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"great davis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The acquisition of his waterfront property a decade ago involved wealthy businessmen and campaign supporters, some of the bankers with an interest in legislation before the Senate who bought his old House for top dollar. Sold him four acres that costs and lent him 500 grand to build his new home. $500,000. He sold the house he bought in 1975 for top dollar to the vice chairman of M B and ES, who gave Biden 1.2 million for it. MBA is showed its gratitude to Biden supported a number of ways They've given over $200,000 to his various campaigns. And they hired Hunter Biden. What do you know? And they flew Joe and his wife to retreat in Maine. So he's been the mother Jones magazine called Biden the senator from MBA. That's Ah was that it's a bank, right? Yes, I think what it stands for. It's a bag cap. Well, you see, but he's a sleazy grifter guy. So that's where you got your politics for so we could get eye that's still going on, right and and and the modern day version of this is every politician has a nonprofit foundation, which is a slush fund. Money gushes in from campaign donors. Unlimited amounts could be donated. You spend, you know 2% of it on some good charity work and the rest of it. It's party time and it's fat salaries for everybody in your family and all your friends. Trump came to this is a billionaire. But Biden has been a politician is whole hack life. I think you explain this on Help people who want you to run. So they have access Find ways to filter you money to make up for your your public salary. Yeah, that's ah, well, because exactly what he is. People approached with Great Davis was. I think that's what Newsome is. I mentioned that's that's strange. New. Some real estate deal We talked about a couple of months ago mentioned this a few weeks ago. I know this firsthand. People approached me to go run for something. I'm not going to say what and who they are, and I said, You know, that's gonna be a big pay cut. And they said, Oh, don't worry. We'll set up a nonprofit and your wife and your kids will be ah, all the executive officers on the nonprofit and the oil gets six figure salaries, and that's how we'll make up the difference. Oh, we'll take Carrie, so I know that's what they do, because I got offered that deal. That's what they do. We would have been beholden to them. Oh, yeah. And then the donors would be called me up all day and night asking for this or that passed and signed. Gotta cut of this. Well, I would have hired you for the for the board to The boy, But you have been on my board. I could be one of those guys that has to just show up in one meeting once a month, that's right and get like $50,000. And then you spend the rest of your time in vague like a hunter. Biden on the worries, my boy So you could be my hunter. Biden give all the crack you want. We got a couple of clips of Trump taking on Leslie stall on 60 minutes. The debate will be on campfire after six. John and Ken Ko Phi Debra Marquez more President Obama and Joe Biden will be debating one last time that that is in about 45 minutes. And as you heard can just say you can hear the debate live on KO Phi Commercial Free Folk Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, has started a clinical trial of a covert 19 vaccine. A number of Americans filing unemployment claims has reached the lowest level since the start of the pandemic. The Labor Department's a 787,000 people applied for jobless benefits last week, Trouble on the 2 10 and we will check in with the chaos find the sky next. How'd you like to lose £30 in a month? Yes. Up to £80 in six months. That would be dramatic, huh? You'd look so good. You'd be getting complimented from friends family. You suddenly have new friends interested in you. Weight loss surgery. Dr Michael phase. Khun do that You could be 30 to £60 lighter by the holidays. And I've seen this up close. Our producer Ray Lopez got this surgery a couple of years ago. He has never felt and looked better, and he.
"great davis" Discussed on Pantheon
"Plateau. where she's very interesting. She grew up on. Long. Island. He's talks by Vassilis into his Welsh. Very funny. About Long Island. Very funny. But she grew up very early hip hop. She talked spotlight the treacherous for three and people like that. Really really old school hip hop and this album should use puff daddy on a bunch of others took about being the studio with ODBC as well. So she's embracing something, which is Pasta routes. I mean we look at her I think she's her Whitney Houston, the people who introduced to so stall of MoD over sewing that has become the debris go where senior on. Britain's got talent or whatever the TV talent show type of women, singers, which is very. Is Interesting listening to you because I reviewed that Bossa Fly Album for rolling stone and they said we would review the Mirage Harry album I remember. So I'll go half day because I just associated with we sort of slush Li- like hero and I wasn't really a big fan and I remember in. Just. You know this is really good. It's really different. It's very R&B and as you say these, she's got these guests on that and Yeah I love this thing to her in this interview issues really interesting I mean we're talking about the because she's just released this rarities compilations just published a book called the meaning of Mariah Carey which is a great. There was a false nineteenth bodily freeman and the God in a couple of days ago. So she's sort of you know she's she's back a little bit and lockdown and one of the sort of Great Davis, isn't she? She's one of the the sort of indisputable sort of big Big Star on Planet Pot and one of the great. Christmas singles. Very consciously. Knew nothing of Christmas goose only Freemen and she says, she wanted to make this. She's obsessed with. Christmas the cushy hod raw on the happy Christmas is is a kid. So you know dots a really important thing for her I mean I I have a version to. Christmas ruckle it's but it's a big lies the ultimate Meta Christmas records. So her saying that she's very keen to make it because it has all the sort of musical tropes of Christmas, light minor code, and all that stuff everything like that. It's it's very carefully worked out. So it's it's make sense that she is.
"great davis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You will smell the difference. And if you have someone at home, that's you know of risk. That has you know some of these underlying issues? There's no better dollars spent than doing this and it is totally totally affordable. Believe me, 1 800 for 97, 14 88 or German hero dot com. All right. We've been talking about the peaceful protests that have happened in Reno and Las Vegas. I know the left goes nuts. I know the Trump Derangement syndrome. People go nuts when I say that. That it was a peaceful protest, but I gave you the different definition. Of a peaceful protest. It's certainly the event that Trump had last night and Henderson and in Reno certainly were more peaceful than anything Black lives matter and chief have been doing. I mean, my God. Did you see any business burned down last night? Did you see any cops attack last night? Did you see any innocent bystanders? Have the hell beat out of me last night? Of course you didn't. Governor since election flipping out because there are Corona virus restrictions for the state of Nevada. He is the executive in chief here in the state of Nevada. Does Governor Sis elect have the right To say that this is reckless and selfish. Did the president put the state of Nevada at risk by having this event? Right now. Sister Lack is threatening to issue citations for the rallies and, in fact suspend or revoke The business, which is extreme manufacturing's a business license to me that's totalitarian when black lives matter, and Antifa didn't get any penalties when they were on Las Vegas Boulevard, looting and acting like damn fools just over a month ago. You remember that. Let's not pretend it didn't happen. It did. But again, this is what happens when you have a blue state governor versus a red state governor and CeCe elect has proven Proven for me personally. And for many of you to be reckless and selfish because the economy needs to get moving here in Las Vegas. I mean, my God restaurants can't even operates a full capacity. He's using covert 19 that there's just gonna be the spike in cases where no one knows the science doesn't show that though everybody say Well, let's rely on the science. Well, The science certainly doesn't show that I mean, think about this. Sturgis happened just a couple three weeks ago, and there wasn't this significant rise. Oh, there was a rise in some cases that's going to be normal. But are we supposed to sit locked away forever and never have any semblance of normalcy? Or is this just too soon for that? Normalcy is really my question to you. The phone lines are open once again, 7022575396. What are your thoughts on Governor Sista lacks reckless and selfish accusations towards the president. Were they, in fact reckless and selfish. Did the president put the state of Nevada the good people that attended these events? Did he put them at risk? Or is this just ridiculousness and people are grown adults making their own decisions? And we'll move their lives forward. Your opinion counts here. Let's get right back to our busy calls. Ronald, you're next. Welcome to the program. How you doing? Um, I don't understand how Americans grown Americans don't understand the power of a lost the power of the lawsuit. The power of the lawsuit is very, very powerful. Very powerful. And I see America's not exercise in the power of the lawsuit against history. This is what happened. Donald Trump President Trump in his brilliance has shown you he didn't want to say. That the emperor has no clothes. I've been saying this all along. Steve, you don't have to obey anything from him. This is not alone. This is a mandate. Show me whether show me the law that backs up to you have to wear a mask. You don't have to do anything He puts up with you. You can go. I keep telling you, I go into places all the time. I told you last touched me and our suits are going there. I'll get my stuff. You touch me and I want to see you. And you're not gonna have anything. I'm gonna shoot you. I'm going to see your kids and your kids, kids. Don't put your hands on. What is going to happen? If you go? Little babies Law? Nothing is gonna happen. They can. Well, sis Alexis Tilak is putting citations against people. He's threatening citations, and he's threatening the business license. I mean, we can't allow that to happen. Steve is called. It's called your Power and the federal district in in in Nevada. He can. He can threaten all what he'll be wrapped up in red tape. But so what you're saying So, what you're saying is that if Cecil Act in fact goes through With the citations. If governor sister lack, in fact, revokes the business license off extreme manufacturing, a lawsuit is inevitable. And I appreciate the call Ronald Look Donald Trump last night at the Event in Henderson told the owner of Extreme Manufacturing. Don't you worry were behind you. I'm not going to let anything happen to you. And I think that's important for Mr a horn. Mr. Ahern, I really do. Because I mean, this is his business. He opened up his business this to me. Seems to be by complete definition, the peaceful protests Now you could say it's a rally. Sure, whatever. But what I've been trying to point out is if the president and the Trump campaign is defined, defining this is a peaceful protest. If we look at the true definition It sure seemed like that in terms or versus what's been going on The black lives matter or Aunt Eva. Look, everybody knows. Basically, when you get together these air rallies, we get it. There's these with Ross Ross. But By pure definition off the term and by pure definition of what the left is saying is exempt. From Corona virus restrictions. I think it's brilliant that the Trump campaign is saying Well, these are peaceful protests as well. We came we basically discussed by pure definition a nonviolent resistance. There was no violence. It was a peaceful protest. We were expressing our disapproval of political and governmental policy issues. Therefore, these this is the definition. Do you think about that? I think it's brilliant. I think attorneys would have a field day with this personally. All right, let's go and get right back to business. Tony Europe next Welcome to the program. Hey, Steve. I don't know if you heard about just like going out to dinner couple weeks ago. Did you suits certain or absolutely, And he had the live music behind him. Yeah. I mean, what a hypocrite he's talking about, You know, trump, not following the guidelines or safety measures. He's out there having a ball and having three performers right next to him. And meanwhile you know, one of the live entertainers can perform and their suffering is the giant difficult. He needs to be voted out. I think Oh, there's no question I would love to see him re called Tony. I doubt that's gonna happen, because, well, I don't think that there's just enough strength in that right now could but it took a hell of a lot of muscle Teo to recall someone I remember living in California at the time when Great Davis was California, and I remember John and Ken, John and Ken Show my friends out in Los Angeles. Basically, we're very pivotal and helping that movement on DH. It did take some time. It did go to the ballot. Great. Davis was in fact, successfully re called. There was an election and the Terminator. Schwarzenegger won and became governor and he did pretty good in this first term. And then he became the liberal Republican that he's always been so You know, what do you do, but it is successful..
"great davis" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Dot com. Today. This is something California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station KEGAN. Next Inseventy News radio. Good morning, Bob Archer in for Chris Eden's Our Top Local story, a 10 03 A magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck near the Tacoma San Fernando area this morning, startling a lot of people awake around Southern California with dozens of aftershocks to follow. One man I spoke to said This was the first earthquake that he's ever felt kind of government. He's one of those who was woken up by it. Take away everything. And I could hear even the sound. What is that This is not from this woman lived through the Northridge quake and said she was just talking to her grandmother a couple of days ago about making sure their water bottles are filled up, she said. Oh, let's just wait until you know the last one is empty, and I'm like, Well, God forbid there's an earthquake and look, she's not waiting. Either. She is getting those water bottles filled. There have been at least two aftershocks above magnitude three. The Los Angeles Fire Department surveyed the city after the initial quake and reported no major damage or injuries in the northern Sanford. No valley, Margaret Carrero K. Annex, 10 70 news radio Governor Newsome says the state's working to clear a backlog of more than a 1,000,000 unemployment claims. But the state won't catch up until at least the end of September. He's putting together a strike team to address the problems with unemployment applications at the State Employment Development Department triggered by the pandemic. Former chief Michael Burning tells connects that the department has been trying its best CD's been aware of these computer fixes take a long time. The initially modernization project dates back to the Great Davis administration. On the other hand, in my experience when government really wants to do something, and there's a sense of immediacy, things can get done much more quickly. So money. California residents have complained to their state lawmakers about the issue that the assembly is scheduled a special hearing today to investigate the agency. A heat wave crashes in the southern California tails. Two minutes. It's 10 No. Five traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here's Tom Trans got a couple of problems over on the 10 Freeway one.
"great davis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"People that maybe sick. We don't want them going toe work, infecting other people having a big outbreak were now factory meat processing plant fill in the blank. Any business has to shut down bar restaurant. Even if they're doing or bars, restaurants doing even outdoor dining. If you know the chef comes in not feeling well are the sushi chef. This one? Whoever bus boys you wanted? Give them the protection so that you could be protected and customers could be in protective. That's why the workers cop is so foundational. And any economic recovery in this state. This is truly when we're all in it together. Employer employee consumers the public generally so these air critical In terms of protections for economic vibrancy, our economic recovery and for protecting essential workers, and so we're going to be aggressively engaged in an effort and building on But some legislation that has been introduced on building on some of the work already did on the executive orders, as relates the workers cop and basically even filling in those gaps. That were not provided by the federal government. We're also gonna be a little more strategic. We talked a lot about enforcement again. For me, enforcements not about being punitive. It's about compliance. Andi. I say that because I mean that This is not ready. Uh, fire aim, thready and fire. We want to support People coming into compliance and same time you've got to call out bad actors, people that simply dismissed Don't care for whatever reason. I just don't agree. Um, respect. People's differences of opinion. But when it comes to impacting your health and the health of our economy in the medium of long term terms, our ability to reopen by suppressing the transmission the virus we have to be a little bit more targeted, and so we're gonna be doing some more strategic. Enforcement of our labor laws, and we've gotta Siri's of very specific strategies that we will be putting out a waving some of the timelines. You know, Here's the great Really, Here's a mystery to me may not be for others, but you may not be his familiar with it either, And that is it could take six plus months to move an enforcement action. Six months in the midst of a pandemic. How many people can be exposed to this virus? How many people's lives could be quite literally put at risk. So we gotta constrain that timeline but again in the spirit of an open hand, not a closed fist, and that's foundational. And so all the business leaders out there. Trust me. I Here. You were not trying to target enforcement to just be punitive. But we are trying to deal with the time matter and place concerns we have around extinguishing this virus as quick as we can in the need to go after folks that Make some members in certain industries look bad when they may be the exception, certainly not the rule, but we've gotta gotta hold some of those spokes to a higher level of expectation. On DH cooperation and extent, accountability as well. One way we can improve accountability is focusing on striking our employer reporting of outbreaks. We're also working with the Legislature on this. It is an interesting fact. You don't have a requirement as an employer to connect to your local health officer. If you've had an outbreak in your business often that comes circuitous, Lee may take Some time. There's a delay and that hurts our efforts to go in and isolate quarantine. Trace those contacts on potentially help support expansion of testing. So we think that strike the name employ reporting is also very, very important in this environment as well. So those are the Broad strokes of what we are being, too. It will be doing to help support our central workers what we have done but building on what we have done or more target more focused. And certainly in the spirit of our times, spirit of collaboration with the Legislature. Um, and we look forward to updating you on the progress in all those areas very soon. Speaking of updating We do on Ah, consistent basis update you on the total case numbers as it relates to covert 19 we tested over 137,000 people. Yesterday. Close 138,000 people Yesterday when we conducted those tests, 9718 individuals tested positive for cocaine, 19. As I said While many look to the day to day we tend to look at some of these seven day, 14 day averages. That's why we pair the average seven day 9881 number with yesterday's report on case numbers. 9700 In 18. Let's get under the hood. On those numbers. Take a look at them. I don't mention we tested close 238,000 people yesterday. You see the average number of tests over the last seven days north of 124,000. We will, yes. Continue to work to get those testing number's up. I don't know many states that are testing as many people but that was my mom used to say, Don't compare yourself to others. So we've got a mark. Ah responsibility as the nation's largest state to do more, and I recognize our responsibility to do more testing. So does Dr Galley. That's why he announced on multiple occasions our efforts in that space, including by the way The encouraging news on testing as it relates the FDA finally moving on pulled testing and so will be pushing that very, very aggressively. Nowhere working collaboratively, Kaiser and Sutters. Of their systems have been incredible partners with our efforts. To date. We also have incredible leadership at U C S D, uh and notable leadership at Stanford and U C l A. I want to just make personal point to thank governor Great Davis, who's been real champions for some of the pulled testing efforts on and has had strong relationship that he's been able to coordinate. With and provide support of with the delay in particular, and so you're going to be hearing a lot more about pulled testing. It's something we've talked about. In the past. We finally got those approvals. From the Fed. Some are still pending. But we want to start moving quest as one of our national labs. They're gonna be doing most there pulled testing back East first. But that's not going to delay our efforts as we're going to pursue our own efforts here in the state of California, Doctor Galley will talk a lot more about that. I look forward to talking to you a lot more about that as well. So we're going to be more creative in this space and then We may have a bit of surprise related to new strategy next week related attesting that I'm also looking forward to making public a new partnership for a more innovation in this space. Little Preview on announcement next week, seven days Positivity rate.
"great davis" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"We want to now make this more abundantly clear of more publicly to move quickly now. To strengthen through this legislative partnership are paid sick. Leave a swell as our workers cop for at risk workers again. We won't open the economy quickly. People that are feeling sick. People that maybe sick. We don't want them going toe work, infecting other people having a big outbreak were now factory or meat processing plant fill in the blank. Business has to shut down bar restaurant even if they're doing or bars, restaurants, doing even outdoor dining. If you know the chef comes in, not feeling well or the sushi chef This one. Whoever bus boys you want to give them the protection so that you could be protected and customers could be protective. That's why the workers cop is so foundational. And any economic recovery in the state. This is truly when we're all in it together. Employer employee consumers the public generally so these air critical In terms of protections for economic vibrancy, our economic recovery and for protecting essential workers, and so we're going to be aggressively engaged in an effort and building on Some legislation that has been introduced on building on some of the work already did on the executive orders, as relates the worker's comp and basically even filling in those gaps. That were not provided by the federal government. We're also going to be a little more strategic. We talked a lot about enforcement again. For me, enforcements not about being punitive. It's about compliance. Andi. I say that because I mean that This is not ready. Uh, fire aim, thready and fire. We want to support People coming into compliance and same time you've got to call out that actors, people that simply dismissed don't care for whatever reason. I just don't agree. Um, respect. People's differences of opinion. But when it comes to impacting your health and the health of our economy in the medium of long term terms, our ability to reopen by suppressing transmission the virus we have to be a little bit more targeted, and so we're gonna be doing some more strategic. Enforcement of our labor laws, and we've gotta Siri's of very specific strategies that we will be putting out waving some of the timelines. You know, Here's the great Really, Here's a mystery to me may not be for others, but you may not be as familiar with it either, And that is it could take six plus months to move an enforcement action. Six months in the midst of a pandemic. How many people can be exposed to this virus? How many people's lives could be quite literally put at risk. So we got to constrain that timeline, but again in the spirit of an open hand, not a closed fist and that's foundation on so all the business leaders out there. Trust me, I Here. You were not trying to target enforcement to just be punitive. But we are trying to deal with the time manner and place concerns we have around extinguishing this virus is quick as we can in the need. Uh, to go after folks that make some members in certain industries look bad when they may be the exception, certainly not the rule, but we've gotta gotta hold some of those folks to a high level of expectation. On DH cooperation and extent, accountability as well. One way we can improve accountability is focusing on striking our employer reporting of outbreaks. We're also working with the Legislature on this. It is an interesting fact. You don't have a requirement as an employer to, uh, connect to your local health officer. If you've had an outbreak in your business often that comes circuitous, Lee may take Some time. There's a delay and that hurts our efforts to go in and isolate quarantine. Trace those contacts on potentially help support expansion of testing. So we think that strike the name employ reporting is also very, very important in this environment as well. So those are the Broad strokes of what we are being, too. It will be doing to help support our essential workers what we have done but building on what we have done or more targeted, more focused. And certainly in the spirit of our times, spirit of collaboration with the Legislature. Um, and we look forward to updating you on the progress in all those areas very soon. Speaking of updating We do on Ah, consistent basis update you on the total case numbers. A zit relates to covert 19 We tested over 137,000 people. Yesterday. Close 138,000 people Yesterday when we conducted those tests, 9718 individuals tested positive for cocaine, 19. As I said While many look to the day today we tend to look at some of these seven day, 14 day averages. That's why we pair the average seven day 9881 number with yesterday's report on case numbers. 9700 In 18. Let's get under the hood. On those numbers. Take a look at them. I don't mention we tested close. 238,000 people yesterday. You see the average number of tests over the last seven days. Uh, north of 124,000. We will, Yes. Continue to work to get those testing number's up. I don't know many states that are testing as many people but that was my mom used to say, Don't compare yourself to others. So if we've got a mark Ah responsibility as the nation's largest state to do more, and I recognize our responsibility to do more testing. So does Dr Galley. That's why he announced, uh, on multiple occasions our efforts in that space, including by the way The encouraging news on testing as it relates the FDA finally moving on pulled testing and so will be pushing that very, very aggressively. Nowhere working collaboratively, Kaiser and Sutters. Care systems have been incredible partners with our efforts. To date. We also have incredible leadership at U C S D, uh and notable leadership at Stanford and U C l A. I want to just make personal point to thank governor Great Davis, who's been real champions for some of the pulled testing efforts, uh, and has had strong relationship that he's been able to coordinate. With and provide support of with delay in particular, and so you're gonna be hearing a lot more about pulled testing. Uh, it's something we talked about. In the past. We finally got those approvals. From the feds. Some are still pending. But we want to start moving quest as one of our national labs. They're gonna be doing most. They're pulled testing back East first. But that's not going to delay our efforts as we're going to pursue our own efforts here in the state of California, Doctor Galley will talk a lot more about that. I look forward to talking to you a lot more about that as well. So we're going to be more creative in this space and then We may have a bit of surprise related to new strategy next week related attesting that I'm also looking forward to making public a new partnership for a more innovation in this space. Little Preview on announcement next week,.
"great davis" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Hundred boxers dot com. How's the sauce? Oh Gosh you're drug affected but what I would Nass Mike Do. Oh shoot eating some thirty so probably hoping not the best thing for me but is so good. You know what I mean Here at work at pull up I got I mean I think that's Great Davis if Espinosa's rights he ain't lying you know he's a sneaky due to But thirty thousand. That's a lot of fans and men like Davis he's definitely going to be A next The next Big Star my opinion I WANNA see him showcases. Boxing skills like like his coach was saying this morning can have opportunity to do that and last night. I don't ever think I gave my official prediction for the Harrison Charles ongoing with Harrison. I find a Pickus Harrison Mike but You've heard that boy from Bama he said Cox strong young boy it is what it is In day I think is my unguarded episode if Ness has the Tom so And I'm MM free. You know what I mean. I'm just here alone at work today. Mona my old man's rent houses so If you WANNA do that next we can stay tuned. Oz do she has to do is A A little seventy five dollars and then the the fight is officially on. Everybody wants to see it. He's a first due to knock somebody out cold and I WANNA feel that power go run from that and you know I want my. I WANNA chess my chin to John. Lewis Granite. Let's see what sells I do. See Guy Mouth. Pat beantown. Pat.
"great davis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Starbucks will make you happy and feel better, not feel as depressed. So then not only that happening. But guess what Facebook's doing Facebook? It's creating its own currency, actually sorry. Crypto. I say that loosely they created their own crypto currency and see I'm a guy that's already been drinking crypto Kool-Aid for a long time. I got this bit of bitcoin somewhere stash because you're supposed to hang onto that deer like is one day shoot up like rich I mean, I paid for a bed, I need a new bed. And when bitcoin shot up till like twelve thousand dollars, I had a little bit of bitcoin wound up being worth about three grant. So I immediately got out of my wallet and turn it into went about a bed with it paid cash. See, here's the thing. So Facebook is creating their own crypto currency. And what we know about it is called the libra, which is kind of creepy, they're calling it libra the scales. All right. Which is kind of, like, I think about LeBron. I think about the scales anything about one of the horsemen of the apocalypse that carries the scales. I think about then they're saying, okay, this is going to be stable, coin backed by a basket of assets. And then they're like, twenty eight confirmed validates for this, and they say the cost to be valid, eaters, like ten million dollars and is a foundation Switzerland and Facebook stated that a main focus has helped precipitate payments across the developing world. That's what they want to do it. But see Facebook you may think that this is very important. You learn this, because I know a lot of people probably don't have any interest in crypto currencies. Maybe somebody who's already dragged crypto Kool-Aid like knee, but. They're not trying to compete with bitcoin here. Okay. They're trying to create a stable medium of exchange so that you can use it to make payments across networks across borders and get this, they're doing this, so that I have a feeling of doing this, so that they'll be able to monitor your transactions, and they'll be running to, you know, several other banks and the IRS another. I mean, look, yeah. Okay. They're going to be able to, you know pay money to chat, if who's gonna be doing business with we chat. I don't know Ben moped Powell. Course pay pal. And but really, you know, really sucks about that, as you think about people like Alex Jones, he's not gonna be able to use this, because you've been bad. He can't use pay pally can't use libra. He can't use any of this stuff. So what we're doing. Here is. You look at who some of the valid eaters are for this, this wonderful new crypto currency, EBay, visa, Uber, pay pal. And they're doing this for one reason. What do you think that reason is? Data on u k your stupid. If you get any of this stuff. I mean. It will be spun as banking the banked, it'll be spun is, hey, this is a revolutionary way to pay, and we're connecting the world and don't be fooled. We're moving away from the murky world, crypto currency and how it's volatile. And maybe just maybe, you know, maybe just maybe they'll have once again the collecting the creation or at least the control of not only finances, but the narrative, and everything is going to be like new oil for them. No doubt that they'll be plenty of assertions over privacy protection and decentralized, hand waving and all this crap. But this is all about Facebook, enriching its reservoirs of data knowing who you are for real, what you're buying for real, what you're paying for, for real, and how much money you have in your Bank account for real. I'm on this is why libra is not going to compete with bitcoin, but it rather validates the underlying blockchain technology more than ever, because that's grow the blockchain and I was I was talking with Yvonne last night. About how the blockchain is the closest thing we have, you know. I it is the we're, we're getting closer to that having the thinking mind is habits own mind. Now. Okay. It's, it's almost like it's thinking for itself in the more, we put into it. The more we get to a singularity. Okay. So I mean that's the thing is Facebook is not competing with bitcoin. Eights moving the blockchain, further and bitcoin. Of course, is open borderless permission list. Censorship resistant, it's publicly verifiable. It's beautiful. Facebook, though, can't be this, because Facebook is a corporation. They have to exist within jurisdictions and comply with every rule ever devised when the legacy financial system, including betting every participant. And unlike bitcoin blockchain Facebook cannot be neutral, in regard to who is using the system. They have to select to use the system you use the system, I promise you, they'll know every transaction you're doing don't know how much money you make every year every month. I mean people fall for this, then we're through. And just saying that. Well, we'll global companies revalidate that doesn't do anything decentralized system. I mean, we all know that the values they have are, are known and fully leaned onto it here to the pressures that exist from global financial systems. Yeah. The Federal Reserve will step in and say all you guys are going to answer to us, now, because Facebook decided to kiss our ass. And they're doing this, and people are like falling for it. I remember these roll it out. I thought there's a catch here. Banks are being squeezed between two hugely carpal forces and remember Facebook has built, this global phenomenon through reinventing, what we've come to understand as a user experience, and what they're doing with the interfaces what they're doing with money now in that arena, the banks may fail and Facebook may be your Bank. Gazelle have access you imagine giving that much power to little Zach? Zach is gonna care care. So I mean, we got a real this thing in baby. We really do. We've got a real this thing in. To Mark in California. Hi, mark. Young ground zero. Hey, good to be on on the program. First time. Caller longtime listener. Thank you. I totally agree with you. I compare you know, my brain kind of works this way. I compare my life experiences with the way things are going and. You know how you're going, and your, your gut feeling usually. Right. Back win. Great Davis was screwing with the electric company, and they went they went and they were able to change the rate of the electricity and they made it like three hundred or three thousand percent. And then the next minute they change into minus three thousand zero. They were doing the point was, if they are bills would have been like, you know, eight hundred nine hundred dollars a month for the average Bill. They were doing they were they were testing. They were starting to take the, the norm and we can change this. We can start skirling with this, and make more money or. Change the way we do business. And, and it's been for a long time ever since I guess, in my little brain. Around two thousand eight one we had that crash in state was praising all the food sturdy, getting smaller, and the prices started going up all that kind of stuff all kind of wraps around the whole American freer price frame of mind, they figure. They were making at one point in time, but make it smaller cheaper. You know, they're getting away with something and they can charge a little bit more. You know, and then re. Reintroduce what they were making before and called super burger went went, what really hits be what really gets me here is that, you know, for the longest time, you know, you hear you, well, at least when I was a kid, I was always hearing about a super beast system that would be in place when I get older. Be a SuperBeets system supercomputer in Switzerland. My dad used to tell me it's called the beast supercomputer in Switzerland. It will control money information, medical all that my father used to tell me come on. He says, yeah, it's the beast, it six six six that is a system, you need to be afraid of well Facebook he'd look what they're doing with the crypto currency look what they're doing with. We're here to give you whatever you need. If you're in a bad mood, we'll give you whatever you need a free offers will will will put you the direction something you can buy. I mean this is like this is like some. I mean, imagine how advanced the system will be in ten to fifteen years with going to be like the go-to are already. Not able to turn on her own lights or or, or turn on our own appliances without calling out to, you know, Alexa to it. So I mean not only recalling onto Alexa, do our bidding for us. We're going to have Facebook beat a Bank and they're going to be our psychiatrists are medical advice. And all of our friends are going to be there to and all our enemies going to be there to make us feel bad. We buy more things. I know you're probably about the same age as I am. I've been in radio for about twenty five.
"great davis" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Dave is good. I heard a bunch of voices around this corner. Yeah, they all hold. I guess. I don't know the smell of you yet. David, like they run from me why freight? I'm going to tell them what they in the game. I mean, Davis was the best. I mean, you have you messed up on a Sunday afternoon. He woke up to you in the locker room. You go into the shower and stop you. Y'all know Bobby Hamilton right for the patriots. He the bone by one time about the Houston, say. They were running into see. They were running to deceive. He knew football. He knew football, Brooklyn, right there loud. Great Davis. Questions who's the best offense of lime in that phase? Randall McDaniel Larry Allen, but in the other order, is Larry Al and rental McDaniel does if I had a choice, I'd wanna see random before I saw Larry. What? What made what makes a great offense of lime in what is because it's such an obscure thing dealing hands in. In four friends because they're never gonna go by themselves. That's why they always impacts whenever you feel like cattle, they all together. I hate him. Okay. Right. You got one on Sunday afternoon, and then after Tony Gwynn got his face eating off my name warm drug of choice, marijuana guide in the middle right there standing up. Loud. I got what advice I have for young football players have fun in as fathers and mothers don't don't don't allow them to play into. They get to high school today, brains develop because you don't want this weekend warrior hitting your kid up side to hit three hundred times a year. Come on. Nobody gives a damn if his third and seventy, he don't recognize the double reverse gives a damn about that. Hall of fame every summer, Jim Brown, sit around and talk about pop Warner championships. I promise you. Dada here. They're right. The middle one loud and clear come over. Ready always say roundabout that son of a bitch. No, no, we it was nineteen ninety eight his first year I didn't turn the ankle of something. We go into Minnesota vividly because he had three catches a hundred eight yards. Two touchdowns the first three times he tested bits. No, no, they're coming out the field and I'm looking at Brooks say you might want to slow down on eighty four point base. He looked at what I say twenty one time four eighty four. He was the ultimate weapon because y'all knew this when he put that Cup, put that bitch, go get the touchdown defense a passenger fares or incomplete pass to those to those good things for an offense. So I mean, I'm playing with Kerry bullshit. You can't come to me in the middle of the game. What do I do. I say, motherfucker. He put his hand up. Nobody else wants to ball on. What do you do? I was taught not to do that. Get ready to. Asshole. I'll do right here..
"great davis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Uh uh grammywinning drummer victorians has joined a distinguished list of american musicians who moved to denmark because of its rich jazz culture they have an audience that stands that music which in america oh it's pretty difficult to find an audience like that you know the see what's good about here's that'd be the also teach students school in america they just don't have it in school and they just don't have it on tv so here i am gene six times grammywinning sacks of and his david son boom limits a lack of investment in a culture that america invented you have a different dynamic over here in europe europe in general the art sits funded by the government's which you don't get in america and even less so now so i think that there is a certain institutional respect for what this music means to the world a causwell it fosters know great davis jazz musician such is pianist needles lender cane he learned his craft among religions in new york the narrow successful jazz club in carbonate seniors care and in american general it's the stifflipped who experiment and develop new products because the pressure to be profitable is so high so line oriented.
"great davis" Discussed on WTVN
"Good yeah he he's he's a ham right now two guys really stood out to be that way i think my played their best gave that though he was one of the defence of front which we got a lot of them and same however i think sandpipers get better every week the right time there's so many guys that are good like taekwong lewis i was just looking at at the careers sack lists that he's up to like number eight in you'll never sugar guy and he's the reigning defensive lineman of the year that'd be and it's not that he's not playing great davis's there's so many guys that are good that's the beauty that rotation and the blue beauty of not wearing them down right you don't wanna wear them down in the first two weeks of october you want to make sure those guys are fresh and ready to go for that stretch rudder big ten championship game and whatever comes after that that's that's the beauty of that rotation is now they get in there get the our steps it when they need to get out and get arrest there's quality it follows rtz follows rent in the footsteps and then inside guys how 'bout draymond jones who is planes spectacularly well until we had that gash on his leg he's i think back he is back and of course michael hill whatever that suspension was he's back i i assume the michael hills in good shape i want to tell you he is a good football player this isn't just a body or just a a guy who kind of plugs a hole he he is someone is capable playing that interior position very very well doing lots of things at a high level and if he can return to that my goodness i know i mean that it's sickening elected be the other team goes looking what what guys are out this guys are coming back oh my grass won't was one guy that is out at least for the first half next week is going to be daenen are net because of the targeting call the correct chartering call in last week's game a bill you mentioned that after the award ejection you paid attention to jeffrey okuda the true fred added that was in the rotation iggy for the first significant about playing time we got a yelled up pretty well i.
"great davis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The lottery friction there was a lot of cargo in the port there won't be enabled to be the biblical have the federal clear so now great great davis more explain how that works and how that worked before and how is that going to help the supplies get to the people who need them well there was a lottery scripture mary based on the uh you have to have clearance from the federal government jobs i have to pay a certain amount of money to these ports where they come in uh you have to pay a pact or some kind of shipping pact in order to one load and you had to be united spaceships it can't be uh if you have to bring dumping from late day nicaragua berta you have to uh uh unloaded and put an american air cargo ship mv reloaded and then they take it to the puerto rican port uh that's a real big good granger to be able to do that but you gotta loading it quite clearly obeyed at cpac and we are how is communication now between the island and the us while it feel very or uh we have to go through proper puerto rican federal government of washington dc there were getting uh the way we get both of the way we get to because in order to land a plane in puerto rico you ever federal cleared from washington dc oh they can't accept the cargo a lot of it cargo spill sitting in out at puerto rico the airport an anger because they dug a clear so they would have to raise the the federal clear rainy airplane lay of puerto rico is applied loaded and distributor so there's still a lot of red tape the corner that has been able to occur and what about the what are you here about the the fact that they are seeking drivers they they don't have drivers who can actually get we're not sure what the reason is is the did they not have trucks to drive or they are taken care of their families mary we are planning.
"great davis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The wait was over for our own we had a chance to play football you know you talk to be built they were hungry deployed uh we we were were anxious to get out there uh but it was a blessing in disguise chairs two comeback jose and get a victory in front of affairs great davis winston it was a blessing in disguise for the buck in the years to miss their season opener and to be back home in front of their fans he threw for two hundred four yards and a touchdown the buccaneers stymied their former quarterback might glennon so this was this could have been qb news last hour to glenn and is now the starter with the chicago bears after taking the contract to leave tampa bay but he ends up with four turnovers and robert mclane returns one of his interceptions for a touchdown so the bucks nearly shut out the bears and dominated despite having a short we could practice because of the storm so big start for them a team that a lot of people are fingering as one that could have a breakout season right one more best from nfl sunday week too but it's actually not football so i hope you will forgive the aside one.
"great davis" Discussed on WGTK
"Temporary text releases they put tempering quotes now you to fourteen billion here cells tax role from seven point to fire percent to eight point two five percent all person no income tax rates when up by a quarter of a percent while vehicle license feet increased because right there the reason governors watchmaker with vote in the office in the reason his predecessor governor great davis was recalled was because great davis increased via court life missing face what it's worse maybe do near the end of his term increased vehicle license fees all the governor also proved attached increased on healthcare premiums for the record made some reforms to california government but he will be handing over eight giant economic and fiscal mess to the next governor talked about state pitch in fifth on his massive funding gaps state bun did have exploded according to moody's california state depth sort of rising bed is a looming threat taxpayers get california's personal corporate and kevin against catch rate already some of the highest in the nation close quote and here for slater is ragged on donald trump really what donald the ratings when you lose one on wow no you knew foodies again what's worse maker left his rating was twenty two percent that matches the rating of the predecessor great davis good recalled he was a massive mess sift disappointment and the governor i can not tell you how massive a disappointment he was discovered yeah but what what you've done judge or such if donald trump and you point blank about robbie wait we were not and unfit person.
"great davis" Discussed on KQED Public Radio
"This is on the ice that has been a thorn in this side of democrats for generation whether it's a miller a clean should be prosecuted then the governor great davis for now it's of ace media ousted i think if they can build negative by darryl fight for himself he doesn't come back and talk to people certainly isn't comeback and talk that on johnson although tough times for darryl ice that story on the next california reporter during key qb's morning additions will bring in a california report at eight fifty won it will be followed that nine by forum which in its first hour the talks with their panel of stamina stinkers about sexism and massage any in america and in the second today a look at proposition sixty three which would regulate the sale of gun mu notion ben magazines of more than ten rounds make gun theft a felony and create a process for newly convicted felon is to turn in their guns rachel my role is hosting form today it can hear that program from nine til eleven this morning here on take you edi we get a news update command pr now at seven nineteen harmon pr news in washington i'm day if mattingly north carolina's governors warning residents several rivers will be rising to record levels this week because of hurricane matthew just clark with member station w unc says about nine thousand people have been forced from their homes in greenville or matthew dumped more than a foot of rain all that water has trickled into strain and now it's coming down streaming urging any forever and at the line in the record converting on its hard and that cut life really intl it expected the black hole and if you wanna nor slider that record matthews blame for thirty signed dance from north carolina to florida the british pounder rebounded today following more recent losses the pound has been down sharply against the dollar since late june amid ongoing investor concerns about the uk vote to leave the european union and pr shrank langford reports from london you can't prime minister to reason they helped hope to currencies nosedive by agreeing to let parliament debate rex at the move comes after the pound plunge last week following his speech in which the prime minister suggested britain was headed for sharp split with eeuu unlike uk.
"great davis" Discussed on KQED Public Radio
"That i'm contemplating it but by the same token i can i just make a value maverick when it rains you know i i i can do it again knox is not alone tens of thousands of others across the southeast are also evaluating what to do next for an pr news i'm alexander all been in north charleston south carolina this morning addition from in pr news and in eighteen minutes past the hour of six o clock we've got the california report coming your way in just a few minutes about half an hour from now congressman darryl ice has been a solo earning the side of democrats for generation other insane ellard clint should be prosecuted coming out then governor great davis now it's of ace i think it's began to build negative by darryl fight for themselves doesn't come back and talk to people it certainly isn't come back and talk to that on johnson although tough times for darryl ice that story on the next california record during key qb's morning edition during the two year with six fifty one that and nine this morning on forum hosted by rachel my role a panel of feminist anchors talk about sexism and miss on canadian american the first hour and that it's an examination of proposition sixty three which would regulate the sale of gun mannion action tennis reform today that'll be from nine til eleven here on take you edi public radio we now get a news update command pr at six nineteen from n pr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the lone surviving.
"great davis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is not a great davis to this whole week it's it's just it's one of the things that are just be careful all drink a lot of water dumb cross anybody arm on this day in nineteen ninety five timothy mcvay in terry nichols or indicted for the bombing unlike a forty eight pleads guilty in a plea bargain for his testimony oklahoma city bombing it's one of those things this is one of the things that makes you believe it makes me believe but if it doesn't happen here doesn't happen that every year since for the surely at least the last decade on september eleventh when my questions as a broadcaster who skirt nationally as well as a nationally is what away do about that day because for new yorkers it's a crucial day everybody knows about it but for the rest of the country and the rest of the world not as much than i've actually had people who called him say ok it's time to move on in for a balance with you but they with the oklahoma city bombing most people if unless you live in oklahoma could not tell you what it is so it's one of those things if it doesn't happen to you it doesn't happen i just you know and and this is certainly something i have to do you higher four but people nineteen nineteen ninety did you know that i mean it's it's if not anything because if that they just level but defender in the form of call eight five five nine nine three seven five.