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Pray the Word with David Platt
Life Through Death
"John chapter 12 versus 24 and 25. Truly, truly, I say to you. Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone, but if it dies, it bears much fruit. Whoever loves his life loses it, and whoever hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life. There's so much we could talk about in these two versus, but just meditate on this principle. If you want to live, you must die. Jesus makes that very clear, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone. But if it dies, it bears much fruit. The key to bearing fruit, the key to experiencing John ten ten abundant life is dying. And specific ways and dying to ourselves in our ways and our preferences, what we want, being crucified with Christ,
AP News Radio
Ullmark's 40 saves carries Bruins past Senators, 2-1
"Down one zero midway through the first, the Boston burns scored two straight goals in the period to come from behind and beat the Ottawa senators two to one for their league leading 54th win. David karate started the scoring for Boston on the power play, and then four minutes later, Jake dubrov added the game winner on an assist from Brian marchand. Linus Olmert made 40 saves for the victory, including 22 in the second period.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Recession Is Here
"Also, Wall Street CEOs are trying to come up with a new plan to rescue the first republic bank. We'll see about that. Amazon announced it's cutting 9000 workers. Recession is here, Friends, recession is here. It doesn't mean you're going to lose your job. It means a lot of people are going to get laid off at places that are big and want to get small when demand drops for prolonged period of time. As I've already mentioned to you, the Trump grand jury is hearing from a likely final witness on a hush money payment. It was Robert Costello, a partner in the New York office at David hutcherson in citron, who has previously waged his attorney client privilege with Michael Cohen, will be testifying about why Michael Cohen is not exactly the witness you want to hang your cash testimony on. But this Politico piece by the book DA confronts unpredictable opponent in Trump. Prosecutor and Trump, that's from Politico. It's just so crazily left wing. Prosecutor and Trump case, wades into treacherous political waters. That they're not treacherous. They're disastrous for the United States.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Grading the U.S. Rule of Law With Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing
"Talk to me about if you had to, if you arrive from another planet? And you were an expert in the law. How would you grade the rule of law in America to David Victoria? Where do we stand? No, it's an F and because not only just the things that are done, but people are watching this and now no longer have trust in the judicial system. With violent crime in New York on a rampage and then this and the Bragg, this is the priority for Alvin Bragg. We've had bad cases in our career of U.S. attorneys being corrupt. And we had one case where U.S. attorney took a misdemeanor local election law and tried to make it be a RICO. But you know what happened? We got a good federal judge who said, this is not, this is not a RICO. This is a misdemeanor and let our client plead to a misdemeanor. Where are those judges now? That's what bothering me. Do they got frightened by January 6th? Especially the judges, the federal judges in the District of Columbia. They got frightened by January 6th, and they don't want to be blamed for being too soft on anybody involved in January 6th. Whether they did harm or not. And as a result of that, they have advocated their responsibility to be fair and impartial to the people appearing before him. The fact in front of the fact that there are defendants who are still incarcerated two years after this. Before trial. Before trial are still in court is an absolute national disgrace and
Pray the Word with David Platt
Knowing the Shepherd's Voice
"John chapter ten first, 27. My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. I love John ten. It is filled with such incredible imagery of Jesus as the good shepherd who lays down his life for the sheep and protects them, cares for them. Won't let anyone snatch them out of his hand and in verse 27, I love this picture of my sheep here, my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. I think about a shepherd, I heard, share recently, his name is Daryl, and he was sharing about how he leads his sheep and they know his voice. He said, if anybody else were to come and call my sheep to do this or that, the sheep would not respond, but when he speaks they respond. This is what she do. They know the voice of the shepherd, and they follow him. Don't you want that to be true of your life today? Just think about today. We want this every day, but today that you would live, hearing his voice, him knowing you, and you following his voice. You know, it's interesting. I use the illustration sometimes of how obviously we don't know everything Jesus is leading us to do in a given day. Where to go eat if we're going out to eat or what to do in this or that moment. We don't have a word from God in the Bible about every detail of our day today, but that doesn't mean that his voice can't lead us, he's put his spirit inside of us in such a way that when we meditate on his word, that we do have, we study his word, we hide it in our heart. We're getting familiar with his voice so that as we make decisions during the day that we are familiar with the voice of Jesus, we're familiar with his spirit and how he leads us and so to live today, listening to his voice in his word and then following his voice as he leads us by his spirit according to his word.
AP News Radio
Swayman stops 26 shots in Bruins' 7-0 rout of Sabres
"The bruins continued to take aim in a pair of NHL records with a 7 zero pounding of the sabers. Jeremy swab and picked up his second straight shutout, stopping 27 shots in the bruins third straight win. It wouldn't be possible without the guys taking initiative in the defensive zone. And blocking big shots all the way to the end. You know, it's special to see with a group like this. David pasternak tied a career high with his 48th goal for the bruins who scored on three of their first 7 shots. Patrice bergeron scored just 15 seconds in and had to assist. Jake had a goal and three assists in the route. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Pastrnak, Ullmark lead Bruins past Wild 5-2
"David pasternak continued his march toward 50 goals by netting his 47th in the bruins 5 one victory at Minnesota. Pasternak has 6 goals and 7 assists in his past 8 games. He second in the league and goals after helping the bees are in their second straight win since a rare two game losing streak. Pasta naka Patrice bergeron each had a goal and an assist. Brad Marshawn set up three scores and Lena su Mark stopped 29 shots. It was Minnesota's first regulation loss since February 15th as it battles the stars in avalanche for the central division title. I'm Dave ferry.
Pray the Word with David Platt
Living for Another World
"John chapter 8 verse 23. Jesus said to them, you are from below. I am from above. You are of this world. I am not of this world. What a statement. I love the book of John. I love all these words from Jesus. Every reverse is just, with meaning. It's hard to pick a verse, like John a 12 Jesus says, I'm the light of the world, whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life on a picture. And then, so first 23, so a lesser known saying, you are from below. I am from above. You are of this world. I am not of this world. Just meditate on that. There's another world that Jesus is living for, and he is calling followers of his to live for that world, not for this world. I look around you at the world today and consciously say, I'm not living for this world. I'm not living for the pursuits of this world, pleasures of this world, possessions in this world applause, praise from this world. I'm living for another world.
Jordi Baylina on the Tie Between Polygon and Polygon ZkEVM
"What's actually the relationship between polygon, zca VM and polygon? Because polygon is kind of the stand-alone side chain kind of thing. And polygon GKE VM is going to be like a proper layer to on top of Ethereum. So what's kind of what's the relationship and what are the plans for chain architecture and planning for the future? Well, polygon POS is the polygon is running now. This is the team. Polygon is providing service today. The relationship is clear because we are shipping a new network. We are building this CPR roll up model which is a completely layer two. And we are in the beta version in maintenance. So it's the first release. And we have plans to just let this network be modeled together in parallel. Because they are different. One is as I change with cost model and running service. And we will have a different technology with a different cosmos and a different characteristics.
Pray the Word with David Platt
We Are God's Representatives
"John chapter 7 18, the one who speaks on his own authority seeks his own glory. But the one who seeks the glory of him who sent him is true and in him there is no falsehood. Oh, what a great reverse Jesus talking about the authority of the father on whose behalf he speaks for the glory of the father. It's been the whole theme as you read through John 5 and 6 and 7 in John 5. Jesus describes how he discerns what the father is doing and joins with how the father is working everything he does and everything he says is from the father on the authority of the father for the glory of the father, and it makes sense, right? Just think about when you are talking to someone who's an expert in a subject and they're describing to you basically things that they know because of their expertise and you're like, wow, that person is really sharp. They really know what they're talking about when they speak with authority. It causes glory to come to them, and it's not that that is bad to be an expert or something in ways that show your authority, but this is in a spiritual realm and this is so important for you and me. Think about the great commission. Jesus commands us to go and make disciples of all the nation. On what basis are we to go today and tell people that they need to repent of their sins and believe in Jesus that that's the only way they can be forgiven of their sins and have eternal life with God. On whose authority are you going to say that? Well, that's the great commission, Matthew 28, 18, all authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Jesus and we go out as his representatives, so you and I have opportunities today to speak the gospel, not based on our own authority, but based on the authority of Jesus
The Future Geopolitical Order and Bitcoin, Part 2 by Matthew Pines
"Let's go ahead and get into today's read. And this is part two of the future geopolitical order and Bitcoin. And initial assessment. And we are starting in on this section titled. Scenario analysis. What goes on inside is just too fast and huge in all interconnected for words to do more than barely sketch the outlines of it most one tiny little part of it at any given instant. David Foster Wallace every scenario in the arago of Pentagon wargaming starts with assumptions and artificialities, and then presents a ground truth. The former fix the parameters of the notional future, and the latter unpack the salient context and detail to examine the issue under analysis. Our assumptions and artificialities defined over the time horizon of interest. 2022 to 2030. One. Putin does not use nuclear weapons or mass use of chemical weapons beyond irritants in Ukraine. Two. Putin does not get deposed or assassinated. Though he may die of suspected disease, we assume his replacement is another style of Vicki, and won't fundamentally liberalize Russian society or change foreign policy. Three. China does not launch an unprovoked full scale invasion of Taiwan. This doesn't preclude actions against offshore islands like dong Ying, pratas, or other provocative moves in the South China Sea. Four. The Chinese Communist Party remains in power. Most likely with Xi at the helm, but this is not assumed. 5. No new breakthrough technologies or scientific discoveries are made that change the fundamental productivity or energy capacity of society, or destabilize human social order. For example, UAP disclosure. 6. No existing nuclear powers collapse or engage in nuclear hostilities. For example, Pakistan or North Korea, and new nuclear powers, examples of Saudi Arabia and Iran do not engage in nuclear conflict. 7. No debilitating attacks on global Internet infrastructure are launched. This includes cyberattacks, cable cuts to undersea fiber links, destructive anti satellite attacks, et cetera 8. No new COVID variant or other pandemic brings civilization back into a 2020 state of lockdown or worse. 9. The global food fertilizer system does not collapse and lead to multi continent famine, killing more than 5 to 10% of world population. Destabilizing social order throughout the world, including the west. And tin. The United States or Europe for that matter does not experience a political crisis that leads to a breakdown in constitutional order, a fundamental change in the federal structure of government or a secessionist breakaway block of states.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
The New York Post, The Atlantic Attack Ron DeSantis on Russia-Ukraine
"Here's the New York Post editorial board, desantis must show leadership on issues like Ukraine. Territorial dispute is a lame, a pretty lame way to describe an unprovoked invasion. Desantis was on, he must know this. But he's hedging rather than risk losing voters who don't get it. So they're criticizing him. Over at the Atlantic, David frum, big time neocon. Rights the desantis is flaming out already. Question mark. Desantis statement on Ukraine, David frum writes was everything Vladimir Putin and his admirers could have wished for from a presumptive candidate for president. Here we go again. If you question and support for Ukraine, you're a Putin apologist. That's what they do. That's exactly their default reaction. I mean, it seems to me that desantis reaction or his written response was a completely normal American response to a very difficult issue.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Judgment Day for the American Economy With Edward Dowd
"Now is Ed dowd author of cause unknown, an author and founder of finance technologies portfolio manager at BlackRock for ten years managing $14 billion equity growth fund. I do want to talk to you today about the vaccine issue. I think it's really interesting. But I want to start with Silicon Valley bank and the bank run that almost happened didn't happen signature bank at how should we think about this? What are the big lessons and what do you think is the most obvious truth in media is missing? This was going to happen regardless. At the end of November of last year, N two money supply did year over year negative growth. Okay, so the last time that happened was 1930 and so this is the 5th time since 1868, that's occurred. And the other four times it happened is associated with financial panics. About a month and a half ago, I put out a tweet talking about we were seeing a setup in the capital markets, different asset classes lining up to agar poor things for financial assets. And SVB just happens to be the headline. And we're going to see what I think is rolling thunder rolling financial crises throughout the next year or two. I think it's going to be a controlled implosion on the way down because the fed and the government are going to come in and do this whack a mole thing. And every time something weird, it's like we had, they're going to respond, the markets will think everything's okay. But I think this is the beginning of the end of the global financial system, as we know, and something new is coming in the next two to three years. I suspect
The Charlie Kirk Show
'Superpower in Peril' Author David McCormick Talks About Justice
"As we talk about this rallying cry against China, it has to be an above all approach. And what I like about what you've done in the book is you talk about it in military terms, battle plan, with your experience being in the military. And I want to focus on the specifics of one of the things you mentioned, which is holding China accountable because that's a question about justice, right? Justice for fentanyl, justice for hacking our cyber grid, justice for spying on us, justice for having a spy balloon over our sky. You know, justice for whatever happened in the Wuhan institute of virology, which could have been attributed to sloppiness, but definitely there was a cover up, right? In the days and the weeks that followed, what does justice look like then, David, to hold them accountable and make them pay an appropriate price? Well, I think it starts with calling balls of strikes. And the Biden administration hasn't done that, for example, on the Wuhan lab. And that's a real problem, because you're not constantly bringing forward the things that are unacceptable behavior. And taking steps to mitigate them or taking steps to hold accountable through sanctions or a variety of other things, then that behavior gets validated. And the belief is that that's okay to do again. And so this balloon is another example that should have been handled much more decisively with a clear line established that, hey, this is unacceptable to be over U.S. airspace. And all of these things are part of a leadership under Joe Biden that's very ham handed. It's very uncertain. We saw that in Afghanistan with the bungled withdrawal. We saw that in Ukraine with the Nord stream two and the invitation of Putin. And we see that with the Chinese and the problem with the ham handed and bungling things in a leadership perspective, if you're up against an aggressive opponent, as much easier to have a miscalculation. So you need to be strong. We need to build muscle at home by going to the gym. We also need to reflect strained
The Charlie Kirk Show
Is It Time to Decouple From China? David McCormick Explains
"So provocative idea that some people have floated out that I sympathize with on moral terms, but I also understand that it's rather aggressive is that time to decouple. I mean, there are some really thoughtful people that are talking about economically, that's a harsh measure that would definitely mean that there would be rising costs and probably economic uncertainty. But is that something we should be entertaining or at the very least, you know, identify ten or 20, 30 different sectors. They say we want to make this your thoughts. What I call it in the book is strategic decoupling. And listen, I was shocked, Charlie. I can't believe it. And I know I should follow a no such things, but that our pharmaceutical supply chains during COVID were so dependent on China. I was, you know, I knew we were highly dependent on microchips but 90% of the microchips that we require are manufactured 90 miles from Mainland China in Taiwan. So it is an absolute travesty that we have an entire semiconductor industry which is critical to every aspect of national security and economic well-being that's offshore. So that's a perfect example where we need to decouple. There are a number of areas where we need to bring those capabilities home or have them within our closest allies where we can be dependent on it. And that's going to have implications for our ability to have manufacturing jobs here at home in very positive ways. It may raise costs but it will create actual security.
The Charlie Kirk Show
David McCormick on His New Book 'Superpower in Peril'
"Great opportunity to go to the border with someone that really impressed me someone that should be a senator for the great state of Pennsylvania and maybe he'll do something in the future that is exciting because he definitely needs to be in leadership, but he's the author of a great new book, superpower in peril, a battle plan to renew America, and it's David McCormick joins us now. Dave, welcome to the program. Hey, Charlie. Thanks so much for having me. How are you? I'm doing well. Tell us about your new book, Dave. Well, you know, I started the book before before I decided to run for office. I started in 2020. And it was based on the belief that the country was headed in the wrong direction. We were in decline. Economically, national security wise spiritually. And decline is not inevitable, but neither is a renewal. And it depends on what we do. So this is what we should do book. And I got about 60% of it done, and then I ran for office, which you and I visited together then, and then sadly lost. And I could finish the book. And it essentially lays out a plan to educate our people to confront China and to secure America. And it's a very prescriptive book. I think we're only going to win as Republicans and conservatives if we have great candidates, but we have great ideas. And this is my attempt to try to help that debate. Well,
AP News Radio
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree. We start on the NBA where Memphis took a game over Dallas with multiple stars sidelined. Correspondent Robert Stevens has more. Desmond baines scored 23 points as the Memphis Grizzlies completed a two game sweep of the Dallas Mavericks, one O four 88. Naz played without Luka Dončić and Kyrie Irving both injured while the grizzlies were again without John morant. Memphis coach Taylor Jenkins says his team up this defensive intensity in the second half. Come out of halftime with just a renewed energy and mentality. Hey, we got to raise our level both sides of the floor. We made a couple adjustments defensively that paid off for us, which got us going with our groove on offense. And obviously that third quarter kind of changed the game. David roddy and Dylan Brooks had 19 apiece from Memphis while Jaden hardy led the Mavs with 28. Josh green at 23. Bob Stevens Dallas. In Houston, the rockets knocked off the Celtics one 11 one O 9. And jabari Smith scored 24 to lead the young rockets, one of the best teams in the league, where it was in the finals last year, you know, just competing with him. You know, going down to the wire like that with a great team like that. It's just real promise in this room. It's really good for us. The bucks beat the kings one 33, one 24. Giannis Antetokounmpo poured in 46 in the win. The warriors took down the sun's one 23 one 12 behind 38 points from Klay Thompson, including 33 in the first half. On the ice, buffalo scored three third period goals rallying to beat Toronto four three. Alex tuck at the 30 goal mark with a pair in the final frame. We kind of got back to just trying to work and make simple plays and you know I just roll over one line after another after another and it makes a huge difference out there and big news in the opening day of NFL free agency. The Raiders reportedly filled their QB void by agreeing to terms with former 49er. Jimmy Garoppolo on a three year deal worth, 67 and a half $1 million. The bears are set to give linebacker tremaine Edmonds a four year $72 million contract and the Steelers are bringing on three time all pro corner Patrick Peterson for a two year deal. I'm Josh Valtteri, AP sports.
Pray the Word with David Platt
"John chapter four versus 23 and 24, but the hour is coming and is now here when the true worshippers will worship the father and spirit and truth. For the father is seeking such people to worship him. God is spirit and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth. There is so much here in this conversation. She just is having with this woman at the well about living water that springs up wells up into eternal life just to remind her to you today that Jesus is a living water for your soul that will never ever run dry. So to seek him over and above everything in this world. But then you get later on in the conversations you just having with this formula and he starts talking about worship of God in spirit and truth for the father is seeking such people to worship him. Just think about those two together and John chapter one we see Jesus full of grace and truth, not just grace, not just truth, but grace and truth together here worship is described by Jesus as being marked by spirit and truth because God is spirit and God is true. So we want to make sure our worship of God, whether our every day worship as we offer our bodies as living sacrifices before God, Romans chapter 12 verse one, or our gathering with God's people for worship, is marked by both of these things by truth and the truth about who God is, anchored to the truth of God's word and that we are led by the spirit in our everyday lives and when we gather together for worship. This is not just mechanical motion. This is spirit lead worship that we give to God. And so when we gather in our churches, let's make sure that they are marked. Let's make sure that our gatherings are marked by worship in spirit and truth
The Eric Metaxas Show
"david l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Okay, hang on when we come back, we will let David bonson finish that and other sentences. Don't go away. With the overturn of roe V wade, lots of companies are coming out saying they'll pay for employee abortion travel and expenses. Most of you have heard about some of these companies, you've decided to stop shopping or doing business there, but did you know that you most likely own stock in those companies through your four-o-one-ks, IRAs, and other investment accounts. Folks, this is a huge problem, and we need to do something about this to send a message to Wall Street through our investments. You need to go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric and get a free inspire impact report. This biblical investment analysis will educate you on what's really in your investment accounts like companies paying for abortion travel. You need to go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric to connect with an inspire adviser's financial professional who can run your report and help remove companies paying for abortion travel. Today, go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric that's inspire advisers dot com slash Eric. Advisory services are offered through inspire advisers LLC, a registered investment adviser with the SEC. Folks, welcome back, talking to David bonson of the bonson.
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"david l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"At 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. Don't welcome back. I'm talking to David bonson, BAH. David bonson has a book out called no free lunch and a new video series called no free lunch. And you talk to a number of luminaries, Larry kudlow, or dear Friends, Dennis prager, father, surico, Ryan Anderson, and others pastor Doug Wilson about these issues about the idea that there's no free lunch. And we were just talking about how Americans really need to understand this because if you don't understand this, you can't really have a culture where you have a free market flourishing and virtue encouraged. That won't happen unless most American citizens buy into this. So there's a quick history that I think has played out in recent times. This wasn't super controversial when Reagan was president. The economy was booming. There was a general enthusiasm for markets. There was a general patriotism in the country. And people say, well, how did Bernie Sanders and AOC become mainstream figures? And it's very easy for me to identify. It was the financial crisis. We predicated our defense of markets for so many years, not on the morality of markets, not on the advancement of the human person, not on the markets facilitate their being created in the image of God with dignity to produce things. We defended markets on the basis of their more efficient and they are, but then all of a sudden the financial crisis came in and caused people to rethink it and Bernie is a very capable spokesperson for socialism. He's funny. He has that kind of stick about in the media, jumped on to him, AOC is young and charismatic and use social media effectively. So it doesn't surprise me at all that what I thought was settled in the 20th century, the failure of totalitarianism of Marxism of socialism, that it got a second wind to post crisis. But I blame us. I blame the right for defending markets the wrong way. I think efficiency is a pragmatic byproduct of markets. So they distribute risk and reward the allocate resources better than alternatives. But fundamentally, I start with the fact that all people, not 53% of people, all people were created by God to produce. That if there had never been sin, I still think there'd be an iPhone. I still think there'd be a modern transportation system, because God made us to just use our imaginations that are elevated. He created a very good. We're better than the animal kingdom. We're better than the vegetation. We have souls. We can create beauty. We can add our ideas to the raw materials God gave us..
"david l" Discussed on hacker1337
"Spirit a number of Don. Yes, just to give you that onto what Alberto said, what we're going to be instructing is not only about our experience in prison, for me it was three times and that wasn't going in and coming out. It was back to back to back. So I thought that at the time the cybercrimes ever committing were going to be just dismissed, et cetera, but it was thrown at me back to back. So the computer fraud and abuse act was one big one. The other two were stay charges, but being an IT for over 20 years. Going from consultant to senior consultant, developer, got really interested into cybersecurity and got ahead of myself. So we don't want anyone to take away from this course that it's okay to do whatever you want. We're going to instruct the ways to mitigate actually completely do not do anything or even think of what we've done. And unfortunately, we did get in trouble, but coming back out of prison was hard. It still is to this day in terms of opportunities and people who will give you that trust, but it's not impossible. And for that, we want to share what we've learned and there'll be a lot more sessions to on spaces for AMAs. And things alike, Alberto goes and I are working on more of the syllabus today and throughout the weekend. So feel free to ask us any questions. The cyber topics can range. We don't know everything, obviously, but are more than happy willing to share what we do know. And to make sure that other people are happy and learning too. So if that's the case, even if one person's happy, I feel that that's a success. But we're hoping for a lot more. So just a little bit from my side. Thank you all for your time. Thank you, everybody.
The Eric Metaxas Show
"david l" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Out. We've got one segment left. Where do people find your church? Casey, NYC dot org is the best place for C as king church. Casey NYC dot org. Dot org. Okay. And then we're on all the podcast platforms and Instagram and all that Jess. KC NYC dot org will be right back with pastor David engelhardt. Folks hoping you'd turn off cool but they had to take your out of school you're a little touch you know Angie baby. Lovers. American style. In the book, good kills. David englehart, do you. Do you talk about actual killing? I once through a knife at my brother, we were playing we were playing that game. You know, the game boys play. They try to stab each other. Yeah, man. Who has a carnival? It was the carnival game like throw it to the side of my head. Yeah. And he kept bobbing. The knife. The knife throwing game. The parents love it when their boys play that. Love it. He had a humongous wealth in the middle of his head because I hit him with the butt of the knife with the butt of the buck knife in the center of the knot. You're not kidding. No, no, no, this is full. Okay, I want to kill you more on behalf of your parents. I want to kill you for 13 year old moron mode. Yeah, so I don't talk about that story in the book, although it should have. I do talk about this rejection of capital punishment, which I think it seems to me that about 70% of the churches in America are just like, yeah, capital punishment is a bad idea because killing is a bad idea. And that's part of the theme of the book, killing is not a bad idea when you are removing cancer from the body. When you're removing people that are so wicked that you're not just going to well, I mean, look to play devil's advocate, people would say, why would you need to kill them? In other words, why wouldn't you be able to put them in prison for the rest of their lives so that you're not, it's not like there's an argument on the other side. Yeah, but the biblical the biblical idea is that when we look at the Bible, we look to it. This is what the Westminster catechism says for the general equity thereof. Is the quote. And that means that we look to the civil laws of the Old Testament and say, are these useful to create a paradigm in which to exist as a civil society? Like the Old Testament laws had 600 approximately laws for the running of that society. Why do we have a billion laws on our books right now? It's literally incalculable the number of laws that we have. Gun laws alone are 20 to 30,000 just on gun ownership and I'm talking about state and federal laws. If you stack those up, it's between 20 and 30,000 laws. It's really hard to function in a society with that many laws. So we look to the Old Testament and say, yeah, I think we can function with a lot less laws as a society. And so the history of the west has been to do that and to look at things like capital punishment and say, this is important and a good, this is a good the idea of abolition of capital punishment primarily came primarily from the French Revolution. Why? Because they were chopping everyone's heads off. There was an arbitrary application of judgment without the appropriate context of justice. And when that happens, then the tyranny of the sword reigns. Right now, I would say we have the tyranny of grace raining or mercy reigning. But on the other side, it's really bloody and really dangerous and that's why all of the poets and the historians talk about the bloody nests of the French Revolution. Out of that revolution, there was a lot of philosophers saying, hey, maybe we should do away with this capital punishment idea, because I don't want to be beheaded. Why make that decision? Because potentially you're on the chopping block. Robespierre comes up. He's like, I'm going to help save everybody. Which is great. And then they decide to stab him 5 minutes later because there was no consistent application of justice because the moral code had been broken down in that culture. So I do argue very shortly for capital punishment just because it's God's idea. It's not my idea. I'm not arguing for my own ideas. I'm arguing for God's ideas because I think God's ideas help a society flourish. And obviously, we understand that this is a complex issue. But yes, at the end of the day, was God's idea. Well, I hoped we would end on capital punishment. And here we are. The book is good kills. Boy, does it kill? Good kills. By David engel hart and people can find you at KC NYC that's king's church Casey NYC dot org. David engelhard, thank you. Thank you, sir. Appreciate it. The I haven't really woken up. Until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal and I know this is true because before breakfast, I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand. Nothing gets the morning going like the first sip of an iced coffee. Get any size in any flavor for 99 cents until 11 a.m.. Price and participation may vary. McDonald's, I'm loving it.
Success, Motivation & Inspiration
"david l" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration
"One book that you would recommend or audience if you could only recommend one book? I would recommend thinking grow rich by an unfolding pedal. Yeah. I love that book. I absolutely believe in the power of your subconscious thoughts. I think that's huge. And I think you really can manifest what you want in your physical life. As long as you want it bad enough and you put forth all the best efforts to get there, somehow you'll get the outcome that you're looking for. You might not necessarily know all of the steps, but take a look at that first step and just do that. Don't look at the whole staircase, just look at it and step at a time. That's awesome. I think I read that book the first time when I was 13 years old, my mom used to take us to these business 7 hours and stuff and grew up in a real rough household had a great example of a father there, but then we would get to visit my mom she didn't see seminars and I was reading books and stuff. Thank you, girl, rich, is one of the ones that changed it for me too. Just go on. I can determine what my outcome is going to be. My folder at steps and stuff, so the last thing that was for you, that's amazing. Absolutely. Yeah, that's actually required reading for every new hire here. So I was reading that until I already had my major life-changing opportunity for me. But that's required reading here for every new ire. So I read that and I saw the way that the owner here is truly living that. So I said, you know, there's something here, you know? That's awesome. What character traits devalue the most? Yeah, so loyalty, honesty. Hard work. I think those are good old fashioned character traits that never really go out of style. The timeless classics. So, you know, obviously just being in business, being transparent, and I've always found that the more that you can just layer cards on the table, the better the outcome of that business deal, whether it's even just saying, hey, you know what, there is no deal here. It's better to just you never want to be underhanded in business. And my opinion, I've seen guys try to take shortcuts and do this in the ads and it never works out for them and always comes back and bites them some way or another. So I think being honest and transparent is really important, being loyal, someone gives you a shot. They give you an opportunity. I think you should really give that your best efforts. Be prepared to show up even if you're not confident if you feel like maybe you're not quite qualified for that opportunity at the point in time. Be as prepared as you can be showing up with that preparedness. We'll give you the confidence that you need to carry that out. And sometimes you're going to fall on your face, but you know what? Turn that into a lesson. Big fan of failure to say get it out of the way. As quick as possible. Fail upwards. So that's good advice to you. So many people are afraid of failing, but then you get the other folks that say, well, just bail as many times as you can. That advice is not meant to be failed and keep failing at the same thing without making any changes. It's fail and make progress as you're moving forward. Absolutely. Yeah, it's so important. I know you got to get off here and just a couple of minutes, but what's the best way for me to hold you right now? Yeah, so I'm on all the social channels. You can find me on Facebook, it's team David at amado marketing that's M and O stands for Michigan and Ohio. So we're actually based in Detroit, Michigan, back in 76, we started in Michigan and Ohio before becoming a national wholesaler. So just to call back to our origins there. But yeah, team David Emmett marketing on Facebook. You can find me on Instagram as team David mo marketing and how marketing. LinkedIn, David Wright, WMS. And then you can always find us at our website at M and O marketing dot com. I'll drop those links in the bottom of your shoulders as well and you'll have a permanent page on the website. What dot com slash David hyphen, right? And that'll be a page that you'll have forever. They'll have your podcast episode at the bottom and search engine friendly. Your actual written text to your show. Awesome. Well, thank you so much for having me on today..
"david l" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Ultimately but there has discourse yes passages. I mean okay. All we all love him blake slings. He wasn't the man was in wattana. Jfk give it up but hoover. He wasn't the super virtuous man but he's also the same dude. Who was like this amazing. I mean it's seems like a paradox. Yeah he's he's still comet life and people are. I think that's the thing you want things to be very very neat instead of it can be this and that. That's the thing that i like to live in. It can be this and that this person can be piece of shit but also. He did all these things he did. All of these other things that makes it l. mercury and we like to see things in a very binary way the spite its shades of gray thing. I did right there painting. It's you're right it's all it's really all shades of gray. It's really all age. And i've had experiences where it i'll tell you later like that just didn't make any sansom still been about a month but it's all shades of great people means helping people. They believe they were think about. Like or william suspect in like while it's life is more complicated. I thought it would be nothing is simple. Nothing's cut dry in a way My buddy of their Baltimore jemaine Bell says only about how the complication the friction from competition versus genius. Because we're we're in those murky waters you have to really process. They really think about them. And we dealt with Actually makes you smarter but more Intellectually able to handle these. paradoxes are. Or what have you. I'm paraphrasing and then it's all grace one of my favorite colors if not my favorite so with that. We've gotten everything out there if you were gonna take this. Podcast is shameless plunged. Where can you find your social media website. Which media molasses data underscore. It's probably the most active websites. David robotic dot com and round dc maryland. Though my girl all right mostly that you guys have saying all right. How are you going to georgetown. I say i thank you so much. This has been great. This is been a it's been. It's been one of the ones that we were able to get into delve into an actual conversation with a guest and this has been great. So thank you so much for david. I'm rob lee's art in around and literally around. He said so far away a baltimore around baltimore he's got to look for..
"david l" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"I i remember. I did these jokes and crushed. I was like these fucking. These are crushing. This woman wrote to me and she goes. You ruined my birthday. And i was like no. I ruined someone else's birthday to be fair. If we're going to break it down you know she goes not everybody is happy. They had a miscarriage. And i'm like when did i say i was happy. My god had a miserable issues. Tr- she's taking her experience and try to trump. no i mean that's it was like the fucking olympics assisted thing to do. She was upset that i didn't have the same reaction to my miscarriages. She did and the truth is i did have the same reaction. I just wrote jokes about it. And that's the shit but like drives me fucking crazy. Is these people look at what you do on stage and they go. That's that's just those are her beliefs up there. And i'm like i'm not interested in telling you what i believe in. I'm not a fucking priest you know. I'm just a clown i just want you to laugh. Have two drinks and buy shirt right. That's it and go home and fuck your wife. And i love it. If the next day at lunch you smiled and went. Oh shit you remember birds last night. That's only have the. I want you to have really honestly if we're being very candid to break it down. I want you to have the greatest night of your life. Yeah i want you to pay for my show. I want you to fucking laugh your azoff. I want you at one point to be laughing so hard that you feel like you're going to throw up. Yeah and then. I want you to drink only to get home safely and all i want is the next day next day. Just bring up the time. But if i could really do my job i'd do it david l. did to me and i would make it so that i had a catchphrase entered. Your family's life azure families catchphrase. And your daughter's didn't know david l. yeah well get. Let's move along. yeah. I wanted to.
Life is Short with Justin Long
"david l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"John stockton who was the best point guard in the league and probably be in history Yeah i mean he's he's in the top five which lead over him magic johnson. Maybe jason kidd. I'm there other players who rival him guard for Whose e but he has the record for most assists which is the key stat for a point. Yeah and at the time. He was amazing and he was. Also alan iverson he also. He was a caucasian descent and was little used a little nerdy looking. I think you as someone who vaguely resembled him with very dark hair and very light skin. You kind of happy hair. Dark fluff lapierre's identified with him. And you and you liked him in part because you was easier for you to picture yourself in his position so you ended up liking the team. Yes sir Is that accurate very accurate. There's also another element. Which is why i thought the colors were cool. Purple and yellow. I thought cool. Yeah they did for. Yeah and carl malone grade the mailman. Oh man i i loved him all the man. That was his nickname. It yeah no not not. The mailman liked to orion. Just for clarity. Say hornicek jeff hornacek. Who turned out to be a great coach. Let's get back to literally charming daughter. Curious has Why you touch as there. You go did that. Four-minute explanation feis Back to rebecca. I'm born and raised utah. If that's how they say it. Yeah utahns utah. N- uta h an ha. Yes i was raised mormon. Hell no. I'm not anymore and no. My dad did not have multiple wives. Now that that's out of the way i'm not a sports ball person. Not even the chaz. So i was wondering what inspired justin to to that. Well there you go yeah. We covered that sufficiently. I'm a surgical assistant for an oral surgeon. Orel and after being on my feet ten to eleven hours a day. I think david bowie my higher power that i have y'all to listen to on my way home. You make my day with every episode off. Thanks rebecca nice. Thanks for bringing so many smiles laughs into the world. now for the finale. I didn't mean to swallow that. That's a really nice thing. Thank you now for the finale. Would you rather have yes would you rather have. Ibs or a rash that covered your entire body. Great great question. Well sometimes i think i have. Ibs rat. i've had both. I have it it. It really depends on the severity I would say if the rash also came with an h I think that's implied iran. I think rose come with which is okay. Well i would. No i would rather have. Ibs i think. Because i'm i think i'm vain enough that having a rational over my head it's true it would be difficult time through life. You don't have to be that level vein that you would not want arash reverse but you'd rather have. Ibs ibs is difficult. Goes some people with it and i. i wouldn't wanna have it. But who you know that shutouts but i think there are things like worst case scenario. Not near a bathroom in. You know you're not going to be you just make certain well precaution that takes precautions. That's the thing because ibs in a way can be relieved easier than a rash. I would imagine in this case. The rash does your. That's what i'm saying hypothetic. That's what i meant that. It can't be relieved. i would take. Aps yes me too. I guess it depends on where you are in public severe. It is too late because if you're giving a speech on like at least have a diaper that would suck afterward Just thinking about it would suck at woodstock..
The My Future Business™ Show
"david l" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"When we're told talking about his business order president network and we're gonna take a deep dive into the important role of the order appraiser and what makes a successful and the different ways to determine replacement value that say a mouthful. Isn't it data work to the show much. Here's absolutely great to have you here now. I've david inaugur just speaking little earlier about the ins and outs of the auto prize and network and it's for us to cover in a relatively short amount of time but first of all david let's say a little bit more bad. Where are you located time for you right here in the point so fantastic and it's obviously summertime they is. It is now being that. You're in the automotive industry do you. Do you have hobbies. It would wanna them because yes obviously. Yeah i spent a lot of time. Going car shows and lot of my friends have collectible cards. We i work on my own personal vehicle and settle the me and all my cures. All how automotive bug in common do you have In particularly and you collection do you just have one. I don't have you know. It's funny as appraiser. I don't have a collection. I i have a lot of clients with cars it. I end up with a lot of friends with the asked me to hold their vehicles so there you know one of my friends getting divorced we stash this car for me. And i'll keep it shirt and registered and you can drive. Different cars porsches. Ferraris exotic cars cars. Yeah i love a love having cars an always had some some really nice cars in our in our office data favorite as far as a favorite. I don't have a favorite har i. I like some obscure hers. These moscow panshir is one of my favorite ours. If i had to have one right now on san i love you know you what we've got a place called. The bird would a museum here where i live and have all of the ears of vehicles and it is an amazing experience when you go to these places and they start off with the wooden wheel type vehicle all the way up to current day and everything in between it's like going through a times and like a time warp do you. I guess my question is how back in the order appraise business. Do you go with the vehicles. We all regular basis. I appraised brass. Eric cars to eighteen ninety. So they're all you know some of their original vehicles that you know from the from the day i remember that stands out the most one of the original portions a big wagon wheel type of vehicle but it was electric back in the day. Those those original cars. That portion was a chapter man and so one of their first cars was actually electric. So when you when you're in the the guy can only imagine some of the exotic you would say guess. What are the some of the most expensive ones that you've seen there. There's been a couple that are just like my dog. just i can't believe my eyes when i see it. So one of them would be one of my clients has what's called a worry. So back in the sixties furry did not produce any convertible cars and the local importer in the united states. Wanted to import believed that they would be easier to sell flory's if they had a convertible and keep in mind back in the day. I didn't have a jewish network or part serves and so one of the first cars. They came out with a car that he wanted import. It was called was was a it was actually a. It's called berlin at convertible so his organization was called the north american race team. So they those early cars. There's ten of them in called mark in a rt. And i got on praise one of those and client one in his other update on the radio basis. And it's probably in the million dollar range that's blow and i sit he thinking to myself. I'm looking at and speaking with an encyclopedia of knowledge as somebody who has started the business in this game. I'd love to. I learn about the genesis of the organization. How did they come back. Was purely on the sesame. I needed to stay employed. And my my. I've always pardon me. The appraisal business engineering background. So i work as a as a as electrical engineer. I worked in nuclear physics and worked on all kinds of accelerator part. Quick slow readers for universities. And my job i had right before doing all appraisal business be were acquired by a company that is headquartered in colorado. And we're in california and They said that they would relocate all the everybody that needed to go out there and i declined the relocation because i'm from california i i do something california. Get another job you get and so basically out on the sesame. They offered me position. I'm helping them. Transform all the price of the californian support and everything to colorado and during that time they financed my office. My internet might cell phones. Everything i needed to run a business except for i wasn't working full time. I help them. Transition everything out where to go on the in that time period i had been doing some some some might form of appraisal or it was and my friends with asked me to do these things for him. I do it and developed a system for sending him photographs and in communicating with them value and conditional this since i had developed that i use the time that my employer with pain for to look into if it was a viable business for me to do appraisals in if i did appraisals if i wanted to do a big how would i how. How can i utilize people and local markets in florida and mean orland san diego and all different people to work together to do these appraisals on a national basis and what legal requirements to do that pitfalls. Try to try to put together some kind of a business model to wear. I mean the people people in those markets. Can you got and i can utilize.
The Michael Berry Show
"david l" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"You've seen the news that there is trouble in cuba. The people have had enough. why now. What's the reason behind this. How important is this will. The government suppress them. How many people will have to die for cuba. To see the freedom they seek. Why did the american media claim that they were screaming vaccines when they were screaming. Freedom what can we do to help political commentator. David grasso is cuban. American deeply affected by the crisis in cuba is also the host of the follow the prophet podcast and the anchor for bold tv. First of all david put into perspective. What's happening in cuba for folks. That aren't cuban-american in may not realize what's going on. So you know this could be best described by my mother's life. My mother will soon be sixty two and she was born a few months. After fidel castro. Came into power. Fidel castro marched into havana in january of nineteen fifty nine and ever since there haven't been elections and fidel castro famously sided with the soviet union. Which was of course the communist superpower at the time and ever since even until today cuba remained a very committed hardline. Hard-nosed communist government and it's one of the few that remain because if anyone paying attention in the past twenty five years or back. When i was in elementary school the berlin wall fell the soviet union collapsed and somehow most communist countries have moved onto freer markets. Maybe not freedom. But at least letting their citizens economically empower themselves cuba is a vestige of the past. The no longer exists and i believe that the people are getting tired of not being able to you know start their own business make their own money and i can talk at length as to the economic changes that have been tried could have largely failed recently. So why now but what. What has caused this outpoint. This isn't a random person this. This is an organized who saw this iran where people just had enough. What what do you think it was a coalescing factors that are causing this..
"david l" Discussed on Photography Radio
"We are going to ireland. We're going to nature. We're going to one of the best most insightful and most avakian landscape fine arts tigers. I think you're ever gonna find today. We're talking with david mcgee. David has a resume. That is the stuff of dreams it just in two thousand twenty alone won the silver award. The perez photography prize won the gold award at the moscow international photo awards silver and bronze awards in tokyo. I mean you start going down this list and you think my lord. This is extraordinary stuff. And it's no surprise when you start looking at the images. There is something about david's landscape photography that transcends documentation that transcends light and shadow and and something else leaves off those images that i find personally and inspiring and really really moving. David how are you today. How's life over on the other side of the atlantic is good despite the fact that the world's likely strange for putting their best foot forward and thank you for the invite to be here and looking forward to it. Well this is going to be a lot of fun david. A lot of us really cut our teeth on landscape photography and either on purpose or by accident simply because it doesn't move very fast you walk outside and the tree is going to be there for a while but landscape photography like so. Many things is much more difficult than we. I imagine to tell me what drew you to landscape. Photography as subject person is the very simple answer a numb time ago. I'm fifty eight as love. Sleek i started might autistic endeavors in ireland as a painter and i didn't quite work out. Didn't quite go to plan. And i drifted over to scotland to study graphic design per se at the best school bar but on day one day one i went on a weekend course trip with with the quote. Thomas joshua cooper who is renowned fine artists landscape. And i've got to say. I was just fascinated by his whole demeanor on his whole outlook on photography in the landscape as an art form. Now i've to say prior to that. I was one of the people that rarely see photography as an art form. So excuse me for that. I was going down this purest thing man and actually have garcia. He instilled a niche. That's an interesting progression that when you were doing painting what kind of painting were you. Doing was sort of realistic was an impressionistic. Was it still searching researching on. I was upset. I studied painting. Car ahead intended to stay on doing now. But i feel right scott. You know mission. I think when you're young irrespective of what your jury is difficult to find the path and could be convinced. The wrong when i went to glasgow and thomas. He was incredibly passionate. Couldn't be gifted at what he did. And i just had a feeling for. This was something in it. His based on nature. My whole life was based on Prior to that in ireland fishing is a massive passion of mine. Being buying the see was is where i grew. Up as a family we spend every weekend by the fishing cetera et cetera et cetera. Won't island a kind of made sense so it a knighted a fire in me that i can be honest. Cited at ideas bent thanking into then spent thirty years photographing learning inser fashion. So i never went on any other. Courses are i never. I never really involved myself with other token for working in landscape or otherwise. I i kinda went on my own journey to cross But it was very personal journey. I wasn't ever convinced that. I would out the work as it were really because it fulfilled desires for me. Just get get involved in this. It was the whole adventure being in the landscape and four graphically working in the landscape at just made me incredibly happy and then take that further and brought to the dark ruin create pictures and move along and they all ended up in boxes for many many years. You know boxes of boxes. I ever eat brain. It was a strange one. Because i had this thing about were fading and having my own work in in my own. Hold so interested in boxes behind on time. David this is a remarkable story. In and i should tell everyone because you and i were talking a little bit before we hit the record button here you talk about fishing everyday. Everyone two things you need to know number one. David holds the irish record for a pike northern pike caught on a flyer out at thirty three and a third pounds. Which you know anything about fly rods and you know anything about. Pike is a absolutely remarkable record. And i'm jealous on that one but even more importantly david has a website. And you need to be going there throughout this interview if you can. It's david mcgee. Photography dot com. There are a handful of other david. Mcgee's in the world. So make sure you have. David mcgee photography as the website. It is an elegant well-produced and from mendaciously inspiring website. I wanna go back one step though. Because i see a process developing here you went from sort of an abstract painting too graphic design which is sort of a formal. I mean it may not be former list but it is nonetheless highly. Intentional design work. Tell me how your training and design influence your photography not not only composition the field but your understanding of printing and that kind of context too. I think because because of my age has got to be honest. I consider myself lucky to have been in the era when we were dealing with film and chemicals and all of that stuff. I said i went to art college. Long before the internet was invented or thought so long before digital cameras and all that sort of thing so i personally think that was a great advantage because manifested the way of thinking which was running survey slow because it has to be so when i was at a gospel scooter bar whether raising the dark or whether i was on a design desk presentative slow process because everything is done by hand so any ideas concepts of whatever you're doing with pencil and paper everything in the dark drew you're doing with.
"david l" Discussed on Emendo
"Hello everyone. In Japan Neha nominal song, konichiwa I'm David Brom. The CEO of mental Biotherapeutics, we are very happy to become a part of Avengers and just group for us at the men, do as a company that developed its own science and beliefs in and great job, and bringing cures, finding a reliable, and trustworthy partner is a key element and we have found that with the antis off and more than that with Madison. And we look forward for the the collaboration. Hi. Precision is essential for therapeutic Gene editing and the Mandos plant platforms to new Clause optimizations that eliminates off targets and and allow manipulation only at the sites of interest and therefore provide safe and effective. Generic medicines. In addition to that the high priests, our high Precision capabilities, allow us to track meets single alleles, in addition, to bllack Gene editing by doing that, we open the window for treating more than a hundred additional diseases with Gene editing. So beyond being important for safety reasons, and then does high-precision capabilities birth. Was to perform a little specific editing. This actually opens the opens up the option to treat many on otherwise untrue diseases by by Gene editing such as such as dominant negative. Negative diseases. So on top of page performing b, l a big change in editing, which the market market potential of is estimated as eighty billion dollars only in the US Iraq. Had to that, a little specific editing capabilities. You, you get a market potential of additional, a hundred billion dollars and down to is practically pie in the Pioneer in addressing this, this, this vast vast diseases. So yep. Vision, our vision, the lines with answers Division and and fruits. First of all, and above all is to bring cures to as many people when that many diseases and bar as possible combining the, the scientific capabilities of both companies and juices and Achieve therapy, gene therapy world. And the Mendoza, gene-editing space does exactly that. And I believe that together we can become a global gene therapy, Gene editing company and Achieve exactly that. Your mother son, Gumball, thank you..
Good For You
"david l" Discussed on Good For You
"Him. Imagine why she backed out of that genius idea. But i do often fantasize about handicapping people obsessed with and keeping them in my home like on a mantle. I should have known that no one told me. But we're going to your age. How about that. We'll do a sequel right now. We can take one sure where when you go back to boston. Thanks for now. They want me to speak at your lab. Be honest if you guys can afford fee. I'll make we sign up if you want to sign up to get this test. Are you doing with a couple of people. in hollywood. Some of these these riffraff that you hit somebody's losers. Hang out with hollywood. Are you gonna do with them too. yes i won't say they are But they're at the top of the sign up list already over like getting tesla. You got know you well you know. We're testing eventually millions of people but we we want to have people are really into this. Sign up now for the the early version. So we've placed a sign up all right. I'm in thank you. Yeah what needs losing her. Mind over there do want it. Can i say the place to sign up. Is that gas please everything. oh so. we've we've set up a place where people can sign up to get this test when when it's done okay. Okay let go website now okay. It's there forever dot net no. It's called duck. Saint clair dot com with spelling. Dr the work. Do c. t. e. r. clear that com. Yeah i end these very awkwardly. 'cause there's no way to really do justice to being able to hear you talk this long so i'm just going to let it literally and figuratively speak for itself. Do you have a good time. Yes you mad about.
Good For You
"david l" Discussed on Good For You
"Plane only if your windows open. Do open the windows. I mean you're the things up in the sun's coming. I know that none of these things straight almost three lead you. It's hard to stop them. So the more. We fly the da's being dan yet and try going to marlton and not getting cancer. That's a problem so we work on that as a problem too. 'cause ilan doesn't yet think it's a big problem is not worried about getting. He should be right but the kind of person is that part of the reason. Why michael phelps you know was such a good swimmer. She'd had some kind of defect that made his heart bigger and his body like perfectly designed to swim a certain way tiger woods whatever his gift was lance armstrong whatever. His and part of the gifts of these people like alon is like a brain misfiring. That makes him not afraid of doing something. Most people should be afraid of which is. Why would amelia. Earhart have gotten in that fucking plane. That was so she must have had some kind of you. Know a middle deformity. That made her not scared of that. Sure but that's no excuse for stupidity. Yeah no no offense alone fan but do we need his sort of blind spot and whatever the arrogance is that says. I'm not going to get this. Despite the science. Is that the kind of person you need to forge ahead for something like space travel. Yes i mean. The huge risk That people will take. It's a risk you don't have to take you could boost the body's defenses against these cosmic rays gamma rays things And so it's one of the things. We worked on with nasa. We we want some naso award for not. Just shielding the spacecraft..
Good For You
"david l" Discussed on Good For You
"But it's called the placebo effect right. I'm going to cure. You gonna lay my hands on you. Get better and often people do a chiropractor we have plenty of. The charlatans in hollywood just offended a million people. that's great is there. Hey that's my brand. Are there placebo effects in genetics. Oh wow yes there are. But it doesn't change your genome. It changes the control systems. The epigenetics even and yeah. That's what placebo is doing. It's changing which genes turn on and off So if i just tell you that your superwoman. You think you are and that'll turn on genes. That will help you like if you smile. During exercise you get stronger in your less tired. Is that true. I think so. We better try that yes. I'm miserable if you smile at activates like endorphins. In you have been more energy if you listening amazing song if you listened to eye of the tiger you're gonna run fast told me exercise. I sometimes cry when i exercise. When did i tell you that. I really admit that. There are times in when i was in this spin class when they would turn the lights off. Emily's done it with me and they would play. You know like the landless more that song and when you're just working so hard something would happen where i would just release emotion. It was pretty embarrassing to look at but the great thing is you're sweating so much that people don't know if it's tears or sweat like it's the perfect place to cry in public. Nobody really knows good but smiley doing. Yeah exactly yeah. Oh that's it. I mean that's my whole thing smile through tears that's called being in hollywood baby. There's a lot i want to get to is. Are there any updates on the nasd front. You're a strong proponent. Even give it to your dogs. And i'm going to start this week. Giving it to your dogs s. Okay talked my brother. He's working on okay. so yes there's a there's a lot debt you one. Unfortunately we haven't published it. And i can't tell you my gosh. I'm what happened in darkest hits you in the night. Yeah yeah so. Does everyone know what any type believes that one you just recap it and keep going clean this town knowing about it is that i had this and i was like i cannot drink coffee with milk and sugar in it in front of david sinclair and i did it anyway and i put it here and i was like who do you think you are drinking this right in front of him saying f you to all to have lifespan next to this to this is my favorite book on the planet. I'm drinking a sugary coffee. With aplomb in front of you and then of course i had to knock it over..
Good For You
"david l" Discussed on Good For You
"Talk about that. I was a photo photo. Miss out the dick pic. It was for science. So what do you do to stay young on a daily basis. Well if there's one thing. I would say made a big impact to eat less and less often. Yes so not. Starvation not talking malnutrition him but we don't need to eat three meals a day with snacks. In between this old idea of you shouldn't be hungry. In that stresses the body. That's a bunch of bs right. Science says that way we evolved to be hungry part of the time and that turns on our buddies defenses against disease and aging. So i i barely ever eaten a breakfast in my life I do eat lunches occasionally but try to avoid them. And i have a pretty decent dinner and i think it's a great way to live in some of the misinformation that we've gotten is eat little snacks a day to keep your metabolism going. If you don't eat enough your metabolism's going to slow down as that. We've all just been lied to. Yes no really a. And we've studied this in my lab knows have done this to when you restrict your calories. Metabolism actually speeds up allah. Yeah there were a little battery packs you've heard of mighty andrea you read my book. You know what they are you get more of those it when hungry and they speed up And so. I feel more energetic than i ever have and i actually if i start to eight again if i if i had three meals a day i couldn't think straight i've done it a few times i had actually. I went out with my son. And i had. This was a chicken fried chicken burger and for three days. I felt sick. It got stuck in digestion. So i don't wanna go back to that. I love the feeling of just being fit. And i don't feel hungry. That's misconception. People go all you know. Don't miss breakfast lunch. I'm gonna be thinking about food. It's true for the first two weeks. You have this addiction to put stuff in your mouth once over almost it is scarcity complex for me like growing up..
The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"david l" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"David john tully voices batman and bruce wayne in batman so the dragon i recently spoke to the former grim star about voicing the dark knight doing good being on many roundtables. And even some phone calls with you grim. So it's right now he know. Yeah yeah great. that you're in this man I loved your take on batman. I really did. I thought it was cool. Thank you so much by batman to me kind of has a little bit of an edge on this very subtle but it's there Was that something that you were directed to or that kind of leap out a little bit at you on when you read the script. Oh i mean. I did everything. Directors won't be do. I think that Batman has an inch In my view anyway. I think he is the guy who is extremely unsettled for and Damage and angry. There's obvious then. Get any witnesses cell. He got charming roost. Wait to be extremely charming. Talk secret and and we all know it is and Now should certainly be on the page again. We're doing what's your really your warming without any actors you under stress. But you're not doing this when you're not next month so i relied on west recent and sam lou to kind of drag me and you're right on on And you're bruce wayne was cool too because he looked a little unfinished and in particular with richard dragon. It was kind of like he's. He's trying to balance between batman. Bruce wayne and he hasn't hasn't gotten it down yet me when i was on. He's not quite getting my Sort of nascent. Oh no snare. Batman we now It was really fun. Visit bruce. i'm life. I mean really young man with now talk. Yeah we get to see him before this on. Stop thing he asks. These hours are universally fears. And you see him getting the It was really really on the plane. I knew i love the diversity of the cash and you really bring back these seventies heroes and and and set it in that time period What was really cool. It was the seventies vibe of the peace and everything seventy more. Did you get a sense of that when you were recording to kind of stay in that zone question. You know who's written you know nara. I'm from a movie But you don't know natalie amount which years plans that until you get into sound and to creative directors now s guy me a lot of lines very if you wanna do themselves and sometimes it is. Sometimes we didn't name. Were very very smart and adamy humor. You're in there and seen the movie now finally They were soon right. You know they haven't you wanna madman. Dr bruce very dr versus now Humor from the other martin's yes you know. It's that's one thing that was pointed out to me was the fact that after the sixty six batman when this batman came out this was where he starts to really make that turn towards was a little bit and kind of leave the not the funny things aside and if your performance you know bear that out so that was cold really see. I never even thought together. I'm name do you. Have you see my entire houses. Even africa's new lane on new town that's right and so now we are nearly nine hundred and it is so hot. Learn everything now. A lot of people have play batman and have voiced him. When you went into you know record you kind of have to push them aside and say this is mine and go into it and not let him get into your head. A little bit honestly. You're telling me now. I didn't know anybody tell you know i had. No you know. I m batman i. I kind of knew where this is. Just how dark agenda. So i had that in my head i know. True options are kind of I didn't want her mind brian. I really was given some License with directors and Allowed to do what i did and then see my working rim. Yeah and they kind of might not that you're doing to dark inside nuclear conflict with yet and row slain have similar passed a real not more own and you have to kind of the reluctance chiro who who's in the room He sure did both of them have definitely it was really cool to To see and what was interesting was his relationship would would richard dragon and how he figured out who he was and how he could tell that he wasn't there yet as to balancing it off a little bit but kind of book you gotta you gotta be that guy we need that guy right now so Talking about that relationship. I thought i should good moments between the two of them in the great. I mean you pretty you pretty much now and there was some you know what i mean. Yeah you was sort of your student will cool relationship. It's time to pick them up really which call list to see. All the grim alumni doing colt things russell had a show of one million little things for you and now batman and of course elizabeth lane. You're both playing into dc universe which is cool It really shows the level of talent that was on that show. Yeah we were very fortunate. All of us were Yearly.