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"david pull" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yeah. Just sign up for any or all of these classes. Go to our website wait and wellness that calm. So before break Britney you were talking about Dr David pull mutters quote, and I think it's I think you have to repeat that because it's a pretty amazing isse. So, he said that study after study shows that high cholesterol reduces Your risk for brain disease and increases longevity. Another important statement. He made his high levels of dietary fat. Of course, the healthy kind sad Caroline and I have been talking about Has been proven to be key to healthy and peek brain function. Again because most of our brain is fat. So if you want to learn more about brain and inflammation We're brain inflammation and brain function. Dr. David Parameters book Green brain. It's packed full of valuable information. A lot of lot of people really liked that book and learn. Learn many new things, and he really encourages people to stay away from fast foods because of the use of the refined oils, even in salad dressings. Most salad dressing has Soybean oil? Yeah, not know something like that. Of men, of course, french fries. You know anything fried. You have that refined oil. But then they're using that oil again and again, which just creates more damaged. And simply put, you know, bad fats lead to a bad brain, right? Exactly. So I just want to expand a little bit on that whole cholesterol thing, because I know that And even in my family life my father was on cholesterol lowering medication for I don't know, but a zoo long as I can remember, anyway, or at least as long as I kind of noticed my entire adult life, I would say for sure, and he lived until he was 93. But as soon as he started showing signs Of the dementia and Alzheimer's. What they did You take him off of his cholesterol lowering medication taken office, Staten and I was really surprised. Yeah, that probably happened. Maybe. 8 to 10 years before he he passed away. So Wow, They know there's a connection where there is a kind of reaction. So that's why we or at least you know, one of the reasons we really don't like Staten or any of those cholesterol lowering medications, so Anyway. And I know there was another nutritionist or dietitian in our group that also had that experience with their father, You know, so there's got to be Thats gotta be better ways right to deal with what is a perceived cholesterol problem. So Britney, I think it's time that we kind of move on now and talk about more of that joint pain and inflammation. Because oftentimes our clients tell me, you know, my doctor told me I should lose way to take the stress off of my joints. How often do we hear this all the time all the time, But they say Oh, if you do that, they won't hurt well. You know, losing a little bit of weight or a lot of weight? It's gonna help a bit. Yeah, but it is not going to take away all of that pain, You know, putting less pressure on your hips. So your back or your knees? Yeah, of course. Time. Time again. Our clients tell us After they followed the weight and wellness plan of eating real food. Now they really reduced that pain. So that said, it's you know, it's not just the extra pounds lost. That is going to reduce some Of that joint pain, maybe maybe not very much. But it's getting those inflammatory foods out of their diet out of their meals. That's going to take most of that joint pain and inflammation away. And we said How? How many times do we see that? Yeah, all the time at the time all the time. And in typically for people to lose weight. They need to stop eating sugar all the time and and flour based products and research tells US sugar causes inflammation. There's there's no denying that at all. No, no, no. And if you experiment a little bit with that you can tell Yes, you know absolutely. I mean, you've heard if you're a regular dishing up nutrition listener, you've heard us say it time and time again. But I'm gonna say it again. We really recommend you cut out the cake, ice cream, pop muffins, candy, beer, wine pancakes, cookies, chips, granola bars. Crackers but about those flavored mochas. Any of those flavored Connie drinks? Yeah, right. And it might be hard for you to believe. But it is possible toe live and enjoy life without those treats, and you may even become pain free and I have a lot of clients that are able to significantly reduce their pain or and some that completely eliminate it by eliminating those inflammatory foods. And then they test the waters. They eat something, you know a couple of times, and then they realize it's not worth it. It is so not worth it. Yeah, I have a lot of clients the same thing I say, Well, Why don't you experiment a little bit? You've been so good that when they go Oh, can I now have whatever their three days the chips that that that side of a client like I think I like three clients last week that I want chips. I want chips. That's the salty, crunchy. You know, E go well. You can experiment and see how you feel. But take note journal drills for a couple days before and then decide you're gonna have that treat. And I want you to journal after And what happens, they come back and they say, Oh, I've decided to go away. I just felt so horrible after having that Treat. Hmm. That I know I shouldn't be doing that anymore. Yeah. So, Yeah, it's amazing what happens when they start experimenting a little bit and listening to their body? Yes. I mean, people are especially. I think individuals with chronic pain. You get so good at just ignoring what their bodies saying because they're just trying to get through life. Yeah, and so, like you said, taking a step back listening to what your body is telling you. You can learn a whole lot by doing that exactly. So perhaps you're struggling with that information and have a lot of joint pain and you want to get back to some of your favorite habits and past times without any of that hurting. Maybe you want to play tennis again, or hiker. Be out walking your dog or play with your grandchildren. It might be time to look at what you're drinking. Of course, a lot of those sweet drinks and stuff. Or eating. That would call that we would call those air Those inflammatory foods that we're talking about. Now I fear drinking soda. Several times a week. We encourage you to give it up because we know That soda is very inflammatory. And a lot of people do have to just do that Cold turkey. Yeah, Yeah. So, Britney, what are some of the strategies that you use with clients to get them off the pop soda? Well, I always ask them. What do you like about it? Is that The fizzy the sweet, the caffeine. Is it a habit? Is it a craving? For some? It's an addiction. And they don't even know it's an idea. Yeah, exactly. Then we can try to find some replacements. You know, Sparkling water works well for some people. Unsweetened iced. Yeah, I was going to say the answer it nice. He I find works for a lot of people. So whatever we can substitute, you know, just Just to get them. You know, one step closer to giving that up, and then I have people to that. I say, Well, if you can't give it up cold turkey, most people actually really struggled with that. Obviously, a few clients can do it, but I say. Just let's work on cutting back. Yeah, we know. I know. I have a client that was drinking. I think it was eight. Tom's a day and she suffered from migraines every single day, and they were debilitating. All she did was give up the pop and she couldn't do it. Cold Turkey. But by the time she didn't have any popular, she no longer had migraines. And she just remember her face..
David Paull On Behavioural Storytelling
"Its well known that today's customers and employees far more sophisticated far more astute than ever before. Today's customers and employees are far more informed. But how can you make sure that they are correctly. Informed moreover ethically informed in such a way that they become evangelical about your organization about your brand about what you do. We'll stay tuned because that's exactly where we're going. You see our guest on today's episode. Is david poll. Now david pull is the founder of lillian. Labs and dial smith. David's air experienced davies. Lives at the strange and powerful intersection between sales marketing and research. You see lilly. Labs lillian. labs drama lillian. Labs is a quantitative research agency specializing in concept product and message testing while dial smith technology. That's used to capture real time opinion moment to moment to understand people's motivations and predict their behavior. His company's technology has among other things worked on getting instant feedback on. Us presidential debates specifically on what moves an audience at any specific time. David is team have helped media companies and customer product giants test and refine that products from concept testing and product development to content research and pilot testing. David has developed a communication framework called behavioral storytelling. Which will go into in quite a bit of detail that helps you to craft stories and narratives designed to influence them persuade based on how people process information and make decisions. David is also a sought after speaker and has presented repeatedly at story conference insights sociation. Many other research industry events ladies and gentlemen. Please put your hands together and helping da. Thank you thank you for having me and for that very very generous introduction. You're very welcome. David now where we always like to start. The show is by asking this question in this world. Full of influences in social media. And everybody's everybody's an employer and every every minute dogs and expert. Who is somebody who's been had a major influence on you who somebody who's really impacted your leadership and it may be somebody that we have never heard over net would know. Maybe it is. But maybe isn't that's a good question. I mean certainly a lot of the big names that people would know but for me. Most influential was a manager. That i had when i moved from more traditional Outside sales which is where. I started my career into market research and i was brought in to lead an organization and i was a little young in a little green at the time. Frankly i think part of part i think was by salesmanship was part of how i got the gig in the first place so i had to grow into it a little bit and i was also very ambitious and i was pushing pushing pushing. Not only those who are working with me and for me but also those above me to help me grow throughout the organization and I remember it very clearly. One day this manager of mine. Who i really liked and respected. He took me aside and he said one word to me and that word was patience. Just wanted to slow me down a little bit and remind me that The value of patients is tremendous not only with those on the team and the speed with which we have to get things done but also for my own sake and really taking things one step at a time not trying to leapfrog things and really just taking breath and being more patient and of all the lessons i've had in my career and there have been many. That's the one that i keep coming back to. I find most often when i find myself. Getting a little revved up a little anxious and wanting to push things a little harder. I just remember the that word in that moment because it really did help me a lot. It really grounded me and change the way. I looked at things and from there. I think my career path was actually smoother and and everything progressed at a very a very nice reasonable peso. How old were you when you got the advice. I got that advice in my early thirties. Because that's pretty solid advice. No doubt about it but it's pretty hard advice to swallow when you when we're young because when we young it's like everything's in hurry and i've been in. I've been in outside sales my whole career. I've been wrestling since a teenager working in managing retail through college. And then i went right into outside sales literally knocking on office doors and getting thrown out of office building so Came up the hard way through sales and you really can't be terribly patient with that. You've got a quota to make and your incomes based on command. Go go go.
"david pull" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition
"Are so important and and even in Non Cova Times. Yes. Schedules for children are extremely important. They all they really function so much better. You know when you they know what to expect and you do too So I'm sure you have all heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Heard that one. at first, you know it may be really difficult to get your kids to eat what is considered real food at breakfast that will help them boost their focus motivation and moods all day some kids they just want a big of cereal for breakfast, right? Do that. It is definitely not a good healthy balanced breakfast for developing good brainpower. Also because of the number of CARBS, it's a breakfast that we would call kind of weight gaining breakfast and Statistics. Show that about one-third of teens today are overweight or obese. We'll caroline how many carbs are in two cups of cereal or your average bowl of cereal. I'm sure many of you are going to be a little bit shocked to hear that just two cups of dry cereal. Before the milk is added to that has approximately fifty five grams of carps. That breaks down to fourteen teaspoons of sugar, and again, that doesn't include the milk because there's carbs and milk right? Naturally occurring ones while there's nothing wrong with eating some carbs for your breakfast, it is much better to limit the number of carbs to around thirty grams or less. Because the CARBS will not keep your child's blood sugar balanced throughout the morning to help you. to help with staying alert or preventing those energy depths that can cause a lack of focus or a lack of concentration. So, if you're not having Syria, what do you suggest caroline? Well, you know it's almost time for a break. Lou I. Back. So you are listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness because of covid nineteen, we are finding that more and more people are interested in gaining more knowledge about what to eat to support good health and especially what to eat to support good immune function. For that reason, I want to tell you a little bit about the book I have on my nightstand. I'm just love this book brain maker by Dr David Pull Mutter. I find this book. So fascinating, there's so much information about what I should eat to help my memory as I age. So I am confident that brain maker will have the information you want about the foods to eat to support good health and the foods to eat to support good immune function, and we'll be right back. Dishing up nutrition. then. Spur.
"david pull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"W N. Y C and now a history segment. That's largely about one day in the history of the culture wars. 50 years ago this spring that my guest says was pivotal in moving the country toward where we are today. It's in a new book by political analyst David Pull Pune. Its main focus is the day of May, 8th 1970 when a big anti Vietnam War demonstration in lower Manhattan was met by a large group of construction workers, many of them involved in building the World Trade Center and the confrontation lead. Well. The name of the book is the hard hat Riot, Nixon, New York City and the dawn of the White Working class Revolution. The New Yorker historian Jill LePore. Close the book riveting Democratic strategist James Carville cause it perhaps the best book ever written on how Democrats lost the White working class. It's The New York Times recommended book for this summer. David Paul Kuhn has served as the chief political writer for CBS News Online, Been a senior political writer for Politico and chief political correspondent at Real Clear politics, David Thanks for coming on with us again, Welcome back to WN. My C Thanks so much, Brian. It's a pleasure set the scene for us. May 8th 1970 what was going on in the Vietnam War and what was going on in the protest movement. Absolutely. I think we have to widen the lens a little bit to April 20th 1970 Nixon pledges to withdraw 150,000 troops Thie antiwar movement is flagging. Ah, newspapers, such as the Chicago to Tribune declared that Nixon talked like a man who believes the war's over 10. Days later, Nick's announces the incursion into Cambodia. It's upheaval. Unlike anything CNN years across the nation. The anti war movement reinvigorates You know, there's there's roti facility. ROTC facilities are ransacked and fire bomb from Maryland, Oregon State. And then that leads into Kent State on Monday, May 4th there had been in that unknown place in Ohio. Relatively, there have been disorder sort of a cross the weekend and effectively on Monday, the tragic 13 seconds where Ford students die, including Most tragically, Perhaps most famously, I should say was the young man from Plainview Long Island, a suburb of New York City, Jeffrey Miller, who was in that most infamous of photographs and then but at the same time, so the antiwar movement that invigorates as it never had. And Ah, at meanwhile uh, New York City Well, I should just say to an extent that we came and imagine today and that it from firebombs across the country, which causes the Dow Jones to fall. Have its worst loss since she have Kay was assassinated. And then, basically throughout the week, there's throughout New York City that the Internal Moon is in the streets. The movement itself meaning just activist themselves on the laughter in the streets there, battling with police, etcetera. At the same time, downtown New York City is going through a second skyscraper age to quote the New York Times architecture critic at the time. A modern financial district that we see now it was being built most famous is you know the World Trade Center so by an accident of history into a space lessen us killed kilometer wide because there's no Battery Park City. Two groups that were unfathomable to each other at the time, construction workers and the uh what? We'll just call them hard, perhaps a shorthand, and then we'll just call. We'll just allow for another shorthand hippies. Our condensed into this little space and as anti war movement has invigorated like never before the Ah, the construction workers who are disproportionately a majority of them are veterans. There's 5000 of them just at the World Trade Center alone there disproportionate Veterans of Career World War two, some of Vietnam They're much more likely than the protesters to have kin and kind in the war, And obviously there's been brooding strain between. Actually, I should say not. Obviously, there's been brooding strain between these two classes. Of traditional Democratic constituencies for years, and it explodes that Friday, May 8th the 25th anniversary. I should note a V E day and it's a moment were really the old left attack. The new How much of a claim do you make about this being a turning point in the politics of Democrats, Republicans and the white working class. Don't use that word turning point for us. Well, I think that's absurdly overused. I don't think there are many turning points in history. Most historical moments we call turning points have antecedents. Cultural populism. For example, the Republican Party which we're seeing displayed at the current convention goes back to the wigs in 18 40. So I I would say I write about it as a microcosm in this moment when Democrats lose Ah, sort of the old laughed and the FDR Coalition fractures. This is the most Potent, cinematic and violent and brutal moment that captures this fissure between The old iconic FDR Democrat and let's just call it the McGovern Coalition. Which eventually becomes the Democratic coalition. But first in those years was actually the John Lindsay Coalition. Mayor John Muncie Liberal Republican. In fact, at the time, I thought, well, you portray both sides as truly believing they were the true Patriots. They have different notions of what that meant. And on the surface. This was about the Vietnam War, but so often Culture war conflicts about lots of things when you scratch below the surface. Turn out to be about race. And you know, the subtitle of your book is about how the Democrats lost the white working class. So to what degree would you say, Races a subtext in this, which might have been mostly between white construction workers and white what you call hippies. Well, first of all, Let's just say that It's impossible one..
"david pull" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The Hoover Police Department in connection with the Friday shooting inside the Mall. Hoover PT announcing that King Gary Williams and Dimitrius Jackson, both 19 years old, turned themselves in. They both been charged with capital murder. Governor King Ivy awarding millions of dollars to nursing homes. The money will fund Corona virus monitoring. She says Taking care of the elderly is critical and Corona virus related hospitalizations are at record levels. In this day at UAB. Dr Michael SAG is watching the numbers move higher. 55 60 cases a couple weeks ago, too early eighties of last week and now 92. The question is, where does it in and that's what has everybody concerned, he says. Everyone should stay home as much as possible and wear a mask went out in public. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. Thank you very much. It is 8 35 Alabama's boarding news. Let's say, David, pull up. Cut 10 here. This is the captain Crazy Fourth of July weekend lots going on, No doubt about it people out and join the Fourth of July celebrations. Ah, you know, on the lake, you know, fireworks displays across country and a mom in Tampa was out on a pontoon boat with her family and the fourth of July. When she went into labor. She ended up giving birth right there on the boat. He was ready. I haven't delivered that fast over our friends and we were on the boat. We're driving and just tracking our Children that we had on the boat. So my husband had called 911 They were walking and through it. The baby's head was coming out. The medics actually got on the boat right when they needed to be so about a minute later. They delivered the baby. Oh, congratulations, Senator Stand both Mom and baby are just doing fine. Love this story to cut 21 here. David, 11 year old girl in Houston named Lily has been running a nonprofit called Lily's Toy box. It sends toys to kids who need him. Well, she started that three years ago after Hurricane Harvey. She got it going, But now, she said them the first responders. Just for somebody.
"david pull" Discussed on KCRW
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"david pull" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Yeah David pulls contracted ninety six was still look at itself money at the time but like you think about now I mean it and listen I'm not crying for the Yankees because we have and they are making money hand over fist and we haven't even gotten to like the gambling money that at some point is going to use all of our professional sports and it's going to make a go absolutely crazy no one cried for the Yankees but I got to spend more they have to spend more and I don't think I am I want to read it right that's insane Cole was built a west coast you can say whatever you want you want to be on the west coast too that's right that he's gay men made it worth his while yeah I think it worked out and will get a one one title not because of the okay you we decrepit roster you know you you want to bring a CC they they got one but not because it's the nationals have won eight cece's contract work out yes it did but you won one not because I don't know but I don't care that we today's for five years okay about your but your but means nothing to me see that either you do in a in a in a word let me quote a great philosopher iota do or do not try that out we young emerging decrepit teen idol that shot that's our question for you do you feel like the Yankees are doing business as usual or do you feel like the Yankees are actually it on Gerrit Cole I don't even know what business as usual is actually that is that spending or not this is the biggest pump fake ever he's Paul taken he's put it out there he's going to do something else say you know what I'll Yankee fans are going to be disappointed not that I think that the Yankees care one hundred some games again and in the end they go to based on face the twins twins will be good is gonna be some surprise same they'll beat them in in a face to ask roles in any go so you know what I guess what you don't have a camera you more you know what what you tell over here they have Socrates I'll have to have a good no Saddam is but again the plan B. is going after we get of this fan base is going to take it calls up eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six do you think that this is as bart said one big pump fake from Brian Cashman we want to hear from your company live for the town fair tire studios powered by town fair tire nobody beats sound fair tire nobody you main menu for all out of control it's we have a false I already read that one okay but there's more ways one of federal sports book about that money lines spreads parlays totals props teasers and more federal sports book is tons of that types available every single day plus they always offer unique betting promos to spice up game day like boosted odds school buses Hey how about Evansville last night that is the twenty five point underdog I did notice that I did man hi fired up the federal sports will get up on that one I was too busy watching the nets look at the Nixon was ever that slows hi.
"david pull" Discussed on AP News
"W F A, as Michael and Michelle pull from Fort Worth had arrived in VGA, or may twenty two and taken to a hospital after they became ill. But that condition worsened despite medical care. And they died within a few days of each other. The ministry said it's working with various groups to try to determine what caused the deaths. Relative has told. W F A, the David pull was Ethel veteran, and they were both physically fit. I'm Charleston with asthma. Eighteen. I'm Tim McGuire. Eighteen. Wha President Trump's tariff threat against Mexico draws criticism from GOP senators saga megani. With more president's threatened to impose tariffs on Mexico next week and immigration fight top Mexico sheters are now here in Washington up dimissed. They can work out a deal to avoid them. The president says maybe but I think it's more likely that the tariffs go on GOP lawmakers are worried that would raise costs for Americans and hurt. The economy. There's not much support in my conference for tariffs. Sure. But asked if Republicans would block the tariff, Senate GOP chief, Mitch McConnell said he hopes it doesn't come to that. The president doesn't think they would I think if they do it's foolish saga. Megani Washington Trump administration's the most popular forms of US travel to Cuba, Bannon, cruise ships and educational travel plan to cut off cash to the island's communist government cruise travel began three years ago under President Barack Obama. The Commerce Department says cruise ships recreational employer V vessels are banned from making the trips starting tomorrow, the cardinal leading the Catholic church response of the clergy sex abuse crisis is accused of mishandling sexual misconduct. Tika says she was manipulated into a sexual relationship with Monsignor Frank Rossi. Tickling the way to church truly looking for God. And he took me for himself Rossi was a deputy to Houston cardinal Daniel DiNardo Tikos went to DeNardo said all the right things. You are a victim. You're courageous. We owe you everything you did the right thing. But then their reaction was completely different. John still be AP. The relationship was consensual Rossi was placed on leave and was transferred. Take husband says the cardinal warned the archdiocese would respond aggressively to any legal challenge and the fallout would hurt their family and business. I'm Donahue, AP radio news, a three judge panel from.
Tarnished ANC seeks re-election in South Africa
"It's been twenty five years in South Africans voted in the first democratic election, then the African National Congress almost sixty percent of the votes next Wednesday on may eight South Africans will vote again. But this time the eighties image has been tarnished. And they will struggle to get anywhere near sixty percent of the vote. Joining me on the line from Johannesburg his of cultural, the F T, South Africa correspondent and within the as David pulling FT's Africa editor Joseph what are the toll sending us? The poster telling us that this will be the most competitive election in South Africa's post-apartheid democratic history. But that does not mean the agency's majority which has kept for twenty five years is in any real danger most posters. Most analysts believe the ANC will probably get a majority all fifty five to sixty percent. That said the most recent poll by the institute of Rhys relations. I think tank in South Africa has put the D one percent support assuming tunnel of about seventy two percent. That is a bit of a shocker it's never been that close before an action. So innocence, we all into new territory, David, you recently rotate rollicking lunch with the teacher and beween either South African Finance Minister Winnie or squad plaintively in that interview. What did people expect NC to achieve in twenty five years? A quarter of a century is not an insignificant amount of time is the simply refusing to take responsibility or is there merit in. What in bologna said? I think as usual with these questions the answer is is. Yes, or no, I think certainly the NC takes responsibility for the last nine years of Jacob Zuma when it became an increasingly corrupt party bereft of policies was not producing any growth. Even before that. I think it's been slow to produce the kind of social transformation. The South African particularly black South Africans expected. It's been a part of this created a pretty thin middle class an Israeli kept everyone else happy on kind of social welfare payments. And it was once said to me that the ANC actually become the party of the unemployed, and there is some truth to that. However, we should also acknowledge the poisonous legacy overpass site, which has been extraordinarily difficult to overcome. This wasn't like a normal African country that booted out white colonialists and could then get on with the job. And of course, many black African countries have not done, particularly well at that either. But this was a society that was hugely divided along racial lines. One only needs to look at the school system the school system that was actually literally divided on racial lines. When the apartheid education policy was to keep black students of Hugh is of wood and drawers of water a deliberate policy to keep them poor. Or an uneducated. And now that's really been replaced by an education system, where access to money is everything. Now, again, the ANC has not done nearly as well at improving the public education system as it should have done, and I would say that that's huge failing. So they're in in a sense in nutshell. You have the enormous poisonous legacy that the NC is grappling with and some of the very real failings that I think, you know, we can point a finger and say, yes, the ANC a party in which we had tremendous hope twenty five years ago has not lived up to experts stations Joseph David touched on one of the greatest problems with NC, and it was the reign of Jacob Zuma. And it's been argued that if Cyril Ramaphosa exceeds expectations and wins a big majority next week he'll have the power to turf out soon as cronies and tackle groups property, but is a slightly given his tolerance of some very questionable characters in both his cabinets and within the ANC hierarchy the first thing to bear in mind. Is that suffer is a parliamentary system, sir? Ramaphosa won't be directly elected. What will happen after the general election is parliament over for the president overseas? NC's hoping that will be where I'm opposed, but the dilemma for South African vote is if you don't like the ANC which has been taken over by cronies of Jacob Zuma who occupy quite senior policy positions, even though that patron is long gone from the presidency. You've got cross dot nine DNC to get what will hope for the I reformist agenda under Ramaphosa speaking of twos in the most days before the elections. But I think he has done a pretty good job in the years since he's taken over from Jacob Zuma, the has replaced people in state institutions, which declined under his predecessor. But they do have a lot of skepticism about the constraints that will be on him within the NC beyond the election. David's South Africa's the most unequal society earth, and that gap has. One and agency rule. Critics claim that black economic empowerment and ANC policy has benefited a few politically connected blacks, while the rest of the black majority just gets poorer official unemployment is twenty-seven percent. But in reality is probably closer to forty percents is unemployment and inequality ticking time bomb for South Africa and the NC. Yes, I think it is. I mean, we've seen all over Africa youth unemployed rising up we saw it. Most recently in a sense in sedan with Basheer was booted out. I mean in a sense of South African population has been very patient. But I don't think that can go on forever. 'cause the problem is that you have these two economies you have what Martin wolf once called bell. India? You have a very wealthy white economy. This inherited the end of apartheid surrounded by very poor black one and trying to bridge that gap is not particularly easy because you have a black population. That wants an expects the living standards of those that sees around them in the white minority. And yet, they lack the productivity and skills generally through absoulutely, no fault of their own, of course to achieve that. And that is the real crux of the dilemma that any economic social and political policy has to crack does that open the door for dude. Melinda and his economic freedom flashes. Yes. Indeed. It does to an extent and we've seen that they have been popular. I mean, they've partly been popular because they were seen as a party that really took on Jacob Zuma. When no one else really was. And they've also since then, of course, adopted the land issue, which is a very sort of fiery issue that really appeals to people's emotions. But what I think the F F really appeals to is the notion that at the end of apartheid, and the black majority in South Africa was promised a far better standard of living and a beginning of bridging the gap with a privileged minority. What you've got as you've said is you've had the creation of a black middle. Class, but a relatively thin a narrow one, and although black living standards. I don't think it's true they've gone backwards. They have improved in real terms. The gap is still very much
"Morning six tenths of a percent the footsie100 up a quarter of one percent the cac karen six tenths of a percent higher xetra dax up three tenths of a percent really this follows from strong session in asia asia pacific was up by one point two percent by the close at the chinese market hong kong market and the japanese market fooling pretty strongly in fact the chinese company shanghai compensate up by nearly two and a half percents by the end of the trading day we've got here in europe some of the mining still doing quite well rio tinto at one point three percents anti fa and cavs minerals up by more than two percent hp also percents say strengthen the copper price and strength in the mining sector seems to be one of the themes of this morning we'll the air franz komo by more than seven percent this morning david pulled you some traffic stats over the last few hours or say in other assets the dollar a little weak of this morning in fact that weakening trend for the dollar has gained momentum through the morning we down by two tenths of a percent on the other side the pound is high at the pound is high up by half a percent in european trade is little sluggish during the asian session on the back of the resignation of david davis the practice secretary we've yet to hear about who his replacement will be but at the moment it doesn't look like a leadership challenge each plant currently and therefore we see the pound continuing it said trajectory higher that we saw on friday so that's a quick look at the fx
"david pull" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Dot org welcome back to veterans chronicles i'm greg columbus audit to be joined today at the american veterans conference by jim lavalle these a veteran of the united states navy survival of pearl harbor and we're about now to discuss the other major historical events in american history that he was a part of and when you left off you were talking about returning to dallas and you're about to tell us about your latest employment move how shall i may add for the rather dallas police department for police officers and i went down and signed up and took their examination and i went to work in nineteen fifty with the dallas police department and at that time you had to stay in patrol for five years before you could take a promotional examination so in about fifty six or seven i took my promotional examination become a detective and shortly after moved into the homicide division and stayed there the rest of my career in nineteen sixty three when the president kid come for why he was assassinated and one will things that happened after the after his assassination was awful who had shot the president made his way to oak cliff from j d tippit stopped him and to question you'd stop somebody you're looking for someone and they gave him a general description of what will look like off from the people so i'm in the window when the shots were fired shohei shopping just merely that question him about his name and so forth had four good witness a witness to the shooting of a tip it and all of them gave about the same description that they said that david pulled up on the side of the street and called over a haven driving along ten miles an hour actually that washington beat because they took the man out called the man up that beat and work downtown and they call it in from the outlying area to cover that kerber of that particular area so and i don't know same thing many times i looking for somebody to walk along with straight to resemble i would stop them and call term and of course nine and nine times out of one hundred you send him on the way because they wouldn't know you're looking for that's what would have happened with.
"david pull" Discussed on No Jumper
"No i was thinking about that when i see a kid rushing up to a wrapper on instagram live like going all that like i mean i get if here's a kid but if you're like a gun asman let's kind of weird negotia do get a lot of rappers from new york happen that way no i actually none of these needs to fuck me right a focal mosit you you gotta say like home keep going i think like april tribe him on tour why tries tyler video told them to i guess david david pulled up on like times came to get a my shit todd like oh yeah no like check west and he he like hiv unreleased like she like i'm like hi within the tribe when played on his live things like the first time ever live or some shit like that and then like he played my shit and he play little shit and then dr scott plays you allow still still don't care i'm just like i would care that our driver care at this point i'm just worried about me i'm trying to i'm pushing live shack west crazy like pushing these other time clubs i got you know but the travis scott cosign is pretty big deal that's my big brother yeah let any row for roots make that clear that's the first person i ever like all the way like folk with shack west like you get from so.
"david pull" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In session and how does your school prepare for the possibility of an active shooter we'll take your calls and millennia thing change in washington will ask brooklyn in queens congressman a keen jeffries the brian lehrer show weekdays at ten a on wnyc one week ago david heart was huddled in a closet with other seniors if marjorie stillman douglas highschool train hours disclu active shooter auditor hesitantly higher gunshot not who centre on his own david pulled out his phone to film himself and fellow classmates as they hit from alleged shooter nicholas creuse at one point he turned his phone on classmate isabelle robinson airlanka's but there shouldn't have to be looked around this causing his i everyone just hiding together he would know that this should be happening anymore and that it doesn't deserve down in any one student isabel robinson in the middle of an assault from a shooter at her school now in the week following the mass shooting that killed seventeen people at stone men douglas high grief for some has turned into protest and a demand for action on guns on making school safer yes at the student walkout at south broward high school near stonemason douglas in florida last friday and analysis in the washington post finds that a hundred fifty thousand americans have experienced a school shooting first hand since the one at columbine high school in colorado.
"david pull" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Guilty of this what we have charged all along now you have lawmakers involved in doing something very serious and making these claims in a memo which would be what covering it up right creating some kind of false distraction so you could actually if you believe it's true if you're a democrat and you believe it's true that trump and his campaign staff colluded with the russians then you would want this out exactly doesn't matter who's publicized doesn't matter it doesn't matter to other matters road dead twitter accounts of the russians or the americans or doesn't matter it's the substance of what is in that memo evidence that backs up the accusations that simple and you should want that as somebody who's a i dunno david's pull you know that who wrote with emailed or no david's up political bent but you should want that just like we wanted the evidence on trump rank the accusations were made we said show was see evidence accusations now we're being made against the obama administration you should be screaming for the evidence instead of supporting the democrats right who wish to hide right let's but since letsie and yes will things that we're we're classified a b made public yes the happens all the time sure sure as long as doesn't affect national security yes because that was the other concern of the of the socalled or all the emailer not national security burnt coal you know that uh the things that uh were run so i'm sure you must then be totally concerned about hillary clinton email now sure yes and completing his server outside these secured yes server as an event one of your biggest can gives david as secretary of state yes.
"david pull" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Because that of course is important but that's get to that i had oscar no go ahead i had i had several are actually with opaque winter's of carbon monoxide also before i realised what was happening so it was quite calm volume i glenn i asked for a yes i'll be because that is the ideal solution for you i'm not saying that it's going to solve everything at this stage i don't know how chronic uaw how long ago was you'll lost exposure that you know of oh well it it if walk free winter spring of two thousand seventeen years later on most jim and not fear you know this spent some prominent injury my goodness lavin so sorry for what you've been through and yes i have worked with patients who've had that's condition and have had to come back from where you are it's a hard struggle but his can be done it's it's a now i'm finding myself a little hesitant about huddle on see you i'll tell you why michelle firstly let me just say this very clearly that hyperbaric treatment oxygen therapy has proven outstanding in the acute phase of whatever people suffering that has caused brain injury that means uh brain injury from head trauma from certainly carbon monoxide exposure from exposure to other toxins inflammatory reaction to things like antigens in the body and various other kinds of infectious process that have led to inflammatory reaction all of those a helped us it's also being found by a dear friend and colleague of mine david pull mutter whose down in florida that uh he can he has been very successful at alleviating parkinson's symptoms for patients who suffer from parkinson's disease as well as various other neurological disorders using the hyperbaric chamber and i must mention that there has been some controversy over that.
"david pull" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Twitter at 77 wabc radio is on facebook so and you abc on social media our blah blah blah is mutually 77 goal you would be see nate i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show dogs and cats dogs and cats are pets our friends our family all those questions here in the twentyfirst century it is important to frame them how long these questions have been in front of civilization of our kindred david grim who is the author of a wonderful egged recommend to everyone thinking about that's not just you at lewis and clark law school and elsewhere citizen canine are evolving relationship with cats and dogs david is weighed down by the fact that he's the deputy news editor at science a fabulous mack is magazine it runs pieces about animal history all the time there have been moments when it's covered dogs and cats but now david's pulled this all together and the latest and i mean late twentieth early 21st century thinking about person hug four canine and felines in specific david congratulations wonderful let's go to the practical roots of cats to begin with a feel is silvester as three kinds the one in africa the one in asia the one in europe fearless of astra's practical use very very sensible we turn to this when we wanted something to guard our granaries where was that and how did it go good evening to you thank you very much thanks.
"david pull" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"So tammy stepped wanting to be around david he called her little mama and pointed out how slim she was in comparison to belinda his wife so that made her feel very awkward eighty ridiculed belinda swayed often so blend of his going to the gym and dieting in really trying to please him when david was around belinda was kind of quiet and sullen she seemed to walk on eggshells if tammy was visiting with belinda she would have to leave when david pulled up belinda found credit card receipts of david's from bars and even strip stripclub sin she get mad and then she'd forgive him now she talked more to debbie and cindy the women at work about these troubles in her marriage getting worse prints were brunner worse this is a steady deterioration of his marriage booby wasn't helper yeah didn't seem to although they did say he was a good dad two booby who was a good husband now so tammy is urging belinda the stand up to david timmy hated david and couldn't understand why belinda put up with him in 1998 the marriage was in pretty bad shape davis continuing to pull away from belinda it sit and watch sports on tv and belinda would do all the yard work housework by herself that would fly here wouldn't it now that when go well year would end now we we share responsibilities here thought when school it out for the summer belinda code debbie incidents said david hadn't spoken to her in seven weeks so they're living together not speaking for seven weeks had is at work that must be so often kind of beyond my comprehension of how you could live with somebody like that yeah but then the silence broke one night she said when david kissed her on the back of our had any told her he loved hair style i'd say big deal but i guess that won her offer.
"david pull" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Everybody wants to see what the nfl what visit interesting wind their business is going to go to war donald trump also talking about the nfl being at a box you know the overs in part created the box therein that actually is a statement i don't completely disagree with with donald trump and here's why because the budget years ago the national anthem was a part of the pregame but it was never the focus of the pregame then around two thousand nine it became nfl via in the nfl's interest to have the players on the field 4 the anthem and the anthem was for lack of a better term are part of a propaganda ploy that the nfl and the department of justice kind of came up with because the department of justice for a period of time was paying nfl teams to have these these military moments that i'll give you a quick example you know we're all fooled sitting in july stadium from two thousand in eleven to basically two thousand and fifteen in the thinking vis villa new england patriots as a team we're going out of their way to highlight the member of the military and what would happen is at the end of the first quarter there would be a member of the military the david pull on the big screen and they would put him in the third quarter one of the end zone zan euro than you'd hear john webb come on with the whole oh turnovers military member of the staff sergeant dierkirch he loo everybody would stand up gilmore round of applause again the ovation and maybe they'd have the american flag in their hand it be waving it a little bitter what not even really know the dirty underbelly was that some of that was funded by the department of justice as essentially ever crude and campaign and then won the first seat the nfl also dropped the ball on the call and cabinet part of this as well because as we chronicled last night capper nick did his thing he did it twice when he wasn't in uniform and he was sitting for the anthem then when he was in uniform four for preseason game it took me somewhat finally took notice then it became an issue then it started the ball up and how did.
"david pull" Discussed on Money Box
"I don't know do you see any silverlining or any good outcome a too low not at the moment because it's too fresh in my mind can seem to have lost by gets up and go at the moment squeezing consensus say didn't really understand the product you're buying in retrospect yes yes i do yes and therefore given the huge implications is not on new life what advice or words would you have for those who was thinking of getting that kind of mortgage you've got one i think very carefully if you haven't got the backup when it comes to an end then you'd be in the saint fishing this myself i'd say explore all avenues before you do it moms christine no david pulling with from the mortgage broken london country has been listening to all of that it does seem cleared of the kristen but he didn't understand or at least appreciate that's an interesting me mortgage has an end date to which you have to pay back the capital inc she felt we just carry on until she wanted to sell house whenever that was how widespread juicing up misunderstanding is we interesting these being a major issue and one that the regulates looked very carefully so following the the financial crisis they ended so the mortgage market review which put interestingly is one of the cornerstone issues that undoubtedly lenders is tightened up that criteria round interestingly so taking interesting still possible ally some lenders have withdrawn from it but you will need to be able to demonstrate the you've got a robust repayment strategy in place on the criteria round what that has to look like will be much more stringent than perhaps walls during betsy are seven before the repayment a model could just be as in christine's case while sell my house at some point at she has been able to pay back that mortgage susan not an inbuilt problem.
"david pull" Discussed on 1170 KFAQ
"Bumps in your lap forty it would you still of done so all right i want to get to david pull up the chris cuomo audio we played a little bit earlier this morning chris cuomo mario those little boy from _c_m adam he's the good looking one in the family as opposed was brother who's the governor of new york in well the beauty fairy students critical him to bunch but what i know i'm a short that ball guy chris cuomo actually compared being called fake news to be an word i could you not chris caldwell course the poster child for everything all him in the media when we say people don't like trump as much as they hate the mainstream media chris twelve all is who were talking about ladder with crowder had the audio or video up one is website yesterday so president troubles watch him tv yesterday morning and he took exception was chris well most interview senator bloomer thought that you're just tweet chris fall ball in his interview with center blown with all never asked him about his long term why but it's brave service in vietnam and then he has a goal capital letters fakes news fake news and blow my fault is a guy right he ran for the senate i think twice up and connecticut in he rant he ran all relies called stolen valor he claimed he was i think he was a marine corps pretty claimed that he served vietnam any never served and he was deliberately line misleading people because he wanted to make him self look bigger and better than the really gets so crowder says trump is one hundred percent wrong here is not fate news to not bring up something that was brought up six years ago and connecticut voters in care about a twice not to mention you'll see cuomo did ask percent or about so what a play via the audio here this is set up chris twelve all allison ever otto and traffic with the other guys hero well think of his name in a minute three of them discussing this on cnn's yesterday morning david player so we haven't or tweet alright that i do they are down by tweet alert there's david gregory this was the right thing about prague matters because development are so promo.