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Jim Carafano and Sebastian Discuss Boris Johnson's Resignation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Jim Carafano and Sebastian Discuss Boris Johnson's Resignation

Sebastian and Jim Carafano Discuss the Legacy of the Late Shinzo Abe

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Sebastian and Jim Carafano Discuss the Legacy of the Late Shinzo Abe

"We're still gleaming. The facts of what occurred, his body is still in a morgue, but that doesn't stop the mainstream media like CBS attacking the historic figure that is the late assassinated prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe. Abe was Japan's longest serving prime minister when he left office in 2020 due to ill health. A polarizing figure he was a right-wing nationalist and conservative and a fierce supporter of Japan's military. He fought to amend the country's pacifist constitution in the face of the rising threat from China. While in office, Abe met former president Donald Trump several times to reaffirm Japan's military and trade alliances with the United States. His political opinions were controversial. Controversial NPR called him divisive, polarizing and pro military. We'll talk about the broader consequences of this tragedy, but Jim carafano, vice president heritage, isn't that just disgusting? Look, first of all, if we learn any lesson from here, why any nickel of government funding of taxpayer money goes to NPR is beyond me. They allowed the memory of Castro and dictators when they die. And they attack the head of a democracy. The reality is, is Shinzo Abe, the historic character. Single handedly, he was the first leader in Asia to stand up and look and say China is a threat to all of us. And they will destroy all of our democracies and they will impoverish all of us and unless we stand together, we will get

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Arizona Congressional Candidate Jerone Davison Tells Us About Himself

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:53 sec | Last month

Arizona Congressional Candidate Jerone Davison Tells Us About Himself

"Let's talk about your race. You're talking to 3 million people across the country now, including in Arizona. Tell them a little bit about who Jerome is. My name is Ron Davis and I'm currently a pastor, a former NFL player former issue running back. I'm definitely a Republican, a Trump supporter. I'm a red blooded American and I want to get back to the America first agenda. I feel like there's a lot of things going on and I'm a hybrid. I'm a pastor. I see that there's a spiritual element going on. We are under a spiritual attack. I'm angry at the churches for not standing up and fighting for us. So I decided to leave the church theme for getting to writing policy and stop the hand of Satan and these weaker Democrats. I want to put truth out here so the truth can make people free. I'm going to use my color and my race and my platform and boldness to stop the attacks and the digital assault of the Democrat against our people and against our

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"davison" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last month

"davison" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"But when this rifle is the only thing standing between your family and a dozen angry Democrats and Klan hoods, you just might need that semi-automatic. And all 30 rounds. Now that is how you do political communication for the 3 million of you who are just listening on radio and not watching the video feed. That was Jerome Davison, father author pastor, who's running for Congress in the fourth congressional district of Arizona. He's black, by the way. And the people he had to protect himself from were klansmen, Democrats in white hoods dude, that was such an epic campaign ad. He's with us right now, Jerome, welcome to Mark I.. Hey, Sebastian gorka, man. I'm happy to be on with you. I respect you so much. You are a long time hero of mine and a warrior American hero. I'm so happy and delighted to be on your show. All right, well, your former NFL player ASU, you've written amazing book, the broken strongman. You can follow him at Jerome with an N, Jerome the number four Congress on a Twitter. First things first, I got to ask you because I'm a gun guy. That AI is really cool. What is that AI you're carrying in the ad? Man, it was a brand new gun from one of my friends. It was definitely heavy. 'cause it had everything. It had all the bells and whistles, the lamps, the scopes. It was like a Christmas tree. Yeah, man, it was like, it was a beautiful thing, man. And we have t-shirts and pictures with it. And I said, man, that gun is really, really beautiful. And I got to get me one. And the top tweet on your account right now. It has the video of the ad that everybody has to see hang on. Let me just retweet it again. Hang on. Oh, 5.1 million. 5.1 million views. That's why it works. But the top of the tweet, you have one phrase. Make rifles great again. I think we need bumper stickers that say, make rifles great

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Arizona's Jerone Davison Wants to 'Make Rifles Great Again'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last month

Arizona's Jerone Davison Wants to 'Make Rifles Great Again'

"But when this rifle is the only thing standing between your family and a dozen angry Democrats and Klan hoods, you just might need that semi-automatic. And all 30 rounds. Now that is how you do political communication for the 3 million of you who are just listening on radio and not watching the video feed. That was Jerome Davison, father author pastor, who's running for Congress in the fourth congressional district of Arizona. He's black, by the way. And the people he had to protect himself from were klansmen, Democrats in white hoods dude, that was such an epic campaign ad. He's with us right now, Jerome, welcome to Mark I.. Hey, Sebastian gorka, man. I'm happy to be on with you. I respect you so much. You are a long time hero of mine and a warrior American hero. I'm so happy and delighted to be on your show. All right, well, your former NFL player ASU, you've written amazing book, the broken strongman. You can follow him at Jerome with an N, Jerome the number four Congress on a Twitter. First things first, I got to ask you because I'm a gun guy. That AI is really cool. What is that AI you're carrying in the ad? Man, it was a brand new gun from one of my friends. It was definitely heavy. 'cause it had everything. It had all the bells and whistles, the lamps, the scopes. It was like a Christmas tree. Yeah, man, it was like, it was a beautiful thing, man. And we have t-shirts and pictures with it. And I said, man, that gun is really, really beautiful. And I got to get me one. And the top tweet on your account right now. It has the video of the ad that everybody has to see hang on. Let me just retweet it again. Hang on. Oh, 5.1 million. 5.1 million views. That's why it works. But the top of the tweet, you have one phrase. Make rifles great again. I think we need bumper stickers that say, make rifles great

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"davison" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:06 min | Last month

"davison" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

"Become confident. I think his form as a sophomore is better than herb Jones form as a senior herb Jones amounted to being a 38% three point shooter this year. For the pelicans, I'm not saying that they're one to one prospects, but I think that's the type of trajectory you want to take a gamble on because he's younger and he plays a similar style. His shot, my concern for him like you said was JD Davison is he's got kind of a boxy base. I think Dale and Terry wolf out into a shot. I'm not saying you should jump 5 feet forward like garrison Matthews, but he just goes straight up and he doesn't necessarily release the ball on time necessarily. And I watched him against TCU and one of the best games that I'm sorry sorry trick is you're a TCU guy, but he changed the game. The reason that Arizona won that game was Dale and Terry. I know better to Mather and got all the hype colloquial had 24 and something deal and Terry pressured Mike miles for the last half of the game. He got two steals and transition and he hit one three in the corner. I think if you were to say that the shooting the week is a weakness, I think it's a weakness that you can gamble on getting better and Dale and Terry's defense and secondary ball handling and facilitating is something that you can overlook because you don't necessarily want him to be your best shooter and you can we've talked about this in our podcast that we had two weeks ago. If you get a live wire defender and you haven't wanna offense, you don't need to have him play strong side corner and be a shooter. You can have him be a cutter, play the dunker spot, be it off ball cutter and influence the game defensively with and hide them offensively if his shooting really is that woeful. And I'm not sure it'll be to that extent either. Yeah, and I think just from an outsider looking in kind of thing on Terry, when you first look at him 6, 7 can kind of shoot, can handle the ball and lights out defense. The two things that you stand out to me is John Schwartz naturally get better. You usually don't see players, especially under classmen. You don't see their jump shots get worse. So if his jump shot does improve even, say, I'm ball parking here just completely throwing a number out 20%. He gets 20% better as a shooter. What does that look like while he's adding strength in getting stronger? What does that kind of number look like and what kind of players that I think that's a starter in this league? Again, I haven't seen I haven't dived into him. That's why I'm kind of reserving some thoughts, but from the initial thoughts I've gotten from the two games I've seen of him, and I haven't focused on him as much as I have Mather, and that's why I'm also, again, taking the backseat, but I do think someone like that could easily stick in the NBA and honestly with the way he had it. I liked his NCAA tournament. I could see with a lot of GMs getting their first taste of him. I could see him climbing up to borderline first round pig status. Where do you see him going in the draft potentially? I think because he still a raw prospect that if he stays in the graph and I want to preface that with an if. I think he could really improve his stock by going back to Arizona being the guy as a pick and roll facilitator improving that. Maybe shooting 5% better from three and he becomes a surefire first round pick in my opinion. I think right now he's his range is about 35 to 50. In the draft and the reason I remain very confident in his ability is there are not letters that are really good defenders that don't have awful shots that don't really stick. When they're young and they can pass the ball and rebound the ball. I think his makeup is something that we talked about this with Harrison Ingram. I'll put this one. Here's an Ingram. We talked about how he was forced to play a role that is not one he'll play in the NBA, and I think it could be helpful, but people frown upon it. Dale and Terry is playing the exact role he'll play in the NBA, but to a higher degree because of there's fewer good players on Arizona than there will be on an NBA team despite how good they were. He knows his role perfectly. He grew up playing with Evan mobley. He grew up playing with stars all around and he knows how to serve a team without his number being called, and he'll always play good defense. So always pass the ball, he'll rebound the ball, and I think any team that is going to draft and trying to add to a solid team, 35 through 50, we'll appreciate that skill set and I think you could get a guy who can be a bench player early in the career and later in the career could be a starter and a key glue guide to a contending team. Yeah, I think the only way he doesn't translate is really if the jump shooting somehow falls off a cliff. And the free throw percentage isn't exactly high, 74%, but also most guys at 74% unless they're three point percentage. The three point percentage doesn't there's really no indication that it would fail, right? Like last year, he got a lot better overall as a shooter, went from 61% to 74% from the line, 33% to 36 as an overall shooter and went from 41 to 50% overall field goal percentage. There's no real indication for me that he would just suddenly go backwards. So I don't think that shooting is a reason to fail. And that's why I ultimately agree. I think he should get his volume, be the top junior of next year's class and come back. But if you were to come out this year, I do think he could flirt with a first round pick. I don't know about you, but that's pretty much my final takeaway. Let me know if you have any thoughts about the draft projection range. And then also just kind of comparison anything like that. And then we'll wrap this up. I think my main comparison I've said is herb Jones. There are slightly different herbs, a little bigger than he is. But I think the idea of playing facilitator in college and then just defender and ultimate glue guy in the NBA is really projectable. And obviously I heard John saw into the perfect situation, it's become a really high level rotational piece and a team that's in the play in games. Immediately as a rookie. And I'm not saying necessarily Dylan Teri does that immediately, but I think he's.

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"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

"Defense numbers actually were lower than you think and I went through and watched every single isolation defensive possession he played on the season and there were only three accountant three where the person scored on him where he was he was directly responsible. One was a face up three. One was a bank shot two from Johnny Jews and one was a drop drop step spin move from Spencer Jones at Stanford where he just took the wrong angle and the spin was a nice counter. The other Terry stays in front of his man, he makes point guards through small forwards, really uncomfortable with the ball. He's one of the best off ball defenders in terms of gambling for steals and coming up with seals. And that contributes to his prowess and transition. And he's just that guy you really want on your team because he rebounds. He steals the ball, he shoots at a competent level. He makes your best players better and he doesn't ask for a numbers himself. I'm a jazz fan. I'll fully admit this. If the jazz were to sneak into the second round trade for a pick, I would love to take Dale and Terry because while he could boost his stock and go back to school, I think there's a market for him in the NBA because of what herb Jones has done and said and you play good defense. You get a few steals in your own selfish and teams will come calling for you. So that's my pitch for Dale and Terry. Yeah, I like it. And the reason I like you go is I'll be a 100% honest. I don't like doing the, you know, I've seen like 40% of what I actually want to see of him. I don't want to talk out of my ass and just be like, oh, well, you know, this is this because the numbers say something that I have no idea what I'm saying. So I'm letting you dominate this intentionally. So the one concern I have, this has always been my thing with Dale and Terry, why I've held bath on him is the jump shot form is a little bit weird. I was curious of what you think of the jump shooting translating to the NBA. I think they'll.

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"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

"Drive. I'd like to see him get some more art. But if he can learn to score, I think that's a big swing skill. Talk to me about what you see in the negatives from your research. I've got a couple. And I think you hit on a few. First of all, I think you made a really good point about his form on the jump shot. I was speaking just solely about the top half of his jumper, but I agree about his bottom, the base is too wide, and he jumps. I think he jumps too high, and his jump shot and he releases it late personally. One thing that he should excel in is transition because of his athletic profile, but he's only 42nd percentile and transition in Alabama runs a lot. So that concerns me the fact that he missed a lot of easy finishes around the rim that could be fixable. But that should be something he should excel in in a half court he was only 29th percentile and that's where when the game slowed down and he had to create all of his offense off of just beating people because he played the point at times and the scoring was coming from shackleford and kinley at times. So meaning that he had to facilitate his scoring wasn't coming off of attacking catches. It was coming just off of his creation. And sometimes he really struggled there. And I think you mentioned an important thing about his passing off of drives being good to shooters, but he often missed roll guys. He's only 29% tile and pick and roll. And I think he did a far better job going right than left. Sure, some of that could be schematics like Alabama wanted him getting to his right hand, but he went to his right far more frequently than he did his left and more effectively. And I would say the fact that he's only, you said, he's listed 6 three. I would be shocked if he's above 6 two. If you have a 6 two guy whose main trade is athleticism is shooting his questionable and is creation has flaws. I'm a little tentative to take him despite the athletic profile he presents. Yeah, and I think that speaks to kind of that's actually a very good segue into some of this. First of all, it's similarities and then also just kind of projected draft range. And again, the best case worst case in the role that we expect starting with the similarities in terms of the play style, I mean, I see a ton of Dennis Smith junior and him, the quick feed on defense, helps him be can hold, he can hold his own at times. I know a lot of maps fans kind of overhyped his defense and saying like, oh, he's a really good defender and he had flashes of actually being a good defender, but the issue is, is he was hidden in a way by Rick Carlisle where he put him on guards who were similarly saw us. And that's where I think JD Davison will absolutely thrive. He can stay in front of his man and be a past be a past excuse me, be pesky. And I think that's ultimately a big thing for JD Davison. However, you switch them onto a two guard, you put them on Devin Booker, he has no chance. I mean, obviously it's an all first team potentially all MBA guy, but even I don't know if he can hang with guys on defense like Jordan Clarkson. It's that kind of stuff scares me to kind of tone it down a little bit. But what are your best case worst case roles in the expected role in them? Where do you see him going in the draft? Is that he ends up being a kind of spark plug 6, 7th man type of guy? I don't see him quite as a starter. Maybe I'm just lower than the consensus. I think he could be able to score and run an offense with pace and be on a quick tempo back court off the bench in some team. I think my worst case is he struggles to find a spot in the league. I don't know if he doesn't make the league in a long in a long-term situation, but you mentioned Dennis junior and I would say Dennis Smith junior was a better athlete than JD. Davidson. And he's struggling to find a spot in the league after 5 years. And I think there are skills he had as an individual score that were better than what JD has. JD may have a may have played on a better team, so he didn't have to score and we didn't see him score the same level. But I think he's going to struggle score against the length and athleticism in the NBA because I saw him against Notre-Dame and he was missing a lot, a lot of finishes against a relatively under athletic front court of Paul Atkinson and Nate leski. That was one game, but that was in person. It struck me. And then I don't really have a comparison for him. I think Dennis junior was a good one. I don't have anything that's terribly creative for that. But in the draft, I have him in my mid second round. I don't have him as a first round even though a lot of people seem to. I just think he needs to shoot better or finish better because defense can only take you so far when you're not really a true point guard in my opinion. So I'm a little lower than the consensus on him. I'm curious to hear your thoughts. Yeah, I think he's I'm also with you. I mean, I wouldn't touch him at the first round pick. The swing skill for me is really, does he have a basketball key that can sustain. The passing volume of assists go up while the turnovers either stay the same or go lower? I don't know. I think that's going to be a good function of the basketball like you because I really don't know. I don't know if it's good or bad, so to me it kind of screams neutral. But I think that's going to be a big swing skill. I don't even think the jump shots did. I think it's really, when you look at Dennis Smith junior, the reason he's not latching on is because to be blunt. I mean, the feel for the game has been really weak. I mean, that's something that has been an issue in Dallas. He couldn't play with another guard. I think that's a huge indicator of basketball queue and feel for the game is can you play with someone who is similar to you? How do you adapt? Things like that and Dennis Smith couldn't do that. So enough about DS, J, but can JD Davison do it. And you brought up some good points. The team that JD Davison had at Alabama kind of actually showed flashes that he could. I mean, because the way they played with queerly and shackle Ford, you know, they were a lot of guards. There were a lot of mounts to feed on that team. So it was a little bit tough, but ultimately I see him going in the second round, I'd honestly be shocked if he goes so then the first ten picks. But interested if you have any other thoughts or.

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"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

"So back to lean filling in for Raphael Barlow as he makes his way back to the states for draft season. We are going to do another NCAA player. This one out of the SEC we just did a patch 12 player. We're kind of swapping around the conferences. We'll make our way back to the PAC 12. But we're going to start this portion with JD Davison. JD Davison was an intriguing high school prospect. He was top ten recruit last year. He's a one and done freshman average 8 and a half points per game. 4.3 assists 4.8 rebounds a game. One steal a game had three turnovers again, which is really high. That was on 46% shooting. Then you get to the three point shooting. It was 30% and then free throw percentage is lower than where you'd want it at 73% leaf. Kick us off with JD Davis, because I know you've recently started to dive into him. What are your thoughts? Let's start with the pros and then we'll make our way to the cons. Just how close it is. I watched him in person against Notre-Dame in the first round of the NCAA tournament. And you could see that his first step and his bounce when attacking the room was elite. Finishing wise, he left some to be desired, but that's fixable, I think. He's a good isolation player and he's a good perimeter defender. And I think those are all traits that you want in a guard, especially someone that won't necessarily be given the reins to your offense, like immediately, he can have potential and you say, well, if you're a backup, like we want you to be good on defense, we want you to have a good first step and I think those are the pros. And I think his form is solid. The shot is not quite there, in my opinion. But his form is solid and that gives you a good basis to work with, especially because he's young and Uber athletic. Yeah, I'm not as big on his form. It's mostly the base. I think the release is good. The jump shot release itself is good, but the bottom half where I just feel like I'm not a fan of big boxy jumpers. So the reason why this is a little bit lower on Jalen green's jump shot, I think that kind of stuff, you present yourself with obstacles that are a little bit unnecessary. But that's a con and I'll get to that. But I absolutely everything you're going to hear on this starts with the explosiveness and the athleticism. Defensively, he has crazy quick feet. He can move very well on the perimeter. He has great, quick change of direction when he's driving when he's in transition, he can go left, right, left, right. He's a windshield wiper in transition. He's all around him. He's really hard to stop that way. And then above that, he's also an explosive finisher that can finish above the rim with the head of steam and we've seen it a little bit in half court. Definitely seen it in the full court. And then also the other big skill for me is passing. I think he really knows how to exploit defenses and while I did criticize the turnovers, the three a game. A lot of that does come from the daring Ness, I guess, of willing to try crazy things as a pastor, where he's trying to thread the needle a little bit too much. And honestly, I'd rather have those mistakes than fundamental mistakes where it's like really, you couldn't like you traveled or something like that. But he passes out a drives really well. I think he has good vision. He knows for his teammates are. I'm confident in those two things. The athleticism and playmaking. Now, unfortunately, I'll kick off some of the cons and I'll let you take over from there. But the turnovers are an issue obviously. He has really short arms I mentioned the quick feet defensively by the wingspan is going to hold him back. I can't see him measuring more than plus one or plus two but the absolute most and he's already a little bit undersized at these listed at 6 three, but I personally don't see him as that tall. And then the other thing, I mean, it just really comes down to anything with shooting. The jump shot needs to be more consistent. His floaters really flat. It's a line drive. I'd like to see him get some more art. But if he can learn to score, I think that's a big swing skill. Talk to me about what you see in the negatives from your research. I've got a couple. And.

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"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

06:41 min | 4 months ago

"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

"Lack of explosion, the difference, though, is that I think he's a bit stiff defensively where his hips can just freeze on him at any given moment. And that kind of worries me. I don't know what you think of his defense and some of his other weaknesses, but we'll have to hear your thoughts on that. Yeah, I think there are players that can expose him a little bit defensively because you mentioned he gets upright and stiff. That said he rated as a very good isolation defender. I think a lot of his isolation issues defensively came on switching onto small guards. I don't think he's necessarily a guy, which is one through 5. That's everyone's appeal, but very few people actually do that. But I think he Garth took through four fairly well. He's very strong. I think he's as stronger player than Kyle Anderson is. Or especially at that same stage when Kyle Anderson was coming out of UCLA. I think Harrison Ingram in 1819 years old was far far more physical. And the other thing I'll say is he's active and he's aware defensively. He's rotates very well is off ball defense is really good. And Stanford's defense is a pack line, meaning that he doesn't get a lot of steel. So if you're worried about like, oh, he's 6, 8, he doesn't have a ton of steals. That's something I don't think you should be too worried about because he's always in the right spots. And even then he gets his hand on a lot of basketballs. And then one thing I want to add about offense where we're talking about cons. I think sometimes he's so determined to get his way to the perfect spot. He passes up on shots that I think will be more evident and frequently available for him at the NBA level, whereas in the college he was the best individual creator on Stanford. And so I think one of the cons is a pro for his pro game is that he won't have to do that. And so a lot of the shots will be cutting or spot ups as opposed to pump fake, one dribble, get to the mid post and shoot tougher shots, which really hurt his percentages. And I think the fact that he was able and forced to do that will actually help him in the long run and it will be it'll be a con in terms of his percentages and the scattering report. But I think it'll be a pro in the long run for his pro career. Yeah, and something to think about when scouting players like these guys who are first options in college, but absolutely have no business being a first option in the MBA is you have to look at what they're actually going to do. I mean, the post office, let's be real. The post-ops are going to be so minimal. And that was like his fourth highest play run in college or 5th high, it's something like that. That is no weird near what will actually be the truth in the NBA for him. If he's posting up, it's because he's got someone tiny on him. That is the only reason Mike, if he's got a Trey Burke on him or something, yeah, go ahead and post them up. But other than that, it's not going to happen, and that's not something that happens probably 25 times in an MBA season for a role player like Harrison Ingram. I like how and one other thing actually and I like how you brought up the off ball defense and the motor pretty much. I think that's important to note. The only other con I would bring up is just the shot. It's slow. It's a set shot. That's kind of a weakness for me. I'm iffy about those kind of guys, but ultimately I do think that he can improve in the touches there. I think he has good follow through and everything, but let's do kind of we do this on every time I do a scouting report. Expected role worst case best case, and then if you want throw comparison in there and where you think you'll get drafted, for me, I think the comparison I already touched on Kyle Anderson, I think it's the perfect comparison. But let's talk about the best case worst case and expected role. I'm interested to hear your thoughts. Is that you get a 5th starter? A 5th starter who can fill in and be a 12 points a game, 6 rebounds, and by a midway through his career. And he plays solid defense and he's a very good team player. And I think the most likely cases he's like a 6 or 7th man who plays good defense and he plays similarly on a better team. And so if he's on a good team, I think you can move him lower his minutes, but his effectiveness will rise. And I think worst case is that is shooting doesn't improve. And now he's just a solid athlete but not an explosive one and someone that plays tenth man on a solid team. And he could always contribute a bad team. But I see his game style contributing more and helping more on a good team than one that is striving to rebuild. And then a comparison, you mentioned Kyle Anderson, I think that's a really good one. I kind of see, and this one, this one's a little out there. I kind of see a worse shooting Sadiq bay, also just the way that they're built neither explodes out of the gym. But they're very solid they have good footwork. They jump stop, they defend, especially they smartly defend. They're not going to overwhelm you physically. The difference is Sadiq bay can shoot the lights out. And I think Harrison Ingram is never going to get to that level of shooting, but I think he's a slightly better athlete version of how I understand and not as good a shooter as a big face. So those are kind of my two. Yeah, I like that. I like that. And I would touch on the worst case best case. I think I agree with the best case. The worst case, I actually think he's out of the league if he can't shoot. That's our major break thing. I think it's very want, but I think if he's not shooting the ball, even if that 31% number is it, I'm going to have a hard time. I don't know if he's going to be a good enough to defend her and pass her combo to make up for it and actually earn consistent minutes. I think that Trump shots a massive swing skill. Where do you think he gets drafted? Last 5 picks of the first draft and then maybe that's probably where I would say is the most likely and I could see him go on to kind of in that 25 to 35 range is kind of where my thought process is. I would pick him around there and I could see a team getting happy with, oh wow, we got a 6 8 freshman that was forced to play on ball and now we'll have him play off ball that could see a team falling in love with him taking you before then and I can see people being worried by his shot and taking him below 35, but I think 25 to 35 is kind of the range where he'll likely hear his name called. Yeah, I think his best case is like 29 through 30 is pick. And then could fall down in the 40s. I really do wonder how the stats just don't favor him and the stats plus I test like with the athleticism in terms of that. Definitely doesn't do him any favors. So I can see him kind of falling in that regard, but that was our Harrison Ingram scouting report out of Stanford. On the other side, we're going to talk about JD Davison from Alabama, the explosive guard in what we like and don't like kind of do the same thing with JD Davison. But first, let me tell you about shady rates. Shady raises an independent sunglasses company that gives you the features of.

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"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

06:26 min | 4 months ago

"davison" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

"Welcome to locked on big board. My name is Richard stamen. This is my first episode. I'm replacing Raphael as a fair warning on this episode. Leaf and I are going to win and I are going to give you scouting reports on JD Davison Harrison Ingram and Dale and Terry. Coming up on this episode of walked on big board. You are locked on NBA big board. Part of the locked on podcast network. Your team every day. Welcome to locked on big board. My name is Richard staman joined by weave to lean. Thank you for making us your first listen of today, this Wednesday. You know, this is my first time doing this on this show in case you're unfamiliar. We have rebranded Raphael is out today. He is coming back to the states if you heard our episode yesterday with me on there. He is, he's packing up and he's coming home. So for draft season, he'll be back in everything, but for now you've got me and leif, this is the old Tuesday squad on locked on NBA draft leaf, what you got for me. I'm excited, man. The rebrand we're going to get just the same basketball coverage for you and hopefully more or listeners to delve into the depths of our brains between us too, Raphael and everyone involved. So I'm excited to talk about the draft with you even more. Yeah, likewise. And so why don't we just dive right into it. So for today's episode, like I said, we're going to do three separate scouting reports. We're going to try and make this kind of quick for you. We're going to start off with Harrison Ingram. Harrison Ingram's a brilliant intriguing wing out of Dallas, Texas. He plays for Stanford. He's been half of locked on MBA drafts. Eric, excuse me, locked on big board. Got to get that through my head. Our backyard in saint mark's high school in Dallas, which is just kind of in central Dallas. I never got to see him in high school, even though I told myself for years I would go and see a game of his. I couldn't bring myself to it because like the mouths were buying or something. So a little bit mad at myself, but I did make the trip down to Baylor when he was there and in November. And I was impressed. The stats don't do him justice. I'm going to read these stats and you're going to be kind of like really, this guy's a first round prospect. So he averaged ten and a half points per game, three assists per game just under 7 rebounds per game, one steel game. And that was on 39% shooting 31% from three and 66% from the free throw line. And he's 6 8, two 30. Leaf, why don't you I know you're a Stanford fan. So you have a lot of insight on Harrison Ingram, but talk to me about what you like and whether that's sort of the pros on Harrison Ingram. Yeah, he's got an NBA ready body, I think, is the first thing that as a fresh when he was already using his body to bully defenders and gets the rim defensively. He's switchable. And I think one thing that provides a lot of the knocks on him is, oh, he's not the most efficient score. Oh, he's not like, if you look at synergy stats, he's not the best isolation score he's average by percentile. His half court efficiency offensively is not great. Well, what they asked him to do is be a star as a freshman who likes to play role play. Role playing minutes, like he was on the FIBA U 19 team and he came off the bench and he provided excellent minutes there playing a role. He wasn't meant to be the star at the ball in his hands and that's what he was forced to be at Stanford. And there were times where he excelled in that position because of individual talent. He took over games late and sent a few games into overtime and was very good in the clutch minutes. But that said, his bread and butter is playing defense being a secondary facilitator being steady and being able to score in a multitude of ways his shot has good form. It's not the most beautiful result yet, but there's a building blocks and then I think he can score from near the rim. He's got really good finishing ability. He's very good in transition. And he's got an interesting kind of mid post game where he can pass out of there and he's like I mentioned he's a secondary facilitator at 6 8 and he can be one of your better defenders at the next level as well. Yeah, and with Ingram, you kind of touched on a lot of the points. I mean, the synergy sats I'll read more stats to you, which I know everybody wants listen, do you want a podcast? But 20th percentile in pick and roll ball handling, this is probably his best one in real sample size, which are spot up shooting 53rd percentile, which is like fine. Post up, he was 18 percentile, and this is all in descending order of most frequent play types he ran. Offensive rebounds 27 percentile. And then cuts and isolation, 74 percentile 60 percentile. The transition 90th percentile, but the last three were 26, 25 and 24 possessions. So sample size was small. I think you, I think you put a good point on it, which was about the finishing. I noted that I think the finishing skill is there. I looked at his numbers and on the shot chart, it's not that nice, it's 49%, which is below average, but I'm pulling up now on hoop math who I've always used them, and it's actually very similar. 51% at the rim. It's not much better. That is really low. That's usually what small guards finish at. So the numbers aren't there, but I think this kind of comes back to what we said at the beginning. The stats really underrate him because he was playing a role he wasn't intended to be playing. He's in the NBA a 6 8 wing that can run pick and roll. I think he's very efficient in pick and roll sets that they ran for him, both as the score for himself and setting up others for easing looks. And one thing that makes him so skilled out of the pick and roll is that he can pass with both hands and he has really good vision. And he is ridiculously patient. I think that helped him as a passer in college because this tempo is a little bit slower. He could be even more patient and wait for the perfect play to come in into action. So I really like what he brings as an offensive player. Kind of going into the cons, my main thing, there's two things for me. And they kind of go hand in hand. I think he lacks explosion, especially for someone 6 8. You're walking in a guy who will get into comparisons in a minute, but I mean, like, very similar to Kylie Anderson. The frame, the lack of explosion, the difference, though, is that I think he's a bit stiff defensively where his hips can just freeze on him at any given moment. And that kind of worries me..

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Davis hurt, No. 10 Wisconsin misses B10 clinch, Huskers win

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Davis hurt, No. 10 Wisconsin misses B10 clinch, Huskers win

"Tenth ranked Wisconsin missed a chance to clinch the big ten title outright by falling to Nebraska seventy four seventy three Alonzo verge junior scored Nebraska's last nine points part of a twelve will rally in the final minutes the badgers finished the game with that Johnny Davis who was injured on a flagrant foul early in the second half Brad Davison scored twenty points for Wisconsin which had won five in a row the outcome force Wisconsin to share the league title with Illinois the Illini beat number twenty four Iowa seventy four seventy two was Kofi Carper delivered twenty one points and fourteen rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 10 Badgers nip No. 8 Purdue for share of Big Ten title

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

No. 10 Badgers nip No. 8 Purdue for share of Big Ten title

"Wisconsin has pulled out close games all season long and a late three point bank shot goes their way in a seventy to sixty seven win over Purdue it allowed the Panthers to clinch a share of the Big Ten Conference championship senior guard Brad Davison says that right he is coming into the game we didn't feel like we had a lot of pressure I think the pressure was more so on Purdue night for us it was just one big opportunity go out there and win the big ten in front of our home fans and make a statement freshman Chucky Hepburn race full court hit a bank shot three pointer with one point five seconds left for the game winner seconds earlier produce Jaden Ivey have tied it with a three Hepburn had a career high seventeen points Wisconsin plays home to Nebraska on Sunday a win will give the badgers the outright conference championship Chuck Freeman medicine

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The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 6 months ago

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"Action against the decision asking the attorney general to appeal The judge's decision cultivates chaos for parents families teachers and school administrators across the state The judge's decision covers districts across the state but not Chicago public schools according to the ruling collectively bargain agreements remain enforceable Some schools will stay with their mask rolls while others go optional The attorney general expects the appeal to be resolved within two weeks Mallory of war broker 8 90 WLS news Meantime parents are weighing in a school scramble I'm upset I think it's the wrong call Superintendent of Timothy Christian schools and elmhurst Matt Davison talked to ABC 7 He's in support of the options We believe that we can achieve this We're seeing it done in so many places Tens of thousands of schools across the country have been mass optional all year long He believes he has the support of most of his school community with nearly 1300 students Meantime Illinois public health officials reporting around 4700 new cases of COVID today in 31 related deaths the 7 day statewide test positivity rate is 7.2% and 62.6% of the state's population is fully

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Davis delivers as No. 11 Wisconsin defeats Minnesota 66-60

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Davis delivers as No. 11 Wisconsin defeats Minnesota 66-60

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Why Are Non-COVID Deaths Up 40%?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 7 months ago

Why Are Non-COVID Deaths Up 40%?

"And what we saw just in third quarter, we're seeing a continue into fourth quarter is that death rates are up 40% over what they were pre-pandemic. Now, just to give you an idea of how bad that is, a three sigma or a one in 200 year catastrophe would be 10% increase over pre-pandemic. So 40% is just unheard of. And what the data is showing to us is that the deaths that are being reported as COVID deaths greatly understate the actual death losses among working age people from the pandemic. It may not all be COVID on their death certificate, but deaths are up just a huge, huge numbers. That is Scott Davison, who is the CEO of a $100 billion insurance company that is headquartered in Indianapolis, and they have customers across the country. The company has approximately 2400 employees, and sells life insurance, including group life insurance to employers nationwide. Again, let me repeat what he said. We are seeing huge, huge numbers, and that it's not elderly people who are dying, but primarily working age people 18 to 64. What we saw in the third quarter and were continuous to see it into the fourth quarter is that death rates are up over 40% what they were pre-pandemic. Just to give an idea of how bad that is, a three sigma or a one in a 200 year catastrophe would be a 10% increase over pre-pandemic. So 40% is just unheard of. So he says that, look, a one in 200 year catastrophe, a flood a tsunami, yellow fever would be 10%, 40%, death increase. For people ages 18 to 64. Now, for those of you that are listening on radio or podcasting or live stream, have you heard any of your elected officials, any of the politicians that you send to state capitals or to Washington D.C. even mention this? A 40% increase in death amongst working age people. What could possibly explain this?

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Wisconsin holds off No. 12 Houston with 65-63 upset

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Wisconsin holds off No. 12 Houston with 65-63 upset

"Wisconsin blew most of a twenty point halftime lead before eking out a sixty five sixty three upset over twelfth ranked Houston in the Maui invitational semifinals Johnny Davis scored a career high thirty points on ten of eighteen from the floor including four of seven from three point range Tyler wall chipped in with nine points and seven rebounds while Brad Davison also had nine points for the foreign one badgers Kyler Edwards had a team high eighteen points for the Cougars including a three pointer that got Houston within two in the final minute Edwards hit five treys in the second half but the Cougars fell to foreign one I'm Dave Ferrie

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"davison" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"davison" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"So in philadelphia and washington. Now one of the most important positive was gonna gettysburg. It was well me and my father would junkies on the historic a lot to learn about the civil war and things like that so we started in gettysburg's institute days which is which is interesting. The thing that happened then you just can't you cannot even begin to explain and then we headed in Back after We took a trip to pittsburgh and as we went to pittsburgh the first time for my my father day it was now march second time policies. It was my third time. Going to pittsburgh. But i've been the previously talked for four by being there in twenty fifteen fifteen and i had been a in. I believe wolves deal with ravens on christmas day when he's sixteen but it was important to me to to take my dad to pittsburgh to understand the cd. And then i caught my arm. It's my second home loss by her from firm. Every time i love the people the city itself. I love the people you made friends over the now. I'm down to three friends everyday. One good night day drivers around pittsburgh for the dinners and allies had a an awesome time over there in. Pittsburgh and went took my dad to washington. Let's overlooks the stadium. It's really cool city. When you really think about it ronald ronald rip off. It's easy to get around. We took to huntsville tour. Which is awesome. If you ever get the chance to do that. On some people have been told game of still go. The tour he will through the locker rooms The field i took a bit of grass on probation. I got someone but it's amazing. It's amazing to be a debate with your dad. And he if you take one of your family members who died really understandable but if they appreciate that you understand football it's even better like in school going solo but it's crazy an awesome to be with someone who understands your passion for the team and the steelers and you can enjoy that moment. Like what were they. I think to allah's it's another way are hooley duly on a When welby next. When will i be here with my dad again. Probably may never be against it really sunk suck it up and think like it's a something passionate about in. I very appreciative. That's my dad was to enjoy it as wallin on smiling about learning about the steelers and he's also small because he learning about the history and his big band and the monuments. Dan stays and just everything about that. Sighting means is because it is so far away from us. We tend to really appreciate at. They're just walking knowing you're in the stadium where so much history has happened is just one incredible feelings. You dislike yet like honestly if land the chance. I would probably wear it for free. I would not our money. Whatever it wouldn't bother me. I would love to do a some of the. Oh you know. It'd be a part of the team having why what that day. We're also enjoying it. Was we will possibly immaculate perception. And then is what's that and i said you can like. I told him the whole story just yet. So much kolja history there as well as it just. I can't even nonni who woods to discount at system. It's something that i think. Every fan needs to to appreciate an goto and even better when your family members say them drawing when you say dad or your mother role will wanna fail members. Really trying to understand your foot. It's really cool. That's what i appreciate about my dad. Being a steelers fan will will because he's still van because a may interact with the cd nassem questions than we're going after breakfast way Having launches in its own city just yet cool. It's been a few tom so it was kind of like i was the to god which was awesome That tended to wrap up. How american juban between we aren't from pittsburgh which is awesome and then we went to out my dad's al bucket list. Which was the bucket list which was full so he'd never been to niagara falls. We go through. The journey from pittsburgh took the bus all the way up to Foles need saying that for the first time yet in ronan general in the steelers Cool story now. I miss it when we over the shot. We went from new york philadelphia. Washington gettysburg pittsburgh niagara falls. We did that in two or three weeks and we learnt we saw so many amazing cds. We had so much making food. We just learned so much about the american culture and we love about most went on in america too is talking to the people. If it's servants someone the ticket window and her low has you die and have a conversation they learn your store and you learn ways and yet to have that wadad be part of that was really cool when on probably hold onto forever. That was a good trip was an amazing trip. That was in two years ago. I think it was two years ago today. Around this time. I was in washington around the june. We were traveling back and forth and understanding the the american culture. So yeah jeeze goes off. Wish everyone happy father's day out there. If you're a stray living in america you have to follow that. You have one in america coming up and you'll have another father's day in september just before.

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"davison" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"davison" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Places in who introduced us to so many different things and they still continue to teach us. Colts celebrates dad's not just on june twentieth. But every single day with gifts that will mean a lot to them. Kohl's has a bunch of gift ideas from outdoor entertaining like grills in equipment to team apparel accessories like hats jerseys in umbrella that are branded with his favorite pro and college teams to watches and baseball caps. You'll find his favorite things only at kohl's and look if if the fathers in your life always on the move. Coles has all of the top active brands to like nike under armour and adidas. This is the only place to shop for father's day so shop now at kohls dot com. It's the perfect way to thank all of the fathers in your life. Hello everyone. I'm eve's in welcome to this day in history class a show that will convince you that history can be fascinating. Even when you expected not to be. The day was june fourth nineteen thirteen. Suffragette emily davison was trampled by a horse at the epsom derby. She died four days later. The intentions of her actions leading to the accident have been a topic of debate in one thousand nine thousand six davidson joined the women's social and political union the w. p you was a militant political organization that campaigned for women's suffrage in the uk at the time davis analysts. Thirty four years old and worked as a governess but she soon left her job to work for the movement. Full-time davison was a devout christian and advocated for socialism as a feminist and stuff that she was militant and often confrontational. She was arrested and imprisoned several times. She went to jail for the first time in. Nineteen o nine. After marching to see prime minister. H h asquith. With a group led by suffragette door. Marston she and several other women ended up being charged with obstruction and assaulting police davison was later imprisoned for throwing stones at people and setting pillar boxes on fire while in prison she would go on. Hunger strikes and was forced faded in one thousand. Nine hundred twelve jumped from prison balcony and protest of her treatment and injured her head and vertebrae when june fourth nineteen thirteen davison attended the derby. She had to w. s. p. u. flags which bore the colors purple white and green to found a spot at tattenham corner. The last been for the final straight as the horses came around tattenham corner. Davison ducked under the railing onto the track. Once she made it onto the track. King george the fifth or struck. Her davidson was knocked unconscious in the horse. Bill in through. Office jockey pervert jones. The incident was caught on camera. Davison and jones were taken to the hospital. Jones had a concussion was soon sent home but davidson never regained consciousness and died from a fracture at the base of her skull on june eighth davidson funeral on june fourteenth involved a procession of thousands of people the w. s. p. pegged her as a martyr while the media questioned her mental stability and pointed to her reputation as a militant suffrage. Jet opinion is divided on whether davison intended to die or just wanted to disrupt the derby. Some historians say that she was trying to attach a flag to the horse. Other people believe that she was trying to cross the tracks in something that she was trying to pull the horse down at the time. Davidson was carrying return train ticket from epsom and had made plans with her sister for the near future. Some people point to this fact as evidence that she did not intend to die by suicide that day when world war one broke out in nineteen fourteen s. p. founder emily pankhurst system ended the organisation's militant activities and focused on recruiting women.

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Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse

How I Built This

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Clubhouse

"So today. We're releasing a special live episode of the show. It's my conversation with paul davison and rohan. Seth co founders of the social media app clubhouse. I spoke with pawn rohan back in april for a how i built. This live event that we did on clubhouse now. If you don't know a clubhouse is that may be because you choose to ignore news and that's okay no judgment but basically it's a social media app but in audio format clubhouse allows people to an audio chat rooms to discuss anything from sports to politics to networking and currently the app has over ten million users clubhouse launched in march of twenty twenty just as the pandemic began shutting things down. The timing couldn't have been better since there was a newfound demand for people to connect. Virtually paul ro haunt of started working on what would eventually become clubhouse a year earlier in two thousand nineteen. It was the first business they ever worked on together which is surprising because before that they kind of lived. Parallel lives both attended stanford for undergrad and grad school. Both spend time working at google and both started social media apps that were eventually acquired the first place paths could have crossed was at stanford row. Han came to the. Us from india and was getting his undergraduate degree in computer. Science and paul was trying to break into the startup world while he was at stanford graduate school of business and honestly. It's probably generous to claim that. I that i knew what i was doing. I was just really interested. In getting involved in the start up world and so i like the idea of going back to stanford and just immersing myself in that so it was a great experience. I went back to school there and spent most of my time just working on independent research projects working with local startups and entrepreneurs doing small group dinners and faculty lunches and and thinking about start-up ideas and business school. I think is kind of what you make of it

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Clubhouse says its Android launch will take ‘a couple of months’

Geek News Central

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Clubhouse says its Android launch will take ‘a couple of months’

"Says it's android launch. We'll take a couple of months. That is crazy really crazy. They promise a timeframe of sorts of launch of its anticipated android version following its recent higher running android soffer developer one last month in its weekly townhall event and clubhouse clubhouse cofounder paul davison remarked. The company was working really hard to come the android device. It's going to take a couple of months to make that happen. The that seems indicate a tame frame this closer to late spring or summer. Twenty twenty one and Twitter spaces is going to be up and running long before that. And i'm sure facebook will have something as well

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"davison" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"davison" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Clubhouse Raises A New Round At $1B Valuation

Techmeme Ride Home

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Clubhouse Raises A New Round At $1B Valuation

"I'd like to think that this news is a direct result of the fact that i spoke on stage at josh constanze weekly press clubroom on clubhouse on thursday night. Paul and the gang saw how successful that went. And we're like quick. Pull the trigger on this for sure. I'm joking of course. But in a blog post yesterday clubhouse announced a new funding round led by a sixteen z. Word on the street is that it's at a one billion dollar valuation. Which if you'll recall six months ago people were saying it was crazy that a sixteen z led a one hundred million dollar valuation also clubhouse says it will soon begin work on an android version of the app and it is actively beginning tests around paying creators or at least allowing creators to charge and earn quoting techcrunch. The plans around monetization routes for craters appear to be relatively open ended at this point with clubhouse saying it'll be launching first tests around each of the three areas it mentions tipping tickets and subscriptions over the next few months. It sounds like these could be similar to something like a patriotic built right into the platform. Tickets are a unique option. That would go well with clubhouses more formal round table discussions and could also be away. That more orgnisations could make use of the platform for hosting virtual events during a regular virtual town hall. The apps founders hosts on the platform ceo. Paul davison revealed that clubhouse now has two million weekly active users. It's also worth noting that clubhouse says it now has over one hundred and eighty investors in the company which is a lot for a series. B though many of those are likely small independent investors with very little steak and quote. I thought martin bryant had decent analysis of this in his big revolution newsletter. This morning quote. People are excited about clubhouse because it's like a grownup version of twitch clubhouse is the first opportunity for professionals to build a presence and an audience in a near zero barrier to entry live media app at its worst. This means. there's a lot of lincoln. Style fake insight and people trying to be gurus but it also means there are a lot of really interesting conversations featuring people you might not hear from on other platforms. The twitch analogy seems to fit with clubhouses monetization strategy. The plan seems to be provided a platform and money making opportunities. Then sit back and take a cut as we've seen with the stories format once something is a success in one place. You can't stop it popping up all over the place so far. The only notable clubhouse clone is twitter spaces which is still in testing but expect live audio chat to be tried in all sorts of slight variations across different apps. You already use for. I suspect linked in is already exploring what it could do with this format. The challenge for clubhouse is maintaining its value as a destination everyone else offers the same features helping creators. Get paid is one part of this. But ensuring those craters provide enough reasons for listeners. To keep coming back we'll be a greater challenge. But then you can stream video game footage in a number of places including facebook and people keep coming back to twitch so. The problem isn't insurmountable quote

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DACOR - An Original Five

Scuba Shack Radio

07:10 min | 1 year ago

DACOR - An Original Five

"When you own a dive shop people routinely either stop by or call us to see if we're interested in buying their old scuba gear or they have equipment that they used many years ago and went to try to get back into diving and wonder if we can service it. Well that's a whole different discussion than where i wanna go today. Many times the gear that they bring in is from decor one of the original five. Us manufacturers scuba diving equipment in the united states. We've already covered two of those five here on scuba shack radio voice and health ways and i'll get to the other to swim. Master stivers down the road today. We're going to talk about decor. The davidson corporation was founded in nineteen fifty three by samuel davidson junior. Sam took the da from davidson and decio are from corporation and put them together to form decor i read somewhere online at sam patented the name and even gave the patent number three dot one two eight four eight one. Why tried to find that specific patent and couldn't find that where he patented the name but that number came up with something called a safety float that was submitted by samuel davidson junior filed in nineteen sixty. One so interesting. So how did sam davidson get interested in scuba diving. Well sam richard klein who started health ways was also in the united states marine corps during world war two he was stationed on guam and it said that he had gotten hold of some japanese goggles and started to explore underwater after the war. His interest in exploring underwater continued back then. Getting reliable. scuba equipment wasn't easy. So sam hooked up with an old neighborhood friend named bob olsen and they decided to build their own double hose regulator well somewhere along the way a buyer from montgomery ward department store chain found out about the regulator and purchase ten later. They update to three hundred. Sam had a business. He borrowed ten thousand dollars from his mother and got rolling by nineteen fifty five decor was producing what they called their dial breath. Double hose regulator sam along with another engineer while he mitchell continue to work on regulator development along with other scuba diving equipment from my review of the old decor catalogs. It looks like they didn't introduce their first. Single hose regulator the decor dart until one thousand nine hundred sixty two although they had developed earlier some say four years before sports ways introduced. There's but as a as we've seen with health ways and dick anderson's work a lot of folks who are innovating at this time. One of the ways. I like to research. these early. Manufacturers is look at their old catalogues. The cg forty-five website has a lot of reference material. Along with these old catalogs the earliest decor catalog that i was able to review from thousand nine hundred sixty one. That was the same year that see honda ended. The catalog was a whopping four pages. Long it had there are three double hose. Dial breath regulator for eighty two dollars. They complete single tanks system for one hundred and forty four dollars and a double host set up for doubles. Set up for two hundred and twenty nine. You could pay an extra five dollars to get yellow tanks. The cadillac had one mask one snorkel and one set of things by nineteen sixty two their line expanded with the d one day corridor. Single hose regulator and a new are four dial breath double hose. Remember that patented safety float. Well it was in thousand nine hundred sixty two catalog over the next couple of years. They continue to innovate with the dart d. Two and a dart with ajay valve for three hundred psi reserve on the first stage they also had the clipper series double hose regulators c two and c three by nineteen seventy decor came out with yet another new regulator line the olympic series with the one hundred two hundred four hundred and eight hundred. The last catalog. I went through was from one thousand nine hundred eighty and decor was touting twenty-six years of diving innovation with a doubling of their space at northfield manufacturing headquarters and the installation of a hyperbaric chamber for regulator testing. Looks like nineteen eighty was the year. They introduced what they touted. As a revolutionary regulator their decor pacer regulators pacer is short for positive air controlled equalizing regulator claiming to have totally balanced first and second stages with a remarkable point zero five inches of water. Cracking pressure wow. That's pretty low. They say they harnessed venturi with something called. Ventura matic something really innovation at this. Time was there microsoft Circuit dive computer. It looks like it took up. Most of your forearm with indicators for deco cent rate depth time readouts and more. It was quite a marvel for the time. Sam davidson passed away in nineteen eighty seven and sam's wife. Joan became ceo by nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Joan sold decor tomorrow's an overtime the decor named faded into our diving history. I did see a short article in two thousand five edition of sport diver and it was from nari and they indicated that they could no longer get replacement parts for decor regulators because the parts suppliers had destroyed their mold before they can move all of that to the marez a facility in palo italy. So that's a little bit of the history of sam davison junior the davidson corporation and decor one of the five original scuba equipment manufacturers in the united states.

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Davison leads No. 13 Wisconsin past Rhode Island 73-62

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Davison leads No. 13 Wisconsin past Rhode Island 73-62

"Brad Davison scored twenty three points and thirteenth ranked Wisconsin dominated the first twenty eight minutes before holding off Rhode Island seventy three sixty two Michael potter had thirteen points for the badgers who led thirty three sixteen at halftime and we're up by twenty two with eleven fifty eight remaining the rams close to sixty two fifty four before Wisconsin bounced back from Friday's buzzer beating loss to Marquette the foreign one badgers originally were slated to host number twenty five Louisville as part of the big ten ACC challenge game the card is cancelled their second consecutive game following a positive cove in nineteen test within the program I'm Dave very

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Ethiopia to replace Tigray region leadership as forces clash

Forum

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Ethiopia to replace Tigray region leadership as forces clash

"Let's move to Ethiopia, which is currently technically in a state of civil war. On Thursday, the Ethiopian military and officials in the northern Tigre region accused each other of instigating a civil conflict that has seen fighting between government soldiers and troops loyal to the regional administration. In a televised address early on Wednesday, Ethiopia's prime minister Abbiamo accused the local government of attacking federal troops, and he said the region's ruling party, the Tigre, People's Liberation Front, or TPLF, were traitors. We're going to the National Defense Force that has been in the bunkers for the past 20, plus years defending its people and the country by paying heavy sacrifices with its blood and flesh has been attacked this evening in Michael. And many other places by traders and the force they organized. The army has been attacked from behind by its own citizens, and many have been martyred, wounded and properties destroyed. This force of destruction has been engaged in many counterproductive activities for the past many months. The regional president of Tigre. Debra Montgomery kill, has described the actions of the military as an invasion were joined on the line out from Addis Ababa by William Davison. He's a senior analyst on Ethiopia for the International Crisis Group. Thank you for joining us. What's the latest that you're hearing how many casualties in the fighting? Well, actually, the number of casualties of fatalities is one of the things that is not clear. There is still a communications blackout across Tigre. But there are certainly casualties being reported from the hospital visits and outside the thing. Essentially, we have an active conflict, a CZ you've clearly described in the introduction. The fighting has been concentrated in West too great so far has bean incursions by the federal military from West agree that Paul is the horror region on horror regions. Forces have also been involved. To some extent. I think it's worth noting that degrades main supply route would be through West a great and into Eastern sedan reported on so that perhaps explains the focus of that fighting, and we've also seen small search skirmishes around medically. To grace capital and in the last day or so, that is involved air strikes by the federal military to try and take out military installations around metal. And that really indicates a major problem here, which is that part of the federal military appeared to be siding with a great vision. Can you explain a little bit of background to this? Why has this situation been allowed to reach to this state of hostility? Well, I mean offices that there's a very long political background to great region has a long history of autonomy to the central government, as well as being involved in central politics. More recently, TPLF was the preeminent party, the ruling coalition that lasted essentially until 2018 when Communist at the Army came to power. No off. He took power on the tplf. They lost a lot off their federal positions and power. And there were all sorts of accusations traded back and forth allegations of destabilization as we've heard what's on the TPL aside. They said that they were unfairly targeted prosecutions by the federal government and also discrimination and marginalization More general Then there was the creation of a national ruling party by prime minister Beyond the TPLF objected to that, Andi they sat it out, became formerly part of the opposition this year. This is evolved into an electoral dispute at the constitutional disputes. The federal government tried to extend all government terms when it delayed elections due to covered 19 Tigre opposed us. They run their own poll and that lets the federal government describing Tigre is government is unlawful and takeaways Government government, saying the federal government had overstayed its constitutional mandate. That is the buildup to the conflict We have now and William, you're seeing evidence now that the military in Tigre is siding with the Local government. Is that right? Yes, That's right. Like I say, information blackout. I can't be sure of exactly what's occurring on the ground. But yesterday, the federal government says that the military the air force to try to take out missile launches on missiles. Now that is Ethiopian military hardware. So that suggests either elements of what is called the Northern Command a very powerful units of Egypt's military that has been fighting the war on manning the border with Eritrea that suggested either elements Since there have defected or otherwise under the control of the secret leadership. Otherwise, the air Force would not be bombing those installations. This is a major piece of the puzzle in terms of the balance of power here, and it suggests that we could be entering a protracted conflict that is a conflict that is likely to escalate, it could destabilize Ethiopia and its armed forces it could bring in Eritrea. And it could generally destabilize the entire region. This is why dialogue and some form of talks is absolutely in Paris, and

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"davison" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"davison" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"David Hey, Mark Davison for Larry. Happy Thursday. Our you Lock up British second McCall, brother. Pleasure You bet doing great. Well, good. God got good, Good, good. No, just water and I hear the dams and the nominal journalists on on the other. News networks criticizing President Trump were quote not following the science over and over and over about the crowbar. And not following the data. I took science in grade school. You know, when I learned the difference between a male and female, that was one of the things I learned And then when it comes to some guy that used to be named Richard, who now identifies is Johanna Rochelle. Competing against The medals and beat the tar out of him, you know and in sports. The science suddenly means nothing. That's it and I just don't just don't you know, they flip flops so much. And if they don't know the answer to a question like this, like Pamela Harrison to start tackling out loud if I don't want to answer Can't avoid a flipper flop. So exactly right, because science and thank you so much valuable valuable points appreciated. Whatever people say, follow the science. What they mean is follow the policies that they want. As they have consumed the science. Science doesn't tell you to shut down anything. Science doesn't tell you to open up anything. Quite frankly, Science delivers raw data about oh, things like what a virus is going to do. So first of all, to David's point, it's It's just hilarious to watch Joe Biden mock Donald Trump for not quote unquote following the science, Really, Joe, how many genders are there? Are you on board for the science there? Let's talk about fetal development. When do you have a distinct human life? That's not a tumor or a growth, but a distinctly different human life. What science say that begins. Joe, By the way, Joe today was trying, Tio. Employ the concept of his Catholic faith. My Catholic faith informs how much I care about people really Let not now do the unborn. Let's talk a little bit about how you care care about people in the womb. That's a deep level of caring. We get from Joe and Nancy Pelosi and John Kerry and all the confused Catholic Democrats out there. 888971 Sage 888971 sage, listen, having brought up the notion of science. Look, I go back and forth about it Go back and forth on Dr Fauci. Dr. Fauci goes back and forth on Dr Fauci. There are moments when he's delivering, you know, pretty solid epidemiological news. And then there are moments when he thinks he's king of the world. There are moments when he thinks he's a policy maker, a prognosticator. And so he's doing some zoo meeting with some Australian University, the investigative Mel, but of some, such and here's, uh, Here's Dr Fauci on you're going to be in a football game for a couple of years. I think it will be easily. By the end of 2021, perhaps even into the next year before we start having some semblance is of normality. If you can get restaurants toe open at almost full capacity, you could have sporting events to be able to be played with Spectators. Then I think that's going to be well well into 2021, perhaps beyond. Now. Is that possible? Sure. Proclaiming it now. Is crazy that some people just don't Have the humility to say, I don't know. And especially when you throw a lab coat on them. Oh, God, help us and then throw in authoritarian leaders who wind up in cahoots. With some of these aren't me narcissistic scientists. And that's how you put it all in a bowl. And you have locked down soup. That's how that's how it gets cooked. And there's an uptick in cases. I absolutely get that. And I don't know when that stops. And there may be very little. That we can actually do to stop it because there you noticing that not just in America's most locked down masked up cities New York San Francisco, But look at Europe, Italy, Germany, France. The the the These are people who have been cowed into submission for months on distancing in masks, you surely would have gone away. If distancing in masks just takes care of everything. Surely it would have gone away. It's on fire across Europe right now. So what does that mean? Don't distance don't do masks. Not at all. Of course, do those things. It's it's smarter to do it, but not to do it. But the notion that that it's some panacea some magic wand that you waive its viruses are going to a virus. To turn it into a verb virus Gonna virus there, maybe, and a lot of people. White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows was also the Jake tapper the other day, and Jake nearly had an aneurysm because Mark's Mike said, we're going Medicine. We're not gonna control the virus who could control the virus we can control or we do. We can control our response. We can have decisions that we make as policymakers on how we're going to navigate the path through the mires control of virus. It's a virus. All.

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"davison" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"davison" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"And and I mean, like you said, you don't have to give up all the fun stuff that you reading or doing whatever. But at the same time, it opens up just these vistas that you never even realized for possible. You met somebody amazing. I mean I love it because I really do I. think that The reason I mean other than just like seeing people change transformed from doing things that they didn't think they could do the other thing that really got me going with this company is that Call it two years ago. I started meeting all these women who were running their own businesses and it was through a big mastermind Davison and so I'm meeting all these people meaning all these people online. And what am realizing is everybody is working like a dog like. Everybody's just like working so hard and they've got this thing going on in their head that. Next week or win I finish this project or launch. This company are when I get that course out the door or whatever it is right when this thing happens. Then then I'm going to focus on myself. Tomorrow, it doesn't work. Yeah. It's the Monday Syndrome. Right next on days when I'm going to start working out or mystery or whatever it is, and it's just not the right thing to do because. In the end you know our our weeks go by our time goes by. and. If we're not in tip top shape in tip top shape for everybody's different I'm not saying that you gotta be buffing you know running marathons tiptop shape is feeling good. Feel good and. And you're not just making stuff up but you feel good. Then your business is going to run better your life's GonNa run Gutter your relationships are going to be happier I. Mean you're going to be able to have more fun. You're going to be able to go to festival since. Like keep up and do all the things you want to do and not be that person sitting in the back on sheriff going Oh.

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Emily Davison trampled - June 4, 1913

This Day in History Class

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Emily Davison trampled - June 4, 1913

"The Day was June fourth, nineteen thirteen. suffragette emily. Davison was trampled by a horse at the EPSOM Derby. She died four days later. The intentions of her actions leading to the accident have been a topic of debate. In one thousand, nine, hundred six Davidson joint, the women's Center and Political Union, the WSB, you was a militant political organization that campaigned for women's suffrage in the UK. At the time Davis analyst thirty four years old, and worked as a governess, but she soon left her job to work for the movement full-time. Davison was a devout Christian and advocated for socialism as a feminist in suffrage it. She was militant and often confrontational. She was arrested and imprisoned several times. She went to jail for the first time in nineteen o nine. After marching to see Prime Minister H H. Asquith with a group led by suffragette Dora Marston. She and several other women ended up being charged with. And assaulting police. Davidson was later imprisoned for throwing stones at people and setting pillar boxes on fire. While in prison she would go on hunger strikes and was forced. In nineteen twelve she jumped from a prison balcony and protests of her treatment and injured her head Vertebrae. When June fourth, nineteen, Thirteen Davison attended the derby she had to W. S. U. Flags, which bore the colors purple white and green. She found a spot at Tattenham. Corner the last bid for the final straight. As the horses came round. TATTENHAM Corner Davison ducked under the railing and onto the track. Once he made it onto the track. King George the fifth struck her. Davison was knocked unconscious in Horse Bill in through office. Jockey Pervert Jones. The incident was Connor Camera. Davison and Jones were taken to the hospital Jones had concussion. Sent home, but Davidson never regained consciousness and died from a fracture at the base of her skull on June eighth. Davison funeral on June. Fourteenth involved a procession of thousands of people. The W. S. p. you pegged her as a martyr while the media question her mental stability and pointed to her reputation as a militant suffragette. Opinion is divided on whether Davison intended to die or just wanted to disrupt the Derby. Some historians say that she was trying to attach a flag to the horse. Other people believe that she was trying to cross the tracks in something that she was trying to pull the horse down. At the time Davison was carrying a return train to get from EPSOM and had made plans with her sister for the near future, some people point to this fact as evidence that she did not intend to die by suicide that day. When World War One broke out in nineteen fourteen WSB founder Emily Pankhurst, suspended the organisation's militant activities and focused on recruiting women to the war effort.

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The Ruins of Science - astoryof misdirected medical power

Science Friction

10:15 min | 2 years ago

The Ruins of Science - astoryof misdirected medical power

"Hello Natasha Mitchell. With you for science friction. Thanks for joining me. I WANNA offer you to. Dive is really moving story from the history of science and medicine. It comes from will. Let's call it. A Scott had recent past where medical power got misused to fuel the social prejudices of the era and I were prejudices that people still live with the scars of today. Let's not forget that my guest host is professor Claire. Reid acclaimed Australian historian and award winning author. She's host of the shooting the past podcast. Okay so the thing is. I'm staring at this photograph and I have absolutely no idea what I'm looking at. And we are starting with a mystery in the form of a photograph. So I'm going to describe it to you. The chances are you'll be just as clueless. The object is made up of what appears to be a plastic medicine bottle on the bottle. It says log actal fifty mega grams. Poison and cascading from the bottom is a long. Khloe a tube the to be saw long. It's coiled around itself like a Pretzel and at the end of the tube is a tiny metal bell. And that's it. That's why I can't stop staring at these fighter. The more I look at it the more curious becomes is the object device for smoking drugs. Tobacco a backyard bomb maybe or homemade hooker or is this a police exhibit. Perhaps the long tube was used to strangle a victim or administer a deadly narcotic. I could reel off possibilities till the cows come home but I suspect I will never guess. I'm going to need to call in the expert. The woman who showed me the photograph in the First Place Historian K Davidson. What it is is a penile. Politics mcgraff a penalities. Mcgraff is a machine that could be used to measure volume changes in the penis and this is a diagnostic tool. It's basically designed to test responses to erotic stimuli. What you see in the photo so we can see the bottle. We can say the rubber feeding on the top. We can see the long plastic tube. The metal fitting on the other end of that tube would go into a machine which is called a transducer and a transducer is a is an electric machine that measures volume change and that transducer would be connected to people might be familiar with the image of a polygraph. So you have a sort of a Pencil. Attached to a lever that that records changes on a piece of paper and the piece of paper moves through the machine. So get at. The end is a nice lawn which indicates win volume has increased and win. It has decreased. This particular pufus mcgraff in this photo was made by Australians. Archivist Neil McCarthy and this particular photo comes from his personal archive so the object in the photo is a penile. Plethora mcgraff something. I've never heard of before. Let Alone Sane K. Davison has the photo because she's researching the work of Dr Neal mcconnachie as part of her PhD into the history of aversion therapy. In Australia. Aversion therapy cared explained to me was a form of treatment for homosexuality. Remember that in the nineteen sixties when mcconnachie was practicing homosexuality was not only classified as a mental disorder but was infected legal to find out more of the story behind this bizarre diagnostic device. I've come to the Sydney of retired archivist Fabian. Lo Schiavo in Nineteen seventy-one Fabian. Was a patient of Dr mcconnachie. Fabian is warm and inviting but I have to admit he's home is one of the most curious places I've ever been. There's a massive wooden church altar next to the bathroom and every inch of wall and surface base is covered in images of Jesus various popes and random sites. Some classical other satirical fabens house is like a gallery of religious iconography. So how did his life intersect with Dr mcconnachie? And the object in this photo this to Fabian. Is the one that love that intimacy off and then the other one that high status and wanted to get rid of my sexuality in pain told it was his doctor who would do that and professor maccormick. He said to me what we are going to do for. You is Gut. We're going to be out of the inhibit your sexuality and that will mean you might be compelled to go and do the things that are upsetting you visit saw Thought might be able to get rid of my sexuality altogether and maybe go back to the seminary late law with these troubling desires. Look innocent enough. Not Young People Hitchhike but sometimes a homosexual who prey on those least able to defend themselves. And it's looking but then during lunch row showed him some pornographic one never knows when the homosexuals about you may appear. Norman may be too late when you discover he is mentally ill so it's very strong message that you're receiving from your family from society from the medical establishment that you have a problem and you can overcome this problem through treatment. Yes yes but they were. Country Voices My biggest and longest friend from third class. He was in a relationship in Melbourne. He begged me to come and visit him. Then he said Hit with his. Papal is now the church across Lawrence said it's not necessary to do this They were country voices but chose not to heal them anyway. I went as strong as the ones that was saying to me. I could start a whole new life now without this. The winning the next thing that exposes me to sadness in Heart. I can sickness to say thing bashed up everything. Tell me what you say when you look at these fodder. We'll see container. Scott Araba stretched over. That is exactly the thing that I had to put. My pain assumed to win. Always having a version therapy when our look at it brings back a certain embarrassment? Because I had to. I'm doing my trousers and pulled down to put that thing on and Felt very uncomfortable embarrassed but most of the time finding myself in another person who was operating the thing in the room but on Asian a group of Medical Students Kinda mean and really felt very distressed embarrassed. So when I look at this photo I know that that's the thing that pay used. And can you describe that treatment tune your they put the wires on your fingers and then put your penis in that thing that is ineffective graph They knew set down and you wanted and sometimes a slide would come up and you get a shock. Sometimes you wouldn't get a shock. Old Saturday was strange. Very strange what we called it. I video I guess of trains coming. In and out of stations and raid spots ingrain spots on screen also very evenly into main shaky looking film of a lot. Nike Guidi toweling in a Nike. Man's hailing and in the tryon would come in again and people be getting on the train and often Redfin station all the all reckless as we cold. Now and then you'd white and in a slide which it you'd selected so he before the treatment are into look at hundreds and hundreds of sides and make a night of the ones who were exciting to look at as exciting or think so but I think I said Erotic very coy and still an adult language. But certainly they were three or four at the most out of hundreds Were really lovely. And were NAS to look at NAS to fantasize With the way say and so does with the Wednesday came up but sometimes go to shock sometimes not and you had to tilde assistant or professor what level of Pine. It was from north to ten. And the whole time. This is happening. You're sitting there with your pants down. Here's hooked up to thing with the the middle end attached to the Shane years or any understood that at the end of ninety vaguely when the assistant showed me the graph an showed that the you said this is the pain response. You say say how. It's going down like that. Now you're doing okay and so I look are locked looking at the stars but they know I didn't because sweated terribly a win I thought when the shock and winning my not going to get the shock. Because she didn't get a shock every time like with the slide up and this happened three times times dive just for the week as I remember. And you're an inpatient during the status Ed. The sock Catholic would

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"davison" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"davison" Discussed on WJR 760

"Blocking the right lane of Jeffrey C. span between telegraph the Davison at the right two lanes are closed on I. ninety four eastbound between M. fifty three and French road now W. J. R. whether first from the weather channel here's your forecast what a cloud around the showers have been diminishing as we get into the afternoon I think cloudy with spotty showers especially early fifties tonight thirty eight mostly cloudy tomorrow we'll start to brighten up the sunshine a pop out about that get up near sixty degrees colder than normal from a weather channel meteorologist ray stage the stock seven sixty WJR hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and rocket mortgage during the challenging times were all experiencing our top priority is the health and safety of the communities we serve and while it's true that things are changing rapidly every day one thing that'll never change is our commitment to giving you the best mortgage experience that rocket mortgage our guiding philosophy of every client every time no exceptions no excuses exist for times like right now we understand that hardships may arise and we're prepared to help if you currently work with us and need assistance with your mortgage contact us twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com as we all think about ways to save money let me remind you that mortgage rates are near historic lows if you think right now is the right time to refinance your mortgage our home loan experts are available to help you twenty four hours a day seven days a week at rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states in M. L. S. consumer access dot org number thirty thirty I'm Jeff Sloan founder and CEO of start up nation dot com and host of W. J. R.'s business beat featuring stories from the entrepreneurial tech and startup communities tune in weekdays at seven eleven AM during the Paul W. Smith show right here on W. J. R. for nearly twenty years millions of entrepreneurs have made start up nation dot com their go to source for all the resources needed to start and manage their businesses.

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"davison" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"davison" Discussed on WGN Radio

"His proposal to Davison now brought Davison Holden looks Davison this is left to bristle against Spencer hit a four parent on a shoulder shrug Bakshi down in the lane often under got a shot I am leaving for fifty six forty two I can't worry about falling out here and play defense we got a good staff answer at the other end finance baseline jumper got a chance twelve points fifty six forty four for a half left and another sister Spencer these really come alive this last stretch here seven is this for Spencer here's a screen from reverse for Davis in the fourth for a straight on three an air ball out of bounds for thirteen to go fifty six forty four Wisconsin Wildcats to get their last four shots and you know what well there was one job for most of the time spent at the room but there was a jumper in their defense Spencer total of sun starts right having left it only puts up a jumper missed tipped up by bearing no rebounded by trucks they had made four straight finally missed one were due for the other four is there Dr Davison cut off by Turner back beyond the three point line Davison twelve two through leaves it to dry speech with the range price that gets a screen from rivers lost the ball out.

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"davison" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"davison" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"This way Unfortunately again this year but we have had another percents In the racing community. Pass away this week believe. I believe it was Monday. Bill Simpson He passed away after suffering a stroke up here in Indianapolis. I don't even didn't know where to begin with bill. I knew him for about sixteen years but I hadn't seen him in a while. He was probably the first person that ever took me me under his wing in taught me what was going on at the track in in who everybody was. He introduced me to a lot of the old timers and boy. Did I hear a lot of stories stories. I'm GonNa Miss Him a lot and I wish nothing. But the best for his friends and family in this time Pioneer what a legend and seeing those photos of him lighting himself on fire to prove that his fireproof suit was something that actually worked was you know images that to this day sold just shocked me. So in wishing the best for his friends and family during this difficult time and Alleged for the sport. If that's not one of the most legendary dairy motorsports photos of all time I don't know what is I'm just going to ECHO. What what both Manhattan just said a hopefully as friends and family are are are doing okay through this difficult time in the holiday season and We will move on. We'll start with some James Davison News. up here for in the off season Race in boys reported that Davison will be running the Daytona five hundred. In addition to the Indianapolis was five hundred in two thousand twenty a both partnerships will include Jonathan Byrd racing again. They have not yet announced against the full season team that they'll be partnering within these races but that should be announced up pretty soon as you'll hear I spoke with David Bird last night and I should come out in the next couple of days. So guys what do we think about the As as Matt coined at the Davison Double gotta be better than the Danika double rate. Sorry I had to go there I mean I think it's good. I think it has the potential to draw. Some is Because I know. He's got fans in Indy cars. So maybe he'll make some fans over NASCAR Landon and Billah. They'll want to watch him. Try the five hundred to feel like we're back on Petri on show take a shot after Atlantica Out. I feel like I was looking for my bottle of something around me to take a shower but Yeah I think You Know I. I really liked Davison. I think he's going to do well just about anything he races and yeah I think the more kind of cross promotion uh the better especially at the Daytona five hundred. which as far as I know is their most watched race of the year? Believe I don't really have the stats in front of you that but I'm just assuming that it's the most most watched race for NASCAR's so Yeah I think it's definitely good to have some cross promotion with the sports. Yeah I agree I know there. There was a bunch of questions about well how could he race in Daytona. Without having raced in any sort of oval in the NASCAR circuit so Stay tuned David. Bird answers that will host that in the next couple of days here. Let's let's talk a little bit more about James Davison in. I'll start with that. The point is never raced a stock car on an oval. He's done a couple of sanity series At Road America. Aachen's Glenn may be or a couple a couple of the The road courses. Are there any worries by from you guys about him racing and in Daytona. Yeah a little bit. I mean it's. It's not a stretch to say that anybody's never raced under restrictor plate. Track showing up for the premiere. RESTRICTOR PLATE RACE IS GONNA have it figured out immediately eh. The good news for him is that there's plenty of practice to be had before the race but it's a completely different animal than anything he's ever experienced so To have a little bit of reservations before he shows up is I think a little natural among fans. Yeah mean obviously never quite know what to expect but I mean he's jumped in a lot of different Racing Jonah's before so I don't see see why it would be a big deal for him. I mean obviously ads GonNa take him some time to get used to the car but I think he'll do fine I I don't let's see him probably being a front runner necessarily but I think he'll do okay and and I I think it'll be interesting to watch for sure you'll get me tuning tuning in most likely the lease for The first first stage forgot what it was called for a second. Yeah I guess my only concern turn would-be what team he ended up partnering with if it say I dunno rick ware Racing reported. Probably not gonNA finish in the top fifteen eighteen or so but Davidson's a hell of a racer. I know he tested a a sprint car out narrow zone on a on a dirt track about a couple of weeks ago. Oh an reportedly put up pretty good lab times Without any experience there so I'll give him a shot for a a solid finish on. I don't think it's going to be a top five ever top ten just because of While NASCAR BUT We will move on to one final Davison question here. What you guys think about? His Is Indianapolis Chances. Do we think he's a good driver. There I know you know. Last year he had a pretty good result. In some good showings owings. Now the places without good finishes but what is your open-wheel assessment of Mr Davison. Yeah I I mean I think he's. He's decent I. I think he's done fairly well when he's been able to come up with a ride and I. I think it'll be fun to watch them again. News it was a good time to watch him last year. So hopefully I help another good show this year. Our described him as solid. I think you know this I. Two chances were kind of thrown together deals. It didn't really pan out for him so well when he suffered more day though. That was phenomenal. has charged to the front of the field was excellent than the two years ago. Oh that was a rough race in general and he crashed out with Sato there. Early on in the race and last year was a laboratory down and came back and finish the top up ten. So I I really respect from indy. I I think the passion is definitely there too which is always a plus for for me seeing driver. I just care that much. especially he saw him pumping his fist. After you qualify those super cool so I really like in there and I think he is a always a solid threat for top ten and for sure not to jump in and correct. You're right away but I think he finished fourteenth or fifteenth but nonetheless a very impressive finish Considering he was a laboratory down after his bump and pill and with with L U Yeah I think if he's partnered again with coin which seems like the likely bet at this point that will be in line for another good top fifteen ish area finish and he can definitely contend for a win As we've said many times anything can happen at Indian and he's shown he's got a you know the guts to mix it up when need be so now we'll I'm sure we'll talk to James. Some point next year is is really fun to talk to because like Matt said he's He's you know is very honest he's open about everything and you can really tell the passion every time. He talks about racing twelfth. I was wrong but I think the reason I thought it was top ten because he he had had a high driver rating there because of that epic comeback after that collision was Castro Nova's so I can't remember where he finished. I guess just remember that. He had some sort of amazing comeback in that race. which is really cool AC- so that's good news? That's actually another car to the car. Count for indie. So as I'm sending we'll talk about maybe three or four months but yeah another kind of weird piece of news other than the Davison double which I'm not sure who coined that somebody did But supercars I champion. which is a series of Australia The supercars champion Scott McLaughlin is set to test for team. Penske at sea bring next month mclachlan as far as what I read on earlier was having an absolutely dominant year in Sukar's this year in he does drive for Roger. Your penske's team over there. I mean other than the fact that I don't know if this classifies is a WHO driver for Jess but A any thoughts on on that the random piece news always obviously will start with that. Yeah pert really cool. I know Scotts head had a killer year in the in the supercars I think he won seventeen races or something ridiculous shared a. He's still a young guy. Twenty four twenty five somewhere around there. So I'm I'm very excited to see how how he does as I think he could be relatively successful in his tests. Will it lead to anything more I. I don't know it's it. Sounds like he wants it to but I'm very excited by. I wish I could be down to see bring to to see it. Yeah I also wish I was in sebring for a the weather because is obviously the snow is terrible and also to watch that because I think it would be fun. I know I know some other people who've come over In in had tests that I will say have also been who names. It's just fun to watch and I'm glad that Rogers giving him them. The opportunity to try does rusty wallace count as a WHO. I mean no not really the one that was the most random test ever. He tested for team. Penske in like three or something and I was always thinking to myself like I don't know if it was just like a TV stunt or what but that was kind of random there's other couple random ones that like Jamie mcmurray test triggered nasty. When he he was at GANASSI'S NASCAR team like random Jamie wanted to try to do the five hundred though rape. I think they did it a barber. which kind of weird Yeah Bay? He wanted to try the five hundred so nasty said no or maybe it was an engine deal. I don't know you bet there's wasn't like Akabusi were somebody behind the scene said. No jobs says it wasn't him but probably was him. Somebody Fed no for sure. It's always the no long at some point right and then even the even if Formula One She wants his face. Valentino Rossi is testing within a ride. So APP Lewis Hamilton. which is another kind of bazaar one so that it just happens guys Lewis Hamilton wreck? The bike.

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"davison" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"davison" Discussed on WJR 760

"Crash to Davison in Mountain was arrested Warren police then used a tracking dog to locate the other suspect a short time later one was eighteen years old from south field the other nineteen and he lived in Warren they could be charged with armed robbery and fleeing and alluding General Motors has unveiled a radically new Chevrolet corvettes with a mid engine layout with the engine behind the driver the driver will have much better visibility a square shape steering wheel will allow for a clear view of the core of its digital dashboard it'll also have an eight speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters on the wheel no stick shift will be offered chief engineer ed peacock says the twenty twenty vet has state of the art every thing we were concerned that we compromise some of the key functional aspects the corvette the people long if we went mid engine but with the technology computer engineering some material sciences advances we will this time to do a better corvette that was been engine and practically nothing was sacrificed very large trunk that could even hold up his workers at the golf clubs the special performance package of the new that will be able to take it from zero to sixty in under three seconds and finally tonight the owner of an alligator in Milford has been given a ticket after the Gator slithered into a neighbor's house and then hung out in the backyard after breaking loose from a leech it never got to that but the neighbors were nervous when the alligator crawl to the yard on east commerce street in Milford police say the older tied the Gator to the tree so he and his family could go.

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