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Kamala Harris responds to Trump calling her 'nasty,' 'madwoman'

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:28 sec | Last month

Kamala Harris responds to Trump calling her 'nasty,' 'madwoman'

"Presidential nominee Kamala Harris responded to President Trump, calling her all sorts of names, including nasty. Here's what she replied along with Joe Biden jumping in an exclusive interview with ABC is David Moore. I think that there is so much about what comes out of Donald Trump's mouth. That is designed to distract the American people from what he is doing every day that is about neglect, negligence and harm to the American people, Incompetence.

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Workers Sue Smithfield Foods, Allege Conditions Put Them At Risk For COVID-19

The Takeaway

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Workers Sue Smithfield Foods, Allege Conditions Put Them At Risk For COVID-19

"Smithfield foods workers are suing the company over conditions at one of its meat processing plants in Missouri so busty young Martinez Valle de via from member station K. B. I. A. has an update the suit alleges workers at the Missouri plant are being forced to work in cramped environments without enough protective equipment putting them at risk of contracting cove in nineteen workers say production speed has increased since a covert nineteen outbreak shut down a major Smithfield plains South Dakota David Moore asking is one of the lawyers representing the plaintiffs in the suit all we want all we're asking for is it for today aggressively defend its workers right if they do that our claims go away in a statement Smithfield denies the allegations and says it looks forward to defending itself in court Smithfield is that it will pay any worker that has to quarantine up to fourteen days if they test positive for the virus the suit seeks an injunction to force Smithfield the change the speed of production and calls for testing and tracing protocol for

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"david moore" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

13:57 min | 7 months ago

"david moore" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Going ON DIGITAL WALK. Canada's welcome back to show just so in case you haven't heard yet. We just went out that Seir. Week has been cancelled due to concerns over the corona virus. Sarah Week is probably one of the most expensive conferences you can go to in the world at like nine thousand dollars ticket the showcase a lot of technology. There's a delegates from like eighty different countries. That were supposed to come in. But due to that a lot of concerns that corona virus will just take all week so absolutely crazy anyways This week we sat down with David Moore. Ceo of deep imaging to discuss his journey. And how they're real time fluid tracking technology is changing the game for operators. It's just pretty cool stuff that we've never seen before so we're actually going to try to go out to the field with these guys and check it out soon But really quickly before we get into the episode. I don't know if you know this Inaba. Nanny percent of all financial advisors in America today have zero legal obligation to act in your best interest. This is because they're paid commissions recommending certain products like expensive mutual funds or whole life insurance policies. And this is the case with almost every major firm you've heard of now Brownlee. Wealth management is the only fee-based registered investment advisor in the world that is tailored specifically to service oil and gas industry professionals and retirees. Justin Brownlee significant and expertise in this niche having personally manage over three hundred and fifty million dollars in client assets. This is important because professionals in our industry often have complex compensation structures employer's.

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"david moore" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

10:28 min | 7 months ago

"david moore" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Of the navy. And it's an awesome. Because if you think about it we deploy this array rights. We take technology we take it out of the field. We deploy it. We run it. When we're done we pick it up. Put back demobilizing go onto the next job. I mean that's everything. Every one of the military is ever done right that is a deployment in itself and the guys are used to being gone for like myself. Six eight twelve months at a time. Well we we put them in the Large FRAC GO thirty days. They have problems. Could go forty forty five days in there used to it and it's not like they're gonna go man. I can't be out of here anymore. I don't want to do is they're not going to bitch about it. They're they're like sweet. I get to go home. You know and and and and I'm home for three weeks and then I get to go back again. It's like many deployments. Because the money's better right because you get you get the feel differential and they like it and they like the. I think the culture that we brought in on the operation side read. It's it's the guy's really worked together. They understand their jobs. They all can do multiple jobs. Which makes it so. That's the great thing about higher military folks because they're used to either they don't have blinders on myopic view of. That's my job and you never hear. That's not my job. You're because you all know everytime I says that my skin crawl. I just want to jump out of my skin. Job is whatever needs to be done today. And that's great about those guys because they they all just jump in. They're going to they can. They're so smart. They can learn multiple things and Somebody gets sick somebody can augment them. You know somebody's wife's having a baby we send the next guy. It's always next man up. And that's how we've gotten to have such a fluid and seamless operation so the teams grade we're This is my third CEO role. I would say I'm most proud of this team by far Everybody works well together. Everybody you know as a startup. We were talking about taking out the trash. I mean if we're not I'm honestly not getting a Lotta days where you know. We've got a bunch of guys in the field of things that you'd be done. I'm walking around empty and trash cans but all the guys and and folks that worked for us do the same thing so it's just a fantastic team. You'll have thirty two people on the team outright. Thirty two people on team. Yeah so we develop everything ourselves. We've got Twelve patents twenty nine if you look at International. Yeah we've patented everything we do and you guys were you base out of you in Humboldt. Texas don't have shop out in midland or are you guys know everything from Tumble we mobilized Tombaugh we've got a lot of partnerships with folks like we worked most of the most the fall river and so we'll leave are up there but a two wills zipper fits into the back of a forty eight foot trailer. And so we own all trailers and contract Al guys move around but yeah it all fits in a forty eight foot trailer so I don't need. It's all fairly mobile so I've got to just keep it loaded up shot. Take it out patient. Yeah for sure. Yeah for sure to these guys live on location to stay. Hotel both depends right so a lot of TIMES PERMIAN. The guys are in a man. Camp is makes it easier to do laundry this food available? It's close to what they're doing. Because you know you're out the You're out near Paco's or somewhere else. There's not much out there right and powder river. It's Nice because there are some nice little towns here and there and we could create a startup just VR B. O. Will find a big house to house or we'll use hotels as an AIRBNB. Yeah exactly in their exactly. So it's interesting. You said that. Y'All been working in the in the powder river basin. His Ernie reason for that or I mean you know obviously most of the activities in the Permian. So it's easy to default to say that you guys would be busy in the Permian. Is there any reason why powder river operators are are using you guys? Yeah I think they're they have sections out there and I think they're finding that those sections in the the some of the early development have been productive. And you know they WanNa make sure that when they look at what they're doing are they. Are they doing the right thing? Is the formula writers to completion writer. The is a stage facing right or the as the well spacing right because there's not there's a lot out there but there's not a lot out there right there's not the volume that's in. The Eagle further is not the volume is in the Permian and being able to prove. The value of a section is huge. I think for companies out there and I think they`re. They're getting a lot of traction from from investors and things like that so You know our product is great. If especially if you're GONNA prove section out taking it through taking your completion design and seeing what it did. Mapping that the production side and what's coming out and then re re using those technologies to make sure you optimize that so It's a own Assay Virgin section right. It's it's had some attention but not as much as the rest and I think I think people are trying to employ science and other technologies and do it right from the beginning As it starts to blow up So it's it's great for us because you know we all suffer. I don't care what technology I don't care if you're we don't really think we have competitors too much because we'll complement each other and Any of the technologies you know this is this is where you deploy them right. You've got a new section you've got to figure out and you've got to take that technology and keep using it. Yeah because that adoption rate is just so slow. It is about to ask you. What have you guys seen As far as adoption rate for your product. Because you know when you explain it to me it seems like it's Pretty Reno relatively low risk for the operator of course nothing. I'm GONNA DO GONNA down the right. Yeah you know of course debt to pay for it but other than that. I mean you're not gonNA screw the well bore. You know you're not going to shut down the job so Usually I mean just in my mind. I'm not an EMP. But in my mind seems like a no brainer to give you know to give it a shot. How's it been for you guys as I mean? Is it kind of a traditional oil and gas tech adoption curve? You know or what are you guys seeing? Yes some what. The market has helped us a little bit. And there's so much pressure I don't care if you're reading you know. Emp Magazine and Reading The Wall Street Journal The New York Times. There's so much pressure on these EMP. Companies to return a prophet right into Make sure that I mean that's the point of business right. It is to make money. It is it is and I think I think you know the historically. There's been a lot of money in oil and gas right and a lot of it is on on Some of its own speculation right. Some of it's on you know what you're getting out of your current section and a lot of times it's based on science and you know they'll do these science pads it's three to five percent of the section of three to five percent of their wells and then you're going to spread that across your whole section peanut butter sandwich and you don't always spread it evenly and and I think the adoption pieces that because historically technology has been used on the science pads it's it's it's a it's a It's a long PUTT. I'll giving 'em. Wd. In the in the eighties was was a nice to have right and there was a technology and it took six seven years. And now it's on every well nobody's GONNA nobody's GONNA drive without it right straight now. Average drill string so I think I think there's a pathway forward with us and especially going back to you get one out of every ten barrels were barrels outright. So there's something has to change some some technology or group of technologists has to be used so that goes to two or three or four right so I mean I started my career in aviation i. I doubt you guys are going to get on a plane lands. One out of every ten times probably not probably not right so I I'm not I. I like to make sure they land early in my career. That was always a little bit interesting. But it's the same thing we've got. We've got to figure out how to land better. And that is understanding how those wells are interacting understand how the stages are interacting and taking that of rolling it into the production data and using it two ways. One is operational tool so by plug failure. If I've got batsmen all those things that happened throughout Throughout the completion you know those are operational things we can do to save cost and save money immediately and even if you get halfway down your well bore and you look at your treatment plan you look at where the fluid and prop and went in. It's not stimulating. All the Rock. You thought do you pause and try to fix that formula or do something different? You treat more of that acreage because theoretically that will lead to more production right another operational piece to it. Then I don't think you know is is kind of vocabulary. Yeah that's when you say it like that mind starts running Mike Okay. Fewer completions engineering. You're out there. You're seeing this happen. You're not getting all the coverage that you want and what do you. What do you do at that point? What Standard Operating Procedure you? You shutdown reevaluate. Hey what can we do better and so you start. He kind of opened up. This new can of worms right so now a companies have start figuring out. Okay well for not doing as good of a job as we thought we were. What's what's the next step now. We got to figure out our procedure for doing a better job real time so and I think it's not even just the companies right so if I'm if I'm a pumper and I had a technology like ours and I could help the company the contractor me to come pumps and water so of to to FRAC I. There's there's there's there's an economic there's a revenue model there. The says that I should be able to get paid based on efficiency right because it should lead to production and we're having conversations with some of those companies now because I think everybody's everybody understands. Technology is the is the next step. It's always hard to figure out how to deploy it and how to do it economically Right now we're look a little bit less than the call a cost of an extra stage on well so we're not an impeding impeding prophets as you've got to cost a single stage and you're able to produce all the sufficiency. I mean theoretically you gotTa. We should be more than economical for for a well. If I can help you I mean just think about that if I can help you save four stages and so you've got forty fifty stages on this ten thousand foot lateral. I help you save four stages you've got a four x return on what you invested in the technology. I.

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"david moore" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

10:59 min | 7 months ago

"david moore" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Those fun things. I get to do I love to it. And so it's been it's been an insurance. It's been a the last year and a half especially the technology was really ready to go. Leo We just had to figure out how we can implement in the field because a customer doesn't want us to get half. The data is really really usable. When you talk about everything going on with my my well spacing right or my stage bases to close to four. Yeah when we can show them that those models by wing francs that. They're getting from the modeling that they're doing and they think they're gonNA. They've got to one of their two wells and they're you know ten million square feet each based on their half length in the lengthy welded. They're gonNA treat and you show them based on that that treatment that they didn't do twenty million square feet they did sixteen and a half sometimes twelve and a half there's a lot of rock untreated and that means. I've I've left. You know sometimes forty percent of the value of my section in the ground. It's it's a tough problem. We're facing right. We on average week one out of every ten barrels out of the ground shale so how can companies like us and technologies like us really help these guys go to go to three? How can you improve the recovery of the World War? I mean more profitable at right on a main. You look at what's happening in. Shell right now. It's been recurring theme across the show. I think you're the second fret technology show in a row and I think that you're going to start to see more evolution of technology around this issue because it is such a big issue right and talk about the fried kits or many parents a child issues and it's really kind of destroying Capital on the industry and it is currently done. How is the Monitor and currently doesn't mean you know there's there's a there's a there's a? There's a few different technologies I think. The industry incumbent is they're using seismic. So you're breaking rock creates a pressure wave. You know where that rock breaks and to completely replace is me I I think it I think it I think it replaces it for the most part. I think there's some seismic I still think there is some goods to to seismic like we look at the fluid and prompt in the X and X and y right so matthew seismic can give you some height to it. You know. We're working on that as we go. But I think it's a I think it's really a correlation of technologies. I don't think it's one and I think I think it's a correlation of technologies as as you talked to others. Were on the verge of really this technology revolution. I think in oil and gas last time we had a huge downturn an an a stagnant period kind of we're now late eighties was the was the one time I think in oil and gas that they saw a huge influx of technologies because they had to to re kickstart the industry because we've technologies. Come Hugh come a long way and I think us as an industry. We really struggle with adoption. And if we go back to that we get one out of every ten barrels out of the ground right if you don't figure out how to fix that not only from a capital standpoint right. If we waste that rock I've got two kids thirty years from now. They're going to you know be they're gonNA BE FEEDING ME. Tapioca in a rest home somewhere and slot. Because hey why couldn't get to because we're struggling now. We couldn't get hour this huge resource here that we can't we can't tap into and you know we we put in the perspective of you know. We've we've created this really high tech manufacturing floor subsurface. I mean it is. It is as high tech as you can possibly get. And we're producing this product day in and day out but we've forgotten all lights right we can't we're having we're struggling to see what we're doing when we can see. I still think we're struggling with multiple technologies comes in. How do we apply that so that I don't have a FRAC? I don't pressure up apparent well next to me to the point where I have to stop operations. I have to believe that. Well the pressure off that well so they can continue fracking. My you know three child zippered well next to it and say a waste ten hours on our way twelve hours or at least twenty four hours. I mean it's ten eleven thousand dollars an hour that were sitting there doing nothing and just waiting pressure to bleed off. What if I could stop that right? What if you do technology like ours and as you separators out of you see a the pressure going up? So it's technologies put together and be. You're watching that fluid and profit start to run away towards the well. You can just stop pumping a myriad of things you could do but those things are. We believe that you can you? Can you can stop them and make yourself much much. More efficient traditionally about or traditionally at oil and gas operations spin on on a long time. But I spent years person down whole operations and always fascinated because we're doing shit and like we always have a thesis or conceptual understanding what's happening but you'll have a true understanding what's happening because can't monitor right and if we get to the point where we can actually understand what's happening underground in real time. I mean it's a game changer. Right and we saw this. You know I used to run expandable casing and one of our products was a refi Kleiner and so we'd go. We'd run liner. We'd cover up the existing perforations that way. The company could go in No Space Avenue new clusters of person refresh. And if they didn't do that option you know they usually do cement squeezed and try to you know. Fill in the old person going and ref- rack and you know they say oh. We think when we do that you know the majority of everything is just going into the purse right outside the he'll but you're never ever able to really know right and so with technology like this. I mean it's credibly Bible if you can see. Hey this is where all are fluid and Prophet has actually going and guess what if it is if it is chasing out and go into another world war. Shut the FUCKING PUMPS OFF. And you know just pumping money down the whole so. I think that if we can get to that point I mean this technology sounds like you know. It's definitely a step in that direction where you can actually understand what's happening two miles under the surface. I think that's a game changer. For Sure Yeah. We really think it is an interior example with the cement right so even even during not not a refracted during a normal fragment if you have bad. Som It right you're pumping that fluid and Providence GonNa find the path of least resistance. And you've already got the well bore there and if you've got a depleted zone somewhere down the lateral say it moves up the up the anyalysts and just goes into that depleted zone and jumps two or three stages and you don't know that because you know at the surface because you don't know that you've had bad cement so knife rack those next three stages will where's the rest of they're gonna go. It's IT'S LAZY. Just like human beings find the path of least resistance right basic physics basic physics. And you know what if we can help you with that because then you can make the decision at one hundred and a quarter or one hundred fifty thousand dollars stage either. Completions engineer or the company can make the decision to move past where they saw that fluid improper go into a depleted zone. And you know that's four hundred fifty thousand dollars or whatever. The economics are for the operator per stage. That you've now saved and that's it's all about free. Cash flow right at de businesses exist to create a profit visit existence. You can help companies understand When they're when they're getting blocked off in about the screen out to right. I mean I can't tell you how many jobs that have been on where gets to sit around for a few hours because they screened out in Pump too much don. Holon wasn't able to get it. Get into formation so it goes back to just being under being able to understand what's happening in real time and act accordingly so you mentioned Your CTO he was the one that You know brought the technology and he had the You know his cognizant. He had the self awareness that said. Hey we need help. On the commercialization side Business Development Side. So they brought you in. I said eighteen months ago Roughly yes Oh tell. Tell me a little bit. How did you guys get linked up? You know how did how did that? Relationship happened and Tell us a little bit about the team as well. Yeah the the relationship. The owners found me. You know it's it's always a it's always tough. You never know from a personality standpoint. Right if everybody's GonNa Mash and in that kind of situation you have to because I I mean he's the he's the technology expert right. I'm I'M NOT. I'm not I'm the I'm the business guy coming in right. I'm an engineer by trade. So it's not that far off the path but it's got to be a good match and he and I spent a good bit of time before I made the decision to come over. I heard him out on what his vision was. And I think the names Trevor Period and the beauty of of what Trevor is. He's very self aware on what he's good at writing and he's good at the technology and he's good technologist this is his fourth entrepreneurial endeavor that he's he's put together and then he's gone and hopefully either we're going to grow it or we're GONNA sell it at some point and he. He knows what he knew at the time that he needed to concentrate on continuing developed technology. we were starting to get some invest but he knew the operations needed help and he wasn't an operator so they went out. Found the the old recovering operator writes coming to come and help out so the relationship is great. He and I kind of bifurcated. We don't we talk. We collaborate. We don't step on each other's toes. I think it's the best you could. You know it's not. It's not always wanted roses right we we're as we we have. We have great discussions about what we think we should do. And where we think we should go and we don't always agree but for the most part it's been a it's been a pretty synergistic relationship and I don't think we would be where we are if we if we if we didn't have such a great relationship so you know we've had we've probably bought fifty percent of the team over. The last. Eighteen months is new. We bought a new chief development officer and he came over from fracture. Id And has has brought a whole new sales team in our marketing team is fantastic. they're great about getting the message out. I wouldn't be here talking to you guys today. If we didn't actually they love the on the podcast given on some content. Yeah exactly exactly. So they brought those pieces in and then you know when we looked at it. What we really needed help was on. That was on the operation side so one of the things. I'M PROUD OF IS THIRTY. Percent of all employees are veterans. And you know it's it's not always easy for a business to see good people coming out of the military and translate what they did in the military because there's a lot of jargon and speak to what they think they could do well in the private sector and of those folks half of them came directly from the military So my director of operations came from the Naval Academy of Director Operations Rehired of straight out.

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"david moore" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

13:56 min | 7 months ago

"david moore" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Going ON DIGITAL WALK. Canada's welcome back to show just so in case you haven't heard yet. We just went out that Seir. Week has been cancelled due to concerns over the corona virus. Sarah Week is probably one of the most expensive conferences you can go to in the world at like nine thousand dollars ticket the showcase a lot of technology. There's a delegates from like eighty different countries. That were supposed to come in. But due to that a lot of concerns that corona virus will just take all week so absolutely crazy anyways This week we sat down with David Moore. Ceo of deep imaging to discuss his journey. And how they're real time fluid tracking technology is changing the game for operators. It's just pretty cool stuff that we've never seen before so we're actually going to try to go out to the field with these guys and check it out soon But really quickly before we get into the episode. I don't know if you know this Inaba. Nanny percent of all financial advisors in America today have zero legal obligation to act in your best interest. This is because they're paid commissions recommending certain products like expensive mutual funds or whole life insurance policies. And this is the case with almost every major firm you've heard of now Brownlee. Wealth management is the only fee-based registered investment advisor in the world that is tailored specifically to service oil and gas industry professionals and retirees. Justin Brownlee has significant and expertise in this niche having personally manage over three hundred and fifty million dollars in client assets. This is important because professionals in our industry often have complex compensation structures employer's stock in significant tax planning opportunities since fee only fiduciary. Every piece of advice they give is because they deem it to be in her absolute best interest unlike brokers they received no kickbacks commissions of any kind and they're flat fee structures to save you thirty forty fifty even possibly a hundred thousand dollars a year to learn more about Brownlee wealth management. And how they can help you. I'd suggest checking out some of their blog posts on their website. We've put a link to one of those in particular In the show notes below they do a great job of breaking down some complex topics to help you understand them and plan for your future better. What.

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Seahawks take over 1st place in NFC West, beat Vikings 37-30

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Seahawks take over 1st place in NFC West, beat Vikings 37-30

"The Seattle Seahawks won their fifth straight game with a thirty seven thirty victory over the Minnesota Vikings Russell Wilson passed for two hundred forty yards and two second half touchdowns including the sixty order to David Moore has a seo score twenty four straight points to open a thirty four seventeen lead then held up a Vikings fourth quarter rally Chris Carson rush for one hundred two yards and a touchdown for Seattle well were shot penny added another seventy four yards on the ground and scored twice Kirk cousins passed for two hundred seventy six yards and two touchdowns for the Vikings Jim Bernard Seattle

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"david moore" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"david moore" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"With our final segment with David Moore, who is live in the United Kingdom is book is called evolutionary, metaphors, you, foes, new existentialism and the future paradigm. You mentioned a little bit about psychologists Carl young as well. What's his involvement in your work here? Call young Tate nineteen fifty eight but cool flying sources missing skies. So he's one of the earliest serious dumbing life is on the UFO phenomena. And of course, he coined the woods and capacity to. So he's a very important one when it comes to understanding the paranormal and the meaningful dimensions what a thinker he was David. Oh, absolutely. And then importance with the unconscious, and so on kind of stem from Kalyan Floyd wasn't he? At odds with Freud. They were close at one point. But then all of a sudden something happened. They Boca pop and employed. And young argued ova poltical phenomena. And they both went in though, 'cause directions Floyd more the, the libido and the materialistic under the spec from informed went into the mythological monocle elements of psychology. What do you think young would be saying today about all these your foe cases and sightings, and reports strangely? I think that I fly sources move elephant now than it was in nineteen fifty. Yeah. Nevada about the Cold War hysteria. And we got into notifies thing can be in. No, not so much wool. But with information at the moment we, we have so many conflicting cost why is being blown up around everywhere? So I think he would see the UFO as a symbol of some sort of balancing. In your personal opinion. Do you believe in the multi verse theory? Yes, I think that's one of the models, we're gonna have to use to into stunned the mystery of you of because it works across so many dimensions similar tiny and how it seems to have a coal deposits. So we need to look into the colts really to start to understand what kind of logic it works on. Let's take some calls. Now. Joe in Long Island New York, east of the Rockies. Hey, Joseph, go ahead. Great interview of two questions, I would be talking about your experience with the same Michael book now are wear of the synchronicity, but one do we know whether to try and tap in further and go beyond just synchronicity and trying proceed gives you a car, you wouldn't necessarily drive if you'd have to say should I drive this car? You know that whatever. And my second question would be your neighboring country. I've been to taking a trip to Ireland and I and I thought it was strange relates to the title of your book, ever Lucien area that was like I stayed up through the night one time. And that was in the morning. They were these strange blackbirds maybe grows that, well, you know, the cathedral, let what just seem to be watching, and then the coast of dangle that was strange phenomena. You know like. A show you know, went down to one beach. What's sad that will weighs like sixty the next speech down, maybe only three miles down that was the boat launch. That was twenty five feet and the ways will coming over that, so more than twenty five feet and, and it seemed to be saying, Hello. We would here I yes. Sense of a sense of presence in the area that. It seems to be on time, human beings and his first question David that little voice that tells you what to do, and what not to do with or something could happen based on that intuition that you might have. What do you think of that? In Jewish, zillion portent, part of a cult thing things much thinking in general. I think the best way to know if some things about the way you have to be careful you have to hold back and you have to discipline you emotions. So you don't Jim, Jim. To speak, you know, like an overexcited hosts and both into the direction of synchronicity. So you have to be very just been canceled on the back of my emotions. Always use the example of social media is a good example, twits that site Twitter and you look at Twitter and you can find your hall, outpacing and disagreeing with all the comments on that, and you can be really impulsive and jump in and comments and getting boiled and loads of tiles. But if you take a step back, and you have probably move back to this event to the importance is to join pool back. I always logically, and then with you, and you intuition until I tend to like, it's full scale and its shape Allston molecular experience in the coal is often felt overwhelming because. Yeah, has too many dimensions say the mine fires off, and it needs to expend to incorporate all of these unusual shapes as the moment, but I think the best thing to do is, is to discipline, the emotions and really go deep inside instead you ground yourself because otherwise you'll fly off into the call. Yeah. You sure would. Let's go to g in Tennessee on the wildcard line. Gee, thanks for holding. Go ahead. In dimensional being, I just like to ask you anybody has had it experiences for many, many, many, many years still chose. But about a about a year ago, I waiting close to. You know with that. I do. And I can this is that, that I've had in my wife I've had this gift of seeing things. And when I when we were there work related, I think dimension being now from this time. In, in almost of that trying to control. I gotta tell you, your dream state, which is very powerful. You can pick up a lot of this in, that's where a lot of these entities will try to communicate but in your particular case as you said, they're trying to control your mind that's kind of weird. David, isn't it? Yes, it's disturbing. But I would it says any such forces that controlling your mind you have to develop a strong will against to to really study. And again, it's like being misled by the wisp bumping island is the Coleman vice the will of the wisp, which will follow this mysterious lights to whatever fate lies at the end of the, the passage. But I think if a good one, too, I commend would be kicked self-defense by the on fortune, which is good old book, but basic techniques to defend yourself in these mine policy that cold in calling Wilson. Have you ever had any psychic attacks on yourself, personally day? But not that I'm aware of, but I think we can treat extensive difficult times in our life with the same the same intentions as if you were to be top play external forces. And of course, I if you have these difficult times you can pass on them, but you have to doing to send you know, he did pass onto them, then you have to know that you all, but I think, though so identities, which can attack won't, so it's always to be very careful. And again, I think they come through the gaps in emotion. And when the defense is the time so it's very important to, to keep those in check and find something that makes you happy and used to last, so she would watch comedy like Lowell in haughty to protect yourself because it would something joy. Next up. Let's go to whose turn is it, it is Kurt in Medford, Oregon Kirk welcome to the program. Good to have you with us. Thank you very much. Good to speak with you again. Glad to speak with you. Okay. Thank you. Hello, your statement about music and left or is very important. They seem to if they wanna have power over someone they music and laughter. Seems to kind of throw the most them, but we really don't know what these beings are truly. We can't say they're aliens. We can't say their dementia will be we just don't know one, one possibility. They've given a couple of huge hits, there's a few cases, one of these cases, a lady, it was abducted numerous times shoot. Was upset that the way they looked and she told so and they said, why are you so shocked at the way we look. And because when you die, you will appear just as we do. And that was shocking case, I've had some and then. In regards to guests at your hat on within the last few weeks. Real quick here. He had a guest that believes that none of these UFO's are good. Not he, he could keep Georgia's. Do you think any of us good? The guys. I don't think I have. It hasn't it is right. Georgia would probably know who that was and the other guest David four yesterday. Well, he's caught her out, you know, this all makes sense. If we were in health, if we're in hell, and they're taunting, the UFO games are to try to wake us up to get us out of here to make us aware. It would make a lot of sense. We're in hell, yes. I think we call him, listen said that we live in the house regions of Siberia, the equivalent to the spiritual world and its testing world. The us is testing world. This is one of the things I got into victory. Masterfoods at length is that I'm not blowing up to mystic about UFO's and saying that the symbols of evolution enjoy one of the things I think, to get to the depths of the spiritual experience. If it is, as believe the experience is to take on sensible identity and really crystallize us out. So we're some close to be back to. And that's one of the things that really scraping guys into a lot. And he was a student of the Goodyear Fook, which is all about this discipline which, I think this has been open, psychic abilities and also makes much difficult more difficult to be attacked so like logically, Dr David Jacobs, thinks that all you of visits are evil. Would you. You think of that. It's hard to tell because there's a lot of evidence counter to that point. So David Jacobs, I if I a web, if I'm collected did a lot of hip, no question, hypnotherapy and was led to believe that it was a an alien bleeding, pogrom, which was completely using human beings, put potato genetic politics, but I think if you go out to this, this interpretation, you to realize that there's a great deal of cost of I think the way that we use property goes place to fabulous and the changeling and the stealing of children. And so on creating this new hybrid rice is very important thing. But I wouldn't say it was necessarily entirely negative. Let's go to Scotty in Tennessee. Welcome to the show. Hi, scottie. Go ahead. Hey guys. How are you? Thank you. New. Thirty eight years old has a June. First all happy birthday. Thank you. Tell your mother happy birthday goes think you like now ninety years old for her. Yeah. My grandmother just passed away back in may. She was ninety eight to Beijing, isn't it? Yeah. That's a good sale had a mind that would just blow, you away those deliver everything Sharpe's attack. Say kind of a long story, if you got a minute, I have a minute Kojo was a pretty average student going up and then in faithfully year high school. I got real sick and ended up having a hell three and a half inches of my throat, remove oh my God. Those crowds, my Bendix, remove my gallbladder removed ended up having to have all my totally lose with the male beds killed out, so they would never go..

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"Coast. David Moore with us. We'll take your calls this hour as well as we talk about his work, Evelyn metaphors. What are you working on next? David. I'm working on a book coal damn convergence about a cult psychology. And how you putting that together, what's the premise? That is just extend into more you again. But come at it from my most spiritual dimension vide-. All right. And since you've been doing this work. Did you come across anything so profound, it even baffled? You. Yeah. Last year. I went to Glastonbury to the hill, the full on top of England and I had an intention to go. Visit something called the Michael line which wins down food England school and it's been to have magical. Even before I had planned to go down that route, I ended up, Dan white at the tip side, western UK, and I now live, very close to the sin Michael's men, which is one of the points of energy. So even even though I didn't tended to come down and visit high intended ended up living hand without. Due to molecular circumstances? That was shocking. With the UFO phenomena. Do you think they're coming from other dimensions or other planetary systems? I tend to think that coming into dimension, and they have some kind of extra control over time. Nothing that recent comment from one of the navy. And in recent said that he was. Yeah. Enticing. Cube census suggested dimensional, some kind of even plasma plasma NGO intelligence. That wouldn't necessarily get rid of the, the hypothesis some planetary systems because I could exist in a state that we simply don't understand. All right. Let's go to the calls. Let us pick it up by going to Gina Maria in Seattle to get us started. Hello, jean. Go ahead. I'm calling I've had many experiences in my life. I'm not many but if you and amazing life of head and when I was child and anyhow, one experience, I had in the gorge George where you did everything I asked. It was under your control. Peace in love, and God bless everyone in every everywhere. Tell you that I just had an x-ray days ago kinda say my lungs. I asked braided on Benadryl. Anyhow. Metallic objects. One of my collarbone and one in my neck on the same side and missing time. When are you, do you think these are implants? I am not positive. It's very strange. I had surgery years ago, and they think they might be met. Something interesting David. That's one thing we haven't talked about yet. The implant phenomenon where some people reportedly claimed that they have implants, you know, put in their bodies by perhaps extraterrestrials. Did you come across anything in your work? Yes. Common one. And, and it makes you wonder whether that tracking beacons. They can keep tracking. China and they have a crystal some things put into that bodies, which is some kind of transceiver, which heightened awareness, and so on. It's a very strange one because ten suggestive into dimensional physical presence and they can. Things in the body too tight. Your buddy into the world. A bit like savvy folklore so that the implants is interesting to have been into ice. It could be some kind of spiritual element involved in the show on a way over. It could be attracting devices the new, I can think about the Milly. Let could be Davidson Fresno, California now. Hi David, go ahead. Hi. There is a incident that happened when a child me and two other siblings of mine, we were put down for nap that I never was kind of could sleep. I always would be awake real falsely looking out my window while I was laying in bed, and along the fence like of those. Silver describe it as like a beetle, but it was probably around like a nectarine, and it was silver, and it would just float row. Slow up and down and every now and then it would stop it would vibrate. And shimmer like the way sunlight looks when it reflects awesome chrome go back silver, and it would float and never, never knew that was actually watching it. When I got up from the Napa went out looking for it and then about fourteen on my interest. There was a blemish that just I just saw in gradually over the next couple of weeks. It just the end arise more and more of the surface, and I wasn't really afraid of it. I was just messing with it. Any team out in my hand and it looked like a pebble, but not quite like a pebble. I didn't even have a Mark on my leg. It was like maybe a small tiny little. Vivid. And I wish I had kept it that that's weird away. But I never really mentioned those two things. And I just wanted to get your opinion on that. That's really interesting that suggest that the some kind of growth that fell off after the sighting. And the two things seem to be related and the descriptions common as well. And the shimmering element, you know, the shimmering silver disc, I think did you have any sort of psychological insight so failing following it? Satiated with this quiz. I didn't I didn't notice that the Mark until I was like fourteen when I saw it, but I was a child when I saw it looked round and about as big as a ad say nectarine, but it was more shaped like kind of Beatle shape and throughout my life. I mean you mentioned synchronicity I my life is loaded with those those and dreams and things like that. And then when I got to be about thirty three something just a lot of things things kinda culminated to where I kind of gave up on things and three three years into having quit. Doing the things I used to do that were good positive things. Everything just kind of went dark. I'd still see the Senate the synchronicity, but they weren't it was almost like they were stifled, but for most of my life, they were like, I, I had a lot of those kind of experiences. But. They seem to come in very intense moments in your life, especially in crossover pivotal cross when you're costing a bridge, Royal physically. But when you crossing a bridge in your life, difficult period, and then you bike, and then the synchronous it seemed to confirm a new element owed new evolution in your life, who creates the synchronicity David do we do it or some outside force? I used to think it was. But I think it's both. I think we interact with this tape level. And some why I'm if we Streep is right in these latest book after revolution. He seems to think that synchronicity also with the debt and asteroid. So if, if I loved ones exist alongside us, and when they pass it would end the end you get these vacuous events to co in your life. If Trump's between psychic reality, and will and intention, it might white down in this other dimension happened in lights, and we can treat them as presence and gets from the other world in my opinion, we have to be careful where the origination foam because it's malevolent these gets the dam and full down into alive. As a negative force that will listen to one direction. So I think they have to be vigilant with synchronised is as them into dimensional phenomena, Thomas in LA Hoya, California. Hey, thomas. Go ahead. Hi, george. Thank you for taking my call and David wonderful work that you're doing I wanted to ask you about Colin Wilson, and he seemed to be such a visionary writer and not many of his books are available here in the United States, but mine parasites about remote viewing remote in fluent sing space, fam- Pires, which is an incredible book, about the paranormal behind extraterrestrials and benevolent and evil extraterrestrials. But he wrote one book that I read it like a nineteen Eighty-four. It was called the personality surge. Yes. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. You know what I'm talking about and book, it's it talks about evolving, the human race, you know, through psychotherapy. But the psychotherapy of the future is taking films of the patience of the clients that you're working with. And then you digitally all through them, you know, CGI so that, you know, you upgrade, the visual image, you upgrade, the voice, so person stutters. Okay, you can make a film of them and added out the stutter and essential year making a film that shows the person as they want to be not as a how they are, and feeding back those films by hypnotherapy by virtual reality. The person is watching themselves with these digitally edited films of them, because the self, self image, the self image and that it was about self-image. And what personality surgeon talked about was essentially, you're upgrading the human race through upgrading their self image of themselves in that. The future of psychotherapy would be married to CGI and computer power, and that type of thing, but in nineteen Eighty-four we didn't have that available. But then now it's available. And I wonder why psychotherapy hasn't gone into that direction of essentially example. And there is an example of this, I'm written about this on my blog ritual in the dock at dot WordPress dot com. There's an essay on personality, century, and is an example of and palpitations people. You know, caught move at all using virtual reality to we innovate. The limb said Kamal can move the arms so they would move that arms limbs in the virtual. Willed but in the wheel world, this would actually in of Inova limbs, so they could develop new, you know, they develop feeling in the hums again. And that not that bridges over with the virtual world in the real world, that's, that's what's very closely related to the Colt, too, because we because of live in virtual boiled mines mine's can control reality in the sits step over, which, which is exploiting evolutionary, mess at length and I, I have a question and personality agents bay good because. Well, sure is we're going to go to Virginia Beach, Virginia. Now Bonnie's there, where, of course they had that horrible tragedy today or twelve people were gunned down by disgruntled worker, and for people injured, Bonnie. Thank you for calling. And did you know any of the victims or the family members? No, I did not I. Oh, my son went over there, after he's a deputy. So he went over from a different city to help out after it happened to help out with the family. Absolutely horrible. It was more than what you're hearing on the news. By the way, they're only saying for injured twelve dead. And so you're saying that, that four numbers. Between thirty and forty. Okay. We'll monitor their thanks different degrees of injuries. Okay. All right in your calling David. Building. And we assume there was just a one suspect who got killed the one. Okay. Turned on the place. And then, you know. Okay. Yeah. All right. Go ahead. Bunny. Well when you're talking about the nervous like politics, if I. That's expected. It would talk about the and I would like to be laid a couple of incidences, if I could sure in nineteen ninety five and I was living in Michigan driving west all the time home, and I had another coworker we would drive down that road. And we kept seeing what was I was the distance that I talk about it. Darn then after about a week before coming closer moving is getting close. Where I had to turn to take her home attacl south that was going east and west heading west. And I know turn south a ways few Lau. And then came back to where I live. I could see the thing, not even more than oh, it's open open farm pills. It wasn't far over the river was up in the sky, but way, low, where I could actually see it up in the sky, Dr. So I drove into where I live that out. And that was of my house..

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"david moore" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"On five seventy. K. L. I. F. We are back with David Moore. We'll take calls with David next hour. We're talking about his work. Volusia Mary metaphors, David you seem to tie objections crop formations UFO's into a package. Tell me a little bit about that, because I like the way you've done that. Yes. That was one of the main things I had grown behind the idea of evolutionary full or simple that you can look at and have a d percents reality, and meaning that go beyond what we already know. And the reason why is because the, the whole phenomena seems to just also it self up as a mystery. Seems to work in tricks the light night show as well, which is the for strike all of that, and to get really underneath that skin begin to sort of tight, an forces to us based questions on this is the thing. I wanted to really push with this book is to try to bypass trickery a little bit. And, and Mike is more active with a psychology towards I think this is why in the in the back of the book, I'll you type of the integration of mines towards a normal phenomena and deepening consciousness. I also the Colt becomes a useful to look into the symbolism of such things as circles and then to look at a theatrical nightshirt the addiction phenomena. And also because of ninety work of Whitley stripe and communion like through transformation. I really read through those books and how to send stuff scream about two converging on this topic dimension of the US and the addiction phenomenon as equals visit phenomena the exact and as well as we said, she's like junk, he'll operation sergeant horse, and I tell became very interested in the type of mine that works behind paranormal phenomena, as well as poltergeist activities ghosts crop circles. And then synchronicity is quite an important role in all this as well. Webby. The everyday reality seems to be Bokan food with meanings, which transcripts ordinary sense. Spice time when magical events can happen which lead you to investigate the things and so on, so that seems to be guiding force behind that, too. And I if human mind can accelerate to its level, we might have to communicate to on the mall and positive level is there in evil side to some of this, David when you look at the call and how it's tied into the U Afo phenomenon we'll get into synchronicity and just a moment. But is is there something evil about any of this? It's a hard thing to say about evil on the phenomena because a lot of it can be to petition inside. If something was threatening it mine prove to be transformative and it was in need needful, shock because you could call it but they can be able, there's no doubt about that. And one of the things that caused concern for me, it's more they the synchronicity phenomena, because that we can seem positive say, if you have an immaculate synchronous steak and meeting, soulmate or something like that, you can get the sense of meaningfulness in the new pathway opening before you think that's true. You know, these these criticism things that how do point to deposited thing, but that could easily be negative, which cuts media. The night say if it was a full wanted you to convince you that something was true. And these molecular things happened in your life you could quickly in the opposite direction. Towards the evil Duchesne. But you think you'll have to do something because these evacuate signs in your life point in that direction if there was a false that wants to convince someone if something, and it could work in this way, it would completely arrived that identity to the point where they become convinced of the meanings, I say in the world, and of course, this can be pathology, but it's behind the pathology they could be I uh I, I power normal dimension possession. O- some malevolent forced works behind that you, you could quickly say, how am called meaningful incidences could orientate someone doing something evil see and I don't believe personally in coincidences, I think that they're synchronicity, but that everything happens for a reason, you know that. Yeah. If, if some occurs, it's the synchronicity it's not just a coincidence. What do you think of that? I can't career not. I used this throughout my, my whole life, and more and more as I gotten older. And when you look back on events in your life, you'll see that they converge in very meaningful way and that lead to things on down in your life. And I didn't think this is just looking back with, with a need. See, meaning I think he's meaning this meaning is the important thing. Find is and that's why my book on UFO's is about UFO's all the way ties with the meaning of existence. But the differences, I accept that, that's another dimension to reality to seeing you. And then subsequently haven't criticism of mine, and I can show good example of a synchronous, David sums up is I'm when I was. Walking with a fund years ago. I was going to throw a little time. I know, talking to my friend, about the esotericism cynical. We're Stein a-, and I didn't know anything about rebel, Sean at the time. He, he created a school called Stein at schools, and these education, just a bicycle of alternative schooling the to recognize that heels has these colts and screened beliefs as well about that Saint Michael, and the Michalak evolutionary force at the time. I didn't have a new. This is my son. He's very interesting. But when all the benefits on supposedly wanted is the benefits of his philosophy. And but I asked the question what all the fruits of anthroposophy, which is he's worked, and I walk into a shop and the shop had only amount of about thirty to forty books into the clouds was a second hand bookshop book out. London was called the fruits of possibly, not the question strange, but they finding with the exact same total. It's, it's, it's even stranger stranger. That's one of the things that really not know would from doing, you know, not the slot set beneath my feet. Realized that these things kind of explained I mean, you could explain to coincidence, but the likelihood in the meaningfulness of it at the same time, it makes you question reality. How do the synchronicity crossover with the UFO phenomena? How did you tie those two together? Well, I an strange strangely because if you read the literature, there's always this sense about the island ahead of you and can flow in these miraculous events. And, and in my book, I actually with Andrea Pahala, his book about your gala, and exactly. And we know very well. He's been on our show a lot. He's very interesting. Any becomes more interesting is you look into areas life, and especially and scientific experiments for him in Stanford research. Institute, but he had loads of sin Christie expertise, even things being delivered to his house, which couldn't have physically traveled that far into Israel. He wanted some sort of weightlifting equipment from the US it just popped into head and the next I it was a. No actually the hotel room and he had all of these, and it's a very good one. That's a good example. Whether whether you believe in not that there's a lot of to tive we sit which suggests that synchronous very yet of the of the most recent one is the Oxford University press book can cause make at by Dr Dianna pus. Okay. And in that she talks about, and expose very high end individuals in the NASA program, which I have an enormous names in the in the book sites. You can't try them down. But saying it's an economic book, and I have synchronised is played them to technological bike, those, and so they to UFO experienced eilly in contact, but it also always tends to come strains form of communication, rather than bedroom deductions seem to have hints that happened in the locks and seems to be communicating related the UFO phenomena science fiction author, Philip k dick, who died way, too early as far as I'm concerned is highlighted a lot in your research. How come? The reason is he had so many approaches to everything in laws. And one of the things I pick up his, his best active imagination in chop to active imagination, which is. Book violence last active intelligence system. I didn't not he exposed levels of reality, and meaning into lying everyday lights and one high picks up tickly comes up tea cold Zampa in he, he used to believe that God would wear universe like a jacket, and he was concerned of how you would know when God was occupying you'll spice. So he came up with this camouflage, which she calls and the intelligence behind the Vallis experience, you had described to sort of involvement mental camouflage invisible false. Reality communicated, to and synchronicity. So, so he's what is very good, I think, for at least a dating and belief symbol. And I think he believes himself. He was a well on his way to being an expert in the paranormal I mean his science fiction, writings were great, but he also really dived into the paranormal didn't he? Yeah. Lights life. Vallis is experiences a pink light. It's an in the third I on the on the truck and sent to the head and he said, he had visions of hidden didn't ski paintings projected onto the wall rapid succession, and it sounds like typical psychedelic experience like since two thousand one space odyssey, and he seemed to have a download of information and all about space and time, and he started to look back at his older works, such as Yuba can the one that was based on blade blade when it was based on Duan rotary electric shape, and he's still a patent emerging. We'll mice fifty. He's whole life us in conscious of this uh. This is the self Philip k dick, which he starts to integrate towards the end of his life, although you have a very tabula lights. But at the same time he's creative energy was exploding. He he'd be ninety one today. What do you think he think about what's going on today? Oh, he would love it. I be a heady attempt to try to think of Philip k dick. Well, it is chaotic well, now, I think, with the fight news, what so-called fake news. And he would love to spending and being the, the hypocrisies of the modern world and, and point them, I think. What's going on in England, by the way, prime ministers out? Everybody's up in arms thinks com or what? Oh, god. It's, it's, it's quite chaotic isn't it seems to be one of my jobs to keep track of all of the political things in the UK? It's a with Brexit wanting to leave your paean union and everyone wants into the vote. It's, it's all up in the air. That's why it's kinda nice David to let your mind drift into the paranormal isn't it? Oh, absolutely. You can say is. I don't I live it as a to read it to get into the new ways. And then you look at the mall say mundane world of politics and the bickering and the all that happen. And then you go into the power normal and you realize that the world's depot. Enrich, your place absolutely here, and it gives you a lot of energy. I find I mean, it you if, if you like me, my life is divided between politics and power normal, and all the joy, I get from the co books, and so on. I'm I'm not deeply involved in politics. I just simply right? Coinc- obstacles and analyze coinc- variables and things. But because of that high step between two realities and sometimes, I think, and I look at the world, and I think things symbolic as well. You can see events in the modern world, which represent the atmosphere and the general tensions implying that, you know, I think there's a lot of micro Colt events that happen in the mainstream that we don't know the manipulation of news and so on. You can see a magician behind the stage. It's but it's very hard to penetrate through that. And get to the often you are your written a chapter on Shamanism in the book. What are your thoughts on? Shamans. Shaima NHS they ha they all visionaries, and they, they look out to the actual and see symbols of the reality, and they believe in portends synchronicity is, and so on say that very good examples of the kind of consciousness, we need to develop some two year phenomena. And of course, the shaima NHS Allston recall you..

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"Get sick. David Moore gain got infected how long ago was this. How long ago was your? A long time ago. You know what? That's okay Gill. Been a long long time ago gal, by the way. What what do you think the eagles? Biggest need is outside of running back right now you have an answer for that. Or no. Out here too much. Thank you has a great story. Thank you. Wow. Yeah. But you have to get any biotic. Ben Bionics little antiseptic wipe. So used to you again. Dart's to smell to the doctor right away and get an antibiotic that means it's infected. All right. So when your cat bit you you didn't go to the doctor right away. And then it wasn't until right right away. And you had cats got three rainy way. Yep. Oh my God. And your name. Oh, well my little bit. Was very jealous. He he was in attack cat. It sounds like. So why the stimulation significant others do? What's he supposed to do? I I don't know throw the cat across. My cat. All right. Say goodbye. But I don't you know, what I mean. This is just y'all. So yes, we need a running back. You say that I see knows her football. I like that idea favor. What happened make this a regular segment? The cats. You only need you. Yeah. You can't story help too. But yeah. That's the only time. He did anything like that. That was just the one time. He'd be. Yes. Thank god. All right. I Honey listened. We'll talk soon. Okay callback. Okay. Ben dairy is by by Gail, eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. There's so many things wrong. Let's regroup here. Let's regroup. I'm with you. Coach. I'll tell you. I've never heard has Gail called before. Have you ever heard does a first ever that was great? That was great. She brought more to the table than anybody else's called for sure. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four marks in Reese, so you heard it now at some point we have to drink milk and coke for some reason. I don't really want milk now. Eight eight eight seven hundred ninety four degrees filling different marks and race. We return after this. But hey, listen, guys, if you're losing your hair, and when it starts, yes. I know you like damn losing my hair, you try the sprays tried that didn't work. Try the foam. It's supposed to thicken your hair the shampoo the creams. Whatever the medication you could take none of that works for me. So I went to Dr glad six and a half years ago, and I had a hair restoration procedure, Dr Glatt, and it's the experts in the industry really you're talking about over twenty years of experience. So when you do want to do something like this that you go to the people that have the most experience, you're not going to somebody new in the field, you go into somebody that done hundreds and hundreds of Harris rations procedures, and that's Dr Glenn..

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"david moore" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Thanks, David Moore, spring training baseball today. The Yankees take on the race port, Charlotte. Coverage on WFAN beginning at twelve fifty five Yanks number two ranked prospect Jonathan ly seek and makes the start DJ LeMay is leading off in his Yankees debut Mets host the Astros raining NL Cy Young award winner. Jacob degrom making its first started this spring. Also pita Lonzo is back in the lineup. After crushing a home run yesterday manager Mickey Callaway liked what he saw you see him come across home plate Neal killed Davis. But it was great. You know, we need that energy. That's what we need. Joe brings that. And it seemed like everybody else had that same energy going today. Tim tebow makes his first start batting fifth. NHL Rangers move on without mats zuccarello delta the stars yesterday. For a pair of draft. Banks the blue shirts in Washington at twelve thirty coach David Quinn on his message to the players left behind is incredible opportunity for all these guys coming back and your professional. You're always getting evaluated. I don't care what the situation winning feels a lot better than losing. The Rangers did beat the devil's yesterday. NBA Knicks host the Spurs at the garden at seven thirty the Knicks with the second worst record in the NBA two losses shy of the Phoenix Suns scholarships top ten match up between Michigan state in Michigan at three forty five. Locally Yukon faces. Cincinnati Rutgers deals with Minnesota. I ONA could take over first place in the MAC if they beat contentious, Dustin Johnson leads the WGC in Mexico City at sixteen under four strokes better than Rory mcilroy. Sports at fifteen and forty five around the clock. Mccarthy. Ten ten wins. Sports wins. News time twelve seventeen. Here's another paychecks dot com. HR minute to.

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"david moore" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"david moore" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"I would. I would be checking for those guys. I it's not that. I don't like Curtis Samuel. Do was a second round pick it rookie. You would be hyping the. Yeah. Yeah. You'd be. So basically is excludes right. You lost last season. Yeah. So it was couldn't find I think it was. It was the addition of DJ more in the. Nice in the first round by Carolina felt like the team was already moving on from Samuel. But they are not. Yeah. He's a talented guy. So Mike, then maybe you should speak to some of the other names that are highlights for you. I mean, Trey Kwan Smith. And for some reason, you know, he was not active on thanksgiving if he's out there. Yeah. I remember I have is about fifty percent ownership. I would rather have him. Then Samuel would. I I am struggling with right now of which side of that fence what I lean David Moore from Seattle another monster game, and he gets to play San Francisco now he's similar to what Samuel has been doing where he's not in on that that eighty ninety percent of the snaps, but he keeps hitting big plays as well. Jay, would you rather have David Moore or you still go with Curtis Samuel? If I need a one week play. I would go Curtis Samuel first, but David Morris high up in that list for the deeper less owned players that are still. Oh, good. I mean, San Francisco is a great match up. So I do like both players, but I would put Curtis. Samuel ahead. Okay. P p pals Trey Quinn, Bruce Ellington, Adam Humphreys, those three guys if you're in a PR league, and you don't want to get goose. You're not gonna get goose starting any of those. Oh, no Humphries will be the the top of that list. Would you guys rather have Trey Quinn or Bruce Ellington? I would take Bruce Ellington. Yeah. Because he's higher up in my opinion is higher up the depth chart and priority for you know, and I it has a better quarterback with the match up against the Los Angeles. Rams assuming the Rams are going to score a lot of points than the PR volume should be there for Ellington as they need to use him in that, you know, that golden Tate type of role. Now, you Andy you eloquently. Rebranded MVS? Show. Correct. You can drop them. Are you gonna play? The we talked about air. Rodgers not being playing at the level that we are accustomed to. Are you going to play the game with e q Namias same Brown now? No, no. I don't wanna feel pain. I try to avoid paints. No, I would not play any three names. Packers whiteouts at this time. All right. What about the vaunted Rogers Adams? Oh, I wish I knew as Dave. Yeah. That'd be pretty crazy. If it was Rogers. Yeah. It would be because of errand they before we get to. Good job, bro. That'd be four..

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"david moore" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"david moore" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Complete. Chargers win. It was off the fingertips of receiver. David moore. It was tipped. So couple of those passes. The the defensive backfield for the chargers came up big late in the game. David Moore who is a young receiver who's been playing really well for the Seahawks is actually scheduled to be on the show on Tuesday night. So this to speak with him. It's going into a BI week for them. And I'm supposed to speak with him on Tuesday and set up the interview through his agent, and I asked how he was doing after the game. And she sent me a text back and just said, he's devastated even though it was tipped, and it would have been one hell of a catch in the back of the end zone as you here with Matt Smith on the chargers radio network, certainly one of those plays when you're young receiver. Man, you do anything to make. So the chargers. Get a pick six off Russell Wilson that put them up big in the fourth quarter, and they were able to hang on. And so Los Angeles has won five straight which is critical because they're trying to keep pace with the chiefs atop the AFC west the chiefs just shy of five hundred total yards in Cleveland. And right now, they're averaging nearly thirty seven points per game Wilders Andy Reid. He's having fun with all of his weapons. We could easily make Kareem hunt. The Monday MVP just a polls worth of Kareem hunt every week him. Maybe Alvin Kamara Todd Gurley even though he was kind of bottled up James Connor. We've got some pretty impressive running backs who've been doing damage this year. Melvin Gordon was back for the chargers to and then on the defense out of the ball. A franchise record ten facts for the Vikings against the lions Matt Stafford may need to take a bus to his next game. And also the bears with a couple of defensive touchdowns. So a lot to process from week nine back tonight after hours after Monday night football after hours on CBS sports radio..

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"david moore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"david moore" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In the shotgun. All stavis back to left shoulder. This is the game from the six. We'll see shotgun snap passing down pocket. Collapses Wilson steps up to the end zone. And. Scherzer's wing it was off the fingertips of receiver. David moore. It was tipped. So couple of those passes. The the defensive backfield for the chargers came up big late in the game. David Moore who is a young receiver who's been playing really well for the Seahawks is actually scheduled to be on the show on Tuesday night. So to speak with him. It's going into a BI week for them and I'm supposed to speak with him on Tuesday. And. Set up the interview through his agent, and I asked how he was doing after the game. And she sent me a text back and just said, he's devastated even though it was tipped, and it would have been one hell of a catch in the back of the end issue here with Matt Smith on the chargers radio network. Certainly one of those plays it when you're young receiver. Man, you do anything to make. So the chargers. Get a pick six off Russell Wilson that put them up big in the fourth quarter, and they were able to hang on. And so Los Angeles has won five straight which is critical because they're trying to keep pace with the chiefs atop the AFC west the chiefs just shy of five hundred total yards in Cleveland. And right now, they're averaging nearly thirty seven points per game. Wilders Andy Reid. He's having fun with all of his weapons. We could easily make Kareem hunt. The Monday MVP just a polls worth of Kareem hunt every week him. Maybe Alvin Kamara Todd Gurley. Even though he was kind of bottled up James Connor got some pretty impressive running backs who've been doing damage this year. Melvin Gordon was back for the chargers to and then on the defensive side of the ball. A franchise record ten facts for the Vikings against the lions Matt Stafford may need to take a bus to his next game. And also the bears with a couple of defensive touchdown. So a lot to process from week nine back on after hours after Monday night football after hours on sports.

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"david moore" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"david moore" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"Chester Rogers, twenty percent owned ten targets for catches fifty five yards in a touchdown, three good games in a row for Rogers and PR for as long as Hilton and Doyle or hurt imitators and go back to death for second. 'cause remain cars matters to he. He's been there slot receiver, Seattle wide receiver. David Moore, does he matter. Not now because there by I can't. We'll get to the passing game minute. Okay. Cleveland wide receiver Damian Radley six catches eighty two yards on eight targets for Damian rattling doesn't matter. He left the hurt, right. I don't know. I'm sorry, I mess it might know he got hurt late in the game. I don't know if he came back into not, but probably not as the. Okay, just some goal line stuff to keep an eye on mentioned more than MAC goal line where Chris Carson had a one yard touchdown run called back on a false start. Jordan Howard fumbled at the goal line, Chris ivory still gets in there or near the goal line. Sometimes which sucks the Sean McCoy to Recode had a receiving touchdown called back on pass interference. And then he was in on first and goal from the six and Trubisky threw an interception Frank gore got stuff that the goal line and then on the next play Kenyan. Drake fumbled at the goal line, I've had nightmares about doing what Kenyan Drake did. Fumbling at the goal line like it wasn't like a fumble at the goal line like somebody hit him really hard or stripped of all the ball was handed to him. There was no one between him and the goal line. Any tripped and fumbled on the same time, did you see him after the game ended when they won? Yes. Also crying those tears of joy. Completely think he must have been feeling just so much emotion because he almost cost them the game. They win the go. He had a huge catch when it got the ball back though. Yeah, yeah, he is. And that's pretty much all I got. There were some other, some almost touchdowns, but Michael Gallup almost scored is for I show and tell you, wanna Taylor should about a seventy seven yard touchdown, but Mario to missed him badly. I'm not sure he'll ever saw that. Boy. There was so far away from how good he John Jackson, almost out of use touchdown to James Washington. Twenty-three, a Carolina's seventeen almost have a touchdown who. I think he was at about the ten at what point he actually was open down the right sidelines Ryan under through Lobos. There are a lot of crazy time of possession games including this one, the Redskins, the ball for about ten more minutes in the Panthers. Cam Newton finds a way to score twenty seven fantasy points. He was started in seventy four percent of leagues. I, I'll probably say it every week I find it'd be a frustrating own thoughts. I think also there's anything I said last week. What you start them just start him. I mean, but you had around twelve. I, I am ten. Any concerns. Christian McCaffrey. Now these games will pop up from every now and then just stupid. All right. SOG about Devon punches. He was only nineteen percent started. He's eighty one percent own and with Olsen getting seven targets, not not an insignificant amount. Still funchess able to get his typical seventy yards and get in the end zone. Jamaica Karjina see with with awesome playing. I think he's going to be a number three when he doesn't score number two. When he does score and you've gotta hope. He scores more often than not heath. Is Jordan Reed worth owning the f.. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not. He's still the best pass catcher on the team. He got nine targets in this game. I think you should still own him. Okay, they've got Dallas next week, Paul Richardson is sixteen percent. If if Crowder still out of Thomson still out, I don't know. Maybe there's a case to be made there. Let's go to our next game. Minnesota twenty seven, Arizona, seventeen. And again, a big time possession disparity, Minnesota had the ball for about nine and a half more minutes than era Zona. So what do you think David Johnson's value is right now? How would you value Mr David Johnson. If you don't make trade off perform this week, you're crazy. What does that mean? They play Denver on Thursday night at home..

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"david moore" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"david moore" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"No i'm glad he talked i'm glad he talked about overpopulation it was really interesting though what he said about david attenborough though he was like said he was going to make it more of an issue and then david moore said because he had kids he can't talk about it that was interesting and so how do you get there i mean here's a guy he says well i have three kids so i can't talk about it if he thinks it's the biggest game in town why does he have three kids while i guess it's because he had kid right well because he was in advertising before so and it sounds like he wasn't all that conscious of so just like hetero i guess got i mean not similar to you but you had kids before you yeah but i i did stop at two because i had that awareness but so many some there are so many people who are would call sustainable population activists who had more children than than they know they should have and they just didn't know better right can exclude you from being that like an advocate i don't know staying population would exclude so many people yeah but stranger credibility a little bit gives you some some some split into do well i mean i think yeah i think it's always fair to change your opinion about something but then i think if you're going to be in an advocate or if you're going to talk about the problems with with having too many children and you've already had children than you you definitely shouldn't be judgmental about it because you know as well as anybody that that it's possible to make mistakes or to not be the the perfect sustainable role model but i think that even if you haven't had children you shouldn't be judgmental about it so in some ways that could make you the more effective spokesper seven at night.

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"david moore" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"david moore" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"A pass happy offense with dallas so that production maybe even less out of a rookie receiver so don't get your hopes up that they're going to because they released dez they are definitely going to take a receiver at nineteen if they have this information which is readily available it makes more sense to me for them to either trade up trade down but i think they're more than likely probably looking at a linebacker or defensive tackle possibly at that nineteen th pick i just don't think that it's worth taking a receiver there i think you can get good value from another receiver in the second round where you're going to have some good production out of him that's going to be similar to what you'd get out of a nineteenth pick that's the thing you have to remember is that a lot of the focus goes on the you know the the high profile guys in the first round but it's not just those guys it's what you do later on second and third rounds i mean that's where you figure out whether you had a good draft or not it's not whether you hit alone in the first round it's its second third and moving moving backward there in the next in the last couple of days of this draft so a lot of focus on the first round but let's not forget that yeah you've got to build your team though also in that second third fourth fifth sixth and seventh as well so it all star that's next thursday i believe our coverage begins at about six thirty that night we guys got guys all got all guys all over the place we've got bob we got norm we got jake and sean we've got newbury we've got david moore you know just a great group of guys to listen walltowall coverage the nfl draft starting next thursday all right ten forty nine on the ticket coming up next we'll look at what's going on with those rangers over in arlington next the ticket is.

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White House walks back Trump's call for US to leave Syria 'very soon'

Global News Podcast

01:27 min | 2 years ago

White House walks back Trump's call for US to leave Syria 'very soon'

"Well there is you know the reaction has been mixed because he's he's a controversial actor this is not his first brush with the law in two thousand and two he was accused of running over a person sleeping on a pavement in mumbai healing that person it was a case that went on for many many years and in two thousand fifteen he was acquitted in that case but he's had this sort of bad boy image but while on one hand he has that he also has almost a cult fan following so in a when his films released for example utilize of people standing outside theatre waiting to go in for the first show of the movie the reaction to this particular development has been mixed as well there is a community that lives in rajastan which actually filed the case they've been celebrating there's been lots of people from the firm community here among by who say that the punishment is too harsh usually my in mumbai as we heard in the previous podcast president trump appears to have agreed to keep u s troops in syria for now but the white house said the mission to eradicate the islamic state group there is coming to a rapid end the war has gone on since two thousand eleven causing hundreds of thousands of deaths danon talk is an expert on the country she's written biography the merchant of syria which explores the country's modern history through the story of textile merchant abu chaka and she told david moore his links.

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"david moore" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david moore" Discussed on WDRC

"Of connecticut details about the homemade bomb i lisa lists sarah fox news a christmas light a match and a ninevolt battery that's what authorities in new york city are telling the associated press of the materials used in this morning's terror attack in the new york city's subway tunnel the bomb failed to detonate properly if the source bridge goal was to kill himself and others as your curley told authorities will that he failed miserably a law enforcement sources are telling me that akhiad ola acted alone that he had no coconspirators and that it collected at least some of the materials who used to build that pipebomb from job sites where he worked as an electrician here in new york city the 27yearold who was originally from bangladesh apparently traveled frequently overseas according to sources since he arrived here on an f 43 family immigration visa in two thousand eleven fox is ranked leventhal outside the port authority bus terminal was plan is believed to have been inspired by isis the candidates for alabama senate rallying the faithful one day before the special election fox's grenell scott in montgomery alabama when certain these wine lowers voters lloyd david moore or watching weighing in on sexual misconduct allegations and if the doomed of republican ruined more i don't think that that has much of of bearing rob condoning what his actions are is at a rule of their unbound you're not democrat doug jones disagrees saying wars actions should matter to voters as a referendum not just on uh the issues that we've got but it's a it's it's who we are and what we're gonna tell our daughters tonight more and jones give their final arguments at simultaneous rallies lisa can on the white house pushing back after three women came forward today using president trump of sexual misconduct spokeswoman sarah sanders says the president has addressed the allegations directly and denies all the allegations and the people decided to elect him last november regardless fox news baron balance one size fits all has.

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"david moore" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"david moore" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"The power cast outcomes david moore is the author of no return jerry irwin story was at a ufo abduction or covert operation as we nailed down the location here the part you've told us so far that he's on the road all rescue workers recover him and he doesn't remember what happened for four hours yes that's basically his story he didn't know anything about the rescue our she didn't know anything about how he got to the hospital all he knew was there he wants us he started off on foot looking for this thing and then it was just all blank after that until he woke up in hospital so everything else we know about that time period comes from the sheriff and a doctor streaming era and the other personnel that were attending him jerry you read the book in your certainly acquainted with what's gone on in that part of the universe here in terms of ufos do you have something you'd like to ask david about this well i gotta make your comment or two year why should i ever labour member alert rent article that i have certainly got much more than the night remember about your phone but they publish article in flying saucers magazine 1962 which i read it cut with cohen crawling stuck at my memory ever step an irish should founded in june i was speaking at or near baltimore is roommate their with patrick lee who is david publisher and i asked patrick it out what book he which could be issuing in the near future nick the book cutler kerry irwin kate nearly fell over i can hardly wait read it in gifted really oppress but to work it is really a very interesting book i also wanted to say something with it it hurt secondary to this but it struck me as someone who's been like you kate in this healed a long time and there is david tribute to german karl the rent i bought in their cry what good investigators they were also decent it meant big who cared about the welfare of the people that they were interviewing in his stories they were investigating the low rent really hero of the story along with kerry irwin cut out for sure rioting it all going on vanishing mysteriously going on to lift a a good and productive and apparently happy life at david capture solved ahead in the book really quite ieo i'll have more to say about the content later but that was by nato the impression.

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