35 Burst results for "Desmond"
Jerome Ford's four TDs lead No. 3 Cincinnati over UCF 56-21
"Jerome Ford rushed for a career high one hundred eighty nine yards and four touchdowns for third ranked Cincinnati in a fifty six twenty one dismantling of UCF Ford sprinted seventy nine yards untouched for his third TD run making it twenty eight nothing he helped the Bearcats outgained the knights three hundred fourteen yards to ninety nine in taking a thirty five nothing halftime lead this week temple was one of the big things because we talked about get on the ball punch him in the mouth early I don't we don't we don't go out and look to score fifty points but if it happens it happens Desmond Ridder passed for one hundred forty yards and a touchdown as the sectional Bearcats extended the nation's second longest home winning streak to twenty four games I'm Dave Ferrie
Ridder, Ford help No. 5 Cincinnati rout Temple 52-3
"Desmond Ridder threw for two hundred fifty nine yards and three touchdowns as fifth ranked Cincinnati rolled to its twenty third consecutive home win a fifty two three laugher against temple Jerome Ford ran for a career high one hundred forty nine yards and two scores for the Bearcats on the first snap of the second half Ford found a gaping hole and sprinted seventy five yards for a TD that made it twenty four three owls QB Dwan Mathis was held to one hundred twenty yards passing after throwing for six hundred fourteen yards and five touchdowns last weekend the bears are five no overall after winning their American conference opener temple fell to three and three I'm Dave Ferrie
Desmond Ridder, No. 7 Cincinnati beat No. 9 Notre Dame 24-13
"Seven Frank Cincinnati went into south bend built a seventeen nothing halftime lead and left with a twenty four thirteen victory over number nine Notre Dame Desmond Ridder threw for two touchdowns and ran for a big fourth quarter score securing a victory in the five and bear cats first ever top ten regular season match up I think we're trying to really we don't want you know I don't think we want to stage a too big for us one thing we were rebel star fast they were right we were in one place customers football on both sides of the ball Ritter was nineteen of thirty two for two hundred ninety seven yards hooking up with Alex Pierre six times for one hundred forty four yards two interceptions and a fumble kickoff spell doom for the Irish all coming in the first half I'm Dave Ferrie
Ridder Helps No. 8 Bearcats Rally for 38-24 Win at Indiana
"Cincinnati forced for Indiana turnovers into thirty eight to twenty four win the number eight Bearcats trailed fourteen to nothing in the second quarter but grabbed the lead for good early in the fourth two plays stood out for three on Cincinnati a ninety nine yard kickoff return by tree talker and a Hoosier fumble on the Bearcats two in the fourth quarter Cincinnati cornerback Desmond Ridder passed for two hundred ten yards going to have time or or even were down fourteen on the wasn't loan faces there wasn't you know heads down or anything I use single caller Michael Penix was picked off three times as the un ranked Hoosiers fall to one in two Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
Yuri Bezmenov Predicts Big Media Catering to Government, Only to Save Themselves
"For me, Jim. Yuri Bez Mina fee. I want you to listen very closely to this folks is a former KGB agent explaining what exactly happens to the woke crowd defending these idiots in the White House and empower right now. When their time comes, check this out. And yet these people have been programmed and as you say in place, and who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept, these are the very people who would be marked for extermination in this most of them. Yes, simply because The psychological shock when when they will see in future what the what the beautiful Society of equality and social justice means in practice. Obviously they will revolt. They will. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people. And the Marxist Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. They obviously they will join the links of the centre's dissidents. Unlike in present United States, they will do not place for dissent in future Marxist Leninist America. Here you can. You can get, uh, popular like Daniel Ellsberg and filthy rich like Jane Fonda for being dissident for criticizing your Pentagon. In future, these people will be simply Squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them. Nothing for that beautiful noble ideas of equality. The irony now is what Desmond Off, said about these useful idiots who kissed the butts of people and power, hoping they'll be the last one is taken out in the end, As he says, You know, you get these chain fund this is because this has taken in the eighties, you know, and they become celebrities for for taking on the Pentagon. Now the left has shifted so completely from Jane Fonda there now fond of Jane. There now the other way around there now completely that they've done a total 1 80 so much So it's almost a 1 83 65 20. Check the math
Yuri Bezmenov Reminds Us 30 Years of Indoctrination Have Produced Idiots
"Out or half baked intellectuals are now occupying the positions of power in the government. Civil service business must media educational system, you are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated. They're programmed to think and react to certain stimuli. In a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind. Even if you if you Expose them to authentic information. Even if you prove that white is white and black is black, you still cannot change the basic Perception and the logical behavior. 30 years of indoctrination in our school system. Academia elitist Hollywood types are culture have produced a generation of leaders who are idiots. They're programmed idiots like Desmond off just said if you want to watch that whole thing I played cuts of it on my podcast. Often I watched the whole video. It really is an eye opener. And you understand how we got to this point where the class of morons we have in charge right now are in charge. This is the show maybe a little tough for you to take today and that's all
"desmond" Discussed on The Long Run
"I mean they definitely had the science culture but not really its own clinical development organization for on college not not in the well-oiled machine that it would later become exactly you know what's great is. That's what we built. And what. I realized over time especially as i spent more time with the research group is you can build a clinical group and you can build that capability not fast but relatively fast you know and you can Get some muscle doing that over and over again the fact was that genetic was founded in seventy six. So i got there. You know almost twenty years later. That research muscle he you know. You can't grow that overnight and boy were were they in. Are they good at research. I was just and i was so excited to spend time with scientists and to work on what i think you would call. Translational research That was those now inspiring at at that time mid-nineties you get there. Was there already a partnership in place with I deck on toxin. The original monoclonal antibody not that partnership came. I think in ninety five ninety six 'cause protection was approved in ninety seven in her substance came just a year later. I think ninety eight ninety eight. That's right your memories good so you had i mean to. in retrospect monumental advancements monoclonal. Antibodies for cancer. Which people by this point had been talking about for about twenty years Hadn't really manifested in the form of approved therapies and these needed to be taken across the finish line and brought all the way the market for patients. That's right so with dak with antonio lopez we worked on the the approval of retirement plan and then Which was hard but then her septum which was massively hard. Because we had to get the therapeutic and the diagnostic And then not long afterwards of aston. Yeah yeah the Jeff jeff antibody. That was a few years later. But now so by the time i came around and start writing genentech. It was later days and those were kind of the big three products at the company. The company was known for It's it's a exceptional work in cancer. but what what were some of the key things you learned in those As you kind of rose through the ranks and probably i. I'm sure he had to make some hard decisions about things that you know drugs that you were going to put on the shelf I mean it wasn't all you know. Rainbows and roses definitely. Not so the i you know. There's so many things. I learned that the most important thing goes back to that translation in the science. In just doing your best to let the science and the data drive your decision making in the cause you make and what you thought you could do I think that was really important. The other thing was just that the and this is one of the things. I actually ended up liking a lot about pharma and biotech is. There's you can take a lot of talented people. They each play a role and make something. Wonderful happened And we just ended up building a great team with with people who in so many roles on that team who knew what they were doing which mattered a lot and made a huge difference. That was that was a big big deal. The things that i think that We were were probably naive from a commercial standpoint on how we thought about commercialization. I think we got better over time. That that improved at the company. Because we just didn't have a giant tradition of this big oncology portfolio and then we as we grew. We had two problems as we grew. One is there. Were jobs where we couldn't find the right person for the job and art had this philosophy that if you couldn't find the right person for the driving should just leave it open. You shouldn't take a b minus and so we we really struggled because we're growing so fast to find the right people and then just management wise loss of people me included got promoted really fast and got these big jobs and trying to make sure that you could do all aspects of the job. Be a great manager. Give people room to grow. You know those are things. I think any company this growing fast struggles with that sounds like putting a lot of stress on your a players. You know the juggling a lot of it is. I look back at the time. I was There was a wonderful time. And i worked harder than humans should work. Yeah yeah but you eventually learn to become a manager and part of that. Job is delegating. hundred hundred. You learn about what it takes to be a good manager. I would say a combination of good role modeling and bad role modeling. Were really important. Art was my boss for most of the time. I was at genentech and there were things he did that. I thought really positive. I'll give you an example. He would often say you. Don't think you're capable of that. But i think you're capable that'll help you give it a try. You know so. He had this really nice way of encouraging Taking some some risks I also had people either. That i managed or or other colleagues who i would see the results of Bad management like people who felt threatened by great people instead of being proud of having great people things like that. And then i really liked working with. Hr i learned a lot from experienced expert colleagues in hr read a bit about trying to be a better manager so i wanted to be good at management. It seems like it made a big difference. And i worked hard to try and be good at it and when you're having a bad day or something goes sideways How do you handle it personally and You know how to you you know. Model that. I guess for your team..
"desmond" Discussed on The Long Run
"So you move onto. Ucsf and what happened next for you. Well it so. Many things happened in nineteen eighty two when i came to ucsf The first thing that i was so proud of and so wanted to do my best and and represent nevada while is to migrate surprise and delight Ucsf for the first time ever in their internal medicine department took a kid from university of nevada. This like it was. It was so exciting. And i was so very happy to be at. Ucf because it's a great institution It just was for me like going to the big leagues Happily because i was for the first time ever out of Out of the house. My my aunt uncle and my grandma lived down the street from. Ucsf um so that was convenient. And i was grateful to have family in the city and two other seismic events happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty. Two one is We just passed the fortieth anniversary of Hiv aids being described so hiv as described describing eighty. One and. i hit san francisco as an intern in eighty two and so the entire training program was heavily heavily influenced by that terrible epidemic Among gay men and san francisco and the other thing was that that ucsf also took another kid from a state school from university of kentucky. Nick hellman who became my best friend as an intern. And we've been together ever since that was good news as well. That's a great story and that you do have those common backgrounds i find. It's really interesting that this is where things get interdisciplinary for you because at this time you're still training to be an oncologist right fought. Hiv aids hiv aids is breaking out and manifesting with kaposi sarcoma in many cases right. That's right luke. Show in by the time. My training by the time. I was three years into my training. Actually moved into the aids clinic in started taking care of caps easter. Coma patients full-time that. So that was my experience at ucsf. Is that there were so many patients With this age related cancer and some patients with foam although many fewer That that that was my specialty that that was an end. The first grant that i ever got was a grant to study See sarcoma so in a way you're kind of like one of the early amino oncologists. I mean if you could just speak for a second on the science here like there was something going on with immune dysregulation which caused this particular type of of cancer to to emerge ila. Still interesting if you remember. The there was a form of kfc sarcoma that we later called mediterranean or typical kaposi's sarcoma that had been a very rare event in an elderly males in the mediterranean area. But here as these patients had low cd four cells and immune systems weren't right some came with new assistance carini ammonia or fungal infections or other infectious diseases but some presented with kaposi's sarcoma and so it was definitely the most obvious Evidence of the importance of your immune system and fighting off a cancer that that if we didn't have an intact immune system in this way Many more people would experience. So i mean you didn't again have a lot of great tools in these years. What did you do for these patients. So the there was we use some chemotherapies that we had traditional chemotherapies But we always were balancing that with the fact that that would make people sick and potentially put them at risk for infectious diseases that you see with hiv aids so we also use some local radiation especially if there was something that was painful But we didn't have a lot of tools and back in the early days of. Hiv is hard to even think about this. Now that we have highly active anti retrovirals and i will say that the patients just didn't lipper Treatment or no treatment. So that they as i cared for those patients before we had good tools i would focus on pain relief. End of life care symptom Improvements and make sure they pay mezin and things like that because these were bad days so but at. Ucsf you're surrounded by a lot of great biologists as well as physicians and this is when you're kind of becoming a physician scientist In this very highly uncertain arena of hiv. An downstream manifestations you. You made a move to go to uganda and i think. Did you go there with with nick as well. Yes nick and i went to study heterosexual transmission of hiv in rockefeller foundation. Funded projects During the aids epidemic now. What drew you to uganda. What were you expecting to to do and learn in hundred. Turn out for you. We'll what what drew both of us in the original intent was to ask. The question is is there. Heterosexual transmission of hiv going on in africa In the us we have these risk groups that we were pretty clear about but what was happening in. Africa and was very frightening was evidence of heterosexual transmission And so the original intention and that remained was to try and understand things like Sexually transmitted diseases and other behaviors that might be contributing to a much higher rate of Sexual transmission you're heterosexual interaction and then the secondarily I had a. I had moved my grant to study capital coma. Uganda so we were saying. A massive number of patients with campuses are coma and in addition to the mediterranean form of kfc sarcoma. There's also an african form kaposi's sarcoma And in that milieu. It was it was literally. Kfc circum- was just exploding in in uganda and And so trying to understand that trying to help care for those patients and do dat research was really an important part of the project you know. I actually visited uganda a couple years ago. On before my kilimanjaro trip. And i visited that. Uganda cancer center Where i know you train you. You did your work because the the tour guide told me he said you're sitting in the same seat that sue was in you know you had I guess a than on a you visited there again. Many years later to to check in but i mean how did this experience shape you and because i mean again you said you were kind of naive sheltered Person from reno nevada now of a sudden the world's opening up you go to san francisco. You're spending time in africa. Treating this this huge epidemic i will say and and This is not an exaggeration. The for nick. Ni- having gone to uganda seven years after we got to. Ucsf there was sort of a before and after in our lives Before we went we were doing you know. Try and get a plus school. Get a good grade on the test. Do your training And then we hit san francisco in this terrible epidemic. So for us going to uganda was a chance to contribute. It was a reminder of how good we have it here in how easy our lives are And it it just was a very powerful A powerful way to think about how what the world should expect from you if you're giving a lot I think that you talked about turning into physician scientist. I think the for me I wouldn't characterized my evolution so much turning into a physician scientist. I think that happened more at genentech. Obviously i think Might training going. Uganda in the next few years moved from doing a good job to making a contribution. I see yeah you see that. There's a really big wider world out there of of of patients in need. Yeah the people most people. Don't get all the good stuff you know people now use words like privilege. I think that that was sort of like smack in the face Okay privilege like crazy. Now what are you gonna do. So so who cares if you're smart. Who cares if you know how to do. Xyz who's gonna benefit will be better in the world as a result of you. Yeah yeah so you do. A couple years there in uganda. And what was your next move. Then it was going back to ucsf and finding out that they didn't have a global health program didn't know what to do with us so we We went into practice for a couple of years..
"desmond" Discussed on The Long Run
"With dna on demand for more information on dna script. Please go to. Www dot script dot com. Now please join me in some desmond hellman on the long run sue dozen helmet. Welcome to the long run. Thank you so so before we dive in. I wanted to say. I know that you're on the board of pfizer and it's been quite an amazing year and a half or so and i really want to give hats off to pfizer for stepping up and helping biotech and developing this vaccine in record. Time incredible efficacy. I can't imagine what this has been like for you as a board member witnessed this from averse. I view it is thrilling. It is literally the first time that i've been involved in something where i not only have so much respect for the companies involved the people involved Not just at the the Pharma companies but also the people have been executing the delivery distribution and. I got to have a vaccine. I got two doses of the vaccine and like so many people. I felt emotional. I felt so grateful. I thought you know my my life will be better in the lives of so. Many people will be better because of this vaccine. Yeah yeah for sure. And i think you kind of encapsulated right there like the the individual in the population like you think about both like your career really spans both individual medicine. The doctor patient relationship as well as the public health. The bigger picture implications no. I always feel that way. I was spiel that that i wanna think like a public health person and emphasized like a physician and it does it. if you'd think shoe much from population standpoint. You can forget that. There is a human being with the family and loved ones and A they're scared of and hopes and dreams And if you think too much like an individual physician you can forget that. There's a bigger picture in costs and societal issues and everything else. So i've always been grateful that i've gotten to scene medicine and innovation from both sides. Yeah that's what. I really want to kinda come to understand your journey a little better but before i dive in though i wanna say something just how nice it is to speak to you because when i think of you i think of a positive purse you and you know not in a pollyannaish sort of way and not in a forced positively that you sometimes get like you get the sense that sometimes business leaders have read a business book that said there was supposed to be positive around the troops and so that you know they they try to present a certain face but i don't get that sense with your like january positive and uplifting to people around you and i wonder is that something that like. You just always been that way. Does that come naturally. Or did you try to consciously cultivate that it will will first of all thank you. I'll take that as a compliment. I will always been that way. I ho is ben. Glass half full. What great thing is going to happen today. and so i i like that about myself and when i started caring for people who had hiv aids or cancer. I found to my surprise delight that patients instead of being put off by my innate optimism and sunny disposition they liked it. One of my favorite patients told me once. Can you wear that orange stress with the flowers. When i come get my chemotherapy because it makes me happy off all any dress you want you know and i think i at least for me Especially when when things are most difficult. Can i do if i can show up in ways that help people enjoy their day but signed me up you know. This reminds me one. Little sue helmet story that i was thinking about before. Our call was. Don't know if you remember this. But i wrote a story maybe ten years ago about reg kelly at ucsf and qb three and you're at ucsf at the time. And i uncovered some details about him that he was born. Poverty and Was only really able to go to school on. A scholarship established post world war two for poor kids in great britain and remember. He wrote a note to me afterwards. It said how I didn't know that Important detail about the guy who i really like and respect and i work with almost daily basis so it was just like you expressing gratitude. It's that's the rare kind of feedback that the That we get it was. You know isn't like you know. I mean itself genuine. Yeah yeah no it's I think that Somebody used a saying once You saw me you see me and especially with people who might be a underrepresented minority that someone actually sees them and cares about their story like you did with reg. That's a really valuable thing you know you care about me you see me you see who i am and and more importantly you respect who i am and see how that as value to the world with i feel special see. I'm not surprised reg was that. Yeah yeah okay. So i think we've established era. You're a real human being So where does sued home come from you. You you are a girl from reno Take me back. What was the saint. The scene like where you were born and raised so i was actually born in napa california The the my dad was born and raised in san francisco and he went to pharmacy school in wyoming. Met my mom. And they settled down in napa and he worked in a small pharmacy when he and another buddy noticed that the guy who ran the pharmacies sons were going to pharmacy. School of thought isn't going to be a good longterm gig so when i was one And had a newborn sister and a two year old sister. My parents moved to reno Reno was really small then and Really western different and A new town and my dad and his partner opened up a A privately-owned Drugstore and so reno was growing but small nevada was and is a really unique state. You know the i i use to save. The motto of nevada has live-and-let-live. Let live when i lived there. They in some counties prostitution is legal. Gambling was legal. There was no speed limit the sort of anti rules. But here's this kind of crazy place and Four more kids were born in in nevada. And despite this crazy place i went to catholic school for twelve years. My parents were extremely strict. Know yet curfew has. We couldn't go see any movies but gene like you know the the the living in the we couldn't work in casino. I should add living in the middle of a state that was living. Let live there was no live. I live in. Our house was very strict and very.
What Kind of Gut Microbiome Are You Creating?
"You sit down to each you can think about what kind of microbiome a my building today. Because the foods that we provide us with calories and nutrients we absorb those in our small predominantly but they the foods which to consume define the residue that gets delivered to our gut microbes. So if you're eating a standard western diet which is full of red meat processed animal fash plants deficient processed food. Okay the bacteria that live in. Your large are getting a steady supply of animal protein. Hardly any fiber and bile. They're getting bio which is produced to help to digest the multiply that fast and that feeds certain types of gut bacteria causing them to flourish and become predominance an those are the bacteria the process that stuff and generate things secondary bile acids and ammonia hydrogen sulfide gas which is pro inflammatory and hardly any short chain fatty acids and that gives a microbial environment which creates barrier dysfunction inflammation. Dna damage gino toxicity. Short a gut microbial environment that is conducive to inflammation and carcinogenesis the beginnings of cancer cells in our body. How about we make a different decision. So instead of having a big mac meal ran the bean burger and the sweet potato and the leafy greens the whole grains vegetables the fruits. So now what does our microbiome receive on this healthy whole food plant based diet well tons of fiber know very little animal protein less protein in general because we absorb what we need in this less leftover hardly any by lassus because our whole foods. Bumpy start is naturally lower in fat and lower in saturated fat. So now we're choosing to build a different kind of got microbiome.
"desmond" Discussed on Plant Strong
"And pastries and chips crisps and soft drinks and candy bars and chicken nuggets and meatballs and all these foods that are cheap to make pumped full of artificial chemicals to make them taste like food and station stay shelf stable and in most cases they are you by consuming them well in all cases thank you are missing out on the all those benefits of whole foods while you're increasing your intake of added sugar unhealthy fats and salt sodium and then we add to that the artificial flavors sweeteners. Most of the fires that we know are bad news for health and bad news for our gut health and for me. When i look at the evidence i see that our current junk food obsession which means that sixty percent of calories consumed in the us come from ultra processed foods for one and five people in the uk. They get eighty percent of the calories from this stuff. This stuff poses a real and present danger to our house and also as negative effects on the gut microbiome. I'm going to mention it again because it runs like a thread through the book. Real you said real and present danger. It sounds like a. Tom clancy novel. We'll return with dr desmond in a sack but holy moly guys and gals. You really showed up last week.
"desmond" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"Redemption by guest. Today is desmond cole. He has an award. Winning journalist and activist lives in toronto canada desmond. Recently publishes first book is called the skin. Were in a year of black resistance empower. It was the winner of the twenty twenty toronto book award and a national bestseller He's just launched a new publication. That's called yes. Everything and i hope i did the the right inflection in how. This is to be pronounced brenna. Find out what this means and you can you can find online and just typing. Yes everything or yes everything. That's the eight. The movement for black lives black lives matter center has emerged in the united states. Over the past. Several years desmond has watched and documented it while he's confronting his own systems of white supremacy closer to home in canada. And as you know if you've been a fan for while if you've seen my movies he listened to this podcast at an early age. I learned to turn to the canadians. Sometimes to get the truth about us and it's sort of like you know like any you know the neighbor that lives about your backyard or lose on the or you know the people that live on the other side of the fence. You know a lot more about them than they realize embark because you have to listen to their arguments in the screaming over the felsen and everything else And you also see the garbage and know candidate has the united states have been you know if i could personify these entities that are governmental units. Friends we've been friends for a long time. And i think you know if you have any friends that It's often only your best. Friends are the ones that can tell you the brutal in awful truths that you need to hear. They're the only ones that can just say honestly listened to me. You're fucking up. So i decided to ask dozen desma. Call here on a rumbled today because I have been talking about this sense last summer. And and now. I decided one of my goals. This year is to make the not the defunding of the police. That's way too limiting for me. I wanna talk about abolishing. The police and abolishing our criminal justice system as it's called and our prisons are prison industrial complex. But i don't really know how to do this. And i have called my one one when i've needed help so i say well you do want some of the police. Their right to do something. If you're in trouble or you know i had. I've had a half a dozen attempts on on my life or people with weapons trying to harm me. That's i've talked about this issue. You know it's No secret.
"desmond" Discussed on Talking It Out
"Beat and she was really just losing out with that innocence and just being vulnerable and just let you know a kid you know just as it comes you save the skies green. It's green just so it was great. It was a great experience. More human if you will to kanolia envision myself apparent being so happy my child when they are showing shrink vulnerability in front of tens of millions of people. So shout to you. Shot your wife shells here daughter For being do that how does it feel. Now see your your daughter. Live her dreams. She's on the cover of magazines. He's marie-claire she's everywhere like this is absolutely phenomenal. How how does it. She's hosting the show this season. She literally just doing everything like how does that feel from a parent's perspective you get bragging rights family cookout. It's so good it's it's great you guys. It's i knew she was going to be somebody ever since she was somebody. This is her. This is teasing. When she was very little you know she was just around. And i think i remember in her high school yearbook or something and they're like the most burst into most succeed to be on tv. or something. and all the girls but asia. I in so that was always been her personality and whatnot like to see really come. To life. manifest into where it's at and distinctive audibility spies. it's just unimaginable. I'm so proud of her. You know she. It's i can tell you now for my dad you guys got to. You guys got a Really just dreaming and let let them know you can do. You can get there to stay positive and it's It's really just unexpected. I have so many. I ended up people from work. You know i was telling. I was telling my wife that sometimes they know more about asia where she's at night. I'm like your her instagram story. We saw like we know all about it. Might take a somebody just exactly you know. She's people workshop. Pictures of her of her picture on. The side of the buildings in new york is back. Where'd you get the said. My my mom tells me like yeah. I know i know what you're doing. Like i keep up with you like that's how i mean. We talk regularly but for the most part. She's looking on instagram. And stories just to see okay okay. He's good he's safe and he's doing his thing is that is that you or you just kind of let her you know. Let's what's up you guys. I m tech savvy. But i choose not so you don to all that social media stuff and then he would for for them. You know i just you know for certain things for my my daughter navy. She's across the country doing her thing so we do it for that. Let not for me. I do it for all the right reasons. I guess you would say. I'm not trying to necessarily follow any body and you know it really see what would what's going on with. You know this person that person insulin so forth so i just lay low with that in my wife user things i look the white headed show show show show key filled in otherwise. Take care of that. So you're saying like some of your coworkers will say things about like. This is where she's at. She's doing this. Did you see this year desmond. Can you tell us something about asia of course embarrassing that you as a father or apparent. No i'll nan. Well if i told you then everybody would know right..
"desmond" Discussed on Talking It Out
"Your survey okay. Listed surprise is meant lot of be here. But you can't get crazy you understand. That saw my little baby. I heard you were coming on here. And i couldn't. I couldn't just let you do this on your own. I had a check in with you. Make sure you're going to behave number. One geyser amazing but of course to wear my shirt. But i didn't want to go out like that or i started. I mean you know these guys. So i got i but i you know you're you're in line. I'm proud guys. Well take care of my dad. I love doing a fitting for my clothing lines. I got a golf. I just wanted to make sure you guys were all good. You got you tation. Autopsy notes against little baby first of all steph or our notation in highschool. We want we want all the embarrassing stories we wanted all. I got your picture. We got time. I got pictures greg. The awkward news pictures we lending the map. Yes not allowed to get by dad. Happy father's day just wanted to check in take care bye have a great guy so desmond. Tayshia was your first born speaking out. She just Grace us with her presence. Can you just take us back and like what was it. Like being a dad for the first time man is was just. It's it's crazy you know. Obviously it was new There's no playbook for that. And i was young and so i really know what to expect but you know for me. How were you always like manage. I'm going to going to work this out. You know. I think i can do it on the fly. Little girl right from the get-go see was in control. You know you know when we thought like okay. Let's put her down. She wouldn't lay down and just do all sorts of things so my wife really stepped in and became mom really quick you know and an cheated a wonderful job with that ours need be other in i. I was over at that point even at a little babies. She's bleeding the right way she doing this. Are we feeding her trying to pregnant..
"desmond" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Oh man. I use that line very frequently in life now But i love this about you. And i can't wait to keep hearing more so many other people though have tried to be norma desmond in the foremost parodies always that we love the one. The only one that has played her at least three times in different sketches. I saw and didn't know skits i did watch one of them. She calls herself nora desmond. Not yet but every other details almost the same. Yes max is. They're acting as crazy in protective as always at the first one. They go to a restaurant and she is just begging max to keep the fans away from her. There's there's no one paying any attention to her another one there at a roast and they're going to roast nor desmond and you can guess how well that goes. Let's just say most people end up dead. Thank you max. But in the end you know. Max has a little a little change of heart. When he's given the mike i have. Nonni grits filmstar northeast month for fifty years. I have directed her in twelve classic motion pictures. The world will never see another mike on the of incredible theatrical talent but she is matched as a human being. She is dedicated. She is involved. fees committed. Should be appreciate how this lady's just contributed immensely for business. Here's made hollywood today slum. Although famous for her dramatic roles north desma so has tremendous flair for comedy. Yes she has a lot of funny lines. Unfortunately they're all on. Her face has always been a soft spot in my heart for you. I think it's gas depending berlin to world on halloween. I send out as role so then in the final one. Max does kill someone for for her with a gun so that you know sticks with the movie but there's so many lines that are similar so you cannot they'll be in our tumblers gotta go watch them or just look them up on youtube. Carol burnett to follow up the one where he kills. Someone is the one where they're trying to rape her eulogy right. That's the one. I watched with trying to write her eulogy and ends up with them killing somebody else to write their eulogy make sense but there was also a recent. Snl sketch from two thousand thirteen. Jon hamm is in here and basically. She is just constantly ready for her close up at the door. I hope it's not a pirate in speaking baseman from the sunset boulevard. Miss gloria swanson from lalita. Mr james mason pokes i'm pie I don't really see a lot of evidence for as dressing maragos agreed you would wear costume. I'm a pie to tell about the actor. That's what i do. When i say i'm up high read by a which i mean christian wag great person for that. And she's got the hands the crazy ganders always and bonus. Jon hamm is actually doing a pretty great james mason impression among you might remember. James mason. plays judy garland's husband in a star is born malaysian interesting. While another nothing to note though is that she's introducing gloria swanson from sunset boulevard. But she's supposed to be the actress herself so but she's plane crazy and lord wants to set herself that people thought she was crazy after playing this role so yeah but also it's way funnier person would be crazy that crazy. Yeah but i mean. They also could've introduced her as norma desmond today. I guess that's true. Well in carol. Burnett gloria swanson and kristen. Wake or not the only people to play. Norma desmond did you know this. Oh in nineteen ninety three andrew lloyd. Webber made a version of sunset boulevard for the stage. It's a musical and it started with patti lupone. And then in nineteen eighty four. It came to broadway with glenn close and she has now played the role twice. She won a tony award for it. In nineteen ninety five g reprise role in twenty seventeen for a revival of the play. And they're about to make a movie of it all my goodness. I have heard none of this. Yeah so basically. We all know glenn close. Big deal was nominated for an oscar this year. Everybody kinda thought she was gonna finally win. She didn't so now. of course. there's lots of talkies. this is going to be the one. She's won a tony romo. She finally win an oscar for this in the play of course one tenth of oscars and the person that is going to be directing. It has won tonys for best choreography and basically this is going to be deal. I'm so excited to see this as a musical. Yeah i know my gosh and need to look up the music now in glenn close. I mean it's going to be great. Awesome ooh this is exciting so under the come out it is going to begin filming this fall so i suspect it will be a late. Twenty twenty release maybe early. Twenty twenty one. That's just my vast gas but if they're going to do the award season run probably later in the year. Never it is nice. That's exciting musicals man. They're the best. This'll be a good musical. I mean clearly already is because it. But i'll i'll be able to experience. Yes i agree. So should we talk about how this reference fits into the world of gilmore girls. No i'd rather talk about more parodies of people play norma desmond what like who like me. Just kidding. tug girls will should we mentioned this is not the only episode that mentions sunset boulevard. What they don't mention this amazing movie just the one time. No in fact it's four times..
"desmond" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Who is trying to be in a talkie and now she was this movie also wasn fact. Gloria swanson's comeback. Much like much. Like norma desmond was trying to get her big comeback with her terrible film. This was actually swanson's comeback. It got her first golden globe win in her twenty something years of acting lots of connections but i listened to an interview with her. And it's with of course barbara walters and and she was ninety five at the time she was active up an atom hennelly. Very white But she did talk about you. Know the award. But also other effects from her playing the role of norma desmond. People are terrified of may because of that road lot of people. Look at as if i'm gonna go off anymore. Suddenly tokyo mac not not voice and that is at all not. There's no. i don't know anyone like that in california. It's kinda sad that people were scared of her because of that role while hopefully she could take it as a compliment meaning. She was a very good actress. Who had played a very convincing role. Go there we go. That can always happen to actors and actresses in different roles that they take on it can become their role ever. I mean that certainly happens like in dome series like harry potter over. Sure the hunger games they become that character only so it can be hard to to break out of that but this is at the end of her career so it's just kind of a way to remember her the end Some other people in this movie were played almost themselves course. The played himself but the bridge partners that she People that she played bridge with in the movie. We're actually other silent film stars in real life. They were in the movie but they were also in real life so again. It's these people who are have become little outdated obsolete if they can't transition into speaking in film whereas some of the actors who are in there. I know one of them. He went onto play in lots of movies as a probably in buster can move. I'm guessing but some of the people. Yeah they played themselves and in reality they were no longer no longer film stars. So it's kinda sad and kind of surprising that they took it on but you know luck there it could have always changed afterward but kind of interesting there that people were kind of playing themselves or at least their state in life will in. Did you know that will be demille helped. Make gloria swanson famous. Oh yes yeah. They worked on movies together in nineteen nineteen actually like that early on and which she goes to visit him in this movie. She wears a peacock feather in her hat. Which isn't oh my gosh to a movie. They made together decades earlier called male and female which i thought was really money. Yeah and also their nicknames for each other were the rare real life nickname. Remind me those. Mr demille which not that that's nickname. But that's what she always call him and then his or her was like young young lady or young young fellow young fellow while and he's not the only director in this movie that she had worked within the silent era. Did you realize that will know eric. Von stroheim who played max really was a director and he had directed glorious swanson in a movie called queen kelly however it also did not end well in real life no so this movie called queen. Kelly may in nineteen twenty nine. The original director was gone. Stroheim max but she fired him a third of the way through the movie because he was spending way too much money and then they went on to play these parts together Wow and the movie that she watches with. William holden is footage from queen. Kelly and all those old pictures of her are real old pictures of her. There's a lot of overlap. Between what is what is fiction and one is reality. The lions real blurred. Yeah this movie. It knows what's up getting to real still under full isn't it and no dialer. We didn't need to add on. We had pasted suggests daily faces like that ending. Or maybe one garbo idiot produced those stills and got in the is have forgotten what a star looks like. I told i know that scene where they watch a movie. She has this beautiful in home movie theaters she never has sleepers house which is great. If you're in denial about the rest of the world but it really was in a twenty five room mansion actually um wilshire boulevard. not sunset boulevard. Amman i know and they had to make some major refurbishments to this house to make it fit for the movie so they added the swimming pool which is a pretty big expense but they also did a huge redecoration inside to make it look as green does it does in the movie. You cannot see this house today. It had been nicknamed the phantom house because it remained empty for many years. Even though it was owned by j paul getty who you might know as the namesake of the getty museum in l. a. but it was destroyed in nineteen fifty seven on purpose. It sounds like it much like xanadu. However you know what this made me think of as we watch this movie and i was reading about. This house grey gardens refusing to acknowledge what's going on in the world staying inside her house and just not paying attention to the rest of the world getting lost in the past time and living in this really ridiculous twenty five room mansion. Yeah yeah that looks on occupied yoon emotionally manipulating someone to stay in the house. Yes wow very similar. Yeah don't do it. don't do it. Gloria or.
"desmond" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Every time she sees sports. Yeah i don't buy it. No so policy does this actual reference come. The reference comes when law rely is getting ready to go to new york with. Alex and sukey and jackson and rory is going to stay home for the weekend. She's planning to bring justice. Friday night dinner with just grandma end and they have a little discussion about what should be happening for the after party. So probably grabs working the logistics. Tonight i am going to study at school. That i'm going to grandma's from their justice driving straight from work and then he showed me who come here is gonna drop matthew. Well guess that makes sense. I thought although don't know what are you sure. That's the best way to do it. Yeah y well he just means. You're coming home to an empty house. that's you're doing. Yeah but it might be kinda lonely year. Did you think about staying at mom's overnight. Yeah they've got those fancy beds that don't sag. And you're guaranteed a great norma desmond style breakfast. The next morning you don't have school works out perfectly also a little background before we move on. We are skipping episode. Three thirteen dear. Emily and richard. Which is the flash back at to see. Laura like giving birth to rory in. Meanwhile in present day rory going to see jiji's birth with sherry at the hospital And we mostly skip that one because we couldn't find a great reference that would discussion. But also i don't really look at episode now. You're not a lower. i flashback. Appreciator the young worldwide is not lauraingraham. Doesn't work for me. Yeah i li- i mean. It's something different. I i watch it when it when it comes up but pretty no no strong opinions from me. Okay well but it might be relevant that this is the episode where we're clashing fact. Laura getting pregnant as a teen giving birth and now she's feeling a little anxiety thrown about her own daughter. Yeah so when she suggests that rory stays back in hangs with grandma. An has norma desmond style breakfast. What the heck did you think she meant by that. No idea did not know who norma desmond was or what kind of breakfast she serves pictured like like A chef or something like that. 'cause yeah Emily would serve a a nice breakfast. We've seen her do it before with rory when she's come over but yeah i didn't know what about you i think about the same thing. I assumed it meant a great breakfast. Because she's trying to sell us to rory We know they love good food. That's about when you left again too. Showy love do it so we're talking about the one the only the nineteen fifties classic sunset boulevard. Oh yes i we could just sing the music on our own like you know because we definitely never seen this podcast. No but the music in this movie is jury as in pretty nice pretty much everything else. In this movie i mean. Did you like this movie. I guess i should say i did good. If you like this movie. I really liked this movie Not in the same way as xanadu which front reasons. Yes which. I was like so baffled. This movie could even exist. I admired for that reason. This is just a legitimately good movie. I think yeah now. How'd you watched it before watching it for this episode. Yes funny story. I washed it a years ago on net flicks when it was. They're currently not their bummer. But the funny thing is after watching that movie. I went abacha anything. Lower lion rory referenced. Us moving on so. I google to see if it was in gilmore. Girls and i was correct. And was that since we've started this podcast or before being so it was like i like in the last two years i think so. I just remember not feeling great in line on the couch staying home all night and we watched that movie in menominee both really liked it Yeah yeah i really enjoyed it. Like i loved the narration and the style it was it was finally. I've been hating all the movies recently so glad to have a a winner. Yeah that voiceover reminds me alive. Chinatown that he'll if you guys remember we talked about china down awhile back and that was another good one. Yeah so this movie sunset boulevard. It takes place mostly on sunset boulevard. But hollywood in hollywood in general. And you hear you see the beginning. A dead man in swimming pool two shots in the back. One of the stomach a writer. Nobody and then suddenly a narrator starts takes you back six months prior and you meet a writer a nobody who looks just like the debt guide pool the ta. So you start this movie. No one where it's going. Yes now did i know. Did i recognize from the beginning that the main character in the movie was also the dead guy in the pool no admittedly. I didn't 'cause sometimes things just don't completely click. But after i think i just kind of wasn't trying to figure it out and then eventually i was like. Oh wait this. This is the guy in the pool and his face is a little distorted in the water to. So if you're not super familiar with the actor. William holden I could see how you would not recognize him. His i think the first time i watched it i went is up good. But he's a down out of his luck rider just trying to make a dumb can't catch a break. Banks of after tankers car because he owes lots of money three months rent yada yada but he doesn't keep it in the garage. It keeps it parked nearby lot. Owner doesn't ask any questions so he takes his car out for a drive but those guys happen to see him while he's out begging for work has he's not getting any work as a screenwriter and so they shoot after him blow out his tires. He pulls off the side of the road and pulls into an empty garage. What he thinks doesn't empty mansion but alas a man greets him outside a woman up the stairs and a dead monkey. She thinks he's there to bury her monkey in a casket.
Iran Agrees to Keep Cameras at Nuclear Sites for Another Month
"Has agreed to extend a deal on cameras that its nuclear sites correspondent Charles Dillon, Desmond has more wrong and the UN's nuclear watchdog have agreed to a one month extension. Do a deal on surveillance imagery at Iran's atomic sites, buying more time for ongoing negotiations seeking to save the country's tattered nuclear deal with world powers. The last minute discussions further underscore the narrowing window for the U. S and others to reach terms with Iran as it presses a tough stance with the international community over its atomic program. I'm Charles Dillon Asthma pellet in
"desmond" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"Winthrop opens. And i get to get the phone call about winter show. I'm preparing for that and then Austin pete opens. I get a phone call about that. And so i'm involved with those two and i really was thinking that because i spent five years in charlotte area I have so many friends area. Near my oldest son grew there for five. Years were connected. I love the area. I was so caught up in in winthrop. Remember the wednesday of interview while you guys do. My mindset and Out charlotte interview for winthrop interview went really well thought in person in my boys so in charlotte either. Pick up game every sunday for five years that. Au coaches high. School coaches doctors lawyers politicians. We were the most connected game in town. If you've got a speeding ticket somebody in a game. That could fix it for you. So one of my guys have bought if you bought a new house. And he built of court in his backyard. He's the guy to kinda discovered jubilo. The the the affable sent away their plan pickup. And they said you were going to get the job. It went through come on down. Play play took out rey day. So interview plan pickup gamons. I'm driving to my buddy salads. Spend a night in a dry back in the morning to to to knoxville and my phone rings. And it's you know folks from ats shoe and i was so zoomed out so tired of the interview process. Endless emma heart. I knew i was going to get this job. I feel good about like. There's no way. I'm not getting among the perfect fit in almost didn't take the call. I didn't answer it. I was tired. And i'm driving on a roll and then my instincts kick in the desmond. You spent twenty five years in a project. Donovan dr. who are you to think that you know. You can't return this phone call and least talk about this job. And it wasn't anything to do. What each year. She was just fatigue of the process of me thinking. I had a job that there would have been offered to me within twenty four hours so i called that and i talked with administrator and he says can you zoom in the morning said. There's no way. I'm getting there early to get back in time to zuma more. He said well you know what about tomorrow afternoon. So i said sure so. I drive home and get my mind mindset. I'm thinking i am going to get offer from his other program in. So i'm waiting and so i get attached for for for say. Let's talk in a couple of hours. I'm thinking it's all good and so anyway. The fall never happens and then my zoom comes with each issue and they blew me away. I mean like like the car was more about zone was more about talking about the program and the upside of the program is history that you know what it was interviewed. I didn't feel like. I was interviewing for the job. And i know these guys. I'm an hour and a half down the road at ut Their donors donate to ut is some of the same people that donate the both. The president has a degree from ut..
Randle, Rose lead Knicks to win over Grizzlies
"Julius Randle scored twenty points and Derrick rose at a twenty five on eleven fifteen in the next twelve win in their last thirteen games one eighteen one oh four at Memphis R. J. Barrett added fifteen points for New York which guaranteed itself a winning season for the first time in eight years the Grizzlies received five technicals in a span of eighteen seconds to seal the loss the next room a one and a half games ahead of the hawks were fourth in the east and home court advantage in the first round Dillon Brooks scored twenty five for Memphis what rookie Desmond bane added twenty two for the Grizzlies who drop to ninth in the west I'm the ferry
Grizzlies top Bucks 128-115 as they start fast on long trip
"Grayson Allen shot seven of ten from three point range and scored twenty six points as the Grizzlies down the box one twenty eight one fifteen Memphis took the lead for good with five oh two left in the first quarter during a ten run that included six points from Desmond bane the Grizzlies snap the Bucks three game winning streak by shooting fifty five percent from the floor Dillon Brooks had twenty one points for Memphis which is open at seven game road trip with consecutive wins Yanis intent to Cooper at twenty eight points eleven rebounds and eight assists for Milwaukee I'm Dave Ferrie
Little Progress in Iran Nuclear Talks
"Despite a positive atmosphere, there's been little progress in the Iran nuclear talks. Charles Daley Desmond reports nascent tools aimed at bringing the US back into the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. Heartbroken without any immediate signs of progress on the thorny issues dividing Washington and Tehran, But delegates talk of a constructive atmosphere and resolved to continue the discussions. To working groups that would be meeting in Vienna since Tuesday to brainstorm ways to secure the lifting off American sanctions on Iran's return to compliance with the deal reported their initial progress to a joint commission of diplomats from the world powers that remain in the deal. I'm Charles Dillon asthma.
Interview With Lou Kerner Founder of Just Stable
"Welcome back. Imagined twenty twenty. I'm going to walk out. And i am honored to be joined by demand. The myth the legend lou kerner founder of just stable and stable coin analyst. Four quantum economics lou joining you on a great to be here now lou. The beauty of this industry that we work in is that it changes so rapidly. Last time we spoke which. I think it was like three two or three months ago. A whole lot has changed since then not just price brosseau innovation and product us. Jump right into it. Last when we met Defy huge was blowing up Yield farming was all the rage and there was this. It was kind of the start of this phenomena of reward programs for liquidity providers. Pretty much all these particles. They wanted liquidity on their protocol. And so there were given away tokens and two free to liquidity providers. The big news recently in the field is that unicef actually ended that reward program and what we saw was that initially they lost half quitting offense took the liquidity seemingly most sushi so But what is your take on this idea that that seemingly even the gold standard of desmond unit swap couldn't hold on really with liquidity. Once it got rid of that war program well so You're obviously going to have what you would call hot money. which is you know. they're going after. Whatever the reported aid why might be
AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 Vaccine is Found to Be 79% Effective in U.S. Study
"Results of a large scale US study of the AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine or in correspondent Charles Della Desmond says the data is encouraging findings indicate not only that the vaccine has a 79% efficacy rate at preventing symptomatic covert 19 but is 100% effective in stopping severe disease on hospitalization? Investigators say the vaccine is effective across all ages, including older people, which previous studies in other countries have failed to
Valanciunas scores 29, leads Grizzlies over Wizards 127-112
"The other spelling junior scored a season high twenty nine points and matched his season best with twenty rebounds leading the Grizzlies to a one twenty seven one twelve victory over the wizards John Moran added twenty one points and ten assists for Memphis what rookie Desmond bane finished with a season high twenty points going five of eight from three point range Bradley Beal scored twenty one points for the wizards but was six of twenty two from the field including one of eight from three point range the grisly shot fifty point five percent scored seventy eight points in the paint and out rebounded the wizards sixty thirty nine I'm Dave Ferrie
ASP's Favorite Things
"This is the advanced selling. Podcast list of tools gear people and things you need to be following things you need to have in the bag so analysts tools that we recommend people that we follow books that we read or listen to anything else. This is going to be a quick rapid. Here's they are not a lot of depth into them but you can go research them on your own but we get asked all the time. So what books do you read. What podcast you listen to what tools you use. Well we're going to tell you that in this episode. That's what we're going to do. So it's gonna be like a list big list and then you can go check them out and hopefully someone's gov a great tool. Thank you for telling me that. So these are in no order than no order. I've got him in order. Yes you want to put them in order now. That'll that'll take agree. So because i've got some. I've got some tools. Some software some gear some gear stuff than calling people. I follow so also kinda start. You bet software app that everybody needs to have on their chrome as an extension as crystal knows c. r. y. s. T. a. l. k. w. ws s. Crystal knows it's a preparation tool for any conversation. You have with someone. It essentially looks at their lincoln profile. Organizes there that information at finds into a disc profile which is a really easy to understand personality profile better than that though. It teaches you how to talk to them. That has a conversation coach. Based on what. I'm going to be talking to the person about and the modality that i'm gonna use to talk to them so basically says i need to email bill to make a good first impression and it gives you a little sound bytes based on bills linked in profile. And it's amazing. Everybody should use crystal nose. Crm s keynote abuse by the way none of these people were affiliated with right right. There's no need advertiser huge talked about talked about four and it's good good My first one is rev dot com read on com. Rav a dictation service Let's imagine you leave a meeting and you want to dictate A follow up email. You will describe your phone. Open up the revs. Aft- dictated now. You can do the same thing with siri but ravitch's really reliable Person on the. There's a human being you're actually dictates. Transcribes it if it's longer form it's probably better like if you wanted to Dictate an article or you think. There's a really good idea for an article you can dictate. Let them do it. And then come back and modify edited. But i think it's a great time saver it's about a buck and a quarter a minute so it's pretty reasonable. Chances are you're not going to have really long things you're going to be doing in there. But dot com is one of my favorite tools. Love it my next one. That i doubt a lot. Same deal no affiliation whatsoever. Huge fan of gong dot com. Many of you have heard of that. Were power users here at our firm and it is such a useful tool for coaching and for self evaluation of Sales conversation and you get data back from gung dot com. That talks about things you should and shouldn't do in the sales process. All based on data and artificial intelligence is fantastic. Gung dot com Recommend any sales leader listening to this to go check them out against affiliation with podcast so de fan big fan Might second one is A twenty dollar tripod. That i cannot all in on We're going to start doing some youtube shorts. I don't know if you're familiar with youtube shorts but They're all vertical. You see them on the shelf underneath your main youtube feed. So if you're on your mobile you'll start to see these. You're kind of wondering what they are. They're called shorts and they're less than a minute and but they have to be vertical. So you can do a short for youtube and also repurpose it on instagram. Or or one of the other verticals sites. But you need. You need a tripod. if you're going to do any kind of stuff like that. I think the days of holding it for certain things but if you're going to produce something that you want hundreds of thousands of people to see i think you need some kind of stable base for your found Tripods are easy amazing. How many how few people have them. Twenty dollar version is not a floor. Length just sits on your desk and it's really makes a real easy to record. I love twenty bucks on amazon twenty bucks amazon bills amazon link kidding okay. Here's i'm gonna go to people follow. I've got three people. One of them's kind of one of them comes as a package deal. I guys get him. David meltzer david meltzer. We've had David on the podcast Was a big time big time. Sports agent Unfortunately lost a an enormous amount of money and that incident actually changed his life the he would say for the better and he is one of the most giving talented Gracious humble smart intelligent coaches. You could follow if you don't follow david meltzer's shame on you. You'll find him anywhere online on instagram. He does free. Coaching sessions every friday every friday. He's doing something and just a really really great Human being everyone who listens to this show should follow david meltzer. Also i've never been on one of his Friday morning calls if you have i have. Yeah they're just they're just outstanding just outstanding he's so giving and he doesn't for free and they're usually maxed out because people love what he says to do. He just great fan. That's good. I've got one to follow here. His name is peter crone. Cro n e. You know peter. I don't yeah. I didn't either until i saw him on Saw him interviewed by aubrey. Marcus who owns on it. He founded the company called on its online and nutrition company but aubrey has a podcast. And it's one of those things you like. I don't ever heard of peter cronin. I'm not gonna listen to that. I'm gonna go with some. i thought. Well what the hell. Maybe i'll learn something and this guy is really good. He's a performance coach. Lives in england. just look up anything he does because he talks about the mindset and the mentalities at a whole different level than you and i are talking about him but i think you'll like him. Peter crown zero. Lots of lots podcast. That's the best thing about doing this drills get to learn all this stuff to see. Yeah i'm making a lot of notes. Bill my hand on my whiteboard over k next to follow for me as a married couple Very very successful married couple in great just human beings. My opinion jesse. It's ler and sara blakely sara blakely founded spanks. Oh yeah one of the most successful self made women in the world and jesse it's ler is also self made is in a He has a a thing called life. Resumes all about experiences. He's an ultra marathoner and those two together are comedic dual like no other. And they're they've got four little kids if you don't follow them on instagram. You need to follow both of them. They're just hilarious. They put out great content. Very inspiring people talk about them being like a billionaire couple. That seems just absolutely normal and down to earth. Because i think they are jesse it's slur. It and sara blakely follow them. Didn't jesse it's ler do some kind of a like a training challenge or something. He did went on. He does a cold plunge challenge. He's gone back. Hof is a guy on wim hof place for a cold you know. He's got to go plug lunch exactly but he does it. Lots of things around performance great. Yeah he just did a fifteen minute fifteen incline fifteen minute challenge put your treadmill at fifteen incline and run for fifteen minutes and see how far you can get. Wow at like last week while it's crazy. Yeah so yeah. I've heard of him. I don't follow him. that's good. that's good let's see Here's a book. That i sound really good especially for sales professionals who are looking to build their brand their personal brand. And the guy's name is chris. Ducker the rise of the new twra. Noor line entrepreneur new partner. It's been out for a couple of years. Might have heard of it. But chris i follow. Chris have been do a little bit of coaching with him. And he's really. His book is really good when it comes to building your personal brand Not like you're not like being a enter an instagram influence or in your in your brand in your business that you're in how do you portray yourself. How do you talk about yourself. It's really good. It's really good and it. It'll stretch you thomas. The book will stretch you. It's called the rise of the poor. Chris tucker. I would recommend that book. The book i'm going to recommend is a great life book but it will transfer into your sales life and one of my favorite books. I listen to this book. Called the book of joy and it's an interview with the dalai lama am bishop desmond. Tutu diamond desmond tutu. And they are both very very joyful people and have had lots of pain in their lives and they're interviewed by a reporter. Who just as a brilliant job. Just pulling out their life stories together intertwining it. And they talk about the difference between happiness and joy and fulfillment and It's a really really good heart opening a book. I found that will absolutely have you show up differently in sales life. The book of joy with desmond tutu the dalai
Rockies' Desmond opts out for 2nd straight year
"The ground in sports. The Rockies Ian Desmond won't play for the second straight season because of Cove, it Rockies manager but Black says they'll miss him. There's a couple 20 homer years, you know, he had years career batting average, stole some bases. Hey, play the game of energy, you know, came here and we put him at first base, which was a new perfect position form. 35 year old Desmond has been with Iraqi since
Rockies' Desmond opts out for 2nd straight year
"Utility man Ian Desmond opting out of the baseball season for a second straight year. Desmond writing on Instagram that from now, being with his family is more important to him than playing baseball.
Britain's Prince Philip, 99, taken to hospital as 'precaution'
"Palace schools the admission a precautionary measure taken on the advice of Philip. Dr Royal Officials say he's expected to remain for a few days off observation and rest. His illness is not related to cope in 19, the Queen and Philip were vaccinated against the coronavirus in early January. Charles Taylor Desmond reports, The 99 year old Duke of Edinburgh is experienced a brief preplanned hospitalization in December. 19 2040 Even of a pre existing condition. During England's current coronavirus lockdown, the Duke's been staying at
"desmond" Discussed on The Face Radio
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"desmond" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Sound like, um I don't know. I think I like it A 5000. I think I like the math off. Is it more like romantic like they're just artists and they don't know. I think you remember it more. Like a lot. A lot of people now will not ever hear that song. You're listening that song again without thinking I crank it up. Do they say 5000 here? I don't know. Conway said they did, but I don't know. Maybe they dio maybe not doubt them. Please. God almighty. All right. The bridge the Gerald Desmond Bridge. Which I think they started back in 1965 is finally done. Supposed to be at 1.6 billion came at 1.7 not bad. For all the things that they have to avoid. And you're the rain that happened two years ago. The cove aid the earthquakes, the whole run, So I say the people Finish that bridge. Attaboy. Atta girl looks great. And I have no problem with it. There you go. Let's get into the story Here. Brand new Bridge connecting San Pedro. And Long Beach after nearly seven years of construction. That journal Desmond Bridge replacement project is nearly complete at a cost of $1.47 billion. This impressive structure above the port of Long Beach are 1.47. I think originally is 13 something, But who cares? Right? What $100 million for a state like California has been deemed the bridge toe everywhere. Ah, Bridge to nowhere. Take on the bridge. Nowhere. A bridge to everywhere has been deemed the bridge toe everywhere. Container trucks that cross this bridge. There's not what our potato trucks container trucks that cross this bridge. There's not a congressional district in the mainland United States.
"desmond" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"All right. Now on the show here we got Desmond a not TCU Desmond is a potential first-round pick in the upcoming 2020. NBA draft someone that is I think if you'll kind of understand as we talk throughout this conversation just one of the one of the more fun players I've gotten a chance to talk to over the course of the last few years one of the off just a just a good human being that it's fun to talk about this stuff. So Desmond, how you doing, man? Doing great, man. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. So. I'm going to start this interview the way I do with every other NBA draft prospect that I have on the show. If you're to describe your game in your own words to NBA fans that are listening out there right now with how would you describe your game? I would say Rock Solid I would say that you know, that's a word that you can use. I'm I'm a smart player on both ends of the floor. I know what I'm I'm good at home. I know some of the things that I'm not so good at and you know, when you put me out on the floor with with multiple good players, you know, I feel like I kind of fit like a glove on both eggs. Barcelo I would say Rock Solid is the word to describe me. Yeah, for sure. I think that's a really great way to do it as well. Yeah averaged Seventeen point six rebounds Forest this year, but I would imagine that most people know you as kind of a three-point Gunner given the fact that you've hit 43% of nearly six hundred three point attempts over the course of your collegiate career..
"desmond" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Desmond from memory web about some tips that you can incorporate into your strategy coming up at five minutes on extreme jeans Charlie Bergeron with a quick check of the stories trending right now WBZ newsradio ten thirty Boston police investigating a woman's claim she was kidnapped early this morning by a ride Cher driver his WBZ's Kevin Coleman a woman who lives in Austin left a bar in general call last night around one A. M. she tempted to order a lift home died a group of men twenty the female towards a silver or ten sedan that she described to police the driver of that city and then drove thirty minutes north of the city the driver then pulled into a gas station she then kicked the door open and ran away and that woman is safe this morning in Mattapan a person shot and killed late last night in the area of Colorado street police investigating the incident as a homicide Boston police also responding to a stabbing earlier this morning near north station the victim suffering non life threatening injuries I'm Charlie Bergeron weekdays eight do B. hasn't intro it's called the coal factor factor deal widely update presented by my pillow dot com bill o'reilly with fifteen minutes of news and commentary is only lightly can deliver president trump and they want to harm anyone who doesn't have the Riley up the leads in the VB in the middle on the voice of Boston W. RKL message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload well what if there were a business degree that advance your career skills and give you access to world renowned faculty leaders and mentors all on your schedule one that opened doors to some of.
"desmond" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Tap is broken you will in the morning and today I haven't done this for a while but I think it's always enjoyable to call somebody and say that you know them through Facebook bull I don't in knowledge you you are you just break down and cry what what what in your phone's out right now mornings on the twenty hello and was a do this Desmond hello sorry we never actually talked in person before this is Desmond from Facebook we know each other a Facebook yeah you added me as a friend a few months ago what up nothing do what the what's up not much man to see what you're doing this weekend I don't know man how we know each other I don't know I saw you like as a mutual friend of somebody and I just requested you and you accepted me so and we've been friends ever since you have noticed me Simon M. well anyway you want to see a game or some this weekend maybe play some golf I know you got a lot of pictures they like to play golf to be awesome I'm not bad to be honest man I'm a little bit creeped out that somehow you got my number this is embarrassing okay I need to tell you the real reason I'm calling you mean you have a different reason other than being a weirdo for calling me yeah I do so my girlfriend is friends with you on Facebook too and she thinks your I. helical it is getting really really.
"desmond" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Desmond meet helped lead the campaign to pass amendment four. He's also a convicted felon himself. We lost it. And now, we appreciate the right to vote even more now that we've received it, and maybe we can be an American citizen. Not only the vote to register the vote, but to get engaged in a democratic boxes. Made says he expects elections officials to follow the law and accept voter. Registrations from felons. The amendment does not apply to those. Victims of murder or felony sex. Offenses, President Trump appears on television tonight in a nationwide address trying to make his case that we need a ball up. The we need a wall along Mexican border and his address President Trump will argue that the situation along the southern border is a humanitarian and security crisis. There requires immediate action. He's demanding five point seven billion dollars to build his border wall. But Democrats have already said it will not provide any funding for a wall. And there appears to be no compromise in sight. So the president is considering whether to declare national emergency which could allow him to use military funds to construct the wall. Paula Reid reporting. There we have the lightning game here at nine seventy tonight. So we'll carry the president's address on twelve fifty W H at nine o'clock gas prices across the bay area dropped another four cents last week to an average of two one a gallon. Some stations sell it for as low as the buck eighty eight Mark Jenkins with triple A and Tampa some of its timing gas prices usually drop in January. But also, we've seen just this steady discount at the pump because of just an oversupply of oil globally and just.