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"davidenko" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"davidenko" Discussed on Channel 33

"Or a Davidenko booked up I wanNA talk to you about the New York Times Narrative podcast caliphate. I. Just I guess I'm I'm I'm just asking you. If. You made this up if this whole thing was an invention. This. Tell me you know. So I've been hoping the. Hoping I can see that at this whole thing is bullshit just so I can. Say That when I once they come around to prosecute prosecutor that you cannot prove anything because they cannot prove anything. That's rupe meaning. A terrorism reporter for the New York Times, talking to her subject, a Canadian man in his twenties was identified by the name Abu Who's Asia to protect his identity safe said that he had left Canada to join the terrorist group Isis and then he went to Syria and participated in executions before fleeing and eventually arriving back in Canada. Well, in late September who's afer whose real name is sh arose Chowdhury was charged. In candidate for allegedly fabricating tales about his experiences as an Islamic state fighter by the Royal Canadian. Mounted Police The New York. Times. Now has to backtrack and report the Caliphate podcast which one peabody award according to the daily Beast Times editor Dean vk wrote a memo. We are going to put together a group of reporters and take a new look at the story, his story, and inevitably how we presented his story. David my brain going like nine directions. I'M GONNA pawn on first down and just hand the ball to you first things first it's a lot harder to memory whole podcast and I don't mean this in a particularly like antagonistic way but it's a lot harder to to just sort of. Hand Wave highly successful narrative podcast away for an institution like The New York Times then it would be you know the collected works of Jason Blair or whatever you know whatever those things might never get come up in conversation again naturally. So it's A. Very interesting situation they have their. Because the whole purpose of caliphate was to sort of. Put a foot into the modern media world right into it to engage in narrative podcasting and. And one of the benefits one of the goals of narrative podcasting as you have this sort of like testament, you have this statue that will live on right. You can always go back and listen to Cathy you can wreck people can recommend it to friends. Is it just like look this up on your podcast APP? This is. An incredibly compelling thing from a from editorial standpoint. But when you actually look at the narrative podcast and I'm not gonNA name names but the narrative podcasts that had been hugely successful I used to always joke that. These. GR- like the the the great narrative podcasts were like feature stories that sounded great on pitch but never got published because it's like even the best of them are like three quarters, two thirds But three, I'll say through Gordon Bennett for the Dow two thirds or three quarters of a really compelling story, and then a sort of. Beautiful Shoulder. Shrug that go at that follows instead of actually having to like. Finish? The story. Like and that's where I find myself sitting on this back porch wondering whatever happened to Bryan Curtis Shawshank redemption ending you know. But. Those are the kind of things that are absent from almost all great narrative podcasts or things that you're editor will make you pin down before you can push published right? I. Mean these are really important things and I'm not saying that's what happened here but there is a difference between the way that we tell stories. For on the on the podcast audio format and the way that you write big feature stories for a place like the New York Times and to think that the same editorial staff the same writing staff everything that it's GonNa be a smooth transition. It invites to assume it's going to go okay that's what invites the problem you know almost I mean it's almost a self fulfilling prophecy..

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"davidenko" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"davidenko" Discussed on The Big Story

"Response, so it might. Be that. Are Using a conspiracy theories which we've seen in the past two solar sort of bolster their audience Sometimes it is to change what people think or how people feel about the protests, which is why it's so important to rely on accurate information around them. it's you know it's it's tricky. There's no one goal I I've spoken to. Early on a sixteen year old boy, who spread it e- hoax about his uncle being missing. From the protests just as a way of getting social media popularity, so we are definitely seeing both nefarious means nefarious reasons for spreading false information and less various reasons for spreading false information. Great, so everybody wants to get in on it now basically. Jane. Thank you so much. I hope you get a couple of days off soon. Well I went to an island with no cell reception this past weekend, and that was a gift fair. We go all right. Stay safe and thank you very much. Thanks for having me. Jane Davidenko Senior reporter for Buzzfeed News. That was the big story. If you would like more, and there is no disinformation on our site, you can find us at the big story PODCAST DOT CA. On twitter at the big story F. P. N.. Today, we will share Jane's running list of black lives matter hoaxes for your information and preparedness. Send it to all your friends. You can, also, of course find this podcast and all of the frequency podcasts in your favorite player. If you like them, give them a rating. Give him a review. Thanks for listening Jordan Heath Rawlings. We'll talk tomorrow..

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"davidenko" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"davidenko" Discussed on The Big Story

"Jordan I have a test for you. Oh Yeah what is it? I heard if you think that you might have current of virus you should take a deep breath it for ten seconds and if you can do that without coughing for ten seconds really yeah all right. I'M GONNA try it all right all time. You okay. One two three four five six seven eight nine ten. That's it that is it. Apparently you don't have the current virus. Perfect that's nice to hear. I can't be a real test though. No it's definitely not it's just another hoax floating around the Internet. I've seen a ton of those. Yeah what kind of stuff have you seen? Well I I heard that If I already had a cold in January and February which I did that I probably already had covert nineteen and I'm probably okay. I also heard that five G. technology is to blame that. They're looking into that link and I heard some stuff about silver or essential oils or vitamins. That I can take and it would just kill this virus dead. A lot of that is going around. Yeah I heard to the grocery store actually talking about how they were cutting up garlic every day and just eating that thinking that they wouldn't get the current. Oh virus if they did that. Just garlic just garlic. I also heard of course that a hairdryer can get hot enough to kill the virus and so all I gotta do is fire that up and I'll be right and the mother of all of them. I think that's been going around. That is kind of in a gray area. I'm not sure is that this virus will just be gone or at least almost gone when the warm weather comes. That would be nice. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA count on it but we're GONNA get into all of the hoaxes and misinformation around Kovic nineteen on the show today but first as we do now because this is a breaking story. Claire Give us a brief update on what's happening in Canada today so we are expecting a huge announcement from the federal government reportedly twenty five billion dollars to help Canadians and businesses. Get through. This time were also expected to get an announcement by the end of the week. About changes to upcoming tax deadlines potentially giving Canadians more flexibility to make tax payments a number of provinces have declared a state of emergency including Ontario Alberta and Prince Edward Island the number of cases of cove nineteen in. Canada is now at four hundred twenty. Four Ontario has reported its first deaths British Columbia reporting three more and that brings the nationwide total to eight as for new closures. Uber is suspending Uberpool. You can still use all other uber. Trips UBER eats is still available Cineplex's closing all theaters across the country until April second and CIBC says it is closing two hundred and six of its locations across the country as well as modifying hours of operation. You can find out which ones are open which ones are closed on their website. When we're glued to our social media feeds with all of this news and it's coming a million miles a minute and nobody seems to have any easy answers or any explanations. It's not a surprise that were eager to seize on one when we do see it. There's a reason we did that. Test off the top and I have to confess that when I first saw it I really did do it and I felt better for like ten minutes. I'm not naive. I'm supposed to be a journalist but I'd seen it on some official public health looking letterhead. It felt really good to think for a second that there was something that I could do right now to make sure that I didn't have covert nineteen. I realized almost immediately. Of course that it wasn't real but that quick feeling of relief a feeling like I understood something. In a completely chaotic situation it was powerful. And all these things take to spread is a little bit of panic that feeling of relief the best of intentions and a quick share and then it's impossible to put them back in the bottle and it's a fight that we can't win of course that doesn't mean there aren't people in the thick of the fray anyway doing their damnedest to make sure that you and I don't fall for things that might make sense right now. Might feel good but could cost us all in the long run. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story Jane. Davidenko is the senior. Disinformation reporter at Buzzfeed News. She is extremely busy right now. Very very busy. Last time we talked to you. We talked about how you debunk. This kind of stuff in general. How has that changed in a situation? Like this where there's only one story so there's only one story but there is pretty much an infinite amount of misinformation going around right now Last time we chatted we were monitoring misinformation that was mostly targeted at China and now the misinformation targets people here in North America and seems to be causing quite a bit of panic. Are People more vulnerable to this stuff? in a crisis like this. So here's what we already know about. Misinformation it really plays towards a feelings of anxiety or anger or panic. That people may already have. This has been true since disinformation has become a thing And during a crisis like the krona virus people are already very very stressed out very anxious. And there's a big information vacuum That information vacuum is very quickly being filled with hoax says misinformation. Disinformation false cures. You name it. What kinds of stuff were you seeing? As the story I started to emerge so in the story I started to emerge the research of two big themes that we saw The first one was that The krona virus was a bio up in that was a falsehood that was spread by people who were financially or politically motivated for that narrative to take hold It is not true What we know is that it started at a market in in Hunt China The second thing that we saw were many many videos of people getting sick either fainting or just laying on the ground and those videos We just could not verify which is did not know what was happening at the time and we didn't have enough context for the images and the videos that were coming out of China and how of these stories changed as the situation has evolved. You mentioned they've kind of moved location. But how does disinformation evolve? I guess to adapt to the news that we're getting now. People in North America are not watching the situation on full unfold. Sort of At arm's length Now they're experiencing it themselves and so now the missing that we see is targeted at the people who are scared who may be experiencing at or are fearful of experiencing it so this means Mass text messages being sent out of falsely telling people that cities are GonNa get shut down including public transit and roads This means false cures and snake. Oil cures or Sort of just very bad health advice. That's going around That is a lot of what we're seeing now really targeted at the population. Are you trying to tell me that? Just because at the top of this podcast I could take a breath and hold it for ten seconds. That doesn't mean I'm safe log. Some of these false curious do seem outlandish but at a time of panic. Especially if you're somebody who Is not very well versed and Medicinal Sciences? Or Somebody. Who is very panicked? Somebody who doesn't have access to To health information you might serve. Try these cures as a as an attempt to prevent it from getting to you I'm not lying. I actually fell for that one. I figured why not. It can't hurt to know that I can still breathe deep breathing. Deep is very important in a panic but it will not help. Prevent the spread of Corona virus. Are you seeing hoaxes? In scams that are unique to this particular virus or to disease or is this just kind of the case of the people who do these things adapting their usual technique for new content. It's a little bit of both I honestly can tell you that I haven't seen this volume of misinformation and my three years of covering the beets So what we have is sort of existing players who have been spreading misinformation and we have people who have entered the field but most of all we have people sharing this stuff with each other. We're not going to be able to know the source of this stuff until we have a moment to take a step back and really analyze all the data that we've been gathering over the last little while but what we do know. Is that people in a panic. Have been sending this stuff to one another And that is sort of something that we all can do to help. Stop spreading it. How do you handle the volume? Do you kind of divvy it up into categories. Do you just try to rapid fire as they come in Do you try to have an overarching plan. That gets the right information out there. Saw for me. There's two very important things. One is to keep an eye on the real news real authorities have the CBC or news channels on at all times And really important for me to sort of understand the latest developments because the situation is changing hour by hour But the second important thing is for people to keep sending me hoaxes that they see because a lot of this is based on group chats and facebook groups. I don't always have access to To the misinformation that people might be seeing so essentially I am asking people to crowd source any misinformation that they might have come across and then I sort of If I've already debunked it then I'm able to send them back what we found. And if I then I added on to our running list of debunks how do you handle the gray area? 'cause I've seen a lot of this And Claire mentioned.

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"davidenko" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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"davidenko" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

15:58 min | 2 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Give me a PM and a business analyst to feed me what I'm supposed to write. I would say those developers just in the stage of completing themselves so they haven't really gotten. I think if you look at the best have become people that we look up to. Jason. Even. Even Silicon Valley greats, there, devs beginning, they completed their journey understanding what, what people want, and they wrote the code what people want and became better devs, because they understood what they were writing it for. Yeah. So the secret this get their finished finish your cycle, right? As a deaf end with. I just write what might be tells me or I just write what may be wrote in the business requirements. Right. Right. The finish finish that story and learn how to express that story, right? Yeah. Geeks talk, geeks hustle, right? You have a hand in helping together is, I think the more you can express, what you're writing the better you become a writing it, and that's surprising really interesting cycle data that again, sometimes it requires a little bit of extroversion or ambivert. You don't even have to be an extrovert together because some deaths are just shy to go out there. But you're just again, the only one stopping from in order for you to understand the business case you have to develop that's soft scale as well to go after all these weird extroverted business people as well, because that's how you're gonna understand that. Right. Okay. Now Winston next one products. How do you what, what makes a good product because we're always, always, there's always that's airing Vicky till you Mickey. Right. But you can only get away with that. I along, especially if you're an MVP Mon, but what makes a good product that can scale that can really change the game in whatever it's trying to solve. I think the product in the customer's hand is a good product. Right. And it continuously improved. So there's a lot of people that are afraid to release a product. Yes, they've become the only over engineered something over engineered to perfection. Right. And, and then they hide behind the statement, the customers, just don't understand the product. So to me, the best products is a product that gets out to market as quickly as we can it. That reacts to customer feedback as quickly as it can possibly be and understands how to address the most market, they can passively dress. So I think it's more. Organic products are best than when you're when you learn how to do that. Now doesn't mean you're perpetual MVP that therm because it means good enough, I think whether or not. Yeah, I think it's good to set expectation. Right. Guy. I'm building and innovation. But it's early if you coming through this journey with me, you will get something out of it as well. Yeah. So start having that partnership with your customers earliest possible, and then improve your product with your customer. Yeah. Because that's what we do. Right. The first thing I do you know just like you, right. Todd bought then you go to the customer. I don't completely know chat bots can do. But if you just put it in your business, I know that it will replace something right? And if you can gain enough customer trust that they do that with you, and hold your hand. Well, we're doing now when you do and you make sure that you give reciprocal value to the customer. If your I I'm going to take care of you. Right. I think that's the best way to build products. That's how I built products in the past. It means might mean that some of my first customers go through pain. Right. Right. That's a growing pain, though. Yeah. And it's the same thing, right? Like we did the first Duke big data environment into Philippines in wasn't Brady twenty fourteen right at BDO, and that wasn't pretty. But if you look at it, they're probably the only Bank with a completed, big data environment with zero data warehouse. And so there's Davidenko being early crap. But there's also pain in the early stages. The Guinea pig the scars nowadays. They've got security gotten governance, written right? And understood the product grew with it. So it equally important if you inflict pain, you'd better inflict valley first-mover at that digital. So. I think a lot of it is making sure that you set expectations really well, okay. Southgate. Now you mentioned about corporates earlier, right? This is a hard hard thing to do. Again, startup culture versus corporate culture. Is solely night and day sometimes how can startups incorporates find that right? Middle ground to work with each other. It's always a challenge, because corporates need for growth or need for customer acquisition. Always far outweighs the startup. Absolutely. So you don't have that balance to begin with and. It is incumbent upon the start up to discover synergy, right? And to protect itself. So what makes it hard for start up to work with very large corporate specially if doing the exact same business rights, fintech goes to a Bank that's kinda hard to work with. It's really important for that fintech. Then say your core. Markets are ABC market. I will help you get the de Ordine don't do after the same thing. And so the overlaps always hard, even if the CEO agrees that, you know, my future ABC market will use your technology to Shen will not right. Because the branch managers L take them awhile to do that. So if a startup then to address a non buyer for it should always start with the non buyer of a large start in my opinion of work, start with the non buyer and say, look. ABC you. Well, d is served by robots right. I'll bring this customers to you guessing Mitek and lower costs. So we weren't in short. Basically, you're gonna have to find him a blue ocean to address with your deck, s I think that's, that's, that's kind of one of the surefire ways I've seen work. And the other is, is really. Bringing them to new markets. Right then? So it's really along. Otherwise, it's really hard to work with startups and enterpreneurs at the same time or big companies time, okay? Okay. Now, Winston, it's an open secret that year also an angel investor. Right. But are is that correct exactly? We are. Actually we're investing again. I think I'm bringing about my own all my personal interests, all at the time now. So who've you invested on before I know Unix. We invested in orchestra onyx where you've invested in Louis. We. Right. We've invested in. Oh, ends up via also. They'll one then Marikina shoemakers invested in Unix against to reinvest in our right? Right startups to stealth investments now that they're waiting for us to announce. And then we are building our own startups in, you know, it was just talking to your partners. We're trying our second large start up on Monday. Wow. You're out to a lot of stuff. I'm very interested to see what you're gonna do. But my question I is I one from a mindset of angel, and when you're doing VCR, what's the difference because I've never tackled this before in hustle show. Well, an investor AVI. See. I'm old school visi, right? When when VC's was formed Silicon Valley was because the geeks were having a hard time getting investments because they're nonconventional. Raise it. So it's really more. Like I invest in you believe in you and I am old school that way invested people, I believe, in, I don't invest in markets. Invest in trans, I don't invest in, you know. Bring. Yeah. Right. I invest in people, so that's kinda my main criteria. And I invest in, in several different ways different stages, there, startups that I can see hey, you just need a little bit more money to go to Marquette's best that way, go to market investment. There's some promising people in the very early stage that I knew one day they're going to be really, really good end right Norse. But sometimes they'll look why don't you just join one of the startups for now they could vantage of other people's money. Yeah. Yeah. As you learn, so I can invest a Spirlea as an individual. But for most part what we're doing is I'm collaborating with large conglomerates, and we're birthing startups, and where composing startup founders that way. And that's kind of a different kind of an investment quite Eddie labs that quite Kickstarter. See, but what we're doing is we're forming joint ventures with glum rats. And I form leadership team essentially founders as well. So that's you know any of those stages, welcome awesome. So in terms of how you manage it is it different with, with angels or more involved? Right. Compared to to traditional VC. Oh, yeah. Like I don't ever do passive investments. So if you wanna take money for me being be ready to be a lot of Winston. Yeah. Yeah. I don't do a lot. I mean, I do if you people I profoundly trust and believe, in is it the same terrific, resilience that you look for its resilience primarily that I look for. And it's also you know someone that has good emission after something big and meaningful. It doesn't have to be billions of dollars. But, you know helping a lot of people's also, but borderline are bringing back, you know, sh- the shoe industry and marine. Our any interesting for me. But yeah, I mean I only invest you know, in in investment areas that I feel like I would do it myself. If this guy wasn't doing it got it. So again, if you're a startup founder, and you feel like you're startup is like that, then Winston is right there, having again Unix Anton is a perfect example, exit. And now is doing it again. And again, we're doing that for most. Raymond. Is also doing that. And he's about to build his own startup. So, wow. And there's a few that we like. And obviously anybody from exist behind any of my companies that have been part of that group that wants to build a startup always my first priority. Absolutely. Keep it within the family. Yeah. Right now. Let's let's throw a couple of curveballs here. Right. Because it's all fun and games. Right. But there are always challenges what was your biggest fuck up ever. I think to me, I don't consider business didn't prosper fog up consider. Investments that, that never materialised, screw up. I think where I really feel bad, and I really cannot carry it for a very long time when I mess up relationships and a lot of it. You know, happens in the life of founder, absolutely, there's going to be inevitable burn bridges along the way. And they're bridges that a lot of bridges that I burn. I wish I did it. I still look to me, you know, I messed up with my guest, you know, I think one mentor, I supreme look up to up until this day of what is done in investment, and technology and help. Is that right, right? I messed it up with. Oh, wow. As an example. No, this and it's really more of kind of, you know, I set the neck speculation and this mentorship daughter way. And so that's not fair to your mentor, right? You ask them to help you. Yeah. Actually do something else underway. Right. And, you know, when I look back in my career, that's the one area which I wish I can take back perhaps been knocking on doors did sorry. What was it like because someone in the previous? Episodes from Kumo Roland. Russ described dad does very down to earth guy. Yeah. Yeah. So don't mess up with that. Yeah. Right. And so that just tells you that you no matter what, you know, you could make mistakes, write realize, it some they'll forgive me. I guess, but, you know, I think that's those are important because like I said, at the end of the day, all humans and important part is, is those relationships are preserved, because at the end of the day, you don't really think about how much money you made and all that stuff. It's just like the French you may recommend that, that you think, you know, at the end of the day of everything that's happened. So my biggest advice is speed very careful about relationships, as I think that's the most important asset. You have an enterpreneur when you mess it up. Takes a while to recover from it. And it's never the same. It's never seem. I don't know. I think some day when you go back. It's like the disappointing. Your mom? Kind of thing, and she'd on your partner, or something like that anything those are those are things that, like I said, I invested in people, right? So I expect to be of the same benchmark when I ask people to invest in me. Absolutely. And so to me when I make a mistake in relationships. It's a big mistake. You know, when you're a up, you're there to make risk to take risks, right? So, you know, risk not coming to fruition that's fair game cracked. So that's kind of that kind of stuff is important. What else I think? Forgetting the people that have supported the along the way. Sometimes, you know, start up is kind of a cycle of, of pride and humility when, when you get funded or knee sell your company. You you've got a lot of pride, right? And when things don't work out. You know, you're humbled quite a bit. And then you go that cycle right? Then how do you stay the you can be proud of through that cycle crane? Right. It's the hardest thing for me. So I stay in check I'm blessed. My wife reminds me of the absolutely no. I'm sure I'm sure your girlfriend soon to be wife. We'll definitely have. Has the most say that 'cause you're having a boardroom conversation. She's chairman. I have not bought is anyway, now last question Winston throughout your whole journey that you've been on. Right. We've always had mentorship that we needed in whatnot for you. What does the best advice? You've every. I think the best advice that I've gotten is. Actually from Intel and there's a group of mentors there that basically said don't ever, be afraid to take risks because I had changed it into I got have gotten comfortable there. Right. And before I joined Intel, I've always like I said, I said, I'm going to go over there to yourself until, in my resume my start up, but I stayed seven years..

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"davidenko" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"davidenko" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Playing the head of the Ku Klux Klan, I really like to star is born a fucking love stars boring. That was good. We're listening to the soundtrack yesterday. I made them listen to it. It's so good. The new Halloween was fucking awesome. I heard that was good. Also, I'm big nerd, I loved the vendors movie. So then Finnigan that was to opinion right now. Don't do this. I'm done. I'm out I'm done with superhero movies on you. I'm out on the DC. It happened at the last vendors. Okay. It was I never even saw it because I could care fucking nice end. It's about rings that control the power in the universe. Like. Yeah. What about like Lord of the rings yet? But the Lord of the rings. Oh, you're you're clocking eighteen movie expanded your hopping on your high horse. Cinematic storytelling of Lord of the rings isn't better than marvel universe. I'll I'll fight you over that. Okay. Well, Oregon is the true king of all right? King of the north the north like most LA north north England is liberal. Yes. Martin the north the north. So it was Manchester United there in the north. Oh. Oh, good. All right. So should we are talking about some games are any music amount? You like I. I I've been on the super old country kick. Okay. Merle a lot of that is junior doesn't it? I've heard of him Willie. I've been heard of him. I've been listening to fogging Adam Jackson Davidenko. So I've been listening to like twangy fucking country. Fucking hick. Yeah. He doesn't look. Look like C minus version of Davison and that guy's already ugly. So I yeah, I looked deep. Yeah. I'm I'm Nate plus me. I really liked music wise, push a t obviously, I've Leary mentioned a pastor. But Daytona that seven track album perfect T are wack. She's from Philly. She released an album knows fifteen songs, and they're all one minute long. So it's a fifty minute album fucking phenomenal. She's grey. I really like Paul Williams surf music that was good turn style. That's a hardcore band came out the good album this year, the kind of remind me of what's it called the beastie, boys. They there's like, I don't know. The really listen in the years, but they came out really good album. Go back. They. Oh, was it. Good. It's really fucking great. It takes you back. Does you guys still married ever Levin? I remember this breaks, my heart. Every time. I hear that. I've I remember I found that out when I was like eighteen understand. Why it hurt me? The way it hurt me way. More. Now it hurts every year like after. Holy shit. Smart brain. Yeah. That was like some twenty eighteen highlights are things we really liked didn't like, what's your least favorite moment of the twenty eighteen year in soccer in soccer, the racism. There was so much racism this year and soccer what the fuck. I I just like I don't understand from monkey chance to bananas being thrown. It's just ridiculous. I think like I always think we're getting better. But like, then I see humanity and give gimme another reason to think like, no, we're not getting better. Like, these keep giving me reason. Like, it's like, you're fucking son. And you keep being you keep going back to rehab. I have to keep sending you. You know, it's just the fucking disease racism is the disease and needs to be fucking. What's it called eliminated that way better too? That in terms of world soccer that really bummed me out. I very disappointed in the award system this year as well..

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"davidenko" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"They all I realize how they do what they all say to me. It's so nice to see you. And I'm I keep house worth we'd never met. And I was like nice to meet you. Speaking of any cons friends. Kelly Ripa is heading to Riverdale as markan swallows his mistress. Quote. It's a family affair a dream. Come true says us magazine, but not me Kelly Ripa took to social media on Tuesday, November six the birthday of esteem morning show host Jackie ashtray to reveal that she'll be joining her husband markan Suelas and send Michael Suelas on the hitch. Riverdale, quote, it's a family affair Hiram mistress Twenty-three years of auditioning for a role. I was born to play coming soon. Two the CW riverdell who's on the show because he's about to play a young higher March. I had to tell you. I saw this. And I thought it was just like a funny caption. I didn't think it was real. Is it real Margaret? It's real. And I thought it was a funny caption to when I was honestly because you wonder why I saw the capture those. That's funny. Good for her because I think she's annoying. And then she was also on one of the moments for Indies top ten of plead the fifth and that she was being so funny. I'm like, maybe she isn't annoying. Maybe she is funny. And then this is actually true. So it's like not that creative. Agreed. And I do whenever I see her. I'm not even if I. Catch her show. I'm always impressed by her and her and her energy so early in the morning much. She's the energizer, but she's a definition of a morning show host like that's what you need to wake you up. I'm not here for this story. Yeah. Like it's too much. It's too much. I didn't really like the young Hiram thing is cute. But it's like you can't be hosted an actress because when then I either don't believe you as an actress. But I don't believe in hope because you know, it's so funny like this is really good ways. Like keep your eye on your man like he already gets to kiss her money. Logic wants this season because they never case. But like a mistress like he would have to roll around with and Kelly Ripa just definitely they want that to happen. So she's like, I can do it. Yeah. I volunteer as tribute. That was Kelly Ripa Mark comes home from a long day. Riverdale. Honey, they wanna give me a mistress. Matt great. We're going to develop my role so much. They are volunteers tribute. That's what happened. That's so crazy about actors like the acting life is like you are making out with people that aren't in your significant other all the time. And it's like how that inherently. That's an issue. I completely agree. How does any relationship with STAN that I could never be a spouse of an actor? I think that would be super difficult. I think if both of the actors our spouses. Both of the spouses are actors that that makes it a little bit easier because he had a level playing field. If it's only one that's like super hard. But like I can't let like if I was an actor and had to make up with like other hot actors like I would be upset about it. No. But then like Ben knew he would he become to set and like literally with his fists Arthur like you're giving us little brassiere action. Oh my goodness. This is this is a family show. Yeah. But they also watch MRs Doubtfire last night because he's playing on three or four months. Just like take you free form for constantly giving us like what we need. And a lot of what we don't need the fosters. But. Family show. Not a show about Davidenko. Not interested foster. No, that's not the show. I know. Okay. Big you made before. So we said like the same joke. Yeah. And I moved on. And I always forget about the part at the end. We're like he gets a TV show like with his voices in the dinosaurs. And then I'm like that is the toast speaking to the youth. Totally. That's why the movie speak sesame, Mr. Rogers. And I'll just tell the field was a big fat fucking bitch. Innova always be. She took his kids away from him. New an end like he wasn't a bad, dad. Not he's not great party. Right. And like when the donkey ate the cake..

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"davidenko" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"All right. It is Halloween. If you are listening to this. It's too late. I'm already back in Ohio State. You're taking the I. It's going to plummet probably at my house right deco getting prepared for our flight. You know, and I'm I'm in the comfort of I'm I made the ringer book me a hotel, even though I have a house in Columbus. Like, I don't wanna get viral. And you don't have your car. Exactly. And I just wanted to end or lift and Columbus two point. I don't I don't know. I have to check that out. It's pretty cool scooters feels like some California. You guys have the birds. Only. It's it's it's it's Halloween. Hey, Kyle nice. Nice Halloween mask. You got on their Kyle mercy is just guys you guys kiss cows not wearing a mask. It's face, sir. Is it good? That's the butters. That's the way shit right there. That's my favorite. That's the one Halloween joke et to every year. And it's with the the seven kids. Yeah. Rogers, Mark Titus Davidenko. Call the FBI podcast how much we talk to get me in trouble Tate. We we do not have time damn it. There's no time. We we we've been doing as I said this is part four of our previous part three. We have tried to make like an hour long. Each of them have been like an hour thirty hour. They've been pretty much to ours. We we don't have time to screw around. We have to get to these teams with that being said, do you have anything you want to say before? In the words, Penny Hardaway my life is a movie in these podcasts are just as long as just tune in. And going to talk about today talking about the tea. That's the tease let's get into it. Let's start with team number twenty five a team coach by man is made on the hot seat. That's my first question to you. We're talking about the Marquette golden eagles. I'm talking about. Whoa. Joe? Is he on the hoc- Tate? No interesting. Really? What's your what's your angle here? I like would you Caskey Marquette? Yeah. And I'm having for Steve. Coach will Jakubowski as we know. Whoa. Joe for the kids kids love. Whoa. Joe? Love love nicknames. That's how they get into it. I like to describe it the way he described it. And he described it as a rubik's cube. Because you know in a world and a world of sports, you know there. There's always the ultimate battle of nerds verse athletes, would you reach that gap. Right. He's right at the pinnacle, you know, between those two so to say that his team is a rubik's cube to say this mission statement at Marquette is a rubik's cube was nice everyone of the team was like what coach what are you talking about? And then he just started doing aerobics you by himself. Marquette is fine as a program. Whoa. Joe's a good face for the program because he went to do he knows coach K. He's got some text messages will show you just get you. Don't believe him. Look coach K text me last year. I'll show it to you. So I think everything's okay, fifth season seventy three and fifty ninety took over pretty crappy team when he came in twenty one and fourteen last year, not nine in the big east about five hundred and they got Marcus Howard, which is really why care about Marquette. Yes. Everyone shooting you bring up. The Roussy reminded me. I'm going to confession. If for those of you who are the type to make fun of people on the internet, please stop please pause the podcast and just fast forward by about thirty seconds because I don't get made fun of for this..

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"davidenko" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It's eighty degrees at the end our harbor, Annapolis. Seventy nine degrees coming up on the news at five thirty Baltimore's mayor to beat this week with board that investigated the death of a Baltimore detective, okay? We got some things to look at right now. Of course, we love the history. And I go back every day on this day in the Justice. Sean does as you guys do and I look at what what happened what's going on in history. What's going on in the past? And some some pretty interesting stuff on this day in one thousand nine hundred one president McKinley shot twice by an anarchist. And he lived a week before succumbing to gangrene. They didn't see it also on this date of modern warfare changed in one thousand nine hundred fifteen is the little Willie rolled off the assembly line in England the first battle tank, and it was kind of a not really a success because they couldn't figure out how to get it moving very quickly, and Chuck you had a little Willie didn't you? Yeah. Yeah. I was actually born with that. With a little Willie. For little Willie. Yes. The mold. Became joe. So well GI Joe doesn't even have a little will move. Barbie never looked at that part of it. And I did. Yeah. We did. Yeah. Yeah. We put the action wardrobe on him, and he had the he had the beard hair of any other. He thought it was fabulous. And on the state nine hundred ninety seven two point five billion. People watched the funeral for Princess, Diana. But. We got another moment in history on this date. Nineteen ninety-five Cal Ripken played the twenty one thirty one two thousand one hundred and thirty first consecutive ballgame. Breaking Gehrig's record you. Remember that one while you want? Yeah. Wasn't there at the game? But I watched it on TV was huge that round of applause. I think was a record setter. I think it went on for like nine minutes of standing did a walk around the stadium shook hands with just about everybody could have run for president you talking about run. All right. Let's do the birthday game here. Let's see on the states some pretty famous birthdays. But guess guess who is wait a minute. This is yesterday. What am I doing with yesterday's birthday? Got it. Here. Don't have faith in me. I'm looking at going Raca while she's having a birthday was yesterday. Yeah. She she has parts of her that we talked about. I know there's one guy that has birthday today. All right. One of my favorite singers house. You you know, this guy David Allen co. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No, you wouldn't admit I like my life, David L up against the wall redneck mother. Yeah. Person that redneck Muffin. Yes. Redneck Muffin mother kidding. What was the the the need? No. He didn't do the was drunk the night. I went my mama went to prison. What? AM country day that David Allen go. He wrote it and Steve Goodman fixed. It. Yeah. Because he wrote the final verse. I lost my birthday. Let's. Make it up. Chuck does that all the Trump. Does. He really. Thanks. How we get the traffic around here. Of course, you can only be fifty percent wrong. I've said that before the people who are sitting there say, he's an idiot. There's nothing here and the people who aren't there go. Wow. That's really a bad problem. And what do they pay? Speaking of being fifty percent wrong. Why is it? The always paid these weather guys so much money. When they're only fifty percent, right that active. God is what they used to say nothing. They can do about it. And you know in your insurance acts of God are able to be discounted. So if you have something that happens in your insurance policy, and if you read the fine print your insurance policy, I believe it says if you if they can trace your lineage back to either Adam or eve they can deny the claim I'm just saying so that's the history. Well, so we have David Allen coach today, Mitzi Gaynor. I think is having a birthday today. And I had one more for you. And I'm sorry. But who do you think is older Mitzi Gaynor Davidenko was? I know about David Allen code because I read it early this morning. So I'll tell you David Allen COE MSCI you we're going to the traffic is he's fifty percent right on traffic. But one hundred percent right today on this. Absolutely, correct. So I would like to have a disclaimer by the way to that that I'm fifty percent, right? So please let people know you're kidding. I am kidding. I'm sorry. I checked the last thing I wanna do Pugh your credibility. Long along list of last. Show too long to have credibility. What are you talking about guilt by association? Mr. that's what I'm saying. It's your problem. I will I will straighten the ship out and get I'll find my papers this giant stack of papers. I can't find the stuff. I know that Chuck actually gets home on time each and every morning with his own personal traffic report. Yeah. You pay extra for that house? Of course, he does. Of course, you. All right. We'll tell you how you can get the personalized Ha's like traffic for shock a little bit later. Mike. I take it out in trade with him. I I don't wanna know. This is now now it's an HR problem. It sounds like, but if Tomlin's listening it's out give him equal time. Okay. We'll get equal time for Tom. Tom shares Joe with me. So there you go. I'm trying to get to pay the bills here brother helped me out. Talkradio six eighty WCBS off the rails already mica palca in for Sean. But everybody else is here beat me up. A few years ago. I started noticing how quick my legs got tired sore and heavy failing. I'm over forty. So I figured par for the course. Right. But.

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"davidenko" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"They didn't rages main Davidenko Turney for the victim says, suing the men and women who were either shot or lost loved ones as about as un-american as it gets David will. Thank you next tonight. Here the investigation into that deadly, shoot out that ended at a Los Angeles trader Joe's police are now searching for video and for witnesses tonight the supermarket was the final scene of a rampage that began as a family dispute a suspect, taking hostages, trading gunshots with police people escaping for their lives. We lost some of them climbed from windows twenty-eight-year-old. Gene Atkins turned himself in after three hours, but the store manager had already been killed in all of it from Texas. Tonight. There is new surveillance just released this evening in the search for the killer of a well known doctor in Houston who used to treat former president. George H W Bush police now releasing a sketch of the suspect and here's ABC's Clayton Sandell tonight. Tonight, an urgent search for clues Houston, police say they're poring over hundreds of hours of surveillance video hunting for any leads in the mysterious murder of a prominent. Cardiologists. These grainy images show. Dr Mark, how's connect in green riding his bike to work just before nine AM Friday morning, broad daylight, a busy intersection. The suspect in red riding just behind the suspect drove past the doctor tired and fight to shots. The doctor made it went down moments later, the gunman fleas on a mountain bike police, releasing this sketch, the suspect described as a white or Hispanic man in his thirties. I just would not associated this place. With any sort of crime such a heinous house can. It was sixty five. His patients included the former president, George H W Bush who said, I will always be grateful for his exceptional compassionate care. And right now police say they do not know who the suspect is and they do not have a motive. David, Clayton, thank you to developing headline involving President Trump's former longtime fixer, personal attorney, Michael Cohen tonight it was Friday night here. We reported Cohen recorded then candidate Donald Trump and a conversation Cohen had with him involving money, the owner of the National Enquirer and that former playboy model who says she had an affair with Trump. Well, tonight we have now learned of eleven more audio. Recordings seized in those f. b. i. raids, they've now been released a federal prosecutor sources, tell ABC news tonight that it appears that none of those eleven recordings involve president and a delay for the first trial to be brought by the special counsel. The judge moving today, the Virginia trial of former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort from this week to next Tuesday. Now and allowing the prosecutor to call five witnesses who will testify under a grant of immunity Manafort faces charges of money laundering. And fraud, there is still much more ahead on this busy edition of world news tonight. Monday the.

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"davidenko" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Earth she's helping heading buck is charged she's helping us he don't know foster she don't know pasa calmly anyone v v are not brought together struggling we are not a neighbor of sisters oberlin but the holy spirit bring us together so many times before not once a day in the holy spirit has compilers has joins us to be together and heading buckets on these are thoughts getting days reforest before v going to these stra befall ven to be saturday did as that of jesus christ people are forcing our every day our men and women of forcing can't for jesus cries to be a wonderful people head in pakistan viteri for the holy spirit who save fit who has dissolved saved us are fit that are many from but the holy spirit never alone he always albus he on davidenko us giving us this trend to speak up he owned his given us this trend to stand for the word of god and i must say let me about your spirit as god has sean his love to his his son that he has so much for the word that he has given his own son that shall be fifteen jesus guys never be died and jesus has abundance of life he has many many many homes for us those who think that after the dead that is going to be saved we are nowhere to go the dose who are disappointed today those who have many problem in their live dogs who have many difficulties in their life have this card has this follow to change your life gone has this fellow to bring once again to rejoice in god once again in straw d bhalla in yourself once again he installed the once again he can has the big wonder stirred of this follow through the store is your happiness in your home runs.

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"davidenko" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"So speaking natural would you guys are dentist i would have come down just a hang out all do you had your party but also i could've come down friday night should of fog early bums now anyway uh but his greatness doesn't take the nine off their anez let's keep gone soaks up to keep gone r are yeah he's a he's a camel steal his grow right now davidenko companies gotta dick on on these pretty funny he's got a hand models zulehner but he's got a dick i have that same coat with us is dick goes on for days don't know much get her their she's gorgeous kitchen affair with a look at our waco backdoor whoever's i go back first bill clinton i got a story about that yeah look at her looking are for second just take that in for a second was story bro i'm just looking at least pence them because it's a free country it's a free country that is because it's a precondition other dudes in the room free country uh oh the marion to go don't don't you want the male off my mailbox drop it round back as we hear beyond the closeddoor when bray drop all packages around the backdrop it round back mailman yeah you know that she went down you know that she went on kabul i bet he has a bit bill clinton has the best dick game you've ever seen i've read stories about him by his by the sheriff's deputies that would escort him to hotel rooms to have sex with you know his girls aside pieces and no judgment on that and he would eat they said they said he had such enormous homicides first of all the guy literally only needs about four hours of sleep a night tom chance with when he would eat and apple they said you'd watch him even apple sexy and he would eat an apple and he deep the the core and the seeds and stella ceyrac it just didn't yeah he was like he just ate at all after you up poor how to handle is gonna couve coupes and who's just yeah hook up with all the everybody said that mother fokker's intellect had a formidable ian for like a uh brilliant by brilliant and now for male beyond i admired a formidable producer on my show day goodwin said he was at this the and you know he's been tv so.

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"davidenko" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"City sports scene has ever seen and probably ever woolsey johnson of florida thanks a hitting me up a triple eight eight years be unjustified say about kobe's legacy on friday and fits or credit card report more pleasure big pay engulf the regular so um and why i just wanna to say kobe bryant medicine laser how we do here with receptor like m one one image we have the number eight the young stuck com it straight out of high school established that look in the crowd and talk to the crowd and then you have you know the second half of his career when came came in twenty four know how sitting in almost a more mature player of playing that was willing to make others around him that a player that key in it kind of spoke on a today's press conference when he said that you know he's to it's it's part of his legacy is about what he does to reflect on other feed wouldn't it and it's actually was muslim boys that his so i just wanted to weigh on a wait on that respect to the kobe ones that goes about of this generation that was a pleasure to watch we play one thank you so much lot like barry bonds from the standpoint plenty of guys that barry bonds played with always todd that what a great teammate he was never mind the fact that so many people for the exact opposite when it came the barry bonds and just like kobe bryant bribe bosnian give him if you were in a part of that circle if you didn't like him that was on you dude that was on you man that was not on him kobe was the same way but yet look at all the hall of fame the show tonight a guy that he had a runin with and shaquille o'neal couldn't wait to be there bill russell he was there dr jay he was there plenty of those greats other greats and when i have more j spirit an undefeated on he's a guy to play pick up with kobe felt the need to be there i had heard of chris men's name naming a lot he's there tonight slab of davidenko he's there tonight that says a.

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"davidenko" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Welcome back this is the 20minute abc with me harry stabbings and you can find me on snapchat at h dubbing would to be used or lance get a personal response remain an exciting news if you did not listen to our absolute recliner perkins being gordon on monday that really is a must by the way then you will not have heard that the 20minute vc now has a fantastic app essentially is your centralized home but we'll things 20minute bc so you can easily tag episodes and go back to them later days easily find him by resources mentioned in the show a most important me for me to continue improving the content you can race episodes and provide feedback a huge science to jason humphreys for all his work to make the apples brilliant as the days and you can find it on the app store by searching twenty b c plus to'serve e c i'd love to hear what you think however to the show today i'm one of my many joys of this role is shining a light on some of the incredible individuals who maybe do not have the public attention of others but of course ecosystems and that's very much the case today and i'm thrilled to welcome david waxman founding partner ten one 10 ventures one of the leading new venture funds in the right using tide of la tack that portfolio companies have been at exit from the likes of facebook google amazon cisco airbnb and include companies like ecommerce pioneer and unicorn wished and the walls leading aspe services platform adam up as for david price tam one ten key enjoyed incredible success in operation starting with the founding of his first company firefly in 1995 an early pinay in personalization amd previously technology which he sold to microsoft in 1998 davidenko founded people pc company dedicated to simplifying the process of joining the online world the company went public in two thousand one and was acquired by earthlink in two thousand and to.

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"davidenko" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on KTRH

"You still agree with that on this day and night tino seven the us army signal corps established an aeronautical division the forerunner of what would become the united states air force on this day in nineteen and thirty six the olympics opened in berlin with a ceremony presided over by adolf hitler and dominated by jesse owens a black feller and that pissed hitler off real nice nineteen eighty one the rock music video channel mtv made its debut on this day in 1992 brooks and dunn dhs boots guten boogie begins a four a week residents at number one on the billboard country singles chart one of the most awful songs to ever be a non district come on my name it did this not dagger uh he breaking heart has a certain charm to it like acheived brayqih heart the charm of aq brayqih heart is that the charm of aggie brayqih heart is that you don't know of villaret's in on the joker non you don't know if this is the concept song is like the macarena you know like it does he understand this is this is goofy minute pace the bills and all is is is this is this just to joe or you know you hear that of artists that there's a song that that is like a davidenko never wanted to do you never even call me by my name anymore you got tired of they won't if you call it out he walks i'll stage um but there are artists who do you know kind of silly things are concept things or whatever and and they're big for a moment in and they never want anything to do with that again in their lives i suspect bosom buddies is that way for tom hanks he just wants you to forget that he was in bosom buddies what was the one he was in with daryl hannah a mermaid or or what was that you remember what the can't splash yeah he probably like you to forget you know that but muslim buddies has to be the the low for him whereas i think that billy ray in in his mind feels like yay break your heart that was the man's who y'all will hear that i'll play for you ride now all right you want to hear the first thirty videos on mtv the you know that the first was video killed the.

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"davidenko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"davidenko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Depends a lot on which numbers you focus on in which consumers you're talking about so what are the things the cbo does find is that premiums in the individual market would go down significantly under the spell on i think it's a by about thirty percent or so but part of that would be the result of insurance covering fewer benefits and a lot of sick people dropping out of the marketplace particularly lot of older americans dropping out of the individual market place because they can no longer afford coverage of the congressional budget office also estimates that yes premiums would be lower but out of pocket spending things like deductibles and coinsurance and payment those would be significantly higher fire so you know it depends on you know which way you want to look at this and we hear a lot of republicans talking about the lower premiums at sea bureau's projecting but it looks like overall when you take this you know we in totality that the republican bill the senate bell is one that asks low income americans to spend more out of pocket on their own health insurance sarah cliff is senior policy correspondent for box after a break shall talk about the secretive process used to draft the senate bill and what happens if it doesn't pass and davidenko seen reviews edgar rights new film baby driver on dave davies and this is fresh air mm oh the oh the new bauer family foundation supports why wise fresh air and its commitment to sharing ideas and encouraging meaningful conversation support for npr comes from this station and.

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