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"Would you like to get paid to listen to this podcast grab the fountain app for free and get all our badness But earn some sweet Satoshi's download for free now at fountain FM Imagine paying only four percent taxes to the government for your business income and now imagine paying zero Capital gains taxes for all of your crypto gains. Well, I don't imagine it. I'd live it Legally, sir. Lord Travis is super busy today so you've got me and my guest Davin Michaels here to discuss how the tax situation that I mentioned is real life and How you can surround yourself with high performers that may help set you up for a very profitable Future by joining us on the high seas. Yarr sound exciting Ahoy, matey come along with us on this ride for episode number 693 of the bad crypto podcast Welcome to the bad crypto podcast Sir Lord Joel come here with you Travis Is getting ready to do some globe trotting and he's got a lot of stuff to do. He's very busy right now And so I'm rolling solo today, but not truly because I've got a guest with me he's an old friend and We're just gonna jump right into the interview because there's two things that I want you to walk away with as you listen number one how to pay less Taxes legally and not just crypto taxes, but any type of gains taxes on your stock portfolio taxes on your precious metals gains crypto and more and I want to invite you to come along with us on a vacation on the high seas. You're gonna love this Let's listen in As You know Sir Lord Travis and myself have been living in Puerto Rico now for over two years It's it's been really interesting met a ton of incredible people, but one of the gentlemen who is Responsible for me being here is an old friend. His name is Davin Michaels Davin's an entrepreneur he's a crypto guy and He was on episode number 382 of this podcast a little more than three years ago But you might not know it because he was on the same show as dr. Ron Paul Dr. Paul, of course was the headliner and then there was like oh also Davin and I wanted to give him the spotlight today because we've got a lot of really interesting things to talk about Davin Michaels welcome back to the Republic of bad cryptopia, sir Mr. Joel calm my dear friend of almost 15 years. It's great to be here with you Mika No, I think it might be longer than that. I think it might be too if we had met around 2007 it's it's 16 years. Yeah. Yeah, we just taken it your way for me. I'm sorry about that We just celebrated the 15th year of one to three employee. I was shooting a commemorative video for our employees So that's 15 years there Wow And for those of you watching the video version on YouTube rumble or Odyssey that is a real background Davin lives really a big stones throw away from me right on the harbor here in Palma still Mar and It's a beautiful day. It's a hot day But you know, what's mind -boggling to me is here We are closer than the rest of the states to the equator and they've been having a worse heat wave Then we've been having yeah, not too bad here. Not too bad. Nice breeze Beautiful paradise all year long. Yeah So for those of you that really want to go deep on the Puerto Rico connection and the tax benefits I recommend you go back to the episode. We recorded three years ago. It's bad co dot in 382 we'll have that in the show notes for this particular episode as well But I want to touch on it Devon before we get into some other things today Including we're gonna be talking about so you guys want to stay tuned for this an interesting opportunity To go on a cruise with us in April. That's a little teaser for you let's let's start out with the overarching benefits of why Americans are moving to Puerto Rico Yeah, absolutely so Puerto Rico is a territory and if you are a u .s Citizen and you jump through the legal hoops and you make Puerto Rico your legal home In other words, you live here at least half the year then you essentially pay almost no tax So we pay four percent federal income tax We pay zero percent capital gains We pay zero percent in dividends and it is truly a game -changer a dear friend of both yours and mine and neighbor of So many years John Lee Dumas who is an unbelievably successful podcaster JLD always says I work 4 % of the year for the federal government and 96 % of the rest of the year for myself. He said he works the first couple of weeks of the year for the government then that's it and That's that's a big game -changer. So we lived in LA where we were paying I don't know between You know corporate and federal and state and I think I was paying about 63 % in taxes and it was just absolutely ridiculous And so we first moved to Vegas got rid of the state tax and then eventually moved here and got rid of most of it But there's so many more benefits, too So for example, one of the greatest benefits is is deal flow and you were talking about that a few minutes ago The amazing people you meet here because you got to be a mover and shaker to do this You know, you you have a tax situation, right? You need to save money. You're doing well in addition to that To pick up and move to a territory You have to be a pioneer which you are such a pioneer and you you and I both have that pioneering spirit as does Everybody over here. And then what happens is you have to spend at least a half a year in paradise. It just sucks Right. I mean look at this. It's just so hard, you know, so it's gorgeous here all year long There's great food great people and the actual people who live in Puerto Rico actual Puerto Ricans Are some of the loveliest people in in the world. They will just give the shirt off their back for you They are so nice. So wonderful and I'll give you an example You just walk down the street and people are saying good day to you. Good day. Good day Good day. Well, we leave we travel and and people aren't speaking to us like saying like greeting us on the street We're like gosh, you know you get used to this, right and then we greet people and they look at us like we're crazy But there's also a lot more benefits than just tax benefits. So so the way all this works is Puerto Rico is a territory. They have their own tax authority and it's not the IRS It's hacienda. And so if you're a bona fide resident of Puerto Rico, that's who you're paying your taxes to you're letting the IRS Know what you're up to but you're paying hacienda And there's all these other programs that are available to they used to be a whole bunch of different acts They've now put them under an umbrella called act 60 when Joel and I got into this It was called act 2022 and we were just two of those acts but now act 60 brings them all together and Just to give you some examples of some of these acts I have a car that is a plug -in hybrid It only gets 19 miles on a charge. Okay, it's just it's just a token thing But because it has a plug I was able to import it here tax -free and save 30 % in taxes There's an entertainment tax here. My cousin Danny was just here shooting a Pilot for Amazon. She got a 40 % tax break of which you can you know cash in that tax break at 97 and 19 to 99 cents on the dollar so it's essentially cash back There is a hospitality credit if you have like an Airbnb that has at least I think it's seven or eight beds and baths You get 40 % back over four years Many of you who might live in the u .s. Might be familiar with Opportunity zones where you get amazing tax benefits Well, 98 % of this entire island is an opportunity zone and this list just goes on and on I learn about all these new incentives all every day and I don't know all of them But in a few minutes, we're gonna talk about one way that I'm gonna both you and I are gonna learn all about them And by the way, Joel My guess is you don't know about all of them either. No, I don't I know, you know act 60 That's that's what I'm here on and it's you know, what you say is so true I came for the tax breaks. Yeah, and I did have friends already. I knew you and I knew JLT and Had visited in fact I think that we you're recording the last time you were on the show was when I first visited you In February 2020 the episode came out the the following month and we were going to move Yeah that May and then kovat hit and everything became more complicated and we put it off for another year But I'm really glad that I pulled the trigger when I did I came for the tax breaks But I'm staying for the community I have never in my life and I'm approaching 60 ever nor in a community like this of high performers of creative people of good hearted people and you have everything in where we live in Palma del Mar from Thousandaires to billionaires and from hanging out with people you wouldn't know the difference of who you're hanging out with Because it seems like the egos are largely checked at the gate and people were all here kind of for the same reasons Yeah, it's a yeah for sure. Sorry to interrupt. It's but yeah, it's like kind of a flip -flop and t -shirt community, right? So how are you gonna be flexing? You know what I mean? So it's nice. It's nice people do check their egos at the door I think for the most part there's all of these Groups that were in and signal and what's happened. There's always something going on You know, I've become a pickleball enthusiast since I've moved here. Erin is a big golf Enthusiast and you know, we we live on the golf course So holes five and six of the palms course are right behind our condo And the beach is right outside the door. And so it's just there's always something to do We're going somewhere tonight. Are you are you joining us tonight? What's going on tonight? I don't know Okay Yeah, check check with your social director. I'll check with mine. Yeah, but Like you said I've never experienced anything like it except on like television, right? These little you know, these TV shows that take place in this little small town Everybody knows each other and they're all like best homies, but I've never experienced in real life until moving to Puerto Rico I think part of it is you know when you're in the city like we came from Denver To somebody's orchestrate calendar with yours in multiple couples calendars to get together. It's a big deal It's an event here. There's so many people and so many friendly people that it's like hey, what are you doing for dinner tonight? Hey, we're having you know karaoke at our place this weekend we're going to the beach club on Sunday and and people just continue to get together to the point where We have now had to since we've been here vacations with Groups people of from here So we basically just pack up Puerto Rico and we put it on a cruise ship and take it on the road and we'll talk A little bit more about that here soon. By the way, are you going to Rustin's a rip your float party tomorrow? Yes, I am But we have another party simultaneously, so we're gonna be jumping back and forth So Let's you know, we kind of hit on the governmental programs the things that are available here And we'll try and find a website for you guys that has all of the different acts so that you can take a look at Those let's talk a little bit about some of the the services on the island and the things that people are working on Yeah, so what's interesting is well, okay. So let me start with my own personal experience. So I always I Felt that when we came here we were gonna approach this as we are a guest in this Territory and and so I don't you know, try to push my opinions or agenda on anybody and My goal was to make this place a better place than when I got here Right to make a difference and make an impact and I like I kind of an impact jump junkie so I really like that and a lot of people are doing the same thing here and You know, you could you could actually come here and say I'm not gonna do any of that I don't want to have any impact I'm just gonna do my time and so on and so forth and you would still impact the economy because you'd hire a ton of people to help you with a bunch of different stuff and you put a lot of money into the economy and so I'm involved in a lot of projects here One of my favorites is I am a member of PMPR partnership for modern Puerto Rico which is the think tank that was created by Alberto backo who's the former secretary of commerce to Puerto Rico and He actually if you came in on our program act of 2022 several years ago He would have signed the decree because it was he and his regime if you will that that that ushered in act 2022 And it has had such a huge impact on the on this island So many things are happening I'll give you an example in this enclave that we all live in There has not been new development here in two decades in 20 years because it was overbuilt in the heyday prior to 2008 Now there's new construction here And people are benefiting one of the things that is included in the act 60 program not in my decree But in the current decree is that you have to buy a property within two years You can come here you can rent a place.
"davin" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"I'm so as Ted Lee, you're listening to one a so Lolita has been free to use so far, but earlier this month, OpenAI, which is a different similar but different brand announced a premium membership subscription that cuts going to cost about $20 a month. I wonder if you have concerns about equity issues when it comes to the expansion of AI in the classroom. Yeah, certainly. And we want, you know, just to kind of build them a PSA that we want all students to be part of building that future. We want students who go to school to be prepared to not only graduate school. High school and college, but solve the problems that haven't yet been discovered. And I think moving to a subscription model, sort of predictable, you know? But we also know with varying results. Other companies are working on other organizations are working on their own chat chat bots and AI tools. So I'm hopeful that as more people get involved and feel invested. And I think that to me is even as there's been so much fear. The fact that so many people are engaged is a hopeful sign to me. And I think we have a chance to do a few things as people using these tools. And one is, I think, to be part of the conversation around things like how are how are these, yes, we have chat bot detectors that's great to hear that that's being built. But some people have said, you know, should we be citing AI generated text? Should we be referencing it or naming it in some way? So it becomes normalized and not sensationalized. I think it gives us a way to really open up the conversation even more about media literacy and critical literacy that scholars and teachers have been doing for a long time. I think the two other points I wanted to make about this because I think we want more people to use these tools because we want to demystify them. And we want the tools to be more responsible. The makers of these tools. And that is to continue the teaching and learning relationships that I think all of your guests have talked about really addressing those because that also can feed or diminish equity and access to education opportunities. And the last thing is we want and I think I say we as an education community but also as an educated community, we want people to ask better questions. We want students to really dive into their inquiries. We want teachers to deepen their inquiries and I think only good things can come from people asking better questions more questions. And I think that's what both from an ethical perspective in terms of who has access, but also from how we use these tools, that's what's going to help us, I think, shape and agitate in productive ways. Yeah. You know, I wonder PL because it perhaps the solution is using the Sal Khan method Sal Khan of the Khan Academy where you do the lectures at home and do the homework in class. Jeff emails us, maybe English teacher should have all essays done in class I have long hated the idea of assigned homework. It's not necessary. Do you think something like chat GPT is going to reopen that long-standing debate about homework? Oh, absolutely. I think that it will definitely sort of explode our notions of what is the best use of time in class and what is the best use of learning time outside of class. So I think to go back to what Daniel said earlier, something that I have been seeing teachers experiment more with is just switching up that format of multi modal learning is the better use of time and class writing or demonstrating learning in other ways outside of writing, having a dialog drawing you picture about something that they've been reading in class, so I definitely think there's room for more creativity there. We have only about 30 seconds left, but I wondered, do you expect reporters and journalists to start using chat GPT to write up their stories when they're on deadline? Don't tell my editor any of this. No, but I'm joking. I didn't say you. I just said people. I think that that's something that every newsroom will have to navigate on the road where starting out conversations at wired about it, but that's I think that remains to be seen and will be developed newsroom by newsroom. Interesting. That is a PSR, senior digital producer with wired and lalita vaso davin, is a Professor of technology and education at Columbia University's teacher college. She is also the college's vice dean for digital innovation. Thank you so much for joining us today. Norma tweets, I'm the founding director of Hispanics for stem and association of parents dedicated to the promotion of stem and computer science among Hispanic students in Northern Virginia. I'm recommending the use of chat GPT to learn English. We continue this series know it all one a and wired's guide to AI tomorrow, with a conversation about artificial intelligence
"davin" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"At Columbia University's teacher college and we're hearing from you J emails at the university where I work students are asking whether using AI like chat GPT counts as plagiarism, while using AI to do your work for you may be useful in the professional world we need students to write their own papers so they can understand the concepts they need to learn. How do we ensure that AI is being used honestly, lily to do you have a response to Jay's question? I think it's a really valid one. And again, I want to echo a couple of points that PMA in response, and that is truly about how hard teachers work and the level of exhaustion that is prevalent across teachers right now. They've been going sort of nonstop in continually volatile conditions for a few years. And I think the question about plagiarism versus what is this thing? Is Chad GBT and author? Is it a sounding board? Is it an editor? Is it a conversation partner? I think one way to answer that question, I would say, would be to invite teachers into that conversation and students into that conversation. You can easily Google phrases and it'll show you where they appear. Universities and colleges have been using, turn it in for a number of years to address this very thing. But I would err on the side of two points. One is the question around cheating and chat GPT is the tip of the iceberg in terms of what we could potentially see as the value of such a tool for learning. And so chat to cheating obscures the real set of questions that I think we want to move towards. And but that doesn't negate the concerns that teachers have. And then the second question, second point I would just say, really echoes something pia said, and that is, and I'll put a little bit of a spin on it. Not only does it call into question what kinds of assignments, what are we asking students to perform and producing schools, but how are we supporting teachers to ask different types of questions? Interesting. We are talking about AI and chat GPT and we're speaking with lalita Vasa davin.
"davin" Discussed on College Admissions Decoded
"So, you know, I think that's going to be an important component of his search and making that final decision. Nice. And he actually listened to you more power to him, kids. College counselors and admissions officers as your parents. Is this their job? You might not listen to anything else, but this might be that one time. I'm also going to echo something that davin said there. I like that safe discomfort idea. I used to tell my students when I was in high school sides, you should be 80% comfortable in 20% uncomfortable in your college choice because in that uncomfortable space, that's when you actually learn the most. So I love what you said there, Daven. I'm going to set the scene kind of like Beth just did for us. So we're in April. I'm a high school senior. I have some decisions in front of me. What should I be doing right now in relation to final decision making? All right, well, I'll jump in first and just say that I think a lot of what I was just saying that I'm doing with my son is a good way. We are really considering the finance side of things. And so when he's making his decision, one big component is, or has been, what is the price of each of the schools where he's been admitted? And we've already discussed what a reasonable price is for his dad and I to cover, made a little more complicated because we are divorced, so we have some agreements in place on that piece. So we've already, before he applied, he decided how far away from home he felt comfortable going. And so that is not really part of our process, but I do think for some students, I think Daven, when you said that you're going to change a lot in the next four years, I also think students are changing constantly, right?.
Browns vs Chargers: Final Injury Report Full of Concerns for Cleveland
"We're still looking at Wednesday's injury report, but for the Chargers, everybody's getting a little practice, and there's no D and ds. Anybody that's not practicing is on IR. Right. Those are the only guys that are not practicing, but knock on wood doesn't this feel weird? It feels good. It feels really weird because when you look at the Cleveland Browns, there's a slew of dudes of DNP. There's a lot. There is a lot of 15 or 17 something crazy. There's a lot of people on this list. Yeah, in years past, this would be flipped. We would be the one with the scroll of players that are not practicing and the other team had like a handful. Not this year, folks this year, we've only got one two and three, four, 5, 6. People on the list and everybody's practicing. Yeah, three of them are limited, but they only guide on their list that's like come on dude is Chris Harris. You know, like, you asked the point or else they would have put them on IR. He had to be so close to being able to play. He has to be back this week. Coach coach talked about him last during his most recent press conference and he said that, you know, he practiced in pads last week. There are really wanting these guys to get healthy and stay healthy. Right. It feels like he's probably going to play this week. He got in limited, but, you know, Justin Jackson Derwin and Chris Harris are limited. So everyone else is full. So that's pretty crazy. Yeah. And yeah, and it's crazy because the browns have an extra day rest too, 'cause they put Sunday, we play Monday. Their list is huge, man. It's crazy because a lot of these are like, they're just not practicing. Coach is just like not injury related. They're just resting. Two of the guys. Run them up. Run them off. Run them off, dog. Let's see. So we've got Odell Beckham junior. He's practicing in full davin Clowney. He's he didn't practice, which is, I mean, that's a big name. Wow. Garrett didn't practice Troy hill, Malik Jackson. There's a lot of guys on this list that starters that didn't
"davin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At the 9 11 Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, a solemn ceremony remembering those on United Flight 93 near the site where it crashed after 40 passengers and crew attempted to take back the plane from hijackers. Bush telling the families of the loss. We learned that bravery is more common than we imagined. Emerging was sudden splendor in the face of death at the 9 11 Memorial in New York City. Jeffrey Brian Gardner Thomas, a gardener, family members participating in the reading of the names of those lost in the attack. Three U. S presidents in attendance, including President Biden. And remembrance ceremony today at the Pentagon, where 184 victims, including 125, Pentagon employees and 59, passengers and crew of the hijacked jet were killed. Continuing coverage Remembering 9 11. I'm Dave Packer ABC news and you meant you Excuse me. And you heard Danny Davin the crew there mentioning before that update about the Wisconsin 9 11 Memorial and key Waske. Um there is an event taking place there right now. Had started around 10 this morning. There will also be an event in the Dear District starting at noon today with the display, which will be available until eight tonight in other news is suspect has been arrested after a bank robbery and were seen officers were called to the North Shore Bank location on North Main Street near Saxony Drive for report of a robbery just after nine yesterday morning. The suspect fled on foot and was eventually caught and taken into custody by Caledonia and Racine. Officers. The 20 year old self Milwaukee man was arrested for robbery of a financial institution wtmj paella wi dot com Time saver traffic,.
"davin" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Yeah maybe the quick run-up hadn't happened. I mean even for a place. it's militantly. Don't tell me what not to do as we are around here. I think it's still spooked enough people. Yeah yeah for sure. I would agree with that. Fact spoke to a gentleman at davin and it was just ian someone else and you know they. They were a week prior to. They weren't going. And then right. I got the i got the call that they were going to set up a booth and everything so it was hit miss. Probably because of that. So tim we were talking before the show. For when we do this the wildcatters they take like a screen shot and they kind of smush it together. They shrink each of us for the recording. That's right so you guys need to get real close together so that they can do a quick screen. Shot ready. I figure it out the figured out. Maybe they'll do four. I wanna talk. What is this. I see the gusher behind you here. So what does that behind you guys going on there so we have our own bar in office blowout preventer. This is the logo of the bar. Preventer so we work with a lot of federal agencies right so they can be frustrating stats. That's that's well branded. That is nice can we. We should get that on a hat. Yeah that would be cool. Well let me get yes to your clients whiskey or something like that for the holidays there. You go yeah. So i guess bef- before we jump one of the questions. We always like to ask people and maybe you saw this and sort of prep was. Can you think of a time where you were part of a really embarrassing or silly presentation. I in a meeting like timothy. Sorta start at this podcast based on him. Seeing somebody trip very slowly over a computer cord in a meeting and be sitting down on a chair like my feet flying up in the air. When i'm gonna be hp belic important setting such just curious if you guys have anything that you actually based on this yesterday..
"davin" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"David funk at the ampere open air definitely one of my standout says i've seen on the website said Devise backman say the virus back. That's maybe one of the better cars. I've seen Playing someone played for a on a room usually a little bit dow and a little bit you know reserved and in themselves but it looks like everyone's really happy to be out Be able to touch faces touch elbows arm shoulders and toes. And they're having a whale of davin away all of a toy so let's jump right on into this business technical thing that i was mentioning teasing about boy to room two. I probably would be the only person that probably doesn't agree with but this is basically start from this. This is Yes this is this is. This is the one that started all of this. Is the business page aka business. Who are basically at the forefront of you know of the scene of the movement kind of revealing and exposing some of the more affluent. Dj's out there who are playing these somewhat play graves around the place at the beginning of the at the of the pandemic that really makes sense. We're gonna make you scratch their heads. I think widening the crevice going to play this random somewhere in the desert. People are dancing inside who lives when she gets paid like for. Grandpa said to a real place. It's like you need the money. I mean it's not your for the money so people understand again. You know wants to poke anything but it just seemed to be strange. So they'll do some great work. In that regard. I think the going on and on about play grades nowadays. She's a bit redundant in my opinion I think he should just move on ready for the what for the most part. I think the people that wanted to pay will go these digest. That one to the dealers. I want to play. We'll go regardless if they get shane. Because you get money today. No one's gonna turned on paycheck because somebody said something means on twitter and instagram. As just no sensible to think about to think about the world like that people that go to pray raves. also don't care and probably don't even know what business techno even means so just going to go because it will have a great time and for the most plight doesn't affect anybody does basi complaining about people that are that are living in those towns in those countries are worried about keeping their family safe than what some rich people were doing and some airbnb in the mount in some way. They don't give a fuck. Or i'd imagine it probably have bigger things to worry about side. Do think it's a little bit of a virtue signal you think that people are doing to kind of make everybody aware what's going on makes people know that they are arrested history quote unquote just gets a little bit done. I think people should move on if anything it should be. It would be nice to get to a place where you know. Maybe some of the people that were playing these matt events where they left a trail of bodies and flipping. You know sky. High numbers could maybe some repercussions but there is. There has been any repercussions most of the people that play those events up game a books and busy still in clubs around the world so no repercussions from the industry is basically come into it. So what would you want us. Know pundits ado. Germany at the scene doesn't care. Why should we as customers. Can we do because no one has to keep getting booked. In places people keep attending their things or just move on so it looks like the sunday is towards a brisbane adviser thing and wetering thing. There isn't visiting. I get because..
"davin" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast
"Say about his win it. I've been said the winning the nets the bucks a win win the whole finals Even when at that the hawks will be the bucks at that the winner to east was still win it off just because if you beat the bucks sixers yeah that you definitely deserve to go to the finals. Bugs did it without janas last two games. Khris middleton stepped up lopez stepped up Drew holiday stepped up. bobby portis. Junior stepped up a really report. Is julie's really real good. Backup for powerful or small or center. Because see maggie. You'll play three positions right now. Also don't forget that subscribe button right corner and Man i mean the sixers they got chris. Paul got devon booker. Got dr dre. But i think. I'd trust past the top past the big. Three's on each team. I think i'd trust milwaukee's other players. More i think i trust bob. Reporters said Says and pat connell pat and who they got they got Forgot who tobacco was appointed. Guard says wag. Gotta stop doing a podcast or earlier. Get brain freeze but Yeah they address the bucks more like their role players. And i. I mean i definitely could be wrong. The sons could come in win but this is going to be definitely a seven game series. I think is davin gonna be a tough one the bucks more big and the sun's like more shooters killed bucks more dalo big like the bucks are gonna definitely had to keep doing what they're doing they're gonna have to keep just beast and download. Don't try to go three three three for threes. Like and this idea that every team has to win out by shooting a ton of threes not a buxom Decor inside anytime they want the bucks Inside anytime they want would you holiday. Janas khris middleton in brook lopez's anytime they want and.
"davin" Discussed on True Crime Investigators UK
"No doubt i think it was a policeman. All his life and born in davin. Is that right brian. Yes that's why i asked. My father was a policeman My brother was a policeman. And i've got four uncles a policeman so yes Steeped in history policing. That's nice to know isn't it that. What a tradition. That's that's fantastic yet. There was a very strange murder. Which was saturday the third of september. Nineteen eighty-three an event took place around the extra area which you then became the senior police officer investigating. That case wasn't it. Yes jeff and what actually triggered this investigation. What what had been found while we we had a call from a man who gone to relieve himself in a little car park near holden race cars And come across a party that to the investigation. Bss so my right in thinking that prior to your involvement this call would have been made to the local police reporting what this gentleman thought was a body and then uniform offices attended and sort of escalated from there. That's right yeah yeah initial search and And then jeff han tone very quickly on the scene as well. Yeah he's your was your deputy. There wasn't any time. Yes yes and result of his body and put it was a mode yes and then you were called into at tried to set up the incident room and to begin the the enquirer. The general procedure is the same for most suspicious. Isn't that that you would call a pathologist to examine the body in you is that what place. Yes that's right. Yeah until we've had the report from the pathologist where we're not certain that we do with the murder a rather than a suspicious body and at what stage did the unusual elements of this case. Come to light. Came to like quite quickly that time because the pathologist arrived and took his first look at the body He found in the head was missing. And how do you determine what sex an age excetera female. I couldn't determine whether it was a a an adult or at that time because the position that the party was saying. Did you tend to see brian Yesterday yeah and Having done that and obviously you then you dealing with the murder The priorities that most of the incident Advocate the necessarily manpower arranged to start making inquiries and having found the body in sort of secluded area. I would have thought you heart thinking my god. We're we're up.
"davin" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"They're going now probably not going to happen because he didn't have before. And it's not like we have different vaccine technology. He clearly different circumstances and different diseases. But net not gonna happen. Here's science science translational medicine or specifically science mag dot org in the pipeline antibody dependent harassment and covert. Vaccines are quote a virus vaccines february twelfth. Twenty one so now. We are months months past that science being out there. Here's what it says the short answer when they say can is there any sign of it right so that's an interesting way to put it. Is there any sign. Clearly there is we just showed you well the short answer they did not. They are not meaning not happening. He says and no cases of more severe disease. We're seen really. i've gone back through. The reported preclinical studies. And i don't think i've missed one. And what i'm seeing is not a single case of eighty for any of them seriously this this i hope you out there. This is including all of the actual information the references and things you can look for yourself the actual data from the trials that show you what they're pointing at and why they say it's a specific. Oh excuse me not severe specific and significant risk here. He but he but he'd listen to this guy. He threw all of them. I don't think i missed one. That sounds solid. Doesn't it and i'm not seeing a single case you either didn't look or you ignored it. How ridiculous that. If something like that had shown up it would've immediately released a bucket of the clinton clinton davin regulatory sand and the oh what did have or they would have ignored. It hit lied about it. Like likely done a lot of times before but see. This is the blind faith inferiority. His argument is well. If it would have happened the will they would've stopped. Obviously no not obviously obviously they they do the opposite of that throughout history but these people are trusting of their own. They they're high on their own opinion of their own field. They believe all so smart. Also ahead of this is wrong. Some of them are. Some of them are fantastic. Some of them are completely sinister and bought off here. We are staring at a lie or ignorance. Your choice has it's right there. It's right in front of us and it is stated from the trial information. Here's another one madge. Med base today from march sixteenth. Now we're getting on a year in plenty of months pass now. It says why hasn't been a problem interesting. So far there have been no reports. Oh there's no reports. Despite reports that that scientific research found from central doctors apparently is no reports though because they did their due diligence and they they're you know and that translates to blindly trusting what the authorities said. That's they may actually believe that. Here's children's hospital. Philadelphia antibody dependent enhancement.
"davin" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Yeah and it is not even close so you have to take stock and a great year and be proud of it but also be realistic about what you need moving forward if you wanna compete in this division and in this conference go scott in westchester. What's going on scott good morning. Oh hey morning guys. How are you all right. So listen great season clearly the outperformed and i agree with ninety five percent of everything that you guys have said this morning however regarding randall you have to recent extend them. And here's why if you extend them now is average annual value is only going to be in the mid to high twenty million if you wait until next year and he has a good year. Then you're gonna have to sign him to the supermac which is going to be forty million dollars plus and i think if you want to attract other stars they wanna see that ownership takes care you so. The knicks are riding. High people are viewing it as a team that destination. I think you have to extend them no matter what one want to get your thoughts on that and if you think that you know the best players in the league no they're going to get paid though scott. I understand your point. But i don't think that the the top tier nba superstar needs to see. The knicks. handover money to julius randle to think that they're going to get taken care of or that's an organization where i can go and get paid. They know let's just say for example. That kawhi leonard ops out in el al thank you will. But he opts out in la and he's looking to go somewhere else because things aren't working out for member of the clippers does he need to see the knicks. Take care of. Julius randle to think he's gonna get paid by the knicks. The knicks just unload buckets of cash at his feet. Davin come on. Don't they play the same position. I mean debatable in today's nba right because his position. 'less players i know why i said a one a one in four combination or one in five combination the knicks don't have the combinations of those players that those other teams in this conference to right. Yeah i mean the knicks. Have one of the things that they did they. They showed the fan base in a great way in the postseason. Well obviously the couple of idiots did stupid stuff but you saw. The garden was rocking. Even lebron tweeted about it. Say look at the garden. It's going crazy. You saw that the intensity there. You heard that the players the knicks players. This year loved playing that you saw trae young feeding off the crowd. You have that you gotta foundation. You got a real coach. You got some respect back all those things. The next didn't have that would attract free agents. I don't think the knicks need the hand. Julius randle a massive contract to be able to show a superstar that they should play for the knicks of anything that superstar wants to play with another superstar and they want to see. If there's room enough for two max deal so they could team up and make their own super let. Let's say they're able to get ball here to be their their point guard and let's say they do not extend julius right now and all of a sudden those to hit it off you know then then and then you see what they're capable of doing and how much easier maybe ball makes it for julius randle. Yeah and then. I'm like hey i don't mind paying. Julius randle the money that he has now earned and he deserves. I just i just.
"davin" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"Tomase unacceptable and hey should be out of defend himself boy other blocking or punching back and get the fuck away from me but obviously with any three four minute clear for over twenty second clip and that saying delayed off in the aftermath. You can't really. You can't really make a decision on that kenya but to take this back to kids before we move on kids the shit out of you as well sometimes lock. Mostly get into an is now. When he's overtired and gets grumpy he will swing fists an audit now where he's learned to. He's never say made punch anyone. Because i'm not a fodder nas man but he punched me in the jaw. Lock just looked at me. Dating the art just gone bang right hook. Davin showed him like anthony. Mundane youtube clips. Nothing like that has never walked in on me waking before.
"davin" Discussed on Serifacast
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"davin" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Unlike bonding kissy who got fake married in this one. As we've mentioned in past podcasts. It's a bit unusual to see a spy. Get married in a spy movie. There are some but it's not often you see this so you have this wedding here. The real marriage and honor matchy secret service felix and delegate married in licence to kill mission. Impossible three has ethan and julia getting married. So you do see some spies getting married but not often. It probably has something to do with the nature of the job. And you're not to be too often for your spouse albany stuffing james bond. Japanese disguised is one of the lesser. Things are like about fail. It's terrible face. And i m copays. Do we really believe that he looks japanese. No this makeover almost ruin the movie for me. It was so bad. And i was just so turned off with it. But there's a lot of this movie. I really liked but this really turn me off how they did that. Yeah he didn't look japanese. And i don't know who they were trying to fool. I guess you've everyone watching what six six two in real life he was hunting down to. You could see him hunting down. China look shorter. Okay all right so after the wedding they go to kiss place. And he's trying to seduce kissy and he says to her but we must keep up appearances. Were on our honeymoon. She and her responses no honeymoon this business and it got me thinking to mario. Puzo used this line to help him. Create the wonderful line from the movie from nineteen sixty nine. The godfather also appears in the nineteen. Seventy two movie. You know the line. It's not personal sunny. It's strictly business. This reminds me of perhaps my favorite bond villain franz sanchez played by robert davi of course in the nineteen eighty nine bond film. Licensed to kill when they're about the feed felix to the sharks. I want you to know. It's nothing personal. It's purely business. Love robert davin that role so comes back in another bond movie..
"davin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"I don't hate you Like a lot of times. I'll just throw him away. Which is really bizarre. I don't know. Well, nobody wants your foot funk. All right, is just downright cold out there and getting colder And this could last for a while. Let's check in with meteorologist Brad Barton to get the very latest on the precipitation that may or may not be following the morning, Brad Good morning and I couldn't have written an intro any better than that. It is cold, and it's going to get a whole lot colder and I've got a big punch line for this. But let me go through my spiel Right now We know it's freezing fog and you're gonna be like 34 today 24 to 9 34 tomorrow And then Friday, we'll start to dry out with the dam breaks in the Midwest and cold air is going to be flooding in here. I think Well, I think it's possible. We could be. Well, here's a good you still have today and tomorrow to prepare for more cold weather because I think we're gonna be looking at 86 to 90 consecutive hours. At or below freezing from, Let's say late Friday night. Through noon Tuesday. Okay? The late Friday night all day, Saturday Sunday. Monday are our highs going to be in the twenties and our lows, they're going to be in the teens. And Tuesday, maybe by noon, we might barely get above freezing. So that's not a record by any means. We've been 12 days below freezing. It's 1983. But it's kind of interesting. This also maybe our coldest Valentine's Day on record. The record cold high for Valentine's Day is 27 degrees in 1951. The record cold low is 15 and 1936. And if you Take a look at your forecast Davin Amy for Sunday. I'm looking at a high 27 lows 15 to 20. If my memory serves me correctly When I first moved here, I think the Valentine's Day after I moved to your like 17 years ago, it snowed on Valentine's Day. Yes, And we had a beautiful snow. What? Maybe eight or 10 years ago On Valentine's Day I went fell on the weekend, and there's a great snow. People were running around. You know Saturday, so it didn't close the schools or anything. And people were making great big snowman. Dogs were bounding around, and it was great. And by Monday it was gone. So that was good. What about possibility of snow this time? I'm glad you brought that up. Well, we don't normally get you know anything. But maybe an intra two of snow or something like that, or flurries Now, I'm not saying it's gonna happen. But I have two models. I have two computer models right now that are fairly reliable, including the European model. That are forecasting between 10 and 12. Inches of snow Monday and Tuesday here. Whoa! Yeah. Now I think that will moderate and I think as we get close to the time, those numbers will become more realistic. This is the first time I've seen this much snow forecast that far out Monday Tuesday. We are expecting snow, and in some areas it could be fairly deep. Wow, amazing so again that probably come off that it may be just two or three inches of snow. But right now the models have us in for a lot of moisture overhead and a lot of snow falling because our cold air will be plenty deep enough. That won't be ice. It'll be snow. All right. Thanks Bread, but we'll check in with you as the week moves along. I'm glad I travel with a I have a I have a very two of them, actually very thick sleeping bags. I keep in the back of my car just for this kind of weather so you can sleep in your car. If I have to know if you get If you break land, and for some reason, Yeah, you never know. Meantime, that's no. What we had when I first moved here that the first time I kiddos sauce knows so.
"davin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Bay it. Carolina tonight postponed five teams have had game's canceled or postponed so far because of Cove. It Davin it W G M sport Now the forecast from the permits you'll Weather center. It's going to be clouded with snow continuing through this morning and early afternoon Lake enhanced snow expected this afternoon for the eastern portions of Lake County, Illinois. And for Cook County. Those enhanced snow showers Move south through Cook County into northwest Indiana tonight. Expect a high near 31 winds gusting at 30 MPH tonight cloudy with snow near the lake front. Low down to 23. Then cloudy with a chance for snow showers along the lake in the morning. Tomorrow High near 25 in that winter storm warning continues until five o'clock this afternoon for most of the area snow now it's 30, you know, hear the wind shells 19 there, Flurries and 31 at Midway 30 along the lakefront. Some snow and 30 degrees this morning at the DuPage Airport. Your money on WGN. The stock markets open for business. This morning, the Dow was up 134. In the first few minutes of trading at 31,094. The NASDAQ is up 35 at 13,671. The S and P is up nine points at 38 65 investors taking in a lot of earnings information this morning. U. S home prices jumped in November at the fastest pace in more than six years. Full, fueled by demand for more living space as Americans to closer to home during the pandemic. Home prices soared 9.1% in November compared with 21 months ago, as listed by the core logic case Shiller 20 City Home Price Index. This information on social.
"davin" Discussed on The Voice of Healthcare
"Tell us what is augmented. Do for those listening <hes>. We've made these big claims. You said you had a moment. You went enterprise side. What do you do here as they say. An office space. Well we really address. Perhaps the biggest pain points in the lives of doctors all over the country in that is the tragic fact that doctor spend hours every day on the computer on the typing clicking charting not paying attention to the patients in front or doing productive tasks horrible for the doctor horrible for the patient in patient. Experience it really for the health system. In general dad is the problem we exist to solve so weadock. Medics give doctors. Phones that they put on stands orlando urge or google glass or even these days we hop on their telemedicine calls zoom calls in an either of those three modalities. Doctors used us. Use our service. We take natural conversation between doctor and patient and from that livestream we do the documentation. Emr noting ourselves so the doctors able to focus on the patient experience and have having natural organic conversation in the background are services. Structuring filling out epic sterner. Whatever the mars better faster than what a doctor would do on their own. The saves the doctor hours a day makes him really happy and retain increase documentation faster and better better in every respect really <hes>. You're probably wondering how does that magical outcome happen. <hes> it's really <unk>. Like i like. I like to think the union of <hes>. Humans and software technology. What's going on is we're live streaming from the device from the phone or from the glass the audio and video tweet tech enabled. Remote scribe literally human thing of them as a guardian angel or a wing man from afar. And they're assisting with the conversation <unk>. They're listening in seeing as that conversation unfolds on their distilling on summarizing that too structured. Note in the mr better and faster than what the doctor would do. And that scribe is sitting in a specialized scribe cockpit which is full of automation technologies. We've built so a natural language processing note. Builder that is constantly auto expanding auto completing the note very very quickly as the conversation progresses and has been described to invoke speech recognition <unk>. Models that kick in for parts of the conversation and various other on templates and tools that have the net effect of really deep. Burdening scribe on in allowing them to be a really high quality and really quick <hes>. You do in fact need a human in the loop to to make a service like this work <hes>. You know. I i if you try to do this with so-called puree i in pure software. It just won't work <hes>. Think of it. This way can even order. Dominos pizza on my alexa or book. A delta airlines flight on my google home let alone imagined a doctor-patient conversation with head nods and concerned turning into a note. So people get little asimov in what's possible. I think that you saying that really matters. Because you know when read. And i were visiting with eric. Topol in at scripts havens says he says. Look you're not taking humans out of. We're never going to do that. And it's actually a problem to even think we would finish your thought there and then i want to transition to your contemporary this joining us here and ask you about why he's here. Go ahead well. I mean yeah i mean. I couldn't agree more. I like to say that you know. We're kind of like uber. You have to build uber before. He built uber driverless. Cars can sort of come out of the womb <unk>. Driverless cars and so our strategy an effort to improve ratios <unk>. Using technology over time using workflow mastery in huge data in size on which we have
"davin" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Roberts, Glad you're along. Um, letting you give your direct message to your elected representatives were recording the calls today we're gonna edit them down, Put them in an audio file. And send them to the elected representatives with a short note for me in front to let him know what what it is. We're sending to them. If you have hundreds of voters that are leaving you a message. Uh, that usually gets the attention of some of these guys. Now, Look, I realize there's some of you very, very happy that Biden and Harris, um looks like they will be installed. In the new administration hasn't happened yet. And you never say never. We're gonna be talking with Rudy Giuliani tomorrow at 3, 30 central time to find out where we stand in these lawsuits. What if any pants to the White House? The president has available to him. Um, you know, I would think, even honest Democrats. Would want a fair and open election so that the person sitting in the White House whether you like him or whether you don't, um Is the result. Of voting by a free and open society. Not not some ballot fraud that quite honestly. I mean, from my perspective, Of course, I'm not there looking at discovery and all the rest, But from my perspective, there's a lot of stuff there. They've investigated this president for a lot less for a lot longer since he was elected, so you know If if you're one of those people, you know, don't don't pay any attention to this, Uh, you know they've thrown the lawsuits out. Let's move on. That sounds like somebody that doesn't want the truth to come out. And I think, even honest Democrats. If you can find one they want that don't think they want They want our electoral system. Tau work. They want the election process to work. They don't want Tonto to be given something unfairly. They don't want the will of the people to be obscured by corruption in D. C. Good Lord knows we we deal with enough of corruption on both sides of the aisle. Aled the time. All right, let's get to your messages for your elected representatives. Davin Troy. Dave, How are you? Good, sir. Thank you for taking my call on. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas to you, Dave. I am calling to tell John Cornyn and our elected state representatives that you know, I'm wondering how much mud from the swamp is all over. Because they aren't doing anything to help us here to get Trump back. And Ted Cruz. I've heard him fighting you guys reported. And I'm saying here's one more fight. Get after it. And that's all I pretty much got to say. Dave. I appreciate it very, very much. And you're right. Ted Cruz has been pretty vocal about this. And you know, even a few on the left side of the aisle. They're not really all that happy. With over half of the American people saying they don't trust the election. If I mean they've already lost the trust of the American people in the nation's capital. And rightfully so. But if we don't even trust that when we go to the voting booth, it's going to be tabulated on And the proper winner will be will be exposed if they don't trust that. And really what we have left. In a representative republic, Keith in Weatherford, Keith. Thank you for waiting. How you doing? I'm doing very well. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas, Keith. Well, all our representatives Texans, mainly, but to all of them. Azzan, American voter. We're sick and tired of sitting back and just waiting for someone to step up and say, Let's do the right thing. Each politician's war. Uphold the Constitution of the United States, and I've only seen a couple of them that can. It's her way toward that to say, Well, maybe. Well, that's not what we voted them in. For. We voted these politicians in Take care of America, and if they're not willing to take that force and go with it, then I say it's time that we start a new party called the American Party, the party that's for America, not for themselves or for their financial games, Ric Pretty much all like in some of that, with Keith. I appreciate it very, very much in. Keith is echoing the sentiment of a lot of people I've talked to, you know, there's always been discussion about a third party leased for the last decade. But I've heard more about that this time than ever before on D. I think it Z not in small part due to the fact that a lot of people within the GOP Go along to get along, and that's not why they were elected. That's not why Democrats elect their representatives for the most part. Let's go to Dave in Dallas, Dave. Thank you for waiting. How you doing, Dave? Don't get Rick. Hey, I've got a cell phone. It's got about 450 contacts in it. I'm thinking very seriously about putting mass texting there. Everybody I know to get on the wagon. Let's tell him we're tired of it. Do you either vote we're watching or you're out. That's my message, But they've you know, you know a lot of ways. You know the Republicans that are speaking out there not saying we got. We're trying to turn turn the boat over. We just wanted honest, open and free election. I'm not sure we want. Yeah, that's it. That's what we want. We went. We voted. Hey, we won the election. They're cheating. We know they are. Nobody cares. Nobody nowhere. You know what? We're gonna vote you out if we don't see You to put up or shut up. If you don't, you're going out. Dave. I appreciate the call very much. Merry Christmas to you, my friend. I'm gonna take you to the W B. A P newsroom for the very latest breaking news also will be talking with Rudy Giuliani tomorrow at 3 30. Our time to find out where we stand with all these these legal issues. It's just amazing to me. And of course I heard it last week. Somebody saying from one of the courts. We don't want riots in the street. Okay, so once again, the dissidents they control The legal process in this country. What are you kidding me? I'm Rick Roberts News talking 20. W b A p. Your safety has always been priority. One at Give me the vin calm and.
Habits of Highly Effective Real People by Chris Guillebeau
"Habits of highly effective real people by Chris Gil Abo-. Of Chris GIL ABODE DOT COM. Quote. Everybody talks about wanting to change things and help and fix. But ultimately, all you can do is fix yourself and that's a lot because if he can fix herself, it has a ripple effect. Rob Reiner. Humans are not machines and we don't all want the same things but we do want to do something purposeful to use the time we have to the best of our ability and we also long to discover our authentic selves. If our lives consists of series of choices, how do you highly effective real people make them he is a short list of characteristics for your consideration. First and foremost they know what's important to them. I've been saying for a while the greatest productivity hack is to love what you do. It is much much easier to be both productive and satisfied. When you spend most of your time on something, you find meaningful often go back to this principle as a compass point it really does no good at all to become efficient at the wrong things on balance is actually negative because the fish and you become the more likely it is that you'll continue on the wrong path. Therefore, it's better to fail quickly at the wrong things seeking discover the right once. They decide for themselves before other people decide for them. Highly, effective real people tend to be questioners. The don't accept what they are told at face value even examine their own beliefs if inconsistencies and opportunities for improvement whenever someone asks, you can have a or B, which do you want Davin respond by saying I'd like see please visit hard at first because easier as you gain experience if to understand that throughout your. Life, there will always be people who want to decide on your behalf. They have their own because they to our human. They care about themselves more than the care about you to be effective to do what matters to you and to pursue the right more on that. In a moment, you need to resist external expectations that don't apply to you. Only, when you have your own house in order, can you operate effectively with others because otherwise will be open to manipulation and misdirection? They take time to enjoy life in whatever way makes sense to them. Even, though they are highly effective, these real people aren't afraid to spend time on hobbies or different interests. As the saying goes time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time and that's the key point time they enjoy wasting maybe of a weird hobby or maybe your idea of fun is different from other people's who cares do whatever you need to recharge and regroup. In. Conversations they listen. They don't just think about what they're going to say next listening is an underrated skill yet, it's easy to develop just start doing it. Empathy takes practice sometimes it's helpful to repeat back with someone says not robotically but in more of a I wanNA make sure I understand this way over time you can also learn to listen not only to what is said but what is unsaid and sometimes more important. They learn what time is best to wake up and go to sleep. Is Not. The same for everyone was my number one takeaway from reading Dan Pink's when zone lot more in the book of course. But that concept stuck with me more than anything else once they know their ideal rhythms, they try to stick to them making exceptions only occasionally sure is fun to change things up now and then but if you operate most effectively according to a certain routine, you'll be most effective when you stick with it. Highly, effective real people embrace goals. Goals vary and some might not even call them goals but the consistently worked toward something. They know that the process is more important than actually achieving the goals. But to have the process, you have to have an end point to look towards goals are the tangible expressions of values while we decide are important to us, and therefore the choices we make each day how the effect of real people know the actions they take on one day will affect the opportunities available to them in the future. Should they live long enough to see it? Lastly, they find a balance between service and self care. Highly effective real people that life isn't all about them. They WANNA serve others however they can. They want to make a difference as consider their goals, values and decisions. This value is always present. Yet Mitt is an exclusive chop rate most effectively in life and to get what you really want. You'll need to think about yourself not every goal is to be perfectly aligned with what it produces for other people. Personal growth comes through challenge. It all these the overall philosophy of nonconformity. You can do good things for others and yourself at the same time it's not a dichotomy or an either or. I don't think I'm always highly effective person though I tried to always be a real one when if you'll off track I, go back to some of these points especially those about being intentional making my own choices also try to remember the universal truths changes constant. Is. Temporary. So once again, how the effect of real people seek to use whatever time they have to the best of their ability?
T. Colin Campbell, PhD - T is for 'Trailblazer'
"My guest today is one of the great trailblazers in the plant based space in fact he coined the term based over thirty years ago. His name is t Colin Campbell. Of course you know him from his book that is sold over three million copies. The China's study. You know him from the documentary forks over knives and many of you from his repeat visits to our annual event plans stock for the past sixty five years. He's been a courageous true seeker. An unapologetic truth teller and today's episode of the plant. Strong podcast we talk about his definition of nutrition. What exactly is protein? Which is better animal protein or plant based protein? How much fat she. Ideally have in our diet and we talk about two recently released articles that Colin wrote which speak to his revolutionary idea that the best defense against covert nineteen is. What is on the end of your fork? In fact not only as a whole foods plant based diet the best cautionary measure that we can take. It's also the most responsible to protect to strain on the hospital system. Our global environment and the food supply chain which as you know has been severely compromised much to the shameful detriment of the workers and the animals. The links to these two articles are in the show notes at plant strong PODCAST DOT COM. But for now take the next hour and absorb this rich information from my friend and mentor. T Colin Campbell. T Colin Campbell. I want to welcome you to the plant strong podcast. Jeez I think the last time that I saw you. Colin was on the Holistic holiday at the crews Gosh I think it was February. Twenty seventh right before cove nineteen hit us. Hard young was wonder that we work on one of those scholarships. No it really was and in this cruiseliner that we were on was an Italian cruise liner. Right now yeah yeah. What a Well what what a time that was so I would love to start out by saying and I WANNA boomerang around in and get to this subject but you recently have written two different articles both about Kobe. Nineteen and how nutrition may be our best defense against over nineteen which is kind of a a novel idea. But if it's okay with you before we we can tackle. That would like to do is kind of revisit and start with some of the kind of nutrition basics a little bit. Because I think that's show many people don't know some of the stuff some of the really revolutionary stuff that you did in in the China Study Joe. I'd like to talk a little bit about that. If you're okay with that sure I before I do. He Colin Campbell. What does the tea stand for Thomas? Thomas and your son is Thomas. I got two sons Thomas. This you're on weird and my father's name was Thomas also okay and so tell me. So why is the tea? Why is it? Why is it not Colin t Campbell? Wise IT T- Column Roma fozzard immigrant. And he's from the Campbell clan as you may know from Scotland essentially and for long centuries of the name Colin was always the first name given to the oldest child in the Campbell clan. And so I was the first child to be born and my dad wanted me to be named collar. Or but he wasn't there I was born. He saw the doctor gave around to put the name. Down my dad. He said there should be three names. My Mom said okay. Put put my dad's name. I never was not exactly what he wanted so I stuck with her column. That kept the T. While I well I this yeah well. It's so unique now you you have been kind of one of these trail-blazing researchers now for over sixty five years And you've just you've done some amazing stuff to basically go against the status quo and buck the trends. What what do you think is giving you the courage to go after the truth with such kind of like was such intensity well. There's one very practical reason namely I had the academic tenure which is really become a very very strong feelings about that. I got tenure when I was only in my thirties fairly I so I had all these years Davin. Intern is guaranteed by Tenure I can freedom of guarantee but tenure and his precious is precious. Had I not had that kind of academic freedom or tenure wilt have not have ed tenure. I would be sitting here talking to you now and Horton. But the but the part of it that I get really exercised about is the fact that tenure in American universities has been declining intentionally so now for decades and it's almost a deployment now at almost doesn't exist for person unless they you know at the senior level full professor tenure that sort of stuff they look. There's only not in two thousand eleven. Twenty nine percent of the faculty were senior senior professors. Let's say full professors and academic as I was one of the nine percent that was eleven. I've done this right now. Can't be more than what it is two or three percent so what that what that means for. Country Rep is that is shutting people down. Who are expected to be telling the truth And my dad was very particular about that. You tell the truth the whole truth. Nothing but the truth so it was a combination of my dad's background his advice. And the tenure.
Avengers: Endgame Has Overwhelmed Hollywood. Is That OK?
"Sean fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big picture a conversation show about the end of moviegoing culture, as we know. It just kidding vendors. Endgame ruled and is better than game of thrones. I'm here with Chris Ryan and Amanda Davin. Getting the Friskies we're going to talk a little bit about avengers and not game. Thrones. If you wanna listen to stuff about game of thrones. I encourage you to listen to Chris on the watch. Maybe you can catch up on the thrones. Which aired last night. Maybe you can check out Benjamin later this week in here all about the battle of winter fell in whether it worked or did not work. There are some dissension in the ranks here at the ringer today. We're talking MC you not just the movie itself. But also the box office implications, and what the aftermath of that means for summer movies. We're doing a little summer movie preview man, and I'll be chatting about it. But I I thought that you guys are the perfect pair to chat with after doing a deep dive with Mallory Ruben because Amanda, you're on the record is not being the biggest superhero movie fan in the world. But also someone who sees these films out of obligation and has developed a lot of feelings about them. And Chris, I tend to think you're the most you're the person who I'm most eager to hear what he thought about these moves every time you see. I'm right here. It's not that respect your opinion. Amanda, I think it's very valuable, but you're operating from a base level of not. So sure about this, Chris I. I think he if he can really go positive or negative. Sure. So I'm time. I'm wondering what you guys thought. Like, I'm a newborn baby every time I enter a movie. Yes. But sort like Benjamin button this baby. Did you cry? Speaking of a game. I did not cry. Okay mandate. Did you right now? I didn't staunching. So I cried because I feel right? And so. Chris what'd you think? I had like a feelings wave when Peter Parker and Tony stark reunited at the end of the movie, I just felt like entirely a piece, which I think is ultimately what they wanted you to feel which is that I was entirely a piece with the endeavor, I felt fine. And okay about the amount of time. I've spent thinking about this these movies and seeing these movies over the years, I think is really telling listen to you and Mallory talk about it because being a little bit older. I think that I don't quite have like deep passionate connection to it. It's not like a real maker break franchise for me in the way, some some others are, but at the end of the day, I felt like you guys pulled it off. You get you made it emotionally satisfying finales to what was pretty unprecedented endeavor in movie making history, and they made it work Mana. Yeah. I thought it was a fitting conclusion to this experiment for better. And for worse in some ways. It it certainly there was a little bit of everything for everyone, including. Me. I mean, the last show I was delighted I wouldn't say I was like crying or deeply moved. But it's very excited to see Hayley Atwell back into seek cap. I frankly old cap be very happy. And also, I thought pretty handsome for like a really old guy. It'll head ahead. And then yeah, that's true. They didn't age the hair. And I thought that nice. I thought the last shot was very sweet and was kind of going back to many of the themes that we talked about in our podcast about captain America the first venture. And some of the things that I felt the MC you had abandoned. And so I felt seen in that moment, which is not something that I often feel in these movies, it took three hours and a lot of garbage CGI to get there. So, you know, and, but I think other people delighted that we're delighted by that. And so again, there is something for almost everyone in these movies. And that's kind of what the experiment was about. Right. Yeah. Definitely. And you know, in the Morville months years that we did on the show in a you. And I talked about captain America. The first of. Injure. Chris unite talked about the avengers both of the things the key talking points that we talked about in those podcasts really rose to the surface on this one. You know in your in your case, it was how halio wells the most important person in the MC. You Chris for you. It was quite literally that Tony stark is the most important person, the AFC, this was a genuine sendoff. Yeah. I don't I don't think we'll be seeing Tony again. And it was interesting the way that they built him into the not just the centerpiece of the story, not just the emotional center of the story. But like the engine of the story, and I think when we talked a few weeks ago, you were saying that you're not so sure that they're going to be able to do this as actively without him. I think they're staring to an abyss. And I think they might dive in and the this is called Disney. Plus, you know, I think that the the way that we're going to be talking about these movies in ten years United texting over the weekend. And I was like, oh, should I read this comic line to kinda see where it's going or read the story line? And you basically were like here's what's going to happen in in ten years. We'll be talking about this so called to be friends with Sean. No, I think he sent the text and there are some. These are anti spoilers over here. Also. But he's like, I he sends tech. Sometimes I'm just saying we're gonna join but this. This one was like, wow. That sounds incredibly plausible. And it would take about ten years to get. You know what I mean? And but for me, you lose stark, you probably you're gonna lose Evans unless they graduate Evans too kindly, uncle who shows up somehow in some of the other movies. And I think they're going to take the characters that were remaining with the exception of Black Panther, captain marvel in the guardians. A lot of them are going to move to streaming a lot like Sebastian STAN, anti Mackie. They're going to streaming LOKI streaming Wanda envision explicable or going to streaming. So like a lot of these characters are now going to be on these little five episode little mini runs. And I think that they have a charm problem. Now, I think that there is going to be a little bit of a like we need to work to like build up some of these people again, and that will probably come with the characters that you were talking about. But it's gonna take them a few years to develop those projects, you're there's two ways to do that. I think it's evident to me. And I guess we'll see when Spiderman far from home comes out. But they do have a centerpiece in Tom, Holland that was the loudest cheer. I heard both times. I saw the movie that was the person that people were most emotionally connected to and that is the legacy of Downie Downey made that character very meaningful to a lot of people. You know, they they created that father son dynamic, so I could see that effectively being the new iron man of the series. The other stuff is is a little bit up in the air. You know, it's like I feel like the one thing we can kind of all agree on is that they really just handled Chris Hemsworth beautifully over the last five years. They've just figured out how to make him a trueblue movie star. Amanda, we'll talk a little bit about her enthusiasm for men in black international. Maybe later on this podcast but
The new communication rules
"Talking tech is brought to you in part by northwestern. University offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics face it. You're not going to call somebody before texting. I and asking if it's okay that's one of the new rules of communications in twenty nineteen Delvin Brown from USA day. Just wrote a big piece on the new rules, and we've got him here on talking tech dalvin tell everybody what's up. I guess one of the most common rules is one of the things. I think we can all agree about is that you don't send anyone a one word text in. Nobody likes to to send out a long detailed text message. And then, you know, go to check your check the reply and it just as Kay in all so. I think that's one of the that was one of the big ones that have people had talked about. But but also, you know, I think to there's a lot of people who are saying don't double text me don't send to texts in a row kind of thing. Give me a chance to to to respond. So that was a really common one. Do you have any that you can think of anything that you personally in your personal life any new rules that you live by of when it comes to communicating via won't be the new ruling, you don't call someone before either texting or emailing and saying mad call you. Yeah. I mean, it's up things like that. You know, you would think are Britney common sense. But in one of the interesting things about about the whole thing, as you know, we get frustrated when people don't know. And that's because no one's really teaching instinct, interestingly enough, one of the people I spoke with said that they feel like Snapchat and Instagram. EM's as the future and that calling and texting even is on the way out, but I'm gonna text gonna ride that texting wave as long as. That's fine accepted to many people show up on my phone without their name associated with the phone number. I don't know who they are. Yeah. Do you mean where they text you send you a text message? But you don't have the number saved. Will you didn't you didn't bother to associate the phone number with their names? So just this phone number shows up in ask you a question, and you don't know who you're talking to. And then the other thing is we don't answer the phone because they're it's all rubber calls yet. Well that too. Yeah. There's a lot of those coming through, you know, one of the things that I found really interesting to was one person it said, you know, that when they receive phone calls, they declined the call to send a text to the to the person that was calling them. So it's almost as if you know, some people don't even need the calling feature anymore. If they're in know, refusing the Hewson to pick up will the new rules. You've enlightened us Davin Delvin Brown's article for USA day, the new rules communication, look for it at USA today dot com, you've been listening to talking tech. You can find me on Twitter at Jefferson Graham, Delvin, what's your Twitter at Galvin undisposed around. Already. That's an easy one. Thanks, everyone. For listening. Talking tech is brought to you in part by Northwestern University. The huge amounts of healthcare data available today as well. As advances in technology are making a profound impact on health care students enrolled in northwestern university's online master's program in health informatics, build the expertise needed to use that data and deliver more efficient ineffective patient care offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum including specializations that are perfect for healthcare. Business and IT professionals. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics.
Boyfriend of Morgan Freeman’s Step-Granddaughter Sentenced to 20 Years for Her Stabbing Death
"Sentencing of the man who killed Morgan Freeman's, granddaughter, the defendant's family screamed in in the courtroom that it was all Morgan Freeman's fault. Alleging that he had sexually abused. The victim when she was younger his own granddaughter Morgan Freeman molested her and he caused this. He did this Lamar Davenport's mother yelled to a reporter as she was ushered out of the court for shouting to her son when Justice Ellen Bye-bye on handed down a twenty year sentence. He's innocent. It was an accident. She insisted he allegations of an affair between Morgan Freeman. And his step granddaughter at dinner Hines were made by the defense during Davenport's murder trial in Manhattan supreme court Freeman has strongly denied the allegations. Davenport was convicted of stabbing MS Hines who was his girlfriend more than twenty five times in August of two thousand fifteen on west one hundred sixty second street, he was in the throes of a PCP induced range when he murdered her in full of neighbors and pedestrians in a partial win for the defense. Mr davin. Port was found guilty of the lesser in -cluded charge manslaughter, you waive jury trial leaving his fate entirely in hands of the judge who sentenced him to twenty years. And now maybe it's finally finally behind Morgan Freeman.
Trump warns Iran's president in all-caps tweet to stop threatening U.S.
"Dating back to twenty-six team tesla confirmed to the news Paper. That seeking price reductions at ahead. Of the market Okinawa Wall Street's at futures in the US pointing to a lower open p, futures down two points Dow futures down seven the NASDAQ futures down twenty two and we also have Brent. Crude fifty cents seventy three, fifty, seven this is Bloomberg It's. Five oh seven, on Wall Street let's get news. From around the world this morning and for the very latest we head to Washington and Bloomberg's Nathan Hager good. Morning Nathan good morning John President Trump is engaging in a war of words with Iranian president Haas on Ronnie in. A late night all caps tweet, the president warned of? Unspecified consequences if Ronnie keeps threatening. The US Ronnie had been on. Television hours before warning the. US to stop threatening Iran here he is through an interpreter named the Americans say they won't allow Iran to export even a drop of oil you think Iran is. That week what are you thinking you cannot do such a thing we. Will stand up to you we are people of resistance the entire Iranian nation will resist the US is moving closer to sanctioning countries that don't make significant cuts to. Iranian oil imports by. Early November mass shooting in Toronto a man opened fire into restaurants and cafes in the city's, greektown. Neighborhood last night Killing a, woman and wounding thirteen other. People before the gunman was killed in an exchange of gunfire with police Mary frog a daycare is a Toronto, city councillors shocking I, mean this is. A street where people walk everyday groceries dinner Davin ice cream sitting the square enjoy their summer and subsequently devastating. Remember that van, attack that killed ten people in. North Toronto that happened just a few months ago French president Emmanuel Macron has ordered an overhaul of his office. He's under pressure to break his silence over an aide caught on video beating a protester two months ago Bloomberg's Gregory. Viscose e has more from Paris, Monday will edition the? Interior minister and the head of. The Paris police to understand why. Security aide to the French. President was seen beating protesters on may I can why the presidential palace kept it quiet and allow the aid to keep managing Macron security we go Macron was singing. Dancing in the dressing room of France's victorious World Cup team now he's retreated from View in. Paris Gregory Suzy Bloomberg, daybreak North Korea is reportedly looking for a bold move from the US before it will move, forward on denuclearization CNN reports the north is looking for a permanent peace treaty to replace the armistice. That ended, the Korean, war it's also pressuring the Trump, administration to. Begin lifting, sanctions now the president has reportedly expressed frustration, behind, closed, doors, about the, progress of talks, though he sees the freezing of. Nuclear and missile tests in North Korea as a positive sign global news twenty four hours a day, on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more. Than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in Washington I'm Nathan Hager. This is Bloomberg John Nathan thanks a lot. Coming up on five ten Wall Street time now for the Bloomberg NBC sports report good morning John Stashower John no game at the stadium the one to decide the subway series reindeer Mets and Yankees both at a night out scheduled for August thirteenth so. In three. Weeks they'll make last night off Yankees and moved on to Tampa Bay with. Masahiro Tanaka pushback back The Baptists I start after the all star break back to Friday the veteran extra ranch. The Mets will. Start Jacob degrom tonight city. Field against San Diego under the heading of these things only. Happen to the Mets they have put. Noah Syndergaard, back on the disabled list this time with. And foot and mouth disease believed to have been contracted an appearance at a baseball game may miss only one. Star at the British, Open Tiger Woods teed off on the eleventh all with sole possession of the lead didn't last Logitech off myself. For sure I had a chance starting that back nine. To to do something and, I. Didn't do. It I thought nine would be. The number, you know there's three guys, at, nine figure one. Of the three guys but she'd even on those, tough out there and next thing lo and behold tight. Felise and then I'm. Leading tag. It with a double bogey then, a bogey, dropped down the winner has blamed thirty five year old talion Francesco Molinari bogey-free round. Of sixty nine for this eight.
Trump on Democrats calling to abolish ICE: "I love that issue"
"Radio ko bj i'm robert wood topping austin's news president trump sat down with fox's maria barreda romo burn interview that will air on her show sunday morning futures discussing recent call from some democratic politicians to abolish the us immigrations and customs enforcement service you get rid of ice you're gonna have a country that you're going to be afraid to walk out of your house i love that issue if they could actually do that seventy one year old brian motorists was seriously injured after he was struck by a bullet that accidentally discharged from a rifle that a man was cleaning and a nearby home the suspect in the fatal shooting of eighteen year old davin gross has been arrested twentyfouryearold stanley earl pates is in williamson county jail charged with killing earlier this week the klbj radar weather watch midseventies overnight near one hundred tomorrow i'm robert would get news on demand newsradio klbj dot com join what are you get.
Philadelphia hosts Villanova victory parade
"Strike if a deal on a new contract for them is not reached by monday that would affect three you of 'em campuses lecture union wants more money a seventeen year old clinton township girl sentenced today for stabbing to death her mother who was disabled and bound to a wheelchair deal i evans was found guilty but mentally ill for the murder on christmas day of two thousand sixteen delta airlines was hacked some of its customers payment information was breached in a cyber attack it was last fall the airline says that a services provider used by delta and other companies reported the incident delta says that only a small subset of customers were affected with payment information exposed for a month they say that no other personal details about customers like their passport or security or frequent flyer account information was supposedly affected philadelphia is celebrating villanova's second college basketball title in three years with a parade today's parade is not nearly as raucous or passionate is the one for the eagles super bowl victory two months ago the egos drew nearly two million fans comparative tens of thousands for villanova today and the eagles parade strikeout for five miles while this one covers six city blocks sill the fans are delighted davin another championship to celebrate drew trachtenberg philadelphia wgn news time eleven thirty three this is firefighter raphael at reminding you that every day portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes towards helping first responders try the new ruben loaded with hot pastrami sweet and tangy slaw melted swiss or limited time get a medium me ruben for just six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limited time offer participating locations firehouse subs will donate a minimum of one million dollars two thousand eighteen to the firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase wouldn't you set out to find new roads you can't do it alone you need a partner on the journey one you.