want everyone to be on telegram. I even I even got my group to move to telegram. Well you're not using you discourse group like that make more sense. Well we use discord like for voice but telegram telegram for alerting each other that we wanna play basically. Yeah I'VE BEEN ADDED TO CALL OF DUTY WARZONE. Discord E E in south with that are playing right now but they're addicted. I'm very I'm so jealous as a solo creator. I know I'm on the pocket now account right now but as a solo creator. I guess jealous of them. Because it's like. Yeah you guys are way more success with the nine that you can play. Warzone Day. God Yeah what it's worth. Also my pixel buds are starting to hurt my ears for what it's worth. It's been an hour or something like that we've done in our and twenty which by the way that flew by like we we have just had a great time talking here and these are this is what eight weeks in quarantine has become is. When I do. We don't video chat that often so it's like true catching up in the same way. Yeah which is what. I want these to be every single week and people get to join us in the chat. I also re uploaded to. Tv's of anybody on instagram. And they and they make once you make it to that portion of the field where you already saw that photo you can. Come over to the EDGY TV. Feed all right cool. Well I mean a little bit over an hour. Thank you so much for being on David. Going to let know where to find you and what What to watch of yours plug anything you want. If you want to see the one photo I post a year. My instagram page. Then go ahead and cloak on my name. David Mel on Instagram. I'm at David. David Mel on Twitter D. R. V. I D. I M. E. L. That's my biggest social platform. I really liked twitter a lot in less. I don't but you know I. And if you WANNA see like my written and video android authority dot com slash author slash David Mel. If you WANNA see my personal photography and also other projects go to my website which is David L. Dot Com. All right cool. I had one last thing that I wanted to put out there but I just is okay. Oh well we got one question about the Pixel five hundred sixty four eight. We don't even know all I know. Is that the Pixel apparently is delayed again so caught like dude like I need a new founder of you otherwise. I don't know what to make well in any case we're going to go out and call on this one. Thank you so much for the audio podcast listeners. I'M GONNA go ahead and pop it into the Outra. Make sure you follow all of the links and the show notes to find David across all social media and also over at Andrews Authority. Of course you can also follow me on all social media ad. Jv Tech T. You Know Me. I'm Jay Love Tech and I love to drink some tea. You can also check out over on my channel YouTube dot com slash Josh regard for extra content that you may not be getting on the pocket now side but I am doing a lot of work on the pug now channel at YouTube dot com slash podcast. Now of course if you aren't subscribed definitely should stick around again. Follow pocket all social media as well. You're to want to follow the instagram profile. In particular at pocket now so that you can be a part of the conversation when we have these edgy. Live recordings of the podcast every single week and with all of that said we're going to go ahead and call it on this one. Thank you so much for listening and for sticking around Maybe you were in the July. If we answer your question thank you so much for being part of the conversation and with that we will see you in our next episode..

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"david l" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"david l" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Eighty three David L. masters on email and he's David he's in quarantine because he is he's an old guy the old in my world it is the old guy in my world this is old and gave it to my older brother I'm number four of five David is number one he is the king bed and my brother my number one and number two if you know what I mean I understand I'm number four and I think that's what I'm drafting a combination of all all the blood urine and feces if you look at what Drake is you'll see the face off of my face is right there under drac Patrick J. Kelly joining us country attorney it is Wednesday and each Wednesday when he can when he's not in court defending someone's rights trying his best to be a good and just man or if he's not working on the whole visit his goats or tending to Lexi the wonder dog if you say what is the word we should consumers labor he's not going to respond not responding she will bark like crazy she does not like lemur lemur is a dog's word for Democrat thanks for coming in today it is enjoyable and despite what your brother said about you I think you are infectious in the best possible well with the infections going on out there with the insanity David it seems like somebody mentioned that on one of the shows on fox and somehow we missed it yesterday they were talking about all sixty five and older which I think you and Pat fit right into that nicely at the very beginning of course I realize but you guys should just be locked up still there isn't Alan there's an article in the Wall Street journal and it's basically saying targeted lockdowns are better people over sixty five people over sixty five targeted lockdowns that even legal could it be no one word hello last time I was here I talked about the arbitrary and capricious is term they have to do with the Fourteenth Amendment but it says both of the government cannot enact arbitrary laws there has to be a rational reason behind the law so it might sample before the government can't mandate that you were dead monkeys on your heads because there's no value in it right this would be kind of the crippling of wearing a dead monkey on your head it doesn't really need to make this happen by the way did monkey but just because you're sixty five doesn't mean you're in ill health it doesn't mean that if there are forty year olds that have spent their entire life playing video games and drinking beer then earn far less profit myself for David and it should be based on a rational characteristic as opposed to just the randomness of age right and so I don't think it stand up to any scrutiny what they should say if you have an underlying condition if you have it in health you should self quarantine or if you go what you accept the risk of a possible death and that they should leave today you can sign your name saying I accept the possibility I could die which we have to do every day a real world you know this weekend to certain agree the quarantine I don't think has a function I went to acquires some items from home depot right and it was a line going straight out the back to doing better business than ever and die that's the sun Solaris most those things in those stores are nonessential with finally people have time to work on their homes I I was watching that course you know I'm a social media butterfly David is not he doesn't do any of it and I don't think you do either do you batten down not up so I have you know I'm a little of course I'm in a whole different category I'm a little bit younger than you guys I'm in my fifties still for another six weeks so I was watching Facebook the other day and I cannot believe how many people are remodeling their houses their remodeling things that they wanted to do for a long time whether it be the garage they can a man cave or a she shed or whatever it is people are out doing it yes home depot and Lowe's and all those big box stores that sell building supplies and things like that are full and there's a line to get in and there's a line to pay it's also Walmart it's it's other stores but my point is is that this is the world's smartest virus and apparently knows only too a fact people are in fact people in small mom and pop operations it immediately senses the presence of a large big box side there were in portage and they shut off immediately and allow you to buy things at the big box stores that have significant lobbyists by the way right and they said well it turns out immediately when it goes down to Gigi's clothing store hi hi it infects people instantaneously when you get a hair cut their process of dealing with this it may be infectious it may be deadly but the discriminating between like I said before there's winners and the losers here right and the state is dictating who the winners are and who the losers are so in what's makes me suspicious is is that large scale liberal donors tend to be on the winning side yes operation and Spelman it's so unfair it's not even funny but David David let's get back to you yeah targeted lockdowns here's what the article says you're not gonna believe this because it's it's scarier than hell kids are paying a fearsome prize from the government's strict lock downs of American life in commerce and now comes evidence that targeted lockdowns aimed at protecting that's the key word Pat protecting those who are most vulnerable to the corona virus would be better for public health and the economy the conclusion comes in a new working paper from the national bureau of economic research by MIT economist now listen to this Darren asem mogu as a mogu Victor Turner guys Lokar font and I've been warning can you say gore log hello gosh you know and it's it's just our dad it Pat you know my dad really stirs ninety two years old he calls me is calling me every day he thinks that we're playing kind of a bit of a joke on him I remember that I want to be able to go where I want to go dead you can't because you're ninety two and this particular virus is really hard on the old people and you know you could die I don't care if I die I want to go I want to do as I please you know what you just so you could have been in the movie hook you can you could yeah was that was that was Dustin Hoffman yes those that often anyway I feel really really bad for for the really elderly people because I look at us I mean we're all grandfathers all three of us were all old guys I look at you Pat I don't see an old guy I look at David I don't see an old guy he's you know David was you know the kind of like my hero growing up he was the older brother that was a good surfer and skateboarder it's the same guy I see today is he a little older yeah maybe forty five years older than he was when he was twenty but he still that same guided me and he's still young and he still do you still snowboarding even if it was snowing out yeah right I know Pat does a bad knees he is the same you're responsible person and I don't know for the past thirty years exactly I think our world is literally evolved to a point that it used to be he died when you were sixty five and there are still people that do die like you said there's thirty year old sick people there's sixty five year old really healthy people and vice versa so but today ninety years old it's not unusual for people to live to be ninety years old and it used to be the course in the eighteen hundreds if you got the forty you were really old you know I mean well in the late sixties life expectancy was sixty eight now it's seventy eight yeah right and that's an average of being credibly degenerate human life in this world there's so much you know people that smoked all their lives and been drinking and drinking and taking drugs we're part of that we have to be figured into part of that world that I've never smoked I've never done drugs I don't drink I haven't drank in my whole life so I mean I I I realize that I am the perfect child your god like in many ways it in many ways.

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"david l" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"david l" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Cold eight six six eighty eight eighty three hundreds of six six eighty three David L. ministers concerned concerned about what's happening in our country today because we are so stupid as a human race I don't get it it's sad to me I called my friend Dr court Dr courts Tosca and I had this conversation with him over the weekend and I I said you got to be on the show you've got to be on the show here's a guy by the way let me just give you a background David I'm met Dr court in Baja Mexico Baja five hundred actually was the buffalo it was about five hundred and that year I raced with team Homer which was rod hall racing and this guy was part of the team in he was a cool guy and we got to be friends and and I and I was thinking to myself I really like this guy and one thing led to another week you know we started talking and I find out that he's been working with this racing team for years and years and years so Dr court is actually won the Baja one thousand eight times good heavens and and he is a bar racing maniac but on top of that he's delivered as a doctor OBGYN I could could be getting this wrong but delivered thousands of babies never had a malpractice suit or even a complaint never lost a patient or had a surgical complication with gray here to reflect that but here's a guy that has more common sense than anybody I've met in decades of my life we've become friends he's been on the radio with me Dr court stock of joining us right now High Court it is great to be with you guys how you doing doing well nice to meet you I know and I I said the court to call them I go I go I can't think of this guy's name I I I want to play this thing on the show today I well I I said you might this honest to god I said what is your favorite guy on fox news he goes that B. Tucker Carlson is exactly yep yep anyway he is my favorite guy on fox news right now he's just the guy is fearless and he said it so well but you know my whole thing is you know we're just people and we're just kind of people with common sense you are a doctor that is common sense which is a rare rare thing I know you probably know more of them but I don't you are my doctor that has common sense now I just want to ask you what do you think about the corona virus and this insanity that is ensuing our country right now around the world well actually what you said is is correct it is a bit of insanity it's it's kind of sad because first off we don't even know enough about it yet to be as scared of it as the country appears to be anything new people freak out about which is not you know it's not always a bad thing to be concerned about it because in my life and in my world I didn't like new either because you don't know what to do about it and you have to learn about it before you can actually apply common sense because common sense is it's the opposite of that it's not very common anymore unfortunately and so it's difficult to know what to do about something that's new and so the the smartest thing and enlisting the people and the reason I like truckers because at least he thinks that's the thing I like about you know how many shows you know sentient thought and it just kind of you know he's level headed he's not panicking and all that kind of stuff but what people need to do the most recent on their hands and.

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"david l" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"david l" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"David L. is ground zero tonight the federally is audio audio of the Sasquatch and we're going to play some of those right now first of all it was of the labels on here are a little strange so I'm just going to we're start off this is what your favorites is the the howl any would knock of big foot and I was curious if you know anything about the background of this recording yes we I believe that this one is so recorded in North Carolina okay and it if you can get it how you know a vocalization and and another one of the sounds of percussive sound that is I've been associated with big but is a a one lock or unlock not where they take it and may strike an object and it makes it a pretty loud sound sometimes it sounds like a Louisville slugger hitting a home run sometimes it's a power strike where it sounds like a log hitting another tree that is there there seems to be some sort of a curiosity with the with the percussive sound so if we can nail down a percussive stand and how at the same time a suspicious how it just increases the likelihood that you're dealing with the south all right here that sound does from David Alice's in this that's.

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"david l" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"david l" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Canoeing what that David L. we'll be right back the objects moving to an urban environment and that itself needs to be fixed in one way or to fix that just to get connectivity high speed connectivity to every man woman and child in the world Here's either founded or bought twenty companies in nine countries and he's done television and radio and everything else under the sun and now what i WanNa do is give them permission in a very righteous kind of way to be a teacher and I know you know they say as you teach use you should also learn and so I'm like I'm the Guy I'm supposed to be the voice of the brand of the magazine you know like but wait a minute I'm done learning I wanNA learn so David please teach me I love her you know like three great points of businesses are important to all people that are business or private people of this world that guess what we still got to do business run our household so go for it that's a great question because this lots of schools around the world that are locked.

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"david l" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"david l" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"And you know, just kind of it's this isn't fly anymore, and you see like people like Hal Ashby year. These amazing. You know, even Scorsese who liked goes when they were kind of in this drugged out period, their their work really suffers and it's not kind of until they are able to to get clean that they're able to actually like start putting out really good work. So yeah, I think it is a bit of a myth, and it's just also some of it's like super interesting ad like we've been there as a culture, and I don't think that that there's any mystery there anymore any glamour to that. It's just kind of over. So did you adapt? Well to outlining once you got into TV. No. It was hard for me for sure to learn that structure, but yeah, I do really detail outlines now like was saying, I mean, I if I have my own way, I put like dialogue and everything in my outline. I liked it to be as as sort of complete as possible. Even though depending on what show runners I've worked with, you know, sometimes they want his little in there as possible, but for my own stuff. Yes. As much as I can get in. That's that's what I like David L any in your process in writing beautiful boy. Well, my editor on a book, I'm working on. Now just told me about it was time. I learned how to outline your guy. Exactly. Yeah. I worked on I've been working at a book, I was supposed to be finished two years ago. When I turned in a draft that was long like your original draft of beautiful boy. And I don't know how coherent it was. And I said let's look at the outline you wrote at the beginning. I said what outlawed and suddenly I realized that you know, maybe there's value. Maybe there's a reason people do right outlines. And so I'm back to the drawing board. Then of course, I wish I'd learned you asked me was I took in college. I did not take. Writing courses journalism courses, and I wish I had because maybe I would have learned how outlined before. Now. There's there's no rules. But but yes, it helps set the set the path Luke when you when you were breaking down their books was originally broken down into outline form kind of kind of figuring out how much of each book you wanted. And then merging the outline of the two books. Yes. That began reverse engineering per se and color different colored, Maka pens on the on a whiteboard. So that tell us what the colors work come on. Let's kick out for a second. Maybe it was blue and black. What did they represent is what I meant. Oh, basic level. David a Knicks narratives at a very basic level. I still I can't remember. I mean, I still do that now sometimes, but it's not about adapting to books. It's situations. Like if you bought adapting a book, it's like, okay? Black and stuff. That's actually in the book. Blue is stuff that I think I'm going to have to it's going to be invented. And green is stuff that happens that he's not the central character. But is necessary to be in the thing that I'm writing stuff like that various dramatic invention. When we get in the spoiler section, which will be two in a minute of your habit. How long do you write each day? When you write do, you give yourself Nick page count or certain amount of hours too, right? I'm pretty undisciplined. I write a lot. And I for some reason I have it in my my makeup or whatever that like at like tentacle like if I work from like ten till like three o'clock in the morning every night. That's like my prime time. I don't know why that is so and then I sleep late. But no, I mean, I I kind of just play it by your I guess David any page counter specific our structure that you like to work by. I. I just sit down and hope for the best. And I tried to sit there not get up too many times to you know, get another Cup of coffee. You know, take a little walk their dog. I mean, Nick is amazing. I've seen him, and we can be watching a movie, and he'll be rising. It'll be working on the script. I can't do that. I really have to focus. I really want to see. Interesting. But I do I try to write every day..

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"david l" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"david l" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"So I knew that putting things on paper had has a difference, mental clarity that comes with it that I find very hard to get from a digital system. So I I ended up doing the classic, you know, here's a list of projects. I'm a big time, getting things done practitioner. So I tend to follow a lot of the David l. and stuff and talk about those systems a lot. But I had my list of projects, you know, my client stuff that was going on, I had my personal stuff it was going on, and then I had two or three lists of the tasks that needed to show up at different times. Like what am I doing during my work day? What am I doing after my work day? That is like the sum total of the lists that I kept and there's, there's. Something amazing about the simplicity of that because it meant that I was only ever looking in one or two places like that, was it. So it was really nice. But the problem came when I started to hire a bunch of contractors to help me with the development, my business got to where it was growing quickly, and I went for managing two or three clients in a week to managing anywhere around eighteen to twenty four in a week. And with that level of projects going on, I was writing projects down in scratching them off within a day or two. And it was just a lot. It meant that I was spending an hour every day, just managing things on paper. It's like, forget this. I'm not doing this anymore. So I went back to Omni focus purely because of the speed of it. But I've been using it very differently as a result. I kind of still, I still use the paper notebook regularly for like today lists, or you know, if we're going packing, we just got back from a camping trip yesterday. So I had lists of things that I needed to. Do you know during or before that trip, like all of that done on paper? I don't know. It's it's nice to have it around, and I find that I am more free with what I write down than I am when I'm in the digital side. And here's the other side of it too. Sometimes my tasks when I write them down, they're not necessarily words that I'm writing down there sometimes pictures, and that has to do with the development side of things that I'm in because I have people doing the actual coating for me. Most of the time I still do a lot of it, but the vast majority of the work that I'm personally doing. Has to do with brainstorming and coming up with ideas for my clients. And that means I'm sketching web design's quite a bit and trying to figure out how certain functions and features are going to work for them. And that doesn't always mean that I'm writing words down. I'm drawing sketching pictures on a note card or writing that out in my notebook. So it made sense to me to keep everything paper since I was capturing so much on paper, but it moves too fast. So I'm still drawing on my pictures on paper, but now I'm snapping pictures and dropping it on me focus. So I've come full circle now. I'm kind of hybrid some all over the place, Joe..

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"david l" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"david l" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Since buffalo wild wings is always open late here are few things you'll enjoy buzzerbeaters wings in twenty one signature sauces and seasonings and great deals on food and beer grabs select domestic draft beer starting at four dollars four dollar sharable like street tacos fried pickles chili case oh dip lots of rela sticks and roasted garlic mushrooms and deals on select liquor in house cocktails few that's a mouthful catch all of the late night action buffalo wild wings wings beer sports offers and participation vary please drink responsibly void where prohibited christopher media let's make some noise hey folks welcome to a special episode of the projection booth is you're always mike boyd and i'm bringing you the rest of our interview with david l schneider the production designer behind such films as demolition man which we talked about just recently also an art director on blade runner he worked on the fiftieth academy awards it has done a ton of stuff you would not believe this guy cv and we got to him a little bit more about some of the other work that he's done so on a bring you the rest of this interview so please enjoy my educational background was in architecture and graphic design and i was in my late teens early twenties i was a musician i went on the road with a rock and roll rather than blues ban from nineteen sixty to nineteen sixty five sixty six we had some minor success no one ever heard of us but we were involved with some great people in new york like gary sherman producer who did up on the roof and under the boardwalk you know really classic brill building it's on and he did the score for the film alice's restaurant i don't know if you know what that is but it's a classic and he did some broadway soft and.

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"david l" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"david l" Discussed on Probably Science

"David yes dave dave david david boy wet waking waking listeners find out all about you and everything you do everything i do is at david c smalley dot com my twitter is david c smalley my patriotic david smalley everything david c smalley follow that listens podcasts numerous we have a we have the the smalley effect podcast is usually with comedians we just had maryland rice cope on from always only in philadelphia and she was khloe on twenty four those who don't know and mister show this show absolutely yep as she was great and you know you know i i usually bring in comedians to do stuff and then dogma debate you know we talked with we talked with people who were antiscience quite often and i try to get them on the dark side and you get them on the show i can't imagine it's easy to book those people it's because i'm you know what i'm gonna i'm just always very respectful in my challenges don't i don't talk down to them i understand that a lot of times the way they got to their view because they believe they're doing the most good for the world and i just disagree as to what that good is and what it means to be good and so we get to talk about that we talk about morality we talk about the bible but it's always respectful challenges so and to be fair that's almost a really good reason why we separated things out to the smalley effect podcast because when we wouldn't have a christian or you know someone from the right wing or something like that all i can astrology or whatever right it would be it would be one of it would be like three or four of us sitting around talking not well it would be that but we know we drive f bombs we drop f bombs and have comedians on and then pastors would listen to that episode and go.

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"david l" Discussed on CFR On the Record

CFR On the Record

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"david l" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"This well in the language missions and we define our our needs very very clearly in our requirements very clearly through as we discussed earlier the interagency language roundtable scale of of what people should be learning to in other words we have proficiency testing and most of other government agencies do that as well state department uses the same scale when you to um so that's the one side of my house the other side of my house where very lucky to have the national security education program which has a presidentially appointed board which to members of my word the far right here by chance on this on this uh panel and we also see a a one of our board members out there from the agency's 'cause we have cabinet of old board members as well this is very important because our organization not only looks at the needs for dod it looks at the needs for the entire federal service and that's our mandate through statute the david l boren national security education active 1991 so we are consistently using the board and other methods looking at what our needs are uh by statute we are training in areas that are not normally visited by a us undergraduate students so western europe is off because a lot of folks go there so we pick places that are in some cases off the beaten path so to speak for the study abroad that uh that uh our our colleagues who worked with more often because of just larger mass but we've now been building over the many years uh capabilities and capacities in these regions now why is it important for the back to your question while because as a esther just pointed out um he win we're engaging regardless of the mission whether it's a natural disaster in haiti or or at any kind of think dot tends to be the first uh on the ground with equipment and other things fly having those language capabilities in having regional experts in those areas trained in advanced to work worth those regions but we do much better in in meeting mission but we also do much better in in building partnership.

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