17 Burst results for "David Service"

"david service" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:41 min | 3 months ago

"david service" Discussed on KCRW

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"david service" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:02 min | 3 months ago

"david service" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The tools handed to him by a therapist for emotion control because he someone who before we understood mental illness they still had a therapist running around everywhere with runner test trying to get him on the court however it is they could with someone this now it becomes so much less funny mike. That story about runner test getting to a playoff game on a bus of corporate sponsors in his underwear. That story is so much less. Funny when you consider that what they were dealing with an indiana was a player so talented. Who's mentally ill. And they were trying to harness all of that and the idea. That runner test was on that scores. Table trying to practice the tool of patient when a cup hit him and then the conversation the next day becomes about these players. They're at fault. They're not victims that they're all at fault. Why because they're big strong black men police and security warrant around there surrounded by the enemy fan base with no security and so i wanted to hear that part of their story and it's a perspective. I not had not her. But i wanted that extra note of. Oh man you can make this so much. Broader and more societal just how those three dudes were viewed germaine. O'neil was pristine highschool guy with public image perfection who was just corn rows and tattoos in scared because he was surrounded there was no security and his twelve guys were in the stands fighting the entire crowd. I thought they did a little bit of putting the blame on david stern as being like the judge jury and executioner of the nba and deciding what the discipline was going to be. But i thought that that if that was the thesis of the story was like david stern did all of this. This is his fault like you have to show more examples of how that was the kind of person who was then an earlier kind of just falls. it's not. It's not the kind of person that david stern was. What david stern going. Back to. Alan iverson's tattoos being airbrushed off of an nba sponsored magazine. Going back to a dress code because these guys had to look a certain way and quinton. Richardson is pointing out to the commissioner pointed out to the commissioner. You just find me ten thousand dollars for wearing a turtleneck and stan van gundy has been wearing it all season. You're not trying to clean up the league. You're trying to clean up certain guys in the league so that your customer base finds it palatable that you're black guys with braids and corn rows were just punching the customers. This is not who david stern is. This is how we manage this problem. He had a raise problem and the problem was with black people. It's a progressive league but it's progressive right up until the dollars are getting punched in the face but if the problem is that the league isn't protecting its players like who's at fault for that being problem. If there is a commissioner of the league who is he blamed event blame the players. They made the league look to get out to corn rose to tattoos punching the customers and it was. It was stephen tax. It's a guy stephen jackson. I'm pretty sure his whole mouth is fake teeth because of something that happened in a strip club with our outside of strip club in a parking lot because he was shooting a shotgun into the crowd steven jack jackson who has the street credibility not into the crowd into the sky was shooting a gun to the sky. Somebody tried to hit him with a car. He was suspended for that to that team was tough and rugged and in a hostile environment with no security pointed out. That police didn't arrive for ten minutes after that had started. Can you imagine in with if you were done the documentary that you wanted jessica. It's about how those guys had arrived at that time surrounded by white people and they were scared in an opposing arena because things at escalated on the court and now someone had hit their mentally ill guy who was trying to stamp out his fuse with with the disrespect that sent stephen jackson behind him because he was going to defend one of his teammates. Yeah i feel like it was a failure on so many different parts there from the detroit police to the security at the arena to the league and not protecting their star players And that i think that point could have been hammered out a little bit more because you do leave with the sense of like holy shit. A lot of people here are incompetent. But i think that it really just needed like some type of punch at the end to really like ended and i just didn't get that but there were things that i really liked it. I thought that the interviews were all really well done. And i do like that. The entire story put the put the story back to the players. Put the words like back on them like they were able to tell the story they wanted to. And i think that that's still like a really great thing so i'm not saying that it was bad but i do think that it just needed. You wanted more from a little a little bit more. Stephen jackson did have his teeth knocked out when he got run over. By a car and I think that the davidson conversations probably a little tricky to have. Because it's a little too soon from his passing and putting the blame on him when he's not here to defend himself in this documentary might just be still a little too soon and then you wonder if that's why they're finally able to make this documentary now. If that's part of the story then. I think you need to be transparent with the story that you're trying to tell and how you're able to tell it. Mike defend himself from what it was a protection of the dollars. He could it. This is not to rip david stern posthumously. He ran his business well. And it meant taking out this team with without mercy because this guy was a dictator ruler and it's part of his legacy and everybody knows it to protect the dollars in the commerce. He had to punish those guys because of the optics of the video rising but we know that this documentaries tried to be made a couple of times and they couldn't clear the footage and david service pass away and now we have cleared footage. Jermaine o'neal didn't want to get into the particulars of how they got some footage cleared and he seems to be made the foil in all of this and he's not around speak for him and it's still a little too soon from his death and i think that there's a navigation that still needs to be done there and to ignore that part of it is probably full. But this doesn't accuse david stern of anything other than protecting his business as he always did and the trampling the subsequent trampling. This is not a conscious racism. This is somebody protecting his business. Because that's his job. Dan his business as black players black players predominantly. Make up this league. So who is he protecting the business for the white owners of the people who pay for them the people who pay for everything the sponsors the way that it looks all of it that david stearns genius was taking a two black leave. That was on tape delay in the finals. And being you know what this is about race relations in this country you want to know it's magic versus bird. This is what it looks like. It's indiana and magic and the guy who's smiling and we're going to sell this spat basketball too..

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"david service" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"david service" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"Right along. We've got one more news blogging than we can get into the. That's another apple story. I'm sorry i'm feeling real snarky today. This is all of these stories are things that we need to keep up with over. Time is not just one. I one headline and then we get on with our lives. These things grow and evolve and some of the largest challenges we face are going to be generational legal Wrangling things that will will take a significant amount of time to work out in the courts and to get sort of new legal precedent on the way that we do business with these massive corporations these data focused entities and the products that we have in our pockets that access all of these services so this is another one that i think is just gonna be interesting to keep an eye on the back into my screen share here. This is coming by way of hot hardware. Apple would be banned from pre installing. Its own iphone. Apps under a proposed antitrust bill. A bill led by democratic representative david service. I don't know how to pronounce his name. Rhode island david. Sick lean a. I'm almost positive. That's not how you say his name Sorry let me get back here by democratic representative david circling would change the practice of loading smartphones with apps from the device manufacturer according to signaling. This bundling practice gives apple in advantage over other app makers use the ios platform. The standard train of thought is that if customers purchase a device with safari and mail installed. They have less incentive to install competing apps like microsoft edge in g mail respectively. The seems somewhat reminiscent of the us. Doj's crackdown on microsoft. Two decades i think two decades ago for bundling internet explorer with its windows operating system..

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"david service" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"david service" Discussed on WTVN

"To believe that that crowd was capable Coming to the capital and doing what they did. Authorities are now looking into how the rioters were able to get unfettered access to the building, and the House and Senate floor on many officers were trying to stop the attack. Some video also appears to show an officer walking away from his post to allow rioters to get in. The district attorney for the Southern District of Ohio says anyone who traveled from Ohio to D C with the intent of causing destruction will be prosecuted. The developers releasing that tweet as the events unfolded in Washington on Wednesday, Democrats will be controlling Washington after the Senate runoff elections in Georgia. NBC News projects Democrat Jon Ossoff's won his runoff election against incumbent Republican David Perdue. His victory gives Democrats control the Senate. The first time since 2010. Democrats will control the White House, The House and the Senate use radio 6 10 W TV END SPORTS This mark I football. Not David Service. Anthony Thomas. Chocolate BAR Guys. Ryan Day in Alabama coach Nick Saban have a zoom with the media today as they prepare their teams for Monday's national title game. Will talk. BUCKEYES, Alabama With you Tonight Bucks line from 68, NFL bronze of Pittsburgh in the playoff Sunday night. No new positive Kobe test for the rounds yesterday and Linebacker BJ Goodson came off the covert list. Hockey Blue Jackets for Oliver Bjork's transcends a five year contract extension. He celebrated by scoring three goals on the team scrimmage last night. And the spark I basketball. Updated servicing Legacy Retirement group Black eyes Continue practicing getting ready for Rutgers on Saturday from the central Ohio $100 Sports Stats Matic Ortiz Radios extendable You TVM Cloudy 37 today Chance for a light snow far south of Columbus tonight. Below 29 cloudy and 36 for the day on Friday right now, cloudy 34 years..

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"david service" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"david service" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Because they're more valuable people desire for big commission designed to take knowledge intervention in the way. So those are delivered the non essentials os as david off the a as an example the seems through mortgage that our duty because of because of the situation that he financially the finance Demands are so high because interest rates have never been disgraced. There are people that are leading on the phone for four hours. Dr to a mortgage or efficient four hours. Okay and and think right. Why on the call for four hours. Because they don't have anything in this group on one save. My job has gone on the other side. there's a attractive. Interest rates so mortgage companies are used to in my opinion not aggressively using digital technology but no the infusion of digital into in are trying to support this ramp over one and the preparation for what will be loss mitigation that are going to be people thousands of people that are going to go to ford batons and not able to pay that he and mortgage and drugs. The technology is becoming degraded their thinking all this problem. I don't think this would happen. You know if i years back they detroit at those more be solved and that is not enough. I aim to train. Somebody had somebody on board and rain later. You've got to today now and if you don't do it you can also knew all of megyn in the tradition. This is also the i'm men. Security seems to be a big issue then last week. A major major speaking with one of my latest wouldn't wooded becomes digital more than water. You knock me to give the best of the region but also has to be secure. I'm has to be endurance Somebody baby other problem more. And on the dick so to speak out when it comes to digital It's very very real problem. Yeah yeah i think my viewers. We've not seen anything yet. I have not seen anything yet on the security side raid but right now there's a lot of god raise that have been put in place for everything that is associated with the digital transformation but devoid offensive attacks taxed being as fast as the technology solutions inc improve original adoption. So it is it is it is essentially what he it could be as simple as the dependence on in other distribution ecosystem. That has to work from home. David services and the lack of security associated with information being used people who would be that is on the human side but also on the ability for a militia software. back to business is extremely high. I shouldn't think about demand digital that makes us and mostly begging these days. Yeah i mean you have no option off the.

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"david service" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"david service" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"I didn't. Make any posts on facebook Angie. I don't think people should take off if it becomes. I think it'd be a David Service away. Oh okay. Says you know especially in? So I think there should be a bad service for for white males LEMME LEMme. Make something real clear to you. If you if you really want white people to get behind June team, they gotta have. Bad enough to juggle. Skiing Mlk Day. June team should be their service to white men and Casey. Be a of service for white women says they benefit from civil rights more than anybody. They have in having ship-back so I've never had a job where I got Martin Luther King. Day Off Nether. I mean either. Construction will when I worked for the large construction company we did because. There's a federal holiday. It was a federal holiday, so no nothing was open, right? It's a federal holiday, but working in media, I worked every every them. I never I always take it off regardless either way. If I'm working, I'm not necessarily work makes makes perfect sense. Shana! Collie who. Who is on twitter? She's A. She's a TV writer. She tweets had a dream where June. TNT got gentrified Cinco de Maya. Style and White Frat guys wearing to Shakey's to bar hop and drunkenly sing stuff like Wade in the water. That's right. That's exactly why. Is Service. and. This is exactly why should be a day of service. I thought that was amazing. Turn into Saint Patrick's Day. Pretty much. Yeah. Now I went to snoop's for this next thing because it's very snow, psy did trump brag that he made June t the very famous. Yes? Yes, he did. That is a correct attribution. According slopes on June nineteenth eighteen, sixty five over two months after this render of confederate General Robert Lee. Army at Apple Matic's courthouse. Union Major General Gordon Granger. As leader of the Union force sent to squash pockets of confederate resistance in Faraway Texas issued a decree, saying the people of Texas are informed that in accordance with the proclamation from the executive of the United States leaves are free. This involves an absolute quality, personal rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves, and the connection here to four, existing between them, becomes that between employer and hired Labor. Now it's been celebrated locally in black communities across America since eighteen sixty five, as the day when the news of a man's patient reached the furthest pockets of slavery in Post Civil, War America but awareness has been hampered. Mostly because we don't learn about it. No one learns about it in school. Never came up. And we. Go on Jason as. Cabanas still watching, but my buddy band I worked with them at USAA and I'm not sure what it was. Like, told me about June teen, or was on the calendar and I asked I asked what what's. What's the stated? Because USAA was on the calendar. That we have is June t there's. What's this, but that was in my mid twenties. And I. Thought, I knew black. I was way more reasons than that and and I. Don't recall if I heard about it. When black lives matter I popped is a thing or if it was something that Korea made me aware of it was one of those two, and it was probably. Maybe five years ago, four or five years ago, before that I'd never even heard of it, and actually I had to be honest. I didn't know about it until I got out here and in. My friends in the military that were from. Texas S ICAGO. They were the ones that told me about it and ever since I learned about it been member like okay. Yeah. USA San Antonio. That's why they on a calendar. Yeah, well, trump was asked and Wall Street Journal interview. Did you move your rally off June? Eighteenth? Can you talk about why you did that? And he said well I did that out of respect, because I had to African American friends and supporters and most people, and I went to a lot of people they didn't. They hadn't heard the term June eighteenth in. We're in the reporter said. Do you know what that was? He said. I did something good I made it famous. I Made June eighteenth very famous, it's actually an important event. It's an important time, but nobody had heard of it. Very few people have heard of it actually a young African American secret service agent knew what it was. I had political people who had no idea. Did you ever hear of June teeth before? The A communications director Elissa Farris at I didn't from last year when that White House put out a statement, trump said Oh really. We put out a statement. The trump white. House put out a statement and she replied yes..

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"david service" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"david service" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Great matic well if you're looking for members of the Milwaukee Brewers some are out west in Arizona some back in Milwaukee mothers at home organized workouts nonexistent for the time being I think what they're trying to get away from is he having organized full work out show up at your complex at nine AM go out for tea distraction major league players still have access to our facility but we don't necessarily have we don't necessarily have the same organize work out courtesy of David service remains in Arizona great council back in Milwaukee players will be allowed to use team facilities NFL news the Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk cousins agreed to a two year sixty six million dollar contract extension cousins was entering the final season of a fully guaranteed three year eighty four million dollar deal he signed as a free agent in twenty eighteen Texans wide receiver deandre Hopkins on his way to Houston from Houston to Arizona as part of a trade the Arizona cardinals running back David Johnson and a pair of graphics to Houston to complete the deal the NFL plans to hold and televise the draft April twenty third third T. twenty fifth as scheduled but public draft events of Las Vegas cancel today in consideration of the cove it nineteen pandemic and as for the Packers don't make it some news today the free agent window was open negotiations happening as we speak the Packers agreed to terms with linebacker Christian Kirksey two year deal worth a reported sixteen million dollars they also agreed to terms with west Dallas native Rick white here in offense of linemen two years eleven million for the former badger and up the headliners out here is it likely means the end for Blake Martinez of Bryan Bulaga get a Packers uniform all right great magic thank you very much it's three forty eight the Novak reports Steve Novak with us after traffic and weather straight.

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"david service" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"david service" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Did you know there are over a thousand podcasts on radio dot com download the app or head to radio dot com to listen to all your favorite national and local podcasts including your favorite morning shows and radio shows on demand at the top yep homepage click the podcast icon to discovered you show subscribe in manager podcast subscriptions go to your apps store or radio dot com slash download for all your podcast listening radio dot com the NHL trade deadline is Tuesday at three PM posted on all the latest news and rumors and we're also sizing up the region's first spring training games keep your radio look to your flagship station for more than sixty the days from ten AM to two PM afternoons from one to six PM six or three zero one one nine FM sports radio sixty six WFAN WFAN FM New York home sports station the group it's the Rangers breaking news today making news on a couple of fronts as the NHL trade deadline approaches at three PM the Rangers agreed to terms forward Chris Kreider a contract extension he was set to be an unrestricted free agent this summer was considered one of the top hotels through trade candidates is Rangers president John David service providers are on the phone on the terms a seven year deal but at the same time concern from an incident last night last night at eight thirty car accidents falls to our players your she's very good at what about the injuries that which was quite shaken up no was significant injuries and he's listed as day to day with Igor there's a small upper body fracture it is not in this place he will be reassessed properties under since under the deal the aisles acquires center JG pas from model to traffic so thousands of mourners gathering in staples center Los Angeles at this hour to say farewell to Colby and John obrien the longtime Lakers thirteen year old daughter.

"david service" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"david service" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"Did you WANNA identify cars. Ars weedon unnatural behaving driving. That and you can probably scan hosts it goes from a safety point of view you can have an algorithm keeping track of attention drunk drivers and Dan Dispatch. The police to go was the system. Points Lawn identifies one point that So I think there's an endless number use cases here I think is this is both the beauty and the risk right if you try to understand everything up front. I think you get overwhelmed. So we really advocate right now. Is that somebody investments. You need to do. You need to look very long term But we also advocate. Don't try to do everything. Go in our recommendation discussions. We had to David Service Service providers we talk about focusing on on on a number the number of indices that you have the stronghold in if it's US three four or two or five I mean that's up to respect the source part the decide but really go in and go in and do these well and then once you've done that you can continue to grow into into more advanced use cases in that industry. We'll move on to another segment as well right. I think that that is key because as as we just spent the past couple of minutes here brainstorming use cases. There's an endless. The things that we don't have that we haven't figured out yet. I think topical approaches quite key having said that though you need you to make a strategic decision that for instance today if you are a large service provider and you have a large enterprise market you probably need to do who investments ego to market. And that's going to be very difficult to to find as only by going after one use case in one industry kind of hard to do the the the Strategic Decision I'm going to go into direction and have divisional twenty thirty as as a guiding principle or guarding star. Whatever you WANNA call it and then still except that you do a step by step approach? So I'm at the Futa customers that now takes difficult steps around edge and five use cases that don't expect to make any money into three years so that's the thing is combined with that in not only do you need a long-term perspective to step by step approach. Also need to work in an ECO system. Which means that this really Lisa transformation that will take years to get through the industry indeed and I guess an old fans you know think of a lot of people look at sort of what they need to invest in the deployment and roll out of new technologies around find? You can bring and sometimes I equate alumnus responsible. Oh that's a very big investment and then I look back and say but wait you do that with three g thing you did that with four g you did it. Y You've had the DOT com boom in the web to boom and a cloud boom and the big data analytics boom and now you having to adjust just cybersecurity. This is another evolutionary investment. That you've gotTa make and when we think about the true side to this point you've got telcos world that has had an entire lifetime. A very big sunk cost with ten fifteen year are wise to recover the cost of that network roll out on the infrastructure routers switches and servers and other silly. Yeah the technology like Things that antennas on Poles. And when we think about the enterprise side building computer data centers and racks of infrastructure and even rolling out a new email platform can have three to five year. A break even R. Y.. Before the I e mails profitable and so I think you know I'm always keen and I'm keen to get your thoughts in this to just remind people that that five G. doesn't mean. There's a new sticker shock. This is just an evolutionary investment. But as you said this is likely to have longer potential positive consequences if you make a smart decision and so don't rush at. It makes much decisions invest in the right place and building Lego blocks a using now sort of this slightly not so much llamas but slightly quick view that this is a new expensive thing we've got to go versus. This is just an evolutionary. Spend that we've been doing for a long time without the technologies different. We just have to be a little smarter because it's high volume high density foster speed. I mean I think we see a bit. Of course depending on what type always have the half Kasim didn't have just food KC Tim's right but I think about what I would say though. Is that the common denominator is say. It's a very strong positive feeling that this is such a strong technology and it missed like fiber like Ed Technology Right and and you there things here that we have not been able to do before. And that's why this belief in that this will be to do so much more in this journey that enterprises. We need to do what they need to transform to use experience their cost structure And their time to market for new services this is going to be more than just mobile broadband Auburn. So I think to your question for those who who only have a mobile broadband perspective for sure and you can argue. But we've just lost thirty. Do we need need a new G. Right now from that perspective. I think you do because you will. Those who tries will understand why it's it's fantastic. But I think the key takeaway away that there is such a strong positive movement about doing something more with it that will grow the revenues so dissatisfied is on top of the northern Burma broadband revenue. Right and I think that's that's really what we are here to to capitalize on indeed and one of the things I want to highlight for for our audience is that When we think about this report a the title of itself Find Chief of business at Twenty thirty market compass? I mean really provides. A compass does some direction. Listen and visibility things moving to and whether it's the overall introduction five G. A. Office as far as fueling the digital transformation across Russell Industries through some of the key industry trends and drivers and barriers. That you've been able to capture through that. She's done but one of the things that I got from reading the report put with that answers a lot of the questions that have been on the lips of people where you want if or where is or how do so again and you know. I think this report is being now in its third iteration for one. Understand what it's been able to do is capture this very broad bucket of deep Dada. That's hard to grasp and you've boiled it down to some key components as you said not just the industries but also the opportunities and I guess that brings me to my next question that I made a note of in. Which is I'd I love to get some insight and some of the conversations having now with the various customers in different industry segments and assuming they've read the report and some of the key takeaways from this just because you've got a number of very big industry sectors you're dealing with some very big brands and names? We went named someone in some of those areas of health and manufacturing retail and etcetera CETERA. Can you share some of the compositions you having with them. Based around what. The reports open their eyes to and some of the realizations they've made from having read the report and gleaned insights from the daughter. What are some of those conversations like I mentioned pretty exciting compensations? Yeah and I think that that's that definitely if you take some of the larger companies that that were told to meet together with our service providers then is that it's very often discussion that okay. We know our our industry We know to do that. We realized that the comes new technology but we also read. There's no way we're going to do this. So so they're really asking for kind of a you know a group of three year. Whatever you WANNA call it that damned? The price of the company is such together with the service provider in that specific specific country. And ask them. How do we deal with this together? And we know strive course enabling service for us to do really good business together with this enterprise surprised but we then of course a part of what is the you know explaining what is positive in technology point of view what are the potential use cases and so forth. It's really more of request. How did we get it done? I think they accept this and depending on their own mature at the In their journey digitalization the questions of slightly different. But it's more of a request to to really how we get going with this together and what where do we start. I would also like to point out that we still see a quite strong individual individual independence on who we're talking to you can meet different companies in the same industry to have a very different level matured which is quite interesting. So I don't think yeah that's across these ten indices that you have full heterogeneous knowledge level. If I put it like that right which assists another thing that we need to ask needs to work but that will come through these ten years of course but you have some early movers. Maybe that's how I should say. We have a group of early movers that have understood the value. They also understand. It cannot do themselves their conversation but it quickly so you how to get this done. How do we do this together? Right and I guess is a combination that in that is as as you said the summarily moves in the early adopters and confess foresee the market Pechiney in investing early or in some cases have pain point the resolving. That's the approach them now and they. They have to deal with this when I was reading the report. One of the things. I want to bring people's attention to as well as I think. I think it's in. The middle of the report is great segment around just navigating accessible market and particularly the value chain where to fit into this and it broke it into three really great component. Someone just highlight for listeners. The first component was the whole connectivity infrastructure provisioning Zhang piece. Obviously from Telco side of things. That's a bit of a no brainer. Because you're rolling out employing The Five G. infrastructure putting in a tent antennas on polls. You're rolling out to various parts of the intelligence as as Ericsson has been doing investing in everything from work on open stack in the cloud itself and so forth and then all the pieces of the edge the middle part service enablement and how to actually just make new services available to people and the law spot was the actual application service provisioning. So so what I got from. That was a I was listening to recently. I think it was one of the webinars and it was just talking about how Ericsson now as software defined infrastructure. So you don't have to as you said plug and play anything. No one's running around putting Jay Levin's or forty-five devices anymore everything's.

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"david service" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"david service" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Were a refusal at White House sources security testify or social secretary testify in part on party crashers scandal where the party crashers that lady that showed up with her husband I do remember that just like yep they just like crash the party nope would let the White House saw social secretary testify about what really happened number seven refusal to provide subpoenas a subpoena to linger documents cylinder of millions and millions and millions of dollars of wasted taxpayer dollars this failed solar company they would not let the Congress see the documents remember when they try to impeach Obama Kerr member and new don't remember that I didn't know that was weird number six justice Kagan's obamacare conflict on interest or of interest yeah Elena Kagan service Solicitor General for the Obama administration during which time he was heavily involved in crafting legal defense for obamacare this conflict of interest was important since issues revolving on a bomber Kerr would be gone before the Supreme Court federal law dictates that Supreme Court justices must recuse themselves with their impartiality might reasonably be questioned naturally your bondage traction do not want Kagan recused herself the obamacare related cases so on the house Judiciary Committee requested documents and interviews to get get a clear understanding her role Lingle bomber Kerr while she was Solicitor General the Obama holder just the part refused there are five White House refuses to allow political director to testify twenty fourteen democratic operatives were concerned that the Obama White House wasn't doing enough to help before coming to terms in response those concerns about along the White House of off off as a political strategy not reach this raised eyebrows for some workers are that Obama and his minions were using White House resources for political activity so the white house oversight and government reform committee began investigating in order to make sure the White House was complying with civil services laws designed to prevent executive branch employees from engaging in political activity David service seen us whatever address to the office of little strategy not reach was subpoenaed but the White House refused to allow him to testify what we're really Peter horrible that was after now can tell you what they did the poor guy no so that in a number four treasury official blog from testifying on obamacare subsidies yeah they were allowed to go couldn't do it number three Ben Rhodes not allowed to testify on Iran nuclear deal I don't know why why do that it's crazy so there's a bit of but not to go Lois Lerner reviews it did to testify and iris targeting which exactly is exactly what they did ball use the IRS as a weapon against journalists against conservative file five oh five oh three what is it five one three B. three whatever the hell it is the the the terrible demarcation Lois Lerner in the Irish's wouldn't give it out to conservatives but it's okay that that that's why whatever she gave a statement remember but she refused to testify number one Eric holder refuses to provide subpoenaed the first fast and furious documents the investigation of the box to fast and furious investigations perhaps most significant example of the Obama administration using executive privilege to justify the refusal to cooperate with the investigation older reviews provide subpoenaed documents to the house oversight and reform committee the blatant attempt by the administration resist cooperating the investigation all to be led the led to a historic vote to hold Attorney General holder in criminal contempt yeah the thing ever happened to that he rode off into the sunset and you know what now he's out there deriding this president and this Attorney General that dirty unscrupulous piece of stuff Eric holder I wonder Kerry how many people watch you listen even had any clue those nine things happened probably not I forgot to be it be something if the legacy media actually said you know it's important to note the all this is going on well bomber was in office there were nine times or he blocked or fox abuse nobody's talking about it why because these Obama and you have to hold up on high greatest president ever you know he he's really cold you can sing like Al Green Seoul.

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"david service" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"david service" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Georgia your inside out though defeat the purpose yes it is eight nine four one pack your bags dot com here's the story nine times the Obama administration fought subpoenas or blocked official from testifying before Congress written by Matt Margolis this is from June this is how long ago he he said that out there to long and thorough and of course incredibly expensive Muller investigation Democrats were left distraught over lack of any crime to justify going for the beach right in the wake of a report since the promise new investigations in the hopes of finding some crime to just by putting the country to a process that most don't want to go through just because Democrats haven't got over the twenty sixteen election in recent weeks stories about speed is being challenged and probably will be instructed not to testify been separating the news and being presented as evidence of further instruction most notably Attorney General Barr faces a forthcoming votive content amount for not wanting to be a part of Democrats which on it seems good time as any to remind Democrats the we know they're out right at our outrageous fully M. backed out we know this is just pandering to their base once you to resist resist resist at all costs so I've compiled says Matt not example the fights over subpoenas for testimony during the Obama years the point here is that fights between the executive branch the legislative branch of rejected really for nothing new despite the rhetoric that the trump administration fighting back is Democrat which owns being on president Barack Obama spent eight years fighting with Congress over there exercising their right to recite number one or number nine fighting to beat is the new black panther party voter intimidation investigation what really happened thanks for a long time ago but blue black if the parties are committing voters at several polling places most notably in Philadelphia it's the country where they were swinging Billy club until people have had about I'm a refusal at White House sources of security testified for social secretary testified part on party crasher scandal for the party crashers deleted showed up with her husband I do remember that just like yeah they just like crash the party nope what what the White House social secretary testify about what really happened number seven refusal provides a subpoena to linger documents cylinder of millions and millions and millions of dollars of wasted taxpayer dollars this failed solar company they would not let the Congress you the documents we're going to try to impeach Obama Kerr member and new don't remember that I didn't know that was weird number six justice cake it's obamacare conflict on interest or of interest yeah we're taking service was originally about administration during which time he was heavily involved in crafting legal defense for obamacare this conflict of interest was important issue revolving about care would be going for this record federal law dictates that the record justices must recuse themselves when their impartiality might reasonably be questioned naturally your body friction do not want Kagan recused herself your body can really cases sold out future can be requested documents interviews to get get a clear understanding her role legal bomb care while she was was originally about older just the part refused there are five White House refuses to allow political director testified twenty fourteen democratic operative were concerned that the Obama White House wasn't doing enough to help before coming to terms in response those concerns about a lost the White House of all over the little strategy not reach this raise eyebrows for some workers are little bomb and his minions were using White House resources for political activity so the white house oversight and government for committee began investigating in order to make sure the White House was complying with civil service laws designed to prevent executive branch employees from engaging political activity David service see us whatever address to the office a little strategy not reach was subpoenaed but the White House refused to allow him to testify what really detail Arbel that was after now you believe what they did the poor guy don't put that in a number for treasury official block from testifying obamacare subsidies yeah they were let go can do it there are three Binh roads not allowed to testify on Iran nuclear deal I don't know what why do that it's crazy so there's a bit of the Navajo Lois Lerner refused to testify and iris targeting which exactly is exactly the date Obama use the IRS as a weapon against journalists against conservative on a five oh five oh three what if I won three go to be three we're not what is the the other terrible demarcation Lois Lerner the irises would give it out to conservatives well it's okay that that's why whatever she gives statement remember but she refused to testify and I bought gold refuses to provide 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"david service" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"david service" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Gold you probably think of the California gold rush or the Yukon gold rush or any of lots of other gold rushes that took place in North America and other places in the world in the mid to late nineteenth century but there's still old out there and that means there are still minors that are looking for it in fact that's the whole premise behind the discovery channels number one TV show Goldrush if haven't seen the show it follows three mining teams in the Yukon who searched for gold and hopefully make millions of dollars in the process and we had the chance to talk to two of the show's stars Minors Rick Nash and Tony Beats About how much school does out there and how they hope to find it so we had to ask didn't the gold rush die down after the eighteen hundreds because we you know found most of it here's Rick and Tony Did we get most of the gold back in the eighteen hundreds well I think they got a lot of gold while they did get a lot of gold back then but they all the what was the easy stuff this stuff on the surface and there's still a lot left out there to find I don't even think we just sort of a reason for it is have you know seventy five percent of the world is mine only twenty five percent land lamented think rebellion that's the service how much gold is out there I really have no the answer to that is there any way of finding out that I don't know the answer to either I hope there's lots of it though because there's a lot more like fine so how has goldmine as technology changed since those early days of the California gold rush some technologies come a long ways as far as the machines we use the dig into the ground and stuff like that and some of it hasn't she inge at all I mean at the end of the day the the final part of the process is still a sluice box and a sluice box hasn't really changed much since the eighteen nineties other than they probably were made out of wood back then and nowadays they're made out of steel a sluice or sluice box is basically a narrow trae that's about a meter long and is open both ends if you put one in a stream of water the water passes right through but the sluices have rows of riffles which are tiny obstructions that are positioned in a way so the catch the heaviest materials that pass through them and in this case that's gold those flakes or nuggets of gold get trapped at the bottom of this loose and you've got your gold easy is that if you've ever gone panning for gold you've used a sluice box hard to believe we've been using sluices for more than one hundred years now so what's the latest technology that's really the game for gold miners well some that I got into this year was Running resist tiffany lines there are some more technological advances lately I don't know how brand new they are but I definitely took advantage of this year when unresisted lines it gives you an idea of what's under the ground it tells you the contours of the bedrock and stuff like that it gives you a really good idea where to dig rick is talking about reasons. David Service which miners have started to use the last couple of decades in lots of places around the world including Malaysia Nigeria and the Korean Peninsula it basically works like this different materials like gold have different levels of electrical resistance if you WANNA current through those materials you can figure out what they are by measuring the voltage and the current applied to calculate their electrical resistance so if you drive a series of electric into the ground you can essentially form electrical circuit through the ground that you can then measure to figure out the resistance of the rocks under the surface geologists can run a reason tippety survey to find sulfide deposits and graphite zones which both conduct electricity and they can also use the surveys in places with a lot of quartz quartz has a high resistance compared to other minerals soup places that are reaching courts that might host gold will show up as zones of high res Stiffy or low conductivity who due anyway if you suddenly have gold fever as much as we do than be sure to.

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"david service" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"david service" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Management studios at radio city here's Jeanne Miller and that sick feeling yesterday that something was wrong with the brewers in general branded with Griffin particular starting pitcher so good this season Levin wins so they're getting roughed up against the Diamondbacks yesterday afternoon there down it for nothing all and then all of a sudden he came up lame actually sort in his right side yeah it'll bleak straight and this is for the problem I think for for Bruce pictures over the years in a bleak springs don't go away quick no it's one of those things that you know he's going to get an MRI today according to crack house so he's going to go to the ten day I. L. but like there's not a you know a concrete fix for this unit it's almost like Christian elegies back where you know you wish you could just tape it up and say he'll be back in two weeks and it's just it's one of those injuries that you can't put a cast on it's out of your up and he'll be fine after the fact that it's just it's one of those injuries you're going to have to deal with over the course of time hopefully he in the purse strings staff just able to manage yeah and you just go to shut it down because it's it's one of those things that you can re enter I guess very easily cut like a hamstring you tweak it and so yeah just complete rest until it fully healed because otherwise you come back too soon and you can record even worse so this is not good news for the burger is moving forward and the options in the minors I don't think they have any obvious candidates to call up to that I'm curious to talk to Tom hardcore coming up next about how this might affect the trade deadline next week in if the brewers become more aggressive in terms of acquiring another starting pitcher knowing that the future for which are of no I don't need to drum this up is something that's going to be too terribly serious like would Europe will be able to pitch again this season right pretty soon hopefully but I'm I'm curious if this changes the mentality for David servicing company about how they approach next week's trade deadline let's do it let's get to the journal Sentinel's brewers beat writer Tom hundred court he's our guest embers three.

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"david service" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"david service" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It is theater Thursday. And I've asked John O'Malley to hang out with us and more tonight as well. And we'll talk about what talking about a wide range of things. I am so thrilled that Phil Potenza reached out to me and said, hey to come and talk about some productions in Chicago. I don't think you know, you know, what I'm going to tell the story because I said what we would talk about some other time. But you said that the first time you saw me perform was at the lakeshore theater. I was the opening act for the puppetry of the penis. And I know just fun to say, it's true. What does that? That's what that's the name of the production. It was a these guys out of Australia. Head learned how to do some tricks with their body parts, but they only had thirty eight minutes of material then they needed to be to sell tickets. They they needed to flesh out the show. What? So they hired in all their tours. They started out in New York when they were here with a guy kind of warming up the crowd wearing a toga. So it was like this weird thing. But then they started hiring women as comedians to do the show before then. But I don't know if you wrote a review because Chris Jones wrote a review. To get into with that said, but it was what's her name? Heidi? Anyways. Here's your here's her review of me. Oh, gosh. Got it was pertinent. It was got it was like four it was like three peas it was predictable loud and predictable. Now, I can't remember. No, this here is polish if not loud and predictable there is. And I was so mad about that. Phil because she couldn't find a fourth p. That's right. Close. So please. So I don't know if he wrote it with you. But I don't need to know about it. If it wasn't. I know it was shining. Sure, sure. I've come a long way it was fifteen years ago here believe it what got you into writing about theater. Well, you know, I wrote for the times northwest Indiana originally for twenty two years, and it would just one of these things we're a lot of times people will think oh northwest, Indiana. It's so far away need a passport and just the opposite. We're so fortunate to be so close to Chicago. And just a stone's throw to all this great theater the theater town. So they needed somebody to Ted to fill that capacity. So I did that for two more than two decades. And then in November of two thousand fifteen left the times as they were doing a little bit of changing and went over to the post review, which is owned by the Chicago Tribune. So post Tribune is the rival in west the end of the times and same thing, they need the capacity to make sure that there's a theater voice for everything that's happening in northwest, Indiana in Chicago land. So I always listen to theater Thursday. This one of my favorite things. I thought. You know, it's perfect. The theaters are letting out I can see why Patty would have this as a segment because at ten thirty all downtown is leading up to turn the dial. And they're hearing what you have to say. Oh interesting, and we talked to a lot of the a lot of the artists, whether it's the writers directors performers, and we we try to highlight a lot of the storefront theaters throughout the smaller production companies, you know, all Cochran show and John Williams. They get all the the mama Mia, which we're gonna talk about they get all the the, you know, the those bigger splash your shows that are in town for a few months musicals, which I love going to those as well. We have such a rich theater culture here for whether it is the bigger name things. And as I mentioned, mama Mia. How long has been running at the jury. It's been there for a good two months. It's gone. It's been a fantastic run for them. And it's gone quick it closes this week on Sunday. And and for anybody that says I've seen the tours of through. There's a reason why it keeps getting produced because it's all those great songs, and they really transform that stage to make it seem as though you're right there in the Greek isles, and that sesame it's it's a nice night of their designer. And and then the cast they have is a lot of Chicago fever favorites in the name of the Goodman, and you see a number of other places, and he put them together. And it's a fun. It's a fun formula. And again, it gets people on their feet at the end for that finale, and my husband makes fun of any because I always say, I don't like musicals, and every musical I go to I love. So I don't know what's wrong with me even cats. I've never seen cats. I have never never ever seen cats. But I've never seen a live sage version of mama Mia. I know I should catch. Well, and hopefully, they'll be back. We'll just go to Sandra Meany and does live it. Yeah. Yeah. Around the island. That's right. Now Poseidon the only beside I've ever seen a was the movie with Gene Hackman where they're all trying to get out of the vote is that is that the Poseidon adventure? Musical. There's a musical. Hell areas. Upside down is made this is made for you this the Poseidon adventure, upside down musical David Certa is is there Chicago as rococco worldy when it comes to stage parody and camp, and he's been doing it for more than twenty years, and I like them because I have Indiana roots, and he's from Hammond, Indiana, just right over that that state line the site eventually, I just left say it went to tonight. It's kind of their remount of it. I thought it when it first came out about twelve years ago. And then I'd go there tonight. And then I'd come here and be ready to go splash musical that is a fun parody. And again it holds up. It's all those classic seems. So really, you do need to see the film from nineteen seventy two which you've seen a disaster flick, but they do the parody where they have every single famous senior famous line. You know, they crank it up about four notches and you're smiling from from year to year, it's very clever Shelley winters always cracks me up. Saves the day. Right. And this goes this goes for a while yet. So it's till April the twenty eighth and it's at the edge theatre. So a little bit more to the north side on north Broadway. But again, it's kind of a little bit more of a couple of steps up than to store front theater seats. But really they've come a long way, it's held a Helena handbag productions is David service company, and they started out in very very very small store from which is where you said a lot of our theater, agreed theaters. Born in his other big hit right now is it's a lampoon of the golden girls. Yeah. For a while this sort of resurgence of people's though this like a love for the golden girls has been cracking me up. There's yeah, there's action figures, and there's all these, you know, stage productions there, I think there's actually going to be like a golden girls crew's coming up. So I love it. They're doing golden great out there. And it's it's all these new generations again, they have tapped into this. Yes, he picks a few of the favourite episodes adds a few zone. And it's so well done that. It's a piece again, these original pieces that he is has written and produced they're part of his catalogue. And and I was just hearing tonight from the theater crowd that he's on his way to Indianapolis tomorrow because they're doing a production of it down there. So it's spreading across the country. This silly kind of fun period of the golden girls as well. So either or it's a great equal opportunity with David Certes fund, spoofs and parodies theater writer and critic have you seen something like that before where you know, some some production company, some director writer latches onto the thing that's gonna take whether it's something like I dunno. China mama logs, which you know, was still runs in different variations has it been something. Like, oh, you know, that that was a really smart idea to just exploded. You see, you know, you see some of it. But a lot of times, it's talk. There's so much competition that. Yeah. Things that you think are going to be born right here in the see this planet, and it's going to take off. Sometimes I it it doesn't quite grow that. Well, and and it's it's it's pretty hard for something to to make it work become so mainstream that it crosses the country. So that's why it makes me so proud of what David has been able to do. But even with the large splashy productions you were talking about downtown with Broadway in Chicago, though, they'll launch something, and it will go to Newark, it'll go someplace, but then sometimes it doesn't go further than that. So I it's a gamble. It's tough. You know, so many people's ideas entertainment is in the palm of their hand when it comes to their phone and the motivated the dignity pocket and spend some money and spend that time if theater seat, but it's a an original experience every single time. That's why I love theater so much. I know I. I agree. And although I will say, you know, John we were talking earlier about our kids. I don't know if you had to go see any of the school productions of your daughters. Yeah. I it could be it could be. It can be rough. The the the teacher like the theater director at Griffin's grade school had high and had all the kids all the kids on wireless microphones like the and the thing was that. None of the kids knew how to modulate like they would all be yelling. And then you don't have anybody on the board to like roll down like people who are too loud or heavy breathing after they finish Dan summer. Like I can. Yeah. Some kids should be stagehands. A kid's production needs to have what do they call those kind of low microphones go over the ear. And it's like the flesh color colored is. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Fourth graders. Don't need love to learn to predict right. You'll fashioned way. Yes. The all those old auditoriums at these. And it was at Amundsen. So they've got a that that auditorium was Bill Bill for that. Sure. They didn't have to say I hear these kids you on the playground sick. And felt it out those blue nosebleed seats. Yeah. A lot of these productions tell me about for for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is the court theater, and that's right over in Hyde Park right on the university of Chicago campus, and so many people I find that the court remains kind of this hidden gem that they forget about the os du theater that gets you thinking what you want all theater. Do you want to be entertained, but you know, a theater experience that leaves you talking about it all the way home in the car, you know, you've done your job. And so this is the story of eight women and talked about their stories, and then they use everything from poetry to music movement. You know, again, it's an experience that transcends in anything two thousand nine. Eighteen so many stories have been told that we've come so far. But you hear the stories that unfold on that stage. Anyways, we still have a very long way to come together to overcome. What are so many of the the common stereotypes and journals Asia's that happened? And and that's what's told through to this great piece at an innocent one that I it continues again just this week. And so I thought this is a time when I'm going to try to get all these last minute over people are thinking about the weekend. If it's gonna be a little bit cold little bit, rainy. Here's some opportunities to catch it before it leaves and Melissa DuPree is part of this cast, and she is an absolute force in nature, and she doesn't mess around when she collaborates with other people. I am sure that everybody else in this cast is as extraordinary as Melissa. Yeah. So this is again, that's for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enough it's at the court theater. And again as Phil said it's running through April fourteenth. We are talking to fill Potenza. He is a theater writer critic and columnist. We want to find out more about the productions around Chicago when we come back, whereas the hanging out with John O'Malley, and we're and find out what's the one or two possibly law enforcement shows that he'll he'll sit down to watch. 'cause I don't watch shows about comedians under saying and Scott. It doesn't like that about me. Just don't find more in a moment. Seven twenty WGN. Changing.

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"david service" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"david service" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Hire people to open your windows, which what is this? Do. I have a eye on the back of my sweatshirts. Geez. Do you guys have a meeting before I showed up though? But i'll. Yes. Just seems to me like, you know, we go through you'll start to get some couple nights days, or whatever you want to open the windows up. So you do and you kinda get just to let the house you breathe. But then you go right into closing the backup. Oh, sure. Sure. And then you're right back into the same. You know what I did this week? I'm not sure I'm. Do you no free meal? Now, here's a tip for everybody. Okay. Okay. This is home improvement to during a kid. Okay. Turn your air conditioner on the day. Just to make sure what if it works. No, I'm serious. I'm serious. I turned it on two days ago. Three days ago. We had a decent day. The sun was out. It was mid fifties. And I just you know, I keep my heat my house at sixty eight. So I turned it off the air conditioning on sixty five. Yes, I'm sorry. I know you keep yours lower. But I'm older jealous. So anyway, I turned it. I turn the air conditioning on how come on baby. Working click waited for a little bit of time. Looked at my thermostat. It brought the temperature down. I did my check last year. I did that same thing. Baby. Nah, it didn't work and it was in March. And I remember the air conditioning company that came out I was going to need a compressor. I didn't need a release which or something and. The guy goes you're so smart for turning it on most people turn it on the first really hot day, and it doesn't work and then they call and then there's a line people waiting David service. But it turn it on. If you get it service to get on the phone make your appointment, but just clicking on see if it works. This sounds stupid. Screw something up because I know, but you know, when running the heater in all that stuff and flip at the AC. Yeah. Well, I said my prayers did it come on baby. And you're waiting for you know, it takes a thirty seconds fourteen gauge come on me. So so technically, she we'd be having our that's a heat pump outside right compressor compressor and in the air change in the basement furnace. That's correct. Having those check twice a year. Yeah. Heating and cooling heating ankle a lot of people, you know, for two hundred and fifty bucks, they'll do a service both of them, and, you know, coming tune them up yet for two times a year and. In the the life of your air handler and everything's gonna last longer. And if you need some well, the whole free on things up in the air right now because you know, they're changing out freon. So if you have older. On the compressor with the free on. And you don't have the right. That's a whole nother story. You have to get new. You have to get new that is a whole lot of story. Yeah. That's all. I think. Ours is new and I don't think we're into the newer ones. My one isn't. But anyway, anyway, turn it on see if funny. Sure works so day. Like today would be a good day would be. Yeah. Sure. Just just don't forget to switch it back over. Well, you'll know. Make up the middle of night. You'll know you'll know fifty three degrees. But seriously, I mean, now's the time to check that kind of stuff. I talked to people that I saw so much multiple stat on sidewalks driveways because gutters were clogged this week. Yeah. Tell you how many houses I went to just pulling up there. See that. That's because of that. You know, I can always tell us the problem when the maple tree starts to grow. They start sprouting in your gutters maple trees start to grow that. I know is an issue if you got vegetation in you got Brown. I don't have them. But I know it's so social we fluff are multi right now, we're not gonna mulch fluff. It up just take a look at. I mean, just fluffing it up. Sometimes makes us look brand new cleaning is cleaning beds right now is the thing to do clean out of bed. Prep get out there. Rakaat clean. It up flip up the mulch. If you need to do any soil amendment rake, the mulch back at a little pint pint soil conditioner compost, manure something like that working in a little bit. Bring him back over top. I really don't get into heavy mulching until later into the season. And then you do it before you go into the summertime I like to let the soil warm up and dry out. Habit at Multan in April. And that's okay. Next year. I'm not gonna do that it works. I mean, you can still pull landscape company starting February. Here's why don't like it. I'll add to your tip. Because a lot of the bushes. You know, they're struggling now in their easily pruned, right? And if I put the mulch down now about the tenth of June, all those bushes need trimming, and now I got this new multi granite put all the clippings on top of the new mulch. This were old shower curtains and old sheets come in handy. I'm not that good laying down around their slice wondering about halfway down the middle. I'm just not that good it around like you. Give him a haircut and a haircut. Yes. You still me? You're gonna come over and do it. But I'm telling you the security guard nevertheless me in the gate. I'll do it myself. Okay, fine. But anyway, I liked that tip doing the most later. Yeah. And mulch it later goes you're going up,.

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"david service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"david service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You so much. You are listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek Carol Massar along with Jason Kelly said we're gonna talk about that big deal whilst they didn't get into an interesting story in the private equity space about a new venture to issue collateralized loan obligations. This folks is among our most read stories on the Bloomberg on this Monday. Also, March madness it's here. So we'll talk with a math professor at Davidson college. He's got an NC double a BRAC Ptolemy class. So we'll talk to him about that first though, let's get the BusinessWeek agenda. We've got Joe Weisenthal markets editor at Bloomberg news, co host of wedge amiss coming your way at four PM Wall Street time on Bloomberg TV he's in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio along with Dave Wilson are stocks editor at Bloomberg news. Sedav set the tone. I feel like it's tick tock we're just kind of waiting for that fed meeting. A lowest some other big macro stories this week. Well, there is that. But in the absence of those events, I mean, you still seeing stocks build on what they did last week. So, you know, it's funny if you look at the last two weeks, or so you can argue it's sort of a smaller version of what we saw the last four months. I mean think about December stocks fall out of bed and then right after Christmas, then you get the recovery and we've made back the losses, and then some now had that hesitation week before last new five days down in a row for the S and P five hundred last week four or five up best week of the year. And we're getting more of a today. So you're almost getting to the point where the records that we set last September. Or so that the next hurdle for stocks. And you know, obviously, there's a lot of the movement that would have to happen between here and there, but there are also catalysts. The fed policy meeting or whatever that could lead to that happening. I gotta say Joe what I love is everybody just saying, hey this bull market. It's really long for it to come to an end. And we keep hearing that over and over again. And here we are each weird because you all of one day you'll hear someone's like, oh, we're in the ninth inning or specific. And then the next thing you hear the same person. Take markets don't die of old age. She is just repeat these phrases over and over again. But I do think that people say bull markets don't die of old age. They don't really internalize it. And because it's been going on for ten years. They think the next shoe must be about to drop or something must be on the corner. Just because it's been so long, and I do think that the missing piece to that line of thinking. So we have little mini bursts bust Q four last year was one thousand eleven we saw one beginning of two thousand sixteen we saw in twenty fifteen so it's not like we don't have sharp downturn hasn't been just a straight line out. You do get these periods. Where sort of the imbalances pop, and it sort of resets itself makes me think if the market now is a different type of market where we kind of have these things build up they burst quickly, and then we kind of resume our upper trend. That's what it feels like it. Also, I think the fed very specifically would like to pop many bubbles rather than let it big bubble emerge. I just have this portrait of like J up in a mini bubble here. And there. Got it. Exactly. What's interesting to me with Mark Lazarie a little bit earlier about an hour and a half ago and one of the things he was saying from because he's a distressed investor. And he said, you know, we don't need necessarily a big correction or a recession. But we would like to see is just like, you know, growth slowing down a little bit some idiosyncrasies that we can take advantage of it in the market. So everything not falling apart. Right. But opportunities presenting themselves continue to see Dave. We do you. The question now is going to have another opportunity come out of what's going on with earnings because let's face it. You know, we've seen this year. Stocks move up and earnings estimates come down and again now have analysts looking for a first quarter decline, an S and P five hundred earnings. So what happens from that? Do you get to quarters it gives you an earnings recession at least knew some people describe it. You know, the Dan get the recovery later in the year. And how does that play out? I mean, these are all elements that may set us up for another move, quadruple witching. We got on Friday does that. I don't know what happens after that. Do we ever see any kind of specific movement or historically thing I've seen in that regard? Can't remember the strategist off hand is that the week after tends to be not so great. But here we are looking at an S and P five hundred this higher. It's been higher for most of the day. So we'll see if that track record has any bearing on where we are. Now. I love it Lucar. Why did you see this story about eight lows? It's a flow rider market structure, Jeffries, chief market strategist, David service is apparently going back to that hit. There's a track a chorus where he says low eight consecutive times. Anyway, he gets into this thing. And he explains why the US markets are heading even higher. This to me sounds a little tight. Controversy with the story about how many people would get that reference. Yeah. I don't think many people read to get any Carol would automatically now writer I mean fan, but yeah, that's. But I just feel like, you know, everybody's kind of trying to explain this environment. Kind of where we are. What about what we get from the fed come Wednesday? Is there anything we get a new? I call it. The scatter platter. Interesting that we get a new dot plot. There will be a new job. Pretty interesting. I have this thing. The scatter platter. Scatter platter better. Thank you should be interesting because everybody expects, you know, pretty big downshift, but it's much more down. That's the important thing. There's been a massive repricing of expectation since the last dodge, and is the is the across the board is the FOMC really all going to drop its dodgers aggressively as the market has that does raise. The question is like maybe there will be some hawker surprise on the out there like, yeah. Like, we're patient, but we're not done hiking. Yeah. Could be a message in could give the market a little bit of rude surprise entirely possible. I mean, considering you know, you look a few months out, and you see sort of built in projections that we're going to get rate cuts. So who knows? Dave wilson. Went out to people because we are on radio. The Dave Wilson is wearing a fortune cookie. Tie with the bunch of fortunes all over it. Maybe you'll read some of those later on the show 'cause you'll be back with us for your chart inside today. Joe Weisenthal sending you off to do. Some the co host of what minutes coming up at four PM Wall Street time wanted to debate. I read just one of them had I guess we'll get to it later. Let's get to the Bloomberg markets part of the day one number that tells us a lot today's number is two point one billion dollars lift seeking to raise as much as two point one billion dollars in its initial public offering value the firm at up to eighteen point five billion dollars number two US ride hailing giant behind Uber. Offering thirty point eight million shares at sixty two dollars to sixty eight dollars each. That's according to a regulatory filing today, and it would be at this targeted range would be the biggest from tech upstarts in snap. Went public two years ago, the largest in the US so far this year after the partial government shutdown put a damper on first quarter listings, we talked about that. Right. That was one of the effects of it with the government shutdown people couldn't get there. Their listings in and we're gonna have much more on lift coming up in just a few minutes. We're gonna catch up at the newcomer like I know so much about that in Denmark. It was that far fun doing sports. Oh my God. It was the best to just say when they pulled together all those people like you're in the room. And you're like, oh my God. There's so. All right. Let's get a check on world and national news headlines every Bob.

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"david service" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"david service" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"How long will that preacher not ceased to pervert the right ways? The Lord missed darkness had fallen on him. And he needs somebody to lead him by the hand, the next stop leaders in Germany in the detail of four cities as perga- of Pamphili. Oh that is where John Mark left the evangelistic party and went home to Jerusalem. If a person is going to quit the medicine. I can think of no better place to go. Then to go to Jerusalem. It was a Jerusalem that John Mark would be reminded of the cross he could go out to Calvary. Visit the place of a skull and see the very place where the Lord had been crucified. He could remember how it was to follow that Lord that night. With nothing, but a sheet wrapped around his naked body, somebody had snatched the sheet and he fled naked. He could visit the empty tomb. He could go to the amount of Ali and see the place of the ascension and beaver minded, again, how the angel said this same Jesus shell so come in like manner as you'd be held him going into heaven. He could visit Bethlehem and see where Jesus was born. He could see and beat reminded in Jerusalem. How the church began. He could see all this. And remember Jesus was a good place for him to be seen there in Jerusalem at a good place for John Mark to go. We don't know why Mark lift Paul and Barnabas whatever the reason he did not have a good one. Perhaps it was because he was homesick. Or feared the danger that was evident everywhere Paul mission. One time that he had been in perils of rivers and robbers and a lot of other things traveling with Barnabus and Paul was not your usual Sunday school picnic, whatever the reason Paul did not consider it valid on the next trip. He would have nothing to do with a quitter and refused to take him. However before Paul died he would refer to John Mark and say he was profitable for ministry. John Mark came back. This is encouraging for all of us who sometimes get depressed and quit or perhaps think about it. Go-to Roussel of again, I see the place look at the cross on the hill of Calvary with the blood of Jesus was shed for you. Go again to the Lord's table. That'd be reminded the blood that was poured out. Mission of your sans. See again, the empty tomb you worship on the first day of the week. I hear the voice of angel say he is not here for he is risen go to Jerusalem and come back to the ministry of the Lord. Now, the less city in this tale of four cities if another Antioch the one in Antioch city up. All went to the Senegal. Yes. SEM to speak and he did. And what a speech it was. He told them about the glorious history the past he told him about Moses Samuel, Saul David, John, the Baptist and then the rulers who with pilot crucified the Lord. But no matter where he started. He always wound up talking about Jesus the same should be the aim of our preaching today, though, better where you start or what Femi approach lead them to the cross lead them to Jesus he mentioned that David serve his generation and then fell asleep. The same should be true for us serve your generation before you fall asleep. I served my generation back in the nineteen forties. The service continued into the nineteen fifties. Then into the nineteen sixties the end of the nineteen seventies. The end of the nineteen eighties the nineteen nineties and now into the first decade of the twenty first century. Our job is to serve our generation. Before we fall asleep. You see Beauce and early Christian writer whose life straddled the last part of a third century and the first part of the fourth century observes that the word cemetery is a Christian word. It comes from the Greek word that means dormitory says Gohmert. Tori is where people sleep the cemetery is a dormitory where the buddy of the Christian sleeps. Until the resurrection centers are buried in the graveyard, but the Christian is laid to rest in the dormitory. It said that the early Christians did not bid their brethren who fell asleep goodbye, but good night. That is a scriptural thought. Minds of the gospel song that says it when it comes to the weary blessed release. Upward. We passed to the kingdom of peace when free from the heartaches that on earth. We must share. We'll say good night here, but good morning of there. And so while the body of the Christian sleeps in the dormitory, his spirit has gone to be with the Lord. Paul tells us to be absent from the body is to be at home with the Lord. So we as Christians sorrow, not as those who have no hope for if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so also them that are fall asleep in Christ. We'll God bring with him. David serve generation and then fell asleep. But if David service generation fell asleep. And we serve our generation fall asleep. What generation does Jesus serve considering the fact that he also fell asleep on the cross his life span in the flesh was about thirty three years the difference in the in the Lord and us is that although Jesus serve his generation and fell asleep. He also rose from the dead and has served every generation says that time Jesus serves this generation of twenty-first-century, Shirley, SE served the apostles and their generation in the first century. There were many profited from the message Paul preached that day. They even toll Paul they would like to hear him again the next Sabbath day. So he preached the same sermon all over again the next week to a crowd that included almost everybody in town. Ladies and gentlemen. There are many truths in the word of God that need to be preached over and over again, we need to use the hammer of the word of God. The poem the truth into our sensibilities in.

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