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"david partner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"david partner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Food for thought Billy Costa here right before the break. We had my power Jose Duarte on the phone. Sadly, he just announced his restaurant Toronto in the north End was shutting its doors. Yet another victim of this crazy pandemic, hitting the hospitality, the restaurant industry really hard, But again, he's got a lot of other ventures and not going to talk to my old friend Richard Brackett. He's on the phone now, Richard before the break. I said You were some place in Vermont. Are you actually mean Billy? Somewhere over man Western Maine mountain the middle of nowhere on a vacation. I hope Yeah, and boy, do you need a vacation? You can fill in the blanks, Richard, but I'm going to offer up a very quick chronology. When I met you. You were working. Bancroft. I loved that restaurant. You are one of the most gracious best hosts in a restaurant I had ever met. Ah. Then you partnered up with one of your buddies and you open the place. And it is Waltham. The federal right? Okay, So I'm right so far, so the federal is going fine and that you and your partner and again What's your partner's name? I forget David. David. Alphonse. So you and David partner up on Ah, another place in Wall. Sam. Stash. Fiona, did I get it right? You certainly did so badly. So you rebuilds Dassey ony because it was an existing restaurant. Really large place to s O. You rebuild it and you open the doors, and minutes later, the pandemic arrives. And so then they start easing restrictions. You get to open the doors that Stasio Nay, things seemed to be going as good as Khun B. Expected and then there's a fire. I saw you on the news. If they're one can't make what happened. It's done, Cioni. I had a statue on a so we reopened, you re open to the public On July, 7th brought the staff back and almost in its entirety. Everybody high, you know, in the background, leading for waiting for us to get the opportunity to reopen. God blessed them, And then we finally got there and three weeks later when they argue it's fifth. We had a fire in In the wall in the kitchen behind the lines. You never wantto fire in the wall in the kitchen behind the lines, so that just doesn't sound like a good thing. I had involved removing all the equipment in a hurry. If you know what I mean. And then had to literally cut open the wild peal of stainless steel back to put the fire out. God and I know this space and I know how great you guys are. So what you do, and with outdoor dining, you had a lot of outdoor dining space, so things must have been going, okay. Right things where things were going Well, yeah. So we were just starting to hit stride, You know are the original opening was march 12. So he lasted four days on DH. Then reopen July 5th and really started to get some traction. We haven't got a roof checked that overlooks the Charles River. It's pretty spectacular space. The first floor there's a bank of windows that open to the street and a roll windows beside them. That opened two are our entrance way. So while it was indoor dining, we kept it all wide open. And you were really more dining alfresco than you were inside. And you had a function facility too, didn't you? Yeah, well, business got credible in cold now. Repurposed car dieting or do you need this vacation? Richard Uh, Billy, it's been ah, to say of struggle is really kind of an under arrest. So what is the status of Stasio need, boy? That sounded good, Didn't you status of stuff? Still, What is the status now, Richard? We are. We're shut down right now. With the insurance company. They're they're still going through it all tires not suspicious it with natural car. Accidental fire. Fire department already ruled on that so Now it's a matter of lining up contractors and trying to put the thing back together again sometime in the future, Doing a grand re opening. Wow. Do you have any kind of a guesstimate, Geeta and when? Where we're at least two months right now, from the day we get to start the scene has still not been released. So we haven't been able to do anything. I haven't even been able a mop the floors at this point, but I anticipate In the next 72 hours. Getting a relief from insurance. Teo get started on that. What an amazing story. I knew the pandemic hit shortly after you open, but I didn't think for four days. And I knew it was going to be a pop up. Billy Eyewitness spent any of the money because it is a beautiful place s o. But I think the good news is you still have the federal We still have the federal and federal is going strong Federal was, if there is a space that's conducive to the current environment. That is one because we already have the outdoor seating with a hard move over it. We had a hardscape service down below that we've added a tent to and then we've got all this green space when we had just invaded in the dining room itself is now this full petitions between all the boots that are on the inside and high top tables up against the bar. So As close to a our dining experiences you can get. Yeah, and it's going. It's going well, you there? We had not. It's already we haven't you know, Well over a year, when when this all happened, So we had an audience there and they thank God been incredibly loyal. I went to the grand opening of your place. Another beautiful space for you guys. All right, So I've got to take a break, but I want you to hang on. I know. Aren't you like in a truck stop or something in Maine? A zip things weren't going badly enough. I'm gonna take I want to talk more about the federal and the inside and the menu in the hospitality and everything else. We're going to take a break. It's food for thought. We'll be right back with Richard right after the break for more.

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

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:52 min | 9 months ago

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

"Over. I think it was pretty influenced by Office. Space the movie. John and I had existential dilemma in crisis at the age of twenty two. I was like this is what people do every day. You type of keyboard do some stupid shit and you make some phone calls you get yelled at and you got your desk and you go home. You're so tired and you pray to God. You don't have to go to work the next day. It's like this the horrible existence in college. I learned about this thing called negative. Which is what the early Catholic theologians would think about and meditate on to get closer to what God is because you can't know what God is because he's ineffable omniscient but if you say God's not this microphone God's Not Computer God's not this Cup of water if you did that all the time you get a little bit closer. That's a pretty easy logic that I would have liked to my life so I'm going to start to do all these things that I'm not supposed to do almost like George Costanza and it's going to give me a little bit closer to maybe what I WANNA do the for a year or so. I did all kinds of job everything that I thought I could try to do for like two or three days and then I quit and I was like you know what I think. Cooking is for me but I don't know I know that working in this desk is not for me to French. Colonies to and we're you immediately. Great in cooking school like are there prodigies. There are people that are more gifted at cooking another like any other field. I would say I've met a couple of people that are real geniuses in cooking. But they didn't go to cooking school. But for the most part you have to become great and some people have higher altitude being great and that might be how you move into kitchen your knife skills your precision and all of these things but for the most part when I started cooking. I was one of the students anyone's ever seen okay. I'm fucking spouse. I only know one way of getting anything done. And that's throwing everything I have to a problem. That doesn't always work so well with a partner right and truth be told my first partner level ones. So they're six levels in Brooklyn School. She refused to be my partner on level two. So she told the the chefs. If I have to be David Partner I'M GONNA quit school and they suddenly David's partner so she quit school rugby. My whole wow. That's a strong vote of. Yeah just to give you an idea of what what a mess. I was as a human like I really was just fucking mass. And so what was the turning point? You went to work for craft at some point in the middle of this. Yeah I mean that's another thing. I just started work for John. George Osborne cooking school and I just started pouring myself into the profession and I was like. I'm just GONNA do everything. I'm GonNa do everything I never used to do. I'm GonNa pour myself into this study and just became infatuated with all aspects of cooking and like a year later in the day off. 'cause I was answering phones at craft before it opened up on my two days off from working at Mercer Kitchen I was like this. Is The restaurant that I wanna be at and maybe I like this because it's not that I love it. I can't imagine doing anything else right now. I just poured myself into it and craft was like winning the Lotto for me because the team there was that Thompson assembled was like broiled class and they wouldn't even accept me as free labor. They were like you know what we don't need you. Thanks Brian very much. You you suck and You know we need a reservation so I was like you know what I just sense. The greatness there so I would do whatever I needed to do to get my feet indoor. If I have to answer phones I'll do that. I did that for few months while still finishing up cooking school until I could actually work for free. Yeah that's how it all happen. So many people took me under their wings and I learned so much.

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"david partner" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

08:53 min | 9 months ago

"david partner" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"We're already buying Honey by the jumbo pretty much from our GEICO always needs to get a fifty five gallon drum hunting. The man with even cooler when you get four of them in the time which dresses a lot of hunting period But you know always be user super interesting And then The American honey council reached out to us how yes sir. Proportion of every pound of honey salty United States are a little bit of that goes to their trade organization which goes to promote the use of honey and products. And you know with Danube's being having own issues like we are right now. I don't want to do what we could to help. Support Them So we already buying experience in front of me know hopefully from good sourcing We spend a certain amount of time and effort Working with brokers Trying to get an necessarily local honey but regional honey from people actually do care about the people who throw on the back of the trucks drive around California to Just pollinate almond crop That's I don't really like supporting see. I didn't even know how a thing had no idea. It's crazy oh yeah bill. Cosby's are a great pollinator They'll put a bunch of heisman. The back of a truck and they'll drive it out to field that need pollinating like as a big thing in California Then release the bees. The bees go around and they do their thing on the plant and they hopefully come back before they pick up the heisman driving somewhere else okay now. They're insects not Vegan. I eat meat. I wear weather But no so. Don't necessarily want their despite honey from those people who are destructive exploiting them much rather buy from our you know here. We have a very robust through proxy very robust At cultural the whole to we can you know get honey from people who care about the bees and similar way I care about Abbie's as well so this is really far really far? Afield where we get. Most of our honey from is from the Michigan. Which is you know five hours away from us. Okay so a really far afield question but you sounds like you might be a guy who would know have they figured out what causes colony collapse in NBC's. Because I hear that's the big thing from what I call. It was much bigger thing a few years ago. what are called the interaction between a Mike Like a parasite and the pesticides that they're using. But I'm not an entomologist and I don't actually know but that was the last thing I read Whereas the interaction to Basically there to threats which together with much more deadly than each each into threats alone But basically pesticides have been been bad as it was not straight monoculture fascinated by this kind of stuff. And I I'll read up on bees and beekeeping and that I'm like man. I'd love to have a hive. You know I'd love to have the apiary the apiary right and like backyard chickens. You know having a couple of chickens the peck around the yard. I live in a Hoa in my community. So none of that stuff they will let me have chickens are bees in the backyard. So it's disappointing. I want to dock a goat. Some chickens in some Bees Anna party parrot and a Party. Parrot absolute absolute. That's it yeah you know but Honey I it's We've got a good deal of meat in Georgia now. We do so now John. Before opening up your own burry you work for some other. Big Breweries air one year with goose island for wild correct correct. I think Brian had Brian another question. You dug up here. Were you involved with King? Henry there at go silent. Was that your your baby Is Not my baby Involved with the teams working on it But you know one of the things I learned. Accu is you don't take personal credit for any beers Okay everything is a group effort. I think that was really important. You know it's the young that was really important for me to learn I think the important thing I tried to teach that to my people here like we don't have beer beer beer sir. David partners near as we have off-color Beers when are bringing staff thrones. Sing it it is. It's not clear beer. 'cause everyone's working together There live ego in this industry and just generally avoid that as best we can. We were around when we were putting Kenny. Hi Rain Barrels. And there's a fun story where Adam Averick Who's a local guy here? He started a new distributor Maybe five six months ago Kind of holding the shelter book here in Chicago. But he's been around for for a very long time in Chicago. You haven't just be touring Gazon for whatever reason that day as you're putting it into barrel and you know we put it into the old Bourbon County rare barrels. Which are the twenty-three-year-old Happy Barrels? I from accounting for two years on some of these girls already. Twenty five years old Putting beer back into them for the second time and then of course very leaky beer. You know putting beer in very sensible reporting in. And there's not a ton of it and it just spitting out all seems because these are our is liquid tight. We had already pressurise him to get a county rare. Now we're trying to refill bump Walks by he looks at all the beer spitting out takes little class at under grabs on the beer. Coming finally barrel tries. Think pretty good but I think it needs more time in the barrel a very funny joke which did not lend very well that day and how it does Nice right now. Absolutely the reason I had that written down I'd seen you mentioned that it at one point in in the research and I made I made my trip down to The Puerto Beer Bar because I heard that they had. It may be the last place town that had it. I got the very last bottle. They had sat there mid week at lunch. Basically drinking a bottle of King Henry and I shared it with Think bartender shared it with somebody else there. Because it's a pig. Beer is a great beer. I kept the bottle. I still have it on my shelf. It was quite a quite a thing so I just thought I'd let you know that because Appreciated even though it's not specifically your beer you were involved in it. I really appreciate that. Was that was a good beer tasting John. Something you mentioned earlier you were talking about. You had these two beers at on their own that they're not individually that gray but you blend them together in a good beer and I think I had heard that about Bourbon County before to that. It's brewed to go into barrels and get treatment and that but it's not that good on its own is that is that correct absolutely. It's pretty flaccid. One Note It's really just designed for bill aging which was who was thinking about it the closer it gets to release. At least when I was working there there would dry with some co and call it night. Stalker how I was just kind of boring when she wants to hop away Such as the most interesting thing that it's designed with the idea that it's going to be aged. Okay makes sense brew it it comes. It comes out well so. I guess you listen to the beer. Guy's radio show. We need to take another break. But we'll be back soon to talk more with John from off color brewing. Brian and Tim the bear guys. 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"david partner" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

10:07 min | 10 months ago

"david partner" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"I think it's good. The the team is amazing. They've fawning wholeheartedly. Donald duck the cows and supervise and they the things that have been said to them for by doctors where they in dropping off things to hospitals and doctors You know amazed at what they can. You know how they can help their own safety. And there are Help by using these by implementing these things that Same as made and I just it's it's amazing. We have to stand on stage and the rights and make a decision in you know ten attempt second and you know something wrong with the car. We can't just. Oh well we'll just go and fix it very very very fast. If we fix it at all we have to come up with different ways and Maine to do this thing and I think this is translated into what we do we've done. It took five days to get the prototype out stuff to call and became the hospital and it is considered a sitting back in complaining about the you know about salary you know how and the money you know in the sport hot guys along with and now we've got other things helping especially Cool Dr Blanche out there doing all the logistic now. It's now become a super type thing not just in Arab things and to say much sport the one that I love Band together and all team rival rivalry go out the window and we their job. And you know all the same especially and Ron Story from Tennessee and Rolling back. And you know it's just amazing to see them all coming to since I what can we do? How can we help you know? Could all of them and you know it's now become a super kind of thing and Campbell Lino from supervises involved now You know we should be proud of sports and what You know all these things together. It's not a bad just wanting doing and it's about doing it and doing it for a reason to you know to heat. The dolphins and the remarkable thing is that there's no question about you boys wouldn't having to do They are lifting themselves up to to take on a new challenge in do something that they've never done before. I mean it's quite extraordinary so prices to be involved in that you're looking at the looking at the Tacoma N- whether these ten rises twenty whatever it is going to happen over the next months and obviously we still probably six or eight weeks away really from something is definitely going to be known. What would your preference be? I mean You know they've been mooted. Talk about no No fans at the track. You know putting on a Vince. No no fans that when we spoke at the Grand Prix I. I'm pretty certain that you did against that sort of idea because the sports about the fans exactly right and I did. I wanted to get it at the Grand Prix but after several weeks of rating. What's out there? I'm I don't know if I would change my mind about it but I probably doing it. Someplace like Winston smaller places. I can understand doing one. That has not been ED and has banned. It wouldn't feel as lonely or is it. We really are you know thrives on the on the fan and you know you really ask insane the fence and you can't entertain them. It's been interesting. The Rugby League seemed to be able to play in front of the stadiums and the victorians would say well they do that every weekend but when we saw rules in the MC with no fans that was quite stock and it did feel hello. It didn't feel like the event that even when you're gonNA have field him. Cj is yeah. I know but We're lucky if we wanted to. We could just focus on the backing of the you know into a crowd may think that I it very hard because I want to get back out there. The drive is wanting to get back out there. You know the sport needs to continue. We have to keep that in in people and I'm being selfish when I probably say that I'd like to see the fans there but ultimately it is the board and the commission's choice of what we do and I'll go along with that. It's going to be interesting when the a series get started because with the graphics is a lot of people. I can imagine that a casual of sport who sits down season series. Rice could be could be almost fooled into possibly passing as a real rice laugh. I walked quickly past the television. My husband was watching unless it. What's your bet? I honestly I was watching a. I'm blind at the time but The only problem is the day. Rental is not ninety gaming skill. Let's just put it. This way. He caught he called black black flag from the practice session because he ended up dying backward. Monsour it's it's an interesting situation but it does allow your mobile boo boards to get on television. That's GonNa that's GonNa be important because when we see how you know how the other sports have been. But it's not harsh to say crippled by what's happened. He's an opportunity. Where your sponsors again get some extra value and Almost tempted to say betty. We could really use a owners rice. Couldn't we because it's not gonNA cost very nine-week would not because I'd I'd play games at all? I knew I'd I'd go anywhere near them. I would. I'd have to put in a proxy. I think well my husband in order to forty nets on well. That's what you're doing anyway with the Series I'm saying series of. Oh I've already had mentioned to me. Give me give me any other thing but something that I have to do on a computer or a game and I'll be fine. I'm J- I just WanNa go knew that that would be my head but I would put my husband not sports now combine or the team ownership stakes now. So it doesn't sound like he'd be trying to drive anyone off the road. I wouldn't I wouldn't make no I would just be standing there. Screaming in here is that what do I do? Not Going Anyway No I would be a psychic driver in on in an eighth theory. Have you ever wanted to get into your car or have you ever gotten into your car? And I've done for one vote last week so Now I wouldn't say you know I'm not a I'm not a little thing like that even rental them you know you'd have to put in a double sake the man then. I'd be looking worn on That they think. Where's the automatic? You know my I like to be the common for guys out. I'm not I'm not a great one. Sorry the you've made an interesting choices. She running we'll brown obviously Did a great job with Anton last year. Now you've you've moved him across to David's partner and brought in Brady and crying and I've got to know brody a bit in the last couple of years and He was a wonderful pick up your team. We have a great deal of time and respect and using to say that he's actually been doing the setups and over as cows elite series. I know it's a it's a little quirky but I suppose that's he's and he's good at it and I I must admit and I'm going to be honest with you. I I watch if I woke us. I'm not really interested in if it doesn't go boom boom naturally. I don't WanNa know about it. Well I think they probably have something in common that we've is like people a lot. Yeah I do. I have a lot of respect to the drivers who can do this. Well because I know it's not just like sitting in the car and driving. There's a lot of skills required to have it in the right spot at the right time and rights and everything else I just think that because I wasn't in the garage doesn't really. It's not really a rightful me. Well I'm sure the boys will fly the flag will for Erebus and I was burying charge and Alistair Mirka that you're gonNA have a chain. That's not a hell of a lot more before they hang up heads for the year We look forward to when they get back on track out. It was not a ninety nine acre. I'm sure that you enjoy some rising again in the not too distant future though and I would love to dive back right when everyone healthy and the strategy vine the virus has gone for holiday. Thought well thank you for joining US inside. Say because we look forward to seeing you attract me by in the near future. Thank you very much inside. Supercars is produced by thunder media shooting next time for more or locking the podcast. Under Roger or mobile device search inside supercars the views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network Thunder Media Sport Radio any publication or broadcast of the show without the express written permission of thunder. Media is strictly prohibited..

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"david partner" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

13:04 min | 11 months ago

"david partner" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Welcome back to Carol nights I'm Michael Lewis coming up we'll talk Amazon will talk Astros but before that we'll talk to Frank shire about Starbucks and its first store closure related to the coronavirus Frank yes so this is breaking news we didn't know anything about this earlier earlier in the day Starbucks this is a store right in downtown Seattle very heart of downtown Seattle first in university location that's right next to the Seattle art museum what's called the Sam gallery right and they sent out a letter tonight I mean literally it it's been maybe the we got became aware this maybe a half an hour ago they had a partner who came down with who tested positive for covert nineteen so that person was sent home obviously went home Starbucks has says they've deep clean the store overnight they're doing it following the guidelines of public health and they say they're gonna re open the store this is this is very interesting because I went no although I think there was no indication that they were gonna wait very long but they they say they're going to open it with with people a staff partners as they call them who have no known impact from covert nineteen so assumedly the people that are in the staffing at have were not around the partner who was working if that that would make some sense of our show yeah yeah yeah so probably what they're saying by that with that very carefully couched language is that they're going to be bringing other people are I mean perhaps people who were never in that store because my guess is that what they would have to do is not just limited to obviously that one person who is infected with the virus right but anyone who came in contact with anyone who came in contact with the store right as well so my guess is that they're moving in what is it what's what's the term David partners partners partners believe it works there yes moving in partners from other stores well actually should put the question to to David as well is this a concern you know we at each store it's now a requirement that we have a thirty minute timer every thirty minutes we wash our hands were wiping down every single counter at least once every eight minutes so we're taking it feels at least from the like individual store that we're taking the necessary precautions or at least we're taking the only process that we can really take the time and so we likely our store has has not had anyone even the show any sort of cold symptoms or anything like that and so we feel fairly safe in our store especially since we're pretty disconnected from the actual customer expecting I was gonna ask you mean you're in and usually good situations right there right there right at the strictly drive to store correct right exactly and there's a little walk up window but yeah the the only interaction we have with customers is the giving of their drink were not out mingling with them in any in any sick we're not sharing a space with them so that's that's I think a good thing but think about this for a second David stay on here you okay we're talking first in university okay thanks so that I don't know how what stores would be a lot more popular that that right really so it wasn't even in town probably hundreds if not that well I would think thousands of customers a day I would assume yeah yeah and then on top of that you have in any given shift especially in a location like that what you're gonna have at least three probably five or six people on shift at that big of a store likely more like seven people okay and they're gonna come and go to sell their shift cross over so yeah I'm working noon to four but then the guy that that's going to close the store comes in at three right right you have that too so we're talking a lot of people that are have to be tested and then and and then good luck on figuring out the you know the how many people have been close to and it's not just that it's we've also got suppliers were coming and all who are delivering coffee and milk or Arian in products every day you've got I mean if you've got that now and then this is why this is what we talk about when we talk about viral math all the people came in here who came in the store who potentially exposed I mean that could be likely whether staffers got it from a sure customer and then you get past all the people they could contact the people they come in contact and that's why when you see numbers that a relatively small percentage of the population that the people who do the the to do the math on this say well the problem is that that we're not at any point where we feel like we're getting a handle on it we're not can't test another fast enough right but we don't know how quickly it's moving and how easily it's moving from person to person but because now that we're testing we're getting these unusually we're getting a lot of numbers back but we're still nowhere near knowing how pervasive it isn't to add to this whole idea if you're wondering well how many Starbucks stores are there in Seattle is a hundred and thirty three he looked it up yeah and Las Vegas has a hundred twenty five I mean these are definitely those sort of gathering places that king county is a little bit worried about what people are mingling hanging out handing over cash handing over you know like exchanges sometimes well actually may service not cashing warm and it's always a at base store the card or card based but none the less I mean this has to be in in the good news about Starbucks those it appears and I think David could could baby expand on this it appears that Starbucks pretty quickly jumped on the idea of having its employees like follow a really specific coronavirus protocol correct yeah basically I mean there is there and they have now sort of employee to several different devices and that being like signs and different things in the stores that are keeping it front of mind for partners at all times that you need to wash your hands that you need to keep sanitizing and and keep sanitary and or or no longer accepting personal cups or not filling people's cut to we're trying to reduce the amount of times that we are making actual physical contact with the customers and I think that's I mean I'm assuming for every partner every store that that is being sorted drilled into them by their shift supervisors on the bright side and I if there is a bright side right is likely given the the general you know hiring look GM of this of the Starbucks family it's likely that person is a relatively young and unlikely that that person has underlying health issues so yeah the biggest concern though is Hey Starbucks is a public place people go to meet Starbucks is a place of people go sit and use their wifi right right absolutely specially the strike out yes so huge potential for this just spreading out from there well into to pivot to the next right we're gonna talk about which is Amazon the this is so there have been stories about Amazon is sending home a lot of its downtown employees some of whom go to go to the various coffee shops yeah in downtown but the group of people who are not being sent home as rapidly are the fulfillment center people and that's what their next story is about is Amazon and fulfillment centers in it according to a study actually some reporting done by vice in California between twenty eleven the year of the first fulfillment center opening in California and twenty seventeen the turnover rate in the five counties with Amazon warehouses leapt from thirty eight percent to one hundred percent now I don't know if you own a business or working a business if you're listening to us but a hundred percent turnover sounds to me an unsustainable unsustainable but listen according to report another words more warehouse workers departed from their jobs each years in counties with an Amazon presence than the total number of warehouse jobs so the way they're figuring this out as they don't actually have Amazon employment data they looked at the warehouse employment data which you can sample out through the census and local and local governments and it went after Amazon added in it becomes very easy to sort of tease out well all right how many warehouse jobs we had won a fulfillment center came in and this is and what they're finding is that the the the jobs of the phone centers and I don't know if this if this tracks in the same way to the big phone center for example and can't but listen to this yeah this is from the report's authors what emerges is a troubling picture of Amazon's business model one of which the company views its workers is somewhat disposable and designs its operations to foster high turnover the particularly high rate of turnover Amazon workers as compared to the rate for similar workers in other words similar warehouse workers suggest that Amazon's presence has a unique impact by comparison the overall turnover rate for warehouse workers in California this twenty percent lower than they are counties without women's aren't warehouses at eighty three percent but then we get to this for example in riverside county a sprawling Amazon logistics hub that serves southern California which is home to six Amazon fulfillment centers warehouse workers left their job twenty eight thousand times in other words they quit twenty eight thousand six hundred eighty five times in twenty seventeen that number is exceedingly I given that riverside county only had twenty six thousand warehouse jobs that year in other words Amazon workers quit at a rate higher than the overall rate of warehouse jobs in the county the report arrives during the surge of quarter that like there's a lot of Amazon locations that they're trying to unionize we've done so we've talked about many stories about the fulfillment centers and and this is essentially the price of people wanting products delivered you know in an hour or in two hours or something like that that the that the rate the work rate in Amazon centers can be enormously high come in so the report the report goes on so Amazon repeatedly advertises its commitment to treating warehouse workers with dignity so I was on a satellite announcement is done a lot of the they raised nationally raise the rate of full time workers to fifteen dollars an hour with benefits and that is absolutely true but that was a member that was a little bit under pressure from a guy who's actually currently running for running for office and Bernie Sanders but Amazon actually seems to what seems to be doing according to this report is it seems to prefer actually prefer higher turnover rates offered more help well as workers between two thousand and five thousand dollars to walk out the door after a few years service with the copy out but they can never work for the E. commerce giant again and this is the quote let me this is from Irene Thomas what she's one of the report's authors she said quote most companies try to reduce reduce their turnover but when we started to look into this we we were like that's not really what happens on this trying to do they've made a decision to have an extreme pace of work and so they need a stream of new workers over very short period of time Amazon has figured out that that's how they can write maintain ultra high productivity metrics is if they keep the pressure on and we've you've heard the stories about people in in bottles and Amazon is Rick repeatedly denied that this is actually the case that people are not happy to do that although it seems like some of the reporting at least in some instances appears to be accurate in that regard now you can also make the counter like well how many fifteen dollar an hour warehouse jobs were in many of these places before Amazon arrived and did they have any sort of applicants will absolutely not I mean they are putting jobs in places that may lack them in fact I would imagine that that the cancer fulfillment center while it's currently does have openings if you look on Amazon's website it definitely has no shortage of applicants the report and so what's happening now is in recent months former and current Amazon warehouse worker as in Chicago in New York City in Sacramento in Minnesota in the Inland Empire the inland empire's where a lot of this reporting to place the Inland Empire is the area it's a riverside county area to the east of Los Angeles where a lot of big big warehouse warehouse based companies exist many workers in these places a protest working conditions most recently Amazon warehouse workers in California cal it in California that Inland Empire area disrupted a conference with the vice president workplace safety was speaking to tell to to to let everyone know like Hey wait a minute you folks are not treating us in a manner that we expect to be treated now I understand that Amazon is is in the process of trying to it says in according to its own release based on a in response to this report that it is working to improve warehouse conditions it is doing a lot in a variety of places to improve the level of like the the the response time rather to allow for a more humane response time workers have told stories in this is gone on for you read a probably all the reports on this but workers have talked about you know the the how many packages you need to move in an hour.

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"david partner" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"david partner" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"All right thanks again linked to. Let's get back to this amazing episode. All right the low key legend. He's back on the POD. George Jackie you're not gonNA hear about him like Pounding his chest beating some drum on twitter. He just puts his head down and works and the work speaks for itself. Why are hard? Why is it harder to triple the big funds? And then what does that say about the state of affairs and slugging valley today where these funds are getting genus wire? Lp's if they know it's hard and impossible to triple the billion two billion. Why are they doing it? So what's going on almost all funds that have a three x return have at least one company that is fun. Returner said returns the entire fund. Yeah returns at least half the fund and they have a significant amount of companies that return a quarter of the fund. So when you dig a fund construction you're buying typically twenty percent of a company. That's your capitalist. Would you take that number? Roughly plus or minus five percent right. So let's pick twenty if you own twenty percent of a company in order to return a five hundred million dollar fund. You need to have five times that in terms of the value of the company which means five times. Five hundred is two point. Five billion deal so unique company and remember this dilution from rioting employs how future rounds. She may get diluted by half. Yeah that's the Ma uses if you if you start off with twenty percent and you're gonNA wind up with ten percent by the time there's an IPO so ten percent IPO means a five billion dollar company returns and there aren't that many five billion dollars but he's let's be honest no there so that's why this game is so hard if you do big funds which leads me to my next question and that's why there's eleven percent of the top Cortel got it Krista. Three actor that fund means you have to have a fifteen billion dollar exit with how many of them are the. Are there dropbox shopper. Fi Uber is lift passed. I Dunno lift kind around that slacks kind of round the zoom zoom. Yes certainly airbnb certainly will be in the thirty forty fifty or something so yeah. It's really hard to do. Yes you have to get really lucky or you. Just keep the fun size smaller or you keep this up. Which is where Fred Wilson does with him. Is that your strategy at Charles River. Yeah we've are fun. Size has been four to six hundred million dollars. And how many partners in the F- typically we just up the amount of people we have to sixteen up from six over the last four years so everybody has on the old guy here. Yeah which is saying something see Ya. When do you do? What do you think the sweet spot is of for a venture capitalist who do their best work because there's some combination of swinging for the fences but also having wisdom but then it can work against you like the David Partner who refused to let you invest in Google and laid on the tracks and blocked Google? Which we got enough that name. I gotTa go find him. I think I think it's thirty to fifty years old thirty to fifty explain. Why is this the sweet spot? What does it? Where does the combination of whatever it is? Experience Wisdom risk-taking Hunger Personal Net Worth. What are the factors that make that the sweet spot for fund managers for Consumer Internet? The older you get the lesson touch. You are with the need of consumers. If you're doing really well adventure. You have so much money that you are not really paying attention to what consumers need because you can basically get whatever you need through money through money so get disconnected from reality disconnected from not reality but from the reality of most of the streets. You get your reality. You're in a different bubble where you on multiple homes. You have a jet. You don't know what it's like to be at South West in line at starbucks and Lancaster got your starbucks. Yeah so you know a you know. I've heard this from not from a friend of ours. That's the CO founder of Ebay but from another venture investor who pass on Ebay and. He told me well. We didn't invest because one person in our firm blocked it the most senior person there firm and their comment was who buy stuff that from flea markets. There's no margin stuff at flea markets right and by the way that's like it's like seventy percent of people in the world are buying you stuff at flea markets. Because they don't have enough money and they want to get a deal. Yeah so you so from their perspective it was. I'm superwealthy probably I'm reading into this part right. I'm superwealthy I don't go to flea. Markets Y Y. You know there's no charge. Stop Glenn Shirt when you could buy a new one. Yeah there's no there's no connection to that so that's on consumer Internet and boomer every venture capital firm. She get a boomer and when they're doing a deal they should just look over as a group and say Okay boomer. What do you think of this? And then if they fight it they should increase the amount they invest and if they say we should totally do it they should say you know what we're GonNa pass what you invest personally. Yes just get an okay boomer for like the end of the table like some Chroma Jr. Who's got it like? Why would people take video of themselves in Sharon on snap crackle and pop? What do you call it? Snap getting okay boomer. So it's actually. This is the reason why you should absolutely have younger people in a partnership because they're more sensitive towards the consumer market. Yeah but you need to encourage them to speak up and not penalize them even though it seems like a stupid idea right. Nobody because the more senior partners who might have a track record they might say oh. That's right yeah while younger people might think. Oh my God I've got this venture job I could potentially have a bigger venture job. Do I want to take the risk of saying this political capital? They don't WANNA lose that politically or apple at the table. And if you fight for something in a world where we seventy or eighty percent are basically Zeros. One X. Equals Zero. So if some if the default case is eighty percent lose fighting for something is fighting for something with an eighty percent chance of zero. Yes so it goes against all logic to fight for something with the majority. It's so much easier to be cynical. Me Like Yeah. I think that's GONNA fail. The some was dunking on a company that fell on twitter. And they got barbecued because it was like hey dip shit everything fouls so for you to say you pass on it and give yourself credit for a pass. That's like that's like making about like I bet you. This person does not hit. That doesn't hit a grand slam right now. It's like yeah. Yeah that was a common activity with venture people still tears. I think which is oh. Did you pass on that? Yeah I passed on that. So there's kind of a cross reference of like. Oh I feel good because I can. You told me you pass on this and I can say I pass them at okay. You know. I feel good because another smart person said that they passed on passed on. It should be getting credit for saying Yes to something that most people don't understand right isn't that isn't a skill. Yeah the key thing is not the thing you passed on. The the key is what you did right where you placed the bet. Yeah one of my mentors in the business. The person actually who told who basically blocked the Google. Wow told me it doesn't make a difference what you're passing on. He says it only takes one company to make your career. And if you don't have that you're over it really is what it's about people's view of me changed dramatically after the investment. There were just like here. You WanNa book deal here you can. We be alpay's okay. So Yeah You. You're a genius and it starts to become a positive feedback cycle. That is right. It does because then better companies come to you and say you're the guy who did UBER. Okay and you're the guy who did twitter in fact let's go to odio. Yeah and it can be a negative feedback cycle. If you've got a bunch in companies that are not doing well what happens to the usual investor is there's a just a meltdown of. I'm not good at this. I'm not sure I typically yeah. It's like Oh my God this is doing. Well what do I do like I gotTa Talk to the founder? Like what can I do to fix it like? Yeah like a massive amount of anxiety and if you have five of those things occurring at the same time you out creeps. End The doubt creeps in. You can't talk to new companies like you're spending all your time worrying about these company. It kills a lot of people's careers and the thing that leads to beats. Yeah and the thing that leads to it. A lot of young people are inexperienced people entering the business. They apply this bad rule of probability they think oh one out of ten companies will be a huge hit. Well probability isn't equally distributed to everyone right. This is what I try to explain people when I'm like. Let's pick a roulette table. Tell me which one has the most reds. Because we're betting black and that one has eight reds. I'm like it makes no difference like their instances of there are documented instances of like fifty reds in a row. Like if you look up in the Guinness Book World Record. Where people actually look. Here's a here's an actual run a fifty in a row. So if you're trying to do the mangled system whatever and w bats like probability can be really brutal on people I had. I've had that happen in my career. We get those bad beats. You got three companies dying at once. That is really not fun. Been there. I've been there. Yeah not just the DOT COM bust though other dams. Yeah what have you fighting horrible? That sounds fun. It's not fun. How do you fight through it? What do you tell yourself through it so doing this for twenty five years? So it gets easier. Yeah it's like. Yeah it's like frontline warfare so like okay. People are going to die. You know positions gonNA get battered. It's going to happen but remember. I've done well enough that I don't worry that I'm not GonNa have a house right worried that I don't have money for my wife and kids right. That takes the edge off. That takes a huge edge off right. You just have to look at it and be like listen. This is not the risk of ruin. We're talking about this is a fun that underperforms or yeah. I can't sit here and say l. like Super Brave Bromwich better than all these other people right right. I'm I'm in a position of good fortune right so but you know I would also say that I took more risks than the average person in the business..

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"david partner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"david partner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everybody thanks for hanging out with this on Friday yeah we we did at me job and covers media for the surge Muniz during this tiny ideal hi how are you too we are excellent so last I chatted with you we were trying we're half heartedly trying to make plans to get together in LA but damn that's a big town so many places to go I really don't feel like you tried Lauren I understand completely I know it's so you talk to an order writer when you were out there did you what did you guys talk about given great we talked about her new mini series coming out but we also talked about her time in Minnesota yeah and you to you know she was she lived here not only when she was a kid but also in the early nineties when she was dating David partner so she was very open about that time both the good and bad yeah we'll have the story of writing next month oh okay are eight and then I'm getting some echo here we are hearing that and go what the hell are you driving to the Lowry tunnel it it's always good to hear me in stereo a little distracted okay so Neil is there anything home you know that you're excited about that's coming no no that the embers month of January's finally over removed defend your AAA I mean on that you're like pumped up about well be but Winona Ryder mini series the plot against America looks really good its space shuttle bus Burke David Simon who did the wire and bunch of other great series wrote it and it's about Charles Lindbergh another Minnesotan and imagining what would happen if he had become president news the deals with them by anti semitism and lots of other issues that looks great is that favors that's coming to March okay murder Martin and this upcoming Hulu documentary on Hillary Clinton that that's quite good she was part of the TV critics press toward which was really there's a mini series and the women's movement Albert Cate Blanchett call Mrs America that looks terrific did you get a chance to see an episode of the Neil they did make it available yet it it a couple months away but we saw some clubs had a chance to interview Cate Blanchett black think that's going to be terrific one thing I I have watched that's coming out in a couple weeks on apple TV is a terrific docu series on the history of gay and transsexuals on television called the visible I believe okay and it is really good it just chalk full of of great stories about a television has upper trade people of different sexual orientation over the years it it's it's terrific for advocates but also people would just love television yeah really really good okay have you had a chance to watch that show that to be sent her a Harlan Coben novels started yesterday Netflix the stranger I have not you have not are you going to is that on your list of things to watch do I need to see it I don't know down he says I would say yes yeah okay well done he says yes then I'll tell you need well the what are some of the things that you have watched in the past month in this dreary January that you would recommend people check out right now well bojack horseman just dropped its final episode I've got a a column running on Sunday about that shows legacy I didn't quite and on the right note for me but I think it's a terrific series and if you never started it this is a good time to start it really I think the animated cell of the decade and really one of the best shows of the decade I love that I I dug the the new season of Sorel yes I love L. bowl and it's not quite is a ground breaking is the first season but it's still darn good did you end up like in the morning show we were so excited when Jen Aniston won the Screen Actors Guild awards because they just said she was we finally saw her like really act again yeah it's a good role for her it's a good well for everybody yeah it you know it's a soap yeah it is it is still to go it's pretty good it's something more than that but I I didn't get pretty captivating and it just shows you what happens when you put big stars an assault you can have a lot of fun with it thank god said so what is real I mean and you know well see like he was having fun in the truck was Billy crap and mark Duplass yeah they just said they were excellent so so great yeah everybody's good from top to bottom that Steve Carell very good as well it's just of people are having fun at people who want to make more out of it it it did a statement about the me to move man yeah of morning television I don't know I don't know okay no I don't think he's watched any of his own now no problem taking a T. S. is sneak peek at your favorite network the CW to see the spin off of Riverdale Katy Keene yeah I was disappointed that at no yeah well I was expecting more music and an expected the music to be better it's not it's nuts if it's a pretty slight tail and luck I'm not a fan of Riverdale died it it it it's kind of a another band that sex in the city a little younger demographic it's total fantasy with you now I think Chelsea gets a record contract within twenty four hours of being in New York all I'm sorry I love this show you might I mean the patch and the the fashion is terrific yeah it looks great it just wasn't as much fun as I said I thought it would be although it because we're gonna have to go in a second but they've been promoting the heck out of this on CBS the Edie Falco drama is that called Tommy at Tommy yeah it's a pretty typical CBS procedural but it's a little bit better than normal because you've got eighty Falco yeah and she is that she's very good as that but the price a little surprise you doing it yeah the characters out of challenging I think is nurse Jackie or.

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"david partner" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

15:05 min | 1 year ago

"david partner" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"The recent news lowered earnings guidance but also announced an accelerated repurchase plan when I saw that as good news than bad but the market seems to disagree. Can you help make sense of the situation again in the short term the mark. It's a fifty fifty in any given year. It's it's basically naming day really. It's a fifty fifty bed and what the stock goes up or down and I think Some of starbucks conversation that conference call and maybe with their earnings performance maybe spook some short-term investors and again most trading today in the stock over short period time is done by algorithms these days frankly long-term though we still like starbucks very much mustache they are buying back. Stock increase dividend fourteen percent continue to grow their comparable store sales by five percent. That might slow down a little bit or maybe globally globally a little bit slower but overall it continues to be one of the leading brands out there and one of our High conviction companies. Our next question comes from Tim. I I maxed out my vanguard Roth. IRA early January two thousand eighteen and then in the middle of the year. I sold my Amazon position in my normal brokerage account which increased my gross income to more than one hundred hadn't thirty five thousand dollars. I need some clarification on the Roth. IRA rules specifically one. Option was to pay the six percent penalty on the excess contribution for two thousand eighteen and rolled-over to two thousand nineteen does the six percent apply only to the five thousand five hundred that was initially contributed or does it also need to include the capital gains made from the excess contribution. Right so tim has encountered something. That actually happens rather frequently so for the Roth. IRA their income limitations. And once you earn too much you can no longer contribute to the roth not so so for the Roth. 401K there are no income limitations. And I am saying this because I talked to some fools today with their income limitation the 401K. None with the IRA. But so. Tim Glad he put the money in thinking. I'm going to be under that limit. Then something happened. He sold his stock. Some people might get a raise. Mike married might get a bonus. Something else happens that drives up their income. They're like oh no. I contributed to a roth and I wasn't allowed to if you fix that. Before you file your taxes. The following year including extensions you'll be okay and fixing that means either a just taking the money out or be just re characterizing it as a traditional you'll be fine now. He's in a different situation because he's is beyond that deadline For any money it's called an ex You pay an excise tax of six percent on money you put it in an IRA. That you weren't supposed was to be able to do that and you pay it every year. So it's something you WanNa fix as soon as possible. What he is doing is saying okay? I wasn't allowed to do it in two thousand eighteen. I'm GONNA say instead. I did it in two thousand. Nineteen he's going to have to pay that six percent tax on the contribution and on any earnings but then he's good to go as long as in two thousand nine thousand nine. He really is allowed to contribute to the Roth but really my bottom line piece of advice when anyone in this situation is called the IRA provider because they handle this all the time. They know exactly how to fix it. And they're very generally very good at laying out your options and telling you what to do to get worked out. All right. Next question comes from Greg. I own shares of Pepsi Garden. Health Pepsi see his paid steady dividends and has seen capital appreciation garden. Health is only yielding capital gains. Assuming that I am not reinvesting dividends and Pepsi but taking the cash. How can I determine the total gains in Pepsi in order to perform an apples to apples comparison with a stock like garden health and further? Is there a way to see this. Atypical online brokerage report Greg so I own Pepsi. Myself and Redo reinvested dividends so I the way that I compare those performance apples and apples for dividends reinvested. Simple way is I use. I use your finance to look at the cost adjusted price. If you're that assumes that you're GonNa Reinvest dividends and then you can compare the two of a certain time period but if he's not investing in dividend taking that that in cash I guess the best way to probably think about that is the amount you have invested and the gains. You've seen over over Pepsi over time period over the Guardian regarding health as well too and then adding back the dividends you. Actually you've actually gotten on those those shares that you have have the add those two up you should see the gains over time so if you say it over say three year period you add in with the dividends. You've got back onto your Pepsi. Shares as as if you just kept them as like a return of capital not necessarily just reinvested. The beauty of the reinvesting dividends is the returns compound. And you wouldn't see that if you take the dividends in cash. Yeah how do you check your portfolio. Like how do you use to track your performance. Oh almost all my so I have. We were talking about Brooklyn very complex known not not really. I've I've kind of do but most is my brokerage my brokerage account to to track the return of the overall portfolio As is much as I do across the three different brokerages that have investment accounts into what I don't do is necessarily tie them all together into one. Sophisticated gated excel spreadsheet on our friend groups. Does that and I need to do that. Better by like to look at the accounts. More individually basis like my daughter's account by four one K. or my IRA's arrays and then my individual tax accounts. Our next question comes from David. Hello I was looking at match group. Which is the company that gives you match DOT com? Tom For all our single people out there. I hope or justice flexible I noticed their short interest is at fifty fifty five percent is that to be considered bullish or bearish or should I not even worry about it. Since I am by definition an investor not a traitor and it for three to five years. Just like your marriage which just kidding all right maybe maybe sorry so bad. Let's say I was a traitor. Would've fifty five percent float be good or bad. Yeah depending on whether I was going to short it myself or by long now apologies to David's partner. David I added that interesting question to think about looking at the short ratio so just from definition perspective. This is comparing the number of shares that are sold short of a stock. which is betting that at the stock will go down comparing against either the the number of shares outstanding or the flow which is the shares? That are really available for treaty any given period and then so that's a a baseline and try to determine how active the short activity is against any given the stock so something like match dot COM at fifty five percents presenter match group at fifty five percent is exceptionally high. Very high Typically if anything for me gets above five or ten percent then I start saying oh. There's a lot of activity that is short against this. Now it also depends on how much the float is. Because some companies chairs that are controlled by insiders and they don't trade very much since there's no not a whole lot of trading activity if the shares are sold short you might see this very high short ratio. Why this is kind of interesting is for what they call short-squeezes so this is when a stock Does well and given time period and say the stock goes up in a shorter amount have earnings. Their earnings are really good. And there's a lot of buying activity if you are or if people are short that stock and they have to return the shares that they've borrowed and now there's a scramble to try to get those shares that they have to borrow so they can return. Turn them back to the people they borrowed them for the after out and they have to buy those shares back more and more buying activity starts to run the price up. So you'll see stocks that have very high short ratios if the stock gets a lot of momentum against him in one day the stock really start to drive higher. We saw a lot and restoration hardware. That has a lot of high short ratios but because they buy backlogged a lot of stock the stock performs. Well you see the stocks. Prices really started jump up so it does add a little bit more to the volatility of the stock but it also just gives gives me a sense of how much activity out there from people who are bearish on the company. How much activities out there that I might have to Be fighting against. I guess if I was buying the stock so it's something I pay attention to but not necessarily to drive decision. They want to buy or sell the stock. All right and our last question comes from that. I've been working at the same private company for about seven years and I'm getting the feeling that they are considering selling the company going public if they do go public I worry how that will affect myself and the rest of the employees. Is this something I should worry about. What kinds of things should I be on the lookout for or or come to expect while Mas- interesting question I guess? First thing is I would ask the shares of the stock into the company. That's very interesting. If you do from from a liquidity event that that personally kind of involves you certainly going. Public is much different than getting acquired by another company. Or if you're going if you're going private I guess or or if your company going private If if it is going public In through an IPO or direct listing. That does really add. Add these different layers of complexity to the way the companies operate. We see us all the time. Companies go from private to public and they have a lot of strategy now on them it does I think. Change the way that people apple Behave inside the company. I worked at a publicly traded company and working at the mall over so long in a private firm before that so I don't have personal experience from that but I just know talking into other investors and two other executives at companies that it does change the behavior into that is something for you to consider whether you want to work at a public company or whether you really WanNa WanNa work in a private company personally for yourself. There does if you do own stock into the company. There is a lot of consequences for those shares will be available of you and for your personal finance situation. That's something to consider as well just to make clear immediately possible that owns shares in a company. That's not public. We here at the Motley fool do that so I mean it could be good for you financially. It's quiet or it goes public may not. But they're certainly the the the increased scrutiny and I would be nervous about any sort of change change in the culture especially if you're acquired Could be good could be acquired by a company that provides even better benefits and better healthcare or something like that. That's where amber required by public company or Bryant by a private company. All those kinds of situations matter so I think it is important for you to consider the kind of company whether you want to work out. I personally like working working at a private company right now at the moment right now not going public anytime soon. It is interesting. How lately private companies going public in different ways right like drug listings rather than so? There are a number of different variables these days when you're pump company does go public and it's really it's it's more a lot of these companies are becoming public or seeking making An option for liquidity for for their shareholders or for the up sorry for their employees shareholders and their employees a lot of times because they they're they have employees have been there for years. Ears named those employees may need liquidity for for the company in those employees. The only way to do that is by either going public or may be selling to another company that the company pays the money directly for the shares. And when you go public and you're basically selling your shares in the company gets an influx of cash right and and so that would be one of my big questions Russians for the management like what are if we're going public. What are we going to do with all this excess cat? That's right and that's always a great question that we ask Bro. And we try to determine when a company goes through a public filing versus the directly which is a little bit different because they direct listen. They don't get the money. The money is not..

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"david partner" Discussed on WWL

WWL

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"david partner" Discussed on WWL

"Was to time. Crazy. I don't know. So David, when you hear and we let us come at the story do to you resonate within you because you do a lot of this work, and it's not easy work, and it's constant you have to raise money to keep the doors open. You have to have vision. So as you hear her story, and I know this is not the first time, you, you heard it, what resonates with you. You know, I think that command the story when she says that she felt hopeless and she just feels on wanted and unloved, and that she was your were that she used was product. I see that in society of so many like I would say a hundred percent of the people that walk in, they forget, that they're created by God that every person is that no one is an accident in no one is unwanted by him. So even though command the. In what, what we would say is. I situation where her father is her grandfather and her mother. Right. That we'd say, well, that's horrible. And God would say I put command there. Because she was created by him. And that even her own son. God, still put him there, and that now command the has purpose and she's walked through that eight days. And she no longer will go back to the person that she was, and that she's got future potential, and that she's going to be able to speak to someone else who's at that eighth day. Who's at the lowest place of where we would see her many would see are on the street and be like, what is wrong with her, and you'd be like, okay? But if you know command that, you know what she's been through. You'd say, okay, you understand why she's there bit, you also now see command today and say okay, this woman's going to change lives, and she's able to share that story for someone else. That's on the street. So that's why we want command the to come to the mission and others like her to say, there's hope there's a future. And that's, that's what gives me the. The vision because it's not about the buildings. It's not about the facility in Hammond or lacomb. It's about people. And then when people give to the mission, they're giving to help Kamanda that's the purpose. So how did you find out about the mission? Always knew about the missile this crazy. But the things I heard about the missing time was awful. And. The rules. And but it's nothing like that this nothing like that. What I found that the mission was love, and it's so much up there. You can feel it when you walk through the doors. How found out about the mission? Like I say, I always know about it. And I just allow myself to take the first step to go into the mission because I needed it. I've needed help, David joined by David partner. He's the executive director of the New Orleans mission and Kamanda who's a women's program. Precip participant is also sharing her story, and you're also partnering with the youth build talk about that. So we youth build his actually agreed to help us to build our last and final cottage on the north shore. So Warren Davey Davey shoring, actually and an automotive group actually, gave us the funds to finish it, but we couldn't get the labor at the, the with the amount of funds that we raised so one of our, our Tim Jones who helps run the Lynn haven. He actually found the youth build and they sent. I don't know how many men young men that are eighteen in. Older. They're actually doing the work on this cottage, like sheet rock flooring, the putting in the tour le'ts, helping with the electrical, and they're doing all that work for these women for free. Their blessing these ladies and they're learning to turn their lives around. So they're actually learning skill. And they're putting that seal to work for the first time building a cottage that, you know, twelve women are gonna walk through transforming their lives. So it's kind of a beautiful testimony of would God's doing in two different organizations, partnering together to help women in the future. So. Yeah. Command, the woods, are you a future plans are do you plan? Or do you just be open? Where are you at this stage? I know the words that I know the plans that I have for you declares to laud pass the prosper you and that's a home. You give few, too and hope today, I have hope to the I have a future, what I don't know my plants, but I am a women vessel, because I realized that my plans have messed meal. But many years so today, I just I'm just willing, I'm willing, I know what it's gonna look like. But I'm willing. Well, and also the mission is also hoping to help house, women and children. Yes. So when is that place, you know, just kinda like command that we have a vision for that where we're working with the New Orleans metropolitan association of realtors to help us to build a building there in the city that will be for women when they get their kids back to transition. So that's just that's probably in the next two years, a project. That's on the table that we're working with some architects on what that building will look like. And where we're going to put it actually have a conference. Call today for that. So that'll be a future interview shore. Yes, thank you for keeping us. Updated on the plans that is more than a New Orleans mission is a New Orleans vision. Always moving forward. Any final thoughts command? I think you'd like to say to someone who may be starting day one of their eight days. In fact, is anyone out there? That's listening. There was hope..

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"david partner" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

13:27 min | 1 year ago

"david partner" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Back in October, that something big was coming and I, I was thinking about a change. You know, I really loved my runners my ohi so much. But I felt like I needed something new. I felt like I needed to be at a place where I had more opportunities to grow. Oh, and I didn't feel like the current situation was gonna foster that. And so when this kind of fellow my lab, I was like hell's ya'll. Let me be part of it. And the studio was just really special. It's the first studio, I think ever to think about not just the temperature of the studio, but the quality of the oxygen so we have a filtration system. That makes sure that it pulls out the gases. The row mid from runners that are sweating and breathing to keep the oxygen quality consistent and clean. These are things runners may not even notice. I didn't even notice. No, but that's so cool. Right. But you would notice bad air quality when you're the third class of a morning, and there have been thirty four athletes in there for a couple of hours and the treadmills David partnered with Woodleigh. So would way treadmills are the best treadmills on the planet, and I honestly can never run on another treadmill. No. Same totally. They are like we have to talk about treadmill running after this. But yeah, I can never I cannot run on any other treadmill and the treadmill precision running are amazing yet. So like the programming and everything else, David was very patient and wanted to make sure he did this threat way. So it's been years of him working with Woodleigh flying back and forth to Wisconsin to design a treadmill. And like he says, I think he says, at the best he wanted to design a treadmill that took out all the things that runner's hate about treadmill. Running all of the things, especially for an integral program that runner's find frustrating, and not comfortable and confusing. And to create a machine that really is a training partner. And that's what he's created and it's beautiful, and it's official and it's hours. Nobody else is gonna have it, and it just the response. And granted we've only been opened a week so far. The response has just been overwhelmingly positive. And this treadmill also be compatible with the app. So. So all of your data from the treadmill you'll have on your phone. You walk out the door and vice versa. You'll have all of your mileage in your lifetime at precision run. We're gonna do things to celebrate certain milestones and mileage for our runners, and it's just a really exciting place to be. I mean equinoxes has the reputation for excellence. Yes. And I've kind of been watching it from the outside now being part of it. I'm just blown away by the quality of everything. Honestly, start to finish. And just what happens in that. Studio is so beautiful, and so special and the lights in the music, all are queued to the second to each interval. So that everything feels organic and seamless to the runner can really focus on what they're doing and being present in their bodies. Yeah, I had a great experience in your class. Good weeks ago. I haven't stopped talking about it really, really loved it. Like I loved I, I love doing intervals because I feel like I have gone to the track. And I, I love the track as. Well, so I love all kinds of running from endurance to intervals to track work, all of that. But I feel like doing intervals on a treadmill is the best way to do intervals for so many reasons which your expertise can talk you can talk about. But for me, I just find that it was nice the way that you have the intervals broken out, and then I loved so that was my. And then I loved having a PR for the class like set and a goal that had to reach for from the beginning. So maybe talk to me a little bit about that philosophy or concept behind the classes. Yeah. So I think what you just said is great in that the treadmill is, it's one of the most honest pieces of equipment. Right. You punch a speed and either you maintain that speed or you don't you fall off the back of it, right? Like. No. But you can't cheat your way through your workouts on a treadmill. Right. If you're coach says and needed to run these paces for these intervals, if you punch that number in either happens or a dozen right? Like it keeps you so honest, which is I think why runner shining to realize that it's a really great training tool for count ability. And starting to learn what certain cases, feel like in your body. It was going to say it also helps you learn what if feels like to run eaten a mile or definitely. Yeah. Yes. What precision run everything that you do is based on your own PR, or your own personal record. So everybody who walked door has a different number. We celebrate it. It's never compared to anybody else. It's yours. And what it essentially is, is your one minute max speed that you could hold with solid form on the treadmill in that class. Yeah. Now it's hard to gauge what that is. And we always say that after the first class or two really good idea of what it is. But to use the first class or to kind of just set the target don't be of changing that. Guit slightly and see what feels right? Which is why we want everyone to be so focused and self aware. We're not trying to distract wonders with music or lights. Everything instead is designed to really make you focus in on what you're doing and feeling. And so I've been telling first timers, if they've run racist, maybe think about mile to five K race pace because often will hit the PR later in the program. It's not going to be something you do right away, because that would be dangerous. So, you know, you're going into that PR also no longer fresh would everything you do is mathematically based around that PR. So if my PR is saying eight point zero depending on that program. It's also metric might be okay start at your PR minus two. So, okay. I know I'm starting at six miles an hour for the first interval, and then it's going to progressively change and everything. Again, is just so mathematical and metric, and so everybody in that studio. If they've set, honest PR, they're all feeling the same sort of thing because they're all reaching closer and closer towards their personal. Record. And again, as a when you get to when the class, but I felt like when I when I did it like it said nine right? So, yes. Like nine not a nine minute mile like nine on the treadmill. Right. Yeah. But actually I couldn't I couldn't do that. So maybe in the beginning I could. But as the class went on. Yeah, I had to lower to eight just because for me, also it was like I was a little nervous to go that fast on the treadmill. I mean I also probably couldn't sustain it beyond. I felt like my heart was gonna come out of my body, which I liked to feel just for the record like that's a good feeling for me when I'm really working and like, I'm pushing myself. But yeah, so I just I thought that was good. Even if it's not like your PR out on the course I mean running on the street is very different than obviously running on a treadmill. You want to try to get them to be the same at some point of your running life. But yeah, I mean I thought that was so cool. How many different types of classes are there at precision run over the years? David has over one hundred programs that are created right now. It's an issue of aligning and working on. To make sure the music and the lights. But right at the heart right is created and up to par for each program before we roll it out. So I think right now we probably have twenty different programs three different programs that are free to take and use, and so you don't know when you sign up what class you're having. Okay. And this is also true in the gym. It was what they started there. And we're keeping it true to precision was and still is in the gyms because they're still doing the programs in the gym. So you show up, you don't know what your program is going to be till that day which I like, because I think some of us would only sign up if we knew it was something we've already done or something we feel comfortable with speaking about running and coaching and all of that. Like if you're if you are a runner like you're doing certain kinds of runs. Yes throughout. So it's totally different. So you don't know what is it say or it's never going to be Durrance are max. Intervals are two minutes. It's short. And it's quick recoveries. I mean, they're programs that have one minute recovery's and ninety second recoveries there, also some that have thirty second- recovery's. So it's rapid fire. Speedwork for somebody who is trying to figure out how does that fit into a training plan for something I would say in general, you could compare it to a track workout. You could also if you're looking to get more mileage think of it, more of a tempo workout, and then I would just recommend a runner kind of pull their PR down a little bit. And make sure that recovery. Pace is not a Walker crawl right? Like, yeah. Which is that I actually did yesterday. What took a class. I was like, okay I coming back from an off season. I gotta get my butt back in shape. How do I want to tackle this today, and it was like, okay, I'm going to recover at seven miles an hour, but I'm going to be lowering my PR and then maxing out at maybe ten miles closer together. Yeah. Kind of keep it more like seamless, or stream the spikes were less insane for me, as far as pacer exertion goes. But the my recovery was never super generous. Why is it that when you're doing speedwork that you go hard, and then you're supposed to walk or stop, even like or is that not true? Is that just like incorrect information? I mean, there's so many training philosophies out there usually want to keep your legs moving after really. Effort just because one of flesh things out. And depending on how high your heart rate is or if it's really hot stopping Khimik someone feel really lightheaded it depends, again, what you're trying to achieve. I think you know, a hard run into a walk hard run back into a walk is totally fine. What you're doing at that point is you're because you're not working for very long time able to push beyond what you could be maintained for say five minutes you could probably go harder for sake to right. And so you're starting to kind of push your boundaries carefully in a way. It's also possible, you can actually start running faster and building, your fitness, and then taking those recovery's to kind of recover and body to chill out for a hot second regroup for the next one I was just thinking about not necessarily about precision running, but more about like mile repeats on the track. Like, you know, when you're training, you sort of for one minute, you walk, because you're supposed to try to go hard, right? Yeah. Because it may be that may be something where. I could hold a pace for a mile with good form and feel solid. But could I do it for two or three in a row without things being compromised? Or, you know, you're, you may be able to get in more quality speedwork better form, speedwork by adding, those little recovery's in there is the idea ultimately to bring. Yeah. Those times closer together so that it's a can be. Yeah. To answer. No. I mean I'm like asking you about my own running a really topic. No, it really depends on the scenario because. Yeah, it might be that, you know, for example, if you're doing okay, I'm gonna do three minute intervals with two-minute recoveries. And I'm going to do five of them today than the goal, maybe a week or two to do. Former intervals with two-minute recovery's and you're going to do the same amount of them. Or maybe one less in, then, you know week later came into five and intervals and or I mean continue with former intervals, but I'm going to drop down to a one minute recovery, or just little adjustments to allow the body to adapt a stress, but also in a sequential and smart way, if that makes any sense at all. I know it does. I mean, I think this is like next level running conversation. But I think the my audience has my audience is people that don't run that maybe wanna get into running, and I think it's also like superstar triathletes and runners, who are listening to our conversation, and maybe they need to learn a little bit more about embracing the treadmill, but I am asking in terms of like precision running your longest intervals two minutes. Right. So, but like, if you're training outside of precision running. I mean you have your own coaching business which you have a curated group of special athletes that you've worked with now. Now for quite a few years. And I'm sure that you're coaching a are you coaching merrily for marathons or different distances? What's your focus, I would say, eighty five percent are marathoners? I would say the other fifteen percent are either half marathoners new ten cares. Five carers, and then there's probably like three per cent that aren't training for any races. They just love to run and they want structure to make sure that they're doing it in a smart way and not running two minutes in row or not falling off the wagon and just to keep consistency in their lives. Is there a different mindset for someone who's marathoner over someone who's doing a five K like in terms of how they approach running and training for the races? Yes. In that I mean with physically going to put themselves through going to be very different things. So I think mentally to there's just two different mindsets. As far as what the ultimate goal is. And. Kind of training specificity the days everything. So kind of getting your head around what your goal is? And what the mental challenges of that target. You know, a five K to me. It's it's, it's just suffering out of the gate essentially, it's suffered like you have. No, there's no warm up time. There's no like you just have to go. Yeah. I mean it's like it's hard. It's a hard three point one miles, you know, feel good. It's like for the first two minutes, and I'm like, oh, there it is our just going to suffer until this is over. Learn endurance athlete. Right..

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"david partner" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"david partner" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Would schedule a home energy audit with green ID at. They can call our office at six zero two nine two six one six five zero or visit our website, your green, ide- dot. Dot com. You can also type in green ID to the keyword it. Rosie on the house and get David's partner page. It's got his number and all that contact information there as well. So any of those ways you get to him schedule at home energy audit. And let's take the next step to getting our homes energy efficient. If you're looking for an efficient way to keep critters out of your landscape. Bonnet has the answer force with their repels all anything that Burrows whether it's a skunk or a squirrel or chipmunk or a raccoon whatever part of the state you live in repels all will work for those burrowing animals, all natural ingredients in repels, all you smell. But be a good neighbor. Get enough repels all four your neighbors. So, you know, just stick them in their yard and create a problem for them to deal with repels natural formula can be applied to trees shrubs. Perennials even edible crops. It works to prevent animals from chewing on fences and structures. It's so effective. Your satisfaction is guaranteed from bonnet. It's also available in a concentrate ready to use or ready to spray formula, easy, granular for three pound shake or six pound bag for whatever you're trying to repel them away from Bonn. I'd we'll have you covered. You can find bond all over the state at treeline nurseries and Mesa. Mosquito alley growers in Tucson or summer winds in Phoenix. Find a local retailer at bond. Dot com. There's a reason to foam roofing has been a rosy certified partner.

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"david partner" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"david partner" Discussed on KCRW

"Or house of cards or maybe a little label Oakland that I think has the best label the logo of any logo of all time ordinary low, by the way, del told me that is actually what did you hieroglyph that he found that out like after the fact he didn't know that vibe wild. Wow. But if you really want to deep dish with my guests Marsh, slowly, you should look the two thousand sixteen where he went from freeze Free State of Jones to kicks culminating with moonlight an extraordinary good performances that really marked him as one of the actors of our generation as newsrooms and actor is green book, I guess some Holly think you so much for being Elvis. Thanks for having me completely. My pleasure that because I met you for moonlight. And I told you we just shown kicks at the elaborate film program and just those performances those three different guys. Yeah. Every was cemented. For me, something I've talked with you by briefly that you tender you characters in terms of their size their size. Don't you? Impart. That's it's I try to look at it holistically. But I think one of the things I start with is is I get into region and voice and speech, and then I just have to think of the character physically. So if it's even just like, these a minor adjustment of picking up five pounds or losing five pounds or no push ups now for the next several months, no working out to working out, you know, to so that I feel like I feel my muscles feel my body in a different way. Those are things that are that are really key for me to to lean in on and in the and they give me clues into the to the psychology of the character on a few years back more than a few now, but it was twenty twelve and I was going in for this this little show that net. Flicks was gonna do. Call house of cards and fincher says David fincher. Right. Right. You know? But David says to me, hey, man, if I'm gonna believe he has a lobbyist you've got. I think you've got to slim down you got to lose about ten pounds or whatever. Because otherwise, I'll be distracted. And I always kept that with me at always sort of work that way, but just to hear to sort of like get that hopeful directive did he say to you about Benjamin button because Benjamin button what he said on that guy. You know he'd seen me on. I kind of over his daughter this. I think his I think his daughter was into this show called the forty four hundred which I love that show. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And it was ill knows a great show to work on 'cause they weren't there weren't a bunch of scifi dramas around at that time. There weren't really, and this is an epic scifi drama time travel also with that did people, psychologically. Yes. Yes. In a lot of like, really great characters on that show. And and it was a strong show the first season, I think those shows are hard to their cereals. And so they can kind of get out of control with the with the SCI fi elements in them. You know, what you're trying to back until the special effects and stuff create character on a TV show budget and schedule and stay and keep it human. I think that's the real challenge. But he'd seen me on that show. And I was playing a gentleman who was from the fifties. And it's an served in the Korean war, and then had disappeared and reappeared with everyone else in. Coming back. I think it was like two thousand and six or something like that. So he felt like there was the there was a similar essence between that character and tizzy who's who's a gentleman around the turn of the century. So in terms of of size. I'll tell you a funny story, I've never told the story before but in terms of size. I was in a in a solid place. But we shot that movie for two years. So we started shooting that movie, and I think September or October October of two thousand and six the movie came out Christmas two thousand and eight we were doing finishing some L some little re-shoots in I wanna say October September October two thousand and eight. So I had started working on the film. And at that time, I was maybe like thirty thirty one or something like that. When we started and were shooting the film, and they're not go away. And I'm off for like a month and a half or something like that. And I'll go where visited my mom who had moved to North Carolina. Visit my mom and hanging out and just comfortable athlete. I could eat anything. And and I always had this body that would metabolize that stuff. It wouldn't matter what I ate. And I looked like I just got out the the gym. I just had some good genes, you know. But here it is now about thirty to thirty three, and I left, and I was gone for about a month and something and they had just been working away. And I come back, and I see, you know, one of the producers Sione David's partner, and she looks at me. She goes largely everything. Okay. And I was like, yeah. Everything's great. Yeah. I'm good. But I the question felt a little loaded. I remember I went to go get him my wardrobe, and I went to put on my pants, and.

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"david partner" Discussed on The View

The View

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"david partner" Discussed on The View

"Because people. With the show is wrapping which I'm heartbroken over, but is, does it mean more time at home together? How do you feel about this? Yes, I started feeling we've been dating for the last nine years. We're actually going to be living together as a family, so we'll see how that goes. We won't get divorced and you have three kids, young kids ages three to eleven. Yeah. Ask Peres. Are you the strict type or you the overprotective type? I mean, I know something about that. I maybe I can't get it right because David's partner for game of thrones Devi wastes. He lets his ten year old and seven year old. I think we've watched little bits of gaming, Rick and Morty. MAURICE fun. Yeah. Porkies like I. And yet when they play with my kids or sort of cousins, it'll be my girls who are like, I'm gonna frigging kill you. Play with their Legos and stuff, and their kids are so polite and lovely. So I don't know what's right and wrong are they mentioned what we all should watch more Rick and Morty. That's right. I know the greater Dan Harmon. Uh-huh. Oh, yeah. Hi place. Yeah. Are the kids excited for Halloween, and have you picked up the costume? We'll so they, we are also crazy crazy, psycho adventure, time fans. So yes. So I'm going to be lumpy space. Oh, lumpy space for up flying in the right. I'm not to do anything. I love it right. Pretty comfy though. I'm going to be great. The family. David, I think, but I think David's going to go with Rick and Morty he's because the other day I was in my kitchen and a box from Amazon arrived. Any was pickled Rick. Oh. I wish you know. Show me so you can imagine how. I was like one infant. That's a good one, large, it's a huge. I mean, you're going to green. Yeah, it addition to being a great actress. You're also a wonderful writer, and your second play our very, oh, it's called our very own Carlin. McCullough was staged this summer in LA. It start Mamie. Gummer Meryl Streep's daughter, and it got incredible reviews, but apparently you didn't see any of the reviews. Right, and we'll so they lose to the Julia Roberts thing. I just kit. So when I was twenty six, I read a review of mine was horrifying. And was so mean and then I had to get back on stage. So now I just don't read review at all because if you, it's a slippery slope, you can't kind of you can't pick and choose. You can't. So we just don't do it. So you just don't raise it can just like grab the good ones. Go here girl. Yeah. Looks good. They my entire family lives in fear of my wrath to get if they, if any of it gets through the the wall of silence. Probably the best way to protect yourself, protect the artistry, we'll some people can handle it. I'm just not one of those people, but the best revenge is actually just succeeding, and that's exactly what you've done and you're here for a bigger purpose at the show that we talked about in the intro, you're starring in the new series of the Romanovs from men. Men critter, Matthew one, I love madman, and you've got to work with John Slattery a fan of his or madman before you did the show. Yes, I think I have like geeked out when I've seen a fiery, and so it was very weird to me. I've seen in New York. You can't miss them? Yeah. Has that same silver hair and some and silver. Sorry, david. What can people expect from the show? We'll actually speaking of getting older. I play a grandmother. I remember about to be a grandmother. Their daughter was having a baby. I'm like, how. Young grim. Yeah. Well. I got it. I I partly because I thought it was written so beautifully. I was like, is this mistake meeting? Okay. So yeah, I'm a grandmother. Yeah. Well, okay. I never played at one four. I'm getting. No, and she can't. She can't play. It looks like they share. Can. Ringing. Grandmother roles. All right. We'll check it out the Romanoff's, Amanda, Pete. Thank you for being with us. I'm back. They bailable the on Amazon prime video and wings..

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"david partner" Discussed on Examining Politics

Examining Politics

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"david partner" Discussed on Examining Politics

"And i remember this correctly mark prior as his chief of staff um when he was the attorney general of arkansas is that correct that is correct so above mark part get arkansas being of being a big small state uh mark prior um son of former governor former us senator david partner for buckets all mark head ah one poor turning gentle princely unsuccessfully i decided he wanted take another stab wording for attorney general uh mark i know in terms of knowing full of some time now and mark i should david bryer who called me and asked me to come back and assist on his campaign uh so i did that and i was set to go back to washington dc and continue working there and he asked me to be his uh chief of staff uh to company what his office uh and we decided to take that opportunity that's all i got back daca jobs back into the law and you never left you ended up running for uh a state seat is that correct that's correct i spent three and a half years with mark prior left there with uh into private practice against securities uh and consumer a class action work uh arkansas general assembly is uh parttime legislature uh so i ran four in two thousand eight iran four uh state representative uh in the legislative district large as i grew up in uh successfully warn that seat with eighty percent of the vote um and stayed in that office uh poor three terms until his term limit uh and had a had a wonderful time representing the folks who district every six all of arkansas uh in our journalism.

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"david partner" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"david partner" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"What am i gonna do now that she's gone who are we now what about caress it will he be okay there was just devastation and the woman that killed her what was her name uh her name i don't remember it was her manager though right yeah there was lots of stuff about her let like she was going to how how could she how could you do this to us so she was really short i remember she was like a short assassin i must issues like four tanner something yeah she ran the was launda yolanda right yeah i mean i feel like i feel like felina as west texas is princess diana yes yes i would say so i saw it up close and personal and it was crazy yeah and you were fine the people's printer tech news yes while you are fiveyearsold how to pressing is on so listen where can people find you uh so i'm on twitter mitchell baker three or you can find me on instagram at mitchell underscored baker and if somebody when you said all follow me and it was samoans today you you are single i am seeing all right now terrific okay well thank you see i wanna thank my greek guest this week genshaft waterman courtney gilson and mitchell baker i wanna remind you two that i do the bonus podcast that i put out this week it is a must listen to david partners from milliondollar listing la goes way deep into real estate stuff talks about what it's like working for marie co gives an update on his pregnant wife and also his brother who was diagnosed with brain cancer jumps in on the call so please check that out you can go to my website loving knuckles dot com to read all my tv recap and i do suggest you look up the article that i wrote on why should get drunk and the company christmas party if you're on facebook and if you're not on facebook you need to know that we have a closed facebook group for this podcast called reality life with key casey here's why you should be in it you can meet other people that are cool and let's talk about reality shows like you do and you can deep dive on the episodes that i have.

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"david partner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"david partner" Discussed on KTRH

"Simply wants to you phil for cereal do you remember when barack obama brought janet napolitano in and she was director homeland security and they started a policy because we needed everyone sort of a crime stoppers nationwide terrorism was all around us and we needed the people to step up david partnered with walmart walmart managers were going to be a conduit mean that made me feel safer do you remember what the policy was imminent when it was call if you see some say so they spent a lot of effort fees see some say some well did a little boy named ahmed the clock boy goes to school the briefcase inside the briefcase has o'clock o'clock this busted open with its guts showing and the little boy was saying things through the course of the day that other classmates and teachers said seem like he almost was trying to scare people as to what was in the briefcase well finally the last period of the day after the other teachers dismissed him last period of the day the teacher said what if i'm endangering these kids by assuming there's nothing here i see something i'm going to say something well little ahmed the clock boy had been wronged because he's a muslim muslims don't ever blow things up and on ever bring bombs anywhere this was wrong barack obama was when make it all right brought him to.

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"david partner" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

The Dave Portnoy Show

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"david partner" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

"Fucking go no i think he's a maniac he's he's just like you know i think he can he's really one of those guys they could be por and like not care like that so yeah he wouldn't be able to do that you need just be all you really want i don't like to dollar pub light bar going crazy that i but he has wants like a farm and indiana with this trampoline as raise double triple in getting you know that we have you know that wrestling the brain and like yeah drinks about lights and uses was a fun like i mean you play way to let you guys are as a as a role model for for people he was now you lost a step i mean so there he was still there last summer talked all might guide to i i feel like i've forty eight hours in vegas is like it you guys are there for like five fucking eighties so and and with the exception of wednesday all the more boston all yeah i mean yeah yeah yeah he may never come out him i think that's it we lost the by forte vegas is and moving owner of andy to me they're what's going on so nothing but the survived but you appreciate that we've got makes one us before before before i got into my question i gotta tell your man frankie's down but you've heard yeah yeah yeah actually there were pronounce the word he can hit it well when he first walked in the office and then like slowly of starts realize brings moore should make a no sense today and i'm going to get a low let this past frankie can you make the found for when you're underwood or i was pretty that's always the one of the one of my favorite part of the week and with the return of david partner and man child hit on the back and he took some big older well over his welker they're like that time graham blonde you were to to matt flynn i i i would just come off when i don't even know that i mean it was like but as high as a tight.

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