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"kevin dave" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
"To define define the purpose, and and out of those learnings? Yeah, we really managed to cry I. Think in Boston Outbox we've you know. Kevin Dave crazy something really special, and and that was. That was a moment in time when we were sitting around going okay, will we know that you know? The market is super crowded. We know we have to stand out. We know we need to play our new sets rose. Kevin Davis saying. We want this to be really fun. Dog Ownership is really fun now one's kind of captured that yet. We want to be the people that do and we're about to spend quite a bit of money in performance marketing, so we need a brand that works in really small formats in instagram and facebook so. We were we just had load? Learning's going into it and and I think that was sort of the moment in time when when we launch, obviously those guys had the ability to to get out there and grow it and think since then you know that sort of that sort pave the way for. Three four other brands. Whatever category they are? They really do sort of stand out in the market and I think that's part of the first issue is is super noisy out there like how do you land a new brand in in this huge markets with loads of players that that gets noticed. And, if people want to hear about, but are not specifically, it is episode one hundred and four. Of Eureka, we'll share that as well, but I'm curious about work in this time for brands Johnno. Because you guys normally are are quite close to us where we are at Midori, House your over in Primrose Hill with with a sizeable team, but right now everyone is apart, but there is still I imagine a lot of work for you guys to do for the companies who are invested in for the brands that you work with it's. An interesting time it's sensitive time to sort of push product, but obviously the world that needs to move forward a bit so I wonder the conversations you've had sort of about that about advertising and creating product. What's it been like with the team? Yeah, well as you say, there's fifty of us all sat around various parts along that moment, which is challenging, but also cool to see how quickly everyone's everyone's managed to to pick it up and and to adapt so. That's been certainly even for our own brand and our own business you. We've had to kind of get our head around that and then then overstay. We're sort of getting into lots of conversations with whether that be with this sort of the venture brands with the established brands. About what's the right thing to do I think for us. In terms of the venture brands. It's about you know we've always talked about I. Don't know everyone seems to talk about it, but it's true. Right is is what is the purpose of the brand in the world, and and as the world has significantly changed in the last few weeks. Is that purpose still relevant and and for a lot of businesses. The pace like it is. They can double down on it and God you know what we are absolutely right, and what's happened is just. SORTA strengthened our proposition and kind of guy, and then I think the world has changed so quickly that number brand saying actually we're not Ri- When we're not quite positioned in the right way. Our messaging doesn't feel like it's relevant, and that's not even relevant now in the kind of reaction to it, but you know it's going to be rather than the next few weeks, months and years to come as mindsets have. Have Changed so quickly so so yeah, I think we're working with either. We work with brands were saying Abu Down because we all right and we've got a strong purpose, and that's go all we're working with Brian Society Ashley. Let's just take a breath and realize what is right and where we should be positioned for the future is quite is quite interesting because one of the conversations we're having at the moment is. Maybe, it's time for brands. Just look at themselves a little bit more, and to be a little bit stricter on themselves, and and maybe from a messaging point of view. Let's not talk about the consumer. Let's not ask the consumer to do much. Let's concentrate on like what we're doing. What's our supply chain? Like what are our values? What is our purpose? Is everyone clear? Is everyone clear internally and is and is everyone clear externally and I think that's certainly the conversation. We're having with a couple of brands, which is saying look. Might be the case that you have to get there, and you have to change some things, and then you can tell people about the things that you've changed so yeah, it's it's interesting times, but yeah, there's there's great opportunity for good. If brands are willing to SORTA, take the leap and listen. Just talking about. The near future and looking ahead. Jonah, we talked about you. What brands are doing in this time to try to you know pause and reflect on on who they are, and where they wanna go, but I wonder if you guys have started to have the conversation of you know. What do we want to be involved in in this time and going forward out of this whole pandemic? Has That Change Your Vision? Is definitely focused on vision. Then whether it's, it's changed. It definitely has focused that. All Agency businesses. Our destiny in some degrees is in the hands of the brands that we we work with so whether that be our partnerships and the kind of the brand ventures that we create, or whether it be with the established brands that kind of our how we really WanNa work with good people I guess that's probably where starts and finishes like and what we define as good people. Are you know the type of people that just want to create positive change and the type of people who are bringing products to the market that are excellent, and the market truly needs I think when we have conversations with people who are sat around the table and talking about unbelievable. That is when we get super excited because we know if we cannot ask, you sat on top of theirs then suddenly you know there's a potential for something super exciting to happen so I mean we're talking to two guys. Code Michael and Jacob at the moment. Micro is actually a professional footballer, and these guys are going to be launching the world's most sustainable running shoe in a few months time so when they came in with with a shoe. That's been you know made out of corn. And when they're talking about you know the product capabilities and the features that are essentially sitting at the heart of their of their running shoe suddenly. You're like okay, this is this is really cool. And and when you put that up against all the big names you know, they're managing to deliver a product. That is really gonNA blow. You know the big names out the water and those are. Are the conversations that you kind of get high after a day at work and you're like. Wow, you're all. You're already at home because you sound zoom, but those moments where you're like. Yeah, this is what we want to do so so in terms of. HAS IT changed I? Think is just made us focus and made us be a little bit harder on ourselves and say is this. Is this brand or is this product or these people? Generally the the things that we want to be doing in the future, and if they are, let's do and. Let's. Let's pass and see what else is out there. Very well said, and you'll have to let me know about the running shoe brand because anyone that's bold enough to to try and reinvent the running shoe I. WanNa talk to so that is absolutely fascinating. Donald thanks for your time. This has been really interesting. Thank you. John Holt founder of other way. My thanks to all our guests this week, and to Christie Evans who mixed edited. This show I'm Daniel Thank you so much for listening and goodbye..
"kevin dave" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Hit by the corona virus the company employs four thousand people and has like many airlines suspended flights as a result of the crisis seventy one degrees at o'hare I engage one on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN don't miss out on the best deal in town your Loudon county public library card is here for you whenever and wherever you need it visit the library online to sign up for a temporary card and gain free access to all of the libraries digital resources for six months once you have your temporary card number you'll be able to download E. books and magazines take online classes from Lynda dot com stream music and movies and much more shop now or go to library dot Loudon dot gov to get started get ready for warmer weather at Macy's Memorial Day sale and get an extra twenty percent off with your promo code coupon or Macy's card that's on top of already great savings like twenty five to fifty percent off warm weather essentials for the whole family from sandals to shorts tops and more and twenty five to fifty percent off kids and baby styles to and buy one bra get the second half off plus star rewards members can earn rewards even faster now during star money bonus days savings on sale and clearance prices exclusions apply all right good morning it's a player in for Bob to ride on this Memorial Day Monday here on seven twenty WGN so this is as close we're gonna get to kicking off the summer and the beginning of the summer grilling season to provide some helpful grilling tips some tasty recipes for this Memorial Day and throughout the seasons Weber grills master chef Kevin Coleman good morning Kevin Dave thanks for having us it is a tradition we've done it for years which I love I have to tell you we always kind of kick off.
"kevin dave" Discussed on KFC Radio
"We're good man. So the question came up, girl, Lindsay called in and said, who, who from barstool, do you think will be the first person to date a celebrity? And we said it has to be like an alien a Lister and an I don't think anybody here really can. I also thought that if anything it would be a girl because like a guy who was an atlas there might still be like I wanna sex, without girl, whereas girls might not I don't think we'll stoop down to our level, but you are at international Manta mystery you are low level. You are very Kramer s fall ass backwards into this ridiculous life. You have been known to pull chicks who are high above your pay grade. I you know, and maybe you would be a reasonable pick. Do you think would you bet on yourself? Do you have any experience in this field? How would you approach it? What would you do? Do you have any advice? Gimme mardi, motions thoughts on hooking up with a celebrity. Well, first of all, I'm what a hot streak on. Are you talking believable? I really I don't know what's happening. This is why I need a hidden camera show with mardi much like what a hot streak like. How are you on a hot streak double double shot at rat? That's when they. Love love. I know. But yeah, I think hot, it's first of all, it's too hot out for sex anymore, by the way, this, too. It's too much. Now, I'm with you on that. I mean in general sex is tough, especially when you go sticky and sweaty. Now, I think I would, I think I wouldn't know who the girl is, and I would just be like doing my stupid shit, and unrealized like after the foul shit that would be the rom com plot like you know, doesn't dope it he doesn't realize he's dating if you're Kardashian or Anna Kendrick, I don't know who you will also came up because she isn't Alastair, but she is, she's pretty cool. She really appreciates like humor. I could see you're not being like like Anna. Kendrick doesn't strike minutes type is like I'm only going to date other famous people. So I think it's kind of a Downer and I do think that someone like yourself would she would be like, I feel bad for this bass that let me, let me try to help. Pitying you. Not even pity though. I think that maybe if you departure from my life of, like Glenn A-List, slumming, celebrity girl might just be like you know what? I'm sick of these guys that are just constantly wanting to talk. Yeah. Because even like I mean, we are brought like z listers, like I don't even know where on the scale but I know that now when guys talked to me at bars, I always in the back of my head or like you're only talking to me, because, because I work at parcel, and nine times out of ten. The first question is always about one of you guys. It's like, oh, Kevin Dave, Dan. It's like, okay, you're only talking me because of that. If you're in, you're, like appreciate it when somebody is like, hey, can I buy you a drink and like they don't mention barstool at all? It's great. So I can imagine Ayla celebrity girls at paparazzi following them around. They're like God. I just wanted to partner from this, like, I just want to live a normal life mardi Moshe could be that normal life. I don't know about normal. Well, but. For a more normal person life than I have different parts of your brain that you don't think about these look, these celebrities to come down there and say, oh, man, I never thought about three and one chiampou like some shit like that. Do you think that they think all ponds are circles? Well, that's fact. About a square pond pond. Yeah. Idiot C square. Okay. We're not gonna mardi and I have gone back and forth on this forever there. He's convinced they're all perfect circles. We don't have to get like this is not what we came on radio on Tuesday to talk about just saying they're not I might be more on this week..
"kevin dave" Discussed on WEEI
"Out here ever bring a whole kettle. I wanted to go catch them. Escort. I just might. Tragic. Hey is if it weren't for cans could starve to death. Reinforced. Really ten years live. Sounds everything. I eat comes straight out of the ocean. It's fresh. I got some fresh green tail shrimp the other day. Oh word you, you just can't even describe it. Youthful. I'm salivating right now. Okay. Thanks a lot for that. JK started slobber. We'll get a wish you the best of the rest of the weekend. We'll sandy Alrighty. I have a great day. Those good stuff poorly. I appreciate you guys all the conservation efforts from twenty one states for the meal foundation you on your website. I want to invite everybody to go to build dear dot or click on their website. You can look at conservation in two thousand nine they put up a position on the the wolves. Which is exactly what she said. So right. Nice job. Yeah. So if if the folks want to get involved with the Mueller foundation, how do they do it or the go? Well, you know, obviously, that's that's the national website, the mule deer dot dot, Oregon. But you can get involved the best way to get involved at the state level. And there's not a chapter in your area. We can get one started there right now, we have seven which have a couple of new ones here in Arizona. Dan, Beecroft down here in Queen creek. He just fired up the Queen creek chapter. That's built a new and then there's a new chapter up an eastern Arizona kind of in the northern White Mountains area around Show Low and instill, plus I'm got a new one going over by in southern Nevada. Some of our friends at Missouri in Alabama pretty incense that you know, you discriminate and don't have a white tail. Don't need it. Why Taylor doing very very good across the country of the big game animals that are really suffering right now fielder continue and it's probably part of the drought. And this and that, but that's that's beaks to conservation in our conservation efforts in this state, obviously waters such a big issue. Thank god. We got we've had a lot this last fall and winter and so far spring. So that's good. It will it'll save us a lot of money hall water, but without without water out in these critical habitat areas, you know, the the deer would be there. Neither would this other wildlife and so that ties right in what we were talking about earlier with horses. One thing that kinda grind my excellent. Basically, do we spent a lot of money on these having these projects? And then are we end up water in a lot of horses? We're putting everything in our projects. Now, it has to be horse Umbro proof fencing around the project. So perfect. Yeah. And people know that have been around horses. Like, I have grew up around livestock is that the, you know, they are bullies as you describe John that the watering hole they'll stand there. Whole series bull is on the range, and we're going to be pushing that out there. So you can go to Honey fishing dot com. And keep track of what Jake as dawn in. Appreciate the frustration level that you have dealing with these these. Yeah, they're water thug folks, folks. Yes. Well, they are they'll drive anything and everything off wanna tell you. What to me what it comes down to is? You know, if you love wildlife like I do native wildlife, and you wanna see these animals out there all the really tasty. Then we have to manage for him. You know, we have to we have to do. We can't do and use commonsense approach to to manage wildlife. And if we have an issue where we have an overabundance of feral horses. Then then we gotta do something. We can't we can't just sit back and make decisions based on emotions. We gotta make decisions based on good sound management and biology and science. I asked the question which science. Yeah, they have science that claims that they could have six million horses all up on the Apache stickers and everybody would be out. Well, that's what I'm talking about in. You know on that note of what you can cherry pick the data all you want. But, but if you talk to a rancher or well, he talked to Arizona game and fish or some of these folks that are just they'll tell you. Hey, you know, it's it is a problem. Big knowledge at the problem there, you know, and a lot of people know this. So that's I guess when I say science, that's what I'm talking about. We is we we've got to acknowledge the fact that there is a problem, you have they should have the feral horses should have the same standards of operation as cattle due for the ranchers, you have a u M'S your allotted X, and they have to be moved from pasture to pasture in order for habitat to thrive period end of story. Will you help me with my understanding of the Salt River sterlization program? So they go out they dart the mirrors the mayors have been darted twice. Okay sold. They're they're incapable of conception. But they come into heat every twenty seven days, that's the theory going forward. Now that all the mirrors have been darted. There's the there's some question as to whether or not they will come into season twenty. Thank you. It's called freshening whatever you want. With the wind making that sounds like a good way to get kicked in the head. It does happen. We'll see what happens. It's going to be interesting. If if the which I think is the drug that they used on the on the on the mayor's. I mean, they have a really good handle on how many mayors are they know them all by name. The problem. I understand it. But you have to have documentation, and they're they'll keep an eye on. If they go into -freshing every twenty eight days that will drive the herd nuts because it'll be constant turmoil for both the mayor's as well as the stallions. I do the same thing I'm going deer hunting. I'm going after Bambi daddy named Louis. Okay. Oh, boy, rather whole. Yeah. This we're can't go down that way. Again. Sterilization program sponsored by a Winchester Hornets in Ruger. Here we go. No. Yep. Here we go that is a whole different university solve over her. Can hey, that's the only one that was created by state legislation. So you deal with the state legislators in their absolute incredible stupidity. Time. I surely it's called elections. They'll be dealt with and the federal government. We will make a really hard effort, as you know, to meet with the new DO d department of interior deal. Sorry, thank you of Bernhardt. And see if we can't his he he's the boss of the four service for service needs a DirecTV. Say guys who get those horses get them off landscape to the Indians. Yep. Vero Vinnie affairs, a Bill for what's a cost around up your Ranjha? How much the Costco catch a horse? I wouldn't have any idea to do it under certain guidelines is incredibly expensive. Yeah. Federal guidelines heloc. Yeah. It's incredible. And if you're doing it out of canyons, it's a lot of work. We're spending eighty ninety million dollars a year to house federal fair livestock adoptees they're not adoptable. If you've been sitting in that kind of a writ. I mean, most of those horses have been sitting in the horse hotels for the last ten years twenty years, you know, the they live and die on those on those horse hotels. We have over forty eight thousand animals that nobody wants to adopt. That's why the government's offering to pay people thousand dollars horse. Dave, you can have on your backyard up all the next. Yeah. Then you better by alpha farm because it'd be cheaper to buy now fell farm the one by the hey, by the way, hey, and everything this year the price of that stuff is way up because transporting it's expensive now. Okay. So those Saul river horse the boggles of knotted Bockel. It's a work in progress. What what you call it? Whatever you want to the left wingers were up for feeding the horses. Helen, did they feed him? What what did that cost the they took care of feeding their own horses last year customer eighty seven thousand dollars to feed them and they had to feed him because they ate everything where they were run up by Butch Jones. Yeah. Richard Jones, horses will no longer ever be there, but all the horses along the river all along the river all the way from the Goldfields all the way up through to the damn all of those horses. They there's a lot of horses in there. And they know it's an issue. We're dealing with. We're working on it. It's something that'll happen. The last year they had to pay and they've paid all through donations. They didn't know federal money state money came for those. We didn't help them haul water. Nope. No. Of course, not. Those were that were up north, and you know, they call it wanted ADA game official to haul water too damn horses. That was up in a Hebrew area. Yeah. The they're naive. They were up there naive naive, and well they're naive. They they've they're newbies into conservation. And they think we're gonna pay for their horses to be have water or go to Paducah stupid does collection of bad people. That's for darn sure. The ones that been Heaver are the are the worst. I mean, we're going down here. I can work with people down here. You can talk to them. But the people up in Heaver, they're nuts. And there are several of them. They are violent. They are anarchists. They are everything. You don't wanna see? Shooting begins where the pavement ends to that. I hope we don't see it. But I'm scared to death of what's going to happen. We've got the big game season coming coming of archdiocese end all wonder how do you think's going to happen for fifty one road? Well, I here comes Donna corley with thirty odd sixes. Hope. So I think we should have about two hundred guys all spend a weekend driving up to three three c shoot difficu- shooting stops everybody pick a mile marker and just go because they are you are going to be on camera. They have hung trail camps on specific roads to see who's coming in and out, and they're publicizing your photos of your vehicle and your face if you can't so for destroying a trail Cam that doesn't belong to that. I'm getting mischief or. Enough if it is not checked every twenty four hours, it's considered abandoned property. How do you know that? Well, that's the good question. Isn't it dotty? Trying to find my thermos jug, you know, I pour in hawk coffee L yet hawk hot coffee out. More cold limited. Get cold women ate out. No, I don't know. Really? All right. That's gonna flip into a break. Come back at this thing wrapped up and get on with the day. I'm McDowell Kevin Dave corley, Sears happy mother's day to all the moms will stated thank you. We'll be back..
"kevin dave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Kevin Dave into the stop and shop strike and patience is growing thin to get back to where we have. We don't have time for the we need to get back to work as grocery employee's. Walk round and round chanting in front of the south bay stores. Doors say you say some customers walk right through the line go by their confrontations between customers strikers, former vice president Joe Biden joins the picketers tomorrow in Boston video on the case. Patriots owner Robert Kraft will not be released for now shortly after Palm Beach officials said they intended to release the undercover video of Florida judge issued a temporary order stopping the release a hearing has been set for April twenty ninth at that time. The judge is expected to make a funnel decision Robert Kraft and other defendants in the case have been trying to get the video sealed. Poem. Beach officials have said the release of the video is required. Under Florida's open records law craft faces two charges of solicitation, Steve Futterman, CBS news. He has pleaded not guilty in Boston to alarm fire damages a house on del for street and roslindale ten people displaced one person taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The damage estimated that four hundred thousand dollars the cause being investigated. A busy day for Gloucester firefighters to multifamily house. Fires a certain street blaze tonight displacing two families earlier in the day school St. Blaise displacing three families. No one hurt 'cause under investigation..
"kevin dave" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"And other other people, and then that's we met. Kevin Dave there started doing shows with them. Yeah. I think I picked up some of the history of the kids, but I, you know, from whoever I talked to probably Scott and Dave, right? But not but not you in marks history. That's interesting. Yeah. So when Mark shows up you're ready in with the guys. Yeah. Yeah. And Mark, you know, Mark, and I work together. All the time. Like, we love to be together on stage it formed from way back. Yeah. And so when it finally took shape, where would you where you guys working where was the theater, where's the one that that, you know, we're in the we went to the Rivoli which was like an alternative rock club in Queen Street west. It was the cool cool play, and we didn't do well for very long period of time. And then the kids. Yeah. And then eventually we originally. Twelve you know, there was like five other guys, and they sort of went and got jobs, and you know, they weren't they were interesting and entertainment. Yeah. No. They did. They did other things enough of us. Right. Yeah. And and then you took off we ultimately just took off. But I mean everyone's history. It's like, you know. Oh it. Oh, he'd lemon Lorne Michaels found them like it took forever. It felt like it took forever. You know, as young man, it takes, you know, your your time. So important in six months, you know, now, it's like six months. Oh, I don't know. I did a pilot. Oh, it's not going. Okay. I'll see you again next year. Got my money for a year. That's right. It's where do you still think that way when you get in this business? It's sort of like how much how long is this money. Yeah. I know. And there's never a point where you're like good. I'm Good. good. I'm I'm. coast. I'm done. Yeah. So okay. So eventually way I'm you don't have to weaken. We're not too fast forward. But you you did we're in Michael's did find you you produced a show. And then it didn't did it become a hit here immediately. I think it just you know, kind of central just starting then. Right. And while we're on HBO initially. But I think repetition helped us I think they just played it all the time. When I was there like what year we talking because I I hosted short attention span theater in ninety two. Right. And they were all done by them. Because I know that Nick McKinney had his sketch show on right? What was that a lot fifty seven? What was what was his call vacant lot? Yeah. They can lot. Yeah. So that was in production. I think when I was there. So you guys were kind of the old win or at? Yeah. We were done you're done or out of there. So who are you dealing with over there initially, so Lauren did it for HBO? And you did how many on HBO we? Well. We did. I think two seasons. I mean, we did five seasons in total. But in both ways. Yeah. But it took forever because we wrote most the stuff. So our seasons would be like fourteen fifteen months long. Yeah. But we have to Mark was the only guy wanted to go on real. Yeah. Anyone that's why he went to Saturday Night Live sketch comedy. But that was after the movie debacle. Yeah. Kind of at the sort of at the same time. Yeah. So like what happened with that? With brain candy. Yeah. Well, you guys have always been a cult following in the there's like definitely kids in the hall fanatics and people who love you forever. I imagine. Now like, you have you know, boys and girls who are in their fifties. Right. Who are still kind of dressing like they're in their thirties. Coming after you go by. Yeah. Yep. Yeah. Gospels with daddy issues. But now, they're fifty. Yeah. Yeah. But daddy issues don't go away. Mark don't you know, are you know, they just turned into other things usually it's food or drinking. You are collecting weird doll. Yeah. You like cats, but but like what like the movie in retrospect, what happened with it? Because I know there there was the cancer boy debacle. Yeah. Where I played cancer..
"kevin dave" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"kevin dave" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Wait, wait gave what? Keep going finish it up. Kevin. Dave. The new year. More than a moment. Make the top ten of twenty nineteen. How you make it already too late January fourth. You've nailed it. Wow. Hey, passenger shaming alley had a just a terrible experience with some passengers on a plane recently. And it turns out there's a whole website, blog and Instagram account and industry devoted to shaming passengers on airplanes. We're going to get into all that hear your stories when we return after the top of the hour, I allies here with our what's happening. Our friday. Yeah. On Fridays for this. What's happening segment? We like to talk about our playlist that we have it's called. That's my jam and every member on the Kevin and bean show picks a song that they are newly interested in. Maybe it's something they forgot about in the past. But it's something that we're just digging at the moment, you can find it on our Twitter on our Facebook on our Instagram at Kevin and bean, go ahead and follow along. That's my jam. You're going to have new music every single week. Let's turn it off. I with Kevin. What's your pick? Mine is Emily king. She is a singer songwriter from New York City, she put out a first album in two thousand four but she has a new album that is coming out February I called scenery. And this is a song from that new album. Also on Tuesday, January twenty ninth. She's going to be an amoeba nice if you'd like to meet her, but this is the first song from that new album is called remind me. Eighties,.
"kevin dave" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"One would think that it will continue to be so waged one eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six back with more on the Bohannon show in a moment. Arizona's news station. KTAR news on ninety two three FM KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app. Hi, Jamie, west here. And if you're like me, you got to decompress a little over the holidays enjoyed so much needed time with family. I hope you did too often though, it's also a time when you might notice your mom or dad needs a little more help with day to day stuff. But starting the conversation about senior living could be a little scary. After talking to my friends at likes stream complete senior living about this challenging topic. I found out he doesn't have to be scary. How do have that conversation? Where do you start Wendy? It's a good option for your loved one. And what should you look for? When checking out options are conversation was incredibly helpful. I think you'll agree. Just text living to four one one nine two three or go to senior living checklists dot com. This is a big life decision that you don't have to bam gate on your own. Take a listen to our conversation. Explore the podcast and other resources at senior living checklists dot com or text living to four one one ninety two three some say one of the worst sounds. You can hear is a car crash. Yes. And all the stress that goes with that can be worse. The accident is stressful enough the repair process doesn't have to be. Hi, this is Kevin Dave and Leo. And we're the.
"kevin dave" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Kevin davis. I remember you gave me a memorial coin with the police memorial. And I mentioned the hospital when Mingo got hurt on the young guy. That's what spectrum police officer. And I think you've got a raw deal Commissioner dysfunctional city, and you can only do so much. What you can do your short handed of men and lock it people faint, always the answer. Because I did this job. You're right. Sometimes you got to protect and serve in the Serb people's dot always put cuffs on people. I want to make sure we get you. Do you have a question for the Commissioner? Or are you just the complement which is great? But is there a question by question for the Commissioner, you think this guy's gonna change crime? Is you tried basically? All right. Thank you. So what's gonna be different with this guy? Then what Commissioner Davis couldn't do? Well, thanks for Claude for the call. And the compliment. I do appreciate it. There are probably fifty to one hundred police executives in the country. Who are well qualified to be the police Commissioner of a city like Baltimore. But the difference maker is the level of support. He or she receives. So the mayor the city council have to unconditionally support the police Commissioner if you look at Baltimore versus Washington DC, they have thirteen hundred more police officers than we do and one third of the violent crime. So we are a woefully understaffed police department. So we have to get real about that. And we have to pay police officers in Baltimore because they have the toughest job of any police department in the state, they should be the best paid we should find a way to give them residency options. So they can afford to live in the city. We should do more to retain our young cops because they are leaving at a far higher rate than any other police. Apartment in Maryland. So now, Joe FitzGerald has been identified and consider me a fan, Joel if you're you or anyone else close to you listening to this happy to help you and bring your own team. And I'm hopeful that the unconditional support you need to succeed comes your way from city hall because I'll tell you this the city the residents the folks who live here in spite of what people may here outside of Baltimore. They want the police to succeed they want to succeed, but the politicians because of the gamesmanship because of who's starting to run for mayor in twenty twenty and the alliances that people form it's a game to so many people, and that's why we have two term limit the city council, and we we have to do better at having a political a political machine that's more inclusive of differing points of view here in the city, Bob. Well, you know, as I look I go back, and I think prior to two thousand fifteen. Two thousand fifteen was a pivotal year. I mean, I think that was the first year, I think that the death the murder rate exceeded three hundred three hundred and forty two murders in two thousand fifteen three hundred forty three in two thousand seventeen and. And we're trending. What's what the current numbers? I mean, the current numbers are probably hit three three hundred this year. And so what I hear you saying is not only can't we attract these these officers to come on board. We're losing them releasing them at a rapid rate because the support they're not giving the unconditional support they're not giving the training. Kevin. I can't believe you were just talking about the the whole mental health issue and nothing existed prior to you coming on board. These are people that are probably experiencing post traumatic stress disorder and everything else. They're putting their literally they're putting their lives on the line every day. And for these things not to exist. Folks. I think you need to reach out to your politicians at you've heard the Commissioner say that it is the politicians it is it is the partisan of the finger-pointing and everything else. That's really I mean, we need to unify everybody we need to support the police we need to be out there behind them. We need to give them everything that they need to do to be successful as they can possibly be or we're going to have another guy coming and coming and going so anyway, give us a call four one nine two two six six eight zero. You're listening to the show. We're here a former Baltimore City police Commissioner, Kevin Dave. We're going to talk about what Commissioner David snake? We can do can we turn this around. What does it look like what are we have to do what you're Matic steps that we have to take? You're listening to the Bob paths show on WCBS six AM..
"kevin dave" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Talking as always you can send us a tweet using the hashtag A O T L. So about that nightmare scenario, I mentioned earlier now what if the election really isn't over next Tuesday night. What if there are so many disputed results ballot challenges runoffs and slow vote counts that were left with a cliffhanger? It happens take the norm Coleman Al Franken. Senate race in Minnesota in November two thousand eight that election wasn't decided until June thirtieth two thousand nine after every available court challenge was exhausted. What should we be bracing for this time? Joining me from Washington is Dave Wasserman editor at cook political report and from Phoenix welcome back to post senior political reporter, Kevin Roper lard. Kevin Dave both of you. Welcome back to America on the line. Thank southen, Gregory back. Dave, let me start with you. How likely is any? Mutation of the nightmare scenarios. I laid out likely to happen. Well, it's certainly possible that we could emerge from election night, not knowing who controls the house, I think Democrats are a strong favourite for house control. Maybe seventy to eighty percent. But on a good night for Republicans, and we should caveat that. Democrats are are certain big games. He's a house on the least worst night for publicans. There could be some question as to several races that are very close on the east coast and the mid west, but also several races that might not be settled in California for several weeks. Personally. I love California's slow vote counts because it adds to the drama, but that might be a nightmare for party strategists who want to know who the speaker will be party strategists, how millions of Americans who want a definitive answer election night. So you sort of anticipated what I was going to ask you in terms of of slow voting where where could we see slow voting happen? California is notorious are there other parts of the country or other states where slow voting is just something that happens every two to four years. Voting. It's slow slow folk county. Yes. Yeah. Takes about a month to finalise all of its mail in vote returns. And oftentimes more than half of the votes counted beyond the election day, take a long time to determine victors and typically Democrats do better. In the votes are counted after election day, so even if they're trailing and a handful of races on election night there. They could make up that gap. Washington state is another place to look out for Kevin one of the nightmare scenarios. I rattled off was runoffs. What are the conditions that lead to a runoff? And of course, I'm thinking of Georgia and Mississippi start with Mississippi. So Mississippi is really where we would have sort of a nightmare scenario in this case, we wouldn't know who ends up with control of the United States Senate, Dave's nightmare scenario sort of relied on a very good night from Republicans or a relatively good night for Republicans. There's no real way. Republicans have a very good night in the house. This would rely on a pretty good to very good night for Democrats in when it comes to the Senate. If Democrats are able to pick up maybe one seat and sort of hold onto their others control of the Senate could come down to a runoff in Mississippi likely between the. The democratic candidate there who is a former congressman and agriculture secretary, Mike Espy and Mississippi's incumbent Senator Cindy, Hyde Smith that wouldn't be decided until December that could be a real nightmare knowing who would control the Senate you'd also likely see just a ton of money and resources from both political parties poured into that state in an effort to determine control of the United States Senate that said it is sort of an unlikely scenario again because it would ruin Volvo really really good night's for Democrats that just doesn't look possible considering how Republican tilted Senate map is in Georgia. You could see one of the most contested governor's races. Go to a runoff. That's between Democrats Stacey Abrams, Republican Brian Kemp. If neither one of them breaks fifty percent on election night that that race. We'll go to a runoff. Let me bring you back to to Mississippi one second before turning at my intention to to George. The the race in Mississippi. Mike Espy versus the incumbent. This is a big deal because Mike Espy the democratic candidate. Sydney, even be competitive in in a red state like Mississippi. No. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's a really interesting scenario for all this the come up. Basically, what happened is win Republican Senator Thad Cochran resigned. Earlier this year, he triggered a special election, which takes place under some sort of different rules than a typical Senate election would Mississippi part of that is including the runoff another part of that is that actually on these ballots. There's no party registration listed. So none of these candidates under Mike Espy's name. It does not say democrat under Cindy Hyde. Smith's name. It does not say Republican that really could end up making a difference, depending on how things break down the reason this is likely to go to a runoff is. Because Cindy, Hyde Smith is also facing a challenge from within her own party from state Senator Chris McDaniel, he is sort of an arch conservative. He was one of sort of Steve Bannon warriors who if you remember back at the beginning of the Senate cycle, we talked a lot about how bad it was going to try to run challengers to all these incumbent. Republicans McDaniel was going to be one of those challengers. He hasn't really raised the money that he expected to and at this point it looks pretty safe based on holding the SP Hyde Smith will advance to the runoff, but he's going to take away enough of the vote from Hyde Smith to make sure that neither candidate gets. Okay. Now now, Georgia, and you laid out the possibility of a of a runoff. They're one of the things that was we were talking about time all sort of blends together, a Kevin I don't know if it was last week or the week before where we were talking about the situation in Georgia with the. Registrations that were being held fifty three thousand voter registrations that were on hold and one of the things that came out was that whether you're a registration is on hold or not show up at the poll polls and file a provisional ballot. So talking about the difference between a provisional ballot and a standard ballot. And how that comes into play in terms of vote counting. And whether we will we will that will add to the suspense in Georgia in the Georgia governor's race. Yeah. So this could add to the suspense of whether there wouldn't even be run up spending on what happens here, so provisional ballot is basically used when there's some question about whether or not a voter is eligible to vote in virtually all states under sort of the help America vote act, which is backed back in two thousand and two after the recount in the presidential election in Florida. The voter castle provisional ballot almost all the time. So it varies sort of under what conditions you would cast one. And the thing is many of these ballots can be a challenge, and in some places it's contingent upon the voter to provide proof that they're eligible to sort of after the fact, so there's really lots of complicated way. Is this happens? It's very easy to see in a situation in Georgia where there's a lot of questions about how Kemp is handling this election because he is also the secretary of the state's chief elections officer. It'd be very easy to imagine a scenario where there's lots of provisional ballots cast perhaps and perhaps lots of challenges to professional, right? So when we started the show, I asked listeners to call in to say, whether they would be voting their fears this election day in six days or their hopes. Eight four four seven four or five eight to five five and Mark calling from Missouri. Mark. Welcome to America on line hopes are fears. Go on. Caller. This is going to be a rich. Nami Cavanaugh was the was the last straw. Oh. I've done a story in the walkaway movement. Go on. Heard you got do that. I'm asking you to tell I'm asking you to tell us, what is the walkaway movement, the whole movement of of Democrats that are just you know, they're done. Is fed up. As most conservatives are the craziness going on. Are we gonna play whether you're democrat or conservative or liberal conservatives accuse me party members of your party are doing things that are just agreed to speak out? And just. Stuck that has gone on? From some of these folks, it's just unbelievable. And when you say some of these things that have gone on. What exactly are you talking about? I know you mentioned you mentioned now Justice Cavanaugh is that it or the other things that you say Democrats have done that have made you quote walk away from the party. Well, you know. We caught and lose the election stole trying to dig up two years later. I mean just won't shut up about it. Was a whole litany of things. February camel's back. All right. All right, Mark. Thank you very much for calling into the show. I have not heard about the walkaway movement. Let's go to Nate in Milwaukee. Nate thank you for calling into America on the line. Hi, thank you. I am bowling both, my hopes and fears. Are you still there? Nate was saying he was voting his hopes and his fears and I'm hoping his called his call. We'll come back. So we can find out what they are. All right. We'll we'll try to get Nate. Because I really want to know what is hopes and fears are there in Milwaukee. But let's go to Alex calling from Rockland county, New York, Alex. Thank you for calling in to America on the line. Hey, thanks for taking my call until your question. It's more like fair. For the main reason screener, I feel like we don't have any check and balance has right now there everything is controlled by one party day. They do something even crazier. That's happening. Every day right now. Nobody has control. My personnel philosophy. It's more like. Republicans. But. Nobody can control the control, you know, the house Senate the White House, and basically the supreme court. So where's the check and balance on Seamount democracy? Alex. Do you hear from from your friends and neighbors and colleagues do they share your concern are do they or do they think things are fine where I live. It's mainly. I call it like Trump land I've seen mostly fall over there. Warlike voting for president voted for President Trump. Now, you walk into city and. Woking hospital. Most people are like they can't even watch the news anymore. So the point that we we don't know what to do. I don't wanna sound place. But it's like you can't keep up with the news. You know that better now. Conversation going to be another break. Somebody tweeted phone, Alex. I was gonna say, oh, I hear you. I'm not being able to keep up with the breaking news. But the the one way to fight fear and hopelessness and to entertain a hope is to go out and vote on November six Alex. Thank you very much for calling in NATO is back Nate from Milwaukee. Wisconsin before your call dropped you said, you're voting both your hopes and your fears. Now, I want to know what they are. Sure. Well, it's for my state specifically, whether or not we actually have a hung democracy in Wisconsin. We are one of those states that has been very heavily gerrymandered. So our state legislature, actually, doesn't represent the people all that. Well, because the people can all vote for one party and the other one's still holds power. Scott Walker is he loses this coming election will not be. Physician to sign off on another bunch of gerrymandered, baths, which he's indicated he will do is. He gets the chance, and that means we'll actually have the other candidate will put together he'll put together a neutral party redistricting. But that means we actually have honest elections again, which means that elections in Wisconsin would actually be accountable to the public, which I think would be great. There was actually a lawsuit about this. That's still going on in the courts Gil versus Whitford. And if anybody else wants to look at it there, a lot of attorney generals who I think Mike rigged elections got in on that too from places like Missouri, Ohio and Georgia, which are in the news all ready because they filed a brief saying, we should let states basically rigged their own election. So that people don't have say, which I think is horrible for anybody. Who basically want and the people's will to prevail Nate. I wanna thank you very much for calling in from Wisconsin. Those actually one of the states that I talked to former attorney general Eric Holder about in terms of his efforts to your point about redistricting efforts that his national democratic redistricting committee is is working on. Thank you again for for dialing back in and letting us know what your hopes and fears are I'm going to come back to Dave and Kevin Dave..
"kevin dave" Discussed on WJR 760
"Died hard to die winning sorry about that kenny i love all right well pledging my love okay we got three categories love kevin dave you guys are up again we have disco nineteen eighties in the next leary all right dave i'll let you pick again what do you think that's moved to the eighty nine thousand nine hundred eighty that's the year i moved to detroit so that'll be a good this was a tough category you gotta listen to me listen to be careful right i have four song they became numb each song was a number one hit that year you'd have to give me the actual month but give me the order with dates became number one yeah we go ridiculous is another way you might be able to get here we go my shining armor upside down.
"kevin dave" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"Did you know it had a story behind it well it's it's his kind of story and basically the rundown of it is he's just got a horrible father who's just like honestly the worst man around we've i mean unfortunately it's the reputation a lot of men in the south have you know but it's all over the place you just abusive fathers get it all over the country and he hates his dad and he runs away and then because his music career is just not doing well he comes back to to try and make peace with it and five is devils and his dad is completely just love and on him and he can't handle it but then god convicts them and and it's just comes to be a great story and it ends up leading to this song that changed and impacted the lives of millions man i love it i can't wait to see it i saw the previews to it leaning i went and saw that fifteen seventeen two pairs that what it's called travis so the movie so i went and saw that movie and the and that the previews for the mercy movie were on and i just was transfixed on it i can't wait to see it thanks for not only are you church cleaner your movie critic to do what i can got quite a resume danny happy easter brother appreciate you man he's one that's a regular when we got a lot of regulars we got late we got dan we got hose are boy they call it in from missouri last week what's his name travis do you remember see dave i forget kevin dave back mckee's back oh mickey hold on now the nba is on espn radio just in case you didn't know that presented by firestone complete auto care coverage begins at three pm eastern on most espn radio.
"kevin dave" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Well it's his kind of story and basically the rundown of it is he's just got a horrible father who's just like honestly the worst man around we've i mean unfortunately it's the reputation a lot of men in the south have you know but it's all over the place you just abusive fathers you get it all over the country and he hates his dad and he runs away and then because his music career is just not doing well he comes back to to try and make peace with it and five is devils and his dad is completely just lebanon him and he can't handle it but then god convicts them and and it's just comes to be a great story and it ends up leading to this song that changed and impacted the lives of millions man i love it i can't wait to see it i saw the previews to it leaning i went and saw that fifteen seventeen to paris is that what it's called travis movie so i went and saw that movie and the and that the the previews for the mercy movie were on and i just was transfixed on it i can't wait to see it thanks for not only are cleaner your movie critic to do what i can got a quite a resume danny happy easter brother we appreciate you man he's one of the that's a regular we got a lot of regulars we got late and we got dan we've got hose are boy they call it in from zuri last week what's his name travis you remember see dave i forget kevin dave mickey's back oh mcgee hold.
"kevin dave" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"I think we made it to the tv without breakdown but i'm not sure the bottom line is this the workflow unlike all the other votes that don't work three hundred plus days a year it's you know things break things where out season is the one thing that you for that year bunny other job four into maintenance for me look i'd love to fix everything to have everything brand new and shiny but the bottom line is the workflow i need to find that balance between how much money can i put back into the bowl and i got to bring money home to do all the other things the rest of us by the way by the way kevin dave you gotta let people know as as far as things go the hard merchandise is you're kind of like the run in the fleet i mean you know some of these boats are big bigger but it doesn't seem to affect where you're where you go you go where everybody else goes you don't mind you don't care oh yeah yeah let's be frank though i think i thought walked that fine line between you know doing what's necessary to get the job done dot being candidates when i go capabilities are the vote i know the capabilities by crew every do you know regardless this may not be fast and they have a lot of the creature comforts like the other guys you don't you're just sitting in a phone galley but whatever wherever it takes to get the job done let me tell you what i just saw one of my sisters just came in and they look at this and they they showed me their laptop and they showed the the national geographic wicked tuna site and what's the first thing i see i see anjelica talking about i with the picture and and all of that stuff so she's she what is she your webmaster well no but he's he's very he's a natural obviously over the years people out there who have like that dumping deadly run one of the things one of the things that i need to ask you for sure is when we first started watching the show seven seasons ago we saw the difference between the size of your fish and the.
"kevin dave" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Today art ever forward shawn and fragments wakeup call reaction continues to foreign via email taxed and your phone calls on the removal of several confederate statues bedeviled austrian general robbery liens normal jackson commemorating the bottle of chancellor israel in which a jackson i believe leave of i remember when history i think no he died that battle on of the double check that but i do believe he perished in the battle was don't get your calls and comments the attorney general jeff sessions is expected to make a major address today from miami on sanctuary cities and miami used to be one they've now changed their tune to go to cooperate with the feds and the attorney general said yesterday respect for the rule of law has broken down in chicago their socalled sanctuary policies are just one sad example sites were city a trafficker a smuggler worry predators best friend and baltimore is a sanctuary city and the bomber police christer kevin dave told the acting assistant attorney general alan hansen who wrote a letter asking for baltimore's assistance with the feds and go on this partnership and david sort of like good kind of evading here saying well we don't control those the the city jail and they don't the state does so it really should be the governor and and state we get it but it but this is interesting income mr davis's response he says leaking crime assistanct immigration policies is concerning and sends the wrong message quote public safety depends on all communities regardless of immigration status having crossed of law enforcement without this trust immigrants may be less likely to communicate with the police report crimes or seek assistance upon becoming a victim and of.
"kevin dave" Discussed on KOMO
"For tomorrow that may or may not be capped gerald and rob rob k so there you go and they're off again so this is another camp that we have out here along the river it looks like a vast nothing this they marches down into a labyrinth of bramble in bushes entangled tunnels through mukesh mud and a quarter of a mile in telltale garbage can then a camp pillow oh so hoarders hello they went in there eventually a guy named john comes out no i do not do hurled two when it would stay away from this yes sir stacy and kaitlan talk john into going in getting an idea the next day hey john can we can pick up tomorrow putting okay while maybe like 1030 lenin it's been doing this job long enough that i realize that we can't arrest our way out of a lot of the people that we do come in contact with have been arrested in numerous times cbs but they haven't changed their behavior and then next to the mission in downtown average there's a man on his back she unzips his jackets jets the crowd back off officer kevin dave shows up hello.