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Fresh update on "devon" discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"You the home of the Cincinnati raid. All right, let's do this one hour to get it done. What have we left out after one hour of discussion, four games left in the season. The Reds were in the play off picture. Four spots have been taken cliched. Four spots remain. The Reds enter play tonight as the number seven seed in an 18 field. They will end tonight as the number seven seed in the eight Team field. They lose 3 to 2, the Milwaukee Brewers. They dropped to the 500 market. 28 28 4 games remaining the wrap up of the Siri's Tomorrow A big old big one. Trevor Bauer, pitching on three days rest opposed by right hander Adriana Hauser. Reds win tomorrow They win this this Siri's and they win the season. Siri's, which would give them a tiebreaker advantage over the Brewers. They would win this season. Siri's six games to four somethings that jumped out to me and it's interesting because the thing I thought was the most encouraging. Has been the thing I've gotten the most pushback on I for the life. We don't understand the pushback on Sonny Gray being done after 80 pitches, Had dealt with a back injury had had to subpar performances went on the injured list didn't throw for 12 days came back tonight. They're playing with 65 pitches. He gave him 80 pitches. He left feeling good about himself in the pushback Tonight has been like the headline in the in the first hour. I don't get it. There are things that jumped out to me. It is one thing to be dominated and to be made to look feeble when you were facing Devon Williams of the Brewers and Josh Hater, and the Reds did look feeble in any 789. They struck out seven times in the final three innings. It's another thing to look feeble when you are facing Brett Anderson. No disrespect the bread Anderson, but he pitched six innings of two run baseball one earned run. And did not walk about her. Red's missed opportunities all over the place. They got on the board in the first new cast. Janos, the two run home run Aquino lead off with Ah, two base error on the shortstop and got the second cost, ya know, sits the home run. That was it didn't score the rights to the game. In the bottom of the second with two on 2nd and 3rd 2 outs, Aquino grounded out Missed opportunity one Fourth inning, Moose let off with a double leadoff double didn't score. Tyler Stevenson flew out to right advanced him to third. So they had a runner on third with one out. They bring the infield in Nixon's Els at the plate. Fails to put the ball in play strikeout. Kyle Firmer flies out Missed opportunity number two. Sixth inning. Moose a two out double Tyler Stevenson, hit by pitch to on Denzel! Grounds out. Missed opportunity. Three Seventh inning Devon Williams on He of the 039 earned run average issue's A leadoff walk to Jesse Winker. David Bell empties the bench. Pinch runs for Michael Pinch runs Michael Lorenzen for Winker. He advances the second when Bernhardt strikes out as a pinch hitter. Goodwin strikes out looking as a pinch hitter. Castano's grounds out missed opportunity for Ouch! Two questions I raised tonight. One. In a mere Garrett. Only through 12 pitches. I went back and looked, he threw 12 pitches last night. If If a mere Garrett is available. And we know he is because he came in in the eighth inning, and this is at least the second time. I've Presented this scenario. I feel the deja vu. If, if a mere Garrett is available to pitch Why go to him in the eighth inning when they were trailing 3 to 2? And not go to him in the seventh inning when the game was tied at two with a left hander at the plate. That seventh inning, Vogel Bach reached out and touched one went the other way for the single Jed Jerko Yoriko had the double 2nd and 3rd with nobody out. The sacrifice fly tied the game. This is with Antone back out for his second inning of work. And then so guard comes up is a lefty. In fact, I'm is his approaching the plate. I'm looking up a mere Garrett, Lifetime versus Sogaard. One for 10. Lifetime versus a mere Garrett was Eric Sogard. And when he didn't go to Garrett, I just assumed Garrett wasn't available. Because that was to two in the seventh with a lefty coming to the plate. Anybody else wonder the same? What one I've got. I've got every line open but one Did anybody else wonder that like me, or am I am I missing? Am I over thinking this? We're missing something. If you're why would you use him when you're losing 3 to 2 and not using when you're tied to to to face the left hander? The other thing to me was show Go, Akiyama not playing tonight. I know why. Um I would just roll the hot hand of show. Go, Akiyama. I know it was a left hander. I know Show goes hitting 2 11 vs lefthanders. He's hitting 2 44 versus right handers, but I also know in this month he is the Reds best hitter. And show Go, did not Start. He did not appear at all tonight. Nixon's L started. He's now one for 18 since he came off the injured list and Ryan Goodwin pinch hit Struck out looking. He's now over his last 12 with seven strikeouts. Those were the two things that struck me. Raged on the theme of striking Red struck out 14. Times, soirees three times, Tyler Stevens and twice and nine other struck out once, so here is my question to you. We sit here until 11 15 on this Tuesday night of the baseball season. There are four games remaining. The Reds are currently in the playoffs. They have Trevor Bauer pitching tomorrow..
New York City Mom Says Hackers Streamed Porn on First Day of Child's Online Class
"Her her sixth sixth grader grader got got an an unintentional unintentional sex sex education class on day one of remote learning in city schools. With that, and the latest on in school learning beginning on Monday, here's 10 10 wins reporter Glenn Schuck. When a school system of more than a million kids you would expect that there will be some issues with remote learning in the Internet connections. But in Brooklyn, this mom Devon Morale is telling CBS to when her daughter was online. All a sudden, hardcore porn showed up Instead, I felt attacked for my child. I felt like wait. Somebody had just sexually attacked us. We also spoke with this mom named Jessica, who has a son learning remotely. Or at least trying when they couldn't connect. She called the D A. We. They told her to call T Mobile, who told her to call Delia Week. They just seem not to be ableto work today, and nobody at the school could figure it out and the Boots that they adjust for you to use or not viable as the demonstrations continue. I'm here in West Side High School 102nd Street this morning, we're parents and teachers will rally. For safe schools. Glen
Fresh update on "devon" discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"Devon Williams, who dropped his earned run average, too, I think 036 Is he going in? He had not a lot of running his last 20 and two thirds inning innings. He goes to inning strikes out. Five Josh hater and inning strikes out to the Brewers. Pen hot Tonight. Checking the scores will update thes officially in a bit, but the Cardinals are winning. Cardinals are leading five. Nothing going to the eighth of that stands. They open up a one game lead in the central Division for second place over the Reds of the Giants of this moment, middle of third are winning over the Rockies. One Nothing so the Marlins have lost. The Reds have lost the Brewers win. The Phillies were swept into double header and the Mets win. Up to the moment your playoff matchups. One seed Dodgers versus eight seed Brewers to seed Braves hosting seven seeds Cincinnati three seed Cubs versus the sixth seed Marlins four versus five would be the Padres hosting the Cardinals that is up to the minute. By the way, the last caller talking about the cardinalsoffense, the Reds have scored more runs in the Cardinal's this year. 220 runs for the Reds. 214 runs for the Cardinals. Let's go back to AA phones. How about Huntington? We go, Devon. Welcome to Kelsey Chevrolet, extra innings. How you doing? I'm all right. Get back. Ah. But what about what about what you said earlier about the top breaker with a short season I knew would be closed in a week or so. I fucking power burgers, goingto play a massive heart. Samantha found there to how you think about that. Yeah, it's ah. I mean, there will not be you know, in a normal year, if you were tied at the end of Ah, the regular season, you'd have a one game playoff on a Monday. There are no extra games. It's going to be based on how you played. How your Siri's went against the team during the regular season. That's another recently mark in from the huge cause. Let me have it. The band. Yes, Yes, having a half a game. Wait on somebody. Absolutely. Yes, I mean, and it's bunched up is they are And right now the Reds of the seven seed Milwaukee's the eighth to be ableto win tomorrow create separation and it keeps you away from the Brewers. If you do wind up tied because you own the tiebreaker over him. Oh, yeah, I'm looking right now. We have the top breaker over the On the trimming down 14 count. The man left the message on the roll. We have the Phillies have a pot breaker over us. But we have the top breaker of the John and we were gonna win tomorrow. I mean, we have record over the well, if we hold true to them our burgers like that huge no question. No question. But it's my first time calling and I'm a huge fan. I a. I am what I am one honored. You listen and even more so that you took the time to call in. Please call again. We've got four more left in the regular season and the playoffs next week. I hope we talk again. Thank you. Thanks for checking in. I'm looking at my my sheet here and man, I keep looking at these. I draw a circle I draw. I draw a little colored in circle and then I circle that in the moments in the game. I want a reference on my sheet and I'm looking at four of those. Those opportunities in the second, the 4th 5th 6th and the seventh and just could not get a hit they needed Now about this, In the oddities of all oddities. Joey Votto has owned the Brewers in his career. Until this season. After tonight he is oh, for 22 against the Milwaukee Brewers. Now how I was going to say, How could you possibly explain that, you know all explain it. It's 2020. Welcome to 2020. Where nothing makes any sense. Finley we go, John. Welcome to Kelsey. Chevrolet. Extra innings a lance going on. Oh, man. Ah, it could be worse. It could be better. But you know what had you told me? They would be in the play offs with four to go What I said, Heck, yes. Sign me up. Oya? No, no doubt about that. You just You hate to see these rural close games with opportunities to win you hate and you hope next. We hope next week. We're not looking back. Yes, kicking ourselves from from the games like this, because there's obviously There's been a bunch of them, but I don't think there's any Any Ah, secret that that David Bella's all into the analytics When you look at the lineup tonight, and you, you hit the nail on the head. I mean, The show. Go has probably been our one of our best players the last three weeks to a month. Yes, and how I I like Akino. I understand the righty lefty stuff, but I just don't understand how you cannot put The best. Eight players that you have on the team in games like this. I mean, it just it doesn't just a and then The whole righty. Lefty thing you get to the last standing the brewers bring in their hammer and you send two guys up that combined. Have what 20 it back. Yeah, I feel you know, it's funny. It's funny. You say that I felt sorry for Jose Garcia. Well when he went to the plate, I just did this and it's no, it's no knock on him. It's just he had no shot versus Josh Shader. He may as well been blindfolded at that point. He had to be thrilled. I think he fouled off three PS data. He probably felt great about himself. It's couple pretty good swings against him. But it's like my goodness. You know, this is what but and then even at that point, it's like Don't you send up Freddy Galvis, at least in that. I mean, he's not He's not an all star, but he's got a lot more experience, and he's probably faced hater many times. I just I don't get well in the real killer, the he he Ah, he called his shot in the seventh inning when he went pinching her pension or pinch hitter. That was the chance to take out Devon Williams, if if you call if they had a chance after the leadoff walk. Which you get a base runner on against Devon Williams. You've done something that he said. Here we go. Everybody off the bench and Barnhardt struck out. Good one struck out looking and cost. Dion was granted out and that was there. That was going to be their best shot the rest of the night. Yeah, that was going to be one of my other point would and then the other thing, too. I was actually glad they brought hater. And in the night that Devin Williams believe really is. There's almost one of things where it's like, If you have the Brewers, do you take the guy out after it after the eighth inning? I mean, One. The other things I was gonna stays, I mean, and I know it was sunny, first outing for a few weeks here, but I mean, I just struggle with taken got taken starters out after five innings and 80 pitches Well, but but but but you know that I mean, but I mean, these are normal circumstances. He had a back injury and hadn't pitched in 12 days. I understand. But you, But you just You just said you questioned it. So you don't understand. I I don't. I don't get what the fascination is about questioning that on on the pitcher that one of the faces of your staff who hasn't pitched in 12 days with a back injury. He gives you 80 pitches. It gives you his blood and guts. It only gives up one run and people are complaining. They took him out. What do you want to do? Do you wanna run him into the ground of getting hurt again? I least probably start him in the sixth inning. And why do you think they didn't? I had somebody tonight. Say Will. He looked fine to me. Can you imagine somebody saying watching on TV that he would have? They would have sent Sonny Gray back out because he looked fine to me versus Derek Johnson's communication with his guy, Sonny Gray. Determining after 65 pitches, they give him some more rope. And they got him to 80 and somebody saying, Well, he looked fine to me. They should have sent him back out. It just drives me crazy. See? Yeah, I like it said I just and I t J and tones done a decent job This year. He's done. He's moved on more than decent. Yeah, but I just like I said, though, I I I would have sent him out for the six. I just think 80 pitches for a starter. But John I'm fascinated how you've determined that versus Derek Johnson and Sonny Gray, determining that Now I just opinion on my part I and might see that That's the thing that not not you in general. I'm talking in general how it drives me, if if the conversation between Derek Johnson the best pitching coach in the game, and Sonny Gray his guy more so than anybody else on the on the staff if their conversation is 65 going in..
Former IBM CEO weighs in on TikTok deal
"Dance to find a way to restructure Tic Tacs. U. S operations or face US shutdown is looming with Secretary Venusian, saying it has to be resolved by this weekend, and reports are that Oracle is the partner trying to get that deal done. Welcome. Now, someone who is no stranger to doing big tech deals with Chinese Sam Palmisano was for many years. IBM is President Seo, including when the company's sold. It's PC business. So long go back in 2005. We welcome now back to Bloomberg. Great to have you here, Sam. So I say you've actually been through this process. Give us what you learned from that process that Oracle maybe facing right now. Well, thank you, Devon. Thank you for having me. I mean the process itself. Let me just frame it on the sense that we had a period time What they were better relations relations between the two countries. I mean, China, the United States and China was also in a different phase of their growth strategy, and they were still inclined to create global businesses that could be held in China that could expand Beyond their domestic market, so the circumstances were quite different than they are today. Having said that it's an extremely complicated process is run by Treasury. That's a fair process. They make a recommendation to the president states for approval. But normally at least in our case in the process, it becomes political. In that case, then, basically because we were signed an asset that we believe was just going to be commoditized. It was not a lot of technical differentiation and a PC as you see today, but fundamentally of the various parties on the hill got engaged, and it made it complicated, which meant we had to go through a second review, which prolonged everything, which puts the deal in jeopardy issue. They say time kills deals, but fundamentally, we hung in there and we got approval from both governments would perceive it. It's clear and nothing else is clear. It's clear that whatever Tic Tac has is not commoditized, use your word. Whether it's the algorithms being used, or the date of the personal data, which seemed to be the real center piece of the concern of national security, and therefore this deal is more complicated. How you really protect those data. Is that the big sticking point as far as you can tell I think it isyou know, I really do think it's It's a combination of the algorithms and the personal data on the the amount of the personal data and that's called the uses of the personal data now, their solutions that could be having been shutting people down those sorts of things, and I really do think that There's a pragmatic solution on the table that perhaps both governments could approve. That would at least take one issue off the temple in the U. S China relations and Let me explain what I mean by that, the current what I read anyway. Like you. We only know it's been reported, is that bike dance would maintain majority share of Tic Tac, but they would create a global entity that would be held the United States. Mark will be a technology partner and provide that infrastructure e clown except which makes sense for article on maybe by doing this sort of thing. If you can solve the issues around personal data and the uses of personal data, protect people's privacy that could be resolved. But you still the government approval on both sides and the Chinese also have the equivalent of devious In their in their processes. Well, yeah, it's clear that the Chinese have really a dog in this fight without a doubt. But is it possible from your experience to really for the US government to really be assured that those personal data cannot go back to the Chinese government is I think that was the thing that we're concerned about, right? Well, absolutely, And basically, you know the complicated thing here. We don't have any details. Let's start with the structure itself. The majority owner being bike dances. It's obviously a Chinese company. What's the government's model? Who's on the board of that house? Did any operate? They have passive investor, right you on and on and on, is in a financial deal. There's an operation if it's an operational deal, because we're complicated now as faras protecting the day that exists if it's all housed in the United States. It's somewhat easier, but nonetheless, I mean information's gonna be flying across the world, So you're always gonna run the risk of any us any nation or really any happier being able to get into that kind of an infrastructure. Now, having said that? I mean, I think a partner like Arco or an IBM enterprise tech companies have a lot of experience of protecting data. They do this for themselves and for large enterprises. Probably a better partner than let's say, your traditional consumer tech company might be able to provide. Well, that's exactly my question, because I don't think of oracles being a consumer facing tech business. Unlike a Microsoft or unlike a Google or a Facebook, why does this make sense strategically for Oracle? Oh, I think it actually thie take about clouds in the emerging architecture for computing in the future are co is way behind as it is, I'd be having made the other traditional enterprise players and leaders as we all know where Amazon and catching up his Microsoft, so to them. It gives them I think an entry point with a very large social media company into the infrastructure. I think we'll give them credibility and cloud and a moving into the future. So from that perspective to teach me that makes a heck of a lot of sense. They're going to be a minority investor. It's almost like an outsourcing deal and in the sense that you operate people's assets for them. But you acquired his assets and the acquisition is access will be equity get only is buy bread, so I don't have any insight to that. So you know they'll make an investment. They'll get the outsourcing of the infrastructure that would be House United States. And that will create jobs. I don't know if it's 25,000 or not. I mean, you're the reason why 25,000 to me. Sounds like a large numbers. Because Facebook is bigas. They are only has 75,000 employees. And finally, Sam. What if, In fact, it does not get approved if in the end President Trump says, I don't like this. What does that mean? Maybe for Oracle, but more importantly, for bike dance. Well, I think at the end of the day, I mean, well, they shut them down. I don't know, You know, I mean, I think quite honestly there ways to solve these problems are national security concerns concerns. I can understand that it's really the bigger issue is protecting protecting people's personal information. In fact, the matter is that David that you go all that information's already been hacked. I mean, I know everybody forgets about the OPM Hack and the IRS hack well that there's a ton of personal information's already been hacked his eyes over the world. I assume in China's well there's tons of personal information are ready on the Internet everyday based upon people's user. Behavior and what they do on the Internet. So I mean, I do think it's necessary and it companies need to protect people's privacy in the data, But I'm not sure that this deal represents what's necessary to solve that problem. Fascinating. Thank you so much salmon. Nobody. I'd rather talk to about this than you. That's former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano. More
Fresh update on "devon" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Charlotte. The death toll in the U. S from the Corona virus outbreak is now the equivalent of 9 11 attack everyday for 67 days, according to the researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, the team who have been tracking Corona virus since the pandemics origins. The U. S has now surpassed 200,000 deaths. That's the highest number of deaths for any nation. The first U. S case was detected back in January, a Washington state man who had traveled to Wuhan, China. Devon Brown, Fox New President Trump today demanding the United Nations hold China accountable for the pandemic ous he defends his own handling of covert 19 Trump today, accusing the government in Beijing up in his words, unleashing this plague onto the world. Utah Senator Mitt Romney said today supports voting to fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat on the Supreme Court. Before the November election. Romney had been a key hold out, but issued a statement today in which the Republicans says he wants to vote based on qualifications. Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham says his party has the votes to confirm the PIC before the November 3rd election. Tommy DeVito founding member and Lee, guitarist of Frankie Valli's iconic due at court at the four seasons, has died. After being admitted to a hospital earlier this month with Corona virus. DeVito died Monday night in Nevada. He was 92 years old, which exports next WLBT News time NATO three Hi Lucy from Texas here, with more of our time spent at home, it was inevitable that our dishwasher stopped working. Luckily, I'm a member of American Home Shield. I went online to request service and then a qualified local contractor came out to fix the problem. It didn't matter that my dishwasher was over 10 years old because American home Shield covers parts..
Former Green Beret charged spying for Russia
"Virginia man charged with spying for Russia when he was an army Green Beret will be in court Monday in Alexandria. Peter Devon's of Gainesville, was arrested yesterday. Prosecutors say he met with Russian intelligence agents for more than a decade, divulging military secrets about his unit's activities in the former Soviet Republics.
Former Army Green Beret charged with spying for Russia
"Army Green Beret is charged with helping Russia spy on the U. S. Military correspondent Steve Dorsey, the Justice Department says 45 year old Peter Raphael Drabinsky, Devon's conspired with Russian intelligence from 1996 to 2011 federal prosecutors accused the former army officer of providing Russia with classified U. S national defence information He could face life in prison, according to the indictment. Devon's his mother was born in this Soviet Union and Devon's about his wife in Russia. They were married in 1997, the
Former Army Green Beret charged with spying for Russia
"Former army Green beret living in northern Virginia's arrested for allegedly divulging military secrets about his unit's activities in the former Soviet Republics. The indictment says Peter Devon's told authorities that he considered himself a son of Russia. This is AP News
Former Army Green Beret charged with spying for Russia
"Army Green Beret has been charged with helping Russia spy on the U. S. Military. The Justice Department says 45 year old Peter Raphael Drabinsky, Devon's conspired with Russian intelligence from 1996 to 2011. Federal prosecutors accused the former army officer of providing Russia with classified U. S national defence information He could face life in prison. That
Former U.S. Army Special Forces officer charged with spying for Russia
"Army Special Forces officer accused of turning over classified information to Russia. 45 year old Peters have been ski Devon's was arrested and accused by federal prosecutors with conspiring with Russian intelligence agents. According to court documents. Devon's met with Russian intelligence agents between December 1996 in January, 2011 providing information he obtained as an army officer. Including information about his chemical and special forces units, and also offered information about other military members to potentially be recruited to also cooperate with the Russian intelligence service. If convicted, Devon's would face a maximum sentence of life in prison.
"devon" Discussed on The John Roa Show
"The people that were in my life there's really there's a lot of fucking cool people in my life and I didn't even really realize it. I. Started Listening to all these people and I'm like well, like really blessed. Even know them and they've been putting up my ship that has years totally I know I've been there I know exactly that point you mean and like it was it was a big turning point I'm like, I. Don't WanNa be that guy then The big turning point I was in. I was in England and I was with this Guy Ross Edgeley. WHO's like the nicest guy on the planet and someone was describing this guy And there were like, it's a nicest human you'll ever meet in your whole life and I thought I'm like I. Wish someone said that about me down, you know what? I mean like I want someone to say like, wow, Devon's the nicest guy you'll ever meet in is not the richest guy not the best looking guy not the most athletic I. The nicest human and that's what change. That's what clipped. I WANNA be the nicest human without any other things in my life. I. Just want to be the Nice Guy 'cause that that sounds good to me, and that's that's what I wanna die as that's what I want to be represented. And so I made it like a mission. Ever. Since until like become that nice guidance and but would that you can't just wake up like okay I'm GonNa be nice. Everyone is that's fake. You have to go through work, and so I started talking to life coach they start to talk to spiritual coaches. I've always gone to church my whole life I continue to do that. But I started to like listen more to people whether it was my girlfriend whether it was friends and I just started like sit back and. Probably took me like three or four months to like. Grasp on. A while I'm not perfect I kind of go back to it. You know and I'm like, okay I gotta take a is that the ego taking over that insecurity taking over? What have you kind of comes back to rear its head in those moments I love being driven like I just love getting things done and I love that it's that wow, devon did that moment like wow, Devon just scored a touchdown. Wow Devon just scored a home run or whatever it is like Devon did this that has. Driven me my whole life like, wow, did this so like I am learning and like constantly trying not to just wow people all the time rather than just go through my life and like help people. So like the big thing now is just to serve others rather than everyone you know they they should be feet like you shouldn't be like that and I'm not saying I was technically like that but it definitely was going down that path. Down that was there a mental health component that came along with not only just the last twelve month journey but like your journey in coming up as a man as as a public figure was there a mental health component to this after share that I think the mental health part was always there but like you just don't realize it right?.
The prospects for mail-in voting in this fall's election
"Trump himself is saying the Postal Service needs more money if they want to get everyone's votes counted it quickly and accurately. I'm not going to give them that money because of the idea of how votes will be counted. Does that amount to voter suppression? What is it? Can you do that? A postal service has ample capacity to deliver all election male securely and on time for his own hand picked Postmaster General Luis de Joy, someone who is a very controversial figure in his own right is not backing up the president on that point, Brad I mean, in fact, he's spent publicly saying this month that the Postal Service can handle the election male. They will handle all those ballots that are expected. No problem. They will do it in a timely and professional manner. But we also need to recognize our issues and urgent We embrace the changes required to unleash the full range of possibilities. The pulse of services in dire financial straits needs the money. They have been struggling. But you've got the union and the president's own postmaster general on the same page saying that either way they're committed to the ballots, but they could use some help, right? We do ask election officials and voters to be mindful of the time that it takes for us to deliver ballots. Brad, There's this whole other category of delays. That's also embroiling the post office. This election season has nothing to do with their delivery. But rather with the deadlines that states are setting for wind, voters can request ballots when they have to get them back by the Postal Service, saying some of those deadlines Are simply too tight, and it's not their fault. We came across this letter that the Postal Service sent in a case in Pennsylvania last month, warning the state that it's deadlines, allowing some people to request a ballot to seven days before the election is simply too tight for them to turn around both the application and the completed ballot in time to be counted on Election Day. A number of states have these tight deadlines affect some Allow people to request by mail a mail in ballot the day before the election one for like that, Devon, we called it snail mail. Well before 2020 you know hard to know how many people try to do that or take advantage of that. But the Postal Service is pushing back a little bit here in a number of states, saying, Wait a second, just your deadlines, or you need to allow postmarked two ballots to be counted late after the fact. All of this the bread just a reminder to all of us Get those ballot requests in early. Everybody in every state can request him today. And when you get the Valance, September and October, Don't wait. Fill it out. Get it in and most people will be just fine. ABC
Washington DC police release video of cruiser fatally striking pedestrian
"Released the body worn camera video of an officer's striking a pedestrian with a cruiser while responding to an emergency call. Last month, 62 year old Devon Harris was hit on Minnesota Avenue southeast between Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Avenue's. The video shows the perspective of two officers via their body camera footage as they drove in the cruiser. The video shows the cruiser suddenly stopping and the two officers stepping out of the vehicle and performing chest compressions. Harris died at the hospital. A man
Working, Making, Creating in Public and Private
"Hi Everyone. Welcome to the. podcast I'M SUNOL and I'm super excited to do one of our special book launch episodes for the new book coming out just this week working in public the making and maintenance of open source software by Nadia Ball and published by Stripe Press. The topic actually applies to all kinds of communities and groups coming together whether it's an open source project, our initiative of Department in a company, a club or a special interest group even group of friends and family because it's all about how people come. Together to coordinate and collaborate around some shared interest or activity whether participatory or not whether code or content, and so one theme. We also pull the threads on in this episode is about how the learnings of open source communities do and don't apply to the passion economy and create our communities as well. Nadia has long been immersed in studying the health of communities including getting funding from the Ford Foundation to study open source then worked at hub in developer experience then did research at protocol labs. And is now focused on writer experience at sub stack for longtime listeners of the six and Z podcast I've actually had her on the show years ago along with Michael Rogers our protocol labs than of the No jazz foundation where we talked about the changing culture of open source, you can find that episode on our site, but in this wide ranging hallway style episode Nadia, and I cover everything from types of communities, social networks, and the evolution of being online and ironically while the book is. Called working in public we also talk about the emergence of private spaces as well as the tragedy of Big Public Commons and how to counter the tragedy of comments which is why I believe everyone should read this book because it's a dirt of literature out there for the era of President Online collaboration creation and consumption that we're in we end with some practical advice for community managers, platforms and leaders, but we begin by defining open source in this context with a really useful taxonomy for categorizing communities. Earlier early was like I really hate this term and I just wish we gotta have something else like public software whatever. Love that I love it too. Unfortunately, it's pretty hard to change terms that everyone. On so I know this firsthand. Yeah. I mean I personally find the term kind of intimidating and it doesn't sound exciting when I say the term open source but it really does just referred to the distribution side of cook the existence of open source licenses made it very easy for anyone to use and modify and re Polish someone else's coat and put it in their own software but it doesn't really say a whole lot about how it was actually produced and so I made this analogy in the book, which is actually an analogy I borrowed from a friend Devon Devon Zuko, she still apple podcast for me I. Love Her yes, and says something like the term open source doesn't mean anything anymore than the term company does it's like, yes, we kind of get what a company is but there are so many different kinds of business models for different types companies with open source saying something as open source tells you a little bit about how the code might be used. That doesn't really say anything about how they're actually being made someone has to continue taking care of it. One of my favorite parts of the book is you actually outline different types of communities you call it classifying project types, but it's really to me how people are. Essentially social networks. Really. So why don't you break down that taxonomy and by the way the reason I'm asking is because when I think of the ARC in history of open source, the concept that comes to mind for everybody is that classic book by Eric Raymond, which is a cathedral and the bazaar and I think that framing has two long framed our discussion of open source and frankly any online community yet everyone sort of has maybe like General Santa W-what community is like others a bunch of members and their and organized around some common interests or reason for spending time together. In that highest level definition of community, there's an underlying assumption that all members are sort of similar than just the term members washes over the underlying dynamics between those different numbers and so what I started doing was saying, okay. There is a difference between at minimum, an open source people who are contributing to open source and people who are using stars. So I try to sort of separate out users and contributors and say, okay in some open source projects or as you said, really communities and general, some communities have high trigger and some communities have high user growth and then there's sort of like. Different permutations of that it's like federations, clubs, stadiums, and I forgot the fourth but toys in me what are so I think it's really useful to start with your taxonomy, a federations and onward. So federations are like the really big projects we might be thinking of like Lennox or. Where you have a lot of people who are contributing to the project and you have a lot of people that are using their project. But there are enough people that are working on the creation of that project that it does form his own sort of contributor community. By contrast, clubs have a lot of people who are participating in Chretien but they don't have as many people that are using it and said a product that's kind of focused on a niche interest. The example to give his Astro Pie, which is a Python Library for astrophysicists right? It's high contributor incredibly interested in that but very low user growth because how many people in the world are really interested in That intersection exactly and toys I sort of mentioned in passing in their police. Interesting thing to talk about that's where you have both low user and Lok contributor growth. So that might just be like a personal project them thinking around no one else is really looking at it. They're sort of waiting in the wings before they become one of the other types of communities
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D.C. police arrest man, seek additional suspects in killing of 11-year-old at anti-violence cookout
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America's national parks face existential crisis over race
"The the re re openings openings many many people people in in the the United United States States so so using using the the opportunity to get outside and visit public spaces, especially during this holiday weekend. But the national parks are always seen as a breath of fresh air. ABC is Devon Dwyer talked to the National Park Service's first Latino Park service director about the challenges, racism and history that have made it difficult to get more black and brown Americans into national parks. The sweeping vista stir the soul, wildlife and waterfalls awaken a sense of wonder. American wilderness of playground for old and for young and overwhelmingly white. When you look around, you don't see people that you identify with you Don't Feel welcome. You feel out of place you feel Like you are an outsider and bring Terek is founder of Brown people camping When she was eight years old. Her family moved from India to Minnesota, where she fell in love with the outdoors. 20 years later, she's still astonished not to see more people like her. Some people might say, Isn't this just that people of color don't like to camp? That's a generalization, and they're just because something isn't happening or the presence of someone is missing does not mean they don't want to be there. Too many Americans of color parks campgrounds enforced land are stubborn bastions of self segregation. Racism was a factor at the founding of America's national parks created in part to be an escape for white urban elites. Several were racially segregated into the 19 fifties. Many considered uninviting to people of color into the 19 nineties. We have an inherent fear we do because of our history about Glenn into these remote rural places where we're not sure that will be accepted. Lauren Gay, the self described outdoorsy diva blog's about Our experiences is a woman of color in the wilderness. When you don't see it in marketing advertising for one in the psyche. You don't necessarily think this is something that For me. The National Park Service is the persistent whiteness of its 419 parks is an existential crisis. David Vela is the first Latino to lead the agency as a person of color. I think that Our national parks and what I have found their places where we can learn Maura about What happened in the past because that reflects our thinking today. In a report for shared with ABC News, the park service find 77% of its visitors are white. Just 23% are people of color. The minorities make up 42% of the US population. The lack of transportation opportunities is clearly going to be a factor. Oh, what a lot of folks don't understand is that We're closer than what you think, especially in the urban areas.
"devon" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Regis excellent and one thing that makes you laugh and say only in Devon Cornwall if you off from Plymouth and your Plymouth natives that you'll agenda when I first went to university that I had people saying had. Absolutely no idea what that meant and it took quite a long time to find out from a friend of mine who lived there, but yeah, so if you hear being referred to as agenda than that someone who's from Plymouth, the funny thing is tourists to Devon ical when the southwest are often referred to as growl kills, so if you hit somebody cooling. Cooling near Greco that means they refer tourists is not necessarily as polite way. Even people from Devon Ikuo are very friendly, but yeah grow. Co is a a WEFA tourist now my understanding is when it comes to local accents. The Devon Cornwall might be a little more tough for me to understand what somebody is saying even when they are speaking English. That can be the case I find it very endearing whether hair. It's an accident. I I really miss when I'm in the area and it's quite similar to Brazilian as well as a very west. Kind of accent, but yeah, it can be quite thick and quite hard to understand sometimes. Excellent well and we mentioned actually food. We mentioned getting past the while. You're there although I. Don't know if you have a particular. You recommended where we should go, but you didn't recommend if there was a favourite pastime. That's that's good. Scott to be a cornish past state that is just the traditional while nats, steak, potatoes and sweet, so pepe. It sounds basic, but it's wonderful. Excellent. Is there other things that we should try while we're in the area? Absolutely a cream tea. Old Davidge is as code is probably the best thing that I recommend you to try it full pasta. You've got scone or scaring. Depending how you want out, broke up quitting skull, but I tend to him. Oh people at so. I refer to as that below little bit of controversy over. A basic surf cake it's. Better flour sugar and milk mixed together, but that an a self is is is nice, as but the best part is you Dan half clotted cream, which also comes from Komo's can only come from Komo's so of copyrighted, and that's like a really thick, really rich cream. You don't get anywhere else, but really dense, really rich, and then you tend to have strawberry jam, Crosby Jam. You kind of similar tendencies, but that the main ones. The biggest controversy comes AV per the classic cream or the jam on top fast, and this causes huge arguments. This is like a definite cool mood divide. The Devonshire way is to put the cream on first, and then you spent the jam. The Cornish way is the other way. Is Jam Fest? The I've seen arguments over this the right way of doing. Indefinite Cornwall were separated by a river, but the really separated by. By..
"devon" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"I've never really question will more actually to me is just a large outdoor spaces quite hilly, but I actually. ADDICTION DOT COM says attractive open PT Wasteland. Often overgrown with heather at high altitudes common with in high altitudes or attractive land preserved for game. Yeah, well I can send a state it with the Highlands, and the hill was an sunny loss of heather that grows around that but i. done about wasteland I wonder if we only think. Versus irritable and places where you want to plant your crops. Suppose could be right. From a commercial point of view, I think. Some of my favorites in the world are wasteland mission. Yeah. Excellent. Well, if there's nothing else that you want to cover in your itinerary, then let's get to some of our. Wrap up questions. Yeah okay. You're standing in the prettiest spot. Let's say Devon and Cornwall. Where you standing looking up festival, say Plymouth. It would probably be stood on the host of this. Is that big green outdoor space? Where out in front of you? You have the see you've got a hobby. SITA ships coming in and out some fishing boat, some of them fairy seven of naval ships you've could drake silent just out front to be, and it's just a beautiful scenery especially. Especially on a sunny day. If you're in the right place, you can see the tin side lighter just below you. Is that outdoor swimming pool? In terms of Devon for me, it's William, and again that's probably because I'm biased, but the beach is just beautiful. There of a beaches like that that you can see dotted all around Komano around Devon new keys very popular Nice beaches as well, but what okay miss the main wants to me. And I get the impression that there are more sandy beaches on the northern part of Devon Cornwall. Am I wrong about that? Yeah, believe sorry. Yeah, if was to think about set aside no definite north, cool, moist, particularly associated with Saffet Juarez. The south coast is more satiated with solve you've got what's the English premier fiasco? Sure if I'd go to the extent describing as hot, but you have is more heavily beaches down that way we can the veracity case, which is what they often find, dinosaur, bones and things of that. We didn't put the drastic coast on the map. That's something that we should mention and I can't put it on the map. Personally I know it's down there, but I don't know where a Jurassic coast is as stretch is a bit of an Irish. There's not just one pop stretches from the south coast stove, Devon, across to the coast of Dourson which by from the south coast of England yeah, it covers a large area. Lyme Regis is a very nice pot of Devon. If you to go there, which is Alumna address a coastal place to? And you mentioned that there are a lot of fossils that have been found there obviously from I think we could guess what period is there particular place where you could see those displayed things that were found in the Coz I believe. Just as a place I've been to before in the past and I'm fairly sure it was where there's a lady who first discovered them. That was along that coastline..
"devon" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Some of them want to look some the coastal paths, and you bet with bad even know that that s small ones remote, and they follow along these remote areas, and then others three tomatoes, towns, and villages, and as well a and well paved. We'll if we didn't have time to hike six hundred miles, which is. True for Silvis deal, particularly favorite part because path I'm biased. I say North Devon, but will stick to South Devon exhaust closer to weapon of his is written hard to say because that such nice places I try, and make a point of going out as often as I can weekends and things that in holidays to go out and just walk pots. These puffs Crofton a for one finish enough, and then you can stop are popping drink along the way if you were to say North Devon. Where would you say I'm Beth saying if I've lived enough to have a lot longer than I left in Plymouth. Well unless be cleared North Devon from south, Lebanon fifty miles away or something like that. Yes is maybe about. An hour or two drive. When I say no, if there I think of as a far away place, but actually. Is still very much, Devon. For me I. I'm from Willeke. which anyone in the UK will? No, it's. It's one of the top rated places in the UK to go up useful beach. That's about two to three miles long, just pure sand. Absolutely gorgeous and his cassange along the top and that for me. No I'm biased because it's from where I'm from. Just beautiful place to get anyone as being is Buteau and then you've got such a conscious. If you go slightly along ALUMNA, coach gets get more. which is a small village and that's very different. It's very rugged is there's love cliff faces? You've got more point with sticks right-out, and it's quite infamous for being placed ship records who used to when who encouraged ships to cross on that coast, and then they gern role who the contents of the ships so again very fascinating and contrast histories and geography..
"devon" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Welcome to amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about Devon and Cornwall. I'd like to welcome to the show. Ryan Duffield from Devon who has come to talk to us about the city of Plymouth in southern England and also the surrounding area, including Devon and Cornwall. Ryan welcome to the show. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me Howie. Good well, you know and it's funny because we just talked about the English coast, but we've moved a little further to the West and talk. Talk about a different region of the coast than we did on the show recently when we talked about Suffolk and the the downs. Why should someone go to Plymouth Plymouth? Actually it's a fantastic city. It's a city that goes amazing maritime history and tradition that dates right back to the medieval times, but actress quite often overloaded when people think of cities in England. They think oh of Lunden Bama again. Manchester Liverpool perhaps. I think Plymouth is just as much. Interest is end if those cities, but it's just north of us so much, and I think particular twenty American. Listeners interested is also the city where the pilgrim father set sail on the mayflower. Sixteen twenty associated with the traditional thanksgiving. S Pre interesting point. Is also surrounded by beautiful coastline. It's right on the border of the county's of Devon and Cornwall these are two of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK down in the South West of England, said Scott lost offer. Willing we're looking for dividend cornwall if we go down to the English map and you go far bottom left. That's where we are, and if you go further bottom further left from there, you end up in the ocean. So we're. Right on the south coast of Devon Oklahoma so are literally facing out to the Atlantic okay well and facing out towards the south. Yes, excellent well, what? Are. You GonNa. Recommend Fourth Festival is obviously starting in the city centre, so the city is actually pretty much based around the coast and its large harbours, so I would say starting day Sutton Haba, which is the main harbor in the city and that so where the city spreads out from I'm from around the. You've all sorts of things to say side. You've got things like the mayflower steps. Steps, which is where there's the pilgrim fathers actually set sail from and this museum dedicated to that you've also got what's the Barbican? which is this old coupled street state specs, medieval periods, which is full of these is correct, slim pubs and bars, restaurants shops things like that, and it's one of the few passes cities. The city was actually bombed June. Sacramento War by the Nazis and the. The city was destroyed, and this is one of the well preserved areas of that city out, also recommend site just basically following the coastline of the city's known as Britain's Ocean City for good reason, because it will revolve around that and overlooking the area. What looks like is huge, fool trust, but what actually is actively operating? Royal Marines and Royal Navy base. That's right in the heart of. Of the city and they still have people that you can save people, training and things, and they actually do tours of that interestingly and I'm not sure how many military basis you can know many Abitur tour during the middle of the day. You can't do that well and it seems like one of the reasons they do that, too. Is You mentioned? This is not a new military base. Quite historical, so this is where the ships sailed out to fight the Spanish Armada for absolutely, and the city is very synonymous with Francis Drake. Who is the man who led the defeating of the Spanish the? He was from Plymouth. Things like the main shopping center in the city named optimus could drake circus, and you'll find lots of other places around the city named after him. You also have along. Along the Bob sell them this coupled medieval street. You have the Plymouth Gin distillery, which is actually the oldest gin distillery in the country, and of course you can go in then you can have tools that you can find out how the GIN is made. You can find out the botanic WHO's they use? <unk> Jin's at the end of that. So if you're GIN, Fan Pathak place to go we'll. Get into more detail on all these things. So in terms of the BARBICAN. For instance you mentioned the Plymouth Gin distillery. There are different pubs and things. Do you have a favorite pub? Is there someplace that we ought to check out? There is a place I feel bad commending it, but there's a web spins now Weber spins is a national chain across the country. If you live in the UK, you know about web of Spain's. They've actually got really nice bar that down on the Babacan. Babacan, which is right by the Plymouth Gin Distiller Selfish Nickel Jin from that, but they've got huge selection of our genes of a drinks there, but all the buildings there because they're all medieval style buildings that is then become ingrained within the actual <unk> itself garnered sovereignty. Highly recommend that this is places down the thyroid record. Think of any off the top of my head. Okay mix over a new kind of places and very traditional old pubs as well which great.
Travel to Devon and Cornwall, England
"Welcome to amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about Devon and Cornwall. I'd like to welcome to the show. Ryan Duffield from Devon who has come to talk to us about the city of Plymouth in southern England and also the surrounding area, including Devon and Cornwall. Ryan welcome to the show. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me Howie. Good well, you know and it's funny because we just talked about the English coast, but we've moved a little further to the West and talk. Talk about a different region of the coast than we did on the show recently when we talked about Suffolk and the the downs. Why should someone go to Plymouth Plymouth? Actually it's a fantastic city. It's a city that goes amazing maritime history and tradition that dates right back to the medieval times, but actress quite often overloaded when people think of cities in England. They think oh of Lunden Bama again. Manchester Liverpool perhaps. I think Plymouth is just as much. Interest is end if those cities, but it's just north of us so much, and I think particular twenty American. Listeners interested is also the city where the pilgrim father set sail on the mayflower. Sixteen twenty associated with the traditional thanksgiving. S Pre interesting point. Is also surrounded by beautiful coastline. It's right on the border of the county's of Devon and Cornwall these are two of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK down in the South West of England, said Scott lost offer. Willing we're looking for dividend cornwall if we go down to the English map and you go far bottom left. That's where we are, and if you go further bottom further left from there, you end up in the ocean. So we're. Right on the south coast of Devon Oklahoma so are literally facing out to the Atlantic okay well and facing out towards the south. Yes, excellent well, what? Are. You GonNa. Recommend Fourth Festival is obviously starting in the city centre, so the city is actually pretty much based around the coast and its large harbours, so I would say starting day Sutton Haba, which is the main harbor in the city and that so where the city spreads out from I'm from around the. You've all sorts of things to say side. You've got things like the mayflower steps. Steps, which is where there's the pilgrim fathers actually set sail from and this museum dedicated to that you've also got what's the Barbican? which is this old coupled street state specs, medieval periods, which is full of these is correct, slim pubs and bars, restaurants shops things like that, and it's one of the few passes cities. The city was actually bombed June. Sacramento War by the Nazis and the. The city was destroyed, and this is one of the well preserved areas of that city out, also recommend site just basically following the coastline of the city's known as Britain's Ocean City for good reason, because it will revolve around that and overlooking the area. What looks like is huge, fool trust, but what actually is actively operating? Royal Marines and Royal Navy base. That's right in the heart of. Of the city and they still have people that you can save people, training and things, and they actually do tours of that interestingly and I'm not sure how many military basis you can know many Abitur tour during the middle of the day. You can't do that well and it seems like one of the reasons they do that, too. Is You mentioned? This is not a new military base. Quite historical, so this is where the ships sailed out to fight the Spanish Armada for absolutely, and the city is very synonymous with Francis Drake. Who is the man who led the defeating of the Spanish the? He was from Plymouth. Things like the main shopping center in the city named optimus could drake circus, and you'll find lots of other places around the city named after him. You also have along. Along the Bob sell them this coupled medieval street. You have the Plymouth Gin distillery, which is actually the oldest gin distillery in the country, and of course you can go in then you can have tools that you can find out how the GIN is made. You can find out the botanic WHO's they use? Jin's at the end of that. So if you're GIN, Fan Pathak place to go we'll. Get into more detail on all these things. So in terms of the BARBICAN. For instance you mentioned the Plymouth Gin distillery. There are different pubs and things. Do you have a favorite pub? Is there someplace that we ought to check out? There is a place I feel bad commending it, but there's a web spins now Weber spins is a national chain across the country. If you live in the UK, you know about web of Spain's. They've actually got really nice bar that down on the Babacan. Babacan, which is right by the Plymouth Gin Distiller Selfish Nickel Jin from that, but they've got huge selection of our genes of a drinks there, but all the buildings there because they're all medieval style buildings that is then become ingrained within the actual itself garnered sovereignty. Highly recommend that this is places down the thyroid record. Think of any off the top of my head. Okay mix over a new kind of places and very traditional old pubs as well which great.
"devon" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Bags, back on a road. And read, it's. Real. Fast Board. Amateur Traveler, episode seven hundred and twelve today the amateur traveler talks about winning and Moore's and maritime history fireworks and fossils, and passed to us as we go to Plymouth Devon and Cornwall in southern England. Welcome to amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about Devon and Cornwall. I'd like to welcome to the show. Ryan Duffield from Devon who has come to talk to us about the city of Plymouth in southern England and also the surrounding area, including Devon and Cornwall. Ryan welcome to the show. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me Howie. Good well, you know and it's funny because we just talked about the English coast, but we've moved a little further to the West and talk. Talk about a different region of the coast than we did on the show recently when we talked about Suffolk and the the downs. Why should someone go to Plymouth Plymouth? Actually it's a fantastic city. It's a city that goes amazing maritime history and tradition that dates right back to the medieval times, but actress quite often overloaded when people think of cities in England. They think oh of Lunden Bama again. Manchester Liverpool perhaps. I think Plymouth is just as much. Interest is end if those cities, but it's just north of us so much, and I think particular twenty American. Listeners interested is also the city where the pilgrim father set sail on the mayflower. Sixteen twenty associated with the traditional thanksgiving. S Pre interesting point. Is also surrounded by beautiful coastline. It's right on the border of the county's of Devon and Cornwall these are two of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK down in the South West of England, said Scott lost offer. Willing we're looking for dividend cornwall if we go down to the English map and you go far bottom left. That's where we are, and if you go further bottom further left from there, you end up in the ocean. So we're. Right on the south coast of Devon Oklahoma so are literally facing out to the Atlantic okay well and facing out towards the south. Yes, excellent well, what? Are. You GonNa. Recommend Fourth Festival is obviously starting in the city centre, so the city is actually pretty much based around the coast and its large harbours, so I would say starting day Sutton Haba, which is the main harbor in the city and that so where the city spreads out from I'm from around the..
Protecting Your Assets
"On my guest. Today is Devon Miller. Helping Fortune one hundred clients with their intellectual property Devin realized that there weren't many good intellectual property legal resources for startups and small businesses. As, an entrepreneur himself, he wanted to help other small business. Owners learn about patents, trademarks and copyrights. So they can build value into their businesses and protect their assets. And that's what we're GONNA be talking about today. Thanks so much for joining me Devon. Pleasure happened to be on. Glad to have you, so talk to me some about how a business goes about protecting their brand or Invention! Yes. Oh, maybe it's easiest I'll give you a really. Quick overview is kind of the different areas. You can go about protecting year their cyber small, this or any business, so if you're look at if you hear people Kinda referred to, there's kind of an umbrella term that would be intellectual property. That kind of if you WANNA referred to the the big. Big The big topic that it'd be intellectual property, and then underneath that you basically have what are patents, trademarks and copyrights which are then what used to protect so patents are gonNA. Go towards anything. That's an invention, so if you creating it has a functionality invention as a product is software anything that you know does something that's going to be under patents. Trademarks are GONNA. Be More for a brand of anything about anything that's building your brand whether it's logo whether it's a product name or company, name or catchphrase anything it's basically brand related is GonNa fall under trademarks and copyrights are going to be more for creative work, so if it's a book or a video or a picture or something that's more on the creative. Creative nature that you're grading than it's GonNa Kinda Copyright, so those are kind of the three areas that you can protect her protector, grow or protect your business depending on which one and a Lotta. Times you'll have you know multiple ill fall under multiple those verticals those are kind of the main areas that you use to protect your brand or protect your business. Okay. That's great, okay so. Let's start a break it down, so talk about wide patents are so important for protecting an invention. Yes, so there's a few reasons and. Always joke that you know. Ask An attorney, a question and Dwayne. TURT- whether or not they tell you the answer is it depends because that's all out over solitary question, but I'll give you a better answer than it depends so, but so when I look at patterns, and you can always protection. There's really a few different strategies that companies are going to look at for why they may WanNa. Patent or why that may be useful, and so one is obviously to protect an event. You think hey I'm putting in a whole lot of blood sweat. Sweat, and and money to develop a product or to come up with something now want to be able to protect it. I mean meaning I don't want somebody to take all my hard work, and then knock it off or copy it and be able to say thanks for all that time and effort now I'm going to do it faster cheaper. Better not have spare the expensive all the development. That's where he are one reason you get. A patent is in order to protect that. That work has become an actual asset or right. Then you can go at enforce and stop others from knocking offer copying all of your your idea and your invention with that the other one is also more on. It's an actual assets kind of investable that you know you. You can use that as an asset of the company, so if you're to think of if you're going out to angel, capital or venture, capital or angel, investor, venture, capital, or someone that you're trying to. To even vans even use them as collateral for a loan, but you're actually away to capture a lot of the asset of your company, if a lot of it is an in your head or development are and be know the end product is great, but there's a lot of time there for research one way that you can actually capture that as an asset of your company that then you can get in valuation, increase, evaluation, bomb, or way trying to do so those are generally. If, you're looking at why you'd WanNa Patent and what the? Reason. Motivations are as one as either to protect and capture all the time and effort money into research, and the other is to build as an asset to the company.
Tottenham vs Manchester United highlights and reaction
"In the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur taking on Manchester United Finish Spurs. One united one. Craig Burley Stephen Nickell on frank, leboeuf. Replaced on that Game Craig. Let's start with you one one fan. Well, thank you deserve something that the game that we played No. No surprise that taught them were Clinton deep. That's what he did before the lockdown. That's continue to. But I thought you know journey. Passenger falstaff the shift. The Ball quelques PAS and particularly sweat. You play doughnut, right hand side where? You know for them. They were trying to exploit Maguire in Shaw. who comfortable for long periods but? You know all ultimately. Goal which is a really good one from United's perspective, and Maguire and couple of glory now. He made some changes then in April you know greenwood definitely poke pogba Mehta. Devon's and taught them. Just started this deep so I I think united at least good for point. Of course pro on ensuring the second half Franken in performance that you want to see more of his United Fan. Yes definitely you made a huge impact. When he came on and play for like thirty minutes and we saw was Fernandez that he was. He could make a very good pair and I want to see more of course, more involvement, but. E creed the penalty eventing. Maybe we're going to talk about it I don't think it was a penalty, but E was It was good. We had good mentality, and we know how good he is and how? Big Can before Manchester United. He's gotTa start now from now on Stevie. No, I don't think so it didn't. It didn't look particularly strong I. Mean You saw closeup? Italians and he was blowing. Pray heavy for the guy who. was playing for half an hour so clearly. He didn't start because he's not. He's not physically strong enough to settling. Play a whole game. Solskjaer decided to bring him on for a Hafer. Which is actually for? Makes, him look good. Clearly, the opposition were were running a steam. When you can bring on Sunday we're has ability. Then that's good forever body. It makes him look good and of course. Gives a team a left. I'd have to see on the other Tondo taught. Them. have. Marine is GONNA. Play this we all the time. What she certainly looks like. He's going to have to find a playmaker because he doesn't have what Eric Lamelo as much as you have the ball. He come come pick A. I don't know whether he sees a possible, even if he does it come pick it and he kept giving away and how? Kate must be thinking Oh my goodness. For the on percents shop. Physically, not he must be thinking while we actually going to do this game and game out because if he's going to have a tough time getting goals.
Rayshard Brooks: Both Atlanta officers charged in shooting turn themselves in to police
"The two Atlanta officers charged in the death of ray short Brooks surrendered to authorities on Thursday here's C. B. S. news correspondent mark Strassmann officer Devon browsed in left the Fulton County jail after posting bond Thursday his former fellow officer Garrett Ralph faces eleven charges including felony murder you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away ray shot Brock's chased by wolf fired a taser Adam Rowe fired back with his gun three
Atlanta officers turn themselves in on charges in the death of Rayshard Brooks
"The former Atlanta police officer charged with killing ratio R. Brooks at a Wendy's parking lot last week is now in custody Garrett Roth turned himself in a couple of hours before his deadline he's charged with eleven counts including murder after he allegedly shot the twenty seven year old in the back as he was fleeing an attempted arrest earlier today the other officer involved Devon Brosnan turned himself in he faces aggravated assault
"devon" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Brendon's Mother did corroborate that. She spoke to him at their house for about ten minutes before he was told that lance couldn't stay he lived about thirty minutes away from the Devonshire home. After hearing about the argument over money between Paris and her boyfriend detective Williams worked to track him down the number. Thirty eight TATUM. And is this information about been in the House of Paris on your anything yes renewable just individuals? I was not his used disease. Does he had the same complexion as independent courtroom. Not Detective Williams was unable to follow up with Paris's boyfriend because he is deceased. She did say that he does not have the same complexion as the defendant. She obtained a copy of his cellphone records in an effort to eliminate him his cell phone pinged in the area of Devonshire around ten PM. That night at one sixteen. Am His next call. Pinged on the west side of Detroit where he was known to live she also worked to eliminate the surviving victims from the House as possible suspects. The timing of the nine one one calls were also consistent with the time of the video of a figure leaving the Shire location. What about Armand did you go to the number one calls and was correct about that? So our mind Was the same thing with the timing of his nine one. One call was still consistent with the time of a person. Fleeing the location he was on the phone with nine one one and was still there when office. I were there and as we saw on the video of figure has left the Devonshire location. At that time so those two individuals were still on the phone with nine one one at the time so they could not have been the person who did the shooting. According to Sabrina Bates's cellphone records. There were ten calls made on May twenty fifth between twelve thirty four. Am and four fifty. A M remember. She had said that Devon Robinson was in possession of her phone that night the first five calls were to a cab company then there was a call at two sixteen. Am to Mallory. Robinson Devon's mother for five minutes at four fifty a M. There was a call to Mallory Robinson for one second the phone. Ping's near Devonshire on Cross detective. Williams said there was no way to tell who was in possession of the phone when it was used. She also admitted that she doesn't know who all of the individuals were. That were at the party earlier. That evening I know what was told by the individuals. Who were there still by the you? Don't ruin that was there and you don't know baby was there they're angry. I was not told anybody angry. She said she was aware of the neighbors. Warning shot fired earlier in the evening. Police tested that gun and it was not a match to the bullet. Casings found inside the home. Many of the partygoers had left the party. After that shot was fired police were unable to track all of them down as for where Robinson actually lived. Detective Williams said she does not have an. Id driver's license or an email address to him with the Buckingham Address on it. She also said that aside from the gas station video there's no video with Robinson's face on it on redirect detective Williams said she did not receive tips for anyone else involved in the killings aside from Robinson the defense declined to put on a case they did not call any witnesses.
"devon" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Am brave are wounded. Blair called nine one one as he tried to save twenty year old Paris Cameron. He said someone came in and shot up the house. The dispatcher told him that units were on the way and asked if there were any injuries. Blair told the dispatcher. He didn't see the assailant but knows he's gone. Lance and Brendan arrived back to the neighborhood to see cop cars filling the street. Police questioned them all asked for buccal swabs and they consented to his search of their cell. Phones police canvassed the neighborhood and look for any possible witnesses or evidence. One of the neighbors across the street had emotion activated camera. Investigators pulled it and reviewed the footage for fifty whereas exit or of our target address and run eastbound down. Police continued their canvas and ended up at the gas station. The area is what's known as a green light area so the gas station has cameras that nearly every angle. They found the footage from two forty. Am On may twenty fifth when the four friends entered the convenience store the man in camouflage walks in to forty one am Paris approaches him and now all five or standing near each other. The four friends walk out of the store towards the gas pumps Blair appears Paris inviting the man back to the house. A minute later the man walks out of the store to he starts walking away from the group but is looking back towards them as the man is walking away looking back. Peres asks the man what's up to get his attention then Blair pulls up and tells Paris to get into his car. Perez walks towards the man still trying to get his attention. She gives the man the address to the Party and then goes back to Blair's car and gets in Blair gets mad at Paris for telling the man where they'll be as they begin to drive away. Peres shots out of the back window and tells the man. Don't forget to come through lead investigator. Detective Patria Williams published a screen shot from surveillance video of the man in camouflage to the public calling him. A person of interest so realized via was extracted we sent into visual recognition and released a clip from inside of the video. Release It on hymns and later on that evening we had priced Mercedes and facial recognition coming back with. The name of the person who was inside gestation to that happen on Saturday may twenty fifth. Yes so the same day the shooting just today yes. Did you the person that you now have that you wanted to interview. Did you have a location six? Yes what was that a thirty four forty bucks cam? Did you canvass of that? Yes where's Buckingham? In relation to the gas station the next block on the corner within the day the detective had a name for her person of interest. Nineteen year old Devon Robinson. His known address was three four. Forty Buckingham a block over from the gas station and just a few blocks away. From the crime scene. Next police canvassed the street. Robinson lives on and gleaned the following from surveillance camera located at another house on Buckingham also a couple of blocks away from the party then a figure wearing light colored clothing emerges from a taxi cab at two thirty two. Am and walks in the direction of thirty four Forty Buckingham. Six minutes later the figure emerges from the house and walks northbound and then turns left one minute later. Devon Robinson is seen on the gas station surveillance video. He's wearing the same clothes as the figure on the other camera at two forty four. Am The camera on Buckingham. Captures the figure in light colored clothing walking south turning around and then heading north. The figure is seen walking back and forth several times pacing until they eventually walked past the home on Buckingham to fifty. Am The gestation camera captures a figure in light colored clothing walking through the gas pumps and heading towards the Party House Robinson is seen again at four. Am inside the gas station buying a drink and cigarettes at four. Oh Two am the vigour goes in the direction of the thirty four forty. Buckingham Home Gone in two hours earlier. At four fifty three am the figure emerges from the home again this time wearing all black and had south at five. Oh One am a figure is seen going back. North and into thirty four forty Buckingham Detective Williams now knew who her person of interest was but she still needed to find him. Officers spoke to a woman named Sabrina Bates. Who lived at that Buckingham House who said Robinson loved between nine and ten? Am On may twenty. Fifth and hadn't come back Robinson's mother. Mallory also apparently left the next day and hadn't been seen since we were able to reach this Robinson. By fall investigator. Todd reached out Smith Robinson on several occasions and she refused to meet with them. There's Robinson ever know about thirty different Detroit. Police officers were looking for Robinson including the headquarters surveillance unit the homicide task force and patrol officers on June fifth. They received an anonymous tip with an address of a house where he was seen hanging out. Eight officers surrounded the residence. They laid eyes on their target. Devon Robinson sitting on the front porch wearing red basketball shorts. He was taken into custody without incident. The Wayne County Prosecutor's office announced Robinson's arrest and charges of first degree murder and assault quote in connection with the killing of three members of Detroit's lgbtq community prosecutors charged Robinson with three counts of first degree murder two counts of assault with intent to murder and five of the use of a firearm in connection with felony the ten charges and total quote. It is alleged that unmade twenty-fifth to nineteen Robinson shot and killed Tae Davis Twenty One Paris Cameron Twenty and Timothy Blanchard twenty all of Detroit inside a home on Devonshire on Detroit's east side Davis and Blanchard were gay men and Cameron was a transgender woman. Prosecutor's also alleged Robinson shot and wounded two additional victims who have survived their injuries. The case was assigned to special prosecutor. Jamie Powell Horowitz of the Fair Michigan Justice Project or FM J. P. which is a collaboration between the prosecutor's office and Fair Michigan Foundation. Fm J. P. is a program that assists Michigan law enforcement officers and prosecutors in solving serious crimes against Lesbians Gays Bisexuals and transgender persons prosecutor. Kim worthies said quote. The alleged actions of this defendant are disturbing on so many levels but the fact that this happened during pride month. Add salt into the wound. We must remain ever vigilant in our fight to eradicate hate in Wayne County and Beyond Fair Michigan. President Atlanta McGuire said that this case illustrates the mortal danger faced by members of Detroit's Lgbtq community including transgender women of color. She said the. Lgbtq community knows that the fair Michigan Justice project the Wayne County Prosecutor's office and the Detroit Police Department stand ready to aggressively prosecute these brutal.
"devon" Discussed on The Good News Podcast
"The other host the good news. Podcast is your source for Good News Fun Stories Auditory Delight and Sonic Joy. We're bringing you all of this goodness from beautiful downtown Chicago in the past. We have talked about urban beavers right as as does were always on top of what's going on with this city beavers. I think it's exciting. I think it's like their nature's engineer. They're making changes with the Times. I got it. Yeah I like thinking of Beavers as little civil engineers walking around like looking at bodies of water and saying like well no. I think we can tweak this a little bit. You mentioned them with a little hard hats on absolutely little tool belts. I mean obviously not even though belts just Clipboard and pen. We're we're leaving the city but we're still talking about beavers. We are taking taking a trip to Devon in the UK where there is the first wild beaver colony in over four hundred years. According to the Devon Wildlife Trust this is like a part of a trial that the locals were really excited about and just like allow beavers back into the area and now there art thirteen beaver families living along a river in Devon and they have been a huge success. The beavers are doing as expected and sort of shaping the land to their needs so rather than like breaking down and sort of like the structure that currently exists. They're they're being encouraged and locals love it. The Wildlife Trust loves it and they are benefiting water voles Oud otters yes and wading birds and it has their dams are helping reduce the risk of flooding in the area. The win win. Yeah I think this is a win win win. 'cause I know you love offers and win. Because they're acting out. I imagine a beavers childhood. Dream is to be A mover a shaker a builder a maker and I think that's what they're doing. That's what they're that's what they're intended for to be building things if you were an animal. What would you built so like a beaver yes? Bird builds nests termites build. Those big like termite colonies. Did you know that for cooling? Yes you did. Yeah Oh dan I really thought I had a cool factor for you. I'm like a termite chimney. I mean I think if I would want to be some sort of primate. That built a an awesome treehouse Yeah Yeah for for you and your Fam- and I'd want it to be really high. 'cause sure an human could build a tree and they have and they do but I think if if I'm some primate I could have access to I can have access to heights and places in the trees that humans don't. That's what I was thinking. Would you have a prehensile tail? Would you have like a tale that you could use to help you climb given your druthers? It's funny that you asset percent. Yeah you know it is funny. That asset question. When I was like twenty six I was dating this guy and I told him that I was with a tail and the I started off as a joke because I was just. I don't know I don't know that the board I had a tail tail and the doctors had they just sort of took off and it was fine like not a big deal and he believed me so hard core that every once in a while he bring it up. He'd be like he was like do you think. Do you miss your tail. Does he'd ask like the phantom pain tail paint. Had Doug my whole like so div I this was like I couldn't tell. Wow colleen that is shocking. I mean it's shocking. You are like I can't believe he believed me because I think if someone told me that and they were like. They told me in confidence without smiling. They're like I have to tell you something. I was born with a tail. I would have no reason to doubt them like. Yeah Okay I still love you. But I didn't say in confidence in that way. It was like throw or just like me. I had a tail. Yes it wasn't anything where I was like. I gotTa sit you down and tell you something about myself. Yeah what about you know what animal you would wanna be what you would bill? Well I mean I'm trying to imagine like myself just as an animal Morphing yourself into animal. Yeah like just me but more more animalistic and I'm going the opposite direction you went up you went like you want to build extravagant Tree houses comfy come come freely welcoming warm wild. I'm going the other direction. I want a hobbit hole. I want to be the type of animal that burrows and make something like really cozy warm inviting but In the ground. I think that's really cozy. I wonder what that says about are opposites. I'm extremely up.
"devon" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"First book I is this. Also going to be a series. This is a a series co written with Canadian friend of mine. Layton high-standard East as prolific as. I am if not way worse but then it is not that cool and what is occupation kind of deal with 'em occupation aid. It's the rise trilogy Curation salvation just came out and reclamation comes out fifth of May these Olson was heinous am able to pay back and all the releases report on it as an absolutely brilliant job This is as I. It's a conversation projects and do we weren't radio on this together with different characters were under our ownership said we. We basically had a convergence story of red full main characters to follow the people around them to each and we rug it into even story All Way through it's it's basically it's Nathan Brazilians. I right typically six before I want to go for it. It's not your standard eighty invasion story because they set twenty five years after the invasion where the race occupies earth until about how the the different groups ivers this Unite to attempt to take back on it and I also WanNa talk about a Newark Swarm that his Cut that came out this month on kindle. That's actually a book number. New S was Was the product of a very way dream. Think I think my oath watched Magadan Olson thin and they couldn't get on it but basically am arc is It follows the the idea of surviving as as as the race human race of I been an extension apple event an astro combat Saturday night. What would happen? If there was a dinosaur level event now And is the acronym for Every Purpose International Space Station where they've basically developed into time. It took cruel. They Asteroid Tarija developed am Christ isis technology and they have underground bunkers on earth and the space station and they based intend to 'em keep people on ice until we are these habitable again which rooks up to a degree and then when they come out after what was supposed to be three hundred days actually been have nine hundred and it's not exactly the place expected right. Why don't we take a short break? We're talking to DEB. See Ford about his works and we will be right back. I'm Clare Grant Playing Meghan grades and the grades and you're listening to Fi. Talk back with Devon See. You know you're obviously very prolific and you also work with authors. Do you jump from project to project and I I would think you also write some of the simultaneously as well. I I do I'm prolific. I'm also an about scatterbrains account when it comes to mistaken at projects the last one new earth that was the recent one is is on preorder that was written co-written with another friend as well One point always Writing six books than it quite rare though ended up with just one project on the go because invariably after twenty twenty thousand words you end up stolen the creativity on that so he's always for me always had mold him one book on the go said when their ideas. Poo Kinda runs dry. You jump onto the next project and you get you major back threatens the words onto that say hot between at my got three only go with some projects as well but yeah it. It's it's how my brain works doesn't Wick and you've also You're in the world of audio with audible and Archie. Bray has narrated cylinder works. What's that like and to kind of have your stories either? Read or or performed ran. I I started. Didn't have a little bit mind. I haven't listened to an audio book. You can insert gasping. They're like and even even worse and this was early. Sixteen when podium? Who's going to infancy. Would you say who has my after series with Bray and am I actually tried to turn him down and spoke with A friend of mine. Mark Works is the author reason series. Time did very well and he told me if I if I did some breakdown owes idiots saw valid but another bree in series out in June. I'm obviously hair in my books in audio. Because I'm hearing someone else's interpretation of my characters and time his baton how I imagine them but yeah I've I've got a got some fantastic. Data's being lucky very lucky to get paper like reports. Kate Reading Daniels Asi Bray. Great Tremblay Got John Lee. Six books Unto here these people read my words even to fully is now is still quite exciting. The humbling. What's it like when these things actually become popular on their own right to for you again. Surreal Mozzarella's as things are now on our rocked without even in the face of varying degrees of success. Is that you yet. You look at the success. You'd think dot com. Be Me which you know is a defining factor of anywhere. Any real writers have been that kind of downs. So it's an amazing area and it just really expose your works to a lot of a lot of different people and you know. It's it's awesome to to hear that now. Do you write a separate script or do they actually read the books? Verbatim advocates him. A lot of them a corporation between A producer Narrator Annalisa as to. How people should southbound as preference when I when I write a new series with my Bible I I keep character notes how they sounds mannerisms and Salah and interpreted so beautifully of in some August dates. It's really a look forward to when my come out to to be able to enjoy a new version of the story. The Best Place. I think for people to discover you is to go to your website. Devon see Ford Dot Com and this way they can they can read all about you and and there's even a link to your blog on there as well so Does it sound like a place to start off anyway? Yeah absolutely You'll get an automatic proper on people hate them but up sign up to the newsletter announced spam people but I do a decent colada because send out new releases Island coiffier releases recently am websites in the prices. Being dated Moi Coulson new blogs on their recently now the more time stuck inside a social media. People are on facebook twitter instagram. My facebook page name as a found group as well. That's where you get the most interaction and were on the found group. He's will say. Emc early release information. Tastic all right so facebook your website to wait. Are you on twitter as well? I tend to be so active on twitter am I don infant as interim be facebook. Okay that sounds great. Well it's been a pleasure talking to you. Devin see Ford. Ballistic Science fiction author and definitely catches works. And thank you again for being on the PODCAST. Thank you and thank you for listening to. Sifi talk as always. Is this Tony Tomato please? Everyone stay safe and definitely unfortunately like we all have to do. Stay inside take care. Hi Allan Rock and you're listening side by talk and I am and I ten Caucasian theater worker..
"devon" Discussed on Dog Save The People
"About how dogs make our lives better. My name is John Bartlett Bartlett in. I'm your host Devon up is the executive director at the Humane Society of Imperial County trying to save one one dog at a time and a rural California community along the US. Mexico border region being an economically disadvantaged area along the border region has met dealing with limited limited resources overcoming language and cultural barriers and managing the ever increasing number of strays and medical emergencies. Pets Devon Highest John. Thank you so much for joining us today. At dog saved people. Tell me a little bit about general your story about your own dogs. When I was seven seven years old? We got our first dog his Tyson and he was a rottweiler and I wanted a brother or sister for years and he definitely filled that space. Sure was my brother. We grew up together. There was pictures of me and him every year until I was maybe like fourteen or fifteen dollars I love it. That would be so great to you. See all the different mixtures of your growing up in him growing up and growing old and he was always there for me when I remember when I was sad because there was neighbor kids that would pick on the OS bullied ally like in elementary school. Middle School High School. I didn't have a lot of people turn to and I didn't have anybody to to really help me go through. I was going through so during a really dark time in my life when I reached out for help instead of a hand I gotta Pau Animals Love. You unconditionally. Love you for who you are the except you wholeheartedly wholeheartedly in. They don't judge people based on. You know physical appearances or anything like that. Yeah I knew. Tyson wasn't just like a pet or he was just something that was there in the housing and knew that he was a living sentient being in that he he felt he loved and he felt the same way that our family felt about him. Dan I understand and yes. I think that dogs animals in general but they see us for who we really are. I believe in they. They're certainly not impressed with us or looking at it sideways. Because we don't look a certain way and I think that that's a beautiful story and I wish that more kids could grow up with animals in in their homes because there is something very special that I think that we learn. I believe that did kind of help mold me kind of steered me in the direction. That wife has taken me. I just remember from very very very young age that I knew that I wanted to work with animals. I wanted to help animals and ultimately my goal was to be a veterinarian. Once they started working at the shelter I remember that very first day I was thinking nineteen years old and yeah I remember thinking to myself being the shelter helping animals in the way that it was helping them does what my mission was that I was put here to do from where I was is a Kennel attendant to becoming executive director at the age of Twenty Six. It's been a life altering experience and for the better. It helped me personally find out who I am and what I want in life what I want for the animals in my community of Slough. That's beautiful good for you. I mean that's an amazing thing and it's an amazing thing to know at such a young age because I think we typically we struggle for a long time to figure out what we're why we're here and what are passionate is and so much of our passions become very self involved in this is the ultimate and selflessness. I really applaud you. They say that dogs are man's best friend. There's a reason behind that and I believe that the majority of the people that have pets. I want to believe that. They love their pets and they want them to be like a part of the family but I think that there are people out there that you know financially or whatever life's struggles angles are for them. They can't do lavish things like some other people can do. And we've got these animals coming into the shelter right now. It's that time of the year. It's very stressful on by staff and it's stressful on me being that we're a tiny little shelter very limited on space very limited on resources in on staff. I don't understand why there's so how many people like right before the holidays right before July. Right before Thanksgiving right before Christmas. We have this huge influx of owner surrenders and I was really young Enticing had gotten sick and I don't even remember what it was that he had gotten sick with but I remember. My Mom and dad did everything that they possibly could to save his life and we didn't have a lot of money growing up and so you know the fact that my parents went above and beyond to do they needed to due for Tyson to make him better to get him. Well I just I mean I think they instilled in me and made me realize you know that is what I want. Mike community eighty to realize that their pets are family in the needed to be loved and respected treated as such. That's great so rescuing can be a really tough business. And and what are some of the more positive stories that you've experienced with the dogs that you've had under your care. I was talking to a friend and she was telling me that you know if you look at the vets before like whenever you would go into the vet. There was nobody sitting in the lobby. You can walk in and see right away. You're in and out within a few minutes. She said. Now you go. You cannot just walk in. You have to have an appointment issues so you know the picture that you're trying to paint for the community you and your staff and your volunteers organization organization as a whole has reached people in people. They've heard you know the message that were trying to portray in that you know. People are caring for their pets heads more than there are people who aren't and that meant a lot to me because that was like the Little Bit of light at the end of the tunnel right there were you were drowning in animals and it kind of put things in perspective for me. Yeah I had gone through a a major personal struggle. I had thought about leaving the shelter and at that time they had these three little dogs and it was fostering these three little I call them. My golden girls there was there was the the three give them they came in. Somebody turned the men. They couldn't take care of them. They were really really bad shape senior dogs and our shelter not really set up for senior pets so I took them home in. I fostered them every morning. When I'd wake up by I'd go downstairs and I'd go to let them outside to go potty and I just remember how happy they they were to see me and it just every day they were the reason why I never left wonderful so with your work in the shelter? Is there any story that stands out to you any particular freedom ride or a person who adopted a dog where that dog really changed their life just the other day I was laying in bed. It was about ten thirty at night and received a message on facebook from someone had just adopted from us a few days prior. They had a dog for several years in the dog walk. Past in their family was very upset about the dogs passing. She had never seen her husband cry until the dog passed in knew her husband had been in this sort of depression for several several months because of the dogs passing. That dog was like a child to them and they decided that one they were ready to open their hearts in their homes to another animal. They came Adopted a puppy from us and you know in her message. She was just expressing her gratitude that she was very thankful that her husband and her children were smiling and they were happy and she was happy she was thankful that our our staff was able to help her and her family not replace the pet that passed but to allow their hearts to To grow in into I guess extend that love to another animal and be able to help an animal and I sit in. It's things like this stories like this. It's moments it's like this. That helped me my staff and my volunteers in other shelter workers rescue people out there understand that amongst all of the the craziness that that goes on everyday in all the bad things that we see we hear happy endings. Actually heavily outweigh the negative while. That's beautiful how do you think dogs rescue us like we rescued them our pets or dogs. They do a very good job at pulling us out of you know some of the darkest places in making us I realize that everything is going to be okay and animals are like nature's natural antidepressant. Now that I think about it. pastic so Devon. Where do we find more information about yourself and about the humane society of Imperial County can check out our facebook page just go to Humane Society of imperial? Oh County we post quite a bit and they can also check out our website it's www dot imperial county humane dot org. We are on instagram and on twitter twitter as well mostly our our website and our facebook page are big two biggest platforms wonderful. I really applaud all this work. That you're doing both for your community and for the dogs and cats and all the animals in your world and I love hearing about the stories of the dogs in your or care as well as the ones in your home and just sounds like a wonderful menagerie of of characters. Well thank you so much and we will be in touch Devon. Thank you for your time. I'm today I really enjoyed hearing from Devon about his story and to hear the journey of how his involvement with dogs has changed involved over over time all the way to his current position. He's part of the glue of what makes a rescue work. People who are willing to keep their head down and keep pushing forward even when the going gets tough. Thank you for listening to this episode of Dogs. Save the people a podcast about how dogs make our lives better. This show's production production it as it should be a content studio. It's made with the support of our producer and editor Jack Summer Special. 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"devon" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Welcome everyone back at school greatest podcast. We've got Devon still in the house. Get your brother. Appreciate you being here. You got a new book out called still in the game. Finding the face tackle life's biggest challenges and you've been through a few big challenges in the last eight years one. You're the captain at Penn State. This is crazy. You're the cabinet Penn State superstar there during the whole paternal your coach was going through madness. And I can only imagine what that would have been like I remember watching the doctor and the movie with what's the name. He's real series. And I was like this is crazy. And it was probably even more crazy being an athlete while you're trying to play and all this is happening. And you were the captain. So everyone's probably coming to you be like, what are we what it is? What do we do? Do. We like protest. We'd not play we play. I mean, what was that? Like, it was tough. I felt like not only were the players really relying on me. But the ho- Hokotehi and staff was just to be able to keep the team and just eat them Joe together in focus on football. It was tough. But is a responsibility. I had as a captain when I decided to step up and lead the team. When was that like, I mean because he he recruiting you. He did it was interested, right? Because at during this time Joe had just got injured. Right. I guess. Hip or something fractured his hip during practice, so he wasn't traveling in the lie during my senior year in high school. He actually made the trip to my high school was shut down. My school is like no teachers would teach. Nobody went to class, and he came to visit me to show me. How important it was for me to come to Penn State Nabet he did that it was like a no brainer. The legendary Joe Paterno can come to my high school in little Delaware. Then I definitely have to go to Penn State of busted, hip, exactly what does the little king three came any wash your practice, or he just came in just came and met with me, my family, and my coach inside the school office. And you were there for you. Didn't register you play right away pretty much. Well, I was supposed to play right away. But then I ended up tearing my ACL in training camp. So I had to redshirt my what was he like for those five years? Now, he was an amazing person to be honest. A lot of people thought that he was getting old, and he wasn't really a part of the program as much like calling the plays and stuff, but he was very heavily. Involved in. I that he had you know, as eighty euro was just impeccable to see the way that he was still able to maneuver he'd probably seen so much. Let me coach for how long fifty something years six years. I mean, you get so good at something talk about ten thousand hours ago, like five hundred thousand hours eggs, like he was probably just so he'd be seen every instance. But he he he'd even have to see how the beginning of a play unfolded by all you had to do with the NFC what you did wrong in the beginning. His football IQ was was ridiculous ridiculous event. He was a great coach for those four or five years for you for me because I think he bought a lot of structure to the program. Like, you hear a lot of close that says important to be a student athlete. Right. But he really embodied that right? He really put a lot of focus on making sure that his players were the best they can possibly be was chosen a graduation rate that we had at Penn State, but also teaching a certain values to I was to be better. Than than just football players now in the whole scandal came out about because it was the assistant coach was named..
"devon" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"devon" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"It it's going out in getting the would it's setting them up in a certain ways of the oxygen can still reach i mean it it it is a process it's it's a conscious act it doesn't happen accidentally and so everyone listening right now whatever that thing is in your life your job is to take it from small ember to raging inferno from seed to mature plant like that that's the job and so when you imagine what it would be like in its final form if it excites you give it everything you got love it all right after hearing devon talk about how he would print out the blog posts of people who were saying he's never gonna come back from injury put them up on the wall at the gym where he's working out i've i've fully now bought into the idea of having a chip on your shoulder as motivations so how do you find your chip man maybe maybe it's just me my chip finds me every day so i've got people that have told me that i wouldn't be able to do it i've had people look me in my eye and wish me ill verbally like not like i guess i've had people threaten the black male me at dude like on and on and on they go on the list and i've had people wishing me well but want to warn me that what i was trying was never gonna work i can't tell you how many.
"devon" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"All right devon talks about one thing is in his plate playbook is having fun and you didn't tight web too much in the interview but it sounds like there were some really great moments with his daughter when they were going through chemo together and he they were doing sort of like touchdown dances or something in the hospital yeah they they would just dance so they were dance in the car they would dance like anywhere in everywhere and he said that there was a cycle i don't remember that the timing of it but there is a cycle you do so many days on and then i if i remember i was twenty one days off and he said so at the end of every cycle we would celebrate like we just won the super bowl and he said you know and in fact yet and even more powerful story to go along with that where he'd been for the first month he just stayed in the hospital and then he took one night off and i remember why but he went to his wife's house i think and they were having a party irs wife's like brother selves or something they are having a party anyway and somebody said something funny and he laughed and then immediately caught himself and and said what are you doing like your daughter's in the hospital she's got cancer like there's nothing funny and he said well well well if i do that if i forces to be somber all the time and we don't find the beauty and we don't find moments of joy were never going to make it through this and so we've got to remember to have fun it's got to be a construct it's got to be something that we breathed into this daily existence and from that moment on he said they just focused on having a good time when ever they could always looking at the optimistic positive side of things and he said in in embodying that they were able to sick it stick it through and i just thought that that is so powerful and embodying positive things in body ing the emotions that you want in not only allowing yourself but demanding that you find the joy the beauty the playfulness the fun that's really really critical.
"devon" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Because of the way that we respond to just the emotion the emotion is allconsuming it can be blinding so that makes it confusing but really truly failure is so fucking simple and it's this it's an experiment you ran an experiment the experiment did not work awesome but that there that is so information rich win an experiment works it it is actually less information dense than when it doesn't work because of the host of questions that it has a knockon effect of asking which is okay didn't work but why didn't it work when it works even though people are often wrong about why it worked you don't ask yourself in a questions using what i did work so keep doing what i'm doing when it doesn't work and you can see it as a failed experiment then all of a sudden you if you're really rising above the emotion you you go down the path of trying to isolate why it didn't work so if you could remove out the emotion i actually think you're in a bad situation 'cause you won't have the impetus to act to avoid that pain but the emotion confusing so if you can learn how to leverage at emotion merely as a catalyst for action then take the failure and realize that its information rich and then explore that information then make it a part of your thinking and then run the next experiment if you're doing that over and over and over then you can do something extraordinary and what i liked about would devon was talking about is in practice you fail fail fell because and its importance and wire failing because you take yourself to the edge of your ability were you get into that gray area where you can do it sometimes a every time you're not quite sure you've gotten out of your zone and i try to live there like i'll even live there with my vocabulary where i'm like i think this is what the word means but i'm not worried about like if i fuck it up i'm just not worried about that and that not worrying about what other people think is such a profound gift because then it's like i look at people's reaction was that.
"devon" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Is unbelievable the singer i'm totally freaked out the wave that she goes like in her life she's had the emotional quivalent of devon sills physical injuries and the way that she conceptualize and comes back it's the same thing is in devon it's the same thing using in great entrepreneurs can you come back stronger in the places that broke do you learn from it if you do you're going to be fun that's awesome uh all right and the the way that he talks about how he came back was he had all these experts right these leading physicians doctors telling them like this is it sorry you're done thanks for playing you can go home now and he ignored that advice and he said i'm going to figure out a way to come back all right so devon still came back from all of these career ending injuries and part of the reason he was able to do that because he ignored the advice of experts these doctors who were treating hammond said sorry thanks for playing you're never going to be able to play football game and he just went against that advice so how do you know when to ignore the experts i think the answer is if they're telling you something that doesn't jive with what you want to be true the answer is always ohga the only reason it would ever make sense to believe them is if you could actually do more damage by continuing so i remember there's a story i think it was about leap priest whose the famous bodybuilder and he'd been diagnosed with a heart condition and they said like putting your heart under a lot of rascher like literal pressure which you under certain exercise he doing that in the build up a lot of internal pressure and they said doing that could cause you to have a massive heart.