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"joshua davis" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on WTOP

"State Tony blinken says the U.S. is not changing its nuclear alert posture despite Vladimir Putin putting his country's nuclear forces on alert We've assessed president Putin's directive and his statements And at this time we see no reason to change our own alert levels The U.S. has delivered hundreds of stinger missiles to Ukraine this week President Biden took a moment during his State of the Union address last night to recognize a teenager from Virginia who are now hearing from Joshua Davis a 13 year old boy from midlothian Virginia was mentioned by name during President Biden's address He even got a birthday shout out Josh was here tonight but yesterday was his birthday Happy birthday buddy by the way Davis has type one diabetes in the president was recognizing him for his work in lobbying for the cost of insulin to be brought down I felt excited I also felt nervous It was just a mixture of emotions and it was all very cool Plus Davis says it drew a lot more attention to his cause Everyone else is talking about it so I definitely think we are getting closer Nick hi Nelly WTO P news New tonight a judge in Texas is blocking the state from investigating parents of a transgender teen over gender confirmation treatments but stop short of preventing the state from looking into other reports about kids getting similar care The district judge Amy Clark meachum temporary order tonight stops the investigation by the department of family and protective services into the parents of the 16 year old girl in Texas The parents suit over the investigation follows the Republican governor Greg Abbott's last order instructing license professionals and members of the public to report parents of minors who are getting gender affirming medical care to state authorities Straight ahead tonight on WTO Apple has been promising a low cost iPhone for a while When will we see it The IRS finally caught up with Louis I hadn't paid my taxes in 8 years I owe the IRS a lot of money Louis was in deep trouble We're going to take your house put a lean on your bank account garnish your pay They don't care They're going to take your paycheck Louis found out about optimum tax relief The leading tax resolution firm a plus.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on WTOP

"For residents This is an example of how we were able to use some of the federal funding through the home program to buy down the cost of housing and make it affordable That's prince George's county executive Angela also broke speaking in front of a new affordable housing complex for seniors in the middle of a larger development geared towards working class residents where we have teachers who've been able to afford housing here We have many other young professionals who are able to afford housing The development financed in part by the federal and county government is called town square at suitland federal center It's across the street from the Census Bureau and near an elementary school Also Brooks was joined by housing secretary Marcia fudge who earlier met with local leaders here to discuss ways of federal government could boost affordable housing projects like this one in the region In suitland Shayna still in WTO P news a young Virginia teen got a shout out from President Biden during the State of the Union address last night and today he is talking about it Virginia I made a 13 year old boy the handsome young man standing up there That young man Joshua Davis from middle of the Virginia President Biden recognized him for his work in lobbying for the cost of insulin to be brought down Which is a pretty big deal to go to that speech and I was the only kid there So it was very very nerve wracking Davis has type one diabetes as does his father Brian Davis He says the work his son is doing is bringing attention to a critical issue Insulin's one of those things that was created years and years ago and really shouldn't cost as much as it does Nick and Ellie WTO P news Up next in money news What is Apple up to now I'm Jeff claymore Make that three 23 This year the time is right to create happy memories and.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion Podcast

05:18 min | 6 months ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on School of Motion Podcast

"And then all of a sudden I have all these in between frames, right? There's just there's so much stuff that's not just being fed through your creative cloud app that it's exciting. If you can just change your mindset and be like, oh man, I could discover something, or I could subvert the way the tool is meant to be used in a completely different way. I always go back to, do you remember when Peter Jackson did the first Lord of the Rings? And there was that big arc fight. If you watch the behind the scenes there, there was this crazy super rudimentary like he basically had like VR goggles, but he was in the cave, right? They built the cave, and he was filming it. And it literally looked like it was held together by like bubble gum and duct tape. And it took however long that was. It felt like 15 to 20 years for that to be available for you in your home office at your desk to be able to do the same thing where you could literally put the goggles on aim your phone and that records everything you look at. The speed that stuff is going from like Mandalorian set to now it's something that you can literally utilize is so fast that it feels crazy like you said to not be paying attention to this stuff and just being like, how could I do my own bootleg version of that? How can I go get a Rococo suit and my iPhone and film a short, right? That stuff is totally available. And for some reason, in motion design, where we used to have this just like pioneering spirit of just try stuff, it's almost doesn't even happen anywhere. It's almost like, no, that's not motion design. That's the part that I'm so excited to talk to you more often is just to hear how this stuff is financed way down to us. I mean, we talked about some of the inspiration of places we're looking at today and who's inspiring. I mean, you look at territory and they're using real-time tools as well. I mean, they're not just baking into like, oh, traditional C four D to redshift. The traditional things. You have territory and you have G monc and you have Joshua Davis and all these individual artists and studios who are pushing real-time tools into the workflow. You know, they're using notch and touch designer to render graphics that would be deemed like, oh, wow to look at it. You'd be like, oh, that's probably after effects in two 4D and some plugins and all that. And then go through the BTS or to their user case studies, and they're just like, oh yeah, I was like, notch and touch designer and or this tool and unity and real, obviously they're trying to choose are still in there and no discounting all the awesome work that the teams at Adobe and maxon and ordained day out useful tools do. I think sometimes some of the bigger companies have rested on their laurels in terms of their innovation. And they've put things out that missed and some hit. And that's one thing you got to give the benefit of the doubt to the companies. It's hard to put products out..

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"joshua davis" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"With the fuck. Don't you get wasn't danny. Big named in crawford wasn't thirty and fucking poured a big fight. Like crawford wasn't even a welterweight when thurman importer for so he ain't day not chasing shit. They got losses because they fought the fucking best. That's what we begging crawford to do. What are you talking about. I know man. It's unfair to even suggest that thurman can't be considered still the top. I think thurman despite losing tobacco is still a viable fight for either spence or crawford and it's a fight. He could win. You know. I'm not saying i'd pick him. I'm not saying i'm not. I wouldn't i'm just seeing that everybody's energy changed on thurman and i get that it wasn't just the pac l. Fight i get that there. Was this kind of build up to jumping off the ship. But i'm not off that ship at all. He is a great fighter. He is still young enough that he can do things and despite the injuries he's that time has saved his body from taking punishment. What i'm saying so Yeah like to suggest that guys are desperate more because they got the loss of the fact bought the better competition like where would cross. What would crawford when it be a situation where he finally got the backed by the loss or a situation. Where can people continuously telling him. Fight people and it's not happening and he's missing luqueno. Daddy look danny's farm. Yeah daily for danny for everybody that needs to be fought when it comes to the top welterweight so even if he the bottom of the best. He's in the discussion stale. I know what i'm saying is you can't continue to be in a discussion. If you haven't at least fought a danny garcia. Yes you gotta fight somebody way to process. No that's why porter is constantly being thrown around. That's why porter was mentioned by top rank. So come on. Nobody's discounting with crawford's doing i'm just saying it. You wanna say wanna be considered among the best you know you gotta be in the mix. Oh you are so right and let me tell you to something that. Got twitter up in arms this week. I don't remember who originally posted it. But i mean max. A report retweeted it Candido re tweeted. I mean all these guys retweeted because it was a really really great question. The question was who has the better career shawn porter deontay wilder and i know that question has been kind of popped out there before. And it's like when you think about it wilders. Such the easy name to go to. It's like he's the heavyweight champ. He's made way more money. He's been in the situation but if you think about who porter spot for the amount of time that he's been at the top fighting these guys despite the fact that he's never really gotten that big win. I mean you could argue brunner but the despite the fact that he never got. He's been active in all those big win. Any sean is more complex than the onta- while he's a to tom. Welterweight champ in this fucking generation with all these great welts awaits. He's bigger debate in the fact that you're talking about a heavyweight that is accomplished each that chinese sia is more complex than luis ortiz. Ever will be sure absolutely but but but but we're talking about dante wall of the fighter with urine as good as your resume. Deontay say that resume with wins and losses correct so which value with wilder able to do what he did in that first fight despite the fact that he got a draw. It means something a little bit right. Because you go to sean porter and you give him credit for his losses because he was in there tight because a lot of people didn't think he was a good as spence. Whatever like whoever you want to point out there. He has those big wins but he also has losses where he raised his value in losing. That is a major accomplishment. That guy best exactly but fighting losing by fighting so then with the tough question then i agree with you but i think it's a tougher question It sounds like we're saying the same thing you sound like. Don't get our vr credits. Is sean for losses. So then how is he not more accomplished. he's he's more accomplish. All i'm saying is that to say to sit here in boxing where the heavyweights just mean. Something more it's like that's crazy. That a guy like shawn porter is could be considered to be better than a guy who's a heavyweight champion just a year ago. You know a little more than year. But you know what i'm saying. I just think that it's it's it's crazy. Because of how active he had been and how hard we can consider him better despite the losses to me. It's an accomplishment to me. It's it's it's a showcase of represented and he's a two-time is very is very easy. He's a two-time champion. you know. He be occurring champion for his bell. And then he fought for vacant title verses a a highly declaration fighter in danny and then he had a tight fight versus the to wait darling like i dunno. I think i think sean. Listen if sean was the heavyweight division sean for all the top heavyweights already. Wow wow the. Aj and fury. Fear is the only one who can say that he's missing one person. You know what i'm saying. You're absolutely right by the way for hill. Brook kill brooks most dangerous when he had the most momentum going into a of real quick. We got joshua davis on the super chat says honestly bob was right when he tried. It was when he said it wasn't marketable. Te'o trailer and the tickets dropped. One hundred and fifty percent trailer was definitely going to lose money. Yeah that's a dick. Joan crawford fans have oh god he's dick. Jones says to the name says crawford fans have mental. Illness salute nets coach. Says danny garcia fought the dogs at one. Forty-seven ready porter thurman spence. After moving up from forty seven probably the toughest three opponents welterweight exactly and yes. He lost to all three but he motherfucking forum. He got all he wasn't afraid to let it go. He kept trying and people think he beat the shawn. Fine people think he won sean fighting. He thinks one thurman fight so there you go you know and i always felt like people thought that there was a little closer a little more closer than i thought it was by ko king. I don't understand why you consistently do what you do know in the you ain't even member yoni ms supachai you looking for me to ban yo ass fugger. It's your wack body. I need you to call in which a and is this like a certified. Pbc hey how you going to say puerta. Hasn't fought the best no. He didn't say that well he said the best in bud like is is part of the one he don't wanna fight saying he don't wanna find. Puerto did bud personally tell. I don't wanna fight you right now. I'm trying to get this kalfa. So he saying dat because he hasn't fought Crawford he has a book the best yet. That's fucking nuts. That is absolutely burner accounts bro. It's like oh yes that's counts. Keeps out branka fucking live here. No one cares about him. Yes todd that's tied. I mean like dude off reporter million dollars man like come on. Come on every dow wake up. Somebody got a problem with bob. I'm trying to get dylan price on. I know you gotta fight coming up. Yo get my man on you. He just loves him chauncey. If he got tom saw- little spontaneous little spontaneous. Little drop a wrong with that and we do. Have the flagship show today. Join us thursday. Live today tonight.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on Zero to IPO

Zero to IPO

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on Zero to IPO

"Welcome back to another episode of Zeroed IPO and we have to awesome guesses. Good Morning Lisa Good Morning. And how are you today? The morning? Good Morning. Doing great can't complain. We're going to have a very lively conversation about a wide range of things that I think will be applicable to our audience. Let me, introduce our first guest today and Morocco who is a pioneering tech investor at floodgate, and among many accomplishments, has a PhD in math modeling from Stanford where she also teaches entrepreneurship, and I think it's going to have a lot of insight to share with all of us today about what it means to start and run a company particularly in difficult times. I. Certainly Hope so I've started adventure in two thousand one, and then again in two thousand eight, so I do have some memory and recollection of hard times. Our other guests is Lisa Globe term. Who is the founder and CEO of technical and we're GONNA. Learn a lot more about equitable today, but Lisa has a fascinating and varied career. Leading up to the founding of technical, you were the chief digital officer for the Department of Education. You've worked at a bunch of big companies. You've worked at government, which is the biggest company of them all? You were the chief digital officer at bt. Networks <hes>. You're also one of the senior management team for the launch of Hulu so when you started this company. You had a lot of experience navigating corporate environments, and so, why don't we just dive in and talk about how that experience informed the founding of equitable and why you did what you did? I've been fortunate enough over the course of my career to work on some pretty transformative technologies, so whether it was shockwave, which was the first time the web. <hes> whether it was helping with the launch of Hulu. It's been a hell of a journey in terms of making change, but it was really at the White House where I came to understand that we really could harness technology to solve what had been previously thought of as intractable problems right? I want to focus on making improvements right here on our home planet to solve the issues for the under served the underrepresented in the underestimate it, so that was kind of how it all came to be well. Let's get into the details of it. Tell us what testable is. How did it fit this this desire on your part, yeah? Equitable is really about using technology to make workplaces more equitable, and our mission is to create work culture that works for everyone and in order to do that. We've created this platform that that is independent third party and help people address issues of bias discrimination harassment in the workplace. But more generally kind of helps folks with in a personal conflict <hes> workplace misconduct, those kinds of things, so we do two things one is we provide a sounding board for employees where they can when they're feeling uncomfortable in the workplace <hes> and they can come and explore their options. Get Advice, and basically figure out what their next steps are in how to move forward, and then on the flip side. People are using the platform. We actually gather data that we anonymous and we aggregate, and we use that to identify systemic issues within organizations culture. We create a report for the management team with actionable recommendations so for us again. It's really important. Important that we work on both sides equation where we are empowering and supporting employees, but we are also helping companies identify issues and address them before they even escalates were trying to create this virtuous cycle again getting to the systemic issues. A lot of what you have done with tech quibble is create something that was needed, but that maybe people didn't know they needed, and certainly now they may not even know that the solution is out there for them. which I think will resonate for a lot of our audience members who are creating something to solve a problem that most people as you said at the beginning is intractable or people think that. If it was easy to do. Somebody would have done it right. I think that's it so for me. The thing that's been again really gratifying is that. We're just kind of talking to folks. People like you're the first vendor I have ever spoken with. That is solving a problem that I have today. I know exactly what this problem is, but I didn't know like. Where have you been all? My Life I didn't know a solution like this existed once. I've talked to somebody for five minutes. It's like Oh my God I totally. Totally, get it like this makes perfect sense to me, but I gotta get that five minutes because they don't even know that assertion might exist. That's actually one of my big questions for you all, which is what are some of the factors that go into when you're creating a new market? And how do you? How do you get people to even be aware of that situation?

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"joshua davis" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Avoid a motion activated heat center. He brought a homemade polyester shield which hid his heat signature from the camera. The genius laid the shield over the sensor and after he disabled the alarm on the balcony windows the crew made their way inside the Diamond Center. Once inside the dark building the crew covered the cameras with black a plastic bag so they could turn lights on when the lights were on. They use the Combo from the surveillance. Video and following a hunch. The King of keys searched a janitors closet to the right of the vault door and in a disastrous security mistake. They found the one of a kind key which was a foot long. That was supposed to be impossible to forge hidden in the closet so voted in their statements. Camera that they put on the ceiling is that every so during the day the GARS would leave the door of the vault open Because diamond dealers would come down continuously to come get diamonds or put diamonds away so they will leave it open and it was guarded at all times. Well what they noticed in the morning time before they open the vault is they would always go into this janitors closet before they open the vault and the King of keys had a hunch that they actually hit the key there and it turns out he was right. This is like the equivalent of putting your spare key under your doormat. Exact at least get one of those fake rocks people. We used to have one in a move that impressed even Belgium. Police detectives the Genius Custom made to Aluminum. Plates and using heavy double sided tape stuck both plates to the bolts on the vault door thus creating a magnetic field that would stay intact even if the door were opened so there was a magnetic field security barrier and when the door opened it broke that field so he created this ingenious plate system that like kind of move the field away from the door so they were to open it and it wouldn't sounding alarms next. Men turned off the antechamber lights before opening the bolt door because the light sensor inside the bolt at this point the only thing standing between them and the inside of the bolt was a metal great and the King of keys. Pick that lock in the dark God a hell of a crew. It's freaking crazy. Working from memory and under complete darkness the monster moved to the middle of the inside the vault lifting a ceiling panel he rigged the inbound and outbound wires and electric poles shot through these wires. If any centers to trip the circuit would sound the alarm. Once the wires were taking care of they put small styrofoam boxes over the heat sensors and covered the light sensors with dark tape but choosing not to take any risk. The men worked under complete darkness inside the vault only flicking flashlights. On for seconds at a time to position. A drill over locked boxes the King of keys. Hand crank drill to open the lock boxes one by one. They drilled open a box and emptied the contents into duffle bags resisting the urge to turn on the lights and check their loot by five thirty A. M. They had successfully opened and emptied one hundred and nine boxes. It was time to go on the way out. The men grabbed all the tapes from the security system so they could not be identified. They headed back the way they came to the office. Building next door climbed down into the garden. An accident through the front door of the old building. The men stopped the duffle bags into the back of the car. As nor Tobar too low drove away to his apartment. The men plan to meet him there on foot. Once at the apartment they raided their loot and celebrated pulling off the heist of the century. Or did they Sunday evening. No Tobar Tallow and speedy were on the way back to Italy and in the backseat of their car. They headed giant plastic bags. Stop to the brim with all the remaining evidence of the heist speedy was known for being nervous after job but he was full on panic. This time he demanded no Tobar Cello pullover and dispose. The bag immediately instead of waiting until they're farther away from Belgium and the Antwerp Diamond Center. Not Barlow pull off to what looked like secluded strip of forest and began looking for a place to burn the contents of the bag while he was doing. This speedy was in the throes of a panic attack and start throwing contents the bag into the forest. Receipts were strewn about small gems sunk into the mud cash from all over the world scattered and VHS FIM for the from the security cameras were hanging in. The branches like trees at Christmas with Pencil. No to Bartolome told speedy to get back in the car but it was dark and picking up the garbage would take hours. Not Bartolome made the decision to leave the trash thinking nobody would ever find it. Are you invested? I'm invested and I was already thinking. During the actual heist beatty is not pulling his own way. Thank God he hitched his sales to north to Bartolo. I can't say it. Thank God he had a friend that got him into this crew because speedy kind of sucked already but after hearing this part. I can't even stand speedy okay. So it's funny. You should mention that. This is like so. There was so many intricacies to the story. I chose to left leave a lot of amount for time purposes but no tobacco vouched for speedy so the other three guys. Where like I don't know about. This guy. Seems a little skittish and he's like no. He's good he's good will also speedy. Straw because they didn't get service and the ball was to run up the stairs every time they completed a step and to call Notre Bartolo. So I mean there's that but you're right speedy. I would have killed him in the forest and left him with the trash for sure and also he's a mouse wearing a SOMBRERO funk him. I just picture all men in them speedy Gonzales this whole time. Who said this brings us to August? Van Camp Well August. Fan Camp had a thing for weasels so much that he bought twelve acres of forest along the nineteen motorway in Belgium. Just so he could lead his weasels play in the forest changing chasing rabbits but what. He didn't realize what that was that his land would turn into a party spot for local teenagers. Time after time would find trash littered about his property and every time he would call the police but his plane complaints fell upon deaf ears so Monday morning after the Heist August van camp brought his weasels to his property and to his dismay he found a giant plastic bag full of trash and the trash was strewn about the trees including receipts for Security Systems purchased by none other than Leonardo not bartolomeo envelopes with the name diamond center on them bottles of Wine Anti Pasta Salad and a half eaten. Salami Sandwich littered the ground at the mention of Antwerp Diamond Center. The police were on the scene after collecting the trash and testing the half eaten. Salami Sandwich for Dan. A Leonardo Noto Bartolo was arrested as a criminal mastermind behind the Antwerp diamond heist. One of the greatest heist in history was foiled by fucking half eaten. Salami Sandwich and the lesson of this is you never eat Salami and a sandwich you eat it on a Sean Connery Board. And you fucking eat all of the Salami. The lesson is finish your meal. The lesson is you US. Oh never leave a salami behind so nor Tobar. Trello was sentenced to ten years in prison. Ten years that's it. Based on circumstantial evidence and he never never. Oh my God I love him. Gave the name the true names of his accomplices. I knew you were GONNA say that. I fucking love him. He should probably told on speedy though. That guy sucks well in the trash and I wasn't going to include this but since you brought it up in the trash included like business cards from the compasses so three of them. Speedy the genius the monster were caught. The three of them were sentenced to five years each. That's it I mean I say that's it but five years in prison I mean I couldn't do it thirty five days in my house and I'm going crazy five years in prison. I'd be you know my brains would be scrambled. But he never gave the fifth name of the accomplished. The King of keys is never been caught. He would have gotten out anyways okay. So here's the twist in the story. He also claims that he wasn't the mastermind between the behind the Antwerp Diamond Center. He says that he was approached by another dealer from inside the center and he was actually set up that it was an a multimillion dollar insurance fraud scheme that steeler approached him and said Hey. Want to rob the bolt but then when they actually went to rob the vault half of the diamonds were missing so the police say that it was a hundred million dollar heist but not. Bartolome says it was only twenty million dollar heist that the diamond dealers in on it had taken out their diamonds before. Oh my insurance. Yeah so who knows? But Joshua Davis from wired DOT COM did an interview. It was the only interview that no Tobar Cello allowed while he was in prison. The only one and he did an interview and speaking of that. That is one of my sources for this episode is a bucking. Van tastic article. I highly recommend that everybody read it. It's a article on wired and it is called the untold story of the world's biggest diamond heist by Joshua Davis and it was written in two thousand nine. You have to read it. It's fantastic. It's amazing one of a kind. Never been done before put it in. A blender blended drink it vomited chit on. It gave birth to it. It's amazing okay. Do all of those let me write it down so now. Here's the thing this is. How fucking bad ass? Not Barcelo is with Joshua. Davis went the prison where he was doing his time. He sat down and this is what no tobar too low started his interview with. I may be a thief and a liar. But I'm going to tell you a true story. And most of the gold gems the money. The diamonds that they stole from that ball have never been recovered and we will probably never know what truly happened. The real story if it was a setup if it was if he was the mastermind. I don't know but it is one of the most fascinating true crime cases. I have ever ever researched to heist of the century. Baby there is oh my God. I love that story. I Love Not Bartolo. Even though I can't say his name I hate speedy. Love the genius. Oh yeah and he was a genius and in Mount wired article. There's like it goes over the details of what everyone did. We're GONNA read it. Do you want to name your other? Sources wikipedia okay. WIKIPEDIA I. I didn't I'm sorry. Didn't even at the top but that's okay It was wikipedia Antwerp Diamond Heist page..

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"joshua davis" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

"Welcome to reports on the spiritual frontier. My name is Ben. Joshua Davis and we're continuing our series today in collaboration with the BCS center creativity compassionate in the corona virus. Examine in creative ways that faith communities can respond to our corona virus. Moment today we have with us. Rabbi Friedman of congregation Rodin Shalom. Who is one of our wonderful pioneers and innovators life cycle events? I I got into contact with him. I with my colleague Nicole at the center and as we'll see this wonderful post about this backyard wedding that he did I. So we're here to talk to him about how he's embodying. This work in Philadelphia. Welcome to the show Anky van. It's great to be here so I thought we would start with this story of this backyard wedding that you performed. How did this come about? Yes I had a couple that Wonderful wonderful young couple and I should say they're actually both in healthcare. She's a nurse practitioner and he is a Infectious Disease Specialists. So I think they were deleted because they were very aware of the concerns and very mindful of kind of you know quote unquote flattening the curve. And really just being thoughtful possible so they had you know I've been working with them for a year They had a big wedding planned for action. For last just this past weekend and They made the correct decision actually before the city or the State even officially ruled it. They kind of early on said we don't feel like this is the.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Host Joshua Davis and we are happy to have you with us today alongside me as always of my great friend Mr al Conexant al how you doing today you know what I'm doing fantastic loving these opportunities receipt was markets giving us some gifts it sure is I can't say I'm doing any better in that I'm just fantastic it's always great to be back online trading academy has been teaching people just like you for over twenty three years how to generate income utilized in the financial markets we have the stock market the options market the futures market and the forex market we do that at a local academy right here in Saint Petersburg now that could be for income during your working years or income and even managing your own retirement bucket so I'll we've been talking a lot about financial literacy or lack there of for many months now and we've been raising awareness to that we have a lot of people responding to that because people just don't know what to do with their finances what to do with their retirement accounts are four oh one K. is irate and looking to do better than what they've been getting because these markets we've had a huge as you know huge opportunity this last mean what we'll call last ten years but especially right now what do you see a note that that's happening right now because what you know the markets are really shrugging off a lot of this we'll call it bad news all that's happening in your we're having people come down my trading account with for more help how are you helping people generate income and really just upgraded their lifestyle utilizing these financial markets here wishing on a lot of other news that goes both ways negative and positive and we see the market reacting known Inc in a significant way both directions in the end that's okay that's just providing greater opportunities for us on a shorter term basis but the market does just kinda shrug these things off it always goes I think last week I I referenced a rubber band and how the markets like a rubber band you stretch it you let it go it goes back to its normal position condition that's what the market just to indeed seeks a normal valuation but what I want to talk a little bit about it because well I know we have a lot of new listeners Josh took a little bit more about but we call it TA online trading academy now is a good first of all let me just talk about what it is not it's not just an online only education source you know even though that is in our name online but we do have the bricks and mortars classrooms which is we we feel is very important and then also we don't just address one thing it's not just for people that want to be a day trader or anything specific we provide education for all of the assets and the in all trading and investing styles were you looking for short term income or for investing for long term well in this is what it is tea is the world's leading provider of education is for for people that are looking to gain the appropriate knowledge and then to build the skills to help manage risk and then trade competently is also really anybody that's looking to you know have a in rich lifestyle well that's exactly it it's that is the real goal we always ask people what they're why is it's not just to to make money and then having that money sitting in a pile in the corner so you can look at I know you got that pile in your house out well okay would not that everybody wants to do that I just like to jump in that pile of money once in awhile they rode up in the air but there's a reason why you know why do you want to to have this extra money may maybe you need it but maybe there are some things that you would like to do that would elevate your lifestyle and that's what we try to do we try to give you that opportunity to to be able to do that in in do you need to do it in the proper setting a year there's a there's a limit to the amount that you can actually learn I think can comprehend in just a lecture type setting so we understand that we understand is a lot easier just to not do anything and and hope things turn out well so we we kind of have the look at that and then in our education have a kind of incorporated that issue so we'd why called immersion education it's it's education in a classroom and interactive setting with somebody who is a successful full time trader and that's when you want to learn you want to be learning how to do things right if you're making mistakes why you made a mistake with somebody who can understand that and help you out we actually have our students to trading it as soon as possible so they can have that guidance with somebody who is a a professional and you know we know that like I you know that I am not known as Mister technology and I've heard that once in a while I'm willing to admit it over the air waves here but you know and is often times when I have like my one of my kids trying to hold me identify how do you something that from a technology standpoint and what they do is they just take it and they push a bunch of buttons and then hand like a controller back to me say did you get your stand that no yeah I have to get my hands on it and that's the same thing that's the way that you should learn how to trade and invest and that's really just like any other skill it will exactly nothing that you do you really learn the right way or completely until you are actually experiencing it and and that's the way it should be so what our students want to learn is is how to use a similar tools in the trading techniques that the pros on Wall Street using why is that important well because they're consistently profitable and they almost always have more wins and losses in the winds are bigger than their losses and those are things that that you really should want to strive for if you're going to be investing and trading if those people are doing it if the Wall Street pros are doing it in the the general public the the retail trader that's the general public is not on a consistent basis there has to be something different than they are doing well the tools and resources are essentially there for you to use you just need to understand how to use them you need to get the right education one of the things that Wall Street does the pros do that that I think is most retail traders don't is is and they know how to manage risk their skilled at doing that but not so much with you you are often their clients but think about it if you happen to be in the market in two thousand eight you know how did how do are they helping you control risk of potential losses they they really work they were doing it themselves they were protecting themselves they were making money but they weren't really helping you in that respect so why wouldn't want you want to do the same thing that they're doing if it's available and it is and it's really just about having an enriched lifestyle in you just have to think a little bit differently and be like a banker institution and not trade again so we just have to think differently and do different things to have different results you mention a couple things you have you talked about two directions the markets go up and they go down the also go side was as well so you can create a strategy for any market conditions so that we are not at the mercy of what the market is doing you just want to move and it's always going to move so you can do that for your short term income you know multiple sources of income we're gonna talk about that is well then second segment but you can also do that for a long term wealth and you know al you mention a cookie thing there you talked about the bricks and.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on WJR 760

"And it's it's such a the so much weight attached to it kind of and there's so many you know when you when you talk to a long night and you know the song means it just means a lot to a lot of people and so I think it's something that I wanted to make sure to handle the best way possible to handle gingerly to to play close attention and to to you know give give honor to set to honor the the past of its its its legacy into honor to honor it and not not change that's changing too much but it's changing enough that would maybe bring us the present make it more relevant for students right now and and to to give it a more intimate kind of feeling but is to stick with the that that she noticed all Jake that that sweet a kind of narrative of the song is just a you know this this reflection and years of school this is Joshua Davis music dot com for M. S. U. today I'm Russ white the sea wall and still well she all of saying all he but he speaks.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Treanor Joshua Davis is one of the few people who can hold and pet purple green after working closely with him for months he says breaking the bird out is a learning experience for everyone the adaptations that they have are amazing from a scientific standpoint how they deal with their environment this species is an endangered species so understanding what's happening there population helps us understand what's happening to the oceans in Brighton Suzanne saws bill WBZ Boston news radio five thirty eight times get a check on business brought to you by Brookline bank its banking well crafted intro days at Bloomberg good news for workers and fiat Chrysler many of them will see their pay go up the company has struck a labor agreement with the United auto workers that will be costlier for its then similar deals involving Ford and General Motors that's because it includes a concession that boosts pay for less senior and temporary factory workers and fiat Chrysler has a greater share of people in those categories then it's Detroit peers stocks got a call today from a Bloomberg report that despite recent comments from the president including that he's in no hurry to sign a US trying to trade deal the negotiators are close to one anyway Dow rose one hundred forty seven nasdaq up forty six and day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio this is tomorrow's technology today brought to you by Toyota he twenty Toyota Rav four hybrid not only gets exceptional mileage what was a two point five liter hybrid system mansion it's also the most powerful Rav four ever well.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide

Mandarin Slang Guide

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide

"Hello and welcome come to lender and slaying guide. MSG The Chinese learning podcast. That tastes great and probably isn't all that bad for you. I'm Joshua Davis and I've got a little little bit of a cold but I'm still bringing you the most delicious words that aren't in your textbook and the stories behind them It's been over a week since Chinese singles day. Double Eleven's Schwank Sri so to go over some of the words that we might use after Schwank. Sure ye I caught up again with abors high abors. Hi Josh and these post Schwank. Cherie words are seen acute yet. Formal normal address often used in customer service. I Li two highly recommend something and Chur tool. Meaning you have spent or wasted all all your money. So how do you use these bad boys. Let's listen to a conversation. Arlene Eagle Forum. Swollen was shrunk Sri Bushel Title Hall Yorkshire Tula Matiur Might Dollar to twenty four twenty four c one important boone twenty four harbor shirt. Who now if you didn't follow all that no worries will walk you through it? But I I had a little Shropshire e debriefing with abors. I am going to ask you a few questions about Schwab sherline. Okay I. This piece of information was surprising to to me. which generation spent the most in Schwank. Cherie was it Leo Ling Hall Ceiling Hall of next by Ness so the whole literally six zero homeys after so hilling hoe is after sixty that means born from nineteen in six hundred and nine hundred seventy so whereas in the states we talk about. Generations like millennials generation acts and China. It's all based on the decade. Your whole whole more than the sixties ceiling whole born in the seventies. I am a bottling hall. I was born in the eighties. Are you at home. Yeah Nice and then Ling being whole Okay so which rations spent the most Lillian Hall ceiling whole parlaying Ho Ho or Ling Ling Hall. This is a tricky one. I know I think as probably going to be telling I thought it would be juuling hole and Jolie Ho came in second and Oh yeah. There's always going to be held because most of them having start to work yet. They were the lowest they had the people who spent the most were battling whole. Yeah wow it's the millennials. It's like in the West. Everyone blames millennials. Baliles were born for my eighty one to ninety five or something so miley Holly Cole is the most analogous to millennials and it was us. We accounted for thirty two percent of the spending Jilting Ho accounted for twenty five percents. Maybe some of those stuff that falling how're by is for. You know Leoni senior home. Oh like they're buying stuff. Yeah by their parents that that is a clever consumer insight. That never occurred to me. All right Next question. It's I wanted to find data on what was the thing that was sold. The most what was is bought the most but I could only find data on which imported products sold the best. I guess they're still working through the data. Yeah what do you think was the number one imported type hype of product sold on Sri make-up's I thought so too. Yeah is it. Oh is it food it was very. Yeah there's the combined category of food and nutritional supplements Oh yeah other question. I thought was interesting. What do you think was the top spending province in Shropshire now remember? Some cities like Shanghai or Beijing are considered to be like on a provincial level. Yeah but considering that what do you think is the top spinning province. I think is the province with the largest population. Maybe or no which one that is. What is it it's not Shandong Shandong came in fifth? Oh then Cointreau yes don. I was so surprised by that. How do you should know? Oh that because they love shopping. That's something I want to dive into in future episodes G. is the cultural differences in different regions of China. I didn't know that Guangdong People Cantonese people had a reputation for shopping like that. Yeah okay well you live and you learn. Do you know any any surprising Effects set by now. Then we'll jump right into it now. Today's three slang words are seen shirt. We'll end unle- let's start from seeing what is teaming sing literally means close or deer and I think in the conversation station is short for Snyder. Which means Darling Darling or honey or it's there's the word commonly used between lovers or married Fokker boyfriends and girlfriends see neither rather seen meaning close by meaning love and the which makes it an adjective in a weird way so saying beloved my beloved David What had seen either Yeah but it doesn't always mean beloved right. Yeah as Kinda Cute Safeway for salesperson to address their customer customer but it will be a little bit awkward to call it other stranger darling or a so they kind of just kicked the first character. Yeah so when you're on customer service in any APPA basically any online purchasing situation they will almost always address you as teen your yeah But you can also use seem to talk to a friend right like a cutesy way to address a friend. Yeah you can. But it's not very normal You can use in a workplace. I Oh Yeah L. Your manager say out So seen addressing the person as has in a sort of a politely familiar way and saw. How Lama Thor? Meaning do how meaning good but when you put woulda on the end of a verb. oftentimes it indicates completion so so a hall means to finish doing to a hall Ma Making it a question so eighteen Halama deer. Have you finished. I can't translate that for an American work setting because we don't have that sort of intimate. Yeah you just this call each other names. Yeah Okay Teen Swill Hollomon. Yeah I remember hearing this a lot in my workplace Especially I had had a boss who use it a lot ever call you never me. It was always between females Dolphin K.. So she wasn't giving me the cold shoulder. I just wasn't female female enough to be addressed as good to know. Good thing I never tried it So you could think of it as a way to address someone in a slightly Lee cute Familiar way without breaking the formal atmosphere in an office or in a customer service situation Seem okay so that's team. The next one is true. To what are these two characters mean. Sure and tool chur tool let remains eat dirt. Eat Kurt but actually means is spend all your money and now you're broke so you can't even afford food. Go eat dirt. Oh Oh so. I can't afford food anymore. Yeah I have to Chur tool Okay how would you use that innocence. You could say well sure Tola Your Shirt Tula and again. y'All is a tricky one because it's often literally means want to but you clearly don't want to. I eat dirt. You're in a situation where you have no choice war. y'All sure Tula. I must eat dirt and low indicating completion of it is a fait accompli. It is already done. I am destined. I put myself in a situation. Where Y'all shirt Tula abors uh-huh schwank cherie whole knee auchere Tulahoma where else should hula really? No expensive the toothbrushes this year. Yeah all right. Churchill eat dirt or basically have spent all of your money all right. I'm Lee the third one unle- what is on Leeming. This confused me. Yeah only as Emilie have heard of the company Amway. Am W. A. Y.. Sort of the thing called the direct sales model of people selling to people. uh-huh so what does it mean in this context so day employees or ourselves person. Am I doing whatever whatever they can to try to sell you the products and they're like Kip nagging. You with their cells page but we use and the ESA verb in a good way though aiming highly recommend something to summon. Oh so it means to recommend something to someone as though you were working for Amway Yeah and you have that level of dedication to the sale and passion excellent. So how do you use it. I'm a little bit confused about how you would use this sentence You can use only to recommend anything basically like Whoa Yeah Anini epoch through War Y'all and leany Eban so y'all this this time it really is I want to? Yeah Ah and Lee me I want to Amway you. You've been through a book. Yeah E. Mini one but a measure word for books and shoot his book. So why Y'all unle even shoe. I want to Amway you a book. That's pretty good. I mean I highly recommend that spoke to you in America. Be unle- Wa.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide

Mandarin Slang Guide

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide

"Hello and welcome him to lender in slang guide. MSG The Chinese learning podcast. That tastes great. And probably isn't all that bad for you on your host Joshua Davis and it's my job to bring you the most delicious Chinese slang words and the culture behind them today. We'll talking about slang words that you can use or that. You might here in the office but even if you don't work in a Chinese company I can attest that you'll run into these words in your where everyday life too so today's three words are Joe Joe Lil or nine. Am to nine PM. Six days a week Xiaojie. It's year shall shall google a cutesy way to address someone you don't know and goons aqualung workaholic to get the inside scoop on these words. I talked with Sophie a producer at Himalayas the podcasting APPs that hosts. MSG for free and by the way can also host your podcast for free to Hi Sophie. Hi Josh Hi everyone. Sophie does a lot of coordination between Shanghai and San Francisco and then a minute. She's going to give us some thoughts on the different communication styles. But first let's let's jump into the conversation Hollow Xiaoxia need three Gene Mama among war shoot Not Time among La shouldn't then shoe was why we should. Why should consult call? Now if you didn't follow all that don't worry Sophian I will break it all down for you but first. Let's hear a little bit of my conversation with her about direct and indirect communication. Do you find that you have to communicate with your Chinese colleagues and with your American colleagues and in a different way well that survey to get crashing. Thank you I can feel like Chinese. People are more indirect. Madam and people are more direct act. So let's let's get an example for example if I want to ask you for help if I say Sophie High Need Your help translating this document oh If you're an American colleague how might you reply to that. Yeah choose is. I don't have time showing American environment. I will say A. Oh Sorry Josh. I don't have time right now. Okay that's it. It's very direct. You don't have time and so the sentence that you say is I don't have time y'all yeah like it. I understand that so now. If you're a Chinese colleague who doesn't have time to help me. How might you respond to that? Yeah so I was say. Oh sorry Josh I really want to help you you but right now I have my job Can I e Lehto. Maybe I have. I have time to help you. Hi It's Josh from the editing room. I wanted to give you a Chinese version of that sentence which is basically. I don't have time now. Maybe later was since I may sure. Diene Kannung among wikipedia. By the first part was in Thi- Matiur Zhen Walk is me since I is right now. May means don't don't or don't have and shirt gene is time so I right now don't have time was since I may sure. Okay okay the Second Sentence Conan Wadi Quran is maybe which is where the cultural differences. Come in so feel talk about that in a minute. So just couldn't on means maybe okay now. Why nedian is literally late? One bit or a little bit later and at the end Bah is is a particle that frames the whole sentence as a suggestion so in English. Maybe later in Chinese kannung widen so altogether gather. I don't have time right now. Maybe later is was she ends. I may shirts in Conan Wide Yamba. Okay back to the show but that also sounds very direct to me because if you do have time later you still just told them. Maybe I'll help you later right. Yeah I told you maybe but actually I feel like okay. I don't really want you tricked me. I don't want to be so ming the I just don't want to hurt you. Fading right so instead of saying no you say not right now maybe later and as an American what I heard was maybe sophie will help me later. But what you're saying thing. Is that the Chinese colleague. Might say this to mean. I can't help you and I'm hoping that you won't ask me again. Yes we can say this things in China maybe can lead to miss and standing. Because maybe someone like Josh will be waiting for me right but actually I'm not going to help you. I feel I can maybe might be could be when this is his words in USA. They feel like they really don't know what they won't do do that. In China I feel like they actually don't want to know they don't want how you use may be yes so sort of using vagueness to end end situation instead of using vagueness because they really don't know who are you ready to start sharing some of this great workplace slang can use Chinese Office orw Chinese colleagues all right. We have three words for you today. Here and the first word is JOE. Joe Joe Joe Lil. What is Joe? Joe Leo mean Josiah Leo is nine nine six three numbers nine nine six is means work from nine. AM closer as you walk at nine pm and you walk six day one week. That's too much work so fi but it's a very common an internet company. Especially in China China big city Beijing Shanghai Guangzhou Reverend. So could I say something like My job is nine nine. Six waterguns TMZ. Washer Georgia Leila. Yeah water is my Golden floor is work or job and ensure is Jolyon my job is nine nine six waterguns. Washer Giorgio Yeah Yeah how else can we use joyal Other than just sort of using it to describe Our our work. Yeah feel like Joe Joe Leo Shown Corporation Cow Shoals live is not healthy So so Sean Core Joel Showing Whore Sean. What is life or life style right So Joyo Sean War Boo jin-kang ah w-was no and Gen con his house. He yeah sell. Bhutia encounter should not healthy right. Nine six is not healthy. Well I could've told you that. Working Twelve twelve hours a day six days a week is not going to be very healthy and you know because his work like Komo one more day per week so the GATT sweet time salary on the Saturday really. Yeah so that's why. Joe Joe Leo actually means they allot McKay. I'm changing my mind. I actually really like this. Where can I get it? Joe The law. Now I feel like a you all very comfortable for your current job. You can have your podcast to talk a big game but if you asked me to work Joel I would not be. The animals are as US joe nine. Am to nine pm six days a week. It's a rough rough work schedule. Okay next one. I thought this WHO's really funny. When you brought this to me as a word that you could use at work I never thought about it that way but what is it salad jets? YEAH SALGA Guga. Yeah so he is. Older sister and Google is older brother. There's a little older sister. Shout seats more more little older brother Shell Google. Yeah what does this mean. Actually we will use this word while way are at work because if someone like a salads I you may be not sure she or he is older or like younger than you are. This is the first association a second is like this make like your relationship is liberty closer yet and we use this worse. The one we want to someone wants to do a favor. Could you help me your buttering them up right right. Yes you're being a little bit cute But it sounds like if it's gonNA butter them up that means it's like a compliment right does it. Does it make people feel good I I think feel like when they heard you call them shall jd. As if you're like I feel like I'm very young active. And Yeah Hi. It's Joshua editing room. It just occurred to me that Sophie and I never specifically said that Xiaoxia Tia shall is great for people who are on the same level level. Is You or below your level in your office. Don't use it to address your boss. It might be seen as taking your boss too lightly even if they're pretty laid back person and also because this is a slang word it might not be accepted in all offices so if you want to know if your office is casual enough for this word just listen for awhile and if we're here anyone else use it you're good to go okay. Back to the show them. So if you're going to use if you see a female co worker uh-huh and you don't know if they're older than you or younger than you and you need to ask.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on KTOK

"Dot com slash switch America and morning this product does contain nicotine and nicotine is an addictive chemical Oklahoma City police are investigating a fatal shooting I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay news center there was a fatal shooting overnight in northeast Oklahoma City police were called to the seventeen hundred block of north Jordan Avenue police master sergeant Gary knight tells news for a woman was shot and killed we do not know what led up to the shooting we don't know if there was an altercation before hand or what caused it a second shooting victim showed up and you Medical Center and that person was treated for a gunshot wound and released as of yet no arrests have been made there was a huge fire overnight in northwest Oklahoma City a vacant commercial building near north west tenth in western caught fire it burned heavily part of the ceiling actually collapsed into the center of the building damage is estimated at three hundred fifty thousand dollars and under kept secret leads to four arrests after an armed robbery crime spree in Bethany as we hear from Jim foresight police say brothers Charles Pruitt Christian Pruitt and Joshua Davis and their friend Isaiah Bernard have been arrested in connection with three armed robberies police say the first robbery was in mid June at a convenience store the second a few days later when one of the four kicked in the door of an apartment and rob the resident at knife point the day after that police say the spree continued the same convenience store they had the first time police say several people to live at the apartment complex identified the suspects from the news radio one thousand Katie okay whether studio called by hill and company your train comfort specialist it's hard to top the hill we have.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Text the word child two eight three three nine three to sponsor right now. Thank connected continues. With one six one FM talk. It could have been much worse at adore extended. Stay hotel overnight smoke alarms sounded at the state America on Miami boulevard. Joshua Davis tells ABC eleven he told guest to get out then saw the source coming from room. One sixteen a seat a role door closed with smoke coming out kick the door. Once I went in there seen the fire coming onto wall, so famous I'll put fire hit the boss the room sustained significant damage a nearby mechanical room, but nobody was hurt. Guests were allowed to return. Several hours later firefighters are still mopping pot spots from a huge fire at a recycling. Plant in western North, Carolina engines were called in from surrounding counties and South Carolina to help Rutherford county. Fire crews battle the flames at the American sink plant in more Spiro YIF TV is reporting. There were as many as dozen explosions inside nobody hurt but every. Everyone within a half mile radius had to evacuate out of concern for sulfuric acid gas. It's a family affair that. Certainly did not end. Well, Richard Stelling has more Winston Salem man is accused of shooting his brother to death. Police say thirty year old Philippi, Soto junior got into an argument with his younger brother twenty four year old Fernando Soto early Sunday morning and shot him the older brother drove the younger brother to the hospital where he died. Police vehicle that transported the victim to the hospital will stolen Philippi said, oh is currently charge possession of a firearm by felon. There's no word on exactly where the shooting took place. I'm Richard selling practice rounds for the Wells Fargo championship in Charlotte underway today without masters winner. Tiger Woods he did not commit to the tournament by the Friday deadline, but Rory mcilroy. Phil Mickelson and offending champ. Jason day will be playing at quail hollow golf club. I'm rob.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

"Welcome to reports in the spiritual frontier. My name is Ben Joshua Davis, bringing you stories from the people who live and work on the spiritual margins of our country. Our guest today is the founder and director of walking tall, which focuses on building relationships with those experiencing poverty in Wilmington, North Carolina. Welcome. Randy Evans to reports. Thank you so much. It's a pleasure to be here. It's a pleasure, having you tell us I where did the calling to start walking tall come from in your own life. I was the director of day center in Wilmington, North Carolina from around two thousand fifteen till two thousand seventeen with a new faith communities, the community that I was a part of and in day center, we offered lockers. We offered other resources that experience. I aned a lot of knowledge in access from those that we were attempting to, to help create space for and through that understanding in that experience. I realized that a lot of the resources in downtown Wilmington were in that area. It wasn't a bubble. Specifically organic other resources Brennan, the downtown area and so I ended up leaving the day center and launching walking doll. As a mobile outreach in necessity was only mobile because I didn't have a building. I didn't have a space. So I gained access through the years prior were ahead. Ability to go into the camps and into really meet people where they were also not just do that. But to welcome them into my space, also mean, my home, welcome them into my home and, and to be able to cultivate, those relationships even more. So I know that, that is a level of comfort with those who are on the margins that not everyone naturally has was that something you always had growing up without something that developed over time. I think that it's, it's a little both as a child. I remember a I was raised in the southern southern Baptist church in. There's a big emphasis on mission is really more. It can lead Georgia a transactional, understanding more than a transformational understanding in so I had some of that India's a child, but, but through several experiences, I think my comfort level became more and more as our friends in community became comfortable with me because we had to have an understanding that, that we were going, if we were going to be in this relationship and have this covenant than we, we head to each understand each other's mess, so it wasn't me. Necessarily just to put up with you. But I'm gonna have bad days, also, you have to put up with me, and I think the more that I spent time with. Our communities more comfortable became so you begin walking tall in what? And when was it that he began walking tall? It doesn't seventeen okay so not too terribly long ago. Tell us what does your typical week look like both for you. And I guess for you as an organization. The, the main, the main rhythms that we have is mills, we really believe in insurance with each other. It's basic society of life. But it's also a vehicle to eat and spend time with each other. And so we five mills a week in downtown Wilmington on the waterfront, that's really the main be Hickel that I used to meet new people that are coming to town end to be able to continue to grow the relationships that already have been more times than not just end up spending time with people, whether it be on the bench in front of the library down on the riverfront, wherever our friends are gathering, then or that time I figure out what their specific needs are. And I try to meet him in. So if someone needs to wash clothes someone needs a hot shower out bring him to my house. Hang out..

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"Meat" Means Only Animal Products, Say States

Business Wars Daily

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"Meat" Means Only Animal Products, Say States

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily and it's Tuesday. April sixteenth. Remember big dairies campaign against the use of the term milk by companies that produce nuts avacado 's anything that doesn't have breasts caused quite a stir in the beverage industry. Well, meat producers are following in the dairy industries big footsteps, four states have now made it illegal to misuse, the term, meet Missouri. Was I followed by Mississippi and South Dakota, the Montana legislature recently passed a similar Bill, which is awaiting that governor signature in those states. The legislation says you can now name food meat only if it comes from an animal, not a plant and most certainly not a cell culture. In addition, ten other state, legislatures are considering similar bans the campaign is a legislative attempt to stem, the tide of consumers choosing to go meatless. The industry site food. Dive reports that seventeen percent of Americans are now vegetarians and another sixty percent say they're reducing their meat consumption. A lot of these folks are switching to plant based alternatives and more recently moved into burgers and other meatless meat products created in laboratories to such alternative meat companies have gotten a lot of Presley, impossible foods and beyond burger are both growing meat substitutes. That are said to look taste and smell like beef. And that's pretty scary to ranchers and meatpackers perhaps the timing of the growing number of state bills is no surprise meet grown in Petri dishes is getting so big that Burger King just put impossible burgers from the company impossible foods on the menu. They called the new item and impossible Walker. When one of the world's biggest hamburger chain start serving non meat meat. Ranchers blanche, the veggie brand tofurkey along with others, including the American Civil Liberties union immediately challenged Missouri's labeling law when that state passed it last year a settlement in that case is expected by may first in Montana, the Republican who sponsored the legislation. There says it's only fair that Montana's know where their food is coming from it doesn't ban. So cultured products just says they can't use the term meet to describe them the ways in which the meat industry's responding can be confusing big companies like Tyson, the chicken producer invested impossible foods rival beyond meat. Think of this the same way big donors contribute to Republican and democratic candidates to make sure they benefit from the eventual winner, but smaller states in producers don't have this kind of clout. And so they are fighting instead meat production is a top industry and many smaller rural States, South Dakota. For instance is. The twelfth largest meat and poultry producer in the nation. Meaning a big swath of that population depends on animals for their livelihood as they gear up for a fight. Ranchers slaughterhouse owners and Packers are also looking beyond. The lab the Montana law is also fending off a growing competition of the six legged kind. It also says you can't call an insect ameet how we name our food may or may not have much to do with what we actually choose to eat. That's a dilemma that will play out over the coming months and years in our shopping carts and on our dinner tables. In the meantime, semantics will continue to play out in the courts in an increasingly hot question for all sides. From wondering this business wars daily. If you think we're the real thing. We'd appreciate you. Spreading the word sheer this episode on social media widget. Thanks, I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneurs heart, and it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to PO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today. People like VC's, Mark, Andrew Jackson, and Ben Horowitz. And Netflix is potty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick harassed co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcast.

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Friendlys Fire: Sudden Store Closings Spark Fury

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04:03 min | 3 years ago

Friendlys Fire: Sudden Store Closings Spark Fury

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business words daily on this Monday, April fifteenth, there are a whole lot of things happening today. It's tax day patriot's day and the one hundred and twenty second Boston marathon, even for non runners the marathon is an institution viewing it or watching the barrage of ads for footwear, athletic, clothing, and sports drinks can inspire even the most dedicated couch potato to go out for a jog. Well, maybe not the most dedicated couch potato for those of us who rather sit than sprint friendly's, the iconic east coast ice cream chain is offering a celebrate Tori marathon Sunday. So what makes it a marathon Sunday? Try twenty six point two ounces of ice cream. That's one ounce for every mile of the marathon, the six coupe red white and blue patriots Sunday costs almost ten dollars will only be offered today in friendlies Massachusetts stores. Offering marathon theme. Treat is counter intuitive and gives friendly's chance of standing out from the outdoor branding mania surrounding the race. But friendly's has been facing just about as many rivals as any top marathon runner from traditional competitors. Like restaurant chain Bob Evans to a multitude of healthier fast, casual restaurants as a result. What's going on in the friendly's boardroom is well anything but friendly in early April at about the same time that it announced its gigantic Sunday friendlies abruptly closed twenty three restaurants in New England and upstate New York, reportedly without warning employees. I the closure sparked controversy over whether the company had complied with federal law requiring sixty days notice of an eminent layoff friendly's owned by a private equity firm has been on a downward slide for years in the last decade is closed more than three hundred locations leaving it today with one hundred seventy four while every company has its own management. Uh-huh. Friendly's is also struggling with dynamics that are squeezing big food brands everywhere. It's an ice cream and burger place in an era when families are searching out healthier lighter foods, it's been in and out of chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. In the last several years. The company says the closures are intended to help the chain and its latest rebranding effort, but the term challenges friendly's faces could be the eighty year old chains. Heartbreak hill. Romm wondering this is business wars daily take a second away from that. I r s deadline and rate and review our show on your favorite podcast Appalachia. We promise it's a heck of a lot easier than those taxes. Thanks bunch. David brown. See you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneur heart, and it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about others, crushing it in zero to PO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful. Entrepreneurs to get where they are today. People like VC's, Mark Andriessen, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is potty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcast.

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Going Bananas: Chiquita Launches New Snapchat Filters

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04:09 min | 3 years ago

Going Bananas: Chiquita Launches New Snapchat Filters

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From one I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. It's friday. And that means it's time for dancing bananas. We like to think receives about business here, but we couldn't help but chuckle over the campaign Chiquita is rolling out to celebrate world banana day, which is next Wednesday April seventeenth the one hundred fifty year old banana producers been moving swiftly into the twenty first century embracing both Snapchat and augmented reality in its efforts to get teens and young adults to eat more of America's most popular fruit through the end of may the blue sticker on Chiquita's bananas. We'll be adorned with one of three Snapchat snap codes for you, Snapchat, novices out there that means if you have Snapchat on your phone, you can scan the sticker in one of three augmented reality scenarios will play out, according to the company one Lynn's will turn you into a dancing banana character on Snapchat. Another transforms your. Face into Chiquita banana and third game. Fide? Snapchat, lens invites you to catch falling bananas to score points. Sure. It's silly. But the campaign which will appear on two hundred million bananas underscores a couple of trends one is that marketings becoming more and more interactive. But more accompany can get you to engage with something. Instead of just looking at it, the more interest in loyalty, you might feel at least that's the idea and snap Chatters share their activities widely meaning campaigns like this have the potential to create huge ripple effects on social media tiny banana, stickers that turns out our huge business that you keep us nap chat campaign rivals Dole's current heroic effort dole began piggybacking off the captain marvel movie release in March stickers on millions of it's bananas depict comic book and real life heroes, including women farmers anti-hunger activists and more through the end of may like Chiquita the does. Promotion, which includes recipes inspired by comic book. Superheroes. Intended to get shoppers to spread the word through social media peo- back these playful promotional campaigns. And there's a lot of steak. Both companies are vying for the growing organic market, and though the sweet fruit is easy to sell. Neither rival wants to let their produce lose the spot of top banana. I'm wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton brand Emma Cortlandt is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by or non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. See next week. Business wars daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneur is hard, and it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to IPO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful. Entrepreneurs to get where they are today. People like VC's, Mark, Andrew Jackson, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is Patty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcasts.

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FDA, Activists Pressure Walgreens to Stop Cigarette Sales

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04:47 min | 3 years ago

FDA, Activists Pressure Walgreens to Stop Cigarette Sales

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Thursday, April eleven Walgreen cigarette. Sales could go away in a puff of smoke outgoing FDA. Chief Scott Gottlieb has been criticizing the country's biggest pharmacy chain for continuing to sell cigarettes. In February Gottlieb issued harsh criticism to Walgreens over its high volume of illegal sales of cigarettes to minors. Twenty two percent of its stores were found with sold cigarettes to teenagers in most states the legal age to buy tobacco is eighteen. Now. Some activist investors are pressuring Walgreens to stop selling cigarettes altogether saying cigarette sales put their money at risk of lawsuits. So far, Walgreens says no it has no plans to quit CEO Stefan persona says customers demand cigarettes rival CVS ended. It's cigarette. Sales in twenty fourteen attempting to reposition itself as a health and wellness company. CVS says that choice cost the chain about two billion dollars a year in sales. And here's the rub Walgreens just posted its worst quarter in four years, although sales were up they still didn't meet Wall Street's expectations. Last year. Walgreens announced it would cut costs by a billion dollars by the end of twenty twenty one following its flagging second quarter results at tightened the screws, even more. Now, the company is cutting costs by one and a half billion dollars. Walgreens, doesn't say how much money it makes from cigarettes. Although it does say sales have been falling still when it comes to smoking. Walgreens is caught between a rock and hard place on the one hand it may need its existing tobacco sales on the other hand like CVS Walgreens is trying desperately. To become a health centre rather than it retailer, prosciutto the Wall Street Journal last week. He says future success will Bank on its in-house healthcare clinics and lab testing, not it's retail side. Critics have all green cigarette policy point to the obvious conflict between cigarettes and Walgreens efforts to serve chronically ill patients the company which has ten thousand US locations is piloting tobacco-free stores at about eighteen of them to see how customers react a twenty seventeen study showed that when CVS stop selling cigarettes smoking fell by statistically, significant margins. Whether or not Walgreens, stop selling cigarettes, probably won't move the needle on its financial health the strategic problems facing both Walgreens and CVS are far bigger than the cigarette business. But the issue is a huge public health concern last year the surgeon general declared teen e cigarette use epidemic for Walgreens, it's a branding problem. Will consumers close their rise to the conflict between offering healthcare services and selling cigarettes for the ailing pharmacy chain this issue isn't likely to evaporate quickly. From wondering this is business wars daily. We hope our daily episodes light you up tell us. Why don't you tweet us? Your thoughts about this episode at business wars and thanks alive. I'm David Brown. Businessworld daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneurs hard, and it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to PO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today. People like VC's, Mark Andriessen, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is Patty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcast.

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Sweet Sorrow: Kelloggs Says Ciao to Keebler, Famous Amos

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05:02 min | 3 years ago

Sweet Sorrow: Kelloggs Says Ciao to Keebler, Famous Amos

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Wednesday. April tenth brace yourself. This episode could make you hungry for the next. Couple of minutes will be talking chocolate. But cookie business has become one big chess game last week Italian company Ferreiro announced it's buying Keebler and famous Amos cookies from Kellogg. Yes. The Keebler elves are legally any way moving to Italy Ferraro is spending one point three billion dollars to spirit the elves across the pond famous Amos and Kellogg unit that bake some girl scout cookies, we'll go with them Forero known for its new Tele hazelnut spread is quickly becoming one of America's sweetest sweets companies. This is the fourth American cookie or candy brand. It's eaten up since twenty seventeen. Ferreiro bought Nestle's candy division little over a year ago. Those Keebler elves will be joining baby Ruth butterfinger. And many other delicious American trifles. So what's going on Kellogg admits that it was starving? Those poor elves and Amos of resources it was pouring its efforts and money into treats that have sweeter returns on investment from pop tarts to Pringles Kellogg. I started shopping the brands in November it's been trying to figure out how to spur Americans lagging appetites for snacks from big old brand names. In fact, it's been a rough patch for most consumer packaged goods companies. According to NPR, young shoppers, simply aren't brand loyal the way baby boomers were for Kellogg. That means the Keebler name no longer pools. It's weight as American shoppers are increasingly avoiding processed foods Kellogg in its competitors. Are pulling their hair out at least sixteen consumer packaged goods CEO's had left their jobs between twenty sixteen and twenty eighteen the Wall Street Journal reported presumably. They were failing at or exhausted from trying to kick start growth, but if it were just the shift toward healthier food that was hurting cookie sales. Why would Herero be sweetening? It's own desert portfolio apparently will still indulge plenty, especially if the quality is high for railroad specializes in improving tired brands in February and relaunched Nestle's one hundred year old butterfinger candy Barr with more chocolate and no hydrogenated oils. So Ferreiro sees a huge opportunity in our collective sweet tooth as does delay international. Jones. The Oreo Mondays spending more than two billion dollars to buy those yummy. Danish butter cookies dance or rather maker the Kelsen group from Campbell Soup. Campbell's is another legacy food brand that's been struggling to reshuffle. Its portfolio Monday is also buying Australian cookie maker or. Or should we be calling them biscuits? So cookies are not being flattened by celery and carrots, there's still a lot of money to be made in indulgences, but selling them is harder than it's ever been. Which is why cookie chess his getting so aggressive? From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey before you run off to that mid morning snack. Take a second Llosa five star rating on your favorite podcast app for us. That'd be a better gift of box chocolates bags. I'm David Brown. We'll see you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa a lot of startup stories. Just focus on the big wins. But being an entrepreneur's heart. And it can be lonely. If all you ever hear about his others, crushing it in zero to PO, you'll hear about the different stages of business growth, and the blood, sweat, and tears. It took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today. People like the Mark Andriessen, and Ben Horowitz, and Netflix is Patty mcchord zero IPO is hosted by Frederick Carris co-founder of octa and Joshua Davis, contributing editor at wired the conversations they have are candid and the learnings are invaluable. You can listen to zero to wherever you get your podcasts.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Morning. Pete folks in early morning people us today in Rhode Island to see a lunar eclipse, the eclipse coincided with the moon having a closer proximity to earth making it very very rare that event viewing parties had been scheduled at community college of Rhode Island's observatory in Warwick, and at the frosty drew observatory in Charleston, but both were cancelled because of the the weather that we had to deal with this good quietly done how the providence city council approves a new contract for public school. Teachers the three year contract was approved last. Thursday's meeting by a fourteen to one vote coming after the teacher's union had already approved the last contract expired in August of two thousand seventeen. Lack of a contract had led to a lot of friction between the teachers and the mayor Herrera who are, hey, Laura, including during last February state of the city address remember that when the teachers in the supporters shouted allures down. But the providence city council case, the teacher contracts. So get quietly done. I don't know if you saw this. You're not because it could have been lost in the sauce over this weekend in Florida, Katie Mulvaney, from the Providence Journal says a Florida judge on Friday, sentenced infamous serial killer, Craig price who've course, terrorized Warwick in the nineteen eighty s. Sentenced to serve twenty five years in prison for trying to murder a fellow inmate prices Forty-five now agreed to plead guilty to a charge that he stabbed an inmate Joshua Davis with a home-made five inch knife blade at the Suwon Correctional Institution in Florida. This is all according to the county clerk of circuit courts office. He received a twenty five year sentence on that charge ten years probation. According to these system AG there he received ten years probation for possession of contraband to the probation. Terms are concurrent, but we'll be served consecutively to his prison. Sentence priced also agreed to waive five hundred twenty four days of good time. Credit now price violates his probation upon his release. He could be sent back to prison to serve a sentence up to life. He agreed to be classified too as habitual felony offender. Rhode island. Prosecutors praising the resolution of the particular case documents indicate that price entered Davis is sell on April. Fourth two thousand seventeen and repeatedly stabbed him. Davis fled but price apparently tackled him and continued the attack. Authorities say the premeditated assault was caught on video too and the price intended.

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"joshua davis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"joshua davis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Equally. Dangerous minus five two minus fifteen degrees. So it's the patriots and the Rams in the Super Bowl. That's the first time, by the way that both conference games the championship games went into overtime. Patriots take care of business their third consecutive appearance in the Super Bowl Amana we ever spoiled. I don't know if you saw this. You're not because it could have been lost in the sauce over this weekend in Florida, Katie Mulvaney, from Providence Journal says a Florida judge on Friday, sentenced infamous serial killer, Craig price, who of course. Terrorized Warwick in the nineteen eighties. Sentenced to serve twenty five years in prison for trying to murder a fellow inmate prices Forty-five now agreed to plead. Guilty to a charge that he stabbed an inmate Joshua Davis with a homemade five inch knife blade at the Suwon Correctional Institution in Florida. This is all the Cording to these Wani county clerk of circuit courts office. He received a twenty five year sentence on that charge plus ten years probation. According to the assistant AG there. He received ten years probation for possession of contraband to the probation. Terms are concurrent, but we'll be served consecutively to his prison sentence Bryce also agreed to waive five hundred and twenty four days of good time. Credit now price violates his probation upon his release. He could be sent back to prison to serve a sentence up to life. He agreed to be classified as a virtual felony offender. Rhode island. Prosecutors praising the resolution of the particular case documents indicate that price entered Davis is selling April fourth of two thousand seventeen and repeatedly stabbed him. Davis fled but price apparently tackled him and continued the attack of thirty say, the premeditated assault was caught on video too..

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