35 Burst results for "David O"

David Carlucci: Titles Can Be Deceiving

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:47 min | 9 hrs ago

David Carlucci: Titles Can Be Deceiving

"Urban areas, suburban to an extent, but your urban suburban areas are going to be your more blue or purple if you would. Everywhere else in this country is red, okay? You look at the maps for the last 20 years in presidential elections. It's this massive red country except for the blue popping, you know, in the areas we talk about. And that just happens. And I think it is funny. Yeah, I mean, I see my side, you know, we got this and right now, frankly, and just, you know, I'll be honest. McCarthy's got a problem. And it's a problem that I've talked to members in the caucus that have said, if he gives too much. And right now he's got four or 5 and just say, hey, no, we're not going to vote for you. So there's not a lot to give, but if he did, then you start to lose other members of the party. And it's the same truth. I love how y'all do it though. I love how the Democrats do it in Congress. In their elections, if they have a controversy or a different group, they just make vice chairs. I have never seen a conference that had more leadership positions than the House democratic caucus. It is the most amazing thing about it. Well, I'll tell you, that's something I've done a lot of work on the state legislatures. And it's been a lot of fun because you get to learn about these 99 different chambers in the United States. Because every state has two chambers, except for Nebraska, which is unicameral. But so you see the party leadership or the party in power in the chamber, you got to be very careful because majority leader might mean something different from state to state. You can have conference leader. And I've seen that on display in New York. Back over about 15 years ago, there was all these titles. And the conference leader was really the leader. You know, the majority leader was just ceremonial, but you had to know what was going on. But you see that in these chambers where these titles can be deceiving.

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Crossfire Podcast With Democrat David Carlucci

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:55 min | 9 hrs ago

Crossfire Podcast With Democrat David Carlucci

"To, as you said, make an independent district. I think it was the wording and I may have got it a little bit wrong, but make a more independent district. In Georgia, that would require true what I would call gerrymandering. In other words, the district that I'm in up here in northeast Georgia is a 70 four 75% district, okay? It's a very rural dish you can already encompass this 20 something counties and plus in that. And so to quote make it more independent, if you would, you're having to go, you're going to take different areas and then have to pull them together with other areas. It might not have any similarity in the answer. For an area you're going to be possible. Yeah, no, and I'm not referring to that. I'm saying, hey, make it the real makeup of the community. You know, now you have the cracking and the packing and the idea there is that you put all the Democrats into one district, right? Make that a super competitive democratic district. Or super non competitive democratic district. Now here, it's one or lost in the primary. And some places that's unavoidable, right? But in many places in the country, it's not unavoidable, but that's what we've seen happen. And that's a real problem where the only way people get real participation in the process is through the primary, because by the time the general election comes, we know it's either a Democrat or a Republican district. And so that favors the ability for that candidate to really play to the extreme of that party. And that's what I warned my democratic friends because my democratic friends will often criticize the Republicans and say, oh, you know, look at the freedom caucus or look at these people that are really to the right. And it's scary, and they're pushing McCarthy, et cetera. And I say, well, yes, we see that in full display right now in the jockeying for the speakership. But don't fool yourself that it doesn't exist on the democratic side as well. And I

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Democrat David Carlucci Has Always Worked Across the Aisle

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:37 min | 9 hrs ago

Democrat David Carlucci Has Always Worked Across the Aisle

"Cut my teeth in a time where I, I'm a Democrat, but in order to get elected to the Senate, I beat a Republican. And it was a Republican held seat for a generation. Just outside New York City. So I always modeled myself on trying to work across the aisle to get results, and I had the good fortune of before getting elected to the state Senate. I was elected as town clerk in the town of clarkstown, New York. It's about just under 90,000 people. It's a big town, but as town clerk, you're just helping people all day, right? You're helping them access government to make it that government is their friend and how to use it. So if done right, this town clerk, all you're doing is making friends, right? Participate in the town board meetings by being the minute taker, but you don't have to take that stance. But it was a great foundation in that trying to understand, listen, listen, trying to understand people where they're coming from. And I think that's one of the unfortunate parts of our state legislatures of our Congress is the hyper partisanship that we can't seem to put these labels aside. Even though we'll disagree on many things, like we've talked about before, we've talked a lot about addiction and mental health. And some of the ideas we have in strategies align. And I think that's where you can find some positives to say, hey, where can we find that common ground? Not let's just pile on top all the ways that we disagree. All the reasons you're wrong, I'm right. And let's just stop there. We don't get anything done. So I find it's really positive to try to do that as much as possible.

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Doug Welcomes Former Democratic NY State Senator David Carlucci

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:21 min | 9 hrs ago

Doug Welcomes Former Democratic NY State Senator David Carlucci

"Everybody, welcome back to the college podcast. Good show today for you got a good friend coming back home. One in which we disagree on things. We're often found on Fox News being pitted against each other. It's pretty funny. But considering we do agree on a lot of things, but we do disagree for a political perspective. David Carlos is back with me, a former democratic state senator from New York. And we're going to have this conversation on what's going on. The recent elections, just some right left takes if you would, and see who we can find some agreement to go. But David's good to have you back. Yeah, thanks for having me. It's always great to be with you. That's fun. I mean, you and I sort of funny because you and I always, especially with Harris and Harris, in particular, fault in our own fault and folks, you and I get put on opposite sides of different things. And I'll be honest, here recently, especially with some of the topics, I was on my side than your side on a couple of those. Well, it's been fun. I think, yeah, they've had us on a bunch and last time, they said, hey, thanks for the spirited debate. And it's like, okay, you know, it was almost like a conversation that we were having. But, you know, I think that's important, right? And that's why it's an honor for me to be on your show. I've been able to listen to your show and disagree with you on most things, right? But that's good. You know, I wanted to learn more. And where you're coming from on these issues. And you're open to hearing about my experience. And I think that's what we need to do,

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Hakeem Jeffries unanimously elected leader of House Democrats, calls for bipartisanship

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Hakeem Jeffries unanimously elected leader of House Democrats, calls for bipartisanship

"House Democrats will have a new leader in the new session of Congress next month, and he's vowing to find common ground with Republican leaders. New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries becomes the first black American to lead a major political party at the capitol. The 52 year old is vowing to get things done for the American people. Fight for better paying jobs, fight for safer communities, defend democracy, fight for reproductive freedom. On ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos, Jeffreys vows to work with Republicans wherever they can. They're going to double and triple down on the extremism that we've seen from people like Marjorie Taylor Greene, that would be unfortunate. Republican congressman David Joyce of Ohio is also rejecting extremism on the hill. He says the party needs to serve the public that put them into office. You see all this kabuki theater taking place at D.C.. But what is that doing to lower the price of gas? What is that doing to lower the groceries? Jackie Quinn Washington

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Lord Conrad Black on the 'Disaster of the Midterms'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 1 d ago

Lord Conrad Black on the 'Disaster of the Midterms'

"The midterms quote the disaster of the midterms. Are you saying that the American people consciously willingly rejected that recitation of successes? No, I'm not. What I'm saying is, and this is what I must confess. It shocked me. And it does to some degree depress me, but does not make me a defeatist. I believe the political options that you and I and no doubt most of your listeners broadly share will succeed. But there is a setback here and I put it in these terms. The fact is that on two consecutive occasions, two years apart, the American public effectively preferred Biden to Trump. Now, I want to qualify that. I think the 20 20 election was a very compromised election. I think the handling of huge quantities of harvested ballots that could not be verified leaves great doubt about whether the result that emerged was an authentic or an honest one. But that's not the point. The system works as it works. And Biden emerged as the president and two years later, despite the fact that three quarters of the people thought the country was heading in the wrong direction. The polls were quite accurate. So if they were accurate and predicting a close race in Pennsylvania, for example, they were also accurate, I think, in showing that three quarters of the people disagreed with the way the country was going and about 60% of them had had a negative view of the Biden presidency. But that was effectively offset to make the midterms more or less of a draw. It was effectively that by the ability of the Democrats to sell this monstrous fraud that a vote for a Republican was a vote for Trump related violence and chaos, bad character and bigotry towards certain groups. All of which was false

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Lord Conrad Black and Sebastian Don't See the Appeal of the Beach

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Lord Conrad Black and Sebastian Don't See the Appeal of the Beach

"Liked him for a reason. He has depressed me immensely with his latest article, but I have since I read it found out that he is a very sagacious individual because he too does not understand why people go to the beach. What is a point of frying yourself turn yourself into a lobster, getting all salty and frying yourself. It makes no sense and he shares my conviction on that issue. Lord Conrad black, welcome back to America first. Thank you. Glad to be with you. Sebastian. So I don't think I haven't heard many other people share that conviction, but I really don't understand the whole beach thing. Give me give me a forest, give me a mountain any day of the week. Yeah, forests are fine as long as you don't get too many mosquitos. Oh, this is true. This is true. You're that Central European tradition of the forest murmurs. I think there's a bit of the Wagner in you. Oh, I'll take that. I'll take that. All right,

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Why Is Apple Limiting Chinese Protesters' Use of AirDrop?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 1 d ago

Why Is Apple Limiting Chinese Protesters' Use of AirDrop?

"This latest report that Apple prior to the current demonstrations in China restricted their AirDrop file sharing service only inside China to make it harder for protesters to share files? Not surprising at all. Apple has made in China. It's made with slave labor. They depend upon forced labor and slavery. In China in order to make the things that they make and sell them for the price that they sell it at. So Apple, it may be located in America, but like so many companies now, it's not an American company. It's the company that seems to exist to serve China, do whatever it wants, and so however it wants. So while it was disappointing to see them do that, it was one of the least surprising things I've ever seen. Of course, they're going to kowtow to the country that makes possible their massive profits in their manufacturing operation. And the fact that the truly historic events were witnessing on the streets of China are basically it's as if they're not occurring as far as the mainstream media is concerned. Yeah, the media is having a tough time right now because what China is doing is no different than what China did a year or two ago with the initial COVID lockdowns. It's no different than what people like Fauci and a bunch of people in the corrupt corporate media said the U.S. should be doing. Remember, these people said, U.S. should have modeled its COVID response after China. So I think the media is in a real pickle now where they probably in their hearts side with the people who are being burned alive by the communist Chinese. But at the same time, they don't want to go and criticize the same government that they lauded, not all that long ago for doing this exact same thing over COVID. Yeah.

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Bruins improve to record 14-0 at home, beat Avalanche 5-1

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Bruins improve to record 14-0 at home, beat Avalanche 5-1

"David pasternak and Trent Frederick each scored two goals while Linus Olmert stopped 25 shots as Boston beat the Colorado avalanche 5 to one. The victory extends the bruins NHL record home winning streak to start the season to 14 games. Says it's amazing to see the group come together every day to work, you know, and be happy and ready to work for each other. So obviously it's a lot of fun right now. Boston is Jake dubos, scored his 100th career NHL goal while Andrew cogliano had the lone tally for the injury plagued avalanche. I'm Ben Thomas

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 Prince William, like his father, prioritizes the environment

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Prince William, like his father, prioritizes the environment

"Prince William and his wife Catherine kept a three day visit to Boston by meeting with President Biden before attending a gala where the winners of his environmental earth shop prize were announced, arriving to sea of cheers, William and Kate's headed to star studded events at the MGM music hall in Boston alongside celebrities such as David Beckham and Ronnie Malik, paying homage to the late president John F. Kennedy, the Prince of Wales explained how his earth shop prize was inspired by Kennedy's audacious moonshot speech in 1962. That moonshot speech that inspired me to launch the earth shop prize with

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The News Cycle Is Starting to Feel Like an SNL Skit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:06 min | 3 d ago

The News Cycle Is Starting to Feel Like an SNL Skit

"This whole new cycle seemed like an SNL sketch. We were saying the anti gay shooter's father who's done gay porn just for a second. And then also, what do you call it? Who looks like methy Josh Brolin? Yes. Right. Yes. Yes, exactly. Yes. Does he not look and sound exactly like Carl from sling blade? Am I incorrect? I got daddy Joe guy who tell you at least he's not game. I don't care if he likes French fried potatoes with mustard as long as he don't got no sugar in his tank. And then Kanye, who is actually at this point doing the Dave Chappelle character, the blind white supremacist with the white supremacist campaign manager, Nick Fuentes. Yes, Nick, mom's basement Fuentes. Who Trump has met several times, had a two hour dinner with and ends the thing going, I don't know him. Here's the other thing. There was a third person. There was Kanye, Nick Fuentes, and somebody else who was with them, who was equally equally awful. We'll find out later, it was David duke or somebody, but somebody else he doesn't know. Yeah, right, but they specifically haven't named who that person was and as bad as Nick Fuentes is and Kanye West is what as bad as what he's been saying about the Jews lately. Imagine how awful that third person has to be. It's like, this is my friend, mister hilter. Hello. I'm alive. Filter. Single dot mustache under his thing and go like a nice butter and throwing his hand. I feel a sitcom in the future. He's a black guy's best friend and white supremacist. He's a tiny little white supremacist who's Hispanic. He's an old bloated orange circus peanut, and he's the mystery guest of the week. I don't know, don't say my name. Rather than better than hunter.

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Local Washington County Bans Religious-Themed Work Decor for Christmas

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | 3 d ago

Local Washington County Bans Religious-Themed Work Decor for Christmas

"But there is a crazy story out of Seattle Washington king's county there where the county government sent out an edict. They sent out an announcement to all workers regarding Christmas decorations. Now, here at stern's media group, the company I own. We believe in celebrating the reason for the season, as a matter of fact, we have a Christmas tree in our lobby. We have not one, but two nativity scenes. We have all sorts of great decorations, and why is that? Well, because Christmas is about celebrating commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. And we have point set us in just about every nook and cranny of this building. Because, again, we want to celebrate. We invite our Stanford to celebrate to decorate. And we don't tell them what they can or how they can decorate, but that's not the case in King County. Washington. Where county workers have been told that they are not allowed to decorate using religious themed Christmas decorations. So in other words, if you want to decorate your office cubicle, you can not have a cubicle crush. You're not allowed to have that in your office space. As a matter of fact, you're also not allowed to have any sort of cross, you're not allowed to have any sort of nativity scene. If you're Jewish, you're not allowed to have a menorah. All of those on the naughty list, including the star of David. Those are big no nos. Now, if you want to decorate your office cubicle with Black Lives Matter buttons, that's okay. You can actually do that. If you got a gay pride flag or one of those transgender flags, you're able to do that too.

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Ye no longer buying Parler app, Twitter account suspended

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 d ago

Ye no longer buying Parler app, Twitter account suspended

"The rapper Ye has been kicked off of Twitter in a rambling interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday, the rapper Ye formerly known as Kanye West, talked about his recent meeting with Donald Trump, made anti semitic jokes, and said he saw good things about Hitler. His Twitter account was suspended after posting a picture of a swastika merged with a star of David. The platform's new owner, Elon Musk, tweeted that the rapper had again violated our rule against incitement to violence, Ye posted an unflattering picture of Musk in what he called his final tweet. Meanwhile, parler announced that the rapper is no longer buying the conservative social media site back in October, they'd said the acquisition would be completed near the end of this year. Parler was launched in August of 2018, surged in popularity when followers of Donald Trump migrated to the site, it had to be relaunched after it was kicked off of Google Apple and Amazon Web servers in January of 2021 over its ties to the insurrection at the U.S. capitol. I'm Jennifer King

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Day 336 of The Bible in a Year: The Council at Jerusalem

The Bible in a Year

02:33 min | 3 d ago

Day 336 of The Bible in a Year: The Council at Jerusalem

"The acts of the apostles, chapter 15. The council at Jerusalem but some men came down from Judea and were teaching the brethren unless you are circumcised according to the custom of Moses, you can not be saved. And when Paul and Barnabas had no small dissension and debate with them, Paul and Barnabas and some of the others were appointed to go up to Jerusalem to the apostles and the elders about this question. So being sent on their way by the church, they passed through both Phoenicia and samaria, reporting the conversion of the gentiles, and they gave great joy to all the brethren. When they came to Jerusalem, they were welcomed by the church and the apostles and the elders, and they declared all that God had done with them. But some believers who belonged to the party of the pharisees rose up and said, it is necessary to circumcise them, and to charge them to keep the law of Moses. The apostles and the elders were gathered together to consider this matter. And after there had been much debate, Peter rose, and said to them, brethren, you know that in the early days God made choice among you that by my mouth, the gentiles should hear the word of the gospel and believe. And God who knows the heart bore witness to them, giving them the Holy Spirit just as he did to us, and he made no distinction between us and them, but cleansed their hearts by faith. Now therefore why do you make trial of God by putting a yoke upon the neck of the disciples which neither our fathers nor we have been able to bear? But we believe that we shall be saved through the grace of the lord Jesus, just as they will. silence, and they listened to Barnabas and Paul as they related what signs and wonders God had done through them among the gentiles. After they finished speaking, James replied, brethren listened to me. Simeon has related how God first visited the gentiles to take out of them a people for his name. And with this, the words of the prophets agree, as it is written, after this, I will return. And I will rebuild the dwelling of David, which has fallen. I will rebuild its ruins, and I will set it up. That the rest of men may seek the lord, and all the gentiles who are called by my name says the lord, who has made these things known from of old. Therefore, my judgment is that we should not trouble those of the gentiles who turn to God, but should write to them to abstain from the pollution of idols and from unchastity and from what is strangled and from blood. For from early generations, Moses has had in every city those who preach him for he is read every Sabbath in the synagogues. The council's letter to the gentile believers. Then it seemed good to the apostles and the elders, with the whole church. To choose men from among them and send them to Antioch with Paul and Barnabas.

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A Meditation on Matthew 9:27-31 for Friday of the 1st Week of Advent

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

02:18 min | 3 d ago

A Meditation on Matthew 9:27-31 for Friday of the 1st Week of Advent

"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 9 versus 27 through 31. As Jesus went on his way, two blind men followed him shouting. Take pity on a son of David. And when Jesus reached the house, the blind men came up with him, and he said to them, do you believe I can do this? They said, sir? We do. Then he touched their eyes, saying your faith deserves it, so let this be done for you. And their sight returned. Then Jesus sternly warned them, take care that no one learns about this. But when they had gone, they talked about him all over the countryside. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?

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Consequences of Secularism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Consequences of Secularism

"So it goes on to speak about the academics and philosophers. The celebrated anti natalist get the term anti natalist against birth. The celebrated celebrated note that anti natalist philosopher David benatar, wife quoted in the past, argues that the disappearance of humanity would not deprive the universe of anything unique or valuable. Do you understand that this is the inevitable result of secular thinking? My life has been devoted. I've said this all of my career. It's one overwhelming message. The consequences of secularism.

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The Lord Requires Justice and Kindness

Pray the Word with David Platt

01:51 min | 4 d ago

The Lord Requires Justice and Kindness

"Micah, chapter 6 verse 8. He has told you, oh man, what is good? And what does the lord require of you? But to do justice and to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God, whenever we see, God say in his word, here is what the lord requires of you. We should sit up and take special attention. This is God telling us what is good and what is required of us to do justice. God requires this of us to love kindness. God requires this of you and me and to walk humbly with him. I think about Sunday school teacher I had grown up who in the church I grew up in poured into so many kids and students lives. Mister lassie and I have in my office a little plaque that he gave me and so many other kids and students that contains this verse. Micah 6 8 and then a paraphrase that he put alongside it, where he wrote in the practice of justice do what God has declared to be right in the practice of faithful love, love as Christ loved and walking humbly with God, let God lead the way. And for years, I have looked at this verse, Micah 6 8, and that paraphrase from mister lassie and Ben reminded that this is what God requires of me and you today. And so it makes total sense for us to pray exactly what we read here. God help us to do what is good and what you require of us.

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Hey Media, Your Bias Is Showing

The Officer Tatum Show

01:21 min | 4 d ago

Hey Media, Your Bias Is Showing

"Gentlemen, I got a special guest coming on Ken lacourt. We're going to talk about a media censorship, YouTube, not YouTube, specifically, but Twitter. And how they covered up the Hunter Biden story. And people in power and powerful places that are all I can say, I'm just going to leave it at that. Have admitted that they've covered it up. They've admitted that they've covered it up, David admitted that they've done wrong. It's coming out, you know, we got Elon Musk coming out and saying, look, I'm a release, or at least he's teasing at the fact that he may release email correspondence of upper staff trying to suppress the story of Hunter Biden's laptop. And to be honest, I think that it's shameful that they would do something like that because it then shows their explicit bias. And let me just say this real quick before I bring my guest on, it shows their bias. And it's funny how the mainstream media is more concerned about Elon Musk providing or allowing free speech than Jack Dorsey them suppressing information to essentially affect an election.

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"david o" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"david o" Discussed on WTOP

"The movies this week, David O Russell's Amsterdam hits the big screen with a big cast of names at everyone has heard of. Gotta get a white man in a box. Casket. Doesn't even have a top on it. In a pine box of old wood. What do you think's gonna get in trouble? The title doesn't really hint at the premise of the film, which may have some relevance to the news today, otherwise, but does it mean you should go see it? We're joined live on Skype by Washington Post film critic and Hornaday welcome back Anne. Thank you, Sean. So this movie has a pretty strong cast on paper when you see the TV ad you can't get away with all the star power there, but you don't seem to be too impressed with Amsterdam. Tell us. I have really, truly mixed feelings about this movie, Sean, because I'm always somebody who champions filmmaker. Both are broke, you know? I mean, it's always, it's always nice to see directors take risks and try something new. And so I hate to kind of punish people for that. But in this case, David O Russell, who is the writer director, I just, I feel like he doesn't quite make it all work. Like you said, amazing cast, the lead is Christian Bale, John David Washington, Margot Robbie, Robbie Malik, Anya Taylor-Joy, Andrea riseborough, Zoe Saldana. Chris Rock, we just heard it goes on and on. It's just an amazing ensemble that he's assembled. And he's based it on a really interesting which I never knew about true life story about an attempted coup against FDR in the 1930s. And he's used that real-life chapter as a jumping off point to create this really fanciful, almost dream like story. I like the dream like aspects of it. I liked the nods to surrealism. And the way that he does kind of create echoes with today in terms of the temptation to go toward authoritarianism. But at the end of the day, I just think it's so scattered. It's so scattershot. It's almost so inside baseball. It feels like this is very much a work of his own head. And I'm not sure that it ends up really connecting with the audience. So what should we go see instead then? John, that's the $64,000 question. Woman king is still out there and that's a wonderful action movie for action people. I will tell you even film critics go to the movies for fun tonight. I'm going to go see David Bowie documentary. That's it by local theaters. So maybe I'll see some friends there. But yeah, there are things out there to see and there's definitely a lot coming because we're heading into awards season. Can't wait to hear what you have. Brace yourselves. Can't wait to hear what you have to say about the new cape Blanchett movie, too. Oh, I can't wait to talk about it, Sean. That's a fun one. All right, Ann, thanks so much. That's Ann Hornaday. She's Washington Post film critic. Two 14 life is full

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"david o" Discussed on hacker1337

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01:59 min | 4 months ago

"david o" Discussed on hacker1337

"Spirit a number of Don. Yes, just to give you that onto what Alberto said, what we're going to be instructing is not only about our experience in prison, for me it was three times and that wasn't going in and coming out. It was back to back to back. So I thought that at the time the cybercrimes ever committing were going to be just dismissed, et cetera, but it was thrown at me back to back. So the computer fraud and abuse act was one big one. The other two were stay charges, but being an IT for over 20 years. Going from consultant to senior consultant, developer, got really interested into cybersecurity and got ahead of myself. So we don't want anyone to take away from this course that it's okay to do whatever you want. We're going to instruct the ways to mitigate actually completely do not do anything or even think of what we've done. And unfortunately, we did get in trouble, but coming back out of prison was hard. It still is to this day in terms of opportunities and people who will give you that trust, but it's not impossible. And for that, we want to share what we've learned and there'll be a lot more sessions to on spaces for AMAs. And things alike, Alberto goes and I are working on more of the syllabus today and throughout the weekend. So feel free to ask us any questions. The cyber topics can range. We don't know everything, obviously, but are more than happy willing to share what we do know. And to make sure that other people are happy and learning too. So if that's the case, even if one person's happy, I feel that that's a success. But we're hoping for a lot more. So just a little bit from my side. Thank you all for your time. Thank you, everybody.

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"david o" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:33 min | 5 months ago

"david o" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Talk some more about your work in movies. You did the music for I Tonya. That 2017 film that Craig Gillespie made about Tonya Harding, the controversial figure skater. The haters always say, Tanya, tell the truth. There's no such thing as truth. Everyone has their own truth. Now, do you ever feel constricted by the time periods that you have to pick music from? Because although I Tonya takes place in the 80s and the 90s, the soundtracks almost entirely 70s hard rock. Why was that? Well, our tongue was a film that I came in fairly late on and it was a film that had that Craig had cut his film using a lot of sorts of music and the songs are tend to be really expensive, but also nobody wanted to be in that movie. I have to tell you. Nobody so when I walked in the door kind of more as we're hemorrhaging over here and we don't know how to save this film and I was super busy and going, oh my gosh. And I looked at the movie and I thought it was really good. The first thing I realized was that we have to change the narrative about what people think about Tonya Harding. And to do that and to try and flip that around. And so he had already known that he wanted to use a lot of 70s music, which was a little odd because it really doesn't have anything to do with that period that time that Tonya Harding didn't happen in the 70s. But that's informed her, right? Well, you could say that but it really goes down to the power music and film was that when I set to crack, why all the 70s music and there was a lot of homage has already to American hustle. I was like, wow, that was already featured in American household or this or that, which I love. And David O Russell does too, you know, he when you influence other directors, it's amazing. And he was like, well, if there's something really emotional and warm about those rock songs in the 70s. You're in my way.

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"david o" Discussed on BabyDoge Pow Wow

BabyDoge Pow Wow

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"david o" Discussed on BabyDoge Pow Wow

"A nice little donation through our NFTs that I really liked. What are you talking about the floor in the cake? The 400,000 that was given out in donations. Yes, sir. Over one point, was it one point? 1 million now, I think something like that someone worked out the other day. Donates to charity since the perception. And that's an average of a $100,000 a month. Yeah, that's pretty nice. It's nice. That's meant on it. What do they call that? Use use case, isn't that the word they use for that? Use case? Yes, sir. CZ, there's some more of our use case. Sorry, I had to get that off my chest. Yeah, just in case if you're listening, it's easy or anybody from the binance team. I mean, utility speeds in many different ways. And average applicable to one community and other communities it don't matter. As long as there's something given there's a purpose. For our purpose, it is through donations. And support and community with the reflections. Because, you know, we can't really control the market and control the price. And baby nose has been rocking it since the last time we did this. We're at, but it was an 8 zero one 7 four to 8 zeros. One O 9. So we've been moving down a little bit, but at the same time, BTC went from 35, almost 40 K to 31. B and B went from three 76 to three O 7, eth went to 2600 to 2100. And Carl went from 28 to 20 cents, so what the drop that we had with David O's, we really haven't took much damage in my opinion. They all seem to be about the same sort of drops. I.

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"david o" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"david o" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Yes. We have, if we're trading back, we're trading out of the first round. Okay, well, I don't want to trade out of the first round. I think the sweet spot to me to trade back to we've done this before, and we know that if we trade all the way back to 32, like we did last time, we're going to lose key, right? We know, here's the one thing I'd say, hypothetically. How dumb do we think Washington is? Because in theory, this pick could be insanely valuable. I don't think they're going to create that picture. That could be a top ten pick. All right, yeah. Look, I guess we didn't talk about lender bong. I get your concerns with pending red shirting, Linda bomb might come right in and start. He's a skills talk, you don't think he played art. He's two 95. He's a center. All right. He's really undersized to play guard. He's a center. We can look at the edge group. I'm really high on Boeing. From Minnesota. I think he's a good player. I think this is a little bit too early for him. I would say if we're going to go edge, they may see tremendous value in David O jabo potential. He's going to be at the home here because of an injury. Yeah. Right. So it's another red shirt thing in, but I could see them doing it. I'm saying I could see the background. Let's look at the some of the teams in the 20s. I feel like we can manufacture a trade down here. We got to be able to. So we looked at this in nice spot, right? Like what if they have interior line needs? They could be coming up for Linda bomb. They don't have a second round pick though. Okay. So unless we're adding future picks. So why can't we do something like 26 90 and try to stack some of their day three picks together, right? Or someone top 100 picks. I want top 100%. If you get some of those day three picks and you can move those picks back up into the top 100, right? You can take one 27 pair it with one 31 and move back up like the Patriots. I would honestly rather do this at that point. All right, I guess we could compromise if you want to compromise and trade it for a future pick. The way I look at it, I guess the trade back in, right? So you can take one 31 and maybe like one 69 from them or something like that. But this is now this is too much. They're giving up their whole draft to move a 5 spot. Yeah, that's too much. That's not realistic. You know what? Treylon Burks did fall. Do you think what traded with the bucks last time, didn't we?.

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"david o" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

Success, Motivation & Inspiration

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

"One book that you would recommend or audience if you could only recommend one book? I would recommend thinking grow rich by an unfolding pedal. Yeah. I love that book. I absolutely believe in the power of your subconscious thoughts. I think that's huge. And I think you really can manifest what you want in your physical life. As long as you want it bad enough and you put forth all the best efforts to get there, somehow you'll get the outcome that you're looking for. You might not necessarily know all of the steps, but take a look at that first step and just do that. Don't look at the whole staircase, just look at it and step at a time. That's awesome. I think I read that book the first time when I was 13 years old, my mom used to take us to these business 7 hours and stuff and grew up in a real rough household had a great example of a father there, but then we would get to visit my mom she didn't see seminars and I was reading books and stuff. Thank you, girl, rich, is one of the ones that changed it for me too. Just go on. I can determine what my outcome is going to be. My folder at steps and stuff, so the last thing that was for you, that's amazing. Absolutely. Yeah, that's actually required reading for every new hire here. So I was reading that until I already had my major life-changing opportunity for me. But that's required reading here for every new ire. So I read that and I saw the way that the owner here is truly living that. So I said, you know, there's something here, you know? That's awesome. What character traits devalue the most? Yeah, so loyalty, honesty. Hard work. I think those are good old fashioned character traits that never really go out of style. The timeless classics. So, you know, obviously just being in business, being transparent, and I've always found that the more that you can just layer cards on the table, the better the outcome of that business deal, whether it's even just saying, hey, you know what, there is no deal here. It's better to just you never want to be underhanded in business. And my opinion, I've seen guys try to take shortcuts and do this in the ads and it never works out for them and always comes back and bites them some way or another. So I think being honest and transparent is really important, being loyal, someone gives you a shot. They give you an opportunity. I think you should really give that your best efforts. Be prepared to show up even if you're not confident if you feel like maybe you're not quite qualified for that opportunity at the point in time. Be as prepared as you can be showing up with that preparedness. We'll give you the confidence that you need to carry that out. And sometimes you're going to fall on your face, but you know what? Turn that into a lesson. Big fan of failure to say get it out of the way. As quick as possible. Fail upwards. So that's good advice to you. So many people are afraid of failing, but then you get the other folks that say, well, just bail as many times as you can. That advice is not meant to be failed and keep failing at the same thing without making any changes. It's fail and make progress as you're moving forward. Absolutely. Yeah, it's so important. I know you got to get off here and just a couple of minutes, but what's the best way for me to hold you right now? Yeah, so I'm on all the social channels. You can find me on Facebook, it's team David at amado marketing that's M and O stands for Michigan and Ohio. So we're actually based in Detroit, Michigan, back in 76, we started in Michigan and Ohio before becoming a national wholesaler. So just to call back to our origins there. But yeah, team David Emmett marketing on Facebook. You can find me on Instagram as team David mo marketing and how marketing. LinkedIn, David Wright, WMS. And then you can always find us at our website at M and O marketing dot com. I'll drop those links in the bottom of your shoulders as well and you'll have a permanent page on the website. What dot com slash David hyphen, right? And that'll be a page that you'll have forever. They'll have your podcast episode at the bottom and search engine friendly. Your actual written text to your show. Awesome. Well, thank you so much for having me on today..

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"david o" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"You can run for office, serve a term or two, and then recruit somebody else to take your place, you know? And I think our communities would benefit by that kind of attitude instead of having politicians who are in there forever. And so I think having that kind of perspective is also very healthy. Yeah. You know, this is this topic, I think is so important in the context of just in the context of raising a family having kids see you make a difference because you know, we sometimes default to the David own with K quote, the David O McKay did not say he was actually quoting somebody who said it, you know, no other success can compensate for failure in the home, right? Again, David and MK did not say that. He was quoting somebody. Anyways, but I just feel like so much we feel like, well, what that means is I have to be super present. I have to be at every little league game. I have to be every bed night story reading, right? But I think there's power and I experienced this my own experience growing up. And something I'm trying to model for my children that sometimes had dad does have to leave. Her mom does have a committee meeting or whatever that night. And in the moment it feels like but the child's crying and they need me. And yeah, I have been gone a lot. But by the time they get to 1617, 18 and they start to develop a new adult, they remember those moments and then I feel like it'll click and being like, oh, mom was making a difference in the community. I want to be like mom. And it's less of this, well, my mother was never there for me. She loved our community more than me. I think it rarely goes there. Obviously, there's extremes on both sides. But I just really feel like the more we can sometimes step out of our child's life in the moment and make a difference that's gonna have a lasting effect on our children than just being every little league game and every dance recital or whatever it is. Anything to add to that or that's my little soapbox Michelle? I appreciate it. It was good. I totally agree with you. You know, I wanted my kids to learn early on that life doesn't revolve around them, right? For sure, very, very important to me. And they're my priority. But we have lots of responsibilities and where much is given much is required, right? I want to share an example with you that your comment made me think of, I have twins that are juniors in high school and are involved in student government. And the share of the school is redoing their dress.

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"david o" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"Hello welcome in everybody. This is not a normal episode of a podcast. If you didn't catch the last week we decided that we needed a little bit of a break from the podcast game. And maybe from each other. Just to take a little pause We have been doing this thing pretty much every week for three years including the offseason with barely a break and we thought this international sort of pause would be the best opportunity for us to do that. Of course the washington spirit did not slow down on the never ending train of wonderful publicity for us to really get a break But we'll cover all that stuff on next monday night when we come back what. I decided to do what i thought would be. Kind of funny is put the first ever episode of the show into the feed today with as little preview. Because i think most of you were not there from the first episode. Obviously that's that's the case. And if you were. Thank you. Because i've listened to this now twice and boy thanks for sticking around. It was certainly pretty rough there in the beginning. I think this is the twenty eighteen season preview. So if you're really excited to hear our thoughts on david o stead as a as the starter for dc united. Well congrats you get to do that. I don't blame you if you get this week. But we didn't want to have a week with nothing in in the field for you so if you hadn't get a chance to listen to this already maybe there's some value in this mobile. Skip around and hear. Some weird jokes here is on easy level of banter because we basically pick this show up after multiple years of us not guessing together so this was a reintroduction of sorts and it was exactly it sounded like it but anyway check this out. I hope you enjoy it if you don't. I don't blame you it's fine. We'll be back next monday. Eight thirty on twitch as always doing the things we were talking about the spirit talking giving very brief summary of international. Break that you know. I don't care as much about as others. m you know will be back into our normal schedule program. the spirit doing with the spirit or doing Denied sort of trying to run into this playoffs here with ahead full steam. So we've got a lot to cover here still a good. It's a good couple of months here. The weather's going to cool down. It's going to be a lot more fun to be at outfield. A from my perspective. No more sweltering days. Hopefully although this is these easily summer summer two is coming. I think probably in about a week. Anyway i'm babbling. Check this out. I hope you like it if you don't i'll see you on monday. Brighten your bright shining face on twitch and if you want to support the show f- if you've missed us if this week this week Episode here Makes you missed the show..

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"david o" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"John stockton who was the best point guard in the league and probably be in history Yeah i mean he's he's in the top five which lead over him magic johnson. Maybe jason kidd. I'm there other players who rival him guard for Whose e but he has the record for most assists which is the key stat for a point. Yeah and at the time. He was amazing and he was. Also alan iverson he also. He was a caucasian descent and was little used a little nerdy looking. I think you as someone who vaguely resembled him with very dark hair and very light skin. You kind of happy hair. Dark fluff lapierre's identified with him. And you and you liked him in part because you was easier for you to picture yourself in his position so you ended up liking the team. Yes sir Is that accurate very accurate. There's also another element. Which is why i thought the colors were cool. Purple and yellow. I thought cool. Yeah they did for. Yeah and carl malone grade the mailman. Oh man i i loved him all the man. That was his nickname. It yeah no not not. The mailman liked to orion. Just for clarity. Say hornicek jeff hornacek. Who turned out to be a great coach. Let's get back to literally charming daughter. Curious has Why you touch as there. You go did that. Four-minute explanation feis Back to rebecca. I'm born and raised utah. If that's how they say it. Yeah utahns utah. N- uta h an ha. Yes i was raised mormon. Hell no. I'm not anymore and no. My dad did not have multiple wives. Now that that's out of the way i'm not a sports ball person. Not even the chaz. So i was wondering what inspired justin to to that. Well there you go yeah. We covered that sufficiently. I'm a surgical assistant for an oral surgeon. Orel and after being on my feet ten to eleven hours a day. I think david bowie my higher power that i have y'all to listen to on my way home. You make my day with every episode off. Thanks rebecca nice. Thanks for bringing so many smiles laughs into the world. now for the finale. I didn't mean to swallow that. That's a really nice thing. Thank you now for the finale. Would you rather have yes would you rather have. Ibs or a rash that covered your entire body. Great great question. Well sometimes i think i have. Ibs rat. i've had both. I have it it. It really depends on the severity I would say if the rash also came with an h I think that's implied iran. I think rose come with which is okay. Well i would. No i would rather have. Ibs i think. Because i'm i think i'm vain enough that having a rational over my head it's true it would be difficult time through life. You don't have to be that level vein that you would not want arash reverse but you'd rather have. Ibs ibs is difficult. Goes some people with it and i. i wouldn't wanna have it. But who you know that shutouts but i think there are things like worst case scenario. Not near a bathroom in. You know you're not going to be you just make certain well precaution that takes precautions. That's the thing because ibs in a way can be relieved easier than a rash. I would imagine in this case. The rash does your. That's what i'm saying hypothetic. That's what i meant that. It can't be relieved. i would take. Aps yes me too. I guess it depends on where you are in public severe. It is too late because if you're giving a speech on like at least have a diaper that would suck afterward Just thinking about it would suck at woodstock..

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"david o" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"When we're told talking about his business order president network and we're gonna take a deep dive into the important role of the order appraiser and what makes a successful and the different ways to determine replacement value that say a mouthful. Isn't it data work to the show much. Here's absolutely great to have you here now. I've david inaugur just speaking little earlier about the ins and outs of the auto prize and network and it's for us to cover in a relatively short amount of time but first of all david let's say a little bit more bad. Where are you located time for you right here in the point so fantastic and it's obviously summertime they is. It is now being that. You're in the automotive industry do you. Do you have hobbies. It would wanna them because yes obviously. Yeah i spent a lot of time. Going car shows and lot of my friends have collectible cards. We i work on my own personal vehicle and settle the me and all my cures. All how automotive bug in common do you have In particularly and you collection do you just have one. I don't have you know. It's funny as appraiser. I don't have a collection. I i have a lot of clients with cars it. I end up with a lot of friends with the asked me to hold their vehicles so there you know one of my friends getting divorced we stash this car for me. And i'll keep it shirt and registered and you can drive. Different cars porsches. Ferraris exotic cars cars. Yeah i love a love having cars an always had some some really nice cars in our in our office data favorite as far as a favorite. I don't have a favorite har i. I like some obscure hers. These moscow panshir is one of my favorite ours. If i had to have one right now on san i love you know you what we've got a place called. The bird would a museum here where i live and have all of the ears of vehicles and it is an amazing experience when you go to these places and they start off with the wooden wheel type vehicle all the way up to current day and everything in between it's like going through a times and like a time warp do you. I guess my question is how back in the order appraise business. Do you go with the vehicles. We all regular basis. I appraised brass. Eric cars to eighteen ninety. So they're all you know some of their original vehicles that you know from the from the day i remember that stands out the most one of the original portions a big wagon wheel type of vehicle but it was electric back in the day. Those those original cars. That portion was a chapter man and so one of their first cars was actually electric. So when you when you're in the the guy can only imagine some of the exotic you would say guess. What are the some of the most expensive ones that you've seen there. There's been a couple that are just like my dog. just i can't believe my eyes when i see it. So one of them would be one of my clients has what's called a worry. So back in the sixties furry did not produce any convertible cars and the local importer in the united states. Wanted to import believed that they would be easier to sell flory's if they had a convertible and keep in mind back in the day. I didn't have a jewish network or part serves and so one of the first cars. They came out with a car that he wanted import. It was called was was a it was actually a. It's called berlin at convertible so his organization was called the north american race team. So they those early cars. There's ten of them in called mark in a rt. And i got on praise one of those and client one in his other update on the radio basis. And it's probably in the million dollar range that's blow and i sit he thinking to myself. I'm looking at and speaking with an encyclopedia of knowledge as somebody who has started the business in this game. I'd love to. I learn about the genesis of the organization. How did they come back. Was purely on the sesame. I needed to stay employed. And my my. I've always pardon me. The appraisal business engineering background. So i work as a as a as electrical engineer. I worked in nuclear physics and worked on all kinds of accelerator part. Quick slow readers for universities. And my job i had right before doing all appraisal business be were acquired by a company that is headquartered in colorado. And we're in california and They said that they would relocate all the everybody that needed to go out there and i declined the relocation because i'm from california i i do something california. Get another job you get and so basically out on the sesame. They offered me position. I'm helping them. Transform all the price of the californian support and everything to colorado and during that time they financed my office. My internet might cell phones. Everything i needed to run a business except for i wasn't working full time. I help them. Transition everything out where to go on the in that time period i had been doing some some some might form of appraisal or it was and my friends with asked me to do these things for him. I do it and developed a system for sending him photographs and in communicating with them value and conditional this since i had developed that i use the time that my employer with pain for to look into if it was a viable business for me to do appraisals in if i did appraisals if i wanted to do a big how would i how. How can i utilize people and local markets in florida and mean orland san diego and all different people to work together to do these appraisals on a national basis and what legal requirements to do that pitfalls. Try to try to put together some kind of a business model to wear. I mean the people people in those markets. Can you got and i can utilize.

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"david o" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"You've seen the news that there is trouble in cuba. The people have had enough. why now. What's the reason behind this. How important is this will. The government suppress them. How many people will have to die for cuba. To see the freedom they seek. Why did the american media claim that they were screaming vaccines when they were screaming. Freedom what can we do to help political commentator. David grasso is cuban. American deeply affected by the crisis in cuba is also the host of the follow the prophet podcast and the anchor for bold tv. First of all david put into perspective. What's happening in cuba for folks. That aren't cuban-american in may not realize what's going on. So you know this could be best described by my mother's life. My mother will soon be sixty two and she was born a few months. After fidel castro. Came into power. Fidel castro marched into havana in january of nineteen fifty nine and ever since there haven't been elections and fidel castro famously sided with the soviet union. Which was of course the communist superpower at the time and ever since even until today cuba remained a very committed hardline. Hard-nosed communist government and it's one of the few that remain because if anyone paying attention in the past twenty five years or back. When i was in elementary school the berlin wall fell the soviet union collapsed and somehow most communist countries have moved onto freer markets. Maybe not freedom. But at least letting their citizens economically empower themselves cuba is a vestige of the past. The no longer exists and i believe that the people are getting tired of not being able to you know start their own business make their own money and i can talk at length as to the economic changes that have been tried could have largely failed recently. So why now but what. What has caused this outpoint. This isn't a random person this. This is an organized who saw this iran where people just had enough. What what do you think it was a coalescing factors that are causing this..

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"david o" Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on Photography Radio

"We are going to ireland. We're going to nature. We're going to one of the best most insightful and most avakian landscape fine arts tigers. I think you're ever gonna find today. We're talking with david mcgee. David has a resume. That is the stuff of dreams it just in two thousand twenty alone won the silver award. The perez photography prize won the gold award at the moscow international photo awards silver and bronze awards in tokyo. I mean you start going down this list and you think my lord. This is extraordinary stuff. And it's no surprise when you start looking at the images. There is something about david's landscape photography that transcends documentation that transcends light and shadow and and something else leaves off those images that i find personally and inspiring and really really moving. David how are you today. How's life over on the other side of the atlantic is good despite the fact that the world's likely strange for putting their best foot forward and thank you for the invite to be here and looking forward to it. Well this is going to be a lot of fun david. A lot of us really cut our teeth on landscape photography and either on purpose or by accident simply because it doesn't move very fast you walk outside and the tree is going to be there for a while but landscape photography like so. Many things is much more difficult than we. I imagine to tell me what drew you to landscape. Photography as subject person is the very simple answer a numb time ago. I'm fifty eight as love. Sleek i started might autistic endeavors in ireland as a painter and i didn't quite work out. Didn't quite go to plan. And i drifted over to scotland to study graphic design per se at the best school bar but on day one day one i went on a weekend course trip with with the quote. Thomas joshua cooper who is renowned fine artists landscape. And i've got to say. I was just fascinated by his whole demeanor on his whole outlook on photography in the landscape as an art form. Now i've to say prior to that. I was one of the people that rarely see photography as an art form. So excuse me for that. I was going down this purest thing man and actually have garcia. He instilled a niche. That's an interesting progression that when you were doing painting what kind of painting were you. Doing was sort of realistic was an impressionistic. Was it still searching researching on. I was upset. I studied painting. Car ahead intended to stay on doing now. But i feel right scott. You know mission. I think when you're young irrespective of what your jury is difficult to find the path and could be convinced. The wrong when i went to glasgow and thomas. He was incredibly passionate. Couldn't be gifted at what he did. And i just had a feeling for. This was something in it. His based on nature. My whole life was based on Prior to that in ireland fishing is a massive passion of mine. Being buying the see was is where i grew. Up as a family we spend every weekend by the fishing cetera et cetera et cetera. Won't island a kind of made sense so it a knighted a fire in me that i can be honest. Cited at ideas bent thanking into then spent thirty years photographing learning inser fashion. So i never went on any other. Courses are i never. I never really involved myself with other token for working in landscape or otherwise. I i kinda went on my own journey to cross But it was very personal journey. I wasn't ever convinced that. I would out the work as it were really because it fulfilled desires for me. Just get get involved in this. It was the whole adventure being in the landscape and four graphically working in the landscape at just made me incredibly happy and then take that further and brought to the dark ruin create pictures and move along and they all ended up in boxes for many many years. You know boxes of boxes. I ever eat brain. It was a strange one. Because i had this thing about were fading and having my own work in in my own. Hold so interested in boxes behind on time. David this is a remarkable story. In and i should tell everyone because you and i were talking a little bit before we hit the record button here you talk about fishing everyday. Everyone two things you need to know number one. David holds the irish record for a pike northern pike caught on a flyer out at thirty three and a third pounds. Which you know anything about fly rods and you know anything about. Pike is a absolutely remarkable record. And i'm jealous on that one but even more importantly david has a website. And you need to be going there throughout this interview if you can. It's david mcgee. Photography dot com. There are a handful of other david. Mcgee's in the world. So make sure you have. David mcgee photography as the website. It is an elegant well-produced and from mendaciously inspiring website. I wanna go back one step though. Because i see a process developing here you went from sort of an abstract painting too graphic design which is sort of a formal. I mean it may not be former list but it is nonetheless highly. Intentional design work. Tell me how your training and design influence your photography not not only composition the field but your understanding of printing and that kind of context too. I think because because of my age has got to be honest. I consider myself lucky to have been in the era when we were dealing with film and chemicals and all of that stuff. I said i went to art college. Long before the internet was invented or thought so long before digital cameras and all that sort of thing so i personally think that was a great advantage because manifested the way of thinking which was running survey slow because it has to be so when i was at a gospel scooter bar whether raising the dark or whether i was on a design desk presentative slow process because everything is done by hand so any ideas concepts of whatever you're doing with pencil and paper everything in the dark drew you're doing with.

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"david o" Discussed on Emendo

Emendo

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on Emendo

"Hello everyone. In Japan Neha nominal song, konichiwa I'm David Brom. The CEO of mental Biotherapeutics, we are very happy to become a part of Avengers and just group for us at the men, do as a company that developed its own science and beliefs in and great job, and bringing cures, finding a reliable, and trustworthy partner is a key element and we have found that with the antis off and more than that with Madison. And we look forward for the the collaboration. Hi. Precision is essential for therapeutic Gene editing and the Mandos plant platforms to new Clause optimizations that eliminates off targets and and allow manipulation only at the sites of interest and therefore provide safe and effective. Generic medicines. In addition to that the high priests, our high Precision capabilities, allow us to track meets single alleles, in addition, to bllack Gene editing by doing that, we open the window for treating more than a hundred additional diseases with Gene editing. So beyond being important for safety reasons, and then does high-precision capabilities birth. Was to perform a little specific editing. This actually opens the opens up the option to treat many on otherwise untrue diseases by by Gene editing such as such as dominant negative. Negative diseases. So on top of page performing b, l a big change in editing, which the market market potential of is estimated as eighty billion dollars only in the US Iraq. Had to that, a little specific editing capabilities. You, you get a market potential of additional, a hundred billion dollars and down to is practically pie in the Pioneer in addressing this, this, this vast vast diseases. So yep. Vision, our vision, the lines with answers Division and and fruits. First of all, and above all is to bring cures to as many people when that many diseases and bar as possible combining the, the scientific capabilities of both companies and juices and Achieve therapy, gene therapy world. And the Mendoza, gene-editing space does exactly that. And I believe that together we can become a global gene therapy, Gene editing company and Achieve exactly that. Your mother son, Gumball, thank you..

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"david o" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on Good For You

"Him. Imagine why she backed out of that genius idea. But i do often fantasize about handicapping people obsessed with and keeping them in my home like on a mantle. I should have known that no one told me. But we're going to your age. How about that. We'll do a sequel right now. We can take one sure where when you go back to boston. Thanks for now. They want me to speak at your lab. Be honest if you guys can afford fee. I'll make we sign up if you want to sign up to get this test. Are you doing with a couple of people. in hollywood. Some of these these riffraff that you hit somebody's losers. Hang out with hollywood. Are you gonna do with them too. yes i won't say they are But they're at the top of the sign up list already over like getting tesla. You got know you well you know. We're testing eventually millions of people but we we want to have people are really into this. Sign up now for the the early version. So we've placed a sign up all right. I'm in thank you. Yeah what needs losing her. Mind over there do want it. Can i say the place to sign up. Is that gas please everything. oh so. we've we've set up a place where people can sign up to get this test when when it's done okay. Okay let go website now okay. It's there forever dot net no. It's called duck. Saint clair dot com with spelling. Dr the work. Do c. t. e. r. clear that com. Yeah i end these very awkwardly. 'cause there's no way to really do justice to being able to hear you talk this long so i'm just going to let it literally and figuratively speak for itself. Do you have a good time. Yes you mad about.

"david o" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on Good For You

"Talk about that. I was a photo photo. Miss out the dick pic. It was for science. So what do you do to stay young on a daily basis. Well if there's one thing. I would say made a big impact to eat less and less often. Yes so not. Starvation not talking malnutrition him but we don't need to eat three meals a day with snacks. In between this old idea of you shouldn't be hungry. In that stresses the body. That's a bunch of bs right. Science says that way we evolved to be hungry part of the time and that turns on our buddies defenses against disease and aging. So i i barely ever eaten a breakfast in my life I do eat lunches occasionally but try to avoid them. And i have a pretty decent dinner and i think it's a great way to live in some of the misinformation that we've gotten is eat little snacks a day to keep your metabolism going. If you don't eat enough your metabolism's going to slow down as that. We've all just been lied to. Yes no really a. And we've studied this in my lab knows have done this to when you restrict your calories. Metabolism actually speeds up allah. Yeah there were a little battery packs you've heard of mighty andrea you read my book. You know what they are you get more of those it when hungry and they speed up And so. I feel more energetic than i ever have and i actually if i start to eight again if i if i had three meals a day i couldn't think straight i've done it a few times i had actually. I went out with my son. And i had. This was a chicken fried chicken burger and for three days. I felt sick. It got stuck in digestion. So i don't wanna go back to that. I love the feeling of just being fit. And i don't feel hungry. That's misconception. People go all you know. Don't miss breakfast lunch. I'm gonna be thinking about food. It's true for the first two weeks. You have this addiction to put stuff in your mouth once over almost it is scarcity complex for me like growing up..

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"david o" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"david o" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Whose celebrity gossip mysteries to solve this afternoon. Let's do this first one to do it. This a list director Slash sexual molester, Not name. Woody Allen is getting some attention this week for a script Cherie Wright he did on a movie years ago. One thing that isn't mentioned is he did so because the A plus list actress who starred in the movie and got an Oscar nomination for it wanted him to since they were sleeping together at the time. He wanted to make her happy. Oh, so this was a rewrite that happened at the time. Yeah, we're just learning about it now, and I will say give you a hand. The original screenwriter is talking about how upsetting that was to her. Oh, okay. Is the director is like, Yeah. Could you re write this? Because I'm sleeping with the actress? Well, actually, the actress was sleeping with the director and she was like to the director Will. Can you rewrite this? Because I want you to make us better for me. Okay. A plus list. Oh, no. This isn't like a Steven Spielberg. Is it? Okay? Well, you know, there are rumors about him is true. According to anti lawyer This is true. No, let's focus on the A plus list Actress that will make it easier. OK. Meryl Streep? No Ah! How? Like what age range. Are we talking with this A plus list actress? She's on the young side. When this was happening, she would've been in her twenties. She might be 30 at this post. This is relatively Is this, Um Kristen Stewart. No, is it She's 30. She's kind of stepped away from the spotlight in the past couple of years, she let J law Oh, I just keep coming up in these really creepy, awkward situations. Okay. So who was the director? I don't know. My director's very well I don't either. That's okay. I'll just tell it to you. It's David O Russell. Okay, I would've ever we would have, I would have never for the movie Joy. S O. If you Google the movie Joy and David O Russell, you will find some stories from the original screenwriter of Joy, saying how upset she was at the fact that David O Russell Went in and did rewrites on the movie. Annie Manolo David O Russell. Rewriting Joy script was heartbreaking and tremendously scary. Yeah, that's good. I can I just tell you like, if you Google David O Russell And check the picture is one of the first pictures that pops up. Is David O. Russell with his arm around. Harvey Weinstein Hmm. Which is just double super gross. Yeah. I want to know why this was scary. I'm not sure why It was scary. I think from what little I read. I didn't I read the report of the report. But that woman who is Kristen Wig screenwriting partner. Oh, she does also say, um That's interesting. So in this will have to read into this later. I apologize to the audience who doesn't have the background. But in this article, she says, at one point, I don't even know what I'm allowed to say. So that belies some Some level of ickiness? Yes. Oh, from the report of the report from that woman who wrote the original screenplay for joy. What I can say is that she had no say. In the script. Joy being re written by David O. Russell, and that it was really just heartbreaking for her because there was nothing that she could do about it, and that Judd Apatow al, who she had worked with explained to her. Yeah, there are people who are in positions of power in Hollywood who can do what they want. You could do nothing about it Interesting. And then she ended up on Lee on Lee getting a story by credit in that movie, by the way that David O Russell also involved in other projects like Silver linings playbook also produced by Hmm. Harvey Weinstein. Yeah, yeah, And that's in starring Jennifer Lawrence. Yeah. Wolf American Hustle. Also, I'm assuming that's where I mean they obviously met. Onset. Yeah, right. Yeah. Oh, not blinded by Barry. Well, this one isn't any more or less growth. Yeah, it's still gross. Sorry. It's blind items. They're not gonna be happy. Thank.

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"david o" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"david o" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"David john tully voices batman and bruce wayne in batman so the dragon i recently spoke to the former grim star about voicing the dark knight doing good being on many roundtables. And even some phone calls with you grim. So it's right now he know. Yeah yeah great. that you're in this man I loved your take on batman. I really did. I thought it was cool. Thank you so much by batman to me kind of has a little bit of an edge on this very subtle but it's there Was that something that you were directed to or that kind of leap out a little bit at you on when you read the script. Oh i mean. I did everything. Directors won't be do. I think that Batman has an inch In my view anyway. I think he is the guy who is extremely unsettled for and Damage and angry. There's obvious then. Get any witnesses cell. He got charming roost. Wait to be extremely charming. Talk secret and and we all know it is and Now should certainly be on the page again. We're doing what's your really your warming without any actors you under stress. But you're not doing this when you're not next month so i relied on west recent and sam lou to kind of drag me and you're right on on And you're bruce wayne was cool too because he looked a little unfinished and in particular with richard dragon. It was kind of like he's. He's trying to balance between batman. Bruce wayne and he hasn't hasn't gotten it down yet me when i was on. He's not quite getting my Sort of nascent. Oh no snare. Batman we now It was really fun. Visit bruce. i'm life. I mean really young man with now talk. Yeah we get to see him before this on. Stop thing he asks. These hours are universally fears. And you see him getting the It was really really on the plane. I knew i love the diversity of the cash and you really bring back these seventies heroes and and and set it in that time period What was really cool. It was the seventies vibe of the peace and everything seventy more. Did you get a sense of that when you were recording to kind of stay in that zone question. You know who's written you know nara. I'm from a movie But you don't know natalie amount which years plans that until you get into sound and to creative directors now s guy me a lot of lines very if you wanna do themselves and sometimes it is. Sometimes we didn't name. Were very very smart and adamy humor. You're in there and seen the movie now finally They were soon right. You know they haven't you wanna madman. Dr bruce very dr versus now Humor from the other martin's yes you know. It's that's one thing that was pointed out to me was the fact that after the sixty six batman when this batman came out this was where he starts to really make that turn towards was a little bit and kind of leave the not the funny things aside and if your performance you know bear that out so that was cold really see. I never even thought together. I'm name do you. Have you see my entire houses. Even africa's new lane on new town that's right and so now we are nearly nine hundred and it is so hot. Learn everything now. A lot of people have play batman and have voiced him. When you went into you know record you kind of have to push them aside and say this is mine and go into it and not let him get into your head. A little bit honestly. You're telling me now. I didn't know anybody tell you know i had. No you know. I m batman i. I kind of knew where this is. Just how dark agenda. So i had that in my head i know. True options are kind of I didn't want her mind brian. I really was given some License with directors and Allowed to do what i did and then see my working rim. Yeah and they kind of might not that you're doing to dark inside nuclear conflict with yet and row slain have similar passed a real not more own and you have to kind of the reluctance chiro who who's in the room He sure did both of them have definitely it was really cool to To see and what was interesting was his relationship would would richard dragon and how he figured out who he was and how he could tell that he wasn't there yet as to balancing it off a little bit but kind of book you gotta you gotta be that guy we need that guy right now so Talking about that relationship. I thought i should good moments between the two of them in the great. I mean you pretty you pretty much now and there was some you know what i mean. Yeah you was sort of your student will cool relationship. It's time to pick them up really which call list to see. All the grim alumni doing colt things russell had a show of one million little things for you and now batman and of course elizabeth lane. You're both playing into dc universe which is cool It really shows the level of talent that was on that show. Yeah we were very fortunate. All of us were Yearly.

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