37 Burst results for "Derek"

Fresh update on "derek" discussed on Sports X Radio

Sports X Radio

01:10 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "derek" discussed on Sports X Radio

"Who wants to die? He didn't die like Nancy Pelosi said. Oh, thank you. Good bye for sacrificing for all of us around the cookie Crisis war. The mom. Hi. He did that. He did that. Right? Right. He did that. Is he right? Yeah, He did that. What a bony old broad. Wearing a poo poo diaper. She needs to get the hell out of Washington, D c. I am so sick of seeing Nancy Pelosi. She can't stretch that face back anymore. Danke jokes aside for sacrificing your life for all of us is that Jesus Christ that sacrifices life? Do I want him dead at the hand of Derek shopping or any cop? No. Of course not. Who would you have to be in an insane lunatic? Derek Shove in, got the justice that many believe he deserved. Steve, do you believe he deserved? Yeah, I believed he deserved consequences. I don't believe he deserved what he got. That is all politically done. That is to make sure that America doesn't burn to the ground. George Floyd. At the hands of Derek Shaban. There was no intent. He didn't go and basically shape today. I'm gonna go kill George Floyd or anybody else. Ridiculous. So I agree with this, bishop. This movement. This anti police chief, It's a virus on society. Do you agree? 70 to 2575396 is how you way into the conversation. Let's get right back to business. Ah, Lygia, you're next. Welcome to the show. Elijah, you with me? People are very impatient. I'm sorry that I have a lot of calls, and I my whole times were long, but I'm trying Please stay put now. I don't have time. Do I get the net? Okay, well, calls on hold, stay put. Now We're getting closer to breaking out. I want to cut anybody off. So stay put on the other side will go right back to business. Friends. Does. George Floyd deserved to have his 2004 drug conviction overturned? I mean, pardoned. I mean, seriously friends. He had a drug convention. That's I mean, what are we doing here? What are we doing here? And then I see videos of cops getting hit with sticks like, for instance, in New York. Okay. In New York. A detective is investigating a burglary. And this black kid comes up with a stick smacks this old white dude in the head cracks him open where he's bleeding out. And no one screaming about that. Isn't that just is bad. Isn't that just is wrong. Should we be attacking our police like they're all bad? Should that be the case? Of course, It shouldn't be the case. But we've lost our mind in America. You know why? Because we don't see God, We don't look to God anymore. We look to ourselves. We look to what our government says. We look to what a social justice activists say We don't look to God. We don't look too reasoning. We don't use common sense. We have for gotten what.

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Justice Department Brings Federal Criminal Charges Against Derek Chauvin

NPR News Now

00:15 sec | 1 d ago

Justice Department Brings Federal Criminal Charges Against Derek Chauvin

"Grand jury has indicted four former minneapolis. Police officers in the death of george floyd last year. The federal indictment accuses all four of violating floyd's constitutional rights include derek chauvin. Who was on state charges last month.

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Fresh update on "derek" discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:13 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "derek" discussed on Distorted View Daily

"You so much for taking some time and talking to us today. It's a pleasure. No it's not you don't like it's okay but that's all right. Look we have major differences in opinions on everything. But i am kind of obsessed with you. I'm sure you've heard you've heard me talk about you on the show but you're a fascinating fascinating creature. I gotta ask about this song that you recently recorded the just the george floyd song what what happened there. Oh well i. I think a lot of people. Don't get my brand of humor you see. I grew up in the nineties as a teenager and one of my favorite shows was mad. Tv and i thought it'd be fun to do like a little diddy like like they do a mad tv. Where i just do little little song about you. Know black lives matter and the what happened was i was very upset about the the the you know the trial. Because i feel like derek chauvin was basically we witnessed a public lynching and i wanted to do something like i was very angry about all this stuff. So did black lives matter. I was pointing out. The hypocrisy of black lives matter because the the black community has a problem with crime and violence and murder and they need to address all these things course. We all have these problems. So but what happened was You know put the song and it was up for a day or two. And i started getting these death threats and people sending me hating you. They said they were going to be head me. And all those things so shaima so family members suggested. Maybe it's a good idea. If i remove the song but my mother always told me that deep seated hatred is the highest form of flattery. But i didn't feel like at the time. I would say so. I removed the song. And i feel like i should have written all lives matter. That was my second choice. But i guess it just didn't go over the way hoped g understand why people were upset with the song though. Not really like Well i think part of the problem is You know some of your lyrics were like chinook was at the welfare line.

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Minnesota Bank Hostage Standoff Ends With Arrest, No Injuries

Derek Hunter

00:15 sec | 2 d ago

Minnesota Bank Hostage Standoff Ends With Arrest, No Injuries

"An hours long hostage standoff in a bank in ST Cloud Minnesota, ended with all five of the hostages released unharmed, Police say a suspect in custody a 35 year old man who was said to have a long criminal record, he was arrested without

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Ex–Minneapolis Police Officers Indicted on Civil-Rights Charges in Floyd Death

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:15 sec | 2 d ago

Ex–Minneapolis Police Officers Indicted on Civil-Rights Charges in Floyd Death

"Desk for former Minneapolis police officers are now charged with violating George Floyd civil rights. Lloyd, of course, the unarmed black man who died in police custody last year after video show Derek Show Vin with his knee on Floyd's neck for several minutes. Children was found guilty last month of

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Derek Chauvin Juror Participation in D.C. March Could Help Appeal

Frank Beckmann

00:38 sec | 4 d ago

Derek Chauvin Juror Participation in D.C. March Could Help Appeal

Derek Chauvin Files for New Trial in Death of George Floyd

Buck Sexton

00:19 sec | 5 d ago

Derek Chauvin Files for New Trial in Death of George Floyd

"Vin's attorney files a motion today asking the court to throw out his guilty verdicts and schedule a new trial attorney Eric Nelson sites, jury intimidation and failure of the court to sequester the jury and asking for that new trial showman was convicted of 2nd and 3rd degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. He's scheduled to be sentenced in June. Governor Tim Walz

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Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Chauvin's Lawyer Seeks New Trial, Impeachment of Verdict

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting Derek Sheldon's lawyer seeks a new trial and an impeachment of the verdicts the attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has requested a new trial saying the judge abused the discretion of the court and the verdict should be impeached due to jury misconduct Chauvin was convicted last month of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd attorney Eric Nelson says judge Peter Cahill violated children's right to a fair trial when he denied Nelson's request for a change of venue due to pre trial publicity Nelson also cites Cahill's refusal to sequester the jury for the trial or instruct jurors to avoid all media Nelson's brief does not refer to reports that one of the jurors participated in an August twenty eighth March in Washington DC to honor Martin Luther king junior Floyd's brother and sister addressed the crowd at that March hi Mike Rossio

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Derek Chauvin Lawyer Files Motion for New Trial

John McGinness

00:14 sec | 5 d ago

Derek Chauvin Lawyer Files Motion for New Trial

"Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin is pushing for a new trial. His lawyer filed a request Tuesday alleging publicity ahead of the proceedings impact and show Van's ability to have a fair trial show. Vin was convicted last month of killing George Floyd during an arrest last May.

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Man Arrested in Connection With Attack at Baltimore Liquor Store

Derek Hunter

00:15 sec | 5 d ago

Man Arrested in Connection With Attack at Baltimore Liquor Store

"Baltimore Police arrested a suspect in the Sunday night assault of two liquor store owners. 50 year old Darryl Doyle's faces multiple charges for the attack on the Korean women at the Wonderland Liquor Store on Pennsylvania Avenue. Both victims fought their suspect and suffered serious but non life threatening

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3 Dead in Wisconsin Casino Shooting

WBZ Morning News

00:39 sec | Last week

3 Dead in Wisconsin Casino Shooting

"Just outside Green Bay, Wisconsin. The latest details now with ABC is Derek Dennis Carnage happening inside a restaurant of the Oneida Casino in suburban Green Bay. The gunman shooting two workers to death and wounding a third critically, before being shot dead himself. It appears to be a targeted event, not a Random Shooting. Sheriff's Lieutenant Kevin Pawlak says the government appeared to be looking for a specific worker who wasn't there. This woman heard the shots on the casino floor is very scary. A lot of people like you were in shock and didn't really understand what they should be doing No word yet on a motive, or if the shooter was also an employee, Derek Dennis,

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Police See Recruitment Struggles, Surge in Retirements

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Police See Recruitment Struggles, Surge in Retirements

"I'm Julie Walker amid growing calls for police reform and debate over deadly use of force some departments across the country are struggling to attract officers and retain the ones they have police officials and union leaders described the situation as crisis mode according to The Philadelphia Inquirer which found so far this year seventy nine officers in the city chose deferred retirement during the same period last year it was thirteen in addition the department has two hundred and sixty eight vacancies law enforcement officials attribute the decline in interest across the country to everything from the death of George Floyd and conviction of former cop Derek show open to fatal shootings of unarmed black men at the hands of police I'm Julie Walker

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Prosecutors Seek Higher Sentence for Derek Chauvin in Floyd Death

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Prosecutors Seek Higher Sentence for Derek Chauvin in Floyd Death

"Prosecutors are asking a Minnesota judge to give former officer Derek show been a penalty that's more severe than what's called for in state guidelines in a court filing the prosecution says a stiffer penalty is warranted because George Floyd was particularly vulnerable handcuffed and face down in the dirt Chauvin abused his authority inflicting gratuitous pain and psychological distress to Floyd and two bystanders who witnessed the incident Chauvin was found guilty on three counts but under Minnesota law he'll be sentenced in late June for only the most serious second degree unintentional murder it carries a maximum sentence of forty years but experts are certain Chauvin will get less time his lawyers opposing a tougher sentence saying the state has failed to prove any of those aggravating factors that its listing I'm Jackie Quinn

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Chauvin Juror Says Guilty Verdicts Could Have Come Quicker

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Chauvin Juror Says Guilty Verdicts Could Have Come Quicker

"A juror who cast one of the unanimous votes to convict former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin of killing George Floyd says the verdict could have come quicker Randy Mitchell tells ABC's Good Morning America he thought the deliberation should've lasted twenty minutes he says a lot of time was spent trying to convince one person who was uncertain about some of the jury instructions Mitchell a thirty one year old black man says the jurors made sure they understood exactly what was being asked Mitchell doesn't think the jury was affected by tensions in Minneapolis our concerns about what affects their verdicts would have but he describes the process as stressful I'm Mike Kempen

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President Biden's first address to Congress is invite-only

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

President Biden's first address to Congress is invite-only

"Security will be ramped up on Capitol Hill tomorrow when president Biden makes his first address to Congress it'll be the president's first major indoor events since he took office two weeks after the capital riot the building remains surrounded by a fence the National Guard is still on hand they had like any event involving the president's security will be high the secret service says it's taken recent events into account and watched other major events like the response to Derek Sheldon's conviction in Minneapolis officials are getting some unintended help covert restrictions mean there will be fewer people in the house chamber attendance is by invitation only and lawmakers cannot bring guess Sager mag ani Washington

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Karol Mason on the Killing of George Floyd and 'the Fear of Black People'

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:58 min | Last week

Karol Mason on the Killing of George Floyd and 'the Fear of Black People'

"Do you think that The conversation that the the country is having now as a result of the killing of george floyd and the trial and conviction of derek. Chauvin are we headed in the right direction. Not only in terms of the conversation but the solutions that are being discussed. I'm glad you grounded me in the conversation. We had three years ago. Because my thinking has definitely evolved since then and and I don't know that. I would have equated it until now with with the rethinking based on what happened after george floyd killing last year but i think that that is the right pivotal point for me and some of my thinking and so for me. I think that You know when you said earlier. I was thinking about drug courts. Mental health courts. I don't want any of that right now. I want to take the thinking back to where we need to make investments about what take the whole conversation back to thinking about what is public safety. Look like and and as the deputy city manager in san. Jose said when i was having conversations he said no. Let's call a community safety because then everyone understands. Who owns at the community owns it. It's not anyone's domain. It's all of our responsibility. So so i will say that the george floyd situation caused me really to rethink in reorient for myself. The conversation and i hope for everyone else. Because i think that we've gotten so polarized now about an even that word policing and turning it into a verb The question is how do we have safe communities. How do we have communities where everybody has an opportunity to thrive and succeed. And then you start talking about. And what's the role of policing in that kind of world as opposed to starting with thinking about police and then how do you create around

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Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Louisville PD

Sean Hannity

00:43 sec | Last week

Justice Department Launches Investigation Into Louisville PD

"A civil rights investigation of the Louisville police practices boxes. Jeff Man also has this live police attorney General Merrick Garland launches a probe into the Louisville Metro PD to look for patterns of excessive force and unconstitutional policing. Recommendations and actions that ensue do not only protect individual civil rights. They also assist police departments in the developing measures to increase transparency. Accountability investigation follows the 2020 police shooting death of Rianna Taylor. The Justice Department last week also launched a federal civil rights probe into the Minneapolis police Department after the conviction of former officer Derek Chauvet in the death of George Floyd. Lisa. Thanks

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Polls Say 52% Approve of Biden

Dave Ramsey

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Polls Say 52% Approve of Biden

"It's less than a week until President Biden's 100 Day in office and a new poll takes a look at his approval. Rating. Details from ABC is Derek Dennis. The new ABC News Washington Post poll shows. Biden has the third lowest job approval rating for any president at 100 days since Harry Truman Just 52% of Americans approve of Biden's performance so far on Lee Lower was Gerald Ford at 48% in 1974 and Donald Trump at 42% in 2017. Biden's hi mark his handling of the pandemic, his low mark the immigration crisis at the US Mexico

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State Legislators Renew Push For Qualified Immunity

PM Mood

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

State Legislators Renew Push For Qualified Immunity

"This week. America breath the heavy sigh of relief. Three consecutive guilty verdicts came down in the murder. Trial of derek chauvin. We shouldn't have to feel surprised. We shouldn't have to feel relieved but the reality is that cops murdering black people in broad daylight and getting away with. It is the norm in american policing this week on wwe af daily. I was joined by my friend. Fill up a tiba goff. Ceo of the center for policing equity. We talked for half an hour about what can be done to radically transform policing including his thoughts on call to define the police which you will hear coming up in a few minutes. If the ten minutes i'll share with you today inform and inspire you do consider supporting af daily on patriot on to hear the full interview and so much more. You can become a patron right now at patriotair dot com slash woke af. But for now. Let's pick up on the asking philip to share his thoughts on ending qualified immunity for police officers. Where are we with qualified immunity right. Where where are we with being able to at least get to some type of level playing ground where you don't have this get out of jail. Free card yeah so unqualified. Unity are states. That are making changes. They're saying they're abolishing it. That's not quite right. What they're doing is they're changing the the standard for it with should be useful on state cases and can be useful on local cases. But we're we're not close from any of the states as examples. The justice for justice policing george floyd act on end in its current irritation would end qualified immunity. And i think that has a shot of making it through the senate so in that case we would be in fact repealing the the president and saying no you cannot use it. This way of qualified immunity might might make a difference in about a quarter of the cases that come forward whether it's charging so even those things that are that are sort of easy villains in this. Fight real villain. Here is the way we use police so anything. Most most cities ninety six percent of what police do has nothing to do with violence. D- do you think we could figure out a way to spend less and get less armed response for that

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Corey Caplan Discusses  Real World Assets on the Blockchain

Bitcoin Radio

01:31 min | Last month

Corey Caplan Discusses Real World Assets on the Blockchain

"Welcome back to imagine twenty twenty. I'm yonaha cows today. I'm glad you joined by corey kaplan partner of the foundation and co founder of dolemite cory. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks. it's a pleasure to be here so for those who don't know you You want to give a little background kind of who you are. How you got into this whole block thing. Sure so been working in the industry since at twenty fifteen or so Really exciting times to be in here. I started off as more of a user of the industry and Slowly worked on working different boundaries for different organizations found myself really diving in the technology side of really trying to understand the ins and outs of smart contracts it systems actually run them the blockchain consensus all that stuff and just like everyone else that probably got involved in the industry realize how deep the rabbit hole ago and also interesting the rabbit hole could be as he dove down it so back in early twenty eighteen Might with my business partner. Then in late nineteen started to get involved in Diem or defined money market with gregg derek. Defiantly market foundation and overall goal is just to build really cool products. That help. that really does help. People defy markets really focused on bringing real world assets unchain to help diversify people's portfolios in offer broader access to a wide range of financial instruments so leveraging blockchain chain crypto and smart contracts to help the world.

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"derek" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:50 min | Last month

"derek" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Between the law and look for blessings and sky to make me. Hey and rich and live. Is that really what you on. I am a whole. I do fair lack a wedding down the down the miami product. No way home which you on down the downey. So could you up there bastard. Child don't trust you to do that with one. Hey and in a pod goal with the your stop. i am so easily satisfied. Either call of lover. Who would take little your aries session. I am a whole put you on a wedding dress down the ira down. The i am a product. No may home puts you those down. The down the can hot by spans. Alan and you know deceived. And.

"derek" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

07:45 min | Last month

"derek" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Of an unknowing truth right on me. It's also the only place you are. That's right you know like well. That's why i can't when. I'm watching him making a murderer. I'm like proved that. I had a sandwich this morning like you can't you can't prove anything or you prove anything. You could be like the sandwich in there or there wasn't a sandwich like we record these conversations in it's fun to have that but like the files will be gone someday. You know what i mean like. Everything is slipping away. And the more you let. Go of form the boeing. The spirit the more capable you are of getting in touch with the formless and another word for the formless would be the eternal and the eternal is not really interested in which mammals making sounds was logically right and argued there point better. Everybody would do well to just be like i like everything in this universe this body. This mind is opinion. this thought. This voice is passing. The thing that isn't passing. is my pilot light. My pilot light is a piece of the same infinity that made the stars that built this body and that is the only thing. And that's why you say. God as he is not as i think of him but just just say like mary yes to it and you'll see all of this new stimuli coming from outside and inside and that's mysticism jarwin right. That's right domestic religion but as beautiful as much as that all rings totally true like radiating for me. It's not a thing against which you can measure yourself to see if you're practicing correctly that's right and that's what we most so desperately want. We want to know we're doing better than that guy and to be special and to know that you exist because i think it comes down to fear of death if i'm doing this well and you're agreeing with me. Then pete exists so the my lizard grain relaxes and goes derek. saami the listeners are may i exist. I'm special it's so different. I realized i had this dream about this guy. He was throwing playing cards. And i was throwing playing cards and when my playing cards got thrown. They turned into unbelievable just last night. Unbelievable perfect three dimensional butterflies flying in place or actually bees. They were like beautiful bumblebee butterfly. Hybrids so i was doing this impossible trick and the guy that was throwing the cards Would just throw a playing card in. Hit might be. He didn't care that. I was making literally a miracle and i was like. Oh that's why. I don't like that guy. It's a guy that i have a problem with. I was like you know. Why have a problem with that guy. He doesn't reflect back to me my specialness. He doesn't validate how much better i am than he is. That's humiliation and yet it's uncomfortable to and i'm all for vow mirrors back my value and mare backer value i mirror there's place but in the eternal scheme of things. I'm trying to get more comfortable going. I don't in the grand scheme need you. Derrick to like me are affirm me. I do short game right now. That's that's part of the poppet. Show that pete is putting on right now. I want you to like me. I'm trying more and more to drop on the inner source where all truth all life and everything comes from two point pointed inward instead of out of a made a whole career of going like is that good to get a lot of tweets. And it's a fucking fool's errand. Because as soon as i define myself by public opinion now. I'm addicted to it and even comedian in the world. I'm in a mansion on a hill scheming on how i can remain relevant and now again fifty-five Aren't anything learn. Nothing but more the pressure for more success. I mean it's a it's a. It's a momentum up hill off a cliff but not to overdo the boat metaphors. But i got to do more. I don't know if in your time So many of these waters you ran across the game Don miller but donald miller so he wrote a book called blue like jazz so he's a fascinating guy. We've known each other for super long time. And he's got this great bit language that he would use where he would talk about how. Everybody's life is basically a process of convincing. everyone else. Did they deserve to stay in the lifeboat. And because somebody's got to get out of life. But i mean the lifeboat. It's it's it's time brennan how everybody got go and so everything. I'm doing is in effort to persuade. Everyone around me and probably more deeply myself that i deserve to be in the lifeboat and i deserve a state lifeboat. I'm valuable in the lifeboat on the. Yeah and so he would tell he really had a look on. A huge failures are huge. Like how. How did i manage to do that or to treat those people like that or this thing in my life. This corner fell off or whatever it is. It's like oh well like that was me just obsessing on persuading everybody of my value in the lifeboat. Yeah that's it goes wrong. You're like i mean a kicked out a the lifeboat now. Oh for god's sake. And i got i got everybody's got a as a guy valuable in the lifeguard. I love that language. it's beautiful. I read that book decades. Before i was ready to hear it. I really think ears to hear is valuable thing. And i did not have i was reading it hoping it would reflect back to me what i already knew. I was not reading a book to hear something new I know my dad under the bus. I've quoted him saying that many times. But i think it's indicative of something that we all do. My wife left me. My first wife left me. I'm twenty eight years old. And he said will she laughed you. You've come out clean. And basically what he was saying was. Don't worry everyone's going to keep you in the lifeboat. She's she's a bad person. And you're a good person in your life so they was actually from that lens. I can see. And i even knew at the time. My dad is leading me. How he can it was just. It's indicative of what we do like your wife leaves you. I'm a failure. I can't keep it together. You know. I watched the tiger woods thing all the affairs. And all this stuff and how we love to tear down. And that's basically kicking him out of the lifeboat and what tiger needs to realize what i he doesn't need to realize anything. But what we all would do well to realize is your place in the lifeboat is evidenced by your being in the lifeboat. It's not paying twelve. Pga tournament perfectly. And it's not having a tv show or whatever it is in my case you are not a stranger here avance by the fact that you are here. Yeah that's your ticket to the show. It's not earned it's freely given and you have to fit your accepted and that's your work. No prayer to how many times they don't care is did it or didn't do it. Mostly in the thing that's tough about about. it's actually. it's a gift. i really do. See these gifts but like in my story I was the one who left the lifeboat. I was the one who you know in my first marriage like i was the one who who burned the thing down. I was the one who screwed up. And so for me it. It's basically as me hold my nose and back out of the lifeboat. Like i didn't belong there and and it took me a to like you know if you see your say. Hello the the in the dylan song. Says if you see her yeah. I always respected her for doing what she did and get free..

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"derek" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

06:26 min | Last month

"derek" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"It's like you kind of sabotage yourself. You can't help but right now mimic yourself. You can't help but try to recreate a thing. That was organic eighteen minutes ago. You know you just can't help do it. And and that worked for a little bit honestly near the end of ten years with that band which is god knows more than twice what most people get in a band. I started to realize what we've built a thing and there's expectations around thing and there's people's livings connected to a thing and i have. I'm more risk tolerant than the rest of my friends. And i think as a songwriter. This just things i want to explore. You don't spend ten years. Touring in and out of a lot of churches and big christian festivals to not have books full of of content. That you can't wait to write about but you're kind of gnawing on the hand that's feeding you the whole time and i couldn't do that inside of the band and so i started kind of write songs that were not in an effort to launch a solo career. God knows but songs they were like. Wow that's great and you can never ever play that onstage. Eddie navarre sugar low. You know what i know. What give me a area that you were singing about her writing best. Yep so here's an example so there was a book that you might have heard it because it was really big and this would have been lord knows twenty years ago but well okay by the way. You should have josh harris here. Because character he wrote that book and he's fully deep whatever and has fasting perspective on all this his former life as the guy who wrote talked to josh anyways so it was this book the jay okay so the prayer jabe was this little hardback book. It looks like it goes on coffee table. Written by getting bruce wilkinson great bible teacher. he'd written all these great commentaries and stuff but this little book was about this one. A random prayer from the old testament super obscure character. We don't know much about. We don't really know much other than this one. Line of this prayer. He prayed about expanding territory and giving him and we don't really know what god did. We don't know how he answered. We don't know if he prayed it more than one time. We don't know much. But bruce found it and he thought you know i'm gonna make a little thing out of this so he wrote a book rage and it was like a thing. Where if you pray this prayer every day for thirty days. It's the prayer that god can't not answer the god must answer. That's on the back of the book. Got and it was like take the jay bilas challenge and go pray this prayer every day for thirty days. And god's going to expand your territory and give you riches and give you wealth and he would say a spirited gospel yes but it was being done. The trojan horse was beautiful. It was it really. Was i mean he built. It's so beautifully. He was an unlikely character to come up with this. Because he'd been a trustworthy guy. It reminds me of it reminds me of like the bible code. There was like a real. Yes hi to be like can we. Yes crack. the bible's magic to work for us and it just squeeze it like an orange and so anyway so he wrote this book. And i don't even think he probably thought maybe he just had hit hit a quota or something. I don't know but he he turned it in and it actually just went. He sold ten million copies of it. It just went huge. And so then. As as i'm sure you understand there were just merch lines flying every direction. The job as devotional. Bible in the craig says i love. We're talking about one. Passage in the old testament gets bible. It's fascinating and but he and he would do this thing where and so. Here's that's all context. Here's what happened so my band was at one of these things that it was called. The cba was atlanta georgia. The christian booksellers association. It's where you go. If you're a person who makes things it's getting sold into that world you go there you make your case and you play your showcase and you do your thing so we were there to do and we had a great spot. It was like all of the christian Retail buyers for the nation. Were in a ballroom. These are the people who put everything on every shelf. It snagged christian bookstore. That's hundred percent correct. Yeah for the retail so they were all there and it's also authors to so and we had this great spot. Because because bruce wilkinson prejudice was the biggest world right then it was so big it was so big like these stores were doubling their revenue just with all the end caps at the front of the stall the j. as goods like all the james branded stuff because the book was so big expanded. A secretary bro. well ironically. It's one of those works but just for me. Yeah that's right but it only works for me. Works wants but it works. It works under very narrow condition but anyways so we were the opening slot and he was the headliner Or you know what i'm sorry. He was he was the headliner. We were the after party. That's what it was so we were in this big ballroom. Some other bands at played. An bruce wilkinson was going to speak. And there's a huge deal because he's the he's the biggest thing in the world right then to these people so he gets up and i'm thinking okay. I don't want to be one of those people like that. We mentioned jars of clay. They're super good. Pows mind that we've been friends for twenty years and those guys have gone through seasons in their career where they got really big like they had. That breakout stuff. That happened with their music in the ninety s and they were opening for staying like they broke out of the universe for a minute. Yeah and they've always been automated. They're still awesome. But the point is everybody piled on those guys when they got big because it was like. Oh something must be up. You know like the cell thing anymore. They're not even a thing. You can do any more successful in anywhere doing anything by texting how you do it like. That's not but in the nine we were mad or we green. They went to geffen suspicious. Exactly so anyways i was like i wanna walk in with an open mind and i was like i want to hear what he has to say. Maybe this isn't i. I've just heard stuff about the book. I've read this. I want to hear what he has to say so he gets up and for two straight hours. Just tickles years of all these chris retail buyers and like. Listen everybody. I want to give you the best challenge for thirty days. You pray it and this time next year you're gonna come back in here. I mean i. I had i watch it. Come out of his mouth. You're gonna come back in here and i want. I cannot hear your stories of how your christian bookstore has doubled in. Revenue doubled in size. Your gonna be buying the store next door. It's the press. God must answer. He's an expand your territory. I cannot wait and who here..

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"derek" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

08:06 min | Last month

"derek" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Loves you and i. He doesn't know me saying anybody. And i go got review to and he is. That's why we don't get cove. It and i was like okay. You know what. That's why did that bother me. Because i subscribe to those feelings all the time i i'd love me and that's why when bad things happen that fell apart. Yeah well and because occasionally those rules work like in any random thing we can anything. We're testing at any time. It's it's as you were good boy. And that's why jet appetite to you and that's why they gave shocks. You don't have insurance. Being a good boy is a good thing even scientists that will say getting the the tribe to like you as beneficial like there's no shortage i'll find out scour the universe defined the expert that agrees with me and that and that's why talking old people as a drag because they have every seat on their council filled and what jesus is saying. I think i started says about new wine. Skins means tear the whole thing down. That's what buddhist when he says the world is on fire. Humiliate yourself surrender. And do the better but mary did. This is again ritchie. Just say yes. I don't understand. But yes. I don't understand but okay i don't understand but how that's all is said and that's why and it's back to failure. It's back to like again like why you're pregnant. In that time without a husband was was a failure idea right. Do you think growing up without a father was a failure. Yes look at this. Jesus getting baptized. This wasn't a guy whose agenda was to prove to you that he was perfect or that the plan was to be perfect or the perfect. This was a guy going like okay. I'm here and i'm dance. Most impart for imperfect circumstance and the most imperfect moment in the most unlikely part of the world. It's like all of those things lined up and actually the whole story in the old testament story is nothing but those stories. It's one cup after the other as the hero. And that's kind of it's like it's almost designed to make sure you don't mistake these people for euros that's right and that's what i i love that. Okay what did i did. I do this. We could do this all day. I'm afraid because it's all i really wanna do. Some some forced some willed humiliation. I remember i was talking to krishna. Dasa and criticism musician who was with round us in india. Who met marashi. I won't tell the whole story. But the point is a guy who's who's pretty dyed in the wool when it comes to who is guru is and what he's about what. His practices ends up architecture. That means he he's in love with his guru. He's in love with the universe and that's how he is truth and i was like i watch this documentary about a guy who interviewed people who were in cults and he d program and one of the things that he would say is. We're not all one you think we're all one That's ridiculous. Like if i poke you feel that that's you you're over there. I'm over here. And i and i said to k. d. said what would you do if if d program are said that to you you're grew wasn't the universe he was a man. You're not the same as me. You're over there. And say he said okay and i was like that some next level i never thought of just going the bible contradicts itself. Jesus which is a man. He's not even referenced another historical documents and just going okay. He's not a man in the sky but also he is jesus the one and only son of gotten so am i and so are you. These are other wonderful paradoxes. Because if the these phrases made sense they wouldn't they wouldn't add up to mystical religious practice. It would be like all. These are my rules and this is the construction. This is not ideas their relationships there are things that are supposed to feel different at different times. So with hundred percent right. Why don't you tell me. I didn't listen to candidates. Call i knew about annan's call Tell me a bow how you grew up. We start anywhere you want. I'm interested in texas christian. University is interesting to me. Yeah i now just starting a christian band what it means to be in a christian ban what it meant to be all. That's very interesting. Yeah well so. I always lived in south. I started in memphis tennessee. I live in nashville now. So i'm not too far from from there but And i have always played music. That's always been i've Much the way my story goes is. I'm not good hardly anything. I'm like five six. I'm uncoordinated was terrible school. I've been unsuccessful in relationships. You know my whole adolescent was a nightmare. Everything about my life was frustrating. And then i found music and found it really young and that was a gift. Why was it. What what flavor nightmare was it. Well just like everything that was being measured and valued in the first half of my life. I was terrible at so it's like do you have a girlfriend. How're you doing in school. How can kick the soccer ball. And i and how tall are you. I was terrible awful Awkward about all that stuff. But i found music and i found it early and so that became like my whole thing is good hardly anything but the few things i'm good at i'm super fucking good at five managed to be able to focus on those few things and that's my whole life is obviously the the slow working my way down to the tip of the spear you know to get to spend as much time as possible only doing things that i feel like i'm uniquely can bring value you know into situations that i can get into and so the point is when i was a kid i found music found early single digits seven eight nine somewhere in there and then just focused on that to the detriment of everything else and so just went ahead and kept all those narratives going failed out of school in just was terrible and continued to be at the things that didn't seem to matter to biogen college. I didn't go to college. Yeah texas no so. I was at didn't go to college. I was college in proximity to college. Mind geographically physically. Yes yes geographic. So what happened was Plane band all through high school wound up in. Its it was. It was this monk's seventh or eighth century monk or whatever and And he was like one of the first translated the bible from latin to english and did it through songs. That was the cute story. We all learned in college. I didn't because i didn't go to college. Clarify that one more time but all my friends were learning that so we started this band and it was started in texas i moved to texas. My parents moved to texas. When i was in high school. And a buddy of mine from high school and a from his his from college Started a band and a month later. They needed a guitar player. In that was me they. We all met each other. And my my buddy. Who was the other guitar player and singer. I sang and played guitar and wrote songs for that for that band. came so the other guy who played in that band other singer. His dad was the pastor mega church pastor second baptist. Church houston Ed young huge huge president the southern baptist convention for many years. Big figure in that deal. I didn't grow up with that. I grew up in the church and stuff My parents i was in the south of course but He was at tcu texas christian university. That's kind of our band got started. So i'm kinda moved there to fort worth texas and that was kind of where the band i was a little wandering and then move there and we started the band and toured texas colleges for a bunch of years and that was in the early nineties and then we got signed to a record deal and imprint. So you play well so and so it was..

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"derek" Discussed on UX Podcast

UX Podcast

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"derek" Discussed on UX Podcast

"It's it's an incredible piece of of of evidence that the inclusive design process works and it ends up creating a thing that is incredibly accessible and a kind of a a really great experience for many people with disabilities. It's not perfect. I'm sure but what a what a great story. Yeah fantastic So we'll definitely add that to show notes as well derek. We don't want it to be eight years before we have you on the show again but it has been awesome having you and talking to you again and hearing some updates and fantastic airing also that you see this resurgence as well and that we should keep going at it now really we. We have to we this. This is this is what i do. It's we get people that are interested in them excited. We wanna keep them excited. And and you know willing to do the work i mean. That's that's what this is. We've all got to be willing to do the work so that everybody can use the things that we're creating and that's that that resonates with a lot of people so i'm hoping that that continues and and that will just see this. Continue to improve. So thank you for having me too is still. I still can't believe it's been eight years. We definitely should like we. Can we need to. We need to reduce that gap. I'm i'm happy to come talk with you with you all anytime you want to. It's always a lot of fun. Excellent great derek joining us. Thank you off..

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"derek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:22 min | 4 months ago

"derek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome to the Derek Hunter Show Derek is taking off this weekend. I am Pat McDonough and I will be filling in for Derek. And there is so much in the news, of course. Which we will cover. And we welcome your phone calls today at 4 10 92 to 66 80 or 1 809 2 to 66 80. Freedom kind of an important word kind of an important concept. What is America or what would America be without freedom? And would you agree with me that we are losing our freedom? You know when I look back, and I think that we have as much freedom today as we had just saved Five years ago. How about a year ago? For the pandemic. If there has been one significant overwhelming. Attack on freedom. It has been the pandemic itself, but more so than the pandemic. The so called leaders, our leaders. In this country. In this case, the ones we elected representatives and then around the world, But in this country, the ones we elect are supposed to work for us. Like Governor Hogan and Johnny Olszewski and others. How have they performed during this pandemic? When you compare their performance. To freedom. It's pretty clear In my opinion, they have no respect for freedom. It's all about shutting down freedom. It's all about shutting down people. You don't have the right to go to church. You don't have the right to go to a restaurant, destroying the economy, the jobs and the business. That's what the leaders have given us, though they say it's all about science that science but no, it's not. Science, facts and relationship to restaurants don't indicate like the mayor of Baltimore City. I'm sorry. The new mayor of Baltimore City he white at this point in time unless he proves otherwise. Would never call the leader. He shut down his entire city. His city was already Pretty much destroyed and shut down and he made it worse. Is an elected representative of the people supposed to make things worse. Well, he did. He's a guy that claims well. He wants to take care of the disadvantaged. He wants to take care of minorities. He's a big supporter of black lives matter. What about the thousands of young black men and women who lost their jobs in Baltimore City as a result of him, closing down all of those businesses? Those young people who worked as servers. And other positions in the restaurant industry. What about them? Don't they matter? That was a reckless, steer responsible thing for that mayor to do, And that's what he did his first day on the job. So where are Politicians when it comes to freedom. They're not doing a very good job. They're showing us that they don't have respect for freedom. You know, In some cases, it's not really just what they're doing and taking advantage of this pandemic to demonstrate their power over us. Look at the education system. Specially higher education the universities in the colleges Where the freedom of speech is being destroyed. Freedom of speech no longer exists. You know if you're not politically correct, and you're not woke, whatever that means, right? Guess what? You don't get to speak. And not only that, but the students on that campus don't have the opportunity and the freedom to hear you and your opinion. It's another attack on freedom. Then you look at K through 12. Right here in Baltimore County and other places. It's not only attack on freedom. In the school system. It's an attack on the freedom. To be taught and educated. With honest history of the United States. Because you're being taught a phony history, you'll be taught being thought of black lives matter Version of history. You're being misled, Misinform brainwashed inculcated with hatred. That's an attack on freedom. Do I have to say anything about religion and faith and freedom? Where's the freedom? Practice your faith. These churches are being shut down. These pastors are being fined. I know of a couple churches personally, a couple of congregations that have been fine and I know one in particular that has already going to court and won the case. Now you're starting to see in the restaurant business. You are starting to see the restaurant's standing up. And we will hopefully have James King with us this week. Who is standing up as a freedom fighter. You know when I see these parents marching and protest Ng in Baltimore County And other places because they want their Children to have access to a free And true education. They want reopening. It's their tax dollars our tax dollars paying for Schools to be shut down. They were freedom fighters. Just like the restaurant and small business owners are freedom fighters. And who are we fighting? We're fighting Governor Hogan. We're fighting Johnny Olsavsky. We're fighting against the people. Like Mayor Scott In Baltimore City who were supposed to represent us And we need to now fight them to keep the jobs alive to keep the educational life. I mean, these young people that go into the school systems, their percentage of the cove. It I don't know less than 1%. In fact, she's saying closed the doors. He's another guy. He's been as bad as the pandemic, even though he's a hero among those who want to have the lockdowns the clothes down to the overpowering the destruction of freedom. He's their hero. But he's not a hero. He's talking about. We're not going to be free of this pandemic till the fall. Why are we not going to be free when we have the vaccines? Get them out there. Get them done. Get them, mate. Don't send them to Europe or Pakistan Take care, as the president used to say. Of America first. 80% of the people suffering and dying are the elderly. Are they receiving? The vaccine was supposed to Being held up. Why? So Freedom in America has been under attack and what I say to that is this. In order to bring it back. In order to restore The freedom we had. We deserve this country. That's what this country's all about. That's what the revolution was all about. That is what the Constitution and the bill of rights are all about. And we cannot tolerate the idea that we will accept our loss of freedom. And we also at the same time cannot take for granted our freedom. You know, we take for granted. A lot of people take for granted their freedom like oxygen. Oh, it's there, isn't it? Isn't it there? So you know why worry about it? No. No. We've got to embrace our freedom. We've got to fight for our freedom. We've got to have a new freedom movement in America. That's what I'm getting to We need to come off of this pandemic. With the new Freedom Movement in America..

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"derek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"derek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Prepared a free special report entitled The Six Things You must know before you buy because having the right information it could either make or break your chances of being successful in today's market. So then tell us what What type of information have you been able to put together? Well, they're one of the things that the report goes into is the number of questions that you should be asking yourself before you commit to a certain type of mortgage. You know questions Like how long you think you're gonna own the home with direction are interest rates going? What are some of the economic indicators? You should be paying attention to to make sure you're you know you're watching it and how things are changing. And when you have the answers to these questions and other questions, you'll be able to determine the best mortgage that you should be looking at. Especially in today's current market, where things are kind of crazy. You've got to be prepared to go into back out off with it with a powerful weapon and not a butter knife. Because inventory is so tight, you have to have every advantage when competing against other buyers. Being armed with the right information is going to allow you to ask tough questions and really have your your best chance of getting your dream home that that you've been thinking about, And I said ah few weeks ago that it deserves repeating for all the buyers out there that may have given up because inventory is tight, or they decided to hold off. I say, don't give up. You know there's a lot of opportunities out there and and building well for your family. Should not be content should not be put off and we can definitely help. But I know it's been a tough real estate market, but it sounds like you have ways to give someone an advantage. Yeah, definitely Derek and the report could help you get a free copy. Call me directly for 10 793 16 16. We set up a special website. It's www dot buyer blunders dot com That's fire blunders calm or just.

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"derek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:05 min | 5 months ago

"derek" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back to the program. Ladies and gentlemen, I am Derek Hunter. This is the Derek Hunter show looking at the news there. Oh, by the way, the number would be a part of it. 410 wcbm, 6 80 or 100 Wcbm 6 80. Joe Biden. They're expecting some announcements to supposed to be tomorrow. But who knows? Um Joe Biden is expected to announce the guy and Antony. There's no H in his name. So I assume Antony Antony Blinken. Blinking. Sounds like a misspelling to be his secretary of state. I love all his wars he was in the Obama administration. And we'll carry out. It's amazing to me. That the left is going so berserk over foreign policy in this England Donald Trump's was such a horrible foreign policy president. It's really terrible what he did. We're gonna have to restore The U. S the image abroad. We must do that. What is the image abroad? We have been bombing people, but in bomb a wedding when bombed Americans, both things that Barack Obama did. What we did do what he did do what Donald Trump did is what none of them thought was possible. He brokered peace between Israel and a bunch of its neighbors. In a way that Woz scoffed at by the so called experts who I imagine include Mr Blinken. But it was a new approach. Smart new approach. Hey, hey, if the Palestinians are not willing to Negotiate in good faith. Why should we waste our time negotiating with the Palestinians? Let's cut them out of the process. Now Palestinians are jumping around going. Wait a second. We need to be in this process. Yeah. The whole process was about you for decades, and it got nowhere. Had pretty much everything you wanted handed to you on a silver platter on multiple occasions..

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"derek" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

02:41 min | 10 months ago

"derek" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"You know we have to continue to make sure that we are engaging. The folks that are have supported this lead for for a long time. In there will still be supporting in watching following like. He said I think. We have to continue to show a level of connection. To conversations and discussions and passion behind our racing in America social justice, and and the road at these players play. In continuing to share their messages in work they believe in. I think we also have to continue to show our respect to colby and was these are going through at home and when they turn on a WNBA, it could be you know for a couple of hours. just a way to look at women being graceful, powerful and. and. Performing in a way that gives them some inspiration. Continue to batterer piketty degrees at their fighting grew so. There's a lot on the line and opening weekend. Put Together Areas Derek Fisher the head coach of the La Sparks here on the her hoop. Stats podcast I really appreciate him calling in being a part of the PODCAST, it means a lot to me and thanks as well that allow Horowitz. Who does media relations for the LA sparks for believing in this podcast and helping us so wrangle coach Fisher for a few minutes here in the preseason got some other things planned wnba wise four this week, so be on the lookout, looking forward to bringing those to you, and not only that we've got the unplugged podcast where we do a little bit more of the prognostication, the speculation on a what's happening and what's. What's not in the WNBA. We're also going to put out a lot of content this week. On her hoop stats to get you ready for the season. Including some power rankings we all power ranked the wobble and will let you in on. Basically are championship picks before the since starts, and who thinks that the top who thinks at the bottom, and I've just got to say man incredible respect for these women that have. Uprooted their lives taken it all to Bradenton to play basketball, I know that the game means so much to them that they would decide to do this and I know it's been a tough decision free, even some of them as well, but obviously we're all wishing for the very best for everybody in Bradenton and for a safe and healthy start to the season and this time next. Next week we're going to be talking about the results of the first Games from Bradenton. The executive producer of the her hoop stats..

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"derek" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"derek" Discussed on RunPod

"Run. I guess it's going to be part of the world champions within the four by four World Champs in ninety one I have a couple of individuals is the first time about the British record in the League Games. Twenty seven thousand nine hundred eighty five eleven forty five PM. Not The I remember running when you have to run like eleven forty five at night no different. Everything's just that day. You calibrate the whole day to that time and that is because it was live in America and Steve Cram was running against an American. They wanted to live in the state. So the whole meeting started about nine evening and went on. And that's the best midnight but Yeah it's no different. You just start your day later. So it's just a regular day. What's your pro destroy run? Oh proudest run. I could say the same rice for all of these really. I suppose proud is has to be Barcelona the fact that I finished. You know what I set out to do. It's my slowest runs. If you next question what is the last minutes run? Four under so. I'd say proudest possibly Barcelona which trainers when you're running While I was contacted Nike for many years And then I went to Addis addidas now. Even I'm not officially contract manager's listening to me thank you But now I think the reason I do that now is the time I I was with Nike. Then I went to this. I now will only by Addidas because I want to invest in a company that invested in. May So if I can out and buy it. They can still do the same as they did for me. Too Young and upcoming other athletes. Yeah absolutely and can I ask as well when you go or when you get a runner's high do you feel your best when you fairly. I mean as a as a professional athlete. You basically trying to peek at the major championships so being in that environment being an Olympic Village C. And all these other Olympians knowing that you're in great shape walking out onto the track performing for me care about to learn the first round even the second round you you run the rice exactly the way you expect to win it you walk off dust you walk off the track not even blowing so everyone's going. Oh my God. He is in shape. There's no better feeling than than that. The only feeling better than that is when you get off the rostrum. You know when you've had that metal around you in that plane the mastermind for watching your flacco them. That's great but for me spending environment I loved it. I love being in that environment of at a major championships and bay. One of the best athletes or sportsman in the world at the end of the day. You know because that's what you are. I bet being on that podium is just amazing great. Yeah I mean that's I didn't get as many as I'd like to but frankly never been on a few and standing on there. I think the first emotion is that of relief. Because it's worked. You've done it if you look at someone on Russia's Olympic year this year when they get on that rostrum and they put the metal around the net. The first thing most people do is look at it bites and take a massive breath. Because we've done it and that's four years of work to get to that point so it's a massive massive step and then the emotions coming because people's mind starts flashing back on all the people that's been involved all the sacrifices of commitment that they've made the highs and lows and it all comes rushing and that's why people get in okay emotional but it's relief that emotions that this and it doesn't get an abandoned last question. Why is it that you love running so much question one is because I was good at it? I'm we all like doing things that we're were good at to. You just free you. Just get out and whatever pace you go out. You can set your own targets. You're in your own. World is a great time and a place to think admittedly. I don't love the long long distances so I wouldn't run America. Not Happy to a five K. But it's a great failure especially when he's carrying well it's a lovely failing failing the freedom And you're in your own little world which is in this day and age. We very rarely get the opportunity to be and Derek. Thank you so much. You know. You're no officially of Emperor of the rump Laudrup. Ooh thank you very much and it was painless as well. I don't ever expect membership fee. Take and Derek. Thank you so much. It's been so interesting and listen as I say. If you get a chance you forgotten or you maybe you. You haven't seen the video go and check Derek online on Youtube. It's everywhere and watch that moment it's so inspiring and it still love lamb. Police say hi to dot. Jim Thank you very much to..

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"derek" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"derek" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"I could give that as an accident is one office a wanted. What an intimate situation talking like Derek get to coach her brain down man? That's the thing I mean get free or brain is not working right now. Okay that's a you know what yeah I can understand brain's not working. Did you work drinks obviously she's he's a horrible tipper like at a restaurant she doesn't tip Oh gosh I think I would hate that but not it wouldn't be dealbreaker. That would be a deal breaker for me being being in the way someone treats like a waitress or the way they treat them the most important things the way they treat them totally agree. I would definitely say something about it but I don't think it would be a deal deal breaker for me. Okay that's fair. She wears the same perfume as your mom. I don't think my mom even wears perfume. Say That because I wear the same perfume Jason isn't definite dealbreaker for anybody anybody who wouldn't is weird. It's the funniest thing to me and I don't know if I brought this up on another podcast or not but Jason Jason and his brother picked up perfume for me. They went to the store because Jason Thought I needed a new power smell and yeah he didn't like my marshmallows smells and I like that okay so him and his brother went and they're trying all these perfumes and they get to this like that her smell this is the power smell l. or this is so great love and then start wearing it and then down the road. He's like telling his mom bought her lowy and Jason's. Mom goes those you this what I wear pads than it's good. I love that okay so a lot of people had questions for you but I don't have time to read all of them but which is so funny look at the first one. Does he cook how come he didn't use his microwave. That is so funny. It's literally the first one people want to know if you would have been the bachelor if you were asked this kind of goes back to what we talked about earlier. I think that that sometimes when people talk about this they play it up because they say what People WanNa hear. I think if you're sure of yourself you know yourself. I think I very much know myself. Thank you therapy for helping and so like my answer is why the hell would you say anything but yes in that situation. You know like what a super awesome awesome unique opportunity to seek love and also do some cool shit yeah you close yet any learn so much more about yourself yeah yeah. I think you're looking for donor yourself then sure thing come that a lot more but literally every time people make it seem like there there. It was the hardest decision of Oh. I don't know an an and they go on for like five minutes before and then finally they're like but I finally came into this realization that yes did. You said that I actually did say no for a long time because they were putting me against another girl yeah that that's a unique. If it was that I would have said Hell Yeah but it was because of that I actually said No. I'm not doing it. I would have said the same thing yeah nick. No I agree. I think I would have never got when we were there. At the time. I'm me Blaker Colton. I would have never done the whole two on one thing but anyone that would say anything but yes I can think of one situation which I'm not going to bring up in why you would say no now you have to. Why would you even say that because I think there could be people from last season that that may be have other things going on that they would pursue? That's well yeah when you're dating ten supermodel I think how do you say no and so people would ask me after show. That'd be like of course like why would I not do it right. You're politicking to be. I'm like no I just would. I did think he I actually actually did thank you. Were that was one thing that's so funny that you said that because I didn't remember until right now I was like this guy is campaigning to be the bachelor timeout was asked I was like yeah of course like why would I not do that. I love that because it was just like transparency instead of this like well. I don't know you you know about it for months and months and yeah no I get this but I just it's when people start really playing off their edit of the show when they're like you know and they use the one line that everybody loves and everybody loves you and then you go and put it on your instagram from you know like I really love is love is love and I'm just I'd Hilo. That was what made me like love you. When you said that I was like Oh my God this guy's amazing? He just quoted Oded Oprah. I'm in love with him. Okay Lorrie wants to know. Do you agree with how this show dealt with the Demi and Christian situation ration- yeah. I don't think there's kind of already touched on that. I think I don't think they mean like her stain but just dealt with the situation. I think it was very realistic and like knowing me the way that I do now yeah. I think it was presented. The problem is not I think in the way it was presented. I think it's more in the way that people are perceiving it totally because they're like viewing it through their own. Lack loss yeah you went on a date recently Lee with Stephanie Pratt. We try try it out a little bit dates before before paradise. Oh before paired four. It's okay I'll go yup yup and air just like it didn't work out so you're single right now okay. So would you go back on a reality TV show so you've had you've had an interesting state rights. That's one of the questions people aren't enough. You would go back on paradise or I guess another danger. I think like I feel like I've told the joke three times now and it's just like knocking to be funny anymore. I mean in the way of an an analogy. It's like time that I moved on so I mean frankly. I don't think that's in my future. I I can't say no one hundred percent yeah but like this time talking about you said no I told them no for months yeah doing paradox really and it was a very last minute thing to be like all right. Well yeah might as well Ruby wants to know prior to arriving in Bachelor in paradise. Who did you WANNA see? I talked about this on a few different podcasts. I was actually pretty interested me. you always were yeah. I thought she yes. She's edgy. That's funny. Yes super really funny no so I hang out with so many comedians in the city of just like through my friends yeah friends with tons of comedians really comics yeah so like somebody who is able to make like that and and get me out of my head. Ask Ask that's huge yeah okay. I feel like we covered everything else because everyone's asking the same questions we've already talked about. So who who do you think obviously Derek before the soil by who if you had to pick one person person from Bachelor World Today Derrick Oh I had to pick somebody for you. I'm I can't even remember who single right now. That could be hooked up break somebody else okay yeah now. We're really looped up. That's going to become a whole thing it is. I can't wait. Please use the Hashtag Lube up I don't know I can't think of bad because got it trying to think of like funny edgy. There's not many there's all amazing people but funny edgy. Usually there's like a emotional backstory behind people right like in the funny people in sort of like almost villain role. Would you date Hannah yeah I mean I wouldn't say I think I think she's she is. I'm sorry but she planted you as my favorite i. I know that's everybody I if I wasn't so established in my other life I would be like yeah yeah if I would be. I would be like that was my thing. I was like you know but now I'm like. Yes girl. She's got that whole like just says what's on your mind thing that I can see that she I could only see because we hung out with her in Miami for a little bit everything you've described that you want someone I think she she kind of. Has that wow. Let's send it. Let's get what's what's their name panic mines hard because mine has Hari that sounds like very Norwegian panic Hashtag Lube up hashtag Hanoch hashtags send it GS. We've put it out there and you know what I'm a matchmaker of my generation. I did this whole thing on called the Blairite where I found love for this girl on my podcast and I I just did the same for you so you're welcome done cut. That's how we ended but I WANNA say tell us about your podcast. Where people you can find it? Tell us your instagram. Let's blow let's blow it up here will my name is Derek last name and basically just type that in anywhere where you'll find our podcast is the bachelor. It's batches so B. E. T. C. H. E. L. and we have a bunch of our. I think our like our favorite thing is the means that we make so that's half of it so that just it it's so fun sitting with with K. when like she and I watch it and basically we're at the point now. Where we you see like little? It's not the obvious things it's like a little signs of people do yeah and you're like Oh posit that one. That's funny how many girls the podcast well. It's just the two of us but but that's just has like thirty employees maybe twenty scrunchy to take her for sure yeah oh she would. I love that stuff. She wears on here. I'm yes I'm not giving her. This one this like I couldn't get another podcast. Where can people find out everywhere? I tune spotify. Everyone confusing okay well. Thank you so much for coming in sitting on the couch with this hungover piece of Shit here and drinking with us in the open and great plural. Oh Dang over pieces of Shit's pieces of Shit Oh. I don't know what yeah it's it's not..

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"derek" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"derek" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And she just kept saying, magic over and over again. So then I just started referring to him as a Madge off clearly. Yeah. Everybody remembers thing with Derek Dietrich where I just started calling him the D And no one remembers that hours good. I mean riddles his nickname's gotta be Ridler. Now you've got to imagine. But they're experimenting with him in centerfield. And Lewis Brinson has been moved to right field in the minors sort of addressing which you've always said, which is just a terrible because they got rid of every good outfielder. So they now need outfielder you shocked at how much I know about the Marlins minor league system has I'm surprising myself. I'm remembering this correctly, and I could be wrong. I remember on opening day. They had people's nicknames next to them. So you get to know the player whatever and I think JT riddles nickname was t- because I guess, JT was too long. I could be wrong but I know there was someone that had just simply one letter. As their nickname. And it was like a very simple name that didn't need to be short. I liked how JT riddle and then we had JT real Mito, and they both one of them puts the dot in between Jay and the team. And one of them does. I don't remember which one which but they like we're both like no. You put the dots and the other one was like, no never dot so someone should have been named Jay, Don or something like, right? We welcome in Dan Le Batard are resonant Derek Dietrich expert who yesterday for some reason, said that separated himself from his comment Dietrich was a minor league hitter. Yeah. You put several years there that weren't there that you said this last season that they're Dietrich was a minor league ball black. He's berry bonds. It was it was two years ago Barry Bonds, and he hit three home runs yesterday. How many heads does he have this, easiest thirty hits seventeen of which are home runs? Imported update JT real mutual dots. Thank you very much, Derek Dietrich is now third tied for third. In the National League with home runs. It means two of the top three homerun hitters in the National League or Christian yelich Derek Dietrich. I don't think it's fair to hold Dietrich against the Marlins. I don't and not just because I was wrong about him like they waived him. They simply wave claimed him. They weren't trying. Everyone was wrong Marlins were just one of all the other type I feel like the rest of baseball agreed with me when he was waived and all of them said, you know what he's not a major leaguer, did they not agree with at least upset with it. But it was mainly because I just liked Eric Dietrich, and I thought like you know what I mean this team is going to be bad. What does it kill you to have their on your team? But I did not expect us. I don't think anyone did. It'd be great if this year in the homerun derby. It was American League versus former Marlins, and it was just like. Derek Dietrich Christian yelich owes Oona. We could find someone else saying that what a bus of a trade that's been putting he's been injured older problem Marlins killing that trade stand barely plan at all. So he doesn't even make the former Marlins Rosser. You can maybe try to crack the American League man. This is funny. What's happening with their D Derek DJ three homers in a game? And now Furthermore, I'm about this. When he's having that bloop wasn't blue, but it was a double where he was shirtless. A game winning double, and he took off his shirt. It's no lie. It's the background on my computer. Like I'll show you right now. Background. I'm like that. This is the background like you can see it. Yeah. I wanted to put this on a t shirt, but I figured I might run into some sort of legal issues with, like the photographer. He's so hand, he's so hand forced yelich is in that photo. Happy. So happy. Look, how many people are at that, gene. Man more ads than people more more alcohol. This is a big crowd..

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"derek" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"derek" Discussed on World Cafe

"Give me some more money derek smalls from the new album smalls change i want to talk a little bit about the studio process on small change now famously the amps tap used during the documentary this is spinal tap went to eleven we'll play just a bit of a clip tremend listeners this is dr nigel tufnel with documentary director mardi de bergey you see most most blogs playing at ten your own ten here all the way up all the way up you all the way up your own ten on you could tell where can you go from that i don't know exactly what we do is if we need that extra push over the cliff you know we do put it up to seven exactly one now why don't you just make ten louder and make ten be the top number and make that alone these country eleven so after the documentary the tap film i've the head to toe by cola yeah i was about to say i've heard you referred to spinal tap as the hatchet job why do you say that this was the first american to pray twenty six twenty five cities one council scientifically speaking about eighty seven point two three percent of the time we found our way to the stay straight away did you see that in the film oh no no you you sauce he saw not finding a way to the stage about the similar percentage of the time maybe a little less i got out of the pod straightway didn't see that in the film he had an agenda and i obviously had some years to think about what this might be because he presented himself mr debated as a fan of the band you love the band i wanna phony around your first american tour documented because i'm such a big fan and then he does this so what's what's the deal you you might ask made it ask at bending over both ways to be fair i think is this he was a fan of the band he was frustrated as we were we'd been around for seventeen years then that we hadn't broken through big town and he thought i'm going to help the span breakthrough but turning them into a laughing stock and i was very upset about that when i realized it and my dad's the late duff's mos said to me one point son he called me son he said better to be laughing stock on newstalk it'll derek smalls smalls change the name of the new album this is a solo record that focuses on aging and death famously we've had reflective records of this nature from music icons like yourself including david bowie's blackstar leonard cohen's you want darker warren's yvonne's the wind and now derek smalls small change meditations upon aging why did you decide now is the time to reach out to the world with this landmark record will because it about ten years i don't think it'll be so seemed like the right time but you know it was also a matter of deciding finally coming to grips with facts it's spinal tap is no more the band has had a history not so much breaking up as as of dissolving like a series of little sugarcubes placed in salsa volume coffee you know would be the and then you look that a few hours later where is it so it wasn't a lot of wrangling in fighting and shouting and throwing things to be honest didn't have a lot of things to throw and that's when it started to own on me that on his to make plans for derek as a an individual and not as a member of a unit one last question for your legacy your legacy is in good hands but what about rock and roll well you know there's a lyric in one of the songs on the record i think sums it up rock and roll never forgets but it sometimes has trouble remembered derek smalls legendary bassist from the band spinal tap his new album small change meditations upon aging is available now derek it's been a pleasure thank you so much looking forward to seeing you soon thank you i'm looking forward to to see me soon myself we're going to go out with the title track smalls change on the world cafe tom once it got stolen heats bye four red blue dot now that is that the small over ball small's change that's the title track from derek smalls the bassist of spinal tap his new solo record is called small's change meditations upon aging back in a moment on the world cafe

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"derek" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"derek" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Want to bring things to a concrete example so derek let's say that we're starting crypto currency trading company because trading is the domain in which you saw messaging used the most in your early days at tipco and i'm sure you've seen messaging deployed in latency sensitive environments since then with the lineage of mess different messaging systems i think the basic ideas that the trading companies are trying to tackle or fairly similar to what we had even in your earliest days at tipco like if we're starting a crypto currency trading company we're going to get a bunch of feeds from different exchanges and we have a bunch of traders who are each operating their own nodes where they're doing their crypto currency trading how would it nats deployment work in this context why would we want this message thus in how would we deploy it sure so this goes back to you know nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight right so the first thing we would want to think through is what is the user experience of the crypto trader what do they care about the most and and i'll try to make it simple we can debate but i think for the most part they care that they have the most up to date information right so they wanna know the price of athenian right now or the price of light coin ripple or or stellar whatever those are right bitcoin cazangue cat and so right away if i am the one that's responsible for delivering those feeds and i'm making individual connections to every single client to do that the person who's at the end of the line right is now getting information slightly you know behind the person that i talked to i writing so you wanna start looking at a pub sub model there where i publish it the infrastructure is very efficient even if the last malla cpi p connections and you can do some sort of embargoing.

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"derek" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"derek" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Want to bring things to a concrete example so derek let's say that we're starting crypto currency trading company because trading is the domain in which you saw messaging used the most in your early days at tipco and i'm sure you've seen messaging deployed in latency sensitive environments since then with the lineage of mess different messaging systems i think the basic ideas that the trading companies are trying to tackle or fairly similar to what we had even in your earliest days at tipco like if we're starting a crypto currency trading company we're going to get a bunch of feeds from different exchanges and we have a bunch of traders who are each operating their own nodes where they're doing their crypto currency trading how would it nats deployment work in this context why would we want this message thus in how would we deploy it sure so this goes back to you know nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight right so the first thing we would want to think through is what is the user experience of the crypto trader what do they care about the most and and i'll try to make it simple we can debate but i think for the most part they care that they have the most up to date information right so they wanna know the price of athenian right now or the price of light coin ripple or or stellar whatever those are right bitcoin cazangue cat and so right away if i am the one that's responsible for delivering those feeds and i'm making individual connections to every single client to do that the person who's at the end of the line right is now getting information slightly you know behind the person that i talked to i writing so you wanna start looking at a pub sub model there where i publish it the infrastructure is very efficient even if the last malla cpi p connections and you can do some sort of embargoing.

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"derek" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"derek" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Derek goes west to the bench empty net please get it out at center here's weird so the may believes do end up forcing a game seven and guess that even in the midst of everything that was going on this was this was kind of a ray of hope there in the evening for toronto for may believes fans all over the country actually and they do force a game seven which is secondary and afterwards as much as they were excited about a game seven and we'll talk about it because it's coming up on wednesday you got from both locker rooms from both press conferences coaches as well as the players speaking up about how this tragedy touch them i think the second intermission was when i saw one interview that was on nbc sports network with mitch martyr and he talked about how the guys themselves were kinda waking up from pregame naps and this is something i can totally relate to because i wake up every afternoon during the week and one of the first things i do is check my phone and find out whether or not there's something i've missed if there was a big story and generally i'm looking for sports stories but there are times when i wake up and and i'm stunned by some piece of tragic news that happened while i was sleeping and so he talked about even at their second intermission about how it was so surprising for them to hear this and then to recognize that they were going to go out there and they were going to play and as i say even after forcing a game seven mike babcock and some of the others still worth thinking about the victims and thinking about.

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"derek" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"derek" Discussed on First and Last

"Marlins man then sounds off on on derek jeter on some of the things that that the new ownership group there is done one fan told geeta that the food options at marlins park or junk and overpriced he got booed when he said that he doesn't want to give a time line to their plan he says he a once the stadium to be like a world baseball classics games that didn't elicit much of a positive response he's he did see that say that he was going to meet with the concessions people that was a man of a marlins fan crying at the podium asking why the team didn't add pitching in keep offense of players and then geeta responded by what pitchers could we have signed it was brutal it was awful it was something unlike anything i think derek jeter ever faced when he was a player and so my first question is how would you like to be the person that told derek cheater that it's going to be a good idea to face the heat for ninety minutes from a bunch of angry marlins fans amal egger and for my goal a junior first and last on espn radio on espn app but it was hard to feel sorry for year last night hard to feel sorry for or pretty much anyway but this is what you gets four aligning yourself with a group of people that have no business buying a baseball team and derricks kicked in some money he's got a percentage of ownership but he's basically the face of this ownership group and he's the guy taking understandably so a lot of public aid for some of the things they've done not just with their players but they've they've really gotten off to a wrong wrong to a to a bad start with marlins icons like tony perez and a jack mckeown jeffco nine of former immoral mr marlon what are the teams broadcasters letting them go then offering them to bring them back at a reduced rate and then everything they've done with the roster this is a group of people who are ill equipped to buy baseball team and yet derek jeter because i dunno i guess he one of the title of c o i guess he wanted to be the face.

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