6 Burst results for "Lorenzo David"
"lorenzo david" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Di Autry and welcome back to dishing it up. Now imagine having a business where your clients are really some of the most vulnerable that have been hit by Kobe 19. And that is the restaurant industry and you provide insurance for these companies that are just struggling, and then you get coverted 19 yourself. Well, it happened to David de Lorenzo and David has a restaurant insurance company. David, What is the name of your company? Yeah. The name of our agency is the ambassador group. And we have a subsidiary of that that I created about, you Know, 18 years ago called bar and restaurant insurance and little connection here, your dad. Actually provided my restaurant insurance many many years ago. Yes. Yeah. He reminded me of that when we're out to breakfast the other day because I told her I was going to be, you know, talking to you on the phone? Yeah, it's been a family business for a very long time. David. Tell me of the state of the situation with the restaurant industry. Right now. It's a struggle, isn't it? It is a struggle. The restaurant industry has been one of the most affected. Oh, industries out there, and I'll be in a lot of industries are hurt. But the restaurant is taking a rather large head because it's a it's a social gathering it. It's a community. If you know everything from live concert venues that you have, or people gathered together to nightclubs to just bars and taverns, Teo even your common restaurant that has to space. You know, people out now and be very careful that you know they don't get other people sick and It's taken a toll on them quite a bit. It's really tricky. I was I'm venturing out little by little. I was at a restaurant yesterday and everybody was masked up until you eat and then you take your masks off, and it still makes you feel a little Weird. You know about it. We're kind of in that limbo area, but I don't think people realize the margins that restaurant's operate under. I mean, they're very, very small. So if we don't support our local restaurants, they're going to go away. And so you're helping these restaurants and all of a sudden you're not feeling so well. You take it from there? Yeah, so, but you don't back in march, when all this was it seemed like it was overnight. Just, you know, just kind of had to hit head. It's all here in Arizona. And then next thing you know those, you know, the whole state has shut down and and we were and during this time, you know, I have a couple 100 clients just in the state, Arizona alone and some primary names that many people you know, probably have heard of. And so, while all this was going on, I thought I had to find this infection and I just was not feeling that great. I had a sharp pain in my chest, like somebody was taking a knife into my lungs. And I just was down for the count. I was not to the point where I couldn't necessarily get out of bed. That wasn't out of breath or anything like that. I stay in relatively good shape. You know on you know at all times, as is enough to make me go. What is going on? So obviously I just like Down. I stayed away from people I didn't exercise but all in the meantime, while this is going on, it was like the perfect storm. I'm getting about 200 phone calls about what do we do, Dave? You know what is insurance do and that's a whole nother story within itself. But, yeah, I was. I was on the couch, You know, answering phone calls and talking to people while I didn't even realize I had Kobe because I didn't realize I had it until after the fact when I got my blood test for the antibodies. Some unbelievable and you're doing well, now I'm doing great. Yeah, And you know, I I can on ly assume being Italian and loving the hug everybody and probably don't keep my hand. It's been frustrating. Yeah, In the cleanest of places, you know, They're taking my nose while I drive. Don't do that people. Probably one of the real, you know, and I'm out all the time. So I probably one of the reasons why maybe it it it hit me and not, you know, a lot of other, you know, sort of. People that are not doing that sort of thing. Yeah, exactly. Well, how is your company in the restaurant and bar insurance industry? How are you helping and just helping restaurants with moral support? Financial support everything. Yeah, So during this phase of what's going on, I've I've learned how to pivot and through the course of my very short lived life at 46 years old. There's been, you know, competiting here or there, so I have actually been part and have helped start a social media and A company called local for Edo, and we've been able and dedicated to the restaurant industry. So we're really pushing that out there to give more attention to the local restaurant and work with the restaurant association to promote you know their restaurants that are joined there for Arizona and local first, which is another great organization. That really deals with, you know, local businesses so anything that I could do the social media with any of my companies or just being there as a consultant for people to help them on any and not just insurance. Just any sort of coaching that I can give Well, sort of positivity to them on their form. I love that, David, We're talking with David de Lorenzo. David. Where do we find more about what you're doing? Yeah, I, um all over social media. So David de Lorenzo di l o r NGO is the last name I'm on linked in you. Confine me on instagram at I am the deal. Oh, Diello, I I go by De Lo short for de Lorenzo. And you know they're really the two main Opponents and you'll see pretty much any and everything that I'm doing always in a positive light. Because in this time of what is going on within the world, if you see what you know, is out there to the different media outlets, I just want to be a positive light that people could come to you. And there's a breath of fresh air. David, We love you for doing that. Thank you so much. You stay well say hi to Papa. And we will talk soon. I.
"lorenzo david" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"Hey we're back. Haley Burris. Large voice that dig alleged. That voice won the fuck is that oh. I know I loved it though. So we've gone from the nineties. Now we're going into the two thousands and you know as I mentioned earlier your imdb just won't quit. I feel like you have touched on. Almost every animated thing that's happened during this era including not a rival show because it was part of film Roman but you were also various voices King of the hill. What was that experience like? Oh well that was. That was interesting because that was probably the most. I'll put it simply. It was an animated show that didn't need to be animated show. Totten was a good Sitcom but nothing happened on the show except for maybe every now and again. The flashback into you know hanks brain and the way that his father was designed with the you know the no kneecaps his feet to his size other than that. Nothing happened on that. Show that needed to be a cartoon. Yeah so you really had to have your acting chops up and you know again. It wasn't joking minute. Laugh a minute it was good stories with characters you love. It was a real treat whenever I got to work on it Yeah it's so it was just an all around positive experience and I wish I'd gotten to do more of them. Totally I think shows like that really influenced like s for family and a lot of other shows that are that kind of dry small towns bad. It sounds like very appetizing. This dry small thing but like an intimate world that is very real and I think you know 'cause I that's sort of the classic statement talking the Hill Allocate animated and we've talked a lot through this current innovation of our podcast but the previous one is well of how Simpson specifically always had to have that one scene or something justify the animation. You go into homer's head you see what's going on you see this daydream. Play out the other very wacky. None of this kind of stuff. But there's something to me that like I never thought of like doesn't need to be animated with King of the hill and with for family as a negative to me. It just felt like that's just another step closer to the speak feeling like a real world that I wanNA spend time with real people that I consider my friends and I think that for that. You would need to have your acting chops together and I imagine you can't really hide behind a wacky voice to sell a character. You have to kind of really think about like. How am I going to make this character? Come to life in a way that it isn't using all of those sort of Wacky gimmicks for lack of a better term. Everything was very contained in fact the episode where I played the archaeologist they. I actually was scratched tracking Alan alda. They wanted Alan Alda four. Wow and so I just I just went in and did scratch and I read. I read it out with the cast of the table region and did the session. We did it in the same Theater a dubbing theater critic I just knew I was going to be replaced by WADA. And then all the past and you know what we like what you did so much that we're kind of glad he passed. Yeah because we were worried. We're going to have to go line by line and have your rhythms. Because they'd already started animating and they said we like what you did soon. Let's just we're going to leave you in there as great. Thanks and it really was. I wished that the pastor has stayed on longer though he was fun because he was he was a bit Bob Newhart Ish. But not all the way Bob Newhart. Just that kind of stumbling south from freeing Kinda Guy. I said smaller and more specific characters. Not Big Oh you do that right. Edwin would have no place scratch track just for people that don't know that are listening. Is The temp audio that you record for usually the earlier part of the animation production when? They're just putting the antibiotic together or they're just trying to edit something and just have some sort of what they call a radio play for when they're animating two it just so people aren't like are you doing a Dj Term Rach old. What's skirt right now to track that you do to earn just a little money that better up. Sorry Elliott saying well. I really liked that It seems that a lot of the influences that you have or the people that You seem to gravitate towards do have kind of grounded or you find kind of like the maliciousness to to the average voice in Like I've been rewatching Bob Newhart. 'cause you know because we're all in lockdown. We kind of are finally having enough time to watch all the shows that we want to watch and I feel like I've watched a lot of great stuff but really just wanted some comfort food and put on the Bob Newhart show which is who on Hulu. If anyone hasn't seen you you have to. It's excellent so many amazing psychologist right. Yes and yet not new by the way created by the way by Lorenzo. Ooh Is the first voice of Man on the TV show. Real ghostbusters all out. Lorenzo was Lorenzo. David Davis created that show and to go. Go go go ahead. I'm sure sure that's so interest- actually automated but when Bob Appears on the simpsons it may be is one of the hardest times. We've ever laughed just because like you realize how rare that very normal guys voice really is. You know to to to someone who doesn't like study voices like you would think like. Yeah he's just Kinda shy guy. He's a shy character but like they're so much happening in his voice and then obviously there's so much happening in bing crosby voice and Growing up like I. I really loved the crane. A Disney movie that he narrates and that is finally Disney to. I've been having to buy it every year because I don't like have a DVD player. Or anything I keep buying it out apple and it's like I've spent fifty dollars on that movie But that character a character. He's just doing the narration. But like you guys both seen that movie. I'm sure yeah but my dad and I always really loved. When he's describing the love interest. I forget her name is like Francesca or something similar but he goes boy and it's just like this very out but like that was so leading into like this like that's another era style of voice acting truly miss like kind of Tex Avery style. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I really love you know a lot of your most iconic voices like obviously you have the gift of that deep voice that could be like smooth and a and a lot of people couldn't do that if they tried with all their might You're you're born with some some great genes for voice acting but the choices you make are so superb and I love that I don't know it. It's what I come to mind about the characters like. That's what first comes to mind when you think of You know when you think of thinking the brain you're just like oh well of course I think of that and like you know like there are other characters where you think of something else I. It's it's hard to explain but like you know I love a character. And maybe not even remember necessarily how they sounded just remember their catchphrase or their mannerisms and yeah all of your characters are are just so ingrained in my brain and so many generations of brains rally. You're very kind to say so. And what I take over the world. Yes out really quick. How did you get on Khwazakhela? Who Solid shows me man. I? I don't know why I don't know why that guy is like just like some of them but I was like you know I feel so lucky that somebody so talented young up and coming like I've got I WANNA put you my next one and then you watch. Oh I totally like go. Then he idea of being on camera pretty much after the facts of life at played. Rod Certainly You know voice overs was exploding and I just went. Well I guess I guess I'm not supposed to and that started to put a little weight. I got a little lazy started getting a Little Patchy. And and so you know and my agent at the time just said we not fat enough to be a character actor. But you're you're having to be a leading man or a comedic leading man lose twenty pounds. I could never lose wipeouts so I like being on camera and you along comes. Joke was Allah and just wants to stick me in everything and Adam. Murray put in his book and Yes. I've got a new thing. We're on just I will say yes to almost any on camera offer. Get any little small Phil. You heard that here folks does not involve nudity mean mine nudity. Everybody else can be naked when you're preparing for an on camera role as you mentioned before. Voice acting is acting but there are obviously There's a new Layer which is you. The're human form entering when you are doing on camera work. How does that feel different for you? And do you do anything different? In terms of mentally preparing the the great thing about animation is the same great thing about acting for radio normalization. So of course. There's memorization with on Camera. So that that adds a new dimension and that adds many you know evenings of my like honey. I can't eat dinner. GotTa do my lines it all right dinner the next day going well at pizza was great. But I don't know my lies but no it I mean it's in. There is an added set of tools to it in. Obviously as the as the hackneyed phrase goes hitting your mark and knowing your eyeliner there you know it's it's just fun for me to reactivate that stuff because I started out as a stand up comic and doing on camera to couple of things in Canada and a and a little bit. You know a little bit here There was a movie in a feature film funny farm about Standup Comedians. Also Start Howie Mandel and Mike McDonald Congress to Seoul and Eileen Brennan on my God. Fantastic wishy anyway. So you know it's it's still gets back to inhabiting the character being the character finding who in you? What part of you is that character and and and bringing about because there is a part of me that is big Bob Pataki. I'm and make him up on a whole cloth he's written that way but I've got a bit of bluster to me at times I've got a little bit of you know when my wife is cooking and when my wife is cooking there's a little big Bob comes out where I go. Where are you using steak knife to a perfectly good chef's knife there that's just for that? Use The car with with you is a joy for moments link. Oh my God I have learned to shut my frigging mouth. Warranty being stopped me. Nothing more. It's when to shut the hell up. There is that part of me. It's just like Oh you know I wanted to clean easy. Go on McKay. Go Cook Clean as you go on what I've learned instead is a while she's cooking. I pick up her the vegetable shopping's and just quietly put them in the trash and I just don't make a big deal about it. You know I mean we had to come. There was some birth pangs. There was a there was a there was there was a fight around week to. I being verbal there there was. There was a moment around week to where we know we were gonNA make it because it was just screaming and yelling and and and you know it was all about trifle and orange has been good to kind of tamp down my big Bob Attack Ian you kind of bring up my bring up my Lorenzo music. I Love Lorenzo. Tell you one thing about quick. Lorenza music story because you brought in the Bob Newhart show. He also created Rota and on ghostbusters. I actually asked him one day. I said I you know he was Garfield already. Now he's being thank man and I I said to him you know Newbie that I was and still in awe of the big show business. You know it's like I always saw like sitcoms and TV dramas and feature films as something. That was way up there on a pedestal. And I it was okay for me to keep myself small and do these cartoons but that was like so unattainable and Oh my God. Especially when an argument on the air and I went to Lorenzo's what why would you do this? Why do you want to be a voice actor? Don't you miss the power of being a big producer? And he said what power you mean like a wardrobe girl comes into my office and goes so should wrote a wear. The red dress with the blue dress looking go. I don't know the ball dress. And she leaves that power he said..
"lorenzo david" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"But, but yeah, I really got the impression that he wants to leave Mobin jock of each feeling like his the very, you know, he's peacock feathers. Braised and fluttering and feeling like he's the best tennis player in the world without question and the best way to do that is to play peek raff on the dull into beat him in a physical contest. Yeah. I mean, they both produced stratospheric levels of tennis didn't I in the semi finals? And if they if they both bring that is really difficult to see how this, you know, how can this not be really match the one the one style I would add to this conversation. It's Djokovic is one is lost fourteen cents on our core against the doll. Quite lost. Now of the the eye test. Is that in the dollars playing different tennis on a court more aggressive shortening shortening, the rallies, I think is average length is on the four in this tournament. And you know, we think of the dollars grinding it out, but he's just not doing that. He's he's going for the kill. He's you know to quote, Mary Kereta, he's got he's got his findings on. He's just. Ripping all hands and. Up to his up to speed on his serve. So the big question is will this new Dowell have more of an impact against your facial hair hardcore because Djokovic on hardcore shown certainly recent times that his game can just disrupt dull the last set the Dow one on hardcourt from what I can see that the US open final in twenty thirteen six one six years ago. Yeah, it's been absolute age, and I actually compared the tennis playing now to more like tennis US opening twenty ten where he was more of. And he actually beat your commission the final that. But that was that was before conviction gone in to the mode that she went into twenty eleven winning everything. So I am backing Djokovic. But I'm very very interested to see how this new nodal how cook game copes. And if it if it doesn't co doesn't win the match. You know, what other options against your? Yeah. Well, I I would go back to the women and that we saw recently ten eight in the fifth. I can't really imagine Miguel playing better than that. And I mean, he could have gone either way, but he didn't win. Reef. Djokovic. Yeah. Yeah. Interesting. Well, I'm gonna go Djokovic vision five I'm gonna joke which and five and and when he when he walked the interview remain eve is. Derailing himself in the monk for and I said see you two AM tomorrow morning than even. Yeah. Guess. What are you going? Joe conviction for Djokovic four. Pretty much insert about what's going to happen would be so. Be such a small shift for it together. The way with the the woods of even Lendl about what's going to happen in. I can I need to is. The worst interview time that I did this morning. Whoever wins the loss point. Very helpful. And pressed him on. He said you seriously asking me on on the TV who who what will happen? Yeah. Tv interview of on. That is precisely some pay today. It is sorry, right. Well, we know what we thing. Clar Tulleson has won the the women's juniors. The girls juniors tournament Weldon hat from Denmark and your young man you've been following him blogs about yesterday. I'm a saying that's Lorenzo David, so Musset, e. Yeah. He he's only blocked tobacco. He he's only blog about. So. And you you went to watch two semifinal yesterday. You gave your scouting report in your blog. We're trying to work out how whether you whether it's possible to predict the future is this the next whatever big name or not. He wants day fourteen twelve and a third set tiebreak. Yeah. It was a more successful. You know, adventure out what someone who I didn't know huge amount about and it was earlier in the tournament with MOVA. Doesn't it? Yeah. But yeah, what a what a great match. I said in the plot to this mazzetti guy is very watchable and seeing it from bitten over this up on the road Lavery now, which by the way, I really nice that they that employ on the road Lavery and for the final partly because cool Torino today was being used for four night. It's being east full gaming gaming, and they they put oppressively saying that some of the some of the world's top famous gamers, the all have completely ridiculous names..
"lorenzo david" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"I think we can all relate to this repick about stupid things but they're not stupid like the wrong if this isn't this way it won't be right i've totally seen that in people up close it's it's exhausting it's hard to work with people when they're that obsessed over details on it's hard for them to move forward and just like let it be what it is in part to you talk about market and cultivating patrons and if everybody is you can never know enough about it how do you cultivate patrons what do you think is most important for people to take away from that part so when i think of patronage today i mean first of all i think back to michelangelo and his patron was one of his patrons was lorenzo david each e and this is kind of the first domino to fall in his life he ends up apprentice seeing for an an artist named girl in dial for only about a year so and then he moves in the msci household where which is a game changer for him he's a young teenage boy ends up growing up with future popes and princes and the madisha household and it changes his life and it elevates him from being just another artist to becoming the wealthiest artists of his time mostly through social connection and this is the interesting thing about art is there is privilege and opportunity and all these things that you like well of course you know because he had this and yeah i mean that's a reality however i think the age that we live in today the playing field is a lot more level at least in terms of you've got an idea you've got a thing you've got a story something to share what the world you have the tools to get it out there but as you begin to use those tools one of the ways that you can accelerate your success is find somebody who i call patron but basically it's somebody with a lot of influence that.
"lorenzo david" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Meanwhile it is actually progress where they had a deal pending ownership approval on both sides and i had been briefed on on louis montagu part of it but didn't know the trade and he said so we'll need approval and i i want to walk through it i said well i wanna walk through it but i'm just going to tell you the outset approved because you know christian is one of the best players in baseball and you know we felt as we were looking at this and it's somewhat counter intuitive but you know we felt that if you added to extremely well ram players one of them has world series rain to to this collection of players one eighty six games that that was gonna somewhat supercharge what we were doing and whatever challenges that may create in terms of you know how you move positions around and whatnot that's that's a high class problem so i was very excited about it we had a meter excitement because i was going to have to prove it to and they were mike he'll etiquette to derrick jeeter and then exchange medical information and you never really know what you see when you know and what they would see in newer players are healthy but they would have to think so by wise up to think you know christian was is healthy and so till was done it's never done but then the next day late afternoon i guess you got the good news and i know in the baseball ops for a lot of cheering going on when it was and it was consummated martha archer standpoint is it frustrating when you have such a slow off season really around all of baseball you went into the off season knowing that he wanted to improve the club in a big way and you do this past week but it is it tough to sit there for a few months there when not a lot is happening it's tough because you know you as you move in one direction versus another and you've tried to put the pieces together you sort of get frozen right so we would have always traded for christian yelich but what we lorenzo kane versus some other things had to line up or not lineup and these things take time lorenzo david nice spent two hours with lorenzo and is agent in fact maybe a little over two hours in my office a few weeks ago it's.
"lorenzo david" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Sort of get get frozen right so we would have always traded for christian yellowish but what we were doing with lorenzo cain versus some other things you know had to add to wine out and or not line up and uh in all these things take time lorenzo david nice spent two hours with lorenzo and is agent in aleppo in effect maybe a little over two hours in my office a few weeks ago it it said in a a crossroads decision for him in his career and you know and so that's very important we want to give him the time to think through that and then likewise for us we you know it sort of put a few other things on hold so we you know this week because he was our first choice and so i would say razer level of frustration but it it certainly now we it's interesting we i was looking at the they give me here nice things about being the owner of a team is you got a bunch of talking points so you can come to something like this and they were prepared early this week and you know as looking at last night and they're all say you know you haven't done much this offseason what about that and hours get explained doing nothing is so but you don't get it could have veto could have gone in in uh the other way obc discussions are are happening at their fluid of they are all going as a raw supposed to be fortified can i think a lot of nervousness mark look at those made last week can say all right that there's during the bush chips you're in the middle of the table is that accurate and if you're going to start to push the don't you have to just push and then all the way so we decided david and man arnold came out to los angeles at the end of his new offseason i live there at the end of october and we.