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"david sort" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Help covert patients who experiencing breathlessness and eggs. I lt Shiba, who's originally from Kashmir, now lives in the U. K took part in the pilot study and joins us now. Hi and thanks very much for speaking to us on news day. Just tell us a little bit about the sort of impact Cove It's had on you. Thank you, David Sort of James. I remember getting unwell last year in March. It started with a tickly throat and muscle being, But gradually, it became clear that it was not just in the flu, so I was barely breed. I felt I had a ton of bricks on my chest and Every breath was laborious. It took life out of me. Um, I remember my sister and my friend intervening and said, Look, we need to call an ambulance and we called an ambulance. I could barely get out of bed s. I couldn't see my Children or my husband because I was isolating and I didn't want them to be. Infected. Um my Children are completely distressed and remember my daughter saying to me, Mommy Teens promise me not to die because at that time the statistics were that one out of five didn't make it. And even after you were cured of the disease that breathlessness still remained. Is that right? That's right. So when I got out of hospital, I was diagnosed with pneumonia. And I thought, OK, I'll be fine. But three months later, I still was still struggling with breathing had chronic fatigue, muscle fatigue on I wasn't getting anywhere with the GPS. So I Found out about piano on it was like a breath of fresh air. It was lifeline that I needed at that time because I was feeling isolated. I was seeing anxious Do did breathlessness on. I didn't know how to help myself. So it couldn't have happened at a better time. And how did it help you? What did you actually do? So there were a few aspects to it. I remember when I saw the brochure, I thought, Well, I'm not a singer, and I'm not a native English speaker, Tom. We're gonna fit in this program, but they made everyone feel welcome. They started with gentle exercises on moved onto alibis, which, as you know, a lullaby have a calming effect anyways. Um, In addition, they put us in touch with people who have been tough. Being like us, but didn't know what to do. So we all connected in a way where the atmosphere was so positive, energetic that we were empowered with these tools that helped elevate the symptoms of breathlessness. So it sounds like it has helped. Not just in terms of the physical as it were the finding tools and techniques for defeating breathlessness, but also in terms maybe of Reducing anxiety make you feel a little bit more connected to other people. That's right till isolation, which you do not see a tangible effect off long covert suffering is being isolated because you cannot speak to people. If if you do not know how unfeeling then Yeah, you'll send that you'll be sympathetic, but it will wane after time. But if you connect to the people who completely get what you're going to It makes it much India to deal with the problem. And he said a little earlier that you haven't thought of yourself as a singer. Perhaps not as a opera fan. I don't know. But once this pandemic is over, will probe become part of your life. Do you think I think it will. I have asked Susan is our teacher. Tonto. Take us on a full time can and we will be reading our lungs out. The Coliseum's fantastic So I'm not just a better recovery from covert but also a new opera star, perhaps in the making shiver. Thank.
"david sort" Discussed on KQED Radio
"News. I'm Michelle Martin. We're going to begin this hour thinking about President elect Joe Biden's Cabinet picks and the arguments within the Democratic Party over who should or should not be selected. Just days after the announcement of some key Cabinet positions, those divisions are becoming clear. Progressives are pressuring Biden to avoid selecting people with ties to past policy positions or industries to which they object, for example. New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Arising Progressive star with an enormous social media following tweeted. It was shameful that former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, former Obama, chief of staff and congressman, was reportedly on the short list for a Cabinet position. Emanuel has been much criticized for his handling of a police shooting of a teenager while serving his mayor. Meanwhile, the president elect must also live up to his commitment to assemble a diverse cabinet that will not only unify his fractured party but also get confirmed by a bitterly divided Senate. So we wanted to talk more about all this. We've called two people who've been thinking a lot about how personal shapes policy in government. Spencer Overton is the president of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. That's a think tank that focuses on issues of particular concern to black communities, and that includes a major project on staffing at all levels of government. He's also a professor of law at George Washington University. Spencer Overton, Welcome back to the program. Thanks for joining us. Thanks, Um, show and David Sirota is the founder of the Daily poster. That's a progressive online news publication. He's also a former speechwriter for the 2020 Bernie Sanders presidential campaign. David sort of nice to have you back on the program as well. Thanks for having me so special. I want to start with you because you served on the Obama transition in 2008. I wanted to get your take on some of them appointments that the president elect has made so far some of the nominations he's made so far he selected For example, Alejandra my your cast who would be if confirmed, the first Latino and the first person from an immigrant background to lead the Department of Homeland Security. He also attacked representative Cedric Richmond to serve as an advisor and the director of the White House office of Public Engagement. Richmond is a Democrat from Louisiana. And he's a former chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. What of these selections say to you, Spencer? You know, Representative Clyburn has mentioned this the importance in of ensuring some African American diversity on in the Cabinet level pick. So right now we just got Linda Thomas Greenfield, who's been selected Cedric Richmond. You mentioned that means you're gonna have an important position, but it's not in the formal technical cabinet, so we're glad that he is there. It's great in terms of homeland security important, So you know, racial diversity is important, and there is much more work to do. I do want to point out Michelle that these Cabinet officials are really just the tip of the iceberg. There. 4000 presidential appointments on Lee about 1000 of them are Senate confirmed. These other important appointments are important as well. David, What's your take on the appointment so far, the ones that have been announced? Well, I think that they represented a new attempt to restore the pre trump normal quote unquote that that what we're seeing is almost Ah third term Obama cabinet and I think One thing that some folks were disappointed with is that we're in an era where the crisis that we face the economic crises. The climate crisis are Maurin tense in many ways than they were even at the beginning of the Obama era. And I think that some of the questions that have come up our arse are these appointments while they are from The the almost a third term of the Obama that kind of pick. Are they up to the crisis that we face? The Cedric Richmond appointment? For instance, It's a person who is going to be doing liaison with the climate movement who has very deep ties to the oil and gas industry. I'm just using that as one example. So I think that we're gonna have to see whether these appointments can be pushed. And go ahead. Yeah, if I could just respond this immediate attack by progressives on Congressman Richmond. He's our immediate past. CBC chair Hey, was co chair of the of the campaign. It really concerns may also these these arguments and litmus tests. Sometimes mean that people who have corporate experience like Roger Ferguson of TIA Craft for Melody Hobson or Ursula Burns. The strong African American candidates could be disqualified here. And so, you know, I think Cedric Richmond is going to be open to talking to various folks, and I think he really is going to impress on embrace. Progressive activists. You know, In the past, he has had to represent a district that was energy dependent in Louisiana on he's done that in terms of jobs back home. He's in a different position now. So I'm concerned about, you know potential conflicts between progressives in an African Americans here. David, Can I ask you about that? Because I will say that this is something that the former president Obama wrote about in his in his new book, and that other black elected officials have dealt with. It's almost as if there is a certain segment of the kind of White conservative voting population that believes your race is always and forever dispositive unless you take these extreme kind of conservative positions and kind of prove yourself. You're being black as a black elected official. That is what is preeminent for many of these officials like they deal with this constant sort of attack on their legitimacy. And I wonder if for progressives, is it the other way? I mean, is it that progressives for your last campaign contribution of your last job was dispositive and overrides any sense of moral agency that you might have from other experiences in your life? Well, I reject this idea that you have to make that choice. I mean, there are a lot of people of color who have decided not to have close ties with the oil and gas industry. There are a lot of people of color who decided To not sell out to corporate America. There are a lot of people of color who have taken jobs in the nonprofit sector in the in the labor movement as just examples. So the idea that you can on Lee find a diverse cabinet by going to corporate America and plucking people out of Wall Street and putting them into jobs, too. Do economic policy is insulting to lots and lots of people who have chosen a different career path. And I think what we're seeing is is that the idea that you have to choose people out of corporate America and let them go through the revolving door back into government is an ideological decision to say. That's the kind of administration we specifically want before we let each of you go. I did want to ask about this idea that President elect Joe Biden should reach out to Republicans by intentionally appointing a Republican to the Cabinet or some other high level. Position. Spencer, What do you think? I think there could be some value in terms of engaging moderates to show good faith. I am not optimistic that an olive branch like that will engage or mean anything to Mitch McConnell. But the point is, you've got to get as much done as possible. So you need folks with good values..
"david sort" Discussed on Freakonomics
"From the very wealthy. In Norway, the tax burden is more equally shared, and then those taxes are aggressively reallocated says your reallocating. Texas. You also need trust that is being used for something useful. So. I think the to create institutions that are trustworthy is probably the most important thing. So in another country, trust is higher one example of this high trust or at least of less friction between employers and employees in Norway is the prevalence of labor unions. The public sector has ninety percent in annexation. And in the manufacturing sector is like sixty percent and in the service sector is thirty percent in the US. Meanwhile, the private sector industry with the highest share of unionized workers is the utility industry with just under eleven percent. So unions are still strong in the Nordic countries. Negotiated medium of ages that differs across industries and differs across the age the workers. That this, extremely good for people at the bottom economists tend to have mixed feelings about unions pointing out there inefficiencies and inflexibilities. James Robinson who has spent decades researching why certain states and societies prosper he's come to a more nuanced understanding. You can't think of unions just from an economic point of view the unions have all sorts of political consequences in society that may be even more important US companies use market power to repress wages. No unions complained powerful role in pushing back against that you know in columnists might say, well, we should be using fiscal instruments taxes. Transfers to redistribute but that means that the state has to be very involved in that process. So what happens if you're in a society where the social contract doesn't really allow that? Well, then you have to use other instruments and I think the Scandinavians clever by equalizing the pre tax distribution of income. You know the state actually had to do a lot less that could be very politically important especially in a place like the US where people. Antagonistic towards the government doing more in other words, unions reduce the need for government redistribution through a sort of pre redistribution that's negotiated directly by employers and workers. This also tends to. Financial outcomes creating less of a gap between the higher and lower earners. So many countries including the US and the UK especially you have seen an increase in inequality. If, you go back to nineteen thirties. You will see that the income inequality in. Norway. was S hi s in the US today. Norway today path for that income inequality decreased, but also social mobility increased. If you look a- cohorts born in the early thirties. See that income mobility was s low s in the US today. You know parents meant a lot for your own. Income, your position, and over ten fifteen birth cohorts this completely changed. So it was a very. Development in his research, Salvin S has found that in Norway parents income has almost no effect on their children's income a remarkable facts and uncommon in most places around the world. But that doesn't mean the Norwegian economic model is flawless. One disturbing trend tied to the oil industry is a diminished demand for education, and this is what you see in own resource based economies. It's easy to get the job good job in the oil sector without any education. It's very tempting. The people I grew up food. From the core. Industry sector that was very common and you see it very clearly in the data that investment is much lower education in those areas. And of course that is fine as everything is goes to lenders enough oil and Gas Dipoto Mr Vandevelde. Dries out. You need to restructure to do something else, and then you don't have a human capital base for that. So that is the big worry i. think another worry is that while Norway has high levels of income mobility, educational mobility is almost non-existent completing a college also have an assist, agree and especially going to an. Elite school let's say become a lawyer. You see that it's extremely unequal than the parental background means a loft in this regard Norway is to the US pretty similar. So that recruitment to delete is very unequal and that's important because the Nordic model requires a high level of trust in your institutions and the people who run them. So for trustworthy elite to rule and they need to have recruitment from different parts of society you know. They need renewal and different perspectives and so on. Another problem Norway faces and this is what a lot of Americans are afraid of when you start talking about socialism or even social democracies is that strong universal benefits including generous unemployment payments can diminish the incentive to work hard the government and then you budget said that you're going to cut back. On some of the support especially for young people because it turned out that. Young People in the twenty S. On Support David Sort of paid better than people at the same age working. So that is a big concern. It's a concern not just for individuals, but for the whole society, the whole economy. This is something James Robinson has spent a lot of time thinking about. Well it may be tempting for the US to import some elements of the. Nordic model. How much would that affect the foundation that has made the US such an incredible engine for innovation after the financial crisis in the United States, there was a lot of discussion love. Oh, the US has the wrong model. The US should just be like Sweden look at. Sweden. There should be more redistribution we pointed out. This is sort of fallacy in economic theory fallacy because well, countries differ from each other on many dimensions, not just three or four. Yes. The strength of their institutions and their tax system and natural resources, but also their culture, their spirit. The US. For instance, you know it's a much more cutthroat society. Why is it like that? Well, because that creates incentives to innovate and people are just very and bishops on entrepreneurial as much less social insurance and the stakes are very high and that doesn't just benefit the US. It's also benefits Sweden because all of that technology and innovation spills over to everybody in the world you know Ukraine ideas, those ideas spread everywhere. So some sense the Swedes. Can have this very harmonious redistributive society because they're free writing off the CUTTHROATS society. So the US is, Kinda, stuck there because you actually went to a model with more redistribution then the whole world rate of economic growth.
"david sort" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You really have to I in the chamber because we didn't do one last week. So have that. What are you reviewing for us? This Week David Samson. So I'm doing this in very much more detail and nothing personal. I think tomorrow but I have to bring up a show to all the audience because I'm obsessed with it. It's on my mind. I watched an entire series in one five hour stretch. I didn't move and it's a show called Dave's Oh I love that show. Oh my God I heard was told by someone who I have. Great recruit ability with in terms of tastes. He said. Just watch Dave. I said what's it about. Just Watch Dave so I got Hulu and watch Dave. It is worth the price of Hulu. It is about eight Jewish rapper. He's a white Jewish rapper. Whose name is little dicky. By the way watch the entire series and I didn't know that that was a real person. It's a real person. It's a real rapper. That has real salt. I know idea. I thought that he was just a funny Seinfeld. Like sort of Larry. David sort of neurotic guy. Who is a great actor? I knew that he wrote the show he produced the show. I didn't realize that it's all his guys. And it's all real. It is brilliant. He's brilliant. It's hysterical some of the scenes in some of the episodes when you put a hole in a picnic table. That's IT I. It's one of the funniest things I've ever seen. This series opens with him trying to explain deformity to a doctor and he goes through this entire thing. The opening shot. You don't know the character you don't know anything. I was hooked from the first three minutes. If you've got five extra hours which in quarantine just start. You won't stop. Dave is maybe the best series I've seen boy in a very very long time. Everyone that's actually given David Shot. It has nothing but the best things to say about it. And I'm right there with you. In the Seinfeld curb your enthusiasm comparisons are so dead on its so observational at has the same pace to it. The fact that they're leaning into real life characters the way that Seinfeld curb does yeah I. It's a dead on comparison and and dickey is an unbelievable talent. And He's armed with the support of some of the most powerful people in Hollywood in the music industry because scooter. Braun has an executive producer credit on this. And that's how you get. Cameos of Courtney Kardashian that just pop in there that's how it's music career really got off the ground because the as music video called. Get that money. Mark Cuban and Tom Petty Show Up. And there's video and you're like how is this guy that I'm just hearing about getting all these amazing cameos because he assigned to scoot run. So did you know about him as a rapper before you decided to watch the show? Yeah I've known about Little Dicky for I WANNA say four years and yet you still weren't interested in the show until someone tells you to watch it. I guess I had preconceived notions about the show and I just wanted to get like good reviews and people word of mouth got to me and enough people kept hammering me with with Dave. You know what a commitment is. Start a new show and I burn through it in two days. It was incredible by the way. It's a perfect way to end this. Because you just said something that many people thank and they realized how silly it is that you had this preconceived notion of something and therefore you weren't willing to give it a try and then you give it a try and you say why did I think anything possibly could be negative about it yet. The next time you go right back to the same preconceived notions. Yes and you'd think I learned my lessons because a lot of people have preconceived notions about David Johnson. Former MARLINS team president hosts have nothing personal but joins us on the local hour and the episodes are better than you can ever imagine. David thank you so much I wanNA talk to. Have you seen uncut gems on Netflix? Course I saw that last night. Let's all right. Let's do a little bit real quick because I got to get the national show going here in a bid uncut gems. The pacing of this movie gave me anxiety. It's an anxiety inducing movie right number one takeaway is Kevin. Garnett can actually act which. I was impressed with number. Two Adam Sandler is an actor. That is much deeper than happy. Gilmore and Billy Madison He. This movie deserves an Oscar nomination. The anxiety with the score and the dialogue and the script makes it so. I didn't know how would end and we're indefinitely. I guess we could spoil it. It's been out. Don't spoil it because it just hit Netflix's it's number one on Netflix. So people are finding this movie. Now I know I. I wanted to wait till it was actually on Netflix. Because I knew it was going to be on Netflix. In May so I waited. It's well worth so we won't spoil it except to say it's a troubling movie and obviously gambling in sports it's very pertinent today and this movie dives into it in a way that you will not soon forget absolutely and another cameo cagey is not just the only person that plays himself the weekend actually plays himself in this movie and has a couple of good scenes too. So checkout uncut gems. Maybe we can talk about it a little bit more. As more and more people see this will continue talking about the Montreal. Expos and the expos are very passionate topic for a lot of Fans that actually loved that team so if you have questions about the Montreal Expos hit me up on twitter at Michael Ryan Ruis. We Will Grill David same for the second consecutive week on the Montreal Expos and then we'll move on to our next topic. I'm thinking Jack mckeon for next episode. That's just centered.
"david sort" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"On the Saturday morning after Black Friday two thousand fourteen homicide detective Jerry Sedillo followed a black infinity into the parking lot of the law. He watched as the passenger a woman dressed in dark disclose headed inside. She fit the description he'd be given a twenty five year. Old Carter Cervantes a former coworker of actually Harris. The male driver driver stayed in the car so deal called his partner. Earning fate asked him to check up on the guy and when I approached the car then the person identified themselves self as David Mallory. David Mallory was Carter's live in boyfriend you to was a former employee of American Eagle. I asked him what he doing here at the mall. He said he had dropped his girlfriend off to pick up some papers on Air Apostol where she was at manager so perhaps it was just APP APP. David giving Carter a ride to pick up some paperwork at her new job aeropostale so decided to go inside. The mall was open but the stores were still closed. And I happen to go up to pasta and there is a A manager that's actually in there. Working and I was able to confirm that Carter Cervantes do not work for hammocks. He hasn't even novitiate as well. So much of that story. Yes sir. Scipio turned his attention to finding. Carter's Avantis no luck. You didn't see her at all and lesser. Did anybody see her lesser so so deal had a disgruntled employee coming back to the mall where she'd been fired hired. Her boyfriend was telling lies about a job. She didn't have an a car. Looked bikers had been spotted at the scene of a murder to take pates still. I've had David Mallory out in the parking lot. And he's looking for a reason to hold him decided he had a driver's license but he didn't have his driver's lessons with him. Reason enough us. He arrested Mallory and brought them in for questioning. But Carter seem to have vanished wasn't anywhere in the mall but then police went to her apartment complex at their she was now where was she in the apartment complex. Well she initially was in the In the laundry room. 'cause you please. She agreed to answer questions without a lawyer down at the station. Eagle by Carter or Carol Patter Kamau. She'd switched her dark closed for bright. Pink scrubs Do Nothing for work. I had a job opportunity. American Eagle outfitters. Oh Yes Carter's American Eagle connection detectives to do already heard a thing or two about that. Carter had worked at the Fort Worth store for about four months and it was business. Like but unlike Ashley. She wasn't a very friendly assistant manager. She did however make an impression on some younger clerks. Like Weiser Sean Toll. Carter is very smart very deep. She was good at reading people and knowing how to converse with thank you tell that she was well. Educated just had a lot more to her than most sales retail managers. Do but detective. So you knew something else about Carter and David Mallory. Something very important. Remember that burglary at American Eagle three months earlier Carter and David Mallory were the primary suspects and Ashley. Harris was the one who discovered the money missing and when actually came into open opened the store she found the safe open actually knew it was Carter who closed the night before and when she showed her boss the security video view of the burglary. She he pointed out the Monitor and she said that's David Mallory. I said WHO's David Mallory and they said it's Carter's boyfriend amass was easy actually figured Carter Ryder set up the burglary and David carried it out. Carter got fired. David sort of disappeared and both heard that it was Ashley who identified mm-hmm They hadn't been charged not yet but the case was basically actively being investigated when this happened and now three months later. Here Chris Carter talking to the police who were growing suspicious that she and her boyfriend were connected to Ashley's murder. Why am I here? Well which do you started off easy and see so we raise Morello or from Lubbock. Your family's still there. Mom Dad Brothers Sisters Brothers by deputy sisters and they all have you seen your mom and dad and awhile now. I've talked to him every day on text message and snapchat but I haven't been home more friendly family questions. And where did you go to school. Hoekstra Phenom University so. Do asked about Thanksgiving small. Would you make and I made Turkey A and they're stuffing mashed potatoes and green bean casserole and this cabbage bacon salad that my mom really likes to make but I don't think David liked it very much. This wasn't really small. Talking detective was paying close attention. All right so let's start with this morning all right this morning. What time do you get up about? Seven thirty cutting. I'm in what happens in and then we talked and I went back to sleep when I woke up. He wasn't there okay. Eat hurt enough. I know that's a lie. You know it's not what I know. It's a lie why because I saw so you come out of your apartment and get in the passengers fuel. That car and I saw him drive out of there. That's why I know it's a lie. A deal was tough. Your Car Carter. Savant wasn't giving an inch coming up. If Carter's lies weren't reason enough for suspicion suspicion. This was she starts wiping down the bottle. She was afraid that we're going to attain her DNA. And what was this all about. And who was it for. There's an actual human grave that's been Doug Christie fresh grave when dateline continues. 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"david sort" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Line Hillsborough eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five it's eleven after eight on A. M. Tampa Bay by the way one mention that we're talking about Florida candy earlier and the fact of the Xena Mike o'connor whatever those things are looking at paddy's still gonna paddy's the state can be because coconut doesn't come from Florida and I and my wife joy to come up with some alternatives my favorite would be David sort of done the over in central Florida they make citrus candy out orange and lime and stuff like that why we always mistake candy why can't we just or state anything what can we just eat the candy in the state bird all people like to do that state for the yeah we need a state bird to something besides well it's about as dumb as having nor mocking bird having state candy it's made in other states it is as bad as dumb wow waiting at the northern mockingbird and the travesty that it is let's go to to rue in Saint Petersburg is got a comment to make on a walk of fame and what's the word on that route okay can you hear me now yeah okay about twenty years ago and what I should say in the nineties I went to a walk of fame ceremony and it was held over when your Tropicana fail and they have gate number one and just south west there's about thirty plaques out there the call has slipped and Steve Garvey and I went specifically for a a older traveling named John ward and don garbage was there be inducted the plaques are still there they are deteriorating and this is in the late nineties and I'll never hear one word about what used to be a walk of fame and it's for all example but I thought and correct me rue correct me if I'm wrong I believe it's only sports figures yeah I have to agree with that yeah that would be sports figures and we thought that the sports figures who would be on our walk of fame would be those in their sport hall of fame like a luxury Wade Boggs are guys like legally sell man those guys are and those guys are on the Tropicana at least Wade Boggs Lee Roy Selmon yeah right after that yeah we're trying to get one with actors people like George Steinbrenner who brought well brought the Yankees here for spring training and the the the actors Channing Tatum and Patrick Wilson and Brittany snow and bunch of others Hey and you know one one and I really we figured out the one that we're talking about last night at dinner Jim Morrison but I looked him up and he never lived here apparently least wikipedia doesn't have it but one I'm I was not familiar with until sometime ago when I found out the people who live with the four guys that raised a flag on it with Gina and there memorialized in in Washington DC and the it would Jim a flag statue there that's near the Arlington cemetery but one of those was Ernest hi the Thomas junior and he was from Tampa I just looked up the Jim Morrison diss connection at camp and I found this he was born in Melbourne like you like you noted hello Florida he lived in the thank you he lived in clear water for the first three years of his life and he attended St Petersburg college wikipedia didn't even have the and this apparently this came from alive Tampa Bay but I don't know how you know the website have you know correct it is how accurate it is but it's it notes and I just looked this up on Google Ted web has it on his website Tampa Bay legends taking it from Ted web so really all we have to do is call Ted web if we wanted the answer help and find out what check his all website where he had a lot of famous folks talked about on there where are they now yeah it's eight fifteen on A. M. Tampa Bay and let's go to the newsroom and Chris treatment federal agents are combing through the former home of deceased sex criminal Jeffrey abstain in the Virgin Islands the FBI was seen on the island of little Saint James the investigation into an alleged sex trafficking ring is on going despite abstains suicide in a federal correctional facility in Manhattan over the weekend prosecutors say a friend of Dayton shooter Connor bets bought in the body armor and accessories used in the mass killing the forties don't think anything Kali knew anything about the shooting that killed nine people on August fourth among the items that Cali allegedly bought bets was the one hundred round drum magazine used in the massacre endangered species are facing less protection after the trump administration pastor controversy will roll back it could open the door for new oil and gas drilling mining and development commerce secretary Wilbur Ross says the roll back will ease regulatory burdens but environmental groups are expected to challenge the roll back in court is the rules could threaten a million species or more hi Chris Franklin.
"david sort" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Wiz. It's filmed in front of a live audience with four to five cameras. So and you build on our show some until do a five page scene. It's it's a little more theatrical. And there is a feeling, and it's very very precise. Which is something. That's really surprised me too. It's it's a different acting energy. Right. People would be guest stars on our show. But you were fine. I mean, you know. All I remember struggling or troubled or nervous, and you were fantastic for our listeners out there. I did I like three three episodes of vets it three or four episodes season. Right. The final season. And all I remember is just terror. No lately, I b s just but I was so honored to be apart. I mean, it was like this is just so huge to be the heart of you. I mean, you know, we were so distracted too. We probably well, there was a lot of emotion happening here. And so I feel like there was a time. And I don't know if my memory's fully accurate on this. But I think there was a time like second to last episode. There is a group hug, and I was kind of sort of I was sort of standing nearby. David sort of brought me in. But I was like I can't can't be pretty. No, they shouldn't. Okay. Quick Pat on the back out of here. But no, it was a nightmare. No, no, no. It was thrilling. And everyone was so lovely to me. It was the most surreal experience must've been. I just remember thinking. She's really good. Oh my God. Good. Thanks for saying.
"david sort" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You so much. Greg Jarrett is gray was talking about. We do have a rally underway. Joining us to talk about it is Dave Wilson, Bloomberg stocks editor columnist and blogger mlive go on the Bloomberg joins us here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios in New York, David sort of interesting, how we are getting this broad based rally, and yet we're getting downgrades to expectations from another a slew of companies and thinking of in particular constellation which came out today as well as Lanar, how do you square these two realities? Well, I mean one way to do. Just to look at one or shares are up. I know one percent. I don't totally understand that it may just be that people were expecting worse in the case of Lenore. Also, you know, you had kidney w come out raises rating on DR Horton, one of Lindores competitors. And talk about how they expect sentiment in the industry to become more favorable. So that may be playing out in Linares cases. Well, and the idea that, you know, the results aren't necessarily as bad as people were looking for that not only maybe what's happening with the art. But also with skyward solutions to chipmaker one of apple suppliers for the iphone. They came out reduce their earnings and sales estimates for the current quarter in Bloomberg intelligence the analyst over there. Woo Jin hotel about how people were expecting a lot worse. So you got the stock higher even in the face of lower estimates. I mean, it was sort of a given I suppose with. Apple's challenges of selling the iphone that numbers for its suppliers. We're going to come down. And you know, what you guys situation where it's not as bad as people were looking for. And you got a whole lot of technology stocks doing relatively well. In today's trading and sky works is one of them. They tell us about the Bank stocks because I know that you've been looking at those this morning, right? I mean, you're you're seeing a bit of a turn at least for today in terms of what analysts are having to say about the banks lately. It's been cuts to ratings cuts. The earnings estimates cuts to share price projections. Bank of America. You had UBS raise its rating to buy from neutral. You had with Morgan Stanley. They were lifted the buy from hold at CitiGroup, and stocks are up, you know, on a day when you know, if you look back to yesterday, financials were sort of the weak sister of the gains that we saw van today. It's a different story financials of holding up their end Bank. America's up half a percent, Morgan Stanley's up nine tenths of a percent not much in the way, gays. It's just that they're moving more in line with the market, you know, after the series of not so great calls for man was weighing on the earlier in the week. So here's what I'm trying to understand right now. We're seeing a sort of more bullish line from Wall Street analysts straight out about risk assets. Is this a tactical recommendation or is this a longer term recommendation? In other words, is it by the dip temporarily? If you're just basically trading the market, or is this a, you know, this is a good entry point the US economy is still very strong over the next year. At least so go forth and prosper possibly more tactical than anything else. And I say that because actually our reporting on Citigroup's call him Morgan Stanley talked about how the Keith or what's wrote that it's a tactical time to buy the stock. So so that only they said it was tactical. Absolutely. So they go. And look there are a whole lot of concerns. You know, if you think about things going forward, you know, what is going to look like. And of course, those first quarter report start hitting next week. And really in the next few weeks. What will leave their Mark on companies results? What are the earnings? Look like was he look like how does the trade situation play out there? So many questions that you would think that any call you were going to make at this point would have to have a certain tactical element to it in a sense of being shorter term rather than longer term because there are so many unresolved issues at this point, you talk about unresolved issues the trade negotiations between the United States and China. They continue is Wall Street just looking for a positive outcome, or at least a not negative outcome. Just as you describe with certain earnings estimates they reduce them, but not as much as people had feared. And as a result. They bid the price of a specific stock up. Can you make that case for the whole market that everyone's just? Waiting for a US China trade something hoping it's not bad, and that's going to unleash more money. That may well the feel it's hard to get a read on exactly what the broad consensus is nonetheless. And then we have seen you issues. Pop up with a number of companies higher raw material costs is an issue, for example, because of the tariffs that have been put on things like stealing aluminum. So you know, to that extent, it may just be that some kind of relief his people looking for more than anything else. I thought it was really telling there was a story on the Bloomberg looking at how President Trump wants a trade deal with China in order to boost US equities, basically, he views the US equity market is a gauge of how well his government is doing. And I'm trying to understand the implications of borrowing costs for the United States as a result because we have seen an inverse relationship between stocks and bonds stocks rally to bonds. Typically sell off meaning higher borrowing costs. I just wonder at what point will that lead to a sort of a break in his talk rally at what point does this become a feedback loop? Yeah. And that much harder to get a handle on because you know, when you think about where does the loop kind of come into play think about things like capital spending and aimed to what extent companies are gonna be willing to do that. You look at the company like say, Chesapeake energy, and they're actually cutting back their capital spending and people like the shares are higher in response to that. And then there's the issue of stock buybacks. I mean, how often we talked about the last couple of years the extent to which companies have been able to borrow and then turn around and use the money to repurchase their shares. So share buybacks of linked to trying to get the stock price of a specific company higher. And we know that chief executives and other executives of those companies they get compensated based on what the stock price. Does. It doesn't matter. Whether they're fewer shares they get based on the actual performance of the stock. Sure, they have an incentive to do it. No question. But at the same time you have to weigh that incentive against the cost of carrying out the program. And to the extent that you're relying on borrowed money to do it higher interest costs get in the way are just saying that it's not their money. It's not the executives money. It's the company's money. Well, it's the shareholders look at it that way. That's that's certainly true. All right. Thanks very much. Dave Wilson, Bloomberg stocks commerce blogger mlive go on the Bloomberg. Remember to send Dave an Email at dwilson at Bloomberg dot net and sign up for his daily free Email newsletter. Now, let's go to our ninety one studios.
"david sort" Discussed on KGO 810
"Eight one zero while the Republican party has a lot of introspection to do. Besides just blaming Democrats and saying that there was vote harvesting is their latest. There wasn't wasn't. That's such a acknowledge your law. So joining me on the phone though to talk about what is happening next with Republican party from Politico's, California playbook. Carla Marinucci Carla great to talk to you. So are there are they actually being introspective? Or is it just blame the Democrats for their losses at this point? Well, I think there's this. This a party that's still in the intensive care unit. And it's trying to find its way back and one of the things they have to do is find somebody to lead them. The current chair is leaving Jim brutal. Not he's gonna be retiring? And in February they're going to decide who is in charge of the message and the direction of the party, and one of the things you mentioned I mean, they've been blaming ballot harvesting and the motor voter registration and a bunch of other things in California. How Democrats managed to just kill off essentially seven of their house members. And you know, they have to look within the party. I talked to this week to three of the guys who want to be the next chairman of the California Republican party. There are no women in that group. And you know, they they don't really acknowledge the one of the big issues is the demographic changes in how the party is still largely white and older and that is not worth California's going on. A demographic side is is becoming it already is a majority minority state is becoming younger and people of color have a much bigger voice in California, and that is happening in states across the country, Nevada, you know, a tax haven taxes, even and you know, we saw what almost happened in Texas. It's just a matter of time. I think many Republicans will will admit before what happened in California. Demographics happens in the rest of the country. And by in the next two decades, the entire country is expected to be majority minority. So this is where the Republican party has to look at itself and figure out how to appeal to those voters, and you know, it's interesting talking to the three folks who want to be the chairman, really, none of them blame Donald Trump or that whole message with Donald Trump. They don't think that that's part of the equation. It's fascinating Carla Marinucci joining me on the phone from Politico's, California playbook. I mean Travis Allen. Okay. You're not going to get a single minority vote for Travis. Al maybe one Travis Allen, Steve Frank. I've talked to you many times over the years to he's also very much. He's not quite a Travis Allen. But he's kind of in that camp. David handley. Yeah. Definitely conservative David sort of more in the middle. You know, it's interesting. You mentioned Travis Allen. He's already got out on Twitter, basically, a call for a Republican revolution. But a call to repeal Gavin Newsom, by the way, hasn't even been sworn in as governor California. So he just one in a landslide. So this is kind of one of the things that the Republican party needs to address. I think you know, what you talk to Travis Allen or ski Frank or David highly all say, you know, it wasn't really Donald Trump. It was you know, various issues, they all bring up the issue of the voting what they believe. Lead to be voting regularity irregularities, which really haven't been proven by anybody. I know just gonna hang out of Saint Carlin. Let's take a second on there. As I understand it outside of North Carolina. Thank you. Is actually a Republican conspiracy that is being investigated right now. And Georgia's secretary state disenfranchising minority voters I heard any evidence we did have the one problem here in the state of California where we registered to many people who weren't eligible, but that was caught before the election. Yeah. That was pretty election. That was the motor vehicles had nothing to do with the secretary of state. And she said that was corrected. There's no evidence that undocumented people voted in this election, or there was any kind of weirdness with the way the ballots were picked up or absentee ballots. I mean, you have do you have a former North Carolina Governor at this point suggesting that in that say that they should forbid absentee ballots in total all of them, you know, almost military. I mean, a California two-thirds of us vote by absent t-, ballot California makes it easy for people to vote that is why you know, we had two two stars devoted a historically high turnout. This time around was because two thirds of the voters voted by mail. It's just easier to do it here in other states. You have to ask permission etcetera. So this is something I mean, the Republican party it really doesn't want to deal with that aspect of it. I think the message is. The other big problem that they had Donald Trump was a problem for them on on issues like the GOP tax Bill on repealing ObamaCare on the immigration issue and the wall, which we know is historically unpopular here in California. And yet a lot of those house people who went down to defeat in southern California or just walking the plank with Kevin McCarthy, basically align themselves with Trump, and they paid the price for it. So this is some of the some of the stuff that Republican party has to look at as it goes forward. But here in California, it's gonna be interesting. Even you know, February they're going to have their big state convention, and that is where the demolition derby will occur. In february. Okay. Yeah. I'm looking at this Carla Marinucci joining me on the phone athletic, California playbook, again, I see three older white guys. And not that there's anything wrong with older, white guys. Travis Allen, isn't that much older? But. Exactly. And then this is the Tom. For the party. And the, you know, when you compare the number of women in the house, I believe the Democrats, I think it was seventy new women compared to thirteen on the Republican side. There's just no comparison to how Republicans represent you know, or not representing women and people of color, and this goes in the in the California party as well. There are no Republican Latinos in give unheard of. I mean in this state. That's crazy. So they they need to address that issue and figure out what what they are doing. And whether this alignment was President Trump is working in their favor intercourse. There are a lot of Republicans in this state who are either never Trumpers or who have decided to leave the party Steve Schmidt being a famous Olsen. Yeah. Kristie nelson. Right. They're talking about how this no longer flies. There's there's a number of them now and growing number and the question. Yeah. Exactly. Bruce, McPherson, go on and on, you know, and and this is a party, as you know, that you should be so vibrant. So that's what I think we're looking at as we turn to determine, you know, where the party's going to be and it's really even more important than because in twenty twenty the presidential primary. He has moved up to March. So this time around the state will really matter. It will be very important to the whole process and people will be here candidates will be here. So they've got to figure out their message. Now, wait two things. I subscribe to the Politico's California playbook. So I get the Email every morning. You should subscribe to follow Carla Marinucci on Twitter at sea Marinucci. Thank you. It's always great to have man. Thank you. To be with you. Thanks so much. Do appreciate want to hear your thoughts on this as well. What do you think? What's next for the Republicans here in California just double down on the same four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten..
"david sort" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Sort of used the great that was like that was I thought that was cool because that was like a political statement that was just like write something that was way before Hollywood was even anyway. All anyway, thinking about that. I thought that was pretty pretty pretty bad ass. Well, you had like you had some. Hollywood's always been, you know, there was the blacklist. I mean, the hose always been political, many ways and didn't you have wasn't Hanoi Jane before that. I mean, it wasn't Jane Fonda sort of documentary. No is a good man. So she, yeah, she's amazing. She is. And even if you know, she's amazing. You see this documentary, like man, what a bad s? Yeah, like she'll she gets on the end is talking about her plastic surgery in saying, I wish I would have been braver to have not felt like I needed to do this. And just like that takes a lot of balls to say something like that. You know, when you're legends like that sort of admit that I wish I hadn't had done this and I felt like I sent the wrong message, you know, and the whole Hanoi Jane thing manages its. I did a people still hate it, or I was in newsroom, and I remember at one of the first table rates, she said next to me was like. I was like hygiene, David. Hello? Yeah. My God feel things. She enjoys that feeling. And what she seventy. How old is she? She's she's in their seventies for sure. Yeah, she's amazing. I mean also, I think the single greatest performance. This is not the movie. We're gonna talk about if we ever talk about them, but the single greatest performance men or women on film, I think is her performance include like, I actually think that that performance is so like the dangers, the pitfalls in that performance? Yeah, of her making her a Hooker with a heart of gold is so easy like other actors would take that and like sim sentimentalize it, and she makes her so hard. And also someone who you can't figure out she makes her such an and so hard. Yeah. And like that is what a prostitute is like. They're just so hard. They're not have this like beating heart of gold and so brave, that performances brave, like it is a total. It's the, I think it's the greatest foam performance of all time. Wow. They go. I've said it Jane Fonda. Barbarella is number two. You think it's better than God? I wish I could think is right. Terrible performance. What do I think is the best performance. Right? David sort of set the standard of these are going to be. I would say that it's a tie for me my own personal favorite between zero Mastel June wilder users might to vote. Yeah, I think as an actor, if you look at those performances, those two performances, I am going back and forth between the two allow if that to shot at the beginning of the movie, just that wide shot of a seven or eight minutes shot. Right? Yeah. Just the two of them talking in that room. Yeah, it's incredible. It's insane. Yeah. So that's my favorite. But I mean, I don't know there's just perform and then you in your, there's performances to the child. And like I think my favorite actors and it's all that influenced me the most is kid and most of those people are like white guys. Yeah, but then you get older and you get more sophisticated, you know? Sure, or hopefully you do and you know, you see different types of performances that influence you along the way. So I think it's always like important to continue to be influenced by great performances as well. But like, yeah, you look at like jerk. Geraldine page. We were talking on my -tarian. Oh yes. Seeing per. You don't know this movie. It's a very dark Woody Allen movie. No serious movies. He's heavily influenced by Bergman and stuff. So it was a dramatic parody of Burke in the opinion. No, not a parody, but it's it's like his Bergman too, but it's also him. It's like a really, right. It's why you know, but it's everything his, it's Geraldine page. Who is one of the greatest like actresses of all time again, maybe what will surely page in trip to bountiful. She got the, but she and, oh, she's in that Gene Hackman. Is she in the..
"david sort" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Life radio dot com you're listening to the city on lake radio i'm your host victoria schaefer here with david arquette and his wife christine arquette were so kindly hosting today's lovely events hotdog la in santa monica california can you tell us a little bit about today's event hotdog la why you guys to support canine companions for independence well actually david sort of got us involved a friend of his has a really cool clothing store club goalie esther in hollywood and she is providing like a cool dress for us tonight for me to walk in and so it started that way but we're just animal lovers we have three rescued basset hounds and we believe in like wrestling our dogs in any sort of charity that we can be a part of that's doing something for the very community is really important to us i think we both were just saying when you turn on the news nowadays there's so much going on in the world so it's fun to do like a event relax and looking at dogs and costumes there's nothing funnier than that and i just saw giant saint bernard skin tight outfit so just to be a part of an organization like this it makes me so giddy 'cause i love dogs so much allergies there you see my eyes are watering taking benadryl but i don't wanna pass out like before this whole thing get started so because canine i'm just thinking there's another team for an artery there that another thing serious gods to bring a dog like this to a sit down then basset hounds downstairs in the green room because they're very like diva ish and all the dogs are so well behaved because they are highly trained service animals yeah this organization so great because they provide.
"david sort" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Think we would sits in front of a spanish couple one of the benefits direct this fall night is that it's one of those stunts more members of the public to come along and they would just they would loving they were laughing especially these moments where twist sokaia is the story of a woman called petra taking been autists placement the famous artist and i won't go any further than that because hopefully if this film comes out in the uk just from worth seeing as clean as possible but that's that's petra and the other film we saw yesterday together straight after recording with grams or grins grins maybe the homeland to you pronounce swedish film aaliyah bassey is the director translated as border border yes elliott bac directed it's and he he made it feel close shelly that's i saw it belene film festival a few years ago which was sort of a demonic possession birth story told with a bunch of nordic hipsters living out in the forest and this is sort of his take on traumatology based on short story by john vita link fist who wrote s lead right one in and it's sort of similar that this dark romance using updated versions of ancient nordic mythology following this to the border guard main coming to who has never felt quite writes in society and she's wearing this how'd you describe how she looks david sort of this prosthetic makeup with a large brow and nose and there's not quite rightness about her about her face and it's like i mean she feels that she's ugly and she's lights of evan ugly duckling society but this discoveries she makes during the film she finds out why she is like she is i mean one thing that sets reply and is the reason why she's a border gotta she has this incredible sense of smell she she smell emotions on people so she can smell if someone's guilty and manages to catch people as they're going pass just smelling them which her colleagues don't seem to mind they're actually quite happy that she's able to do this and i guess the story starts when.
"david sort" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A player who is going to move the needle in terms of the giants returning to the relevance in prominence that they have been so accustomed to for so long arm in don't care where it is as long as you make the team better in a dramatic a noticeable way and soon but we haven't got that yet but isn't that longterm isn't that what you just said the person who is most able to do that the quarterback yeah and then you've got him to infusing weather hanging onto manning frame you too but i mean he's thirty seven gonna be 38 for this season's even over i mean you're they're going if you're not but i'm sure the giants so be on the spot anytime soon if there is a franchise quarterback that they locate i i just think it would be a big mistake if this organization passed on it at this point i mean you have a thirty seven soon to be 38yearold quarterback uh and the guy that this regime did not drafts and you know maybe things looked good with david sort but is a crash right now you've never seen him play and if you man the guy that you think is a franchise quarterback you know then the giants are gonna have what he lives in his 16th year the next guy goes another ten years you're gonna for 25 years stretch where you're going to be pretty good for most of that 25 your stretch if you have that franchise quarterback so to me if that franchise quarterback that is the guy that they pay packets okay this is the best quarterbacks in the draft we seeing them as a franchise quarterback i think would be a group of a mistake that will set the franchise back you know at least three to five years if they don't it's pull the trigger on that and i don't know it does matadi like manning's there he's not going to last forever i mean we've got that right he's been on the decline who expect him to all of a sudden put it back together dates thirty seven thirty eight and then have several more years would just be short or for decisionmaking at the top and i don't think they would make that mistake be honest with you real quickly and then we gotta let you go zooming out from the giants would staying.
"david sort" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Enough and i think what was previously pricing about the minutes was how balanced activate seemed to be that you had a few members who are concerned that three hikes were not sufficient given how easy financial conditions werbe also had a few members who are worried the three hikes might be too many considering that inflation was still quite modest so we have jerome powell 8 essentially david sort of thinking is going to be a hawkish federal reserve y your your tone seems to suggest you expect more hikes what does that day for the debate about what 10year use go to and how quickly they do rise if the fed rises more aggressively as you intimate so so i think this is one of the parts of our call which i think can seem so what counter counterintuitive but i think we think the fed hikes threetimes next year that's a bit more than the market is still pricing but we think that leads treasury yields to to actually fall modestly by the end of the year and the reason is is we think that decline will be focused at the long end of the curve and so is the fed is raising the front end the curve were flattened because the market will anticipate or assumed that those hikes now now our increasing the odds of a downturn happening eighteen months to 24 months down the line and if that's the case the u s curve should be flatter or should be completely flat and actually yields 10year yields 30year yields at current levels are actually quite well supported the how de european bones then fag not mean vine then and what will ecb action dion tissot pay and hamas did they follow the fed surf of ecb isn't a slightly different position and i think for for two reasons the first is i think the ecb may be more so than the the fed or even the bank of japan has an earlier cycle economy that showing less signs of overheating and we'll have an easier time keeping policy very accommodative in spite of decent growth numbers and so i think that's actually a big structural advantage the europe has on a multiyear viewers.
"david sort" Discussed on Science Vs
"But they said that some industrial processes just need so much heat that it becomes really tricky to run them on 'electricity so for example to create iin all steal which by the way will need to make wind turbines you need almost three thousand degrees fahrenheit that's over sixteen 100 degrees celsius for everyone outside america he's a referee david sort of get to those extremely high temperature levin's is really really difficult for in in some processes and we don't simply have the the the technology needs using electricity as the few source to get there and right now then in fossil fuels is one of the only ways we know how to get those crazy high temperatures but they it said that those processes i still a relatively small part of industry so maybe we don't have to sweat it so hot conclusion when it comes to running industry on a 100 percent renewables we can go a long way but we don't know how to do it all just yet let's take a look at the last piece of the puzzle that we need to convert to renewables businesses like banks law firms and supermarkets as well as how homes according to the apa all of that pumps out just under forty percent of us carbon dioxide emissions and technically we could run all of al lights and vacuum cleaners and computers on 'electricity powered by wind turbines and solar panels and technically we could convert all the gas stoves and the gas heat is that we have into electric.
"david sort" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Was the song that ends the film flashing lights i knew exactly knew exactly as soon as i heard went that's the last song in the film and the shot that we shot it's thirteen seconds from the beginning of the song to the downbeat and i time that last shot to end exactly at thirteen seconds so that the credit would come up like a new exactly and what i wanted to do with that so as a result of of what david provided for me there's there's less score there's less original score than we would have typically just because he found so much material that i felt was real that worked really well and david you know david just wants to move it a war he doesn't he is now have this thing of like wall you know i understand why there are more things that you're having me do he feels like it's all of a piece which is why actually the credit on the movie says music david holmes has opposed a music by david alial can't yeah because i felt like will music buys kind of misleading but music is not because david sort of found all of the music entities so it's all within his purview but for whatever reason i felt that distinction was was worth making was was john denver baked into the the screenplay ready now yeah i mean the the the the performance at the pageant was was written into the script what we ended up doing was.
"david sort" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Today art ever forward shawn and fragments wakeup call reaction continues to foreign via email taxed and your phone calls on the removal of several confederate statues bedeviled austrian general robbery liens normal jackson commemorating the bottle of chancellor israel in which a jackson i believe leave of i remember when history i think no he died that battle on of the double check that but i do believe he perished in the battle was don't get your calls and comments the attorney general jeff sessions is expected to make a major address today from miami on sanctuary cities and miami used to be one they've now changed their tune to go to cooperate with the feds and the attorney general said yesterday respect for the rule of law has broken down in chicago their socalled sanctuary policies are just one sad example sites were city a trafficker a smuggler worry predators best friend and baltimore is a sanctuary city and the bomber police christer kevin dave told the acting assistant attorney general alan hansen who wrote a letter asking for baltimore's assistance with the feds and go on this partnership and david sort of like good kind of evading here saying well we don't control those the the city jail and they don't the state does so it really should be the governor and and state we get it but it but this is interesting income mr davis's response he says leaking crime assistanct immigration policies is concerning and sends the wrong message quote public safety depends on all communities regardless of immigration status having crossed of law enforcement without this trust immigrants may be less likely to communicate with the police report crimes or seek assistance upon becoming a victim and of.