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Big Tech Critic Lina Khan to Lead the Federal Trade Commission

The Vergecast

02:02 min | 4 hrs ago

Big Tech Critic Lina Khan to Lead the Federal Trade Commission

"Mckenna kelly. How're you doing. I'm doing god. It's going to be back. Yes have you a lot of antitrust news this week including like a secret switcheroo from the biden administration with lena. Kahn which is very exciting for five minutes. A bunch of bills from the house. Let's start with lena. Cohen who is appointed confirmed the federal trade commission. That's a big deal. It's a really big deal. So this week. She finally received a floor vote. It was a bipartisan vote. Republicans and democrats not going to say all republicans but enough to get a confirmed voted for her and that was early in the morning about eleven thirtyish and then a couple hours later i was watching this hearing on smart home. Check in competition and amy klobuchar friend of the pod. She leaked g basically scooped. Everyone that lena was going to be the chairwoman. Fdic and lead the agency a mad scramble to be like what you say right. It was like chima speak and all of a sudden reuters is reporting. This is confirmed and everyone was like. Oh dang okay cool so. She took her oath of office. On tuesday believe and she is currently leading the. That's amazing. so lena somebody also a friend of the bug. She's been on the verge before probably listeners. Quickly she was a law student. Columbia have really influential lottery. Paper about amazon called amazon's trust paradox. remarkable for a law students. Love your article three. That influential chee ended up advising agencies advising the fcc than she was on david sicily's antitrust subcommittee wrote a lot of the investigation than was nominated for that. And now she's the chair at the otc like she's in charge of overseeing mergers acquisitions of making sure the markets are competitive just a real rocket ship of her career from law school to leading the and she's not been shy about how she perceives the power of these big

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Soul Therapy with Thomas Moore

The Mindful Minute

02:25 min | 1 d ago

Soul Therapy with Thomas Moore

"Care of the soul is a book. I have read probably ten times at this point. And i continue to revisit it. Thank you that. And i am about three quarters of the way through soul therapy and i've loved it so far. Oh excellent. i'm so glad and is so therapy out now. Can we get it. Yes it came out yesterday. I think less congratulations the twenty fifth foot everyday. That was two days ago. Now thank you okay. So the mindful min- is in essence. A meditation podcast. We talk about the how the why the what of meditation and i thought before we jump into the book. I just wondered if maybe you could share a little bit about your own. Reflective practices meditative practices are or stillness practices. If you have any sure absolutely so you know that. When i was young i was a monk and for thirteen years and so i studied meditation. Then and i've meditated probably an hour and a half day those thirteen years so that was kind of empty meditation with the call. It kinda fun though focus But anyway it was quite wonderful. And now i've changed though i've changed in my taste my ideas and I have learned. I think mainly from henry. David thorough air comment. That really stuck with me. I read them a lot and yet a comment that That for him it was important to compost contemplate within nature to go out and they turn contemplates a for him but that was the most important thing and what i got from that that and fits in with my larger philosophy that it's important to be contemporary tive of by the way that phrase i prefer to to tour i prefer bit contemplates in that today because it suggests contemplating something and i liked the idea of being in the world with your spirituality to be in the world to make it a worldly not just separate i think anything that separate world from spirit as a really is a mistake. That's caused a lot of trouble.

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Keuchel Crisp Thru 7, Leads White Sox Past Rays 3-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Keuchel Crisp Thru 7, Leads White Sox Past Rays 3-0

"Dallas Crichel into relievers combined on a six hitter is the white section out the rays three nothing cockle went the first seven innings allowing four hits with five strikeouts and one walk improving to six and one on the season Michael was happy with the victory I'll definitely take this one I felt really good come out of the gate I knew I had my work cut out for me and then and I'm just glad we got the win and I was able to contribute more than more than the first two months Liam Hendricks finished up notching save number eighteen ostensibly the Sox got a solo home run from Adam main goal and an RBI single from Danny Mendix with the third run coming in on an error with the victory the Sox have won five of their last six while the rays saw their four game winning streak snapped David Shuster Chicago

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Steve Pearce Describes the Biggest Opportunity for Voice in McDonald's' Digital Business

VOICE Global 2021

03:03 min | 3 d ago

Steve Pearce Describes the Biggest Opportunity for Voice in McDonald's' Digital Business

"Did they start how to. Mcdonald's start looking at voice when it comes to the k. also ended up mon ching An alexa skill. Tell us a little bit about jenny. Yes show so you think you're looking voice in the market has kind of been key. Things may not always try and keep quite close to technology and and trends and a dining anyone could ignore. How how much voices grinder the last few years especially. I'm not percents People use voice. Assistant where is on a small firing or high. I am so it was. It was something that we have to look into a and b That emerging trend says really exciting for us about a kind of dig into voice. Eloy can date for us today but then trying to build a right map for the future as well. Well just thinking a little bit about roy. Bap as we say voices definitely maturing. I think i would say over the past twelve months. We've seen it coming out the innovation space and being much more embedded into different lines of business. I'm we're seeing businesses looking at it in terms of conversational marketing and being part of the digital strategy site Why do you see the biggest opportunity for voice at in the digital business at mcdonalds. Yeah i think i'm right now. We have to look at how consumers engage voice. I am. And i think it's fantasize the moment we say as i can engage platform across say looking at kind of our website. Very similar kind of model is how someone would maybe come into to greet the brand of mcdonald's and then how we can then hand off to of digital products am oversee the navan bay get to digital ordering some point but we need to make sure that seamless some friction as customers the Now off i could How do we get people engaging with the skill and then hand david to a more established digital products because mcdonald's is really convenience water from we've got on mike Mentioned after and think voice has a way to integrate nicely with with apps in the future. You just maybe context for those watching the just tell us a little bit about what the digital ordering experience of mobile is like right now at mcdonald's because it's different around the world yes show there's them a few markets that have them have the we have here in a mcdonald's and so we we branded it as the mcdonald's app say the this gives you the ability to place in the end to end order whether it's at a restaurant or something we've recently launched his will cooling delivery so this gives the ability to have your order delivered by an essentially. It's a you've visited. Mcdonald's you say nice big Kiosks you can order yourself in his having one of them in your pocket you create your account then able to browse off full menu at any item you want and then choose a class. Wherever that's delivery drive in store or one of our new phages which is clicking sets having ruled out to your balking bike which is a a really vip experience.

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MLB-Best Rays Power Past White Sox; Glasnow Exits Early

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

MLB-Best Rays Power Past White Sox; Glasnow Exits Early

"Austin meadows Brandon Lowe and Randy arose arena all hit home runs as the rays defeated the white Sox five to to the game pitting the two teams with the best records in the major leagues Loewen arose arena hit solo shots while meadows was a two run blast that came in the first inning meadows anticipated a good battle we know it's gonna be a tie game and especially with you know the two top teams going at it we know that you know it's going to be you know game a few runs are you know one big error home run will you know do the job J. P. FireEye's and picked up the win in relief he improved to three and with lance Lynn now seven into suffering the loss the rays have won four straight while the white Sox saw their four game winning streak snapped David Shuster Chicago

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Peterson, Smith Lead Mets to 5-2 Home Win Over Cubs

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Peterson, Smith Lead Mets to 5-2 Home Win Over Cubs

"David Peterson earned his first win in exactly two months by allowing just one hit over six shutout innings in the Mets five to win over the cubs Peterson was R. one four with a six point three two ERA in his last nine starts but he allowed just a third inning single to Eric Sogard who me picked up second for the final out of the frame I think it came down to just being able to execute executing pitches throughout the night and I think that led to led to what happened Dominic Smith hit a solo Homer and Kevin pillar added a two run double off loser Jake Arianna as New York beat Chicago at home for the first time in eight games Anthony Rizzo and Patrick wisdom hit back to back homers off Trevor may in the seventh I'm Dave Ferrie

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HHS Budget Proposal Promotes Leftist Language, Changes 'Mother' to 'Birthing Person'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:25 min | 3 d ago

HHS Budget Proposal Promotes Leftist Language, Changes 'Mother' to 'Birthing Person'

"More lunch. How would that song sound? If the left got its way? Now I am by no means a professional singer. Matter of fact, I have been known to shatter glass. But I'm thinking would be birthing person. Do you think they'll drop the bomb? Mm. You think so? Jim said something. It's terrible. But a birthing person. Do you think they're like this song? Mm. Birthing person. Do you think they'll put me in the firing light? The song just doesn't have the resonance of Mother. I just Yeah, And the song just doesn't sound right now. Listen, I don't know David Gilmour. I definitely don't want to know Roger Waters, but they had a few other people and like I said, in abandoning some ham with him, but they had a few other people. I used to listen to Floyd before they went crazy. But there are other tunes and I'm wondering how crazy would they gym queue up another one for me, I'll dealer's choice. Whichever one you want to find myself in times of trouble. Mother Mary comes to me speaking would alright Thanks. You When I find myself in times of trouble. Mother. Birthing person. Mary, come to this. I just Doesn't have the same effect. Punch gusto. I'm not sure the Beatles would have had a hit with that one. If the left

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The G7's Fuzzy Climate Pledges

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:39 min | 4 d ago

The G7's Fuzzy Climate Pledges

"Weekend. Summit of the g seven has concluded on the matter of the pandemic. The blocks pledge was clear. Cut it will deliver a billion vaccine doses to poor countries over the next year but another priority was climate change naturalist sir david and broke had pressed for cooperation on climate in a video message to the gathering the decisions. We make this decade in particular. The decisions made by the most economically. Advanced nations are the most important in human history. Britain's prime minister. Boris johnson suggested the leaders at the summit would meet the moment. We were clear this weekend. Action has to start with us in the end commitments on climate seemed straightforward solid emissions targets. A move away from coal a renewal of an annual hundred billion dollar budget to the developing world to deal with climate change but campaigners found the outcome disappointing oxfam called the summit a colossal failure before in the history of the g. Seven has been such a big filing in contrast to what needs to be the g. Seven summit serves as a template for the world can expect from the enormous cop twenty six climate meeting later this year and on that score the blocks pledges leave a little too much to the imagination. It's encouraging that climate change was at the heart. As the communique that came out to the g seven yesterday catrine break is the economist environment editor. And certainly there was some very lofty words in their relation to climate targets. But what's disappointing is that. They were incredibly vague on detail.

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Fighting Sin by Obeying God With One Another

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:12 min | 4 d ago

Fighting Sin by Obeying God With One Another

"Deuteronomy chapter nineteen verses. Fifteen a single witness shall not suffice against a person for any crime or for any wrong in connection with any offence that he is committed only on the evidence of two witnesses or of three witnesses shall charge be established so this picture and deuteronomy is describing how god is calling his people to carry out justice and specifically here to ensure that sufficient witnesses are brought forward to establish a charge. Now we can talk more about this context in deuteronomy chapter nineteen. But the reason. I wanna read verse. Fifteen here specifically and lead us to pray. According to it is because of the foundation this lays for something. Jesus later teaches in matthew chapter eighteen versus fifteen to twenty there when he talks about church discipline and accountability and he talks about how when a brother sends against you or we could use the same picture from glacial chapter six. When brothers caught in sin her sisters caught in center sisters sins against you. Then jia says go to that person just between you and that person and talk about this and seek reconciliation ultimately seek reconciliation between them. And god you want to call them away from sin and certainly secret any reconciliation. That's needed with them. Between you and that person but if that person she says refuses to listen to you what does he say he says matthew chapter eighteen verse sixteen but if he does not listen take one or two others along with you that every charge may be established by the evidence of two or three witnesses. And as soon as i say that you realize what jesus is saying they're in matthew. Chapter eighteen or sixteen is based completely on what we just read. And god's law in deuteronomy chapter nineteen verse fifteen

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Vaccination-Era Wedding Boom in the US as Vendors Scramble to Keep Up

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Vaccination-Era Wedding Boom in the US as Vendors Scramble to Keep Up

"Couples in the U. S. are racing to the altar in a vaccination your wedding boom that has been used in other vendors in high demand with a love can never be canceled Maggie lord who's a vice president at David's bridal people were going to get married one way or another we solve many many couples had what we call part one and then they get a smaller wedding during Kobe and now they're having parts you and they're having a larger celebration they're having you know did the big wedding that they had planned for before so if you've got a lot of wedding invitations lately it is the largest of all time actually after

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Attenborough: G-7 Must Speed up Climate Action

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Attenborough: G-7 Must Speed up Climate Action

"G. seven leaders are talking about climate change on the final day of the summit in England with naturalist David Attenborough warning they must take urgent action to avoid human based environmental catastrophe I can process global warming and loss of biodiversity of the only doubt us is the fact that he says our societies and nations are unequal the question sons forces us to address specifically in twenty twenty one is whether as a result of these intertwined facts we're on the verge of destabilizing the entire planet the naturalist adds if that he's so then decisions we make this decade in particular the decisions made by the most economically advanced nations of the most important in human history Charles the last month London

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Bills That Could Force Big Tech Breakups Unveiled in House

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 d ago

Bills That Could Force Big Tech Breakups Unveiled in House

"A bipartisan group of lawmakers is proposing sweeping legislation to curb the power of the nation's big tech companies like apple and Facebook a house subcommittee on antitrust legislation has concluded Facebook Google Amazon and apple abuse their market power charging excessive fees crushing smaller companies and extracting valuable data from users who can't really opt out Rhode Island Democrat David Cicilline he says right now on regulated tech monopolies have too much power over our economy the proposed legislation targets the structure of the companies and could force them to sever their dominant platforms from other lines of business it's considered a big step for Congress and many Republicans who have spoken out against big tech dominance still oppose congressional intervention Jackie Quinn Washington

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Chicago Police Officer Charged in Capitol Insurrection

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

Chicago Police Officer Charged in Capitol Insurrection

"A police officer in Chicago is facing charges in the U. S. capitol riot in January prosecutors say Carol Cheswick broke into and damage the office of Oregon senator Jeff Merkley and texted photos of himself inside while wearing a police department sweat shirt after telling someone he was going to Washington to save the nation Chicago police superintendent David Brown calls it up a trail of everything we stand for R. O. the law brown says Chadwick was relieved of duty he was on medical leave in Chicago on the day of the riot brown says the fact an officer is charged with an attack on American democracy makes my blood boil makes me sick to my stomach a federal magistrate ordered Cheswick released on bond I'm a Donahue

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Wall Street Journal Proves David Horowitz' Liberal 'Anti-Anti-Communist' Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last week

Wall Street Journal Proves David Horowitz' Liberal 'Anti-Anti-Communist' Theory

"The break, I would get to this perfect example again of what I told you. David Horowitz is anti anti Communist theory is we are the anti Communist. I get to question all time. I don't get the left. They support Iran. The Iran deal. Iran throws gays off buildings The left is not hard to understand that all we are the anti Communists. The left are the anti anti communist whatever us as freedom fighters are for their against. It's that simple. The left used to claim with the you and others. They were four civil liberties and free speech. That's a joke. They are the ones the biggest advocates for wiping conservative of conservatives all fake book off Twitter and off screw tube. They have nothing. They don't care. It's all about free speech. All this stuff is a joke. Whatever you support their against Here's the perfect Article, Wall Street Journal today. America's energy gifted dictators. What have you What does the left hold You There. Principles are on Russia, Russia, Russia, the PP tape. They were back scratching with Donald Trump. They colluded to win an election. Russia's our number one geopolitical foe. Russia is awful. Russia is terrible. They've told you that right left this. You've heard it from your left his friends awful. Vladimir Putin colluded with Donald Trump to steal an election in 2016. We've heard it over and over again, so they're principles are right, according to their own words. That Russia is the biggest threat to the United States right now in our election process. Which is really strange, because when you read this Wall Street Journal opinion piece today, America's energy gift to dictators. You find out that yes, Um Joe Biden is busy dumping sanctions on a Russian gas pipeline to Germany that will benefit Vladimir Putin and Russian energy sales tremendously at the same time, by the way, Joe Biden is killing the Keystone XL Pipeline and Anwar, which will benefit energy production in the United States and U. S citizens.

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David Horowitz Suggests Liberals Are the 'Anti-Anti-Communists'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | Last week

David Horowitz Suggests Liberals Are the 'Anti-Anti-Communists'

"You know, less concerns like that doesn't sound good. That sounds really awful. And liberals like, uh, maybe we should cut a deal with them. They'll come remember some costs, they'll come around. Next time we'll pick new liberals to lead there and the next ones will be better. You may be saying to yourself. Why do they do that? Why does the left ally themselves with all of these people who Contradict what appear to be their principles. Iran communists Whatever. Well, I've never heard a better explanation and the explanation by David Horowitz. He has this theory. Remember this. Write it down. Tattoo it on your arms. Well, don't tattoo because I want to take responsibility, making a temporary tattoo. One of those like, you know, Hannah things you can clean off later on. He calls it the anti anti Communist theory. Where the anti Communists us right conservatives, libertarians, You know good American loving Democrats. They're out there. Some Republicans Where the anti communists We do anything to fight communism because we believe in liberty and freedom. We don't believe in collective rule. We don't believe in the government control the means of production. We don't believe we are anti communist. That's us. That is principled. There is a guiding ethos to communism. We are absolutely against. We don't believe in collectivism. We believe in individual economic, liberty and political liberty. You can't separate those two high. Friedrich Hayek was absolutely right. You can't separate political liberty from economic liberty. It doesn't matter who you vote for. If we vote for can steal your stuff tomorrow. It doesn't matter. The two were the same. They're linked together forever. The left hates us so much. That Horowitz's principle of the anti anti Communist is right that they will be against. Anything where four The left The left and liberals are the anti anti communist

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The Abundant Provision of God (Deuteronomy 15:4)

Pray the Word with David Platt

01:39 min | Last week

The Abundant Provision of God (Deuteronomy 15:4)

"Deuteronomy chapter fifteen verse. Four and then verse eleven. I i four. God says but there will be no poor among you for the lord will bless you in the land that the lord god is giving you fern inheritance to possess. So that's i four. And then deuteronomy chapter fifteen verse. Eleven says for there will never cease to be poor in the land. therefore i command you. You shall open wide your hand to your brother to the needy and the poor in your land so put these verses together. Clearly god is telling his people especially as they go into the promised. Land care for one another provide for one another guard against poverty. In one another there will be no poor among you god desired for all of his people to be plentifully supplied for. And you see in. God's law all kinds of provisions to keep people out of poverty to rescue people from poverty which is why when you get to chapter fifteen verse eleven god acknowledges that there will be things in the sinful broken world the result an poverty and so god commands his people. You shall open wide your hand to your brother to the needy and the poor in your land. What a phrase open wide your hand to the poor to those in need

Building a Career With Drones

The Air Up There

02:04 min | Last week

Building a Career With Drones

"Thanks so much for being here with us. I know i am really excited to hear a little bit more about you. And about the work that you do with the global drone academy. So why don't we start off. Could you just introduce yourself and introduce the global air drone academy to us. Sure sure so. My name is a no moment. And i'm the co founder of global on academy. We started the academy backs in a tony. sixteen but before then we actually started our commercial arm which is called global media So we i got into other drone industry of course like other entrepreneurs here. There's so many applications in so many different industries. I we wanted to be you know one of the first on the ground floor. So with our proper research you know before getting into industry and You know we were providing services in real estate field For construction site mapping for other uses as well and you realize that the issue really wasn't going to grow unless more people generally understood you know about trump technology out in not just using john's or crew pictures and video but you know how to jones to to save lives so once we understood the power of of education you know when it comes to industry We really decided to a david. I entered industry when we started the The academy to reach to youth and adults To to of course teach the youth about drones -nology but we related more to steam united nations science technology engineering math and then for adults we focus on industry specific training really empowering them to become license so they can also start a business as well. So that's some of the things. Deity can

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Feast of Fun

03:00 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Channels That elisa doolittle character in my fair lady which i imagined that every speech pathologists every voice coach is intimately familiar with that musical and the beginning of it. They're showing her as a as a poor flower girl and she speaks and people can understand what she saying. Did you say comes. We don't say can't in the united states because that sounds like something. Naughty can't can't can't maybe throw was not supposed to my ears. it should have been. Yeah absolutely well. I mean at one and i ain't old so it caught me whatever to the entree idea it's difficult. It's very difficult Although today you know geographically speaking Levels mobility are suing extraordinary accents or dialect saw beginning to be ironed out. And so it's much easier to be able to specify where people from. Although i find it very interesting that when i'm in the back of a cab in new york city often the driver says to me wearing from where do you think i'm from noon. I put on my best down to the abbey voice. They say south african australian. Have you ever watched downton abbey. Oh my god here. English everything new york city. Everybody's so used to you. Know that sort of sound that ricky as makes we'll open lot roaster s joy. English was your as opposed to allowing each file to have third enunciate to ten dollars. Stewart could be from iowa for all we know in part of it is like you're right now in american culture popular culture. Everybody's very obsessed with ryan murphy's miniseries halston where the great legendary designer who was born in iowa grew up in indiana and talk like this very sophisticated and part of it. I started thinking about this david. Sedaris wrote in his book me talk pretty one day about how common it is for gay men to get speech. Lessons fix their gay lisp. But we've also observed in films like the king's speech where british aristocrats or even the monarchy. And in that film in your life hired voice coaches to get them to speak clearly indeed. Yeah absolutely yeah. I i watched The netflix halston the other evening. I haven't i haven't completed it often in the series. I thought it fascinating the way the the name of the actor. Why does the namely urge thank you so much. Who's yeah smoke. It's like you know any very key found this wonderful turn. You obviously

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"david small" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"david small" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"He addressed the nation two hours ago. We're one step closer to vaccinating the nation. We're one step closer to putting $1400 in the pockets of Americans. We're one step closer to extending unemployment benefits for millions of Americans were shortly gonna lose it. But at the conservative CPAC conference in Florida Republican representative Devin Nunes slammed the bill. It's a Trojan horse they're using covert. We just passed a covert bill 45 days ago that Donald Trump signed into law, Devon, You spent all that money yet? And so this is this is going to be their slush fund for the next four years. All of this is a C D. C. Warne states not to relax covert 19 rules as a decline in case of stalls and variant show up across the nation. Global health expert, Dr Peter Hotez says people need to keep following the rules. This is gonna be very difficult period beginning of April. This is this is going to be a game changer. It is still a challenge to get covert 19 vaccine appointments. W. USA reporter Matthew Tourist says the system in Washington D. C is a mess. New Day new problems for David Small two days in a row. Now he was unable to book a vaccine appointment through D. C health sign a portal in froze up on me. That then kicks me all the way back out to the beginning, and I could never get back in because the system seems so overloaded. He joins countless others frustrated about the website on Thursday wouldn't allow people in the new eligible group of 18 and over with certain medical conditions to book a slot. But today there were even more hurdles like errors with capture the letter verification system to make sure you're not robots and Venice. CBS is Chris lives, reports one industry is enjoying the movie business. Tom Cruise, who just wrapped his latest mission, Impossible here is among the Hollywood royalty bringing their dollars to Venetian businesses. Government.

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"david small" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"david small" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"One thing about having. . A show for so long. . As I'm able to build relationships with people. . And many of you who've been along the journey with me for so many years know that we love going back and checking up on folks who have been on the show and I would say there's probably out of all the shows we've had this episode I think four, , hundred, , seventy, , five. . Holy. . Moly. . We can really close a five hundred episodes and now that I'm doing two week at least for the time, , it's getting there faster. . And over ten years out of all that time in all those hours, , they're probably still only. . Somewhere between five and ten guests that stand out as just the fans absolute favourite like the people that you just absolutely fall in love with. . John. . Christie, , was one of those <hes> for sure <hes>. . Kathy Taylor has been one of those for sure <hes> the youth pastor John, , Gerry has been one of those for sure and I can't name them all I. . Don't have a top ten list in my opinion necessarily but the ones I just hear the most from the ones that the listeners really just sort of latch onto in an email me on a regular basis and go hey man, , do you have an update on this person? ? How were they doing or what's going on with this person? ? Will. . Today's guest is absolutely in that list. . He's he's one of these guests who came on. . And at first angered some people right but. . At the same time just started to sort of stroke the heartstrings of so many listeners wanted to reach out to him and make sure he was okay and <hes>. . Sometimes they did it through me sometimes, , they may have found on social media I don't know, , but it was a very it was it was a loving moment and I even went on a comedy tour. . And I was I was doing comedy in Arizona, , and this was like last year brought me some time in summer. . And a listener came up to me after a comedy show and was like man. . That episode just changed my perspective on so much I need to know an update. How's . he doing? ? And the reason it was so impactful because he first came on the show and I think the title of the show was ex gay Christian versus David Small. . And he sort of gave the story of how he was no longer gay. . He prayed about it God took the urges away and then he was on arguing the Christian. . Position. . And I just kept thinking was Man. . I really hope you know that when the urges do come back or or whatever goes away that that he remembers this conversation and sure enough he did and six months later he came back on the show to inform us that when he did have the urge again and Saul Saul someone that we thought was really attractive. . His first two words were damaged David and we had a huge laugh about that and I really connected with this guy, , and then he sort of came around to say you know what <hes> really a choice. . It's a part of who I am and he began challenging religion and in posting differently, , and it was just an absolute transformation and I've really valued our friendship. . <hes> and then he got really popular on Tiktok, and , I mean well over two hundred thousand followers on Tiktok as instagram started to grow as well and I was really proud of him. . He was taking stances about homework and public schools and he was getting more and more passionate and I love watching his audience grow in watching his passion grow and I just I'm really fond of this guy think he's an absolutely wonderful person and I've seen him go through their struggle and I'm have been proud to call him a friend. . And so you can imagine. . My absolute dismay. . And heartbreak. . When I opened instagram. . And I see him post. . This. . I hear these left-wing authoritarian fascist say it's only a mask what you have to worry about. . You know they told the Jews the same thing it's only tattoo. . What you have to worry about. . It's only a gold star. . What do you have to worry about? ? It's only a work camp what do you have to worry about? ? It's only gas chamber what do you have to worry about? ? Make It make sense? ? Ouch. .

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"david small" Discussed on Start Here

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03:44 min | 1 year ago

"david small" Discussed on Start Here

"Very well and we are going to put out little members and little fires and maybe some big fires but we still have to go back to work so the president is not holding. The governor's to those guidelines that that has become very clear so right now for the American worker whose nervous about going back if they WANNA get tested to see if they've been exposed to the virus they can have access to both problem and hate you. You ask them about testing. You asked him about his own actions earlier in the year you asked him about the unemployment the real first of all those were just kind of what we are choices based on then. What are your choices based on now? Do you feel like you got an answer. Well I thought I got Some candor from the president. There's you know I've I've interviewed him several times now and I thought on the unemployment rate which you bring up. That's a prime example. Here have been forecasts. Fifteen sixteen seventeen percent one of your advisers projected unemployment rate of nineteen percent. That's nearly one in five Americans without a job. How bad is this going to get well? That is what it is a very interesting. Even the Democrats aren't blaming me for that. He is not one to go along with a measurement or a metric that that is that dire for the president to acknowledge that he said that that is the situation now. He quickly turned the conversation to what will the next quarter what we'll see next year and that clearly is part of his reelection argument. I think a lot of people share that hope Mr President but the reality for so many families that we've reported on is they can't afford to wait for the next quarter. They're just trying to get through next week or the next dinner they put on the table. Well we've done a lot for that We've done our small businesses you know or P P P A paycheck if you WANNA call it that whether or not people were feeling that pain can even wait until the next quarter You know that's what I pointed out if if they still have everything that they've got right now and I think exactly this question you ask them about the empathy and what he's feeling about. That pain was kind of revealing itself because empathy is actually been a big part of its discussion with the president and his team. I thought hearing the president use words like I love you. That's a tone that you don't typically hear from President Trump. We've lost more people now than we lost the Vietnam War. What do you WanNa stay to those families tonight? I WanNa say I love you. Want to say that we're doing everything we can. The death toll now is more than seventy thousand in this country and it's staggering. I always say you know. Every night I try to find another way to word it on the news because I don't want to become numbers I mean and to hear him say that and to the people that have lost someone. There is nobody. I don't sleep at nights thinking about it. There's nobody that's taken it harder than me but at the same time I have to get this enemy defeated and that's what we're doing. David. That's what we're doing. I don't know whether that's you know strategies. We headed to a reelection campaign. It felt very candid to me. And I think that we've all been trained by those daily briefings and the combat at the White House That both sides engage in. I think that sort of trained us all to to not what we heard from him tonight. And that's why that landed to just fascinating interview in now. David Muir getting out of Arizona is small group David Small Small travel footprint here very small. We have masks on and obviously on the way here and they check your temperature. The president's team would shake your hand. I'd love to shake you next time. Thank you thank you thank you and then we sat down eleven feet from the president. Which one thing about the president is he? He's eager to shake your hand eager to interact. It's not typical for him to settle up fee from you. Either David Muir s stay safe. Thank you so much for the time..

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"david small" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"david small" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"Some gay kids in school kids because they did look at that like he's done that right now. You said you were closeted that point. What how old are you when you were like? Yeah I'm gay like before the Ra Sector Ding Dong. I'm trying to think like a lot of a lot of people have like mapped out. Like this was the day that I came out and you were like third grade. Nearly Oh man. I'm now do fifth grade now now because I didn't know it was like I remember like towards the of college. I had the realization. I was like I would watch porn. It'll be straight porn and you just watched it and I'm just watching the guy like all right and then I was like whoa active the watching gay porn so I was like okay. This is probably an indicator that I'm gay and then as you're psych towards the end of senior year I was like all right. I'm gay nine just hit it for another two years to three years and eventually it's so interesting when you say it like that because usually like you said people are like oh. I knew since I was like third grade or whatever but I'm now I'm trying to put myself in the mind of someone trying to even figure that out. How will you thirty so thirty years old? Same Age right so back in the day where it wasn't super acceptable. Everyone's like well. I'm not I'm not gay. I'm just like young. I don't really know figuring it out like because like you said fifth grade like you don't know if you're fucking blacked it out because it was too painful but I don't remember people ask by coming out all the time and I like vaguely remember but it was so horrific to do but I just don't even have told my Mama on the way to cvs so it was in a car and a car multiple cars. All I did was cars. I did want cars would be your net for coming out and car laws it. It'd be able to come out on my chest. I had my golfing anything. He wanted to all straight. I had my brother then my mom and my sister than my dad and then I was just worried about my buddies family. All right they'll be fucking fine but I was worried about my buddies because they're all just dirt Massachusetts dirtbags telling Kids Irish. It's like an. It's like well. Maybe it's not like where you guys are similar to Long Island Long Times. But they were fucking jetskis around jets budget gay bashers resenting abuse like fucking now not all you know what I had one friend my buddy you know my buddy dave the COP. This is like the most emotionally intelligent. He's a fucking dirtbag biggest SCUMBAG BAG. I know but who you attacking gay he would he is a he is so funny like he was in the Marine Corps out. He was just like this next level of social intelligence in humor and I remember like towards the end as I was getting ready to come out Daikyo Gay and I was like like my life just like flat from like no no no no no and then I came out do everyone else in my life. Not a single person new wild only one person and what's a statistical breakdown of how many people per I don't know five guys are Gay Right? Well it's one and four right now. I think I often try to think of I feel like someone in my friend. Group has got it going to be gay. Gay HAS TO BE RIGHT. That's the thing that's the thing that I'm interested in like. Most people have had some sort of fun experience. Or maybe that's just a gay fantasy now. I've had Gay Dreams. I've talked about on the show again. See I definitely think it's Aghanistan you've had again as you know I'm saying I think you're having Aghanistan straight dutiful like try it. One hundred percent probably like had hooked up with straight DUDES RIGHT. Yeah like when we were like but then you wonder if you're doing that when you're twenty four twenty five how many of these guys are straight fucking. Just don't know they're gay not gay. It's like all right dude. Whatever my Dixon your mouth I do another podcast show because all the peoples lives did this one episode where because we like anonymously call people and they like tell their story. Whatever there's this one guy that strictly for I mean for as much as he can will exclusively hook up with straight dudes who are like straight in monogamous relationships with Ryan and Hook up with them and I'm like is that something that gay dudes like go out of their way to be like you know what I'm GonNa go after a straight guy I think I don't like the trophy hunting analogy of just think that feels so predatory in weird but it's definitely a culture and like a thing but like I hooked up with guys who've had girlfriends who tell me they're straight and I'm like you're not straight we just had sex. Yeah you're not. I don't believe that straight guys hook up with other guys. You have to be a little bit gay to do that. We've talked about this last week. You have to be a little bit. You can't compartmentalize where I said the hypothetical. If I said to Joe I said well if I come to you and I was like yeah last night I got like messed up. I got a little tipsy. I let this suck my Dick I go. Are you going to think I'm gay? And he was like now think you were by. But that's the gay by definitely a little bit goodbye. Sure I'd I'd be like all right. Well he's not like fully like armed exclusively GonNa Hook up with women. I'm I'm open to the idea because like the act of talking to a dude like all night and feeling some sort of motion towards him enough to where you're going to leave in the same car go back to your apartment or whatever so it's like all of that is like whatever if you if you have like a gay experience and then you're like Not really into it or whatever the case may be or maybe you only have to your entire life. You're still let you know. Obviously they have like sexual spectrum. Like you're still like leaning towards straight more. I think it's just people are more open to it and it goes back to what we said before because it's less like stigmatized people. Do I go people who are on the fence tares ago? Who might not a few drinks and ban like talking to a gay guy now but like a lot of times on the show? We'll talk about the gay marriage as America game for for what I think is funny to see like dude who it's kind of ironic. How Super Masculine and like yeah like and they're afraid to even be like like Chris. Hemsworth is fucking hot and they'd be like fucking right. You're like but I think there's way there's way less of that than there used to be. There is but it's crazy that it's still exists because their times on the show. We'll we'll do that on the show like you are. You feel like you're holding back. I'll tell you feel like you're holding back to try and be to try and be respectful and I want you to let all the questions out now. It's like you know your cub. Find your hooded cut. A hooded cub could come up here and down there. Yeah I am suresh. Gross fly. You guys been mutilated. That's crazy. I wish I could be bigger if I wasn't so I think it's unattractive quarter inch of skin. Yeah Yeah but Loeb like if I can make I can turn it and make it look. You could turn your day when you take a picture of your penis. Ud mean turn it. You take patients sideways like a picture of your penis flat down. No I turned my I turned my cock to the side. I I go in the bathroom as you get the earth because you get the vein of your Dick Pick. You hold it against your eyeing like no no. No I'll do it from here and I'll rotate it okay. To perfect angle profit up so it's coming upwards. So she gives you the length she could see the length but I'm holding it at the base also make it look like bigger you squeeze it a little bit of ain't going through bound up the Vega go through the Middle Now. You've got like an extra quarter inch of a fucking pitcock science. When is it is you should have you ever been circum shames because you're not circumcised halibut? My Dick is way too good. That's why though but like the girl sees it for the first time what's that no. I've never had a girl ever say that I've actually had many people. Tell well maybe people trump gonna fix that in many people. I've had people say that my penis is a very attractive. I very good looking nice. I'm happy everyone gets that a good thing every so often but I feel like there's this is awesome hideous and there are some girls though that'll be like when you're with them they'll be. Your Dick was amazing. And you had such a pretty cock NCAA. Girls Girls Love to say like some Hog. Yeah Pretty Thick. Given Pretty Dick thanks. I would rather hook up with a guy who's ugly with Great Dick then hot with an ugly Dick. Yeah Yeah right but would make it ugly. Misshapen LIKE BULB AC- bad proportions. If the head is that the shape of the head of determines a lot if it's two point. T- if it's too wide flat I greg like the French have very pointed X. The French for veterans thing. Yeah French have very pointed. X. French's Dixie leg-up a triangle. So I guess the doctors out there just kind of yeah they're cutting Dick's. Irish have traditionally sometimes beautiful small. I was told Irish. Call the Irish have a small deck Irish curse having a small small. Don't get me wrong by David small but it's pretty. I have one of the most mediocre time a very very mediocre business. What is the I think you've said before People from the Middle East had the base cocktail European Middle Eastern Middle Easterners. Wow have big old. Hogs Indians have huge hogs. I actually Indian Dogs Indians. Hogs aren't that big. I will have seen both. I've seen a big Indian hog thick and a nice little a little piglet but I'm looking up with I was hooking up with twenty four year old Indian guy recently but his hog wasn't big but it looked big in the pictures going back later. Thank you for the whole hog down. What happened I don't know Is Actually also Fucking we went to Barcelona. We did The breakfast show on the Maroon and gold. We had your grinder account and the categories on that thing. We're just unreal fucking because their paws. He has people who are which I which I found to be interesting for us. So fuck pause. We don't shame here no we don't fuck and fired up right now on the air good it's HIV positive Danny's on zero face like not even hiding. Yeah the exact described Dick. I've found that to be fucking interesting though. Do you just can't literally every time that you hop on because I have talked to a gate a gay guy one time when I was on set and shooting. And he's like you don't like guys thinking about sex all the time that's gay but they can act on it so that's why like garage doors like feet like they're two hundred feet away. It's like all right. Cool up Komo. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah no you hit the nail on when you when you open that APP. Pretty much it. I'm here right now when you open that up you match. Every time probably not well. It's not a match. It's a grid okay. Then when I got my preferences up if I shut my preferences off I'll get a whole new batch mess. Oh so there's no matching it's like someone in your area you message. They determine if they want to answer back or not. Yeah so it's just like it's essentially like a fine friend. I have right now. I have it on eighteen to eighteen so young bang eighteen year old. Yeah Yeah Okay. I have seemed to thirty five. That's the only filter on. I could turn on a tribe. Can you do one mile a try to try? Let's get to know this neighborhood you want on. There is a nineteen year old on ears back. I could turn on like a jock looking for you have advanced filter. The Mansell's kind of fucked up you've photos height position body type ethnicity solution..

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"david small" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"david small" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"All Roads Lead to Andrew Rappaport. Y'All all roads lead to Christian podcast. Well that's not. All the roads read to Romans road they host Rove road. And that's it well Andrew. There is an issue that comes up once in a while. While we're open air preaching and this is this is kind of one of those things that atheists sceptics a Lotta Times. This is like their atom bomb. This is the thing they throw out there and in their mind they think shows over. I just won this battle and this this Christian is going to have absolutely nothing to say and it is a it is a you know at face value. It's a pretty complicated thing. It's the issue of slavery and so even Christians Reading the Bible. We'll we'll see this these different things about slaves and we'll be like man. What is that doing in there? You Know God allowed slavery and different things like that. So so for Christians. It definitely takes some studying and reading the contacts and just figuring out. What exactly is this being what? What's being spoken of your but in an evangelism situation in an apologetic situation. It's one of those things that skeptics will. Just throw at us you know. Why are their slaves in the Bible? You wear your slaves deal any slaves. You're a Christian. The you like the Bible the Bible says you can own slaves so under. How do you deal with that? You know how. How are we to think of the issue of slavery in the Bible it actually is a fallacy the fallacy of equivocation. What they're equivocating on the word slavery. Okay so they're taking the word slavery and they're thinking they're implying. The African slave trade where people were kidnapped brought to other countries and forced labor. The they had no rights. They were property of another human being right. They couldn't make money. There is no chance of freedom and they were. They were at the whim of their master. So I've seen I saw the series roots when I was a little kid. And then what's the other one? There's all these different movies that just show African slave savory and it's horrible you know it could be they. They will often show the worst part of it you know. There's a book recently. Came out twelve years of slave and in that Solomon. He was a he was free. He was not a slave. He got kidnapped in Washington while performing. Who was a violinist? And he is performing in got kidnapped there and he worked for a guy for many years being an educated man he could read and write and he actually says in his own book had he stayed there he would not have thought slavery was so bad he worked for a Christian man who that would you end up seeing happen when he said he wouldn't have had a problem with it because he lived a good life and then he got sold to someone that just was the epitome of the worst of all evils and that's where he had problems and saw the worst side of it and so the equivocation you see people do is they're gonNa take with the Bible talks of slavery and say that's the same as what we're talking about with the African slave trade and they're not the same and this is the the equivocation they make their argument. Is that because we know slavery is wrong and the Bible endorses slavery. The Bible's wrong. Right problem is the Bible doesn't endorse the slavery of the African slave trade. One in the Bible is really clear that kidnapping a person is wrong. Yeah another thing you see in the Bible is that the slavery of maybe not the outside countries but the slavery discussed that God speaks of. He wasn't one of property ownership. It was one where if you have a cow that runs away and your neighbor finds it the neighbors to return your cow if your slave runs away. The Bible's clear that the slave does not get returned. Why because he's not property The other thing that people don't understand when they think of this slavery is slavery's case where you don't get you don't make money you work for someone and they make all the money. That's not the Old Testament Slavery Old Testament Slavery. You've got a half day's wage so you were paid. What was the slavery was an employment system? It was a way where people who couldn't take care of themselves. They couldn't manage their money. They would get themselves into debt and they would either sell themselves as a slave or they'd be indebted to someone and they work for that person as a slave to work off their debt. They would get a half day's wage and the other half day's wage went to paying off their debt and so they could still have family outside of of being a slave and pay them but the master had the responsibility of caring for them he had to pay for the food housing. And all this and so some people preferred being the slave because someone else took care of all the needs. They would get a small amount of money but they got paid the closest thing in our day and age. We can really examine. This would be Japan in the eighties because in the Eighties Japan. The companies owned everything. You work for a company. They own everything they take your education your housing your car your TV your genes. It's owned by the company. They own everything idea being if they own everything the better they do the better you do. So you'd want to work more to to make the company profitable but you didn't go switching companies and worked for a company for Generations. Your Kid's worked for companies you work for same with your grandkids because you didn't just go switching companies. It was almost like the slavery of the Bible. They had the responsible care for all of your needs and you got paid. But you didn't get paid as much as you could if you were out on your own. And that was the employment system. So that's more what we'd see when we see the the slavery in the Bible. It's interesting because you talk about people selling them basically selling themselves into slavery in order to pay off debt and this was during a time when we didn't have credit cards when we didn't have mortgages when basically if a person couldn't feed themselves they're going to die somewhere in the desert so for them to put themselves in the home in the household of someone who could afford to feed them and clothe them take care of them in an agrarian society where it's either life or death but based on whether you have enough to to survive or not you know it's it's You know not saying it would be a good thing to be a slave but it but it's a whole lot better than starving to death when you so much people. So many people don't understand because they don't take time to properly interpret descriptors. They don't try to understand the culture of the time they wanna read into the culture are Danny. Yeah and it doesn't fit. The they have such issues with are telling me if someone if someone race a woman the woman has to marry the rapist. What was her choice in that culture starving to death right it was. It wasn't that she had to marry him. He had a responsibility because he ruined her shoes. Knowing Virgin he ruined her. He now had a responsibility to care for her as a wife he had to love her and take care of her and take care of all her needs and show her the love. That's due to a wife. And that was now his responsibility he had to pay the the back. Then you get married you pay a dowry. He'd have to do all that well not too long ago. In America we have this saying the shotgun wedding. Where if a guy you know violates a woman or basically takes her virginity away before they get married here comes down with the shotgun and he's going to. He's going to make him be responsible for what he's done. And so yeah so. What I'm hearing is like every other thing in scripture. We'd just need to look at things in context context so the chapter itself book of the Bible and also the culture of just. What's going on at the time? Okay so you've given us the background. What is just kind of a quick way that you would deal with the heckler? You're open air preaching and along comes miss skeptic. And he's he's proud and he just yells out. Well you're Christian you you you think slavery's okay what's what's like a quick thing you say because obviously you're not Gonna. You'RE NOT GONNA they're not gonNA give you ten minutes explain all that you don't have the time on a box to to answer or things in detail like is needed. There's two things I focus on One is I'll ask the person when you speak of flavor. You mean we're one person owns another person and the person has no rights of their own. Yes you mean when you speak of slavery that someone who they don't get paid they work for someone else and they don't get paid. Yes and then I go okay. That's not to slavery the Bible because the slavery of the Bible. They got half days pay so they did get paid and they were. They were not considered property. So it's not the same slavery as you're speaking of by the way the slavery and the Bible you can only be a slave for seven years before you were set free in Judaism So it it's okay same slavery. Yeah you know now what I sometimes on the streets. He's when they bring up the slavery also. I'll get them to say so. You're saying it's wrong to say this is my property. And they'll say yes and they said well. Can I ask you a question? Do you support abortion? I did this a debate. Mets like was doing it to be with David Smalley and I. I ended up turning to him. The whole debate is over moral issues right and slavery was coming up and so David Smalley I get up. To ask. Accumulates Open Cuna? Get Up David Small and I just said Mr Smalley. Do you support abortion? And he knew exactly where I was going with news. Oh boy he goes. I'm glad I'm glad I'm debating him and not you because what ends up happening with that is what is abortion argument is. This is my body. But what's the difference between saying? This is my property. Mrs My body Nothing the will the real difference is this is. My property doesn't end in death. This is my body does. That's a great point. You know just like with so many other issues when you're opener preaching the opposition is throwing something at you that it just comes into. They just don't know what they're talking about. They don't know the context and quite frankly they usually don't care they just have this thing that they're throwing at you in order to shut you up in the hopes that that's what it's going to do now slavery one of the things that sadly is very interesting about that. A lot of people. Just look at it as an issue of the past but the reality is there's still slavery going on today. What do you have to say about the modern day? Slavery is also called Human Trafficking and the majority of human trafficking other human trafficking. That is where people are kidnapped and forced into Labor. The way we think of slavery unfortunately today the majority of human trafficking is sex slaves It is The Sex Industry. It is a hundred and fifty billion dollar industry with a B. This is the second largest industry in the world. This is these are women who are being forced into you know the pornography that all these people are watching. They're thinking that these girls want to do this. Most these girls are duped into doing this. Most girls are kidnapped and they have no way out of this when the sad thing is there's no way to get actual statistics because so much this is underground sure but the statistics say that there are there could be up to or well over a hundred million people that are caught and human traffic today and this globally. The one of the three largest countries is the United States. Philippines and Mexico are the largest areas for human trafficking people witnessed the majority of it or women and children the average age of women being were children really being brought into human sex. Slaves is between twelve and fourteen years old. They're runaway girls girls that that it's so sad because what it is a lot of it is people who are trying to escape their home would they think is a bad situation and they trust some person they they think they meet on the Internet and get into a far worse situation? It is point zero four percent of women that escape.

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"david small" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Would like to try see you try to put these beasts of fully to sleep. I would love to. Good. I put a couple to sleep in my day a couple. Yeah. Bees a couple of beats. Yeah. There were a couple a couple. Okay. Yeah. He's stuck me. Precisely the same time. Oh, that's companionship. Yeah. We need to get to our next guest. He's an automobile salesman. Although we don't know where he sells these automobiles have. It'd be my first question question. Do you have your first question locks loaded biz? And did what do you got? Okay. Well, you can save it go tell me what I was just gonna ask what kinds of cars. So that's good. Like, what brand do you mean or okay? Good size. Save that save that. Yes. Size mid-size. Yes. Is there? They compact midsize. And then what I think it's I think it's grown. Dave NT, David small. Do you have your first question, Danny? Yes. What is the best animal for? For what for driving animal to drive a car? All right. Save it. Okay. That'll be your first. All right. We all have her first questions. He's not a mobile salesman. Please welcome Gregory Smith. They have going. Look a lot of questions right out the gate because there's a lot of questions and a lot of clarifications. I gotta do you you maybe you you. You were saying I say automobiles, but actually I feel more than automobiles. I sell experiences and stories, and I said one automobile at a time because what I like to do is. I like to trade up a get a get automobiles would stories behind them like by. I automobile was from from from a mayor, Omar Bradley of County, California. I bought his call. And then I was like oh well concealed is. This is a story. This is the mayor. Did you go fly it if you didn't think you could tell it? Oh. Because I was like I knew I focus on one thing at a time. You just wanted to buy I wanted to buy it. But I was like I could sodas this brand is called as a, you know, a sold. It flipped it sold. It flipped it. Next thing. You know, got got George Wallace on heard you talking about George wells had his call. You know that was a good one. It was Cadillac DeVille. W-won't flipped it sold it for the did sold. It. What is the flipping involved before? You like you flip it and you sell it. Then you flip it again. Then you sell obviously when I sell you a car went about a car you had. So like, you know. Yes. So for example, if if you Scott all or baron, if you wanted to buy a my don't Danny out of this because that's the story. I don't want that. You're not you're not interested in his car. I don't I don't want that store. So okay. No, no offenses to you. And and what you got going on. But those are stories I'm trying to tell happy stories you have happy story. So when you buy a car, you're buying their story. Oh, yeah. Because I have a whole process. So when I meet say, so a meet you we're going we're going by by the com- Baio call. I require three hour sit down. Yeah. Yeah. We sit down for three hours like talking to a minister, Marie get married. But condu- because I need to know. What story I'm inherited because I can't flip a bad story. Let me tell you. So we if we were to sit down you would ask me what all of my experiences in the car. You know, tell me about the time. You lost your virginity? What was that? Like who regardless of if it happened in the car, you know, because that might lean into it. You know, how sometimes you you wanna take a class? You got pretty wet Chris sits, I guess, but my car right now I'd had it for about ten years..

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"david small" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

13:54 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Masterson. Today will look into a number stories and issues in the news. We begin with the widespread demonstrations across Venezuela by supporters of the opposition to the Madero government on the day of the anniversary of the nineteen fifty eight uprising which overthrew a military dictatorship. David small d a senior fellow at the Washington office of Latin America who has research Venezuela for the past twenty five years and lived there for fifteen years after discuss this article at the conversation Venezuelans reject Madera presidency, but most would oppose far military operation to asked him. We'll assess the impact of the president of the national assembly one way to declaring himself interim president of Venezuela and President Trump's move to recognize him as a country interim president which follows a number of South American countries that have already recognized way to as. Venezuela's legitimate head of state and since Trump administration officials met with rebellious Venezuelan military officers back in September. But decided not to support their coup plot. We'll explore what options there are for the vast majority of beleaguered and Venezuelans to remove from power the unpopular and incompetent Madero who has brought an oil rich country to the brink of starvation and collapse, then we'll examine Trump's led to house majority leader Pelosi vowing to deliver his state of the union speech from the house chamber spite of Pelosi's earlier request that he not show up on January twenty nine to deliver his speech. Elsewhere or in writing as long as the government remains shut down. John Lawrence, a visiting professor at the university of California Washington DC who worked in the house of representatives thirty eight years and served this house minority leader Nancy Pelosi chief-of-staff joins us to explain Trump. Cannot gatecrash the house to deliver his state of the. The union speech, but has to be invited by the speaker Madam Pelosi, then finally we'll go to Mexico City to speak with Dr John mill Ackerman, a professor at the institute of legal research at and the editor of the Mexico law review as well as a columnist for LA Hoya, NADA and the weekly magazine Proceso he joins us to discuss why the Mexican press downplaying is downplaying revelations that former president Theodore took a one hundred million dollar bribe from the drug Lord, El Chapo and Mexico's new president. I'm lows efforts to get Trump to deal with violence and corruption in Central America, which are at the root of why migrants seek refuge in the United States. And joining us now at David small d a senior fellow at the Washington office of Latin America, specializing in Venezuela. And a professor says geology at Tulane university. Professors mildly has research Venezuela for the past twenty five years and lived there for. Title of fifteen years during which time he taught at the university that central develops Waylon and the university doubt Catolica Andres Bello, he moderates, the blog Venezuelan, politics and human rights and has an article at the conversation Venezuelans reject Madera presidency, but most would oppose foreign military operation to oust him. Welcome to background briefing. David smutty. Thank you, David. Vice president Pence sent a video message. He spent he spoke with one way to the young president of the national assembly who's a number of South American countries have recognized this as Venezuela's legitimate leader. And then today, President Trump also recognized the leader of the opposition one way to as the interim president. So is this gonna have any effect on Madero? It does feel like the the outside world is closing in on him. Not to mention the fact that the vast majority of the Venezuelan people are just. Totally fed up with this incompetent unpopular alita. Yeah. The it's it's a really situation. That's developing right now, it's rather confusing is not clear what exactly is going to happen today. Newer massive protest today is the twenty third of January and Kennedy is important that national holiday in Venezuela precisely because in nineteen fifty eight is the Dan they overthrew a military dictatorship. So massive marches today and during the March on white all of the president national assembly declared himself interim president of Venezuela. And this was a step that has been in the works and has been. I am in playing for the past ten days. And he finally took this step immediately afterward to the United States candidat Columbia at a number of other countries in the region recognized him as president. And so now, it's a very unclear situations. The two presidents manure oh hell out prince earlier today. Very defiant attitude, and is basically all of his speeches about United States imperialism. I think US actions have facilitated that beam as focused, but it's it's very unclear what what is notable right now is that by giving a speech and the minister of defence is not there by his side. Like, the other ministers are suggestions that he is currently talking with the military high command, and it's not clear exactly what what's gonna come back. But that's all Madeira does though isn't it blame the US gives these ideological speeches while the country goes to hell in a hand basket. Well, he frequently that's one of his top themes. But sometimes he actually does have to deal with issues like the economy and inflation and food scarcities and migration and all those issues is much more difficult to deal with the opposition protesting. The fact that there's this movement is very event, that's that's gaining momentum in. So you know, whatever he can do. His his basic move instant try and make this problem. A problem of Venezuela versus the United States government versus of as well and people, and so sometimes it's more plausible, and sometimes it's less plausible moments like this becomes more possible. But you know, in the end, he he had a really big problem, and he's very unpopular president. And he is not seen by most as Whelan's nor most of neighboring countries around him. And so so it's it's a difficult situation. We'll back in August of twenty seventeen after the US slapped economic sanctions on Maduro. President Trump said the United States was considering a military option in Venezuela and that just clearly played right into Medeiros hands. Now, we also learning I think it would just back in September that a group of military officers met with Trump administration officials they were plotting a coup. Coup against Madero. But apparently, the Trump administration declined to support their plans. What do you know about that secret meeting between and who were these military officials from Venezuela? Do we know who they met within the Trump administration? I think the I think we do know who they met with. And we do know who the people were that were arrested later for being part of this new seem that these were the same people that met with administration officials the you know, that was a military conspiracy. That was cooking for about six months. I was pretty much disbanded last may I think, you know, the larger point here is that the administration and in general hawks in in the US government think that threatening military action or seniors military option is a good pressure technique. They think that that's going to make a government seed or change behavior or do something different. And actually, I it's not an effective pressure technique. What's happened since in a year and a half since Trump I send that is. Of course, it reinforces my message. But it also probably more partly is it undermines the opposition. Because the opposition it drives away to the opposition between those who might to act politically had mobilized, and those who think what we should just abstain stay home and let a foreign intervention happened because that's going to be more effective. And so a lot of the deterioration of that position in the past year and a half, I think can be attributed to that that military option. Now, the the United States had have had a did it. National street house phone call journalists today in which they emphasized time. And again that if anything happens to quite oh and this. And the other leaders in the national assembly would be held responsible. And that all options are on the team will sooner very, and they said that time, and again is very clear that they want people to know that have no one's hurry up because they think that's going to be effective. Effective threat. And I don't think that's an effective. It's actually counterproductive. I mean, the real problem here is that. You can certainly understand the United States and other countries have not recognize my election last may, and I think it was clearly deficient election, not meet standards. I don't think it should have should be recognized. And so what happens when my law? His horn in while they're not gonna recognize him. And now they're gonna recognize why why no as as interim president what this is going to lead to is not clear and the United States. This doesn't actually open up new crowd or open up. Any new interesting strategy for the United States is still has the same sort of sweet of unattractive options. Basically, there's no Terry option. And there's further sanctions. No, nothing is any any more broad any broader economic. Sanctions are going to end up hurting the people and just exacerbating the migration crisis this hour, you affecting the region, and those her option, of course, is is is undesirable as we know from from past US intervention in in recent decades. And so promising. There are no really good options at this point. And again, I'm speaking with David smile to his a senior fellow at the Washington office of Latin America's specializing in Venezuela and a professor of sociology at Tulane university. Professor smile research Venezuela for the past twenty five years and lived there for total of fifteen years during which time he taught at the university down central Venezuela. And the university Catholic address Bello he moderates, the blog Venezuelan, politics and human rights, and he has an article at the conversation Venezuelans reject Madura presidency, but most would oppose far military operation to oust him. So there hasn't been a free election in Venezuela. Since December twenty fifteen when the opposition overwhelmingly in a landslide as secure the majority. But then since then Maderas ruling United socialist party have come up with all kinds of tricks to essentially strip the assembly of any powers and Madeira controls the courts the. The one area that seems to be a little shaky in which sort of focusing on an today, David, I guess is the military because Madero, and apparently my understanding is that the Cubans are basically being in their kind of running the show behind the scenes, particularly in terms of the military and the intelligence services, but there are obviously cracks the fact that the minister of defense wasn't there today in Medeiros press conference how much can you make them? Well, I think this is this is the real issue. I mean, I think. For there to be any kind of transition. It's going to the military is going to end up siding. No. And so far. They've been quite loyal to him. Then he goes Milo, and it's not hard to understand. Why basically since he became president to thirteen. He's given them control or all kinds of economic assets television stations. They have a Bank they control imports and exports of food Inc. They now control the oil company mining. No, they have all kinds of economic interests and in show at allow them to lose that. But. At this point. No, he's officials can be quite pragmatic. They sort of think that the game is up. I have no doubt at at at a certain point. They're going to end up turning on a minute. Oh, I don't think that they're heavily ideological and the way that and and the people in his inner circle art. And so, you know, that's that's what it would take. It would take the military to say, you know, we're not going to go along with this anymore. We have to go into elections. And we'll we'll see what we should we should know in the coming day or two what an stances, but she only the military, particularly the rank and file have got relatives. And families in the neighborhood this suffering, the same problems, aren't they that every citizen is you can't get food. You can't get medicine your line up for hours and hours on end inflation hyperinflation where you've savings every day. Disappear. I mean, it's unbelievable. So surely there must be.

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"david small" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on WJR 760

"Along with Frank with stuff. You know, just you could fill up your stocking. Try that bourbon and dark. I, you know, I agree. What do you think? Chris. Maple bourbon pecan dark chocolate. Should we should we open one? Don't tell me one minute. Who runs this show? She didn't make product come on. I'm doing a good thing for the community has Thursday. We're going to be with Mitch and say, Detroit and all the things they make in their popcorn chocolate on chocolate covered. Good. Stop. You're gonna have to, you know, little little weight loss in January. Little. Chris. Okay. About thirteen years ago. I started doing this and a couple of years ago. I got the idea to instead of just making it through Franklin publicity. Why not start the company from Michigan with love dot com. And so we've got the website where all of these clients are on the website. We've got the Facebook page with the same name, and it's taken off tremendously. I we went from one thousand followers in likes. We're up to almost I think close to forty seven hundred just this last year and next year, we hope to be up to like seven eight thousand so we're going to take this big. It's going to go why Michigan with love from Michigan with love or the earth things. They're exactly but naturally leading nuts. Okay. I'm gonna join you in a minute. But it's not through me. So you cut out the additional cost everybody gets their own link. This is about helping them not helping me. I love the state, my wife, and I probably travelled. I know three quarters of the state or more, and we're always looking for these little cool venues like like yours. Everybody's got to start somewhere. You know? Maybe someday, we'll be an icon. Just call me. I can do that. We have an app for that call you good guidance. Novus? That's true. I mean, you gotta get it out there and publicize or just sits in your local community. You know, exactly you make it possible for individuals like David small company to become much bigger. And and that's terrific. And I can't even believe other stuff you brought it just a sampling. Nafta get your heavy for the December. So you can lose the weight and January. You're not even going to ride around on a golf curtain January down. You can make you walk. They got a load limit on. Oh, my. You too must know each other. Yeah. Way too. Well. Way too. Well, we used to give out the unfranked show when we had the Frank's really big trivia. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I really miss me to sorry. Intent we've got to come back. I will think about it a Franklin. Thank you for coming in. Thank you. It's always a pleasure. Schimmel loose. Can. Thank you for the surprise. Visit. That's that's fine. Merry Christmas from merry Christmas to you too. This is good. Oh, yeah. Those the dark chocolate bourbon sweet tooth chocolate bourbon began with maple sugar. Stop. It's really good. Isn't it? I'm going comatose. That's the bourbon. All the alcohol burned out in the process. Is it really? No alcohol in it real. Well, there's there's stuff I get stopped on the way home. I'm not gonna go point one eight. I don't think so it's journeyman distillery. It's on the west side of the state. You know, we teamed up with them. It's their bourbon in there. So beautiful all Michigan. And that great. I love it. Yup. Our state keeps growing, and you're helping to do it Franklin. Thank you, sir. Thanks for coming in. And for all these goodies at your dragged along I can't even believe that ludicrous. He's still he's still facing waiting looking around at all the products. Got a truck to put this in. Well, some of us do. Yeah. Chris do you have a bad ass? I do this. Don't leave it unguarded. Chris. We'll be in here. Pay. Thank you, David. Always great to see you, my friend. Thanks a lot Frank. And you know, when he started it was just it was. I like all of these were Sanders was out of the kitchen better made was out of a garage. And all of these were just ideas. Yeah. Zander's eighteen seventy five just like apple. Yes. Hey, guys. Thank you. We gotta run. Okay. Thank you. Thank you for coming in. Thanks for all the goodies. And we hope people go to the website from Michigan with love dot com and David website. Dave sweet tooth dot com. There you go and order anything you want. There you go. All.

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"david small" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To score right here. First and goal from the one prize. Wildcat here. I would think that is the case Ritter goes out. Why do the right? They will snap it directly to Michael Warren decor goes in motion to the right. Warren catches a high snap wants to the right? Makes it into the end zone was a penalty flag grown. I believe. Way they pointed towards south Florida side of it will say offsides. And that was the case offside against US. So the one yard touchdown run stood Michael. Warren's third touchdown run of the game and made a twenty eight sixteen USF answered or the twenty five yard touchdown pass from Ola Doke into mechanics to get back to within five. But then Michael Warren did it again. Another one yard touchdown run. Third. Touchdown run of the game. He scored a total of four touchdowns he established a new career rushing high as he finished with one hundred fifty one rushing yards in the game. And he as you might expect is our Kroger star of the game. It's brought to you by Kroger. Get savings on the items you buy most often with low prices at your neighborhood Kroger. So with three touchdown runs. He's up to seventeen this season. That has tied the school record for rushing touchdowns in a season set by David small and with his one touchdown catch. He has a total of eighteen touchdowns this year. And that is. A new Cincinnati single season record with three games to go at least three potentially. There could be a a title game an ACC title game shot on that one. But at least three games ago. So Michael Warren gets in the record book for the first time in I don't think it'd be the last time you see him break a record, right? Cincinnati wins at thirty five twenty three the Bearcats are nine and one they will head to UCF next Saturday to try to end the nation's longest winning streak at twenty two games. It's going to be a fun week. It will be this is going to be big in in. You know, you're looking at a ten team versus a nine and one team both of them playing very well. And you mentioned that that longest winning streak and the Bearcats, you know, you got a chance to go down there and beat them. Then you know, you look what navy was able to do against UCF today. Very similar on the road. Like they were here last week puts points on him move the ball. So the Bearcats are going to be able to do that as well defense is playing extremely well. They help. USF today for one hundred eighty yards under their average eighty one yards on the ground that gave up day to a to an offense that was average at two hundred nineteen yards a game on the ground. So it's it's non-clean or is. Mistake ridden is the game was maybe for Cincinnati based on the way they played last week at navy. They still did a nice job of shutdown this offense, and they end a three year head to head losing streak against the US F balls back to you. All right, Dan. Thank you want to quickly update you on that temple Houston game. The Cougars have pulled within a touchdown fifty six to forty nine. Temple has the football facing a fourth and long, and it looks like they're lining up for a field goal, which would push the lead to ten with a one minute and forty five seconds remaining in Houston. Obviously that game of great interest to Cincinnati fans temple in Cincinnati both coming into tonight's action with one loss. But obviously the owls beating them head to head back in Philadelphia on October the twentieth will update you on what's happening in Houston. And we'll hear from Bearcats head coach, Luke fickle. Cincinnati wins. Tonight, thirty five to twenty three over USF. This is UC Bearcats football presented by energy pellets of America. On seven hundred wwl w. Stadium..

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"david small" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Adam sheet says it's an achilles heel on a really thought about how connected I wasn't tied flat out. They're not have a phone. Cows out here for us spotty. So, and it's a it's a hindrance in bay county where Michael made landfall a third of cell service remained out as of yesterday, according to the Federal Communications Commission, the county's emergency services chief Mark Bowen says that's unacceptable or community has been traumatized. The inability to communicate because of Reisen not for whatever reason not being able to implement their continuity operations equipment effectively. Bowen says it's slowing all aspects of the recovery. You know, the insurance adjuster that people need the tree person there people need the contractor that people need absolutely communications is the core. Bowen says the county also had issues with what officials thought were redundant communication systems. Everything went down, satellite, fiber and cellular the winds blew outlines attached to utility poles and. And uprooted trees ripped apart underground fiber lines, even the public safety radio system was compromised for a time. Bowen says they had no way to get word out about basic things like where to get food and water. Here's all these resources flooding in. But there's you can't even find out where to go get him. But you know, it's it's word of mouth. You know, pony express the Panama City public radio station. W K G C became a lifeline broadcasting from the emergency operation center, Verizon, vice president David small told the station the company needed to do more to get service restored, but is dealing with unprecedented damage, obviously, I don't need to explain the tragic nature of what has occurred we're in a situation where many of these cell sites. Rely on fiber optic infrastructure, and that fiber optic into structure has been severely damaged, and in many cases, simply destroyed or gone for Isan is offering three months of free service to customers in nine Florida counties. Florida's.

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"david small" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I wasn't flat out. They're not have a cell phone. Even out here for us spotty. So, and it's a it's a hindrance in bay county where Michael made landfall a third of cell service remained out as of yesterday, according to the Federal Communications Commission, the county's emergency services chief Mark Bowen says that's unacceptable or community has been traumatized. The inability to communicate because of Verizon not for whatever reason not being able to implement their continuity operations equipment effectively though and says it's slowing all aspects of the recovery. You know, the insurance adjuster that people need the tree person the people need the contractor, the people need absolutely communications is the core. Volun- says the county also had issues with what officials thought were redundant communication systems. Everything went down, satellite, fiber and cellular the winds blew outlines attached to utility poles and. Up rooted trees, ripped apart underground, fiber lines, even the public safety radio system was compromised for a time. Bowen says they had no way to get word out about basic things like where to get food and water. Here's all these resources flooding in. But there's you can't even find out where to go get him. You know basics word of mouth pony express, the Panama City public radio station. W K G C became a lifeline broadcasting from the emergency operation center, Verizon, vice president David small told the station the company needed to do more to get service restored, but his dealing with unprecedented damage, obviously, I don't need to explain the tragic nature of what has occurred we're in a situation where many of these cell sites. Rely on fiber optic infrastructure, and that fiber optic infrastructure has been severely damaged and in many cases, simply destroyed or gone. For is is offering three months of free service to customers in nine Florida counties. Florida's chief. Financial officer Jimmy Petronas is asking the FCC to make new rules to prevent prolong telecommunication outages and a disaster. He says no community should have to endure the kind of catastrophic failure that panhandle residents in countered, Debbie Elliott. NPR news, Panama City, Florida..

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"david small" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"We've been fortunate get to work with him every day because he Raya sunshine in the office in a great valley, Yahoo with a great get there and best wishes Bon voyage. And we hope the vol's win at least a game or two before the end of the season, right? We have to get a new head coach again. Also I like sully, because what do you think about this? David? Let me just run this and then we're gonna. Get out of here. Sully has a weird little thing in common with Michael Fabio. No, he's the, you know, if you play fantasy football, he's the hall of Famer. Here. He in our friends sully their front runners, and this is one thing I want to tell you before we end this show David, this is my counsel to you as you go on into life. Manhood don't don't be one of these front runners. Just choose whatever team is out playing. Well, it's not cool to be. A Golden State fan and any eagles fan and an Astros fan. You pick up what I'm laying down. Right? But Fabio no. Over there, he likes big this. He's from New York. He likes the Yankees. That makes sense. Right. Sure. They likes to Cowboys what? Yeah, we're who else he likes the Los Angeles Lakers. You know, what is favourite? What is favourite college? Basketball team is UNC. Do you see a trend here? He's a cherry picker bandwagon. Why are people are willing to go on this show? I don't want you to be that I went better things for you. I'm a colts fan till I die. Go die baby. Specific choice, but all right, you made your best age. What a pleasure to see you. You're very lucky to have the Steve, you're old as you're mad, and even luckier to have Amy as your mom to the nicest people I've ever met speaking an ice Marquez took, hey, how's baby doing by the way sleeping pooping and eating? Yeah. Patrick claybon he's he's got a nice little boy that we see coming around here periodically to best everybody as you enjoy week seven. May you get to watch it with with your little ones with your loved ones on the couch or in the stadium? I don't know why just launched into some in the kind of thing. I guess it's all the family around here, right sunshine into the world. Football is family. That's why I knew. I knew there was a reason I knew there was a reason. All right. Let's get out of studio sixty six together. Victoria. Once again with our arcane insights, I think four is to claybon Willie McGuinness, David small and everybody else. It's been thin slice of heaven.

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"david small" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Now. And finally, I'm throwing the red challenge flag at the organization while you noticed Jay. Gruden was born. I mean, Jay Gruden. Jake gruden's the coach of that's one reason for optimism for the Cowboys. But on the other side, Jason Garrett was born in new over the course of a week, the social extensions, social media GM's fired him for not going for it on fourth in one in overtime, and then it was a brand new Jason Garrett last week foot on the gas. If okay, aim folks, wanna fun time. Go on Twitter and search from Mark is to. And you'll see a thread of epic proportions that just crushes Jason Garrett and how milk toast and boring he is, but he went to Princeton toast is the perfect adjective to describe his coaching style. Hungry. That's I look. We could break down, but at the end of the day, it's more it's more an overarching Cowboys. Sark aids Jason. If I'm buying. I hear I, I hear you, but you know, you talk about confusing team to try and figure out this skins team. The one I can't get over is the loss at home to Indianapolis and the nature of that game. If you watch that game a what is this team is getting aiding owned by the Indianapolis Colts. I still think that game against New Orleans. Look, the saints head had destiny on their side in that game, but it worked out just you couldn't have scripted that gross. That was also an embarrassed and you're like, I felt like this is going to be at least a shootout because that's what teams do with New Orleans this year. It seems no wash today, win games that you think that they have? No. Shotted. Why are you? You took the Cowboys. I mean, they just walloped on the Jaguars, but hopefully Jason Garrett in the Cowboys can continue that against the much more mediocre teams. I like shades of mediocrity degrees of shade of radio. All right. Here we go. Now I'm gonna let David pick this one as well. It's your Sunday night or and it's an AFC GM really. I'm not going to get that. It's overly important. We're still in the first half of the NFL season, no game. Is that important? Really? Nevertheless, I feel like the Bengals feeling good before Pittsburgh rolled into town and reminded them who is the AFC north bully and who is the fraud. We'll still still waiting the tails on vaunt birthed. He's really allowed to just keep on playing doing that. Just allowed to run around throwing his headed people, throw themselves a missile at people all over. I don't get that. Tell me this though. David small, it's the Bengals against Patrick Mahomes and high octane chiefs offense. Choose. There's only one choice, the chiefs, no one wants to go out on a limb. Did it too much the shoring appreciated that the suit studio sixty six ran red with contentious pushback on my picks. All right. Then David, why don't you tell us first? Why the chiefs are gonna win this game? I mean, Patrick Mahomes has stepped into this new quarterback role in has just been on fire since just week one. He almost came back against the. Against Tom Brady and the patriots performance of his young career..

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"david small" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"First season, I believe if memory serves and that was that was solace for young boys fan who really kind of missed the heyday. I always feel bad. You know, I feel bad for in NFL history, Danny white. Any white cou- could have really been a hall of Famer if he had one more Super Bowls. I mean, I don't want to tell you that this is the thing like that. This is the hill that that the that the football media cools wished to die on is arguing with me about Lombardi's and whether or not they matters is just it makes me crazy dog about David. You beat the straw man. It's not a strowman when you arguing with me about it, just just dropped David, who's right? Does the number Lombardi's quarterback wins? Does that matter? I think matters. I mean. We, we're looking at the best quarterback of all time in his prime right now who has been in his prime Tom Brady who has five Super Bowl rings and I don't think anybody can top that. Did you get this jazz about greatest versus best? Because I didn't understand it. Perhaps you could explain it. I mean, there's definitely like you have the gifted quarterbacks, but when it comes to the people who perform at the highest level for the longest amount of time, Tom Brady, I think he might not be the greatest most gifted quarterback of all time, but I think he is. He would. He would say Tom Brady has said that I, by the way, I, I've said this to, I know that it's meant to be supportive in flattering Aaron Rodgers when he said it. Well, Aaron Rodgers played. Alex. Backhanded compliment Br, if he played with Josh mcdaniels and ballot check and all that. If he were in this throw for six thousand yards annually while isn't that kind of a shot at Mike McCarthy? Well, it is, but it's also it's also a shame not intended to be that there's the subtle shot across the valve. Aaron Rodgers their because it's basically saying if you could play smarter. And it's could have the, you could have these rings that I have said you just got the one, and it's also a fake humility just well, if we're being on his Tom Brady is a pretty big, Tom Brady fan. Yeah, that's definitely true. And the other thing is too, is I love when guys go like, you know, hey, Aaron Rodgers. What do you think of, you know you're being compared to Tom Brady and and some of the all time greats. Oh, that's very humbling. It's humbling opposite humbling. Doesn't that fill your? Doesn't that make you have a big ego now, humbling humbling compared to Ryan leaf. You're kind of like you're sorta like Jay Fiedler like, oh, that's sad, humbled me that takes me down in castle bicker you, but you compare me to LeBron James. Yeah, the humble me that make me arrogant anyhow. You get what I'm talking about. All right. Let's pick it now. Guests picker David small, it's the Cowboys. It's the Redskins in our nation's capital. Choose. Cowboys. Nobody are you throwing throw, throw, throw it. I didn't have to throw there. You go really explain yourself is Cowboys fan as much as I would love to see a w this week. I am not going to let myself be lulled some false. It's a six that all the sudden Jason Garrett in Scotland hand came up with an offensive game plan that's been staring them in the face is for the entire time that Prescott has been America's teams quarterback. No, they revert to the norm. Yeah, but, but you know, they're play who they're playing. Yes, I get it. I get. They're playing a Washington team that has find found ways to snake bite this Cowboys team in the past, especially up in Washington. I just don't buy it. See, that's the kind of inside detail that fans only have. Here's the thing that people always think is, oh, you're a fan of that team, so then you're biased and you just think everything they do is great. Oh, contra, no one's more critical of a team than than its local fans of pay attention. They're super cynical about. Anytime we go up to DC we all something bad always goes against all, say this. I have found ways to talk myself into optimism for this team for going on two decades..

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"david small" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"david small" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Thrill, it's this multimedia, collage comic gloriously weird this book. All the answers is none of that. It's a memoir what it's like to rub the son of a weird kind of celebrity, a famous game show quiz kid. So his father was on this huge game show in the forties and fifties became an international celebrity and the. Turned his back on all of that and never talks about it. So the book is about his son's search for answers. Why did that happen and it? But it's really about how completely unknowable to us. Our parents lives actually are how the answers they supply us aren't nearly the whole answers and how that causes ripple effects that we have to just swim with. So that's the book I liked that I read earlier this year home after dark is a graphic novel, not a graphic memoir by David small and it came out September. Eleventh small is a big deal. He's written and drawn lots of picture books for kids, Caldecott winner. In two thousand nine. He wrote a graphic memoir about his own childhood, and that was called stitches, which I reviewed for NPR. There's a theme here. It's your through line, very, there's my very through its exact now. It's stitches is very dark. It's very harrowing. It is also gorgeous. It was nominated for a national book award which was kind of a big deal. His latest home after dark comes out September eleventh. As I say, it's a novel, but it's. Feels very autograph. It's about a kid growing up in the fifties and sixties who gets abandoned by his parents wanted to time and and tries to get by. Now, that's a story you read before. There are no shortage of white dudes who have kind of swim those waters. You got your Tobias, Wolff, your friend, Connor you, John Updike that doesn't invalidate it, but there's a very likely gay friend of his who story resolves in a way that feels accurate for the time, but completely familiar. And when you're reading it, if I told you this was written by seventy three straight white dude, you would not be shocked, put it that way, but the execution as as what matters and this art is beautiful. If you imagine gills Pfeiffer cared more about being like a technical draughtsman and kind of reigned himself. In more. These settings are just so alive. These characters are really expressive. And the thing about this main character as in many straight white male books, there's an interior already to this guy, but all of that is just splayed out on the page for you to see it is very emotional story in ways that are surpr-. Sizing and when you've read stories like this before and they can still find a way to surprise you, I think attention must be paid. So that is home after dark by David small. So Petra mayor hit me one time. Ooh. Okay. Well, so unlike Christina, I love historical romances because I am about the gowns. I'm about the gardens, but there are some contemporary series that I really really enjoy. And one of them is Lucy Parker's London celebrities series. Yes, yes. Good. It's called making up, I think, and it's these books are set in in London's West End and they deal with this rotating cast of theater people. So you get kind of, I don't know what Lucy puckers background is, but she seems to have a fairly comprehensive view of what it's like to be a theater person in the sort of unglamorous size of venue. And also if you're a tragic anglophile like I am, they're just fun because you really feel like you're there and so making up is about an acrobat who falls in love with a hot makeup artist. He's very well done, beta hero to. I like a good beta here on tired of like foot tall, slab of muscle with the chiseled Brown. Speakers, talking about romance. Let me let me lend you my copy of warriors woman bites you Hannah Lindsay. Okay. Anyhow. Yes. So Leo the makeup artist is just, yeah, he's Tiberius. He's totally the like there for her when she needs it, but not stock career overprotective. And also he's like also make up our makeup artist super. Makeup artist. He's super good at his craft, and you get to see that, which is really like, I, you know, competency porn is always hot Schrager. Sure. So so yes, that whole series just makes being credibly happy. And so my only through line is contemporary romances that I like..

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"david small" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"david small" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Develop back in two thousand nine as a huge appeared network is designed to two since we cut out the middleman i e the banks or the banks for but many many years have been uh she's just drawn tremendous speed slumped david small transactions any takes dates at so in the in the the cryptocurrencies will these days you're talking about a transaction that will take a whole less than ten minutes again this depends on the side of the transaction style wow and young summon called you though so what would they do so they would say okay hi john hi mr flynn i heard you on the time anderson show i just looked up might coin is two hundred fifty five dollars per tonne light choline that it did you sell it for a little bit more for your time or do you just say yeah i can i tender those how many do you want to me how does that work i care but although i have to tell you a million myself admitted socie it we typically aren't shelly are cryptocurrency at this point oh absolutely not no think about that so remember pay a bitcoin even four years ago was twenty dollars that bitcoin has seen in a high of about twenty thousand dollars and it's backed down and depending on it you talk to their in a couple of reasons that it is back out what he is this because we get into europe some people decide to take some of the money for whatever reason whether it's in the your taxes are christmas uh the other reason is that the the uh futures are not it started to exchange bitcoin so exchanging in new york as well as chicago it's so that may be another week the cost of bitcoin without but it's still seeking backed up to sixteen val inhalen how many are there for.

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"david small" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"david small" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"When when i even tried to define intersection aladi they can't hands they boot they can't handle me defining it because it goes against their dogma that's right and then they of course they do that they do the double reverse act which is now claiming that feminism is a religion and death fell black lives matter as a religion there is no rape culture that's part of the dogma of postmodernism which they also do not understand uh which is also kind of annoying right right right the rape culture i mean yom nine expert on that but i think harvey weinstein as a good demonstration of how it's you know you can get away us so much because there's a culture that enables end silences people who'd speak out against semyon there's there's so much there right yeah i don't know how you could be in denial of a it's weird i don't know how they could look at that and not see a systemic problem there but anyway site cya part of part of it is that these are people who buy into the notion of individuals of individualism via that you know they are free of cultural influnces of course they are right there there are independent there they may worship ayn rand but not otherwise there they're completely free of these sorts of influences and they can see right through the mall uh so anybody who talks about things they dislike must be doing it because they're propagandadriven yeah it's a i found that to be totally true with with them in it and it's it's so funny because i think i think that also works back into what you're saying about the dictionary atheism because one of the big problems i had with and i know y you you wrote is the little something on it that david small is somewhat recent article was i find people trying to claim the default ground in the name of whatever they believe in.

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