16 Burst results for "David Prince"

"david prince" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

05:37 min | 8 months ago

"david prince" Discussed on The Corner

"Mean, look what Don king was. Exploited. And he was a shyster to get this. I mean, he's still here. Now he is, he promotes white last week. What is he doing? He doesn't in sleep. But Don king came for like he'll say he'll scream racism one sentence to say the America's the greatest country in another and it's just like, what are you doing? These are so fights. I'll Heyman. One of the most influential people in boxing doesn't have a promoter's license. No. You know why? I mean, think about this. You think Al Heyman and PBC would be successful as it is today if Al hayman ever showed his face? I don't know. That's a good question. The more the L is not seen because there are still people to this day. Look, just watch a different world episode this morning. And in this episode, I believe Dwyane Wayne said he asked a bunch of white students who Malcolm X was, it was like the tenth king of England. Right? Which is, it's funny, but it's like people they don't know. Yeah. So you asked a bunch of white students who what colors out human? 75% of them we can tell you is white. They've never seen them before. Yeah. It's just an assumption is that because he's an owner promoter and he's not black and adviser. If you put his face on television, now you put a face that people can dislike. It's a weird thing. That's why I'm always against, like, I had a friend who wanted to put his face on clothes. And I was like, I want to put your face to the people who don't like your face, your clothes aren't going to, no matter what you think. No matter how great the design are if I say that motherfuckers ugly. I ain't buying it. America has always thought in a way that black people are ugly when it comes to certain sports. And have you put Al haymon's face out there? People probably rail against it. It's a weird thing. But Al hayman is one of the most successful people, but the hard part is, you know what he looks like. No. But again, not having. It's just weird to not have a promoter's license then, right? Because you have, oh, that's a complicated conversation with Al. Yeah, we really got to ask about as hard as hell to get. You're never going to get a straight answer because he's managed to do this without a promoter. But then you look at the blueprint that you're now setting. And it's not up to him again to be a role model necessarily, but you're setting a blueprint where now we have Jay prince who's like, I don't got to be a promoter either. No, I can be an adviser, but I have a full stable of fighters. Why aren't you just the promoter? It's like two or three, because Oscar De La Hoya doesn't have the largest stable in the world and he partners with television networks as well. But as a promoter. Yes. So why isn't a black man to promote? I mean, look, top rank is white as white can be. Ain't no black people in the upper east on the top, right? No. I mean, not a matchmaker, not a type to buff, not Barbara, none of them. Nah. I mean, don't go. Oscar De La Hoya Eric Gomez. Yeah, Bernard there. Which Bernard says be able to step out and speak more. For Oscar, even though in our hops and speak at any press conference, we'll be here for a year. But they're just not made events. It's just sounding black promoters. And that's the challenge of it is like, how do you change the face of it? Floyd Mayweather? Oh, black promoter. Has done a lot, but it's like, it's hard for people to accept them as a promoter still. Yeah. I mean, because he's still doing exhibitions and like weird chips. It's a puffy thing. You want me all dancing in your videos. Coming to the other row. It's like that's the puffy thing with Floyd. Maybe it's older, maybe a phase out of being in the limelight, but the weird thing is, does he really have to? Or is that what tradition thinks of promoters supposed to be? But that's true. There's no reason for J prince, for example, it's not be Eddie Hearn right now. Now, if he wants money, but Eddie Hearn's got a Eddie Hearn got lost one. But still, you got enough money to get the fighters in the U.S. that you want to get. Eddie Hearn's daddy was also in the TV business so yeah, different connections. Yes. But it's not like David prince don't got connections. Dame dash, try to do this. We had a roc nation box. Yeah. And it failed. You gotta get the right fighters. It's just like convincing black athletes to go to HBCUs. Join Floyd stable. Maybe I'll go to the top right because they have more legacy. But if everybody went to the black promoter, you can change the game. There's so many levels to this that is, again, it's just not it's not just on top, even though the top has to change, but when it comes to even with the UFC, they just put out a PRES release, we're going to celebrate black history month with our black fighters like hooray. What are you going to do for the rest of the 11 months? Oh, they're not doing what's his face that you're not going to do Michael too. Michael Chandler? Is that it's very surface level when you celebrate on black history month? Black history when you have black athletes and black stories that need to be told all year long, correct. I don't know why you're waiting until this one month, which is the shortest month of the year. And I don't want to be like Kanye, Kanye, this is black future. We're celebrating black future month. You know what motherfuckers don't know history? And you over here talking about future? Stop. The only way you can change is by understanding your past and kind of you don't know the past..

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"david prince" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"Your father's throughout the and they shall dwell therein. Even they end their shielded and their sheila. Sheila forever and myself sewn shall be their prince forever. Okay is david prince. Now i don't think is he's he's David has seen corruption. He's in heaven. Now but i mean he's He's physically died and he's not come back. You know yet. So he's not there prince now is he. He's not on earth now and it says forever. Here david chubby that prince forever. So that's not the case at this moment that means that this verse has not been fulfilled. Yet right okay. And then it says here and moreover i will make a covenant peace with them it it should be an everlasting covenant with them and our place them i will place them and multiply and i was set my sanctuary the them forevermore now people will say that this is the new covenant this basically born again believers have the templar god in them the holy ghost given pentecost. So that's what they're talking about here they say and when they say israel they say they it's spiritual israel but the problem with all. This is that it says appear. They're talking about a mountain. The mountains of israel upon the and make them one nation in the land upon the mountain of israel. so it's not talking about the spiritual israel of born again believers with the holy ghost in them. It's not talking about that. This is talking about the temple and this is what people think is going to come down from heaven. They think it's a sequel temple that he's going to be built by god and come down from heaven and he's gonna come down to maybe roussel somewhere there and that's gonna be part of the supernatural event that that happens in the end times so this is something that hasn't happened yet. You know and david will be around as well. It seems because he's shall be their prince forever so he will.

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"david prince" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"It's has so much value. Does that same type of thing with the stock market. Like you know. I might as well join these groups and Some of them were better than other. But through my friend. Nick and joining these groups I felt like i was. I had the tools to beat the market and all of a sudden. I started waking up at three in the morning and learn you know reading more and learning more and also night during the whole time day trader. That's kind of what i do now. and dan as market got harder. I got really lucky again. Come to the theme of my professional. I met this guy on named david. Prince who long story short Runs a trading group which started during the pandemic basically because he had. He's just really outgoing. Nice guy and he had to many people messaging him asking questions. I had my friend. Dick rows messaging so he just had me in that even for him. David's got people messaging on facebook telegram. Text messages calling him. Hey you know you told me to by amazon. Yesterday it's up eight percent which i do not like i give eight percent like what he want from me so anyway so he started he. He is idea instead of telling everyone to. You know you know. Go go screw ever was okay. I'll start my own group in. He did end so he to me you know and not to sound like a shell Until totally matter me but he has unique group that Without that i wouldn't really be you know. The the market was easy in two thousand twenty. You know anyone just by in stocks went up and that's really how was If you know the right people are you focused a little more. You might be able to do better but like really if you had money in the market. You're listening to go now. It's a lot harder And i have. And i've done okay in two thousand twenty one but i certainly have made a ton of mistakes The learning and i'm learning through. Yeah basically he doesn't thing i'm learning. I'm learning how to actually. I'm trying to learn how to actually be special day trader in. I think i'm on the right path. So that's kind of what i'm gonna try to just like. I took the opportunities for you know triple or whatever it was determined only all of them like now i feel like my time is spent learning this and i it. There's there's a lot of opportunity if you know what you're doing in the i. Guess the jury's out if in a couple years all or you know it seems like a note enduring or to eventually of the opportunities as what i'm trying to are you loving it. You getting getting obsessed with learning. I really really like it Part of what. I like is the schedule. Even though it is a little ruling on my son is at school from nine to two in on trading from born the morning to one though one o'clock their stuff on the west coast to happens after hours but for the most part you can you can set if you orders in or or you can miss the value of after hours and i can pretty much one ten. Go take a nap for an hour. And then awake for five hours and doesn't mean i had to hang this on the today like you know i just have all this time. You know the beautiful weather. La live in a great place. And i instead of driving an hour and fifteen minutes commerce. You know in all that stuff. I i'm really enjoying the lifestyle and i'm also enjoying the trading on in learning and and you know winnings lot more losing you know the other day i two huge mistakes and i and i had a bad day and that wasn't that fun but like today like i made less mistakes in the stocks that we were in. We're going up and it's amazing day. And then i take an app and then you know. God's item on do a podcast. Yes i am. it's it's it. I'm enjoying lifestyle goodman. That sounds great. I always love to hear the stories of folks that have been chasing polka greatness. And then transitioned into something else that they that they love in there so much from that especially like last year and maybe some of those locked but like so much of the risk reward of of what you learn in poker has helped me in this I've had a lot of friends who have been like. Hey like getting into this group with david branson in you know i'll tell you what to do and and you know like a great opportunity but like if they're not poker players doesn't matter if they're smarter than me s march me whatever it is. It's hard to grasp okay. I'm gonna put this much money on the stock in hope it goes up in. Why am i doing it an vogel. Because jesse said it more likely to go up than down like if you're poker player like oh fifty percents answer i go. It's dance but if you're not it's it's hard to okay. We'll i'll just two thousand dollars into it like okay. You're not yeah. It's it's just so so yes so like the life of of taking those small opportunities is really especially during the pandemic where the right play was to gamble. You know really really helped me a lot. Yeah i mean. I mean really if you think about what poker is or for the podcast. Listener like is taking very small edges every single hand right like you said a big bet an our will. That's taking you play. I don't even know how many limit holdem hand. You play live in an hour. Like thirty five forty something like that. Yeah you're just taking a sliver of ev. Like every hand is just one little sliver and that just adds up at the end of your session to you your edge and so like trading. You have a very sliver of evey and you take it and you just take it as many times as you possibly can. And that's where the edge comes from. I assume for sure and and i've also made some big mistakes And this is where learning comes in. I that you know you usually. I'm taking some other people. So so let's say they like there's a on l. end. Ps which is all online. It is kind of like a room Like an online. They're selling cars online. And there's oh we love to stop a great great opportunity. So i ended up buying like a lot of shares. His you know like it is to say that's my head some cash mike outages so something like all right. Well they love it. That's gotta be seventy six. The next day it's down like sixteen percent. And like i just i i asked him like you know. Listen just just for the so. I know the future years. How much of this you know about how much money i have. That messes up early. Mike erm item lucky. Like you're an idiot cute because it's like this dinky little stock.

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"david prince" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on AoS Coach

"This is just for. General is not even slaves. in general not economical. I'll find this as being an issue. If you want to be competitive finalises been doing well. And then i'll use that on. Slowly adapted to fit will play so that Pick anybo cup. So that's how. I would suggest anybody wanna play any kind of balmy fines. Finds anyone competitive finalist. Well play play around with it and then you probably you might. You might completely straight a whole list but it just gets you playing with the army and knowing nola synergies All the roles. Do you add in slow. He added in these different wall. Roles in how fits your place style. Very thing Three and fantasy always was how you play East you kinda. Saudi adopted how you wanted to play the game. So you'll listen becomes your own. Even when people tried to pick up a random listening to him. Nothing doing well. The probably won't do that very well. It's like an play with eight. Made it around us. But we've slaves is so we signed many was using this This calm comb. Despoilers lists with lows name prince In using it and then jump in and change in the way that play Plus ns Around roles david prince's concerned terrain off. Very good tag a shooting. You can lock brought blind aside with not role in allows you to play the whole every mission You're in it. You're in it to win it within that context so Need out the and other really right off. Yanni's dum well. He's one couple of tolerance always come On but even the z. Each off yanni enslaves. Threes is obvious. Choice because he just benefits the role so well now in agency mall free. Yeah i'll k. On just for anyone. Who doesn't know yet because i haven't played with the beak bad right you know. He is a super durable hero. He's got to gain access to heroic actions. he's gonna get access to monstrous rampages and the war. Scroll is so thick that there are so many amazing abilities and you know from the being able to heal being out to bring in Zaentz action and being the is it called. It was so many combinations out there. But it's interesting that you've mentioned any. He's like a thousand points right so if you'll playing a traditional two thousand point game. He's essentially hoffy least so annoyed and obviously he's going really well right so he's going really well will. Let's acknowledge that you mentioned earlier that you you don't take him or you don't write him. lovely dot writing. But i'm show you've got other choices as opposed to he's trash talk to me about the stuff and what what you're thinking is right now with the big bad. I think i think if you learn history ignore him play the mission and will always feel the that can try and play everything you can never have. Analysis has a good much for the game is everybody. That's how it is but always toys screens Unit just these big errors australian often on a big base..

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"david prince" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on AoS Coach

"Move back so i did that. Every single time under my phone was like Right and then they tried to come closer and like note briefly and then they tried to charge the demon princes there so they cannot actually challenge. That happened four times. That thing wins matches. Even wince tournaments like i played against great lords. Yeah the difference right to kill him he can get in the sculpture. Now you have mine hit on to say you can give them a five plus word. Even prince is along with john the most valuable units in court if they a supporting cast of course. I don't say many units must includes. But i feel like cohen right now. That damon prince is a must include. Like it's definitely good. It's so good And it's only one of the one of the actual model that deserves to have the amulet destiny With the with the five upward safe. Because it it will be a target and the great thing about being a talk. It is if you take down. The david prince okay you kill the imprint targeting but the belco whatever it might be If you ignore it you charges in your runs have just become a whole lot auto. So how many things can actually kill the immigrants ride off because again you need to attack by obviously by range attacks. And he's in the scholar so basically that eighteen ensures radiates from the psalter which is quite big and there's a minus one hit on him. There's a bus save on him Someone can actually help here. If you have Like say ten block reverse next. The psalter can get another minus one to hit because of lookout sir. So our north arsenal units at can actually get the lookout sur. Which means that even in your if your own gets plus one is still lensman so and five blocks as you as you said. There's a sculptured medical which is a two busts beltran which is quite a strong artifact it's the obligatory one in rivers of vengeance. Which is it's great. But i think the fight buses better on the process by far your most valuable asset a lot of people because they not the two plus trump's going to be with some of the army's at a strong in the mid right now especially things like alumina thri like stop luminary so powerful so having a tuplice shrug is great but then because of that you finding people are avoiding having a reliance on magic especially ones. That don't have really strong. Strong cost is so they not going all in on magic said by having the something like the amulet audacity you get more flexibility to be able to deny not just spells but also mortal wounds words outside of that sir i prefer agility. Yeah plus imprint attacks i. He fights at the start of the komo face and in repairs you can have him violent twice which is great so you pile twice a year with your democrats and they they twice end. Then your next unit fights again so you'll be able to attack three times before your opponent fights which can actually take out some. Maybe some key units maybe and so the thing is there's so much stuff that you need to daycare to your mind to be able to click on. Which is why. I think it's a very very batch choices. A starters her the way it is right now in three point out but the thing is because we used to. We used to play at the start of the hero face because blood ties and that jumped to three point zero actions and all that he's actually quite not that big a for some players accord players break. So it's not that bad. I actually like it and i. I found that the faction during being able to be destroyed with three. I haven't had the done yet. Goes again in theory..

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"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Five years ago today, five police officers were gunned down. By what had to be a deranged, delusional sick individual. Um, and he was eventually killed by the police. And as he tried to escape, uh, you know, as I as I think about this and what we're talking with Michael later on Mike Munna, you know the community support the outpouring of concern. Over over the fallen officers and their families. Um, I know David Prince over Eagle gun range myself have talked about this many times when we're raising money for fallen officers. Um, it was like These police officers lost their lives, Um, protecting Black lives matter. Protest against Police officers shooting black man It was I'm thinking to myself they were doing their duty. They were doing their job. They lost their lives in the community support at the time was overwhelming. Simply overwhelming the type of support that was coming out of not just Dallas, but all over the country and rightfully so. You know, it's too bad. A police officer has to go down in the line of duty, um for people to show their respect and their appreciation and concern and care over these men and women that stand between God Only knows, uh, in us, they don't It's amazing to me what has happened in five years. We went from a city that was embracing our law enforcement. Um you know the back and forth. Between police and civilians, Civilians and police was probably as good as it ever had been. But five short years later. It's a totally different landscape when we come back. You may remember Jay Howell. He's the former W B A P correspondent. He was live on the scene is the shooting was going on. He's no longer in Dallas ease and in Idaho, but we're going to talk with him in his perspective. Next on the WB 80 Thursday morning news we'll look at the first day of the special session in the Texas Legislature. That all happens.

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"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"P W b A P Does home we discussed disrupting illegal gun trafficking. Now the gun lobby wants you to believe that cities that are the toughest gun had the toughest gun laws still have the highest rates of gun violence, as was pointed out by the group we had today in our roundtable. The the violence is so they argue. Why do you need those gun laws if they don't work in cities that have tough loss? Well, that's a That's a question that I'd like an answer to all I heard. Was. Let's do more government programs. Let's throw more. Of course, this is the Democrats answer to everything. Let's throw more money at it. And let's crack down on gun dealers. If I heard the word dealer once I heard it 50 times, Good friend of mine has ego Gun range, two locations here in Dallas. Great guy. You won't find a nicer guy. More honest guy and the owner of Ego Gun range David Princes with me, David. What did you think? I mean, I can't even I don't even know how to start a conversation on what I just saw. Uh, I have to believe the same thing you do is just the gun dealers was mentioned a lot. You know you not talk a lot recall with a period of time and we've said over and over again. We don't have a lack of laws. We have a lack of law enforcement. And you can't have law enforcement unless you have more police officers, So I'm glad he's turned somewhat around and saying, Look, we can't enforce laws police officer So let's Hire more police officers. What's kind of aggravating to me is all this federal money is now going to have to go to these five cities, Six cities that he named over and over again of doubt. You know, they've defunded their police. So now the rest of the nation has got to Tony up to help them with their crime. And it's ridiculous. I mean, they've laid off defunded their police. Villainized their police. And now we, the rest of the country who believe in law enforcement are now forced to support their Corrupt. City governments, So it's just it's sad. The gun dealers you know, there is a law against that for a long time. He did mention it. A T F doesn't have the personnel to prosecute them, and that's that's been true. The police department can't go after the firearm trafficking. I don't know. In addition to a shooting range, you sell firearms. Um all types of firearms. You do background checks. You do everything you're supposed to do under the letter of the law, and most dealers do so. I guess his point and I'm still struggling, trying to make sense of what he said in those lucid moments he had behind the mic. I'm still trying to figure out what he means. Well, you know these bad drug drug dealers, these bad gun dealers. What did he mentioned? 5%. I mean, you already do everything under the law. He was making the argument for exactly the opposite of what All those cities have done. You need more cops. You need more law enforcement. To inform Of course, he went off the rails. Do that Sugary, sweet liberal left. Well, if we just had more basketball goals or a summer work programs, we wouldn't see these crimes. What What the what is he talking about? Yeah. I mean, I don't mind The devil's workshop, according to his mom, and that's at least we got that part out of him. That was lucid. The, uh you got to keep kids busy, which is great, But the rest of the world has got to pay for it all the United States that have good programs and healthy families. Are going to have to go in and pay for all of this. Um, he just Yeah, See, now it's all I can say. You know, I think you're probably right. David Prints owner of Ego Gun range. Um I appreciate very much your coming on at the last minute. Uh, you know, I can't imagine. As a as a reputable state of the art gun center like you have having to listen to this, and he just he seemed to throw everybody into the mix because he doesn't have a plan. David Prince. Thank you so much, my friend. I appreciate it very, very much. I am totally out of time. My email is literally levitating. Um,.

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"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Red Barton and the W B A P Weather Center way may have to join bread again here in just a little bit. Keep you up to date with all the weather. If you just joined us, and you weren't listening on Friday, you may not know but constitutional Kerry. As uh, Has been passed by both the House and the Senate. They had a compromise bill and makes its way to be signed by the governor Hey, was on the show a couple weeks ago and said he would in fact, signed the bill if it made it to his desk. It's house Bill 1927. And it would eliminate the requirement for Texas residents, too. Have to get a license to carry a handgun. A Zilong is you're not barred by state or federal law from possessing a gun, you will be able to carry it. Without obtaining a license to carry. Um, now the text of the compromise. It was released sometime on Sunday. And I am not gonna go through the whole thing. But it keeps intact a number of changes that the Senate made to the House Bill. Um, it was basically trying to answer concerns from law enforcement. Um includes striking a provision that would have barred cops from questioning someone based only on their possession of a handgun. The compromise version also preserved a Senate amendment. Which beefs up the criminal penalty for a felon caught carrying a Of firearm that beef set up to a second degree felony with a minimum of five years in prison. S O. If your felon probably shouldn't be carrying a gun, others Senate changes That survived was a requirement that the Texas Department of Public Safety offer a free online course on gun safety. And I know when this broke live on the air of reached out to David Prince, friend of mine with the Eagle gun range, hey, gives LTC classes but, um, understands if people don't want to go through that And we all hope that everybody gets the information they need to carry his or her firearm safely. No, I think I said, You know, we're not talking about the old West where you've got a six shooter and you flip out the solder. Put six rounds in it, Flip it back up and just pull the trigger. Most most firearms now. Our semi automatic. Many of them carry many more than six rounds and you know you take safety off on but well, I'm not going to go into it, but You know what I'm talking about? And I'm really really hoping that if people do decide to carry that, if they're not comfortable with firearms get comfortable before you ever ever start carrying it. My question Woz with the passage of a constitutional carrier permit, Let's carry is they say? Will you be rethinking? Carrying a firearm in the state of Texas. Now, you know, it was just this morning that you know there were news stories 47 shootings. In Chicago alone over the weekend. Um, close to that in New York. We even had some here in Texas. Um and a lot of people will say Well there, Rick, there's there's your excuse not to carry. What? No, that is my excuse to carry. I don't wanna be somebody's victim. No. I never, ever, ever want to have to draw down on anybody. I don't I don't But I refuse to be a victim or my loved ones of victim. It just doesn't make sense. You know, I've used The old story. The analogy If you will. It's four o'clock in the morning. You hear window breaking downstairs in the kitchen. You grab your weapon and your cell phone check on the kids. Make sure everybody's where they're supposed to be. You take up a position between the perceived threat in your family and dial 911 and hope they get there before you have to. You have to fire your weapon. It's just that simple. You are your own first responder in that circumstance. So then I understand the concerns of law enforcement. I truly do, but Um, with the passage of constitutional carry in the state of Texas. Will you be considering or reconsidering? Um, carrying a weapon that whether you're a man or a woman or Whatever you happen to be. Well, will that be something that you'll now think about 20 other states have done it? I guess we become the 21st ST. Going to find out what you thinking. Just the 2nd 1 802 88 w b A p 1 802 889227 your calls to carry or not to carry In the state of Texas on news, talk a 20 w B A P. Beijing Biden claims he's a warrior for.

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"david prince" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio. Six people have died in a poultry plant in Georgia and a liquid nitrogen leak is being blamed 11 people right now are in the hospital. 11. Soldiers from Fort Bliss in Texas were injured, two of them critically. The Army says they ingested a substance during a training exercise, and there is an investigation. Ongoing gun sales. Still hot supplies of handguns, long guns and ammunition were already running short at the end of last year with the coming of 2021, says Gun shop owner David Prince. The gun's disappeared. We couldn't get him in fast enough. So why are so many people buying their first firearms because of the state of affairs today specifically Says Sean the riot at the Capitol. She has now signed up for a gun safety class toward getting her concealed carry permit. If you buy something, you have to know how to use it properly as shop owners try to meet the growing demand for guns generally in ABC News, Ah, whole lot of folks trying to learn more about the stock trading apt Robin Hood, but they didn't find what they were looking for on Twitter when they followed Robin Hood on Twitter. They were following the worldwide Robin Hood Society about the legendary outlaw who robbed the rich to give to the poor and Facebook is issuing Apology for consistently flagging references to a British landmark as offensive, the social media giant said. It's Facebook community standards, repeatedly sanctioned post, referring to the Ho spelled H Oe in Plymouth. The Plymouth Hoe is residents have dubbed it refers to a coastal landmark in the south of England. It's almost like these, you know, you talk about sort of the robots that work over and Facebook and Twitter. The algorithm is that human beings doing this gotta have somebody said Yes. So when when you do it like that you take out any, you know, understanding or knowledge or nuance, a 37 year cars for kids this time around. Helping out with the news that Dr John Morrissey helping us out.

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"david prince" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"david prince" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Leak is being blamed for the deaths of six people at a poultry plant in Georgia. Overnight 11 people are in the hospital 11 soldiers from Fort Bliss in Texas were injured, two of them critically. The army reports. They ingested a substance while they were doing a training exercise. There is an investigation underway. Gun sales Still, hot supplies of handguns, long guns and ammunition were already running short at the end of last year. With the coming of 2021, says Gun shop owner David Prince. The gun's disappeared. We couldn't get him in fast enough. So where So many people buying their first firearms because of the state of affairs today specifically, says Sean, the riot at the Capitol. She has now signed up for a gun safety class toward getting her concealed carry permit. If you buy something, you have to know how to use it properly as shop owners try to meet the growing demand for guns generally in ABC News, so whole lot of people trying to learn more about this stock trading apt Robin Hood. They didn't find what they were looking for. In Twitter, though, when they followed Robin Hood on Twitter they were following the worldwide Robin Hood Society. It's about the legendary outlaw who robbed the rich to give to the poor, which the app seems to be the total opposite of the five orphan. Erica loves have a new home for the remainder of winter parks and wildlife spokesman Bill Vogue. Rin says officers found remote area on Pikes Peak for the Cubs to hibernate we built to dance. We try and keep Cubs. They're siblings together. And so we built to dance for the five Cubs three women one to win in another. They were twins. Hey says they're going to just leave him alone. Miller expected to re emerge in the spring. They were each weighing about £100 that were kept in a rehab center after their mothers died face We've Yes. No, go ahead. I'm sorry. Facebook is issuing an apology for consistently flagging references to a British landmark as offensive. Yeah, the social media giant said. It's Facebook community standards, repeatedly sanctioned post referencing the Ho in Plymouth. But the Plymouth Ho H. Oe is residents have dubbed it refers to a coastal landmark in the south of England because its slopes and curves Not the misogynistic slur. Did you have something else? Dad? Just that. Did I dump strike You with the word? Hope? No, I didn't. I was gonna jump on that thing. Although that is that is yours. But because I was reading the story and just started laughing about how you know people get Hellbent about those things. Sorry. Are we on the Facebook story or the bear story? The Facebook story. That's what I'm saying. Yeah, either of those stories people get. That's not even how you spell the word ho, the misogynistic slurred. Yeah, So there you go. 6 37 here on Colorado's Morning News, Money News with Pat Sports with BK, and we check in again with John Morrissey on that Friday morning, Dr.

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"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The plug because he's on right now with me to talk about Biden's proposed gun tax, which I personally thinks unconstitutional, David Prince, how you doing? Rick. I'm great. I'm always glad to talk to you and always glad that's not over our fallen officer that we so many times I have to talk about. But we may be talking about the death knell for the Second Amendment, but It's at least not of human life dying here today that we get to talk. So David, but every time in there for a while it was way too often, but every time an officer falls David Knight talk about raising money for the surviving family, and I'm glad you're right, David. I'm glad that's not what this conversation is about. But anyways, perhaps what affected Ah lot of people. Biden's proposed gun tax is this thing, even constitutional. It doesn't sound like I mean, he says he wants to have the sensitive to the kind of Second Amendment, but it's limited and then have common sense Gun safety policies. Well, the, uh, having you to register your farm and then also anybody buying a farm in the future? He says You're gonna have to get a license before you could buy a firearm. I've spent the last You know, several nauseated me hours reading on Joe Biden, calm his, UM, says the Biden plan to end our gun violence epidemic and It's just nauseated to have to read what he's planning on doing to our second Amendment. Yeah, this is like blaming silverware for people being overweight. This, you know, he says he wants to put in place. Attacks on certain games of people already own, according to one guy that looked at this, he said. That plan to tax guns that you already own and have in your possession could cost the country $34 billion. And then, of course, they want to get rid of the so called assault weapons. Um And who's to say what those are? Yeah, No, there's no definition on that one. That's truly easily to follow. But his claim is on his website. That's not just you're saying it's not Some other things. It's on his website that he wants to ban all assault weapons and high capacity magazine. But in the meantime until he gets that legislation through, he is going to executive order. Stop all imports of Assault weapons on weapons of war. But back to your point of typically, that tax is a $200 tax. You get anything you go through the N f a suppressors machine guns, short barrels. You have to pay a $200 tax fears that And, um That way. If you multiply that out of to rust estimate of how many long guns they are 15 style rifles, Um Suppressor. I mean rifles and other semi automatic firearms is what he's calling them. Who knows what he's gonna reach out and make it happen. But $200 time's rough estimate, you know when you're coming up to 30 to $40 billion That Tried owners have to pay. Just to keep their guns. Oh, by the way, he's gonna lie. You just sell him back. If you'd like to go to the federal government, just this just makes absolute well. Yeah, By the way, if you're listening, and you don't know anything about guns, and you think, Well, this may be a good way to get machine guns off the street. While machine guns aren't honest, a semi automatic weapon, you have to pull the trigger each time to fire around. A machine gun. You can hold it down has automatic fire. Not everybody can just walk in and buy one of those there. There. There are quite a few regulations, right? Tons, regulations and cost it's cost prohibitive but back, you know, being a cost what this regulation and what he's planning on doing is taxing that some of the poorest people that are trying their best to protect their families. This is going to be unfair Tax one unconstitutional to It's going to hurt the people that they're de funding police and now you're gonna make it. Monetarily impossible for them to be able to afford firearms. To protect their families. And then on top of that he's trying to get the can imagine what's gonna cost to buy a farm in the future when he takes the liability protection off the manufacturers. That was the other goal He's playing on. Correct me if I'm wrong, David talking with David Prints, owner of Evil Gun ranges here in Dallas. Great guy. If you haven't been out there, you need to go out. You'll be Surprised Biden is arguing He has the right to do this to tax people that already owned some of these guns. Um $200 each well, he's arguing that the National Firearms Act has been in place since 1934 and yeah, it has. With that tax on. Lee applies when a gun is manufacturer, not toe already possessed firearms. In other words, e know what he's saying. The national firearms at 1934. I get it. But that's that goes with every time I got his manufacturing, that's what it's about. It's not about your firearm you keep in your home for self protection. I think this goes directly against the Constitution. Yeah, it does. Because you have to basically shall not in France, where there If this is an infringement, I'm not exactly sure what dictionary. He's reading the word of a bridge but out of because it's uh It's all the Democrat different dictionary Night Web search or anybody else, but it's It's really sad. I mean it, Z. It's like is that I read this thing and my blood's boiling and that's hard to keep down. Good, positive attitude about anything he's going to do. But right now our our second amendment is seriously seriously under attack. He's He is not gonna get anything. Between the funding the police and telling you, you gotta pay a whole lot more to be able to protect your own self and your family. It's just a sad state of affairs of our nation has elected Temporarily right now. So yeah. You know, when you think this out to the logical end David they want to defund police, which only harms those high crime areas, which are generally the areas they're saying they want to protect. But they're not protecting if they get rid of police and then making him or difficulty, if impossible to buy a firearm or the most in most probability, it's Yeah. You can have a gun, but you can't buy any ammunition. Um, I mean, it makes no sense. Who do they think you're You're your own first responder. Are you not came into that? All right now, but it still could be. The one thing that he went on to say is that He's playing on getting rid of firearm sales on the Internet, which grateful big brick and mortar companies like myself. But you know, if he ends up taxing, removing the liability protection from manufacturers, they're going to pass it on down to us. Sure, in that attack, that insurance is gonna be astronomical. I don't know how many Small companies like myself small homeland family owned businesses, Camille, the Ford made Our insurance rates are astronomical now, so there's a lot of rabbit holes. This thing's gonna lead down into and none of our good It's There was a snake at the end of one every one of these rabbit holes. He's trying to put us down. Well, David, listen, I thank you for joining me Anything it Z Firearm related and legislative. I always defer to David because number one, he's a good guy. I trust him explicitly runs just a first class state of the yard operation. Whether you know no matter where you happen to be Lewisville or farmers branch on But like I said, Let me give you another cheesy plug here. Every Tuesdays Ladies Day E. I mean Your rent lanes for five bucks and handguns for free If you persist the ammunition and they get the free youth safety classes, basic pistol classes. $50 LTC classes..

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"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"For being along. I'm Rick Roberts. This is news talking 20 w b A p, and it continues. We're in touch with the White House. To get more and more. I mean, let's face it. The one thing everyone wants to know myself included. Where do we stand with these lawsuits? Where do we stand with exposing This rampant voter fraud from coast to coast, the overvote the stuffing of the ballots that creating of the balance the throwing away of the ballots. Where do we stand? No way need that information. I've tried to bring you that information as it's become available were still working. As a matter of fact, we're working as I'm doing the show. Um, with people contacts at the White House. Um, we need to be able to tell the American people where we are with these lawsuits. Um, you know which judges are turning a blind eye. Toe evidence and by the way If I hear one more common both come to the microphone and say which Just don't have any evidence. You know what a sworn affidavit is? A sworn affidavit under penalty of perjury is like setting on the witness stand, taking notes to tell the truth. It's direct evidence. I don't know how many times I've said that a sworn affidavit by an individual under penalty of perjury is not circumstantial evidence. It's direct evidence. So any of these knuckleheads and I get emails from these people all the time. It takes me about 10 seconds to file it in the file. 13. You know where that is, Um, any of these people you don't have any evidence? What do you call hundreds of sworn affidavits? These people just making that up because they don't want to go to prison. Yeah. What's wrong with these folks? All right, well, speaking of what's wrong with these folks, If you had two or three days, I could tell you everything that was wrong with Biden. But this is one thing that kind of hits close to home. Biden's proposed gun tax That personally, I think it's unconstitutional. Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden wants to put in place attacks on certain guns that people already own. Not attacks when they purchased the guns, but people that already owned the guns, according to one analysis, that plan of Biden's could cost Current not not future gun owners, but current gun owners across the country a total of $34 billion. Biden wants to enact legislation to ban the manufacture and sale of some kind of weapons, high capacity magazines. You know, it's sort of like, you know, I want a band. Let's ban knives and forks and spoons. Let's see that well, why, Rick because they're making people fat. Oh, okay. Got it. Hey, also plans to include those weapons into the National Firearm Act in order to impose a $200 tax for each gun. That someone already has not that they're gonna buy, but they already have them. Um, most of you know, a good friend of mine. David Prince owns ego gun ranges. Here in the Dallas area. I asked him to come on to talk about this because I don't know what the rest of the country is going to do. But I don't think the state of Texas Um, is gonna not often lie down on this. I don't think that's the case at all. We'll find out about Biden's proposed gun tax for people that I already own guns. I don't think this is constitutional. I'm Rick Roberts News talking 20. W B A P thistles!.

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"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"david prince" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"WB ap dot com. Okay, thank you very queer. Appreciate that, and we will take you back. For a news update to the W B A P news room at the top of the hour. In the meantime, it is Friday and you're on the Rick Robert show, and I appreciate so much of being along 1 802 88 w B A P. 1 802 889227. I always try to get his many calls in as I possibly can. In the last hour, Patrick and Buoy Texas How you doing? Hello, Patrick. I'm here. Can you hear me? Yeah, I've got you now. Thank you. Yeah, well, thanks for having me own Rick. Been long time listener. I appreciate that. My concern is, uh, is if Trump does not win this in the court. It doesn't turn this around. No Libertarian party will no longer need the minorities. Black Americans, Hispanics don't mean any more free stuff. They will need their votes. Okay. I'm Patrick. Patrick Kind of lost me, He said the new Libertarian Party? Yes. Okay? Tell me what you're talking about. Well, if if if they did that they could all these votes counted illegal votes. They will not me the good the free stuff away to get more votes. Left with the gay community. They won't. They won't care what they think. Okay, tell me. Give me give me the upshot Here you're saying because they successfully used voter fraud, whether it was Dominion or Over voting or better than that, like curing, they'll just cheat in the election instead of asking for someone's vote. Well, they'll get what they could give from the boat from the voters. But they're going to Ah, print what they don't get What they need is going Prem up. If they can get away with it this time. I think it's a big test on there, see if they can push this group and if they can are a lot of historic change. I see what you're saying. Yeah, Patrick. Good call. I I appreciate that. I see what you're saying now. Yeah. If this sham of a new election is allowed to stand Uh, the no election. There is no election integrity any longer. All right, people want and I appreciate the call very much. People won't trust the vote. Um, they won't believe the vote, though. Just assume that there's going to be, uh, Ballot harvesting ballot curing over voting ballot manipulation on and on and on or not, You're right, Patrick Aziz and I thank you for the call. As uh, Uh, lost my train of thought Here is Louise Harrington said This is not so much about the outcome, but rather the integrity of the vote. Patrick. Thank you for the call. David Rockwall. Dave, how you doing? Just just fine record. I appreciate the opportunity. Torto talk with you, I think I think there's a much bigger issue, and it did plays off of Patrick's call. The this country is literally under attack. From within. And that is not. The goal is not to have elections. And the Remember when Barack Obama was running for president. At least twice In two separate occasions, he bemoaned the fact that there wasn't a civilian army. As well equipped and it's well financed, has the regulars here as a regular military? And Sudden we're dealing with black lives matter and and teeth up, both of whom have just literally torn sections of this country apart physically, and they've been descended by the Democrats. At least they haven't been Taken to task. By the Democrats. And now we've got this election, which So it is ludicrous to assume that Joe Biden could draw that kind of support. Uh, You know, you know that. You know, David is well as I do. He didn't He didn't draw that kind of absolutely but Between the media and the Democratic Party, and some of these other people were told that he did. And that's the final straw Once you want, you can come away. But that kind of Cheating. On election then just just I can't remember his name now, but just like you said, you know, the election is superfluous. He just You just declaring whose Yeah, well, you won't. You won't need to have elections because you won't have a choice any longer, Dave. Very good call. You know, you can't tell me a guy that supports everything that Biden does got that kind of response. You've heard about Joe Biden's plan on taxing It'll be a second Amendment tax. It could hit gun owners if you own a gun. He wants to attack you. Biden's plan is the second Amendment tax, It could be upwards of $34 billion in fees. And I'm gonna contact good friend of mine. David Prince. It owns Eagle gun range on one Monday or Tuesday. See what he's heard about this. You know, Joe Biden wants to hit gun owners with a Second Amendment tax. It could be upwards of $34 billion, But like every good Democrat if he says 34 billion, he probably means a trillion won 800 to 88 W B A P 1 800 to 88. 92 7. Let's go to Tom and Raoul. Let Tom how you doing? Just one ring. I just want to pick up on a commented several people of alluded to, um What you're a Democrat or a Republican or liberal or leftist or conservative or libertarian. Wherever you are on that spectrum, I just asked, like, ask you one question. Aren't you curious as to what happened? Who's late Tuesday night. November 3rd. Because something did happen. I believe I know what happened. Yeah, absolutely. Well, I know you've said before that you were only here. I was actually listening to you. This is about 11, 15 or so And you remember that Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Georgia. They just the voting starts up the vote. Tell you stopped, you stopped. And I don't recall even in 2016 that that happened stopped. Uh, So, um, you know, Sidney Powell has this Rudy Giuliani has this about You know what they believe happened? Happen to lay there, right? But I'll just ask the low information voter no matter where you are. What label you You Call yourself something happened here. And just ask yourself..

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"david prince" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"david prince" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Elite. Frankly, that's motivating me even more. From Election Day. Four years ago, the mainstream media originating on a Manhattan and here in Washington, D. C. They have thrown off the shackles of pretend objectivity. They have re envisioned their role in the American political conversation from The New York Times, The Washington Post to the network news rooms to MSNBC and the once Believe it or not respected CNN. As I heard from a caller on Chris plant a couple of weeks ago, the fourth estate has revealed itself as 1/5 column. Well, said person whose name I can't remember. They stopped pretending to report the facts. They've become the voice of the resistance they've aligned. Their resource is their talents and whatever influence they've got left for one objection, and that's to end the Trump presidency. They try to undermine his inauguration. By publishing the steel dossier days before he was sworn in the narrative to the American people just moments before a new president took office was this guy is a traitor and a puppet. Over the Russian government. It was a complete lie, and it was incredibly destructive, but the damage was done. It led to anonymous leaks that suggested Trump was trying to stop an investigation into his campaign. He wasn't he fired James Comey for lying to him and deceiving him about the investigation that Barack Obama had initiated. James Comey was loyal to the past president. Not the current president. That's not how it works In the we keep hearing about the peaceful transition of power. James Comey never respected a peaceful transition of power because he was still carrying out the orders of the last president. So then the media screamed for a special counsel, and they got it. In the investigation, dragged out for over two years produced no evidence of any criminal conspiracy whatsoever between the Trump campaign and Putin. It doesn't matter Half the country still believes it's true because of the deceptions of the mainstream media. It led to an impeachment of President Trump over a stunt, a media stunt orchestrated by Adam Schiff and an anonymous still anonymous CIA operative. Think about that. An anonymous CIA operative began the process of removing the president United States because he leaked Partial information fabricated information. In fact, he completely mischaracterized. The conversation, a confidential phone call between the president and a foreign leader when an anonymous CIA operative Can mischaracterize a confidential phone call between the president, United States and a foreign leader and that leads to a full blown impeachment and that person's name is still protected because of the media. We've got a serious problem and we got to change it in this country. And you agree with me. I know you do. That's okay. This is where our boat comes in tomorrow. We're talking about a complete and total propaganda machine and it is this close to actually succeeding what they tried four years ago and what they've been trying to do. It's this close to finally ending the Trump presidency, and that's where we all come in. If you still can't find a reason to vote for Trump, because you don't like his tweets or some of the foul language he uses or his behaviour at the debate or his hairstyle or whatever it is, you don't like being grouped with the red hat crowd in their pickups and their trump flags. Okay, fine. There's nothing wrong with being more motivated to vote against someone or something. If you can't bring yourself to vote for a candidate, So here's what you gotta do vote against the media. Send the media a message. Tell him you will not be manipulated. You won't be dictated to you won't be patronised won't be condescended to and you won't be taken for granted. If you think our elite mainstream media needs riel and revolutionary reform, if you think they need to change the way they go about reporting on American politics, the best way to make that happen is to prove them all. The duplicitous lying fools. That they are And that's voting for Trump. You will save the country will revitalize the American media, which we truly do need in this country for the force to met First Amendment to survive and you will be voting against these elitists in Manhattan in D. C. Who look down on you and who think You are ignorant. And if anything, it will make for a very entertaining Tuesday evening on television and let's face it. We could use that right now. My final reason for voting for President Trump four years ago that I delivered to you. Was that it would make everyone in the media's heads explode. That stays the same this time around, and then some. You want to be on the side of those who want to be on the side of George Stephanopoulos. You want to be on the side of Jim Acosta. You want to be on the side of Don lemon. You want to stand shoulder to shoulder with those people? Because that's what you'd be doing if you voted for Joe Biden, or if he didn't vote or if you sat it out, or if you voted for, you know a libertarian or you wrote in the name of Ronald Reagan. Don't do that. I know it's motivating to vote against someone. So so here Here's your motivated innovation vote against the mainstream media. Who hate you so much. Send them a message. So how about you? Are you voting for the president? Are you voting against? Biden. 6 30 out. David Prince William County, Dave, You're first up here on W m A l. A Larry. Thanks for taking the call. Yes, sir. Ah! I've got to save it to them before I voted for Bush that was first presidential election was able to voting since then. I've been voting against the other candidate. Yeah, In 2016. It was I voted for Trump. But just because I could not stand Hillary, right, right this kind now that seeing him in San help. Great. The country has changed even in spite of the pandemic. It is fantastic to see. And I am finally voting for candidate again. Yeah, so like, for instance, in 2012, you weren't enthusiastic about Mitt Romney. You were voting against Barack Obama. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah, you now don't I get that? I do so it feels good, doesn't it? It does. It finally is, like a purpose. Finally, eh? Sorry. I'm Going for not because the lesser of two evils, but right, actually, even it and I actually see it so You know, the economy has been phenomenal over the last A couple of years, Even with the pandemic, you know, the rebound has been strong from what I've seen. Yeah, No, Absolutely. We talked about that with Monica Crowley last week. It is. It is the quintessential V shaped recovery. All right, Dave, we'll leave it there. And the only way that recovery continues is if you stay on this track, all right. How about Richard and Bristowe? Go ahead. Richard. You're next up on Anyway, Thanks for taking my call. So I unequivocably wholeheartedly endorsed President Trump this time around. I voted for in weeks ago, But I also voted against the liberal establishment, the ones that every American conservative or Republican. Or not going about the Democrat line. They call us chumps. Joe Biden called the people exercising their first Amendment rights off their hordes at his rally or gathering. I guess it was a coffee class or something. Yeah, attendants showed up. Call them chops. You called that one guy that the Democrats and salt the average American. Trump on ly insult other politicians. He never insult the No. Yeah, he doesn't insult the voters property from the Democrats. Yet. Richard is a great point. Your phone dropped out, and I've got to leave it there for you. You do make a great point. It's funny. It goes all the way back to. Frankly, John McCain. You know the infamous thing that Trump said about John McCain that so many people found objectionable and I understood why this objectionable But remember, he was responding to the fact not the fact that John McCain had criticized Donald Trump it. John McCain had criticized the people the voters who came out Trumps rally and it goes all the way up to Hillary calling you deplorable and Joe Biden calling you bad people and chumps. They always end up insulting you, The voter, you the people, we the people. If Trump is insulting and abrasive, it's always against a politician. Or a media figure..

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"david prince" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"david prince" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"All about ethics and artificial intelligence with my good friends and colleagues and fellow analysts Joseph DePaolo Tonio and Neil Raden and done deal I'll bring you back and Joseph was gonna get my mind rolling there in that last segment talking about this ethical framework and how it could be very useful in helping us in our day to day human behavior right that's the whole thing about ethics Duke doesn't ethical standard actually in bed itself in your behavior in your decision making process and then I had my bit of it apparently there that yeah actually we could see this articulated through our technologies through Microsoft teams for example which tells you when you're not getting enough alone time that enough focus time on your apple iPhone when it tells you that you know you should sit up or walk around or things of this nature which is I mean it's kind of weird but it's kinda cool I don't know what your thoughts on all that deal I don't completely agree I think that it's not like self improvement or yoga or eating a paleo diet I think there's an essential tension between the can comic aspects of A. I. in the ethical aspects today and the people who are producing it up are producing it to make money and then there's also the unintended consequences a good example there's a lot right now about the ability of a I like to do a better job finding cancer tumors in breast cancer than the best radiologists well you might think that that's a good idea but the problem is what happens after that is not necessarily such a good idea people end up getting a lot of unnecessary treatment the organization's inflate their ten year survival because the early detection is ten years before but it turns out the mortality isn't the same thing so was it really a good thing and I think those are the kind of questions that need to be answered but the push of technology and the push of science it's not really paying attention to it I I also think that there's this there's this agonizing desire to push this thing forward one thing that I'm doing a concert with somebody else's we've developed an actuarial A. I. certification program so we actually go out to insurance companies and train them for a few days about all the bad things we can do and hopefully guide them to sort of the good things they can do but on a daily basis they're under pressure to do things that have to do with making money for the organization so it's not it's not a perfect situation the other thing is is that you know the E. U. is way ahead of this and putting out ideas about this also has the office of the the president's office is something which was a joke by the way anything and if that wasn't already said before it had no cheese of the OECD which represents thirty seven countries but now you have some states like New York and California and so forth that are going off on their own but the one that really troubles me is that Washington state just signed into law about facial recognition and if you read the document it looks really good the problem with it was it was written by Microsoft now Microsoft is out lobbying all the other states to adopt it and when when you get down to the nitty gritty there there's some things in it they're not okay I think that this clause that said something about you can do it without a warrant if there's called exigent circumstances exist what the hell is that me right so this is your trouble this is a struggle it's gonna be it's gonna be a union all the way and I don't think that developing frameworks out of the blue really gonna be that valuable yeah I know this is the peak of a really good point right but it and this is kind of the issue of trying to wrangle with myself here as we think through all this and maybe Joseph I'll bring you back in here yeah Neil is is basically alluding to what I see happening as well but it goes a bit deeper right and it goes deeper because we have these companies to suffer companies that are so incredibly powerful Google YouTube of course part of Google Facebook linked in this part of Microsoft now so Microsoft has a huge influence on on organizations and you know I I'm reminded all get philosophical here with you because I was a philosophy double major myself way back when and to win the obamacare the affordable Care Act is being debated I got on a plane that was flying somewhere and I was reading louts suse understanding the mysteries which is fascinating stuff I'm a big fan of of eastern philosophy and eastern thought and I was thinking about the affordable Care Act and open up the book and the first thing I read was when the laws are complex the bandits will abound right this is three thousand years ago this guy wrote that stuff three thousand years ago so a thousand years before Christ and of course the orients this guy's writing when the laws are complex the bandits will abound and I remember I said that one time two of my partner Dr robin Bloor it always has such interesting things his comment was do you know how many laws the penalties it's like no you said seven of course the polyphonic code which shot is still alive in some form today at least in spirit in the Louisiana but the idea was that what the pollen saw as I understand it was that because it becomes so complex yet to start over I need a new coat for governments and I almost feel like we're at that point right now and you see it all this conversation about ethics it's everywhere and it's it's a very hot topic today not just for artificial intelligence for data for commerce for international relations at cetera so I I think we are at this really important time if you look at the history of mankind over the past even three five thousand years or so this is a very strange time now we're clearly at an inflection point because of the internet because the technologies like artificial intelligence at Starbucks so I'll just kind of throw it over to you is a is a big fat softball coming your way what do you think about all that and and do we need to to frankly look very hard and and meeting fully at the nature of laws and regulations in our country around the world right now Eric you really kind of a wild there with that conversation I know I know quite well I got outside the roads here but testing the boundaries well that's a good boundary yeah I mean do we go back to the code of Hammurabi as opposed to the number only on a coat and a look at the evolution from those early days too when Napoleon said things have gotten too complex what simplify it to seven basics and somewhere in the middle there were the ten commandments and how do we look at this I think that reset and you know you mentioned at the beginning of the program about Kobe nineteen and what the pandemic is doing the things right now with that give us a real hard reset or is that going to lead to even more complexity in the regulatory environment one thing we all sure has this tendency to look very much within our own culture and not really look at cultures beyond our own there are one hundred and ninety some countries in the world today there are thousands of different cultures Wendy Oxford morality project derive their seven basic rules of morality that they felt were common they looked at six hundred cultures well there's that's only six hundred but also one of the interesting things from that the talks directly to what you're saying the fit of their sentence is deferred authority and when I heard that I thought no I in my culture is your question authority I'm an old hippie I mean one of my favorite course in college was anarchy one oh one right it'll at winning a deferred to authority as a universal moral code but if you look at it from the standpoint of don't run a red light because you're going to get into an accident that's different authority if you look at it from the standpoint of trying to follow this myriad of complex walls that are on the books you're going to run into things like get in Wilkesboro Pennsylvania you're still not allowed to graze your goats on the town square right and in Pennsylvania overall you still have trouble worse in front of your car with the green flag on a horse I need your car with a red flag to let other carriages know you're coming worthless carriage that's still on the books that never went away wow so this layer of complexity is certainly happening and how do we contact us how do we look at things as Neil was talking about this new Washington regulation but written by Microsoft and one thing I kinda look especially in that area straightforward mission have you ever read David prince the transparent society now that's a really interesting take and it's I think it's over twenty years old articles written in the nineteen nineties I have to double check that about how the only way to avoid trading our privacy for our freedom is by opening up the surveillance state show that anyone can see to it but anyone can draw from it as well one of the recurring themes and some of his future society books are holder people are who used the cameras on their cell phones to protect themselves from muggers more from nasty teenagers kind of the clockwork orange troops who might be attacking them they work after cellphone said I'm streaming your to the nearest police station right right now so how do we balance the privacy in the transparency how do we do it conveniently how do we make sure we're secure and how do we build those regulations indoor frameworks no you you mentioned that you felt the building frameworks out of the blue work going to help but I don't know any other way of actually I mean these things into our A. I. one of the things I look at it is because inference and to me the ability to bring calls inference into machine learning algorithms through directed acyclic graphs such that they understand the causation may become explainable as they move towards cognition means that we can go from contextual is Asian to cognition through calls or in French if we understand and if the A. R. A. if we ever get to that point can understand how both the consequence of their effect anyone and how can we understand the call as a matter of fact so we get these calls consequence diagrams that we used to use in system engineering with ball in logic how do we build that in through directed acyclic graphs and graph algorithms use knowledge graphs that Neil mentioned into.

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V. bunch tax coming in here people talk about whether or not you can go out to eat and have a nice dinner with your wife your son your daughter your friend by yourself one of my favorites let's go to the bar yes and have a nice sandwich and drink a beer and live your dream I'm not doing it but I know when was the last meal you had we outside of your home a week ago Sunday night night but now I picked up I picked up Giordano's this week solid okay so you're bringing food I am bringing food to come out in and we've done I I I basically have taken out a third mortgage for the amount of food that we purchased at my home I mean it's unbelievable yeah we've got everything going on in there from rice and beans to orange juice to apple sauce to frozen waffles too but you know what this is it's like everyone is making their own decisions on what to do it's sort of like when it comes to Jewish holidays I feel like for us it's like you know everybody's got their own rules and how they do it I think that that's the same sort of thing with this it's like some people I know are staying in isolation and they bought enough food for a month and they're just gonna ration it this far as they can go so I mean that's the most extreme but then there are other people who are saying you know what I'm going out to eat there are some people saying that they were taking in food you know I think that I did I did go to the grocery store for us a couple of days ago and then yesterday I went to get a generous also which turned into forty five minutes in line at the grocery store because the Marriott I was that I went to the entire island and I'm not exaggerating this isn't like you know like they were almost they were literally out zero paper towels toilet paper here's my thing like let's say you're gonna isolate for a month then you're not gonna go out okay let's let's just suggest that maybe this is what some people are doing because I know that this is what some people are doing how many rolls of toilet paper would one need to properly use a facility C. for one month like are we talking about or is the average person in need of seven hundred rolls of toilet paper I have a totally different take on the toilet paper thing without getting too graphic here if you're at home and you're worried about conserving things aren't you being a little bit more creative on how and when and how you're getting yourself clean I mean what is wrong with being in the bathroom to take a quick shower and now you're just concerned everything I I don't I don't think that's a bad play if you what why are you you were so worried about that if you're sending the danger if you're if you're really that concerned about the toilet paper then be a little bit more creative with the toilet paper now you're you're conserving stuff like yeah I think the most dire situations that would be probably what you don't need to be that dire I think it's a president that's a prudent decision I thought it it added a little creativity to my day let's get Dave in Crown Point here on seven twenty WGN what's up Dave well first so I totally agree with the the bathroom thing I I schedule my trips to the bathroom right before I take a shower right I'm with you on that thank you my wife makes fun of me all the time I'm sixty three years old so the first thing I remember is Kennedy okay all the way through nine eleven Katrina and everything else but this thing we had we had a warning that this is going to happen I think you know it started private thanksgiving time is only first started talking about this is we know that there is a possibility of it coming over to United States and we didn't do a damn thing about it we didn't start preparing we're bored being we're being very active right now instead of being proactive right but I'm really I'm really concerned about our government not handling this the correct way David prince it's not a joke it's serious right Dave prison phone call and it was a lot of people feel that way and they're doing everything that they can right now to make the situation go away as soon as possible so within when I watch these press coverage is right now for the president to J. B. to me but Pritzker yep not not Jordan were filled with JB Pritzker to data policy being up there yeah and all the medical professionals it seems to me like everybody's I'm on board you're getting you're getting a lot of bi partisanship going on in the house with with the crown of a is moving for the qualifiers bill however they going to support businesses and this is going to tuck well Hey listen yeah but I I don't I do too it seems wrong to me just of like look let's not make this me to this point it is political at all like right this is all about people coming together to help people like I saw a beautiful tweet from Rebecca Mehra on Twitter who I've never heard of and Rebecca is a professional runner she's a Stanford alum she's a public policy nerd and she's a breakfast burrito enthusiasts now I might bring up Rebecca Mehra Rebecca Mehra was in a supermarket it out in Oregon and there is an old couple in their eighties who are sitting in the in the parking lot and they're terrified in their car to go into the supermarket and they they all rolled down the window and they yell Hey can you please come over here she walks over they hand Rebecca a hundred dollar bill and say can you go into the store for us were afraid to go in and buy us X. groceries the and she handled they they handed over a list she went into the store bought the groceries put it in the trunk of their car given their change and she's been on a bunch of shows all across the country but like that's great that you know that you it makes you it's just beautiful right right it is you know what though there's for all of those stories unfortunately there's so few people that would do such a thing but it's wonderful that she did that and we need more of that I mean right now it really bad I want to say that I would hope that I would do that if I wouldn't do that what a terrible person I don't know but I don't rate I'd be afraid to see the thing is like right now I think we're all thinking about our elderly family whoever that is and making sure that they are cared for and it's not listed obviously this can affect anybody and not just elderly family but all the things that we're learning is that if your immune system is compromised or you're older you're more susceptible you know we need to be careful we need to help people out I mean this is the I mean I you know we're all saying the world to be able to get through this if we get through it together I think that's true even as we all have to quote unquote isolates from others we do need to be able to help people so that they can survive I mean I think that we're all in this situation right now where this is I don't unprecedented life events where people need to step up and help each other out I've also seen depending and we can play we're trying we're offering getting a doctor on the show for you tonight as well we're gonna have a psycho a coaching gentleman on talk about rights can be with us at seven thirty to talk about it the handling the isolation part of Oregon Avenue Trish this on as far as what you should be eating what vitamins you should be taking to get yourself through this as a safely as possible so we're doing a ton of things tonight and we're also effort in getting on somebody in the medical profession as well but I've listened to a ton of doctors talk about this and they say that yes old people that's a huge concern but if you're in your forties or wherever don't go running around thinking that it could happen to you either well you heard Pritzker today with respect to you know I just heard it and David Jennings newscast at all the the young people that are out at the bars for St Patrick's day I make myself some like a two hundred years old I'm probably ten years older than the people that are out right now but the point is you know right now we're in a situation where younger people probably feel like well this won't happen to me or to worry about it and you might not get sick but if you have it and you visit to a parent or a grandparent or you come into contact with somebody that is susceptible to this illness then you are in effect putting a lot of other people right in harm's way and so you know we all have to make decisions about what we want to do but I think you know trying to find ways to help others is what's going to help us get through this probably in the most effective way newsroom is telling us that Donald trump's account corona virus tests come back negative thank you David Jennings news okay full news report coming up course it's seven o'clock let's get Mike in Frankford on seven twenty WGN Mike go ahead my friend gentleman is doing a set amount were you know I think instead of toilet paper these people should be fighting vitamins I hate I did I got my vitamin a vitamin D. a vitamin C. M. oregano Mike you proud of me on Friday I think you know you just need your portal you know you very well you know oranges well that I'm crushing oranges Mike I got great fruits I got pull I got blueberries I got blackberries he's got he's got oregano Basil Rosemary thyme these like spice and a check in on the stock I'm not I'm not going into this year on your mushrooms a little damp are you are you doing the same thing might not always be cruise I don't touch me believe ninety investable Barbara day all right Hey thank so I'm in my garage and you guys thanks a lot my brakes until my leader rail broadband anyone are gonna try to leave my brakes Jeez and I thought I need that you know what's going to happen with the society with his current employers you ever see the movie the omega man which album has been I've not seen the omega man but I'm gonna try and watch the omega man because it's kind of just bring out what's actually gonna happen all right is it on Netflix you can probably find it on Netflix yeah mega man got it thank you my open has been okay thanks my internet surveys in it also eliminates survey aerial television series with David Janssen all right Mike you got anybody over there would you hang out are you solo right now all super bold leader valve which is again a new master cylinder to finish my break the bank my blazer I'm just actually I'm standing in the middle of this beautiful snow falls from the snowfall we had all year there you go there you go all right might be safe pre **** you got us all in the streets everything's quiet yeah illness world arms and even the score also takes much three she had what the what the leader Ralph idea asking me you yeah I you know your leader valves don't don't Plaks slow don't quite close trying to get over your Basil pills I believe they smell amazing when you got when you unscrew the cap of the Basil tell you know you feel like you I've got so healthy like a high end hail and I'm like yes and no one is taking me down man although this is just wishful thinking I don't know Hey I'm going to stand here all right jumped to what's going on up here your call as well three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred more current.

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