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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Weeks of doing So it'll be considerably more interesting when it all gets set up over his place because there's a lot more room and he's gonna build Some like custom desks themselves. The stuff to put all this stuff in mostly the stuff. You've seen on my channel over the years when i get done with the computer restoring or something. It goes up in the museum. You know so. Moving up there would keep people from his. I know you talk about your video having people show up at your house bonnets checkout everything. And they didn't even call or anything i that's happened a few but that's pretty rare not worried about most of the time that that happens. They're just wanting a selfie or something they're not even really wanting to come in and see anything But yeah. I'm sure i'll have plenty of visitors at wanna come over and see the studio and just hang out with me or whatever but to actually that'll be alleviated to some extent because one of our planes is when my brother shop is finished then. The museum has finished. We're going to try to just open it. The public like on saturdays and have either me or hilmer. Both of us up there on saturdays so that people can just kind of combined their leisure or whatever and It will be like there. Won't be any inference fear. Anything can stop. You know fancy enough for that or anything but it's just kind of a way for us to the a little bit more interactive with People who want to come in and just chat with us or just play with the equipment or poster. I like that idea actually about. I wish we had something like that. Charlotte you know. I think the closest thing we have is good well store the grid which is goodwill computer. Works or something like that. Basically you have a favourite piece of hardware in your collection. You can take a few if you. aren't there. something that comes to mind. Well i'm always going to have the most fondness for commodore sixty four. Of course. I have three of them. you know i've been in sixty four and then i've got another bread been But yeah i guess. I guess that's what i've always most fond of but Yeah i also happen to really fun a little little pet that i created in videos and i use that all the time actually. That's a pretty sweet machine. i mean. Obviously there's some more than others. But i mean i i like them. All would have lex. It looks like right. I think the commodore sixty four is probably my favorite as well. If we're talking modern computers the raspberry pi four hundred is probably my favorite modern dinner. Underpowered as it is a political machine right. So you're working on a number of different projects until what about the commander sixteen. I'll tell you whatever you want to know about the community. I will start by saying i of run into a little bit of a problem with this. I thought that i'd made this clear in the videos. But maybe i just didn't hounded home like enough because i get so many questions about like people. Email me like ten times a day wanting to either ask questions or make suggestions about mandaric sixteen and they always use the phrase. The you know the exit team that you're building or you should build this into or whatever and the thing you guys you guys have been introduced me as the mastermind of sixteen and the reality is So we can just record straight. I'm partly involved at all in the correct sixteen. Okay there's three guys that are primarily you know developing it. It's actually almost finished is basically finished out. Maybe developed past him might be better word. I don't know but basically three guys developed it One guy did the hardware guide to the colonel and the other guy video chip and i've been Obviously involved in it from the perspective of hey was my idea. Right right i mean but I honestly haven't done hardly any of the developed work with it at all You know and so a lot of these people i just. Hey you know go you know. You want your suggestion for this. Go talk to this guy. He's the one that or whatever you know and so i don't You know. I've been accused before being so egotistical maybe that's not the right word vanity something like that or whatever. It is not really true. But i think maybe i guess it's just i don't i don't know i tried to portray humility but sometimes it's really hard when you have like all these crowds of people attributing things to you that you don't actually read for like the port of pets. Robots for example now had tons of people already congratulating me on my develop into that different like. I didn't even do it. I you know. I thought i made that pretty clear in the video. It was developed by by these guys but the for some reason you know it just i always get credit for stuff. I didn't do and So anyway in order to try to maintain a standard humility you know have to always. Constantly point out your. It's not really. It's not really my project. Unfortunately when i do that. But i do that then. A lot of people get upset. And they're like oh well that means you're abandoning the sixteen. The whole no no no. I'm abandoning it. I'm actually really excited about it. Let's hope they can go into production. This year people will be able to purchase it. Maybe later this year and have already developed software for it and whatnot. And so i'm excited about the team but i just don't want to put credit credit's due end and i don't want to take credit for things. I didn't have anything to do with understood. So i suppose more accurately you had the vision which really kind of still think that as the mastermind but you had the vision and other people went to work on and the only thing. I've seen a commander sixty. Yeah actually maybe more. Like the steve jobs You know You know hit like the apple two example. It's a lot of credit but we all know the deals did it right you know so Yeah i mean the only thing is i really did was like you said had idea for it. I was kind of like the person like when when there was a decision to be made and there was argument. Between like i would come to me and asked me to settle it and i would say are going this direction. Or we're going to go in that direction or whatever and you know. I was my idea for the memory. Mapping how it should work. And but you know i'm not the one that designed implemented it. That was given the did that but it was my idea of how it should work was also my idea of how to integrate. The the video chip is also my idea to basically based the design of the pcp off the vic. Twenty schematics Things when i did. I did help with some testing like when we were having trouble getting into flute. Went over to kevin's place. And i would write like we actually had to like the code like assembly code and dump it directly to a rom chips to crump zip and the board with some tesco booted up and see what it would do and so paint. Obviously kevin is primarily hardware desiree. Much assembly coding. So i had to go there several times we would spend hours writing like tesco. He'd be like okay. Well david rights and go do this or attempting this and then output the The result of this character. Lcd Lc plug into it. So i would. I would write some assembly code to do that. And and we testing that's about the extent of involvement that development of it but but But yeah well. Now i knew there were thirty said that being said i can't answer most questions about the computer. Follow it very closely right Yeah i know definitely wants to buy one.

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Either bell for me. It's because the last week or so or really like the last three four days been trying to move back into our home so just you know lifting furniture moving all been been exhausting so yeah and actually that was probably going to be the first question. I was going to ask your affected by the whole winter storm in texas awhile. Back house received quite a bit of damage from what i've seen the video Not the subject of today's show. Of course but i want to ask how everything's going with that i know it's not easy. You're still creating contents hookah. Yeah well the thing is. There was a lot of bureaucracy and just a lot of waiting and gets into the insurance companies. Were there all overloaded with with claims and then of course the contractors that do this kind of work. They're all overloaded with with work so it took a little over two months to get my house but back together but a lot of it was. You know you'd have guy or team come out. They'd worked for few hours. Do like one task. You would see anybody flecked another week. Rise house sitting there completely empty. And then eventually you know and another person's team or something would come out and do a little work and then another week without any activity and stuff. There's just really really frustrating. In fact the last straw was they've finished the the walls they had finished the flooring. And the only thing left to do baseboards in the contractor said if the other two weeks before his base for kirk. Come out baseboards on. And i'm like screw that i'll get tired of this. So i just went out to home depot. Against the baseboards and i cut them up. Put them on cockamamie myself so that we could get moving back in And so yeah. I mean that that's hard to doing that but Anyway yeah we still be waiting On baseboards or for that right. Construction works not my forte. But hey you've got skills though that's good you know. I mean i could probably a little here. They're easy for me. Well it's not easy for me either. In fact like i said i was dead the next day from just doing the baseboards customer to you know that kind of work constantly getting up and getting down on the hands knees all day long which took almost all day to do the baseboard so that was very sore from it is. It's not my thing to the baseboard. Simple task drywall. Or fixing a roof or something like that. So yeah yeah exactly. And i had a minor saw with full angle on it. So it's really just a little bit of bath. You know basically mostly forty five degree or ninety degree angles and it's really not that hard to live in apartments so day yourself and about oh well It's really not all that interesting. Actually it was kind of a hobby for making trying to build our. yeah and then Yeah i i was doing a little side business. How many thing. I think it's been almost ten years now as low side business restoring ibooks jackie co long into that good eddie as he did on ibooks. Yeah i. I made those videos as an attempt to just drive some traffic to buy website to his anytime. I could sell off the website. It was Significantly more profitable than on ebay or something where you got this. Like huge fees and stuff so Unfortunately didn't really work but people really seek bike videos So they kept wanting more. And and so i would make more and then one day. Somebody told me about this. Wonderful thing called participation. so that's that on an immediately our get mike. I dunno fifty seven dollars a month. And i was like wow i should make more videos and so You know they kind of incentivized me and the next thing you know and making a few hundred bucks a month and some point another few years later. I'm making enough money then. I'm like to quit my job. Just do this full-time right. That's got it was raining right. That's out happened and it was never intentional. I never expected it was just kind of be in the right place right time. I guess i should Let people know those who are looking at doing youtube to at does happen that easily anymore. Oh no yeah. The barrier to entry is much higher to get on youtube. In fact when i look at some of my older videos cringe at the you know the quality of audio and video and even like my own presentation style because i really wasn't very comfortable being in front of a camera or anything like that and so But yeah thing was all you needed to do. is b to be three successful youtube back. Today be successful youtube. All you need to be better than ninety nine percent of the other youtube channels out there which is not hard because ninety nine percent of them are just total like kids playing around with cameras or just your average joe shooting a video of the dog or something you know. There's nothing interesting so that's actually not that hard but the barrier has like audio video quality has actually gone quite up other words. I don't think that if i made the same videos that i made several years ago. I don't think they would cut it today. from what people's expectations are on the audio video quality. You gotta have to invest money in some equipment. I was lucky. Like i said to kind of interested time when when people had lower expectations and i didn't need expensive equipment which i've i've you know obviously gotten over the time but Yeah so anyway. Go on about that. Probably another part to that question. You have anyone who really inspired you as far as like content creators go. That's a good question From the perspective of youtube. No not not really. Okay yeah i could say there was somebody but right. Hey that's fine. i love it. Yeah i get inspired a lot of other things by the people but as far as youtube content creation. Actually no i don't i don't really think i had anybody specifically right anyway. I understand the totally. I almost feel the same way with podcasting. I'm not really like inspired specifically by a particular. Podcast are honestly. I don't listen to the podcast that much anymore. 'cause joey knows this but most of my career. I was a professional chef so a lot of time. Listen to you know. Use a compact out my current job now for a bank. I decided to do anymore. But you know back when i was listening to the podcast. You know had my favorite knows. Like bill. Burr for over kevin smith and stuff like that. But you know. I don't really you know. Look to them for inspiration towards podcasting casting style is more like myself. You know what i'm saying. I know i know for me. I listened to like the david. Pacman show when it comes to politics maybe sometimes joe rogan and then a few other tech podcast. But i don't know that they inspire me so much all right so Dave you collect computer hardware. Essentially have museum Can you tell us about that. Well it's impressive is you might think it was just kind of wondering when my house with a of stuff on display but actually that's all being move now over to my brother's shop That's actually something been in the progress last..

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"So today we have with us the creator of the planet x game series and attack the ski robots and mastermind behind the commander sixteen. He's the eight bit guy from youtube and we'll also talk with them about eight keys and other things too like electric vehicles and Whatever else he has on his mind. David murray how you doing this evening. A little bit tired. But i understood i. I'm a bit tired. And i wonder if the vaccine or if i just just for getting up early this morning it could either bell for me. It's because the last week or so or really like the last three four days been trying to move back into our home so just you know lifting furniture moving all been been exhausting so yeah and actually that was probably going to be the first question. I was going to ask your affected by the whole winter storm in texas awhile. Back house received quite a bit of damage from what i've seen the video Not the subject of today's show. Of course but i want to ask how everything's going with that i know it's not easy. You're still creating contents hookah. Yeah well the thing is. There was a lot of bureaucracy and just a lot of waiting and gets into the insurance companies. Were there all overloaded with with claims and then of course the contractors that do this kind of work. They're all overloaded with with work so it took a little over two months to get my house but back together but a lot of it was. You know you'd have guy or team come out. They'd worked for few hours. Do like one task. You would see anybody flecked another week. Rise house sitting there completely empty. And then eventually you know and another person's team or something would come out and do a little work and then another week without any activity and stuff. There's just really really frustrating. In fact the last straw was they've finished the the walls they had finished the flooring. And the only thing left to do baseboards in the contractor said if the other two weeks before his base for kirk. Come out baseboards on. And i'm like screw that i'll get tired of this. So i just went out to home depot. Against the baseboards and i cut them up. Put them on cockamamie myself so that we could get moving back in And so yeah. I mean that that's hard to doing that but Anyway yeah we still be waiting On baseboards or for that right. Construction works not my forte. But hey you've got skills though that's good you know. I mean i could probably a little here. They're easy for me. Well it's not easy for me either. In fact like i said i was dead the next day from just doing the baseboards customer to you know that kind of work constantly getting up and getting down on the hands knees all day long which took almost all day to do the baseboard so that was very sore from it is. It's not my thing to the baseboard. Simple task drywall. Or fixing a roof or something like that. So yeah yeah exactly. And i had a minor saw with full angle on it. So it's really just a little bit of bath. You know basically mostly forty five degree or ninety degree angles and it's really not that hard to live in apartments so day yourself and about oh well It's really not all that interesting. Actually it was kind of a hobby for making trying to build our. yeah and then Yeah i i was doing a little side business. How many thing. I think it's been almost ten years now as low side business restoring ibooks jackie co long into that good eddie as he did on ibooks. Yeah i. I made those videos as an attempt to just drive some traffic to buy website to his anytime. I could sell off the website. It was Significantly more profitable than on ebay or something where you got this. Like huge fees and stuff so Unfortunately didn't really work but people really seek bike videos So they kept wanting more. And and so i would make more and then one day. Somebody told me about this. Wonderful thing called participation. so that's that on an immediately our get mike. I dunno fifty seven dollars a month. And i was like wow i should make more videos and so You know they kind of incentivized me and the next thing you know and making a few hundred bucks a month and some point another few years later. I'm making enough money then. I'm like to quit my job. Just do this full-time right. That's got it was raining right. That's out happened and it was never intentional. I never expected it was just kind of be in the right place right time. I guess i should Let people know those who are looking at doing youtube to at does happen that easily anymore. Oh no yeah. The barrier to entry is much higher to get on youtube. In fact when i look at some of my older videos cringe at the you know the quality of audio and video and even like my own presentation style because i really wasn't very comfortable being in front of a camera or anything like that and so But yeah thing was all you needed to do. is b to be three successful youtube back. Today be successful youtube. All you need to be better than ninety nine percent of the other youtube channels out there which is not hard because ninety nine percent of them are just total like kids playing around with cameras or just your average joe shooting a video of the dog or something you know. There's nothing interesting so that's actually not that hard but the barrier has like audio video quality has actually gone quite up other words. I don't think that if i made the same videos that i made several years ago. I don't think they would cut it today. from what people's expectations are on the audio video quality. You gotta have to invest money in some equipment. I was lucky. Like i said to kind of interested time when when people had lower expectations and i didn't need expensive equipment which i've i've you know obviously gotten over the time but Yeah so anyway. Go on about that. Probably another part to that question. You have anyone who really inspired you as far as like content creators go. That's a good question From the perspective of youtube. No not not really. Okay yeah i could say there was somebody but right. Hey that's fine. i love it. Yeah i get inspired a lot of other things by the people but as far as youtube content creation. Actually no i don't i don't really think i had anybody specifically right anyway. I understand the totally. I almost feel the same way with podcasting. I'm not really like inspired specifically by a particular. Podcast are honestly..

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"david murray" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on KCRW

"The top. Ready to burn is a sign that reads IRA for the Irish Republican Army and another, which, says Brexit David Murray is angry that Brexit has created a new customs border that separates Northern Ireland from the rest of the United Kingdom and thinks this will help push Northern Ireland closer to reunification with the Irish Republic to the South. You want to be part of the UK and as trying to distance us away from the mainland UK, and this is why there's a lot of tension at the moment. And what's your fear? As a unionist? Obviously, the fear is that this is going to watching United Ireland would unionists like you except the United Ireland If they were a fair vote? No. I just wouldn't want 11 under that flag. My allegiance is to the United Kingdom. The trouble is officially ended in 1998 with the good Friday agreement, But for many here, the pain remains raw. This organization itself lost 340 members of the hands of terrorism. In. Carlisle runs the Grand Orange Lodge of Protestant fraternal Organization Inside the largest museum. He shows me a large computer screen with a searchable database of those who were killed. The single worst atrocity for us happened in September. 1970 when they're a burst into a small hole like this and shot dead favor remembers not a large meeting. There's an uneasy peace is an angry piece, and I never will forgive the people who he that should our community. Absolutely. Richard, breaking into churches and shooting Unhurt. Sorry. Unlike South Africa, Northern Ireland has never had a truth and reconciliation process. So victims families on both sides feel they've never received justice met Gary Duffy as he was standing in the middle of the road. Families of victims demanding accountability from British soldiers. Duffy was there for his great uncle. He was standing outside of a pub. We're having a white flag when I sniper from the top. Top of the flats shot him in the head. Duffy.

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Money. It's like a fulltime job. That needs the full time job for me. Because you don't know jack about computers. I'm going to do all the worst play with your plan for a couple of minutes. I'm going to do all the work at me. Like i was not being a good friend. I'm like you have no idea what you're asking me to do. This is a very serious undertaking. Serious money putting internet me more than a buddy helping you out in his spare time. You need like to know what you're doing first of all. They need someone else who knows what they're doing. That can help you out. Yup i kind of gets i n n and with the You know other things about being a you know Youtuber you also have to expect a couple of other big downsides One and. I guess i'm kind of lucky that i'm not female. But female youtubers get huge amounts of sexual harassment and stalkers and especially if they're attractive You know and that's that's something that i've worn all potential female youtubers about and then of course the other thing is regardless of whether you're male or female and you're going to get a ton of eight mail ton of insults death threats You name it you're gonna get There's i've got people out there that hunt down in various places on the internet any forum. I'm a part of go there just to bad mouth me called me names. W what a more on what you know you know. You've you've got you know when you do the math I've got one point two million subscribers. And even if just like point a one percent of them fricking nutcases still works out like thousand nutcases that are literally like stalked me around the internet. You know and it's sending me hate mail whatnot. So that's just something you gotta deal with that you have to. You have to really get a thick-skinned that kinda crazy story you're you're familiar with the youtuber jas percents. I'm afraid not okay. Yeah he's he c- builder big graphics card in watercolor busiest while he shared a video on building. A budget gaming. Pc and i shared it to this budget. Pc gaming group vate totally hated me for because it was jason sense. They didn't like jesus since. I'm like what's your problem with chased. Is you know. There's a lot of eight towards him. I didn't realize that a towards me but again it can be exaggerated because the you know the group by the way just for posting owner it. Yeah i mean again. I don't know this particular case but like my case like the the guys that hate me are some of the most vocal people and they can often make a perception that there's maybe more people that hate me out there than there are simply because they they cause such a such a ruckus. Stir stir up trouble and you know and troll and everything everywhere ever m three. Was that the news. Yeah yeah yeah so yeah. Same thing happens like somebody posts a video of one of my videos on the commodore sixty four facebook group or something like that. There's immediately a bunch of trolls will jump in and saying you know. Call him be all kinds of names and and You know what not the you know given that person a hard time for posting the video whatever so you know i just try to stay out of that believe it or not i just i see it just roll on by because i'm like values no point in arguing with these people. That are nothing. I ever do like me. You know so. That's that's just anyway that i'm not trying to discourage anybody i just wanna let everybody. Honestly no these are the things you have to deal with if you ever do make it right. Yeah so all right and yeah while david has been great having you here of the podcast today. I think i will go ahead and sign off all right good work on some other things so thanks for having me your. Thank you for taking the time out tonight. Yes much appreciated. I'm glad we got to talk to you. Okay all right. We'll be right back with current events.

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"I think that's really unfortunate. Was discontinued. Although i i know why it was never profitable for general motors. And they're going to go all electric now instead of hybrid which you know making a hybrid and being profitable is pretty difficult because you've gotta put basically it's not too dry. It's more like one and a half drive trains and in a hybrid and then you've got to sell it and and and compete with like a traditional combustion engine car which has a lot less components you never going to be able to be price parity with with that so but with the falling prices of batteries. I do see a time coming up very quickly. Where of pure electric vehicles can reach price parity with gasoline cars. And so that kind of goes into question you're asking window. I think that's gonna happen. Well it's a lot sooner than most people think. Wow this is an industry. I follow very very closely. I read all the websites i talked to. All the experts something. I've always been fascinated by and a lot of people don't know i give. I gave this analogy a few days ago to somebody i was talking to. I think it worked really well through. I was trying to explain. I remember back in the early two. Thousands i was working at a computer store and was used computer store and a big big. Actually it's really cool. Place actually is long and as one of the things that people bought and sold there was monitors and In the early two thousands we started getting in flat screen. You'll lcd monitors and whatnot and people would bring in their their crt monitors and trade them in on flat screens. And you know we give them like how twenty five to fifty bucks. Sometimes there's not given fifty bucks you know as trade in value or whatever and then we turn around and sell it for you know. Eighty to one hundred dollars as it used. Crt well over the next like two three years like this rapid transaction happened where so many people were bringing teased or door and trying to dump them like it. Got to the point where we were giving five dollars and then flat out like nothing like literally were like well. We'll take it if you wanna leave it here. But we can't painting for it selling them. We were selling used. Crt's for like you know twenty bucks and it eventually get to the point that the people were leaving him at the front door at night and we would just have to you know. Throw them away. Because we just couldn't take them all in and so these people would go out and they would buy like the fancy fancy of crt evans been hundreds of dollars. If you know depending on what your it was right like state. Let's say they did that in the year. Two thousand one or something like that and by two thousand three they're monitoring was worth nothing literally nothing because it had become obsolete and like you go into the stores and like all that you see on the shelves were lcd and it was just like this this massive change. It only took like a few years to happen. And i think a lot of people were surprised because they'd go to the store for a while to go and then something like. When did this happen. You know and but the same thing is going to happen to some people who are buying expensive gasoline cars. Like i could see it right now like maybe maybe in a couple of years. Someone's going to go with the most expensive gas car. The fancies gas are they can type and then by the time it's paid for like five years later and they take it back to the dealership traded in. Nobody's gonna want it. That's that's literally like the situation that we're gonna find ourselves in and and the thing is Here's what people don't like people ask me. When's the electric revolution going to happen. Well it actually has already happened. Just don't know it yet Because it's already happened at the highest levels of basically every major autumn. A manufacturer like they've already diverted all research developing funds towards building new and a gasoline. Cars are basically just legacy product at this point. They're still building on because the half to light because right. I mean they've got all these plants that are already putting out and and they're well aware of the osborne effect of course and so you know these companies aren't going to come out and just publicly say. Hey you know. Don't buy our gas cards because their craft compared to what we're going to be selling in a couple of years you know. They're not going to do that because they have to stay in business but the reality is the tides already turned. The switches already happened At the head of every automotive company Battery factories are being built. Like all over the place. All the new designs planned or or electric cars in the stuff that people are still buying a day or essentially legacy products and they just don't know it yet That that's actually the situation where we're at. But that doesn't necessarily. I don't necessarily know how long this transitional period will take i'm thinking five years And a lot of people think it's being driven by regulation protect being driven by tesla Because tesla is growing at an exponential rate and their products are. Just let's face it. i mean. I granted the their products are in the luxury market right but their products are so much better than the nearest gas car can even come close to in the same price range like you know you say well you know. Say a tesla model three for example or tesla model. Y in the forty thousand dollars price range. There's no other forty thousand dollar car can even come close to the performance and features of stuff that you get in a test. These are the car companies. They realize this right right. Yeah the and tesla keeps targeting lower and lower and lower into the market. So and now they're headed into suv's and pickup trucks and everything else that you've got ribian coming out which is kind of like tesla and like in the if these car companies know that if they don't get their act together and start producing these kind of cars to compete within ten years. Tesla's gonna gobble up all of their business. I've been critical of elon. Musk on some things. But i've got to admit one thing that's gonna help continues to succeed as he sees solutions for the problems. We're facing are right now to help him continue to be successful throughout his life. He's he's coming up with solutions to just do anything. We could dream of we. We need to get off. Fossil fuels probably eventually needs. Get off of this planet because of global warming of things progress. He's looking at going to mars. So there's a lot that now. I understand the whole climate change and everything but i'll be the first to admit that climate change is not going to be a driving factor in the switch to electrification for cars We tried that for several years. Regulations that ended up producing cars like the nissan leaf. You know a few things like that. They just couldn't fram any market share because these were cars where the where. The marketing department sat down with their design. These cars these cars. We want to design a car to appeal to tree. Huggers right now. i granted. I bought one. I didn't buy it because of a tree. Hugger up auto nissan leaf back in twenty eleven or twenty ten somewhere in there. Because i just wanted to electric car and i thought you know. Hey sitek is cool future. Whatever but the reality is those parts were designed for tree hundred And in fact you know it says zero emission on the back. That's the big advertisement for the car. You see the car in the back. Zero people like listen even mean and of course again that that that tells you right there that was the marketing thing and if you watch the original commercial ten years ago for the leaf That was the marketing aspect was it was green and the thing is tesla took it a little bit different. Pass tesla's like we're gonna make a product that is just so darn cool that people are gonna wanna.

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Yeah along with a guy channel. You also have the eight big keys channel where you look at keyboards and said the size irs. I used to make electronic music myself. So i find it really cool. Tell us about about that channel and the have fever synthesizer keyboard yourself. Yeah keyboards basically. That's all i have is well. It's just not true. i think i've got a core in the attic somewhere So that channel was just kind of a hobby channel. I thought maybe it would become more than it did. But I've got about fifty something episodes i think on that channel heads over a hundred. I think it's about two hundred thousand subscribers on it now but yeah. A lot of people have been hounding me like because i haven't made any video channel in like six seven months something like that and well. The reality is I just. I just haven't had the time and because of all the crazy stuff on A lot of it's the game not development but the game distribution is extremely time consuming him. I think i mentioned that in my last video that i spend somewhere between two to three hours everyday just shipping stuff really. Shipping stuff is really the right thing probably less than half that time shipping at least making discs folding boxes and just really monotonous stuff like that. That's just part of my daily routine my daily job. And that's that's on top of the all the other crazy stuff going on like a house being flooded kind of stuff so and then of course have to make videos on top of that and so i used to make six videos a month like you got back the three years ago. That was kind of my. That was kind of my Goal was to six videos a month and then eventually became four videos a month and then more like three a month and right now. I'm about to videos a month and at because of that. There's there's more reasons for that. What i just said i get into that later if you want but but but anyway yeah a month. I have to be picky choosy about what i spent. Time on Abc's unfortunately has never been a particularly good moneymaker for for me. And obviously i have to make ends meet and so youtube obviously is a big part of of that income. And so i have to concentrate on the channel that that has good ed revenue which is the guy Yeah so i just. I can't devote a lot of time to eight the keys which is unfortunate because Half scripted videos and stuff prepared for that channel. I'm sure i'll get around to them eventually. Just don't know when it's going to be three way to your question. My favorite is still think is the omaha For sixty seventy which basically the same same thing. Yeah i've actually had a. Ps four seventy myself is pretty cool. Yeah and for those. That don't know that's that's got the basically the exact same ship in it is the ad-lib physics at the card. That was so common for ibm compatibles back in the late eighties early nineties. And it's the same chip and It's neat little keyboard and you have a little little. You can make your own. Just the the the settings chip with these little sliders and stuff you can make salads and stuff so it's it's a pretty neat little keyboard enforce. It's obviously it was made back the eighties but Yeah that's my favorite one fact. That's what the intro song to. The channel was made on that today. Tell us about like your musical influences. And how much of the music that you make. Wise up into your games. My musical influences are going to be. It's a good question. A lot of its video games. Like yeah if i had to pick like Like actual like known artists. Like you'd hear on the radio or something is being an influence Eurythmics might be one or eraser. Yeah but yeah mostly video. Elsa stuff like rob hubbert from commando and things like that and of course the ultimate games as well. It's a good tunes to him. So yeah those are. My influences are basically i've at one that From crazy comments that rob hubbard. Yeah yeah. That's a catchy tune by myself whistling the action biker tune all the time i don't know why tuning sixteen that would allot so We all know that you're a retro tech enthusiasts and You're so into electric vehicles. Tell us a bit about that What's your favorite electric vehicle. And how long you will be before we have The majority of vehicles on the road that are vehicles. It's hard to pick a favorite Obviously right now right. Now i'm driving twenty nineteen Chevrolet volt but i had all kinds of electric vehicles of the last ten years of numerous leafs. Bmw three tesla model. Three had a a a prime. I'm probably forgetting some here. My wife has chevrolet bolt. I have a fiat five hundred. Also that's in the parking lot running. I i used to do Theriault so i had like a whole fleet of vs. I was renting out when the pandemic hit. Nobody was renting anymore. So i i sold all those off including the tesla people were surprised that sold tesla and well reason for that was i still owed a ton of money on the test live and obviously it was paying for so with the rentals. Which like i said when that died out unlike bail the volts paid for so. Keep that one but yes. I don't have anything against tesla. A lot of people made the assumption because they see. I'm driving a volt again that go. You must have decided. You hate tesla. And i'm like no no no. I just really wasn't a a logical choice for me to keep that car. When i had one that was half the price was already paid for and whatever. So that's how ended up that And i love the volt..

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Three d only instead of being a first person shooter. I wanted to be a top down game. And so that's essentially what i did was created a first person shooter style game. That's that's a top down. Two d game and i don't know that that's ever been done before but anyway so that that's basically what it is. That's why you have. You have to go find your three key cards you you gotta find that opened different doors. Find weapons you find Other little tools and stuff that you can use in the game Yeah and so. That's the and the reason. I decided that way because i wanted obviously to work on the commodore systems and You know obviously resources are limited in first person shooters or not really a viable Viable option sprite. I've actually thought about trying to first person shooter on Those kind of systems using maybe more like a wire frame type Look so that it would be less. Cpu intensive than than maybe then. Maybe the you know on a regular first person shooter. You've got like you're not just shading you've got actual I don't know what you call that where you actually have patterns drawn on the different geometric thing anyway anyway thing is. I can't work out the math. I've i i'd have to have some help on that. I i can't seem to and and what's worse basically dealing with like trigonometry and then you have to do that on neat bit assembly language where you have to deal with interference between zero and two eighty five. So it's it's. I'm not saying it can't be done. I'm just saying it might be a bit the online Math skills off. So i think we covered the inspiration for the game. That's question So yeah that's good What about some of the challenges. You've come across a created the creative the game. I know you've detailed bunch of on youtube Yeah just tell us about that if you'd like well So i actually created the game originally for the commodore pet and And of course. I fully intended from day. One to two also make ports for the c sixty four. So i kind of keep that in mind as i was making the game as you know Of course create certain limitations. Pet of course has no graphics mode at all I actually used the little character graphics that you can actually produce pretty neat. Lookie stuff with come repet- graphics way more than like other computers of the eric is like your typical ascii based computers. They mostly just had letters and numbers in a couple symbols or something you know but the the pet actually like two hundred fifty six these little neat little characters that are all kinds of the percents lines and stuff and you can create some interesting graphics with that but of course it was limited to the thirty two k which is the maximum amount that the pet can have however that wasn't as big of a limitation as a lot of people might think because like your typical c. Sixty four game Probably would easily fit in thirty two k if you did have a bunch of fancy graphics sprites music data to store it since the pet does cavity fancy graphics for fancy frights or fancy music synthesizer chips. You don't need any of that. So the actual game engine fits pretty well in the pet. I mean there were a few features. I believe off because of ram but But it came up mostly like a wanted and then of course when i came when i did the sixty four version. Obviously i had more grandma available but wanted to keep the game play And the maps and everything like totally identical to the pets introduce any new features there that i could fit on the pet so the pet ended up being kind of the limiting factor for some of the game play features just due to ram limitations. Yeah i mean. I i completely ran out of ram. Actually i had some features. I had to remove from the game in order to get other features to fit that. I thought were more important right. So yeah so. Dave created the gains plan x one x two and x three and you know they're very popular retro platforms now. Which one of these are your favorite. I know planet x threes to be very popular among russia. Within the is right now but which one is your personal those three oh plenty of course and the main reason for that is simply because The sixty sixty four the game was again greatly limited by ram. I really kind of bit off. More than a chew on planet x two and i just had to remove so many features that planned in and i was able to add a lot of this independent extreme because the platform my head well ended up making a to fifty six k requirement. But i i could have gone higher than gone six forty k. Or whatever but anyway yeah. It's still even twenty six case a ton more ram than what i have the c sixty four so i was able to add a lot of features in a better game is just.

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Understood i. I'm a bit tired too. And i wonder if it's co vaccine or if i just as just from getting up early this morning and it could be well for me. It's because the last week or so really like last three four days of trying to move back into our home and so it just you know lifting furniture moving all kinda stuff Been been exhausting and actually that was probably going to be the first question. I was going to ask affected by the whole winter storm in texas. Awhile back house received quite a bit of damage from what i've seen the video Not the subject of today's show. Of course but i want to ask how everything's going with that i know it's not easy will still creating content to yeah well. The thing is there was a lot of bureaucracy and just a lot of waiting of the insurance companies. Were there all overloaded with with claims and then of course the contractors that do this kind of. They're all overloaded with with work so it took a little over two months to get my house but back together but a lot of it was. You know you'd have a guy or team come out. They'd worked for a few hours like one task. You wouldn't see anybody for another week. Rise my house just sitting there completely empty and then eventually you know and then another person team or something would come out and and do a little work then another week without an any activity in so there's just really really frustrating. In fact the last straw was the finished. The the walls they had finished the flooring and the only thing left to do is baseboards in the contractor said of another two weeks before his base for kirk. And i'm like screw that. I'm getting tired of this. So i just went out to home. Depot against the baseboards and come up. Put them on cocked. Anything myself so that we could get moving back in. And so yeah. I mean that that tired out to doing that but Anyway yeah we'd still be waiting on baseboards if it weren't for that right. Hey construction works not my forte. But hey you've got the skills so that's good you know. I mean i could probably do a. It's not easy for me. It's not easy for me either. In fact like i said. I was nearly dead the next day from. Just doing the baseboards. Because i'm not accustomed to that kind of work constantly getting up and getting down on my hands knees all day long which it took almost all day to do the baseboard so yeah i was very sore from it because it's not my thing either. So task like putting them drywall. Or fixing a roof or something like that. So yeah yeah exactly. And i had a minor salt with decibel angle on it. So it's really just a little bit of bath. Basically mostly forty five degree or ninety degree angles. And it's really not that hard. So i don't even have that. I live in an apartment all right so david kelsey about to sell channel came about. Ooh it's really not all that interesting actually just. It was kind of a hobby at first. Yeah and then. Yeah i was doing a little. You know side business hall. Gosh it's been almost ten years now ago. I was doing this business. Restoring ibooks jacko long into that. He did on ibooks. I made those videos as an attempt to just drive some traffic to buy website. Anytime i could sell off the website it was a significantly more profitable than on ebay. Or something. where you've got this like huge fees and stuff to pay so unfortunately didn't really work but people really seem like the videos So they kept wanting more. And and so i would make more and then one day. Somebody told me about this. Wonderful thing called monetization. So on an immediately i was getting fifty seventy five dollars a month and i was like wow i should make more videos than so You know kind of incentivized me and the next thing you know and making a few hundred bucks a month and some point another few years later. I'm making enough money. That i'm like ninety to quit my job and just do the time. That's right that's right. that's how it happened. It was never intentional. I never expected it was just kind of a being in the right place right time. I guess i should Let people know those who are looking at doing you to at does happen that easily anymore. Oh no no no. Yeah the the barrier to entry is much higher to get on youtube. In fact when i look at some of my older videos i cringe at the you know the quality of audio and video and even like my own presentation style because i really wasn't very comfortable being in front of a camera or anything like that and so But yeah the thing was all you needed to do. is be you know to be three successful youtube. Actually i think still holds true today. Basics iphone youtube. All you need to do is be better than ninety nine percent of the other youtube channels out there which is not hard because ninety. Nine percent of them are just total. You know like kids playing around with cameras or just your average joe shooting a video of his dog or something you know. There's not much interesting so that's actually not that hard but at the barrier has Like for audio video quality has actually gone quite up in other words. I don't think that if i made the same videos that i made several years ago. I don't think they would cut it today. from what people's expectations are on the audio video quality. You're going to have to invest some money in some equipment. I was lucky. Like i said the kind of inner at a time when when people had lower expectations and i didn't need expensive equipment Which i've i've you know obviously gotten over the time but Yeah back then anyway. Yeah go on on about that. Probably right so dame you collect richer computer hardware essentially having museum. Could you tell us about that. Well as impressive as you might think it was just kind of wondering when my house with a bunch of stuff on display but actually. That's all being moved now to my brother shop. That's actually something been progress in the last couple of weeks of doing so it'll be considerably more interesting when it all gets set up over his place because there's a lot more room and he's going to build some custom desks and shelves and stuff to put all this stuff in so yeah it's just mostly the stuff you've seen channel over the years like when i get done with a computer like if i restore one or something. It goes up in the museum. You know so. Moving there would keep people from his. I know you talked about on your videos. Had people like show up at your house wanting to check out everything and they didn't even call or anything. I oh yeah that's happened a few times but that's pretty rare not about most of the time that that happens wanting a selfie or something. They're not even.

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"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

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"david murray" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"david murray" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast

"It's too much. It's too much against the spurs defence knowing that he's not gonna practice a week i. I don't think running backs necessarily have to practice like a quarterback or you know like like defensive players every single week to prepare for the opponent. They basically arrested the same thing. Most weeks chimeras. No exception of that But i would be worried about him getting his usual playing time unless he just starts off red hot which always possible with them but to get twenty five. Plus p p r points. I think it's a little too much to expect. Given the circumstances. Okay and bears rondi. Vince been pretty good lately when they've had akeem hicks however the other New orleans running backs or off the reserve covid list so you if chimeras out i'm sure a lot of people will look at latavius. Murray and good news for bears for saints running backs bad news for the bears run defense roquan smith linebacker row. Crohn's while roquan smith likely out this week. They should get back their rookie. Cornerback jalen johnson. And based on where. Michael thomas often lines up and how the bears don't really move their cornerbacks. I mean i feel like it could be jalen johnson coming off of a three week absence up against michael. Thomas who reportedly is going to be close to full health. And i are you guys. Is he kind of an automatic in your lineups this week. Michael thomas kinda yeah for sure. I mean it's unbelievable price tag for him. You never gonna see in this hopefully ever again because that means he's playing great but Yeah he's i. I'm doing a story for for the site for friday of goodbyes. Bad buys For both sites and for jack kingston and vandal. And he's the second receiver on that. I'm sorry i ride deceiver that you listed on draftkings in the second largest fan. Oh sixty four hundred on draftkings on draftking. He is sixty eight hundred on federal. Who got to no. Who's the better bargain on fan. Will i buy. I did it by price in terms eliminated all the obvious place and so just him. The johnson are flipped in terms of most the guy in terms of price. So the johnson. Seven thousand thanks. Goodbye fans well but on draftkings the most expensive of the lesser to your guys if those receivers were my lineup. I wonder if they'll just be too popular. I mean the problem with the problem with only six games is everybody is going to be using some combination of everybody knows right. You gotta find like one. Maybe two cheap guys. Yeah you gotta find the out of nowhere candidates while i think what david murray qualifies if kamar place because he's going to be very obvious if kamara doesn't play but you're alluding to in terms of workload if he's not going to his workload and people say i'm not gonna play the tapis mary because there that's one that stands out of the non quarterbacks i think one. That's intriguing to me. If he's healthy is as mckenzie 'cause they played them in slot in week. Seventeen and kobe doesn't play with john. Brownback saw he did he nine targets and six catches. So that's an interesting one Coconut is actually more expensive on Fan duel than jimmy graham. But i would still play. Quoque met because i think he's going to see more targets. 'specially with them chasing points and then moons out then. Anthony miller becomes interesting because moonies banged up after getting hurt me seventeen. He was just a pr stud mooney would be very popular if he plays too because under four thousand on draftkings and he's had this much bigger role lately in the bears offense..

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"david murray" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"david murray" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Enforcement saluted George Boyd's caskets has it was carried inside the church hundreds of media members and spectators stood nearby this woman went to high school with boys and called the moment overwhelming for its final Israel now when you're up close and personal it's heartbreaking famed boxer Floyd Mayweather footing the bill for today's service which is expected to feature remarks from Reverend al Sharpton and former vice president Joe Biden Clayton never used it at this hour the DC city council is considering an emergency package of police reform measures born from George Floyd's death banning chokeholds and increasing access to body camera footage are two of the main provisions ANC commissioner for ward eight Selena dopo supports the bill there's definitely a star in the right direction council chair Phil Mendelson I support the legislation expected will be passed by DC police union chairman Gregg Pemberton told the Larry o'connor show the bill's author council member Charles Allen you said of things that he wants to do to try to complete your record the right leads officers happens as for other Kurdistan WMAL one W. I mailed out com another police reform move is being contemplated by prince George's county schools to remove police resource officers from school buildings I mean the reality is that I'm pretty much everywhere in America we don't have a one to one police officer to school ratio already not late you know there's there's necessarily been a cop in every school to begin right board of education member David Murray tells mornings on the mall he'd rather see that money used to put social workers in schools to help students avoid the school to prison pipeline what a Fairfax county's most familiar names takes another step towards death's door today as the board of supervisors is expected to approve the removal of the word corner from the name of the Tysons corner metro station by Sadie you Grover's corner Tyson's corner Cooper's corner me ticket it has a it has a certain more agrarian and rural feel to it so glass near the CEO of the Tysons partnership says the area was farmland back in the day but it's not anymore than just Tyson's sounds more grown up one big name Virginia University has announced its fall plans for students Virginia Tech announcing that students will head to Blacksburg in late August to live on campus but then head home by thanksgiving to finish up the semester remotely and even students on campus will be doing most of their classes online dining halls will be take out only and masks for everyone Virginia Tech says it's trying to preserve the on campus experience we'll try to keep students safe no word yet on any Hokies football barber brit WMAL WMAL dot.

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"david murray" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"david murray" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Straight west on sixty six crash gone in Centerville now from garage door repair dot com the W. M. A. L.'s stormwatch seven forecast it is gonna be a summery afternoon with increasing heat and humidity right now not bad low to mid sixties for temperatures later today ninety two ninety three feeling more oppressive and that means worsening air quality so those of you with longer breathing issues heart issues exercise as early as possible any C. seven mineralogist rocket jumps in and starts seven weather center right now it is sixty six in Berks sixty four in Damascus seventy one at Reagan national I'm John Matthews on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall WMAL Washington mornings seven WMAL or Washington Comstock coming up this morning eight fifteen David Murray is going to be here is the press for discounts for what number if you'd like to get rid of the police in prince George's county schools will that be good for the students and eight thirty five Kevin Hassett he's with us he's an economist and senior adviser to president Donald Trump I'm dense colonies with good morning joining us now Susan preacher that she conventional correspondent for the Washington examiner regular here on mornings on the mall hi Susan warning the Democrats today are unveiling what's being called a sweeping package of police reforms in response to everything we've seen over the last two weeks I do we what is going to be in here what are their reforms that they are they are are proposing here in this package well one of these reforms have have been proposed over the years and legislation in the house the Senate but have never really gained any traction and so sort of a compilation of some of those ideas and I think one of the big ones that that people recognize this I'd ban on board from first federal law enforcement are to use the chokehold maneuver or any other tactic that.

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"david murray" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"david murray" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Has the buyers dot com okay the the impact of the death for Floyd in the protests and riots that come out of it and have led to a bunch of places around the country trying to react and in some cases over we'll talk more this morning that prince George's county trying to yank its police officers out of its public schools they wanna get rid of all the cops in the schools the school board so that'll be that conversational happened at eight fifteen with David Murray who's on the prince George's county school board but over in prince William county the superintendent there is calling for the renaming of Stonewall Jackson high school and stone wall middle schools about prince William county school board chairman Dr Babur Lateef I said this past weekend that he agrees with the superintendent Steven waltz and the call to rename both Stonewall Jackson high and Stonewall middle and they think that the school board's gonna take action to do this before the next school year begins in August so we've seen a bit of a trend going after and things that are named after Frances various things in the confederacy we've seen news reports in the last week actually last few days that the army is considering renaming bases named after a Confederate generals that are currently exist so that looks like it's coming as well well because of your race is that it never happened right yeah is that how it goes well it got no we we have this conversation with the statues can you put you look to Russia and I point this out every time they still have statues to Lenin and Stalin why not because they they think that you know they they they adenoid Meyer these men now but it's part of their history and so all my gosh you learn about your history from looking at things like this doesn't mean you admire them doesn't mean you idolize them the point is is there part of your history and and you that is part of America's history in and are there horrible parts of our history absolutely but you know what the great parts of our history or we can look back at those stages we can look back at the names of those bases learn about the men after who knows bases are named and then look at how far we've come look at how we've changed look at how we've grown can you imagine if you did this with your personal life you would have no pictures like if there are several pictures of me in your books that never would exist now because they would've been wiped out because they were just not good especially the awkward years eighth grade not good either is that the mistakes you made in your past life you know it's a divorce a bad divorce you would just erase that from your existence right you just do not recognize the children from not divorce or anything because I was a bad marriage it's it's ludicrous since IT it doesn't make any sense just pretending it didn't happen doesn't mean it didn't happen okay I'm done yes okay well but I think there's a way that there's a way to view this in a sober way which is how do you distinguish between having a a proper perspective on history and making sure that you don't honor people who sought to lead a rebellion to preserve slavery in the United States right so if you've got a situation where for instance Fredericksburg is removing a slave auction block in its city the city of Fredericksburg is removing a slave auction block now this is one of those situations where it was actually used as a slave auction block wouldn't it be van appropriate to use that as a focal point of history you go there is not there to honor slavery it's there to remind people that it happened it's a glaring scar in the middle of your city that's what you do with that on the flip side with these schools like in prince William county were you named after Stonewall Jackson the school was founded in nineteen seventy two it wasn't created during the civil war is not like being named all of this back way back when it was created in during and in the wake of the civil rights era as a finger in the eye of the civil rights era so it is reasonable to have sober conversations around are we honoring these people or are we reflecting on history are we okay and you don't wanna race history at all which is why there's a proper place for so much of this museums and a slave block that's exactly the type of thing that people in your city and visitors to your city should be able to see because this serves as a stark reminder of the history that came with that very location yeah absolutely it's all it's all about education replication with things right there the visitors can come as you said come and see not just the people who live there but visitors as well yeah I learn and be educated because education is how we better ourselves by learning about what's right and what's wrong about a learning and not repeating the sins of the past because if you don't know history you're going to repeat it seven fifty two on W. mail where Washington.

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"david murray" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"david murray" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Tree in the wake of his death at the hands of the police officer and now we find out locally in prince George's county Steve this you've got school board members or proposing de funding the police in schools the plan would be to remove the school resource officers from prince George's county public schools and it's already passed its first step last night they are there for their first move towards doing that so they're in the process of doing it and I pressed Rogers county public school board member by the name of David Murray who's gonna join us coming up later in the show here he at he said what we're saying is that there's not a place for police officers armed police officers in prince George's county public schools are not only that we think that that money could be better served supporting our students with more social workers more mental health professionals more academic interventionists to get elementary school students reading on grade level merry we're gonna have a lot of questions for David Murray coming up at eight fifteen this morning about this very thing this is this rush to ship to I guess this virtue signal that you know you're gonna you're gonna dress right yes we agree that there's a problem we're gonna address this problem doesn't seem to have a lot of thought behind it doesn't seem to have a lot of thought led down the road what will the consequences be what could possibly happen down the road if we do a a way to virtue signal now I know we're on top of this and we're gonna make everybody happy and and and the and the left can shake their head go good you did something that's exactly what we wanted and then down the road if if god forbid there's there's some kind of shooting or something like that well we've taken all of the you know police officers out of or or resource or for officers out of here and here and here up sorry our bad with I do I just hate this rush to make decisions like this because I don't think they thought well you've you've tapped into something important which is the decision by crisis is not a good way to make decisions because we got the news cycle the new cycle are you gonna make every long term decision based on that particular news cycle for one why would you public punish police officers because of the actions of one cop in Minneapolis additionally why would you punish your students so one of the core questions remain prisoners counties I thought the point was that we are going to trying to establish better relationships between police and specifically communities of color right is not the idea behind this moment that we need better more human more empathetic relationships between the cops and the communities are supposed to protect that's one of the that's one of the claims I think that people are making how do you achieve that if you create more distance and ignorance between cops and the community they serve so if this if a police officer who would normally be able to interact with students develop relationships kind of read them in the hallway which so many of the school resource officers do they got these they've they develop relationships with the students if you remove that and then you remove any positive relationship whatsoever with any police officer from the lives of a high school student what is the impact of that does that make it that there's more ignorance that there's more distance the police officers are considered even more of a stranger absolutely so there are ramifications to this end the school shooting scenario that you raised that's a real issue the St Mary's county in Maryland had a school shooting and it was stopped by a school resource this resource officer in two thousand eighteen who shot the gunman that's because there was a gun to fire back on campus and that guy actually showed up unlike in parkland where the cop hit yes you're a cop show up so pressures county should think this through how does this help the students it is you called what did you call it of litigating bite or legislating by crisis it's really by emotion when you make a decision a rash decision based when you're in an emotional state it's probably even a lot of times make a bad decision we're often told you know take a breath don't do anything today sleep on it you know come back tomorrow you know when you're ready to fire off that emotional email angry email to your boss you don't do it you write it out you don't hit send you wait until the next day and then you read it and you think through what the implications of this could possibly be that is not happening here and that needs to happen here well you you you you would hope it is happening right that's the point like that if you're gonna be a public policymaker isn't the point to think about the problems and the consequences of your decisions that is the that's the whole ball game and what I fear is happening and what it seems like it's happening again west David Murray about eight fifteen who supports this by the way getting rid of the cops in the schools in prince George's county what it seems like it's happening is you're not actually responding to a specific issue in the schools there isn't a specific underlying problem that you're addressing but instead what you're doing is serving a partisan political interest by by making this the latest publicity stunt in an effort to besmirch police broadly rather than to go after the bad apples right the Derek shamans of the world the types of guys who act with callousness who actually who who act in a way that is not befitting any professional setting it's it's it's the rush to show that I'm on the right side of the issue I'm on the right side of the issue look at me I'm with you I'm looking right I'm sorry and and I may be causing more problems than it's worth but I'm on the right side of the issue some others is virtue signalling at the expense of your own students yeah most virtue signaling a lot of times is at the expense of someone I mean just think back to the beginning of this century we have the DC sniper all on the loose causing chaos in our communities do you want a police officer at your child's school.

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"david murray" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"david murray" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Everything else is you know. Try and keep. It helps right exactly the way that I've described it as you know. Iceland isolates. Have a certain place ace in the tool chest like they're all you know. These are all interesting tools and have certain appropriate applications and we still have a long way to go to tease out. the different appropriate applications of different types of isolated compounds and extracts and and the benefits and disadvantages of those things and 'CAUSE I I run into a lot of folks that you know just flat out. Don't WanNA recognize any therapeutic value in. CDI solidity suddenly suddenly. You can't really go that far. I mean certainly. It's in some context seems to be limited compared to extracts that seemed to have more phytochemicals diversity and there's interesting work going on like I'm always worried. I'm going to mispronounce his name. I think David Murray in Israel that doing some interesting work looking at You know I think over like right now. The last paper I saw they put out something over fifty tabloids and well over one hundred terp annoyance join set. They're trying to monitor manipulate trying to understand what those differences are but we still have the Ted talk he might have. I don't remember I think so but I might. I might be misused There was an Israeli. And I'm sorry that we're doing this a live Todd cast and I'm not don't know his name but if there's a good ted talk where This scientists claims to have such an understanding of the molecule in cannabis that If one came of our patient is using is for some reason not available anymore His you can find a replacement so I would love to see His ass say I basically and I feel like people don't like sharing stop. Yeah Yeah so I'm working on making my own but it would be really nice if I could somebody like that and email. It can give me their condition right. Yeah also WANNA point out too that essentially we're we're the nutraceutical industry this plant and GW Pharma knows a lot more about it than we do and they keep it. They keep it close to their chest so I'm not saying that. Making one zero one combat drug is the way to go but I I you can only do so much with what you have time to do. And I'm really glad that they're people like Mary out there doing this I simply don't have the training to To do something like this by myself. Yeah yeah totally. It's Sir That type of work. I watched with a lot of excitement. And cautious optimism to see what what wisdom can be can be gleaned out if it I hope to you know maybe eventually be able to Try to interview him or someone on his team would be fascinating to to get more information about you. Know whatever they're willing to share. Sheriff exactly what's going on So let's talk about Some common misconceptions that you run into in the public in the industry. Broadly about extra interprets. What are some of the kind of big two or three misconceptions that you commonly encounter though? I mean it's you always hear it with hydrocarbon extract that it's really bad for you because hydrocarbon in it and if you're talking about this simply not the case Temperatures that we use You just you just don't really see any hydrocarbons that they were using attractions if you do see hydrocarbons there from the plant and you're gonNA see heck Saint Dane like that Another misconception and is that This'll it is just a hot talk. Water again are from single team of our or you can start with Listen asshole which sh you know either way the different What's really nice with this? One you can see this and if you start with better material you get cleaning material material so You know if I had access to coal plant or flower us. Nothing about that -nother misconception about Chirping is that Turpin oriented about central oils is there nothing but turpin beer and We know that's not true Me Think if there's any other ones Oh Yeah That's a lot of people are out there right now. you know. There's been a problem with the vaping and Beijing really and people are Identifying culprit and I'm just GONNA go smoke flower and I mean there's a lot of problems to smoking flower in terms of if you look at smoking cigarettes Atari in it so I would love to figure out what's going on with me because I don't like smoking As much as I liked beeping because I feel like the flavors get lost in the smoke. not playing. I don't enjoy a a joint But it's different the same. Do concentrate. Everyone's like I'm just going to DAB well if the Fundamental Problem Colin is something that's been going on in the plant. Well dabbing is not gonna be any better so I guess to address this current crisis And that's what I would say is there. There's a misconception is that the problem may only be in vaping products We might have a problem in the pesticides. We've switched to more. There might be a problem in the black market. Kid is the only one with pesticides now and that the biomass. It used to have pesticide that we weren't testing for would end up getting diluted for Biomass it didn't have passed so now you're black. Market are seeing levels of pesticides. That are unbelievable. I really don't know what's going in on him. It'll leave it to people like the CDC the FDA the Mayo Clinic T to to wrangle. What's going on but You know we're willing and we're casting more everything that's been thrown out so far. Yeah I wish I had some more misconceptions Oh yeah now. That's that's great and yeah I wanted to talk to you about Your thoughts on the vape issue. I'm glad you brought that up because it is It is really interesting. I think the the count is now. Nineteen people have died there linking to the Stephan. That's always difficult to to decipher as far as what commonalities are there between you know all of these cases and I think that's one of the issues that the CDC brought up is that it's it's hard to find commonalities. They are saying like Michael Bolton Hill and a lot of these extracts which when heated turns the hydrogen cyanide and there's some concerns about if you're putting THC extracts into chambers that maybe previously held like nicotine based East e CIG juice juice. You might be making formal in when it's heated just more toxic than formaldehyde. That seems to be. I don't know I'm not sure how likely that actually is. That's happening happening. You know there's concerns about maybe it's cheap Cartridges in their things which I know talking to some of the labs in California where they've got you know they're required in California to test the extracts after they've been filled into the cartridges and so now they're they're catching things like metals that are leaching out of these poorly made Cartridges but it is a confusing thing. We don't we really don't know yet and I think the Mayo Clinic put out a report just a couple of days go saying that now. They're from looking at tissue samples and things like that. They're seeing evidence of chemical burns in the lungs and I think that might be communality but they don't know what's causing those chemical burns. I just say look similar to things that they've seen in People that are exposed to industrial fumes and unsafe work environments and things like that. So yeah we'll see.

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