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Iran Blamed For Threatening Election Emails, U.S. Intelligence Officials Say
"Rodriguez. Rodriguez. These These actions actions are are desperate desperate attempts attempts by by desperate desperate adversary. adversary. The The government's government's top top intelligence intelligence official, official, John John Radcliffe, Radcliffe, announcing announcing Russia Russia and and Iran Iran have have stolen stolen voter registration data to try to interfere with the U. S election. Election law expert David Becker. This is overwhelmingly designed to diminish voter confidence to get us to doubt our own system's officials say Tehran was behind those emails sent to voters claiming to be from the far right group
Top intelligence officers say Iran, Russia stole voter information to create chaos
"Actions are desperate attempts by desperate adversary. The government's top intelligence official, John Radcliffe, announcing Russia and Iran have stolen voter registration data to try to interfere with the U. S election. Election law expert David Becker. This is overwhelmingly designed to diminish voter confidence to get us to doubt our own system's officials say Tehran was behind those emails sent to voters claiming to be from the far right group Proud Boys.
John Gorman Discusses the Use of Opportunity Zones to Address Social Determinants
"To the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David. Intra Cosso. During this podcast saw discussed efforts to address social determinants of health with John Gorman chairman of the nightingale partners and founder and former Executive Chairman of Gorman Health Group. John Welcome to the program. Thanks David. Great to be here. especially with another native DC guy here most welcome John's by is, of course, posted on the podcast website. Briefly on background, the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic has exposed. The country's failed to adequately address the social determinants of health. Generally defining health access and quality education, economic circumstances, food security, social conditions, and environmental factors. It is estimated that where people live work and socialize determines as much as sixty percent of their health status. Whereas formal medical care accounts for just ten percent. For example concerning. Circumstances forty years of wage stagnation among lower income earners has left forty five percent of working age Americans. With either no health care insurance for insurance without a pocket expenses so high. They avoid sinking care went for example, they developed covid nineteen related symptoms. Healthcare policy makers have slowly begun to take an interest in addressing sto ages as a way to improve health delivery by increasing increasing appropriate utilization and reducing costs. For example, Medicare, advantage plans which enroll more than one third of all Medicare beneficiaries have recently been given regulatory authority to offer Ma benificiary supplemental benefits beyond medical care such as mail deliveries, home modifications, and Personal Care Services. With beginning, discuss, addressing, social determine, specifically use of what are termed opportunities zones. Again. John Gorman. So Jon with that as background. Louis. Begin by asking if you could provide a brief overview of nightingale. Sure David Nangle partners is one of these weird opportunities zone funds that came out of trump's big tax giveaway bill It was actually Cory Booker's program that was designed to encourage investment in real estate and disadvantaged communities and I was sitting on my ass retired last spring and got a notification that the irs had just completely revamped the rags to allow opportunities own capital to be used not just for real estate investment. But also for leases one portly for working capital or for meeting the business requirements of a new company inside one of the nine thousand roughly nine thousand opportunities zones around the country and those opportunities owns David are all. Severely, economically disadvantaged and more importantly medically underserved, and because the irs allowed now opportunities own capital to be used for working capital for meeting business requirements. That's what opened the door to allow us to use opportunities on Capitol to make large scale investments in social determinants of health intervention. So nightingale partners with insurers with health systems with large medical groups to finance design launch, and where necessary execute on our goals to improve. The quality of care for vulnerable populations. In this country, a lot of people like to say and I love it that we packed a Republican billionaire tax shelter in order to improve care for black drought people on that gets me up every morning. Sir Thank you. So this as you noted, this was a provision in the December seventeen tax bill. Specifically page one, hundred, and thirty. This was picked up this previous legislation as you noted, that as you mentioned senator from New Jersey Cory Booker but also the South Carolina African American Republican, the only one Tim Scott. So this is picked up in the tax bill previous legislation and you mentioned the nine thousand. So these are census tracts that meet this low income community criteria wrote and then explain to me. Governors than have to select a discrete number. That could benefit from this. Tax Advantage program is that correct doubts correct and there was a little bit of mischief but some of the governors in the designation of some of those areas and there's been, you know some gamesmanship with this story like you know Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey is. Used an opportunity zone fund open up frigging LAUNDROMAT. In Asbury, Park with Bruce, springsteen cats not the kind of stuff that we do. I'm not surprised to hear that I guess the former governor is a is obsessed with. Mr Asbury Park and again just so on. Understand better more clearly, this is the tax advantage here is that by investing the capital gains on your investment, you can avoid paying the. Twenty three percent the capital gains tax and that basically. Sure go ahead, go ahead. Well, basically, the way it works is that if you invest money or capital gains in and opportunities zone and you leave it in for at least ten years, not only is the initial investment completely tax free but then all of the proceeds that you make on that investment are completely tax free. So high net worth individuals. And family offices large corporations the generate large amounts of capital gains love this program, and indeed it opened up about six point two trillion dollars in available capital based on the amount of capital gains that we generate in our economy. So of that amount, David Roughly a hundred billion dollars has been invested thus far into opportunities zones off. The roughly eight months programs operate. And again, the idea is the long leave the money and means completely tax free for ten years out of step seven years you pay are you're eighty five percent excuse but I know that that number surprises me would you say this this this one, hundred, billion, his far more than was estimated when the legislation was passed. No I think it's probably rolling out slower than A lot of folks had hoped and as you can imagine, the vast majority of those deals that have been done thus far has been around real estate and real estate redevelopment certainly in the healthcare sector I think we're still the only firm out here. That's a healthcare focus opportunities on fund it. You know it we've been the only ones to my knowledge. So we're you know we're granted here, but we have yet even break a billion, but we're that's our goal.
Pope endorses same-sex civil unions for the first time as pontiff
"Francis became the first pontiff to endorse same sex civil unions in comments for a decade, a documentary that premiered in Rome on Wednesday. Diocese. Pittsburgh diocese, Bishop David Subic told Katie Radios, Lind Hayes Friedland. That doesn't change anything. The pope is talking about civil unions. It's very clear that the pope is not advocating for same sex marriages. Nor could he ever advocate for that as well to because that's one of the one of the tenants of the Catholic Church. For sure. Bishop Zubak says church doctrine remains unchanged
U.S. government concludes Iran was behind threatening emails sent to Democrats
"The director of National intelligence, John Requip, and FBI director Christopher Wray. Morning that Iran is behind phony emails threatening voters in several states. According to Radcliffe, Iran sent out spoof emails to intimidate voters incite unrest and damage. President Trump. Radcliffe offered this advice to voters who received such a threat. Do not allow these efforts. To have their intended effect. If you receive an intimidating or manipulative female in your inbox. Don't be alarmed. And do not spread it. In addition to sending out the emails, Radcliffe said Iran is posting videos online, implying fraudulent ballots could be cast both domestically and from overseas locks is David Lee Miller says. The intelligence chief also warns Russia is trying to spread false information to undermine confidence in the American
Will a face mask keep you safe from viruses on a plane?
"Months now, health officials in Hong Kong have meticulously tested contract all passengers who land in the city. So they know which passengers boarded a plane infected with cove nineteen and whether or not the infected anyone else. David Friedman is an infectious disease doctor at the University of Alabama. At Birmingham he's been analyzing this data with a specific focus on one airline Emirates Airlines where since about April they've had very very rich masking emerets not only requires masks but ensures passengers wear them. Friedman. Examined the airlines flights to Hong Kong, in June and July what he found is telling. During that time Emirates had five flights with at least seven infected people on board and yet on off I flights no one else onboard got infected. Those are flights that you should be high risk and where there was no transmission on another flight at a Dubai Twenty, seven infected people boarded a single plane for an eight hour trip. Guess how many other passengers got sick there Appears to have been to invite transmissions to Friedman says that without the masks he would have expected many more cases. In fact, scientists have not documented one super spreading event on a plane since airlines began to require masks together all this suggests masks are working. There's encouraging evidence from a number of flights that masking does helped greatly, but it would be nice to study at better. If, feel like the risk on the plane with masks is low, the circumstantial evidence is that risk is low if you have Richard Masking in that last part is key to keep the risk low on planes. Everyone needs to keep the mask on the entire flight why Lindsey Mar? At Virginia Texas Plains have excellent air ventilation systems which can remove corona virus particles from the air about every six minutes. So the only opportunity to be the virus that's in the air as if it gets to you before it goes through. That ventilation system, and so that's only going to happen if you're sitting close to the person who's sick because of planes ventilation systems, your risk comes almost entirely from the people sitting around you. That risk is lower when they have on masks. If someone is sick, they could be releasing virus into the air, the mask blogs that it prevents the virus from getting out in droplets and aerosols. A mask also reduces how much virus breathe then and it stops big drops spit from hitting your mouth and nose for these reasons Marseille's. Flies, she carefully chooses which mass to where if I'm flying I use my best mask. It has a couple of layers of hupa filters that remove more than ninety nine percent of articles on the plane I want the best there is to if you have access to an in ninety five mask or even a P. One, hundred respirator use that just make sure it fits properly in keep in mind it doesn't protect your eyes though. So this is where you might WANNA consider wearing a facial or goggles or some other kind of protection also remember to keep surfaces around you clean, avoid touching your face and be quiet. When we talk, we can admit ten times more virus particles than when we're silent. Finally Friedman says, don't forget to wear a mask in socially distance throughout the whole travel process including well boarding and exiting the plane I mean you can control people getting on getting office just because everybody rushes off. For this reason Friedman says he and his wife aren't flying this year for Thanksgiving.
Minnesota family saves energy through simple living
"David Abbas Finland Minnesota keeps his freezer on the porch. Because, guess what it zero lot in northern Minnesota and so our stuff is frozen without the motor running at all. It's just one of the ways that Abbasi families save energy at their rural offer at home and farm the heat with Wood and get water from a well pumped by a windmill. What electricity they do need is generated by solar panels. Abbass says they live simply, but he does not think of it as a sacrifice. I think there's a lot of joy to be had. For example when it's time to fetch some frozen food, we've actually step outside and guess what the stars are beautiful where I live to educate people about conserving energy, and after Living Abaas offers workshops, classes, and internships at the farm. He tried to help others find pleasure in protecting the planet and the billions of lives. It supports I think our farm and other experiences like that. Provide that opportunity for people fall in love with what's around them and just imagine if the world were filled with people that were thinking about how much they love each other and the world how much better the world would be.
How Bandon Dunes revolutionized golf
"There aren't many golf courses in the world that are better than Bandon dunes but bannon's lasting legacy isn't as a golf course it doesn't idea. That north. America can have true links golf and even better that it can have remote golf courses that can turn into bucket lists destinations. Plenty of course have followed in. BANDON footsteps like cabot links to Nova Scotia or sand Bali and Wisconsin. It's a movement. But it sure didn't start that way. I'm to chair on today's drop zone. Here's how one course in nowhere Oregon turned into an entire movement all by accident. The story of Bandon, Dunes begins with David McLay Kidd A. Scottish. Twenty six year old who had dreamt of becoming a golf course architect but had no concrete path to making that happen. So back in nineteen ninety, four I was twenty six years old and working for the. Detail in Scotland My father was a the golf courses manager and I was working for the development division of. Detail effectively. And I was hating all the Gulf Bar and I was a wannabe golf course architect type I'd done a couple little things but nothing really of any note. And Mike Kaiser Have Franko Rick Summers who's the current owner of PGA Goldman? Zine And Mike said to rick SARS I've got this piece of land on the Oregon coast a WanNa build on authentic Scottish Irish links experience who you guys she'd higher I'm thinking of hiring you know told Vase Your Jack Nicklaus or Pete Dye or a Rick said will you should hire a Scottish golf course architect if you want something authentic in a Mike Chuckled and said, I, would but the old died one hundred years ago. At this point, it wasn't just mcclay kid who was an unknown the Golf World Mike Kaiser was to. He'd made his money by bringing a fresh mindset to the greeting card business decades before need proven to be a smart businessman. But. That doesn't guarantee any success as a wannabe course developer. As an outsider is first instinct might have been a hire a big name architect someone from the establishment to give his project credibility. But maybe he had it in the back of his mind that fellow outsider would be a more proper fit. So he invites David McLay kidd the remote site on the Oregon coast to check things out. and. So I arrived on the state. With my dad. So holding my hand and we will the sixteen hundred acres I remember. Mike Mike is wasn't there. I'd never ma'am yet. He's a caretaker shorty who even then in the seventeenth was our chaperone for the week. So David and his father walked the property with his caretaker shorty Dow and they're thinking themselves. What if you're doesn't know any better? What if he might hire a no name? But shorty keeps asking mcclay kids, business card and eventually he gives them one. In short, he pulls out a stack of cards. He's recently collected mcclay. Kid realizes that every major golf course architect has walked the same site and I realized that might Kaiser was pretty astute and he was he was looking at every possible option as an architect to do this. This set something off in mcclay kid if he's going to be an underdog, well, he may as well act like one. At that point I think I go a little a fire in my Bailey probably because I realized that this guy was never going to hire me I have anything to show I there was no way I was twenty six. So he's going to hire some big name but Hale I'm not going to leave here with my gender my chest I'm gonNA leave with my hailed high. So I went to the local drugstore I bought a dozen sheets of poster board and a few marker pains and I rule what would now be considered a powerpoint presentation. I did it on poster boards with a Marker Pens And Mike Kaiser flew in a few days later in his private jet with some of the executives from Cambridge sports and some of his buddies and I laid. half a dozen or dot com you remember no posterboards that told Mike Kaiser this rich guy from Chicago with a great piece of land, what it would take to build. A true authentic links course in America, and I did so with kind a little chip on my shoulder because I figured with my relatively limited knowledge of Link School Golf in America that there was nothing authentic I was told Pebble beach was a links course doesn't look like it to me I. I was told you know the latest Gulf course by whichever. PGA Pro you WanNa pick a that was in the mountains of southern California was a links course was the farthest thing from the truth. So when I painted I a scenario to Mike Kaiser I said, Hey, if you really want to build a true links course in America years, what it takes and I had a half a dozen points and there were absolutely critical. Such as. You can't have golf carts. There's no golf carts in the British isles, you walk. There's no fancy clubhouse I on the ocean. That's where you put the best green. The clubhouse is back in a corner. The base land is Gulf. The fairways aren't flat. They're pitching in tumbling. There aren't any lakes. There's no babbling streams. There's no car pass. The grasses we use these old style firm grasses van may even have told him there's no arrogation. Can't quite remember what if I said none on a of the bunkers aren't these or MIBA Cloverleaf shapes there these pulp bunkers. Are there to punish the bowl not to Be Up on the week. And as I went through this explanation of links Gulf. Mike had a wry smile on his face and in his. Cohorts laughed openly I load at the ridiculousness of such thought in the sophisticated Gulf market of the United States. I assume that when my father and I left the very next day, we would never hear from Mike Kaiser Regain are crazy Scottish ideas of goal in America were just that while. American. Goal for would traits all the way to the southern. Shores to play golf in the wind and rain and walk and find themselves in eight. Pulp on Kerr surrounded by facie grasses and pitching fear waste were not a single flat lies available such a scenario could never ever work.
He is the Lord of All (Psalm 82:18)
"In the last, pray the word episode, we prayed SOM- chapter seventy, two verses one through seven over leaders and our government and four leaders in our government. Based on a prayer for the King of God's people blowing the Old Testament. Psalms Chapter Eighty two. So we're GONNA pray in this episode the next couple of moments, and it's a picture of God. In his rule and his reign and his Justice and asking God to judge asking God to show his Justice in the world. So I wanna read it and then let it lead us directly into praying according to what God by his spirit has inspired. And these words that are a prayer for God to assert his rule and reign to manifest his justice in the world. So I'm chapter eighty, two verse one. God has taken his place in the Divine Council. In the midst of the Gods, he holds judgment. How long will you judge unjustly and show partiality to the wicked? Give justice to the week and the fatherless. Maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute. Rescue the week and the needy. Deliver them from the hand of the wicked. They have neither knowledge nor understanding they walk about in darkness. Foundations of the Earth are shaken. I said, you are gods, sons of the most high, all of you. Nevertheless like men you shall die. And Fall like any Prince. Arise O God judge the Earth for usual inherit all the nations. Oh. God We. Praise you. As the judge of the Earth. As the king. Overall. Kings. The Lord Overall Lords the God over all. Little G lower. Case G God's. You are sovereign. Ruler of all and we are so glad you are we exalt you In a world where princes. Kings. Queens. dictators. Prime Ministers. Presidents come and go they rise and the fall and you remain over them all. You, rule over them all and so we are asking today for you to do exactly what Jesus taught us to pray for for your kingdom to come for your will be done on earth as it is in heaven hallowed, be your name all the earth we pray. Show Your Justice Show Your Mercy Show Your Love Show your righteousness and near three pray that you would give justice to the week. You would give justice to the fatherless Scotteri pray for. Orphans. Don't have mom and Dad Cuffy pray for your justice for them. We pray that you would maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute guttering pray for your provision for the afflicted and the destitute. He you and bring rescue for the week and rescue for the needy that you would deliver them from the hand of the wicked. God We pray that you would do these things as we pray for the Scott We. Pray that you would help. Any and all of us. Who have any part, to play. In, seeing this prayer answered got to know how you are calling US each of us individually together as your church. To. Give justice to the week and the fatherless. To. Defend the right of the afflicted and the destitute. To. Rescue the week in the needy and deliver them from the hand of the wicked God we. Offer our lives to you our families to you our. Resources to you, we pray that you would help us to be a reflection. Of Your Justice in your mercy in this world until Jesus returns. Fundamentally, by proclaiming Jesus. Coming King. God, please use today to share the gospel with somebody else to introduce them to Jesus. And then God help us to live. Lives that a chord with the Gospel that are worthy of the Gospel that are a reflection of your love and your grace and your truth. Even as we pray Psalm Eighty, two, eight, Arise O. God. judged the earth usual inherit all the nations. Bring about your justice we pray with the saints who are before you in heaven as we see in revelation, how long will bring about your justice replay come Lord Jesus come quickly. Until you come help us to be faithful reflection. Of Your Justice and mercy and a world in need around us in a country in need around us, we pray Psalm Eighty, two in Jesus name. Amen.
Guidelines for the Leader and Commander
"Is Jaakko podcast number two, fifty two. With Dave Burke and me Jaakko willink good evening. Dave. Good Evening Echo Charles is taking care of some other business. On the last podcast. Number two, fifty, one with Leif and we started getting into the book guidelines for the leader and Commander by General Bruce Clark but we only made it thirteen pages in two and a half hours, and it's one hundred, seventeen page book. To, recap a little bit, this is a book that I searched for for over a decade I originally heard about this book in my favorite book, which is called about face by colonel. David Hackworth. Finally, found a copy a month and a half ago. and. So here we are just a little background once again on General Bruce. Kark. World War One. World War Two Korea enlisted in one thousand, nine hundred and up going to west point colonel in World War Two. Then a general commanded the Fourth Armored Division in Patents Third Army. Battle the Bulge Distinguished Service Cross three silver stars forty five years. Of Service? And then spend a bunch of time not only leading troops but also training troops or overseeing training commands so. Awesome Career Hackworth talked about him glowingly in the book about face and That's where that's where the star took me a long time to find this book. Who did somebody texted me about it. And said, it was the white whale. that. It was definitely hard for me find this book, but we have it and that's it. That's what we're GonNa do where do you go back into this book? So here we go back into guidelines for the leader and commander by Bruce General Bruce C Clarke. This section starts off with administration some thoughts for the commander. And he says inflammation, I would like to point out the close. Interrelationship between training programs. And Sound. Overall management. So this is something you know when you're that young gung-ho leader. That just thinks, hey, where you're operate whatever that operation is whether it's shooting machine guns or whether that's out selling things or making things and you think, Hey, I'm I'm on the front lines I'm going to make things happen and you think all the administrative stuff you shouldn't have to worry about. That's not me. And I know many individuals that are like that I know one individual in particular like that whose name is Jaakko. 'cause I was definitely like that. Many commanders. I should say I. was like that when I was younger because I absolutely I realize this and you can hear. We'll talk about the paperwork drills that we had to do and how. Life. Came to me. We shouldn't have to do this stuff and I said Oh we're going to do it and we do a better than anybody else. So I figured this out but it is it is definitely a learning moment that people have and so why not learn it right now many commanders are defeated by poor administration. Imagine that just that statement many commanders are defeated by poor administration not defeated because they were tactically unsound not defeated because they made bad decisions not defeated because they couldn't come up with a good plan they fail because their administrative losers. Without. Sound Administration at Commander CanNot Succeed in his training and maintenance programs. Good. Administration is nothing more than applied common sense. I'm including here a number of items that may well be considered a checklist of indicators of sound. Administration. Number. One. Importance of time. The principal coordinating device in the army is time. Learn the proper time space factors. So you can be on time and make reasonable demands of your subordinates. So. So that's number one by the way, which is probably why you hear a lot of talk about time management. Just think about the idea that the first thing he's GonNa say is time this is someone who clearly understands that have all the resources in the world that we have. That's the one that matters the most because we just can't produce more of. I was GONNA say it's the it's the one that matters the most and it's the absolute one that we have the least control much control. You have time you zero you cannot stop it. You cannot bring it back. You gotta say the power curve. I hate that fewing. I hate that feeling and let me tell you what. I realized this a while back. So when you go to the airport if you show up at the airport late. In now look TSA doesn't care that you're late the baggage handler doesn't care that you're late the uber driver does not care what time your planes leaving they're they're doing what they're doing, and so what that does is it takes you have no control. Over that time once it started to commence, what do you have control over going to the airport a little bit earlier? That's all. That's all not that big of a deal. Go to the airport a little earlier, and you won't have to worry about TSA. You won't have to worry about baggage you won't have to worry about. How long it takes for the Uber driver or the left let's give proper. Credit or lift driver to show up and bring you to the airport. Not so so how'd you get control? You can't control time once it's unfolding you can't bring it back you have to you have to plan for appropriately. And there's a there's a sense of urgency and I have a pretty good sense of urgency and you you may have may or may not I know like at the monster especially the earlier musters when we weren't. When the backside wasn't quite the well oiled machine that it is now certainly as a well oiled machine now the early musters do. Not a Well oiled machine. So on the on the front side, people would know that when Leith and I were walking out on stage at eight o'clock in the morning, we had two hours sleep because we had to do whatever we had to do behind the scenes and that's just the way it was. I can feel I can feel. When the shortage of time in fact, I think I feel the shortage of time every single day single waking minute.
Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey, Husband Sued For Home Confrontation With Black Lives Matter Demonstrators
"Matter Protestors of all the civil lawsuit against the L. A County D, a Jackie Lacey and her husband for an incident back in March, of which David Lacey allegedly pointed a gun at the demonstrators when they showed up at the Lacy's home on their doorstep. The D A's husband is already facing misdemeanor charges for the incident. But now several members of the group that walked up to the Lacey's Granada Hills home, including black lives matter, organizer Molina Abdullah are going after the Lacey's with the civil suit. We did not expect to be Threatened to be shot for stepping onto the public porch of a public official attorney Carl Douglas were protesters, not some criminal element. But the Lacey's attorney claims the group filed the lawsuit now for political reasons, because the D A is facing a tough re election bid. Douglas didn't dispute that. This is a public official, and this horrific case speaks to her judgment. The activists say. They went to the ladies. Home because the D A has refused to meet with the group about deadly police shootings. But Jackie Lacey has contended in the past that all the activists want to do is yell and scream and not let her speak. John
Credible reports protesters shot dead in Nigeria
"In Nigeria's largest city legos reports are coming in of security forces opening fire tonight on unarmed demonstrators the demonstrators had been protesting in fact against police brutality according to several eyewitnesses the live rounds hit several people details on casualties have not yet been confirmed. This evening's violence erupted after the Lagos State government imposed a twenty four hour curfew in response to the growing protests against police violence. Yesterday protesters blocked a major expressway in Lagos and also targeted the main airport shutting down terminals Judeh John was a lawyer and journalist and Lagos earlier today I asked him how people in the city were responding to the curfew. People in a frenzy panicked people are constant appointments people are running home. Lagos notorious for heavy traffic transportation is a nightmare and so I've just feel so sad for people who would have to be rushing home and David cuts under ruled. It's well before many people usually get home from work. I've even seen suggestions on twitter cautioning those not close to home to head to a hotel. Why did authorities take such action what prompted this Nigeria's security systems if the mess that incentivized protect powerful on the privilege against citizens The government in this atmosphere of chaos. Must have made strategy conclusion that the easiest thing to do is keep everybody hope. Just a sense of will not have the capacity to contain spiraling protests on. We should do the easiest thing for us to do to keep this on their ups. The problem with that is that citizens expect that the government should be taken action to protect constitional protests citizenship but the punished. For the government's inability to secure life on property, which ironically is the point of the protests in the first place. So while I can send me a tree she, it's the thinking that led to this. It said Selena against them because even though you can see, yes, people understand that we care on this trees the government was trying to get control over fluid situation. Students expected mental thought of a better way to do this that doesn't infringe on the rights of peaceful protests on the rights of freedom of assembly. So today when you say the police system in Nigeria a mess, a lot of Nigerians point I two SARS a special anti robbery squad, the unit that actually prompted all these protests and now the demands of the protesters have grown beyond just a narrow focus on the SARS unit. What are protesters calling for? Now any serious blended engaged government should have anticipated that the conditions that covid nineteen hundred presented would stimulate already restless citizenry to get on the streets in Nigeria. Young people overwhelmingly. Tired, of bad, governance, they're tired of what appears to be disengaged disconnected. Government, that's the crux of the matter people just feel like the government's a disconnected from the demand the desires of every major ends what people are really tired of is Goldman that doesn't care when citizens die. That's the problem and onto citizens believe that the government is not just going to react to the protests at the time. The government understands that this is about disappointment in the system. The demands will keep on multiplying.
U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial
"Vaccine Trials are happening all over the globe today. The UK government announced funding for phase. One of something called a human challenge trial for a corona virus vaccine. The process will require young healthy volunteers to be infected with the virus in an effort to speed up vaccine testing a company called H Vivo and Imperial College London. Have the contract is set up the first part of that process. Here's more from the world's caroline dealer the idea itself sounds wild intentionally infect people with the very virus returning our lives upside down to avoid. People hear about these trials. Many people's immediate reaction is, how could it be ethical but Oxford bioethicist deb Yom row gic says, it's possible if certain conditions are met one of those conditions is that the expected benefits of the research outweigh the risks. In this case, how many infections could we prevent if we developed a vaccine sooner? For example, in a typical clinical trial thousands of people are injected with a test vaccine and sent out into the world to see if they still get infected naturally that's happening now with several corona virus vaccine candidates, but Andrew Catchpole. The, chief scientific officer at H., Vivo the company launching this human challenge trial says that takes time normal traditional trials involve many thousands of subjects take many many months to complete in human challenge trials, which HP VO has been running for decades. A small number of healthy volunteers would be intentionally infected with the coronavirus after getting jabbed with a trial vaccine to see if it works. What happens is because everybody is given the disease, you're able to determine efficacy in a matter of weeks. These types of tiles have been used for centuries and in the recent past have. Sped up the development of typhoid and cholera vaccines. The agreement announced by the UK government today is just for the first step of this contract to manufacture and test Raina the virus to use in trials it still has to be approved by regulators and an ethics panel. If it is between thirty and ninety volunteers could start being injected with just the test virus, not yet any vaccine as soon as the beginning of next year so far nearly three thousand people in the UK have signed up to volunteer for a challenge trial. One of them is allaster frazier ORCA. White indefinite convinced. The Human Josh all has essential to advising Ovalles, scenes, population way more quickly lift on them on opinion the risk is small enough to travel participants that we need to take that risk frazier ORCA put off going to university for a year to work with one day sooner, a nonprofit group advocating for human challenge trials and signing up volunteers. He says the Tom Channel some of the fear of living through a pandemic into something that feels productive grandma custos. My Dodd might catch his out his risk. So kind of on a personal level the. Volunteer volunteers will be paid somewhere around five thousand dollars insurance cover healthcare costs. For any complications they will quarantine in a special nineteen dead unit at the Royal Free, hospital in London for an expected two weeks after virus exposure. Again, Andrew Catch Paul from h Vivo. A first priority was doing these studies is the safety of the volunteers. So for that reason, we go very strict criteria about those who. Will be eligible to participate. Volunteers must be between eighteen and thirty healthy with no pre existing conditions. But there's a more controversial criteria that scientists are wrestling with right now whether to exclude volunteers of color because there is data suggest that there is a potential for increased risk. The UN says Kobe nineteen is disproportionately affecting racial and ethnic minorities around the globe including in Brazil the UK and the US. K. Government figures, black men in England and Wales are more than two and a half times more likely to die of cope in nineteen than white men. Some of that is explained by socioeconomic status in pre existing conditions. But Dhillon David Kumar, a physician and professor at University College London says it's more than that. They're also other underlying causes racism discrimination for example, being an underlying cause which are not easy to count foreign. Announces such as this Dave Qamar said, he's the health impacts of racism and xenophobia. He says, well, it's important to note that raises a social construct, not biological. The effects of racism in tells in ways that can be hard to identify. So you can't hold constant the discrimination someone's face throughout their life. You can't hold constant the environment someone grownup in the levels of air pollution kinds of housing that they've lifting throughout their life. So. There are differences in outcomes amongst racial groups. David Kamar isn't familiar with this specifics of this study proposal, but he says he can understand the reason for picking volunteers who are at the lowest possible risk for getting really sick. Charles cordray chief officer for the Caribbean and African Health Network sees it differently. It's really disappointing people of Color. In clinical trials that's partly due to legacy of racist medical experiments. By white doctors and kwok-wah dray says the idea of excluding people of color from this trial would add to the distrust mistrust and the lack of trust has come about as a result of decades of sometimes how we need to respond so quickly but what is meant is that there's a whole section of people. Fair much. whose voices are not being head HBO is still making a decision about whether and how to include people of Color in the first phase of this trial when they're testing out the safest way to infect people with the actual virus the company hasn't designed protocols yet for the actual vaccine-testing in hopes quickly follows the volunteer criteria for this stage of the study will be finalized and handed over to UK regulators and an ethics panel by
Unraveling MiCA and the New Regulations Threatening Crypto in Europe
"That's that's enough about France. Let's because our list get bored with with all the stuff that's very specific to France. But let's broaden it a little bit and talk about Europe and where where there's a lot at stake here, and this is GonNa be the bulk of conversation. We're talking, of course, the digital finance package which was. Drafted and released in late September. So just for context, what are the high level principles of cryptocurrency regulation in Europe one of the major frameworks that cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency actors fall under in EU? Okay. There's Hugh big ways of regulating cryptos in your roof basically we can shit. Yeah. Two a way of regulating the first one is considering the that crypto assets are a securities. All of them and make them full into the financial regulation in general. So that's the approach taken by Germany and a few other countries. So if you are operating his. Exchange in Germany than you have to be a regulated. Financial Exchange that that's a that's as simple as that. So. That's the first the first way of doing it, which is quite easy to do of course, but can lead to some inefficiencies. Patient. Because the financial regulation is is very strong and very difficult to apply for a small actors like And then you have the countries that try to create a dedicated from Fokker to us. Already mentioned France of course did this but you have. Your mountain you're. They'll have like a crypto license. where basically you you described project and you you have specific allegation. That are adapted to the crypto asset and that may mentioned for example, custody this Kanye to the DESTIG- sector. So these are bespoke regimes that are created by national governments in order to help players and startups in the crypto space get started without all the encumbrances and red tape and everything of a very. Complex Regulatory Framework as exists in the financial space. That's a the LAKME. Exactly. And then on top of this. Irrespective of the of the local regulation, there's an obligation for each member state to. Put into place regulations on Koa mill for all the all the exchanges that David with Euro and all the custodians that's from a you regulation. So needs to be apply everywhere in the. And see the animals five. Directive. CRYPTOCURRENCY startups in Europe are regulated at a level by Amil Five, which implies at every exchange or custodian conducts L. Kyc on their customers but other than. Other than this specific. know-your-customer regulation there hasn't been until now a framework at the level to regulate things like. You know specifically how tokens are listed by exchanges or Stable, coins or things like ICO's until now, these have mostly been regulated at a local level. Executive okay. So let's let's now jump into this Israel finance package. What. Is this digital finance package that was released by the Commission and? How does it change fundamentally this this situation that we're currently. Yeah. So the digital finance package, it's a big badge very, very big. Named suggests it converse everything digital and finance, and the objective of the digital finance package is basically to make the EU competitive you know Narita where the financing finance is increasingly digitize so very broad and diverse. That's a lot of different regulations that covers a lot of different areas. But of course, what interests us is, if you QBC's of this regulation that will concern specifically the crypt assets industry namely the Mecam regime, a markets data sets. And then at the pilots regime for the security tokens, those are the two components that are specifically targeted to drip to assets in rural. So basically assets registered on a blockchain and. The idea behind this dysregulation is to consider the criticism very specific new as clubs. So it's quite zooming out to the approach that was taken by friends, for example, that the really considering the group that as as a different industry as the other ones and to create a specific set of groups. An spoke regime that will apply to those actors and to the staff teaching. So that that's what will happen and that's that's what the the regime sets since motion. Every single crypto assets ACTA in euro will be regulated by camp. And everything will issue of security token gay news, the pipe between, which is very specific some kind of sandbox Okay. So, when you say every single crypto currency actor in Europe will be regulated under Meka. I think we're GONNA spend most of this time talking about Meka because the one that concerns defy more so than the the pilot regime, but we'll talk about that but. When you say every single actor who you talking about here give us some examples of like who are the people who are the companies that are getting affected and regulated by this. Broadly speaking meka is the creating a new category vectors. The Cold Crypto said service provider. So shocked providing service whispered doesn't you fall into this category and it's very inspired from The financial regulation. So basically, the crypto asset service providers, the custodians. Trading Platforms Exchange execution of older reception and transmission of all those of us. It's so if you look at the different financial services in Mifid, which is the financial regulation, the Euro. Just, a cookie based basically adapted, of course, because there's the custody, but for the finance photo crypto has had sexto. So if you are providing service got an intermediary basically exchange, you help people by yourselves to assets, you advise them on guitar sets you will be a regulated under the regulation. So you all catch. and. Then there's a regulator about of the regulation that is focused on the issuance of quotas. Any issue of will also be regulated. What is the meaning of a for issuing protested? And there's specific. Dispositions on stable coins, and this is a very, very sensitive topic with a lot of pages of regulation just to give you an idea. The whole regulation is like a hundred and seventy six pages so to just on meteorology allergy and stable going bar is like a
Letterman Confronts Kim Kardashian West About Working With Trump
"Kim Kardashian refuses to take the bait in David Letterman's Netflix Siri's Here's Michelle Pelino Kim Kardashian was warned to steer clear of the White House. The reality star who worked with President Trump on prison reform. Sat down with David Letterman for his Netflix show. My Next guest needs no introduction in 2018 Kardashian convinced the president to commute the sentence of Alice Johnson. Letterman, who has been a critic of the president, Press Kardashian on how she felt working with Donald Trump, she said, Trust me. Everyone called me and said, Don't you dare step foot in that White House or your reputation is done. But Kardashian did not speak about the president and wouldn't divulge who she's voting for. This. Siri's drops on Netflix home Wednesday.
Talking Pixel 5 with Android Central and Android Police
"Of the weird hassles with the the Pixel five was that it was announced. months ago because Google when they announced the Pixel for a like. Oh and by the way we're going to have some phones later and they're going to be fine I don't know David What did you think of that moment there were they're like, Hey, also there's more phones coming. We're just tell you a little bit about them. Later I mean there were there were so many ways they could've taken. The way they really decided to do the announcement. It's hard to hold it against them. Knowing that the supply chain challenges they've been experiencing our they're they're they're bad I mean there's no other way to put it but I think that the way they ended up doing it I I was definitely in the candidates said just now all three of them at the same time pushed out the foray A. Little longer, but I think the way they did it is they were there under so much pressure to get the foray out at that point and you know and they've already established his track record of being willing to want something has been leaked endlessly, which has is with any Google product is going to be the case You know willing to be going on the record and say, yes, it exists Is. A good thing to do I generally for that? It kind of eases the tension. and. It doesn't stop the rumor mill a little bit, which is, which is obviously their goal I do think that there was they released the bare minimum amount of information to tantalize everybody. You could tell that there were two phones. We knew the names of the other than that. It was all still based on on the leaks that were pretty heavy during those you. Know late summer months, and until the the actual event and I just think that you know Google has this group of team Pixel people who are always on the lookout for for new information right? That's that's their bread and butter getting those pixel people excited about the new phones and this one in particular was hard because there just wasn't that much interesting about these phones. and. They needed to really grasp onto anything and I think that photo one that showed the little bit of metallic texture to the Pixel five kept people talking about it far more than they would have if it had been announced and then October came and it just got released. Yeah. No for sure. I completely agree to me the the pre announcement was also the when the Pixel for a came out. The context was everybody has to have five year carriers won't care about you at all and so I think that they may also had their hand forced by the industry where they had to be like, yeah, this phone exists, but we're not dummies we know five G. matters and we're going to have to make a five G. phone because otherwise you know carries won't give us the time of day. So they're. Coming to don't freak out I don't know whoever might freak out about Google hardware. So the the point you made about being not that interesting of phone that's like the central thing about the pixel five to me it's a lot of the reviews I've seen both yours mine. It's like this thing is pretty good, but it's boring and I it it's fine but it's not like amazing but I kinda like. It. Anyway is like kind of the zone and like you either like tilt that zone to this this is pretty good and I'm like relatively having with it or this isn't quite good enough. I'm not super happy with it, but it's like it's right in that mid range we did podcasts with Marquez Brownlee last week, we were trying to call the name for this new mid range of android phones premium nice. We're landing, which is terrible. What do you guys think about the fact that like the most? Interesting phones or at least the the phones that are hardest to decide which one to buy are in this I don't know six to eight hundred dollar range whereas you know the top of the line stuff. You just you just by the best one and you're done I. Mean I think that what we're seeing is you know the commoditisation of the higher end phones to play out now and I think that's was inevitable. You know we saw it with laptops over the years to, and now the the markets mature manufacturers are starting to figure out which corners to. Cut and I feel like that's what we're seeing. The Galaxy s twenty Efi what we're seeing at the one eight t you know with some of the stuff motos had come out recently to funds like the algae velvet and think that there's going to be some back and forth is they figure out what consumers are willing to give up and what they've actually really want and you know I obviously came down on the side of I think Google cut too hard cut too deep with the Pixel five and you know with phones like the Galaxy, twentieth? IC- a more compelling argument in this price range where you're giving up less granted, you know Samsung phones, their own various faults and foibles, but Hugo I understand the I understand the kind of thesis they're working with here they want to build you know it's this glass and metal slab and it does the same things. Every other awesome metal slab does right and they want to give you the things that make that glass and metal slab nice and. Convenient to own and rather than focusing on pushing big marketing bullet points like you know it has six cameras and you know like a support for you know this crazy fast charging that nobody actually really needs. But on the other hand I think in the US in particular, their price point was just very ill advised I think that they're going to have to walk it back and I think there's GonNa be a sale next month on. Black Friday. I would I will not be surprised see the because it happens every year but this year in particular feel like they have, they're going the other thing going that's in the US is aggressive carrier promotions right now for funds that are frankly better, and that's that's a real problem. I think they're going to encounter because I don't think Google has the volume and the scale to basically give phones away the way A. Samsung or an apple
Just and Righteous Leaders (Psalm 72:1)
"Chapter Seventy two is a powerful prayer. Four, the King of Israel, and the Old Testament, and there's there's definitely specific things in this psalm that relate to God's people in the Old Testament and the ruler over God's people in the Old Testament. But the picture of adjust and good king. Is something we certainly are compelled to pray for in the leaders of our government of any government. So what I WANNA do instead of just reading this Psalm, the first seven verses of Psalm Chapter Seventy two, and then don about it and praying according to it i WanNa pray through it and so I just want to read and as I read through it, lead us to pray right now for just good righteous leaders that. God would provide those kinds of leaders as were in the middle of a presidential election as we're thinking about how to steward our vote is followers of Jesus in the United, states in an election. But regardless of where we live to pray for good wise just leaders for God's grace and current leaders, they might be good wise unjust and for God's grace in future leader. So let's let's let's pray. SOM- chapter seventy, two verse one. Give the king your justice. God. And your righteousness to the Royal Sun. God even from the very beginning we praise you Jesus you're the ultimate Royal Sun. That you are the ultimate king and you are completely just completely righteous. So we pray God for these attributes, these characteristics and those who lead. And our government in the United States specifically and current leaders and future leaders. As other brothers and sisters from around the world join in the countries where they live God we pray that you would give our leaders, justice and righteousness. May they verse to judge? People with righteousness and the poor with justice? God We pray for that. We pray that you would raise up give us grant us by your grace leaders who judged with righteousness. And who? Care for the poor with justice in ways that bring prosperity. Good righteousness for the people they lead. Verse Four May. He defend the cause of the poor of the people give deliverance to the children of the needy and crush the oppressor God reprieve for leaders who defend the cause of the poor. We pray for leaders who give deliverance to the children of the needy and crush the oppressor. who lead governments in your good design? To care for the poor, the needy children of the needy. And to. Care for those who are oppressed to lift them up. May they fear you while the sun endures and as long as the moon throughout all generations God reprieve for leaders? Who? Point people to the fear of you. Off before you reverence for you as the ultimate leader in King. Overall. Verse Six may be like The rain that falls on the mown grass like ours that water the Earth God, reprieve for leaders like that replay for leaders that are blessing to people in these ways verse seven in his days may the righteous flourish and peace abound God we pray for that re pray is exactly what you tell us in your word first Timothy Chapter to pray for kings leaders who are in high positions. That the righteous may flourish that those who do good and right may flourish and peace may abound God we pray. For Peace to abound more and more in God. Even as we asked for these things, we know we know live a fallen world we know that. Peace will abound as we desire until the day you return until you're justice fully and finally as manifest on the earth. So we pray our father in heaven hallowed be your name your kingdom come your kingdom come your will be done as we walk this election season are longing for your kingdom to come is growing it increases every single day God we praise you as our King Jesus we praise you as The just and righteous king overall and we ask we plead right now for by your grace, God, save us save us from ourselves grant. We pray by your grace leaders who were good and wise and righteous, and just who defend the cause of the poor give deliverance the children in needy crush, the oppressor, and lead to good for those they lead and promote good among those they lead good according to your goodness. We pray this coordinate ord some seventy two in Jesus name. Amen.
The Future of Voice Commerce: RCS Messaging
"So I'll see, specifically, stance filled rich communication services. He's been around for quite a long sign. Is. It was put together initially by a group of some of the logic carriers. To looking into develop SMS. and. Seeing the the onset of. Turn over the top messaging. So messaging capabilities from the think tech companies. South on facebook. Great examples and I'll see very similar to see that in terms of very modern and rich messaging capability. Nice. Yeah so just going to go straight to the the the big question. What's wrong with us a mess why? Why aren't we just sticking with? that. So I? Think the one thing about. There's nothing grown when it's such I would say it says old technology it's been around full home physiology. I think many people will know that. It has. Something attention is used in the US networks to send data show packet. Of Information Information to each other. When it was Hasn't evolved a lot of being able to naked single message Mungo is involves so. said. Legacy said it's being rattle inside if he works pimple things wrong with I would say that it's securitate And we see a lot of span fraud and obviously it's It's just limited text. funky. Things Attacks Join it because industry twenty seven years ago semesters fake news saying we asked about things that can act in the UK carriers in. Lot of my colleagues several, why would I want to send a message to anybody? I can pick out this fantastic side I feel. Real conversation well, twenty years it's become messaging has become a huge thing. There's limitations as well. So it's black and white. Text messages of simply when it is. The Stanford Short Message Service is message service? Is, comparing black and white TV that has three or four channels to a full. Multimedia TVs to streaming channels in his. Such. A good way of comparing. Semester yesterday. And presumably. Don't. I. Don't know this for sure but presumably s messaging is slightly more pricey. Is it? David is. Actually. If it. Mom. Pricing. So I guess in terms of what's wrong with semester actually, there's nothing wrong with us at actually does what does very efficiently it's very effective of short message chilling is. Actually uses. That as effectively. As, known by Channel A. Of now as to be able to. Reach message terms of price. That's why I can have exactly I can be night. Texas she's on free. Somebody get abundance today. But still international texting cost. That's the reason why we Face question now, for example, because it's it's free mischief nationally. But. That's why. Price this is a obvious. Doesn't pretty. Well because Zach PSOMAS as because they'll being charged for image messages. At, scrape the show compensations but as you start to get a lengthy conversations during a custom. Station you could have thirty. Three agents. So. As must get quite crazy quite frankly. Cases. Galaxy s because it's it's designed. Conversation. Doesn't restrict as. Especially, group. Just Justin so I'm out right in. In. Tim I think you Hudson Corrections for me when I when I asked this prior to this episode. But I'll try I'll try it again because I think it was it was good so. I'm all right in thinking then the ICS message in a way of thinking about is the message in is. What's up. Bought near. On android device. A handset of some description. Yeah. That is a good way I. Think about IT I. Think another way you think about it just to come complement what we just saying there is. Also, the multimedia US today check like. That the top messaging services. Provided by a non telco companies. CS is actually a telco standard is become standard. It's a standardized through as universal profile which is managed to maintain by. GSI and carry astounded you. Get involved we can come to that. L. From what it means is what? About being native, this is crystal this. So you think about it knowledge thing everybody you another one of these on the listening to this set. Got Us. If you've got a mobile phone in your pocket today on your hands, it will. It's a standard saying that it does. Just a dumb. We'll do this and that is the foundation if he likes Ross, we're building upon that and don't. Shipping's Diane Silence. Come with. Capability. Incident. And it's part of the new five G. standards of getting the GPS and I. Want to reset just a bit more in China now that Chinese networks rolling out of five G. as astounded part of this office. Until. You mentioned a couple of times, android phones and and I know you're out Google is that why you're mentioning android phones or is that only android phones that are supporting our? Yes. Yes today, it said today's study to support
"m. david" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"It's hard to describe. How it feels to. See someone who such a life force. Not Not just for me personally. But for my wife, my wife has been battling in Mitchell. Cancer. That has metastasized to a couple spots under lung in I've talked about that and other intros. Not nearly as life threatening as Anita's pancreatic cancer. But you know as as much as Anita was suffering whenever she would cause. You would always ask about how snoopy was doing and with her cancer then when she would sears she, she was just like liquor straighten the I. Tell me how you doing. You know tell me how I can help you fight. You know you've got this and so when I kind of walked in a daze over to where my wife was sitting after I got the text of my brother. I said Anita. Passed away this morning and This is not her cousins. My cousin book it was like someone got punched my wife. Is. Just like. Just, too stunned into silence. You just had to sit there and later we were debriefing about dad and she said yeah is. Anita was such the cancer fighter in now the cancer has. Taken her from us. It's just a grim reminder that I still have cancer in my body and It's inoperable. I mean it's it's the tumors have been shrinking with the Anti Estrogen regiment that they've been applying but that's only good for at the Max three years. And it's been about a year that she's been on it. We're grateful that the tumors are getting smaller but they've always said you're there is no cure. We can't take his cancer out of you. we can only hope that it goes into remission and it doesn't spread to the rest of your body. That's our goal in that you won't feel any symptoms you. My wife Unlike Anita has had symptoms and so king super grateful for all of that. But to see. This person that that represented. Not. Just like vibrancy and energy and zest for life. But also just a a huge heroic fighter against this cancer that was in her body to see her finally succumbed to it I I can only imagine what my wife was really thinking and feeling. For me I have a very mild form of prostate cancer, it's almost like a nothing burger. The urologist said, you know you're going to die one day thanks. Kind of die from this, we just had to keep an eye on it so. Even though I to have cancer in my body. It's I. Don't nearly carry the kind of concern in anxiousness that you know my wife does and certainly that Anita did. For. Me Anita's passing is is really more losing. The one major force that was bringing the first cousins on the wrong side of the family back together. And not just for you know to go to your respective parents funerals. I think it certainly gave her extra drawing power. When all of us knew that she had terminal cancer and that every time that we would get together with her invitation would probably maybe be the last time. That we will see her. Last time we did get together. It was this big one cousin reunion and we all enjoyed seeing each other especially my cousin Eddy who came all the way from Arizona to the bay area and he was sixty seven. He was going to retire into this year and went out and play golf and I I've shared about this in a previous I won't get into all of it but basically covert got my cousin. and. That was a shocker because no one expected him to go before. Nita. I mean we were all they're thinking oh my gosh probably less than we're gonNA see Nita knows thinking including Eddie this last summer going to see Eddie. I tell you one thing. Win there are those people who tend to be kind of the magnets for the family. Or the extended family. When they. Go Up. My experiences they aren't typically replaced like nobody else in the family tend to step up because if they were naturally in that role, they would have been doing it. So I. Don't you know pardon me is sad. For the cousins in our family because Anita is not here anymore in. Our reason to change our schedules when when it was permissible in to get together so. Parties said about that to? Just. You know the these kind of role players are just. replaceable. The other thought I wanNA share with you before we get into my conversation with David Kim is again just another reminder. That whether it's from cancer an accident, a natural disaster or just choking on. A big chunk. Of Food. All of us are mortal. Life. Is Short. Relatively speaking. And I just. I want to be better and I. Hope you do too about being more appreciative of the life that we have. Those of us are still alive of any health that we enjoy because that could disappear tomorrow. And maybe to you know mellow out. More than you typically do on some of the bumps in the road, they come along some of the problem people because. You know. Life is too short to waste on stuff we can't. Control people we can't. Change And You know I just feel like if nothing else. Anita, and how she lived her life in how she brought us together. In, its own way is going to continue to impact me to be a better person and to be more connected especially to. My extended family. Well thanks for listening in.
"m. david" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Number two, hundred and sixty three, and our very special guest. This week is congressional candidate David. Kim David is a korean-american and he's a politician community activists and well as an immigration lawyer, he is running for the House of Representatives representing California's thirty. Fourth Congressional district, which covers downtown Los, Angeles Boyle Heights crew town, and Chinatown and I, I came across a David and his candidacy in this Ning to another pike. Guess that I've just started tuning into by Jerry Juan called Dear Asian Americans and Jerry was So fascinated with David as a person and as a candidate that I think he gave him more than his normal time I think there episode ran like ninety minutes and Yeah. It was very compelling I. I was with them. The whole time I was planning on giving David are typical sixty minutes. But The only that David could record with all the stuff that's going on his election and his job was Tuesday, which is very unusual day we don't normally do episode. So you know I hadn't check my calendar, and then we were still dealing with the bobcat fire being just north of our little town, and so I had a spent about an hour on the roof in the morning trying to take pictures of the helicopters dropping water and what have you and I wasn't even thinking that I was going to do an episode recording that day I came back down about twenty minutes after the hour and there is a FDR and there was a a message from David going hey, I'm online. You know are are you there like all men in six years like this is the only time I've ever? Really? Dropped the ball like that. So anyway, we ended up with his packed schedule only able to do half an hour instead of an hour So we were really able to explore a lot of his his personal journey as someone who was raised as a son of korean-american pastor who eventually came out of the closet and and just navigating all of that I. I so enjoyed that part. Of His interview with Jerry but you know what? I'm really. Wanting to use this platform. To help get the word out for those of you who are in his congressional district in Los, Angeles so that you'll be able to turn out and support him hopefully. So anyway. You're you'RE GONNA have a lot more time on your hands. This week because our episode is a lot shorter. Just want to remind you if you have yet to fill out your twenty twenty cents this or you're related to someone who has yet to do that or living with someone who is yet to do that? No anyone who's yet to do that. Please Take care of that. It'll take you less than five minutes. Very easy to find. You know we're. We're all dead is online anita to rattle off the earl to you. But please take care of that. Some of you are living in places where you've already received your ballots and if it's okay to start mailing them in please as we've been encouraging everyone please registered to vote please vote and if you're doing it in a way that's different than. or at a drop off site a please make Tripoli sure that you've taken all the steps that are required in order for your vote to count. There's just been so much happening on the election front. I'm not going to make any comments about that but I I I will say that the online American Webster Dictionary said they had an unprecedented search in the last couple of days for the term Schadenfreude. I think after president trump and his wife tested positive in that list keeps growing a food tested positive from a circle. Of the reporting of is kind of shot and Freud, I mean there's an asian-american term. You could say botchy. You know what goes around comes around. But anyway. I. I have. No other words is is is just every day is something. Unprecedented and I can't wait for this election to be over. If you're a new listener to this podcast may be because you're interested Gabi Kim or maybe you're supportive of him, you would not have probably heard. An introduction story that I told several months ago about one of my first cousins Anita Won-. Anita she grew up in the state of Washington and you know we grew up in California. We didn't see her and her two siblings a lot but you know we have. Cross paths more recently less several years because of the respective passing each of our sets of parents and The last four years or so anita has been fighting against pancreatic cancer. Now, my mother also died of Pancreatic Cancer So, even though that was happening up in Sacramento I'm down here in the L. A. Area I didn't have a front row seat, but I mean I am familiar enough to know that pancreatic cancer is is pretty much a death sentence. and. So it was really amazing. How Long Anita was keeping up this fight well, I just got a text a couple of days ago from one of my brothers. WHO. Said Just called up to check on Nita and heard from her husband that. The last couple of weeks. Her pleural cavity had been feeling with a lot of cancer fluid and they were they were you know. Draining it out of there but they had stopped. Administering Chemo at Stanford hospital she'd had over eighty rounds of Chemo as just mind blowing to me, right. And they just said, you know the indigent scores are going up the chemo's not doing any good. There's basically we don't have any more bullets in our guns to shoot at your cancer and so. Day. We're going to just kind of I. Think to hospice care at home and she was having a lot of pain. Couple of days ago, and so they rush over the Stanford Hospital props for vacation. And She I guess, apparently asked use the restroom and her husband left the room for to give her some privacy. and. If you miss later came back and she.
"m. david" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"That will you so good David really excited to talk to you I. Think this'll be one of the juicier interviews we do. took. A lot of interesting people. So if you're saying that I would take that complements and run with it I. Mean I don't think we ever talked to somebody where we have like a deep curiosity and the topic per se I mean obviously sometimes but we really WANNA know about a couple of things you know a ton about we're just really excited about that. Oh goods and hello hello. Hi I popped in sorry hi. Mrs Bras. Dax I knew you're an expert on conspiracy theories but I did not know until I started researching new that you directed tickled, which we've talked about a Brazilian Times Love Day. which was a real blast by the way because that was this tiny thing that we made in New Zealand, and so it was very surreal to hear being talked about just a out city out of our country. So that was cool. It was so good I got to say it's one of these. It was on HBO here originally I think now lives on Hulu so people should check it out..
"m. david" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"World. Expert of Dan Rather joined by me and miles emmy nominated right God was going backwards again i. This is an experts on expert edition of the show and we have been longtime interested in conspiracy theories ask and boy do we find the perfect person? David Ferrier is a New Zealand journalists and he directed this amazing documentary. We'd love called tickled and he also has a show on Netflix called dark tourists. But today he is here to talk to us about conspiracy theories and you can go read all of his great work on this topic at Web Worm Dot C. Show. That's where he breaks down conspiracy theories I have to say of the mini episodes we've done. Yeah. This was the most just like titillated I ever was yes this is such a wormhole. Near seat theories like they just go and go and go and you can get really sucked in and I also feel like there's a big degree of baider-meinhof since we talked to him I feel like it's popping up everywhere and everyone's curious about all these different conspiracy theories so. Good timing please enjoy David. Farrier. We are supported by better help. If you think you may be depressed or you're feeling anxious stressed or overwhelmed better help offers licensed professional counselors who are trained to listen in to help. Now I have been all of those things recently. Yeah. Yeah, and boy oh boy did I need to talk to somebody who.
"m. david" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"It? and I did I did well and I got to go sit with Johnny and and it was it was crazy just crazy and you you get that that surge of electricity that you think God if this doesn't dissipate I, I will be asleep to Labor. Day. God I. Mean You're like now I'm sitting next to Oprah Winfrey then I was sitting next to Johnny Carson and this is the we're not kidding around now and I was lucky enough to get invited back and back and back so that was good. Good friends. Well I. He was very sweet to me he he would invite me to his house We would go out to dinner, but I was always nervous I. Just I couldn't relax around him and because I knew that Johnny had a love hate relationship with alcohol. And a couple of times we'd be out to dinner and I saw him go to the vodka, and then you could just see a little edge kind of appear I thought I don't WanNa be around here. Here's. Johnny decides he's had enough of me. Doesn't like me Yeah Yeah. Because I felt like a pretender because I never wanted to disappoint him, I just thought if I say something stupid audio's do you think he was kind of person anybody could ever really get to know well I don't I don't think I ever really got to know him I knew him from being on the show I knew him from the few. The KINDA Guy People can get to know I think there's a a a a group of people that I've worked with for thirty years who I'm very, very, very comfortable with and Around whom my behavior seems. Normal Dave. You bring an intern in who doesn't know what's going on and they got stories for the rest of their life. Really. Hard to work with not hard but just peculiar peculiar peculiar peculiar ism well, I I remember the interns we have so many of them and and it's always you know Bob i.
"m. david" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"Scholarships here to deserving broadcasting students. I met him on campus at the twenty one, million dollar state of the Art Communications Building that bears his name. What do you think? This is good. Not Giving. Away ours. We hear. Here. So. Thanks for agreeing to do it. Here thinks is perfect place actually, we'll good good I. I mean well, we get to see another side of you know you're going to see anything you're not gonNA see anything. Hero. I Know Day you didn't see anything. So we're here at your Alma Mater Ball State, university, in the David Letterman communication and media center. Yeah we just walked into this I know it's crazy. Isn't it after you named for me yes? This is something that I did for my mother. The president of the university joined Gora. This was an idea that I believe she and my mother inspired to accomplish the building named after and I sort of felt like let's just wait till I drop dead and then you name whatever you want after me or named nothing after me but it is now such a incredible source of pride for me and it's just one of the great things in my life. So when you came here in nineteen, sixty, five, radio and television as a major certainly was not a popular career path. No, you chose it because because I knew that I wanted to somehow broadcasting. And when when did you know that when I was a sophomore in high school? David grew up in Indianapolis the only son of. A florist and Dorothy a church secretary, the middle child between two sisters. As a boy in the nineteen fifties David spent hours watching TV. Arthur, Godfrey Steve Allen and Johnny Carson when did you I? Know you were funny well. I'm. Still. WAITING FOR THE RESULTS But you had to know somewhere in your conscious subconscious you knew you were funny Dave. We'll like I had a bunch of buddies and they were all funny. So it it didn't. It didn't seem like My father was the funny when he was the lightning Rod, he got all of the attention he was funny. My grandfather was funny but I never had the confidence to say to anybody. Hey, look at this I'm pretty funny because I never felt that way. What was your First Broadcasting Job Well, I worked right here at the radio station in college station WBZ's t think was the name of the College Radio Station? When I worked at in television in Indianapolis they didn't like me and I had to, I, had to sit there it's hard to be on TV if people don't like you well, I've done it for thirty years. David landed his first job on TV as a local news anchor and Weatherman. In Indianapolis you also hosted.
"m. david" Discussed on Run That Prank
"Up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after it's my strawberry letter, Ford today the subject my best friend side piece was in my bed. What? My. Si- piece was in my bed. But right now the nephew is here we'll get into that one. But the nephew right now is here with today's prank phone call got Nath. was surely you know. I've been doing this for so long just you know. I have a few celebrities that I've pranked before in my life. So this one right here is David Mann. David Mann Prank David man you ain't you ain't never heard it he go. Let's go can't. Hello I'm Sandra. How you doing this is nephew Tom Employees. Yes ma'am we don't play phone call you'll son David Mann the day. All right. Okay. So here's what I wanted to do. I. Want you to call David and tell him hey, people came over here asking me by paying that bill and I'm not paying field and then got smart with me and I shut the door on him I told him to call you okay. You get with him I'm going to call them back as I'm that me. Okay. Okay I'm picking. Do a add on their Kahuta handle. Okay. Do that on the whole don't all right. We'll figure that I can get food, right? Okay. You did good though. He'll call you back in a minute complaining that we've been praying for him I right? Okay. God. Bless. Bye Bye. I Love Golf? Hello. That type of work on Parker three fourteen. Hello, I'm looking for David please. This is David Okay this is Jim. Barton Green. Apartments is your mother missile. Yes. Yes. Sir. How can I help you? Okay. We got a problem here. I'm the new general manager here and I'm just getting this thing brought to me about. Your mother not saying a water bill or and we we gotta get this matter taking any and other right now I've been instructed to actually go in and get your mother and take her completely out of the apartment building. Okay. So tell me what the problem is. Plaguing me what the situation is situated right now is no one has played this water bill whatsoever say, thanks for my understanding and she only one hundred and six dollars and she goes far more. The net is not paid a water bill at all I. Mother I I wanted to tell you and your mother was very rude to me and slam the door in my face. Okay. So Limb Yeah. Let me I'm just trying to understand situation. So the water bill hasn't been paid in hollow for what I'm looking at it gets at least four or five months and what it looks like on the paper. Okay. So it's four or five months behind yes, it is okay and so how much is I'm going to have to tell all this up and get everything lined up as far as the number. Have a bright now. So if no one's paying this bill in the next thirty minutes, I am instructed to put your mother out, unpack her things and put her out and that's not what I WANNA do. But as rude she wants to me you know at this point, I'll tell you what they don't give a damn. So I think I'm I'm just here to try to help make the situation better. So I need you to take a deep breath for me and calm down because I'm I'm Tom. So let's just like you know I. Don't know. I would be calm to had your mother, not a slam, the door in the face and say things therefore, she shut that door I. I'd be trying to work as calmly as your work that right so so what do we need to do? I won't be able to do within thirty minutes but I. Just find out how much it is. You know from what my understanding was a hundred and nine dollars or something hundred, six dollars for at least four months that what's the problem you know what is owed right now that hundred and six dollars Sir he's one month. How is it? How how I get my question is how did the water be hundred and six dollars for a one bedroom apartment with one person a hundred and six automobile this Kinda. I don't you think I mean, I have no idea what your mother's doing known. Of Water, or I have no idea about she's washing everyday and run an all the water every day, a hundred and six dollars for one for an apartment is a bit extreme i. mean wouldn't you say yourself? That's a bit hi Sir I understand that you had some issues about what the amount of the bill is. That does not get in in the middle of the fact of how far behind we all that's a problem we have I'm far behind okay. I'm just trying I'm trying to resolve. We are five months behind much. So how how much is the be for five months? I'm getting I'm getting her to tally that up have the right now but let's get back to the issue of someone not being able to get him thirty minutes. Is there? No one can get here and take care of this bill and let's let's figure out how much is and we'll I'll try to get that worked out. So, you can give me kind of tally on what it is. I had to guesstimate I mean let's let's look at the fact that here it is a hundred and six dollars on one month. You know let's say it's roughly a hundred bucks each month you know you're looking at five hundred bucks at least you. I I have to say a hundred dollars for I. that's that's interesting. You know the problem that bothers me you people won't pay your bill wait a minute I need you to relax 'cause I did I got a mother over here. That's apparently you must be the caretaker of and you're not taking care of your mother from what it seems like what I need you to do is relaxing and not not the accuser to that's what I need you to do I need you. To do is send up Sir and take initiative. But whatever responsibility, and then if you're responsible for your mother, then you can take care of you know what you're upset right now and you're not gonNA. Get me upset with you because you don't know what's going on and I. Do not care about your 'cause. That's. Phone with you right now my job is to get her out of the apartment. Packard. Things up because the bills paid and she's saying she's not paying it to take it up with her. You what you're trying to get me to be where you are I'm not GonNa go now. I'm not trying to get you to be where I am I'm trying to get you to take your mother if that's your responsibility and if it's not I live it up to you and I going back and forth on the phone and you you have an attitude that you have. What's what good are they GONNA do? What is it going? Are you somebody that sits at home and you need to get your stuff and get a job? What do you need to do to get your mom taking care of? So I do get. And this is not that I'm not gonNA be the angry black man wake you sir I have a lot more Cincinnati. So what I what? You're not angry black man. You're lazy black man that's the problem with P.. You let people with us don't want to work on it they. Check everything when the Russell without here. When the WHO who's at busting what I don't know. Just go you're the manager of the apartment you WanNa know who, I? Yes. I am nephew Tommy from the Steve Harvey Morning. Show and your mum and David Zoom you got me to break. Yoga. There's. Him 'cause I get in. Up Dave you Oughta to personal liberty. Kept his composure. To You. GotTa. You GotTa do this. Man Miss the brand what is debated radio show in the late Steve Harvey Morning Show I got frightened by nephew. Wrong Thomas. He didn't. You, call me about my mom I'm going you out so so bad. Enough into gold remove my momma from a blanket. Boiler till you, right. assisted. Living premieres tonight premieres tonight J.. Anthony. Brown nine, eight central. It Starts J. Anthony Brown and of course David Mann. So.
"m. david" Discussed on Radiolab
"Finally do it tobin where it's it's all happening. We're talking about him forever. Can I have you introduce yourself okay? Sure I'm David Gable. I work here. Wnyc other and that's how we know each other. I know which is Is Crazy me because when I was getting ready for this conversation I was thinking about wh questions I had for you. And one of them was so basic because even though we work together I don't know like where are you from? Originally Milwaukee Milwaukee MILWAUKEE born arrays Milwaukee bopped around to a couple of different universities graduated from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. The time Mary Tyler Moore was actually throwing her hat in the air. They were filming at there at the time. It was great at my year. Was that that you moved to New York. Nineteen eighty nine hundred. Eighty nine hundred eighty. I moved right into it. Stephen and I met and he was in graduate school. And I was an Undergrad and he was a native New Yorker So I know so easy. 'cause he moved back like six months before me and he's calling me trying to pick out an apartment in New York Connecticut New York and we ended up on fourteenth between eighth and ninth dump but it was good and we made a cute. I was so I was so in love and out of Milwaukee and living in New York and and we were setting up house. I'd like it was time to be in love and be Tony. Be Young.
"m. david" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert. I'm DAX shepard joined by modest mouse. Oh Monster Mouse. Ooh Monster Mouths. Are you doing monster mouse? Good in my apartment again. Love it here. Yeah when I arrive in. The door was cracked to grant me entry entry. There was a smell. Wafting out into the foyer and it was the most delightful inviting smell. You burn a lot of Nice candles in here thank you. I mean that could have gone either way could have been well. Oranges spoilt sure things. I'm glad it was the candle. Is there a specific sent rivers edge Woodsy.
"m. david" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"The court I have found that the most mind blowing thing when people press charges on something, they can just easily forget like you're wasting your time your in great quality David. Quotes such a normal quality that people don't say. You're right. That's cool. It's like what is going to be of value to write energy into. We are Jason's really good, really good out. Especially time me like. Why are you upset about? This is the stupidest thing that'd be pissed about. Right. Reacting I think that's awesome. You probably get this all the time. What do you like doing better, the podcast or the I love? That actually. Nobody really asked that I love doing both, but I also hate doing both. SHARE ANYTHING LEISURE Something, be, you can find hate them both. Yeah, but now I don't mean to be flip about it because the both of them give me different degrees of satisfaction and frustration. Up when you're, you know, just let something go or not really care too much about something just. FLIPPANT is you don't care about something. Decent I didn't know whether I should like respond to lose. It sounds like an inside thing. We David about things he doesn't know. Yes we. We tease him about words sometimes that he doesn't know. That's all Madagascar. Place right or is there something more to it I'm familiar with. It's a little league. Ben Stiller and dig. Geography skill I'm supposed to be asking good at states. I'm good at geography. Wait wait. You said that with a lot of swagger. I can get like twenty of the states right Sumi. Just states names or capital capitals Cabral's. You're looking at you like of course capitals. I can name all the states. Okay. Let's go Vermont Vermont. Is that Richmond? Wow. No. Margaret, News, what is it? Richmond Virginia the capital of Virginia. The capital is I. Don't know how to match up with the state's. Thanks for having me on the state. This portion of the podcast I'm so happy. Thank you so much for educating us..
"m. david" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"David Dobrnac. Ladies and gentlemen. You're listening to qualify. Their host on a first. David. This is.
"m. david" Discussed on Good For You
"Animals so much that you go to cody and you could you please just like possibly not come into my yard asking. I would love to do a sanctuary. Perhaps but you need to stay there. It's just I think I was thinking about building outside the gate like over my wall where we dropped the Christmas tree with a Christmas tree lives. which by the way we this is another are they disposed of the Christmas tree over the wall? And it's just become a nest for diabetes. It's basically a coyote house. Now I did do that. I am sorry we need to get this this giant Christmas tree that a bunch of like Bob cats now living right next to my home. It's okay so that's that that David Spade is the guest. I loved it. It's so weird. The Dave and I are good friends like we truly. I worry that we were such are such good friends that I I didn't occurred like ask him questions that maybe someone that didn't know him. What ask anything? Yeah but I think people people loved it. They know a lot of Spain. He's so funny but I want people to know he did not have time for this like because people listening to this show wanted him as a guest so bad. I like badgered him and badgered him into coming. He came on a Saturday. I just gave the interviews and you guys were really you think so. He's so funny. He's so charismatic. And also so he'll just slip a little joking that you don't even realize happen. A minute later Commute Shady you get your minimum fund. That's the best he can make fun of the whole time and you don't even notice dude. He's just like slick. I also was being codependent. It because he's got a really bad neck injury so member in the interview. WHO's Oh yeah? He was getting up and moving around and trying to readjust himself. It's just hard to sit in these chairs for a long time so I also kind of like trying to rush through and slow is smooth smooth is fast and I was rushing slowing smooth through this fast but David Spade is David Spade. If it's made is David Hanner. Yeah APP enjoy David Spade love. You want the podcast please. Rate and subscribe. Oh my God I would never say that you mean on Youtube channel anywhere. Are you find this podcast. You better like it like it subscribe. I just share it with your mom consumer shame it is Get.
"m. david" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"I liked it just so much because it's got some of the best flying. I love anything to do with Lisa but also Paul McCartney then Beatles are the best game worlds. She say a little bit about all those things. I will take credit for the theme of the episode. I remember number At Lunch Wendy I screw on the back of a script they wrote. Lisa becomes a vegetarian question. Mark and I showed it to this other writer Brent Forrester. Have you had less boy in storyteller. Yeah you gotta get Brenton here. He is he won't say anything but it'd be so entertaining him come in. We won't even arrived anyway but he gave me like the thumbs up or something and that was started that I remember that the the main origin of that is that we spent so much of the day. The Simpsons thinking about food and eating like you come in the morning we would sir. You know ten something ten ten thirty which is standard TV attack and then work too late. You know until way after dinner whatever but the first thing we would do is order lunch so it's like come in all right first order of business order lunch where we going for you you know. And they don't want anyone to leave the lot because that would take way too much time so you eat lunch in the writer's room and so that you don't get a break from these people ever really But a lot of time thinking about food and of course. I'm sitting there looking at food and there were Vegetarians and the staff. I wasn't now I tried to be like parched. Sometimes cheering the individual meals vegetarian ruling out certain times kinds of tight. Try to my. My theory is generally speaking on that subject. If everyone can go part way there to stars that would be a huge admit. I'm not a vegetarian but I'm always impressed by Vegetarians. I wish I could be. You've inspired. Holy People Jackie Johnson. Our guest for that episode became vegetarian and then later Vegan because the episode and I will say David Murky and was running the show at that time and he was not a vegetarian and he has subsequently become outspoken vegetarian. I don't know if the subject matter of that got him interest interest. He was very enthusiastic enthusiastic about the episode. He was the one who he was. He's huge music especially Beatles fan and so he's the one who thought to get Paul McCartney involved and he flew to England to record Paul McCartney at some undisclosed location very exciting. And I don't remember the exact name but he he quoted something to me where Paul McCartney had used my name in a sentence that was my the degree of via need one way interaction with Paul McCartney but anyway but it was that was his dave emergency. It'd get him involved so all credit to him. I believe that if you don't win friends with salad so a wow line that spawned million tattoos go places and then especially with the political climate go back to Russia is one. That is so after that the treehouse of horror. Six In this one year credits as the square root of David S Cohen. Oh Yeah we didn't mention everyone already knows but just in case you somehow missed it on the simpsons you went by David s and then because the WG a change It became David exe and I'm sure you've expanded a billion times but it was Sifi sounding rounding and it made you stand out more than the David S. That was already signed up when we finally did get it represented by the Union. There was already a David s Cohen. They they won't allow to people with the same name in the union because it's confusing so yes X. Because X. is cool. That's my math background a lot of times. People wrongly wrongly. You did not fall into this trap but people rungs. I heard it was because it looks like David Times Cohen and that actually never thought until People Times Cohen Equal hilarious doesn't have to take a little break Friendly fire is a podcast about war movies. But it's so much more than its history which is supposed to be another assignment..
"m. david" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"I hate to break the news to you right here on the podcast in front of everybody yeah but you're one of my closest friends ever and I and I don't want to tell you this because I want to put too much pressure on you forward yeah because I respect you so much I don't want to think that you have to do certain things I love this so much so what's up takes restart first of all thanks starting off operative note your has if you if you had forty eight hours in a day with me your it still wouldn't be enough time that's how that's how I feel I feel that there's a lot of time on the dog were I'm not doing anything interesting but I know but you know what I'm going to take this as a positive and take it as a compliment that you feel better when I'm around even if I'm not contributing anything you just like having me near you look I'm a comfort blanket I'm like that warm blanket next to you on the bed right now Jason would you consider yourself a comedian I would consider myself a comedian yeah would you also consider yourself fire I would consider myself someone who deals with Psychopath Day in and day out who's mood we all manage around here and the conversations that we have when you're not around between every single person if you could hear them and things that are said behind your back you probably would make a huge adjustment to your life or recycled the things you say behind my back I can tell you right now go people say that you look like a fish faulk you're right I'm GonNa make serious adjustments starting tomorrow people don't talk on your back at all they say it right to your face music you guys have US podcast I'm David that's Jason show over there what's up guys how are you I'm on I'm on my bed right now Jason My beanbags on paint the picture jason has his hair slicked back yep we just got off a flight we've been on tour of the country we've been in every state in the last twenty four hours we have been we've been urban allowed places we've been flying David David when he travels he looks very different so people when they walk by him very confused Oh yeah it's so interesting we were we were walking when I travel like I looked like I don't know what do I look like you I look are not worried Okay Grandma that took care of herself her entire life I can look completely blow he wears glasses and you wear sweatpants and like not attractive sweatshirts and like it doesn't fit his head to well my most relaxed outfit but not like when they're cute girl goes hey this is my relaxing like it's like look dishevelled relax like he's GonNa go clean the garage to relax and like people will like you could tell people like okay so what happened today is someone came like religion walked right up to me they weren't talking to me but they saw Jona shirt on Joan shirt it said David's WLAC and they go oh my God David Slog Oh Joan Ah and they were talking to him right next to me right next to me and I don't remember what they said exactly what chimed in and then they looked at me like they really tilted there had yeah and they kind of smirked wait are you David standing here we thought you were the tech yeah I looked like I came out of an asshole when I'm travelling like like like you're through the airport like I I look really bad it's actually really embarrassed I love when the floor or less travel together it was me Natalie Jones and David do you know how much I was drooling sleeping I've never drove this much averages you see me now I was drilling care if you were drooling I don't get grossed out by that I'm really scared about the flight attendants seamy because the flight attendants always are like they're like whatever nice when I get on the flight show when I leave there always lot nicer almost to the point where I think I did something embarrassing in my in my sleep where they ha you have this fear you've brought it up before that you think you're doing this I sat next on two flights today you did do anything you didn't listen to war but extra nice to me like I did something like really like fucking embarrassing like I was drooling in my sleep that's the guy because they're like by have a good day David they're like they're like a lot sweeter when I'm leaving like like looks like a little baby drooling on the seat no this is what I think happens I think someone comes on recognize you and then the flight attendants who's that bubble Blah so then now they don't come up and say anything and then once the flights over they realize that you were someone important and they want take a bite you I think that's what it is I think I'm just passing serious gas drilling alive and that's what's going on I figured out what Jona you fingered I finger Jona uh-huh earlier for one of my videos no you are not going to be on my youtube channel patriotic no I figured out I was looking at because we all look great when we travel like we looked really lousy yeah I mean you know we are the weirdest looking group of people I don't know if it's kind of hard to understand but it's me by assistant Italy and Jonah Armenian dude and Jason Yeah we look like a fucking Audubon g look like figured out if someone were to see us it looks like I'm Joan his Dad Jonas my son from my first marriage who you know the marriage was awful around and was a total shit show and I had Jona and then I had a second marriage the great one that I really like it worked out great and I had you and Natalie is that how it works well for our first marriage is usually shit marriages well if you have a second one the first one the work that is a good point would you ever get remarried get remarried really yeah for sure but so interesting you do you think that you would get a divorce I would definitely get divorced to know I know if I were to get remarried I would definitely not get divorced that'd be the one would you ever have kids with anybody after like really really really really be in love with them and beat a different phase in my life to like maybe like you weren't blogging anymore and I hit the lottery yeah if you the battery if you found someone that like you obsessed about you'd never you'd never film again us being no no no I would never do that I mean I I would I got it I am if I ever like if you say that you say that all the time it's such bullshit you really you say that David will say this thing like every every couple of months I'll be like Tony you guys for meteorite one I'll just dip I'll just do I won't be around now it's true I'll leave the blog if I ever Anneli Portman walks in right now your camera in the fireplace I wouldn't write him throw my cameron the fireplace I would go can headquarters and destroy all of the products because I know I would never ever have to use any camera you ever ah because I'm marrying her I'm moving to Seattle I don't care if it rains every fucking day I'm moving wherever she needs me to go where all everything there's no way there's no way you would be happy with some of the woman's money for some other women that took care of you being a guy that's kept around I'm not saying I live off valley money but I'm just saying what are you saying we could live a humble life we can move to like a nice ranch in in France or something and I it doesn't bother me where we are so we'll give Ferrari to Dima hold on no no but seriously no but I guess I'm being very dramatic I wouldn't give everything up but I would I would I'm like if I'm literally the senior built on shooting videos that's like that's your drug that's your thing that makes you how you know anything but I know how I was when I first started when I first when I first started dating lies like an honeymoon stage or whatever like I'm like I'm still made videos Jaba made great video that was different that's because videos with her yes that's because Liza was the same thing I wasn't she was she's very very very funny very funny very easy to do she's like that kind of person that's the closest to do that but I'm just saying I'm just saying Carla can you so this or do you think that I would continue making videos I think it's still make videos but I think you'd be in the honeymoon stage dip out at like nine I am the type of guy. PM yeah now we're all sometimes we try to leave it like where are you going doing but I feel like now Jason I'm the type of guy like if I got a girlfriend all you will do talk shit about me behind my back he's changed so fucking much it's so annoying that's what's going to happen that's that's who I am I would love free to get a girl friend that like leaves everything like like leaves all his friends behind when he finds out that there's nothing wrong with that either that's like here's a thing he was Nothing wrong with all of us are not we don't have significant others and I pretty sure that's the secret to life is to share your life with somebody yeah right regardless we're very far away from that so you have nothing worry about I'm here to stay are weak and you get rid of your kids for eight years let me die I would love I send my kids to China and you girlfriend.
"m. david" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"Well, it had David's tumor written on it. I think they knew what it was at the level of a college refrigerator. This is this is Coney yogurt mind David's tumor. But I think like if I lived in Florida, okay? Which is very likely. I think it would always be worth it to have a baby c could throw the placenta to gator. So now in cater with love percentage. So worth it to have the meaning then fathering being a mentor to this child and taking adoption. I just do it. So I could throw the placenta too. Well. I was excited to come in this morning and get the opportunity to talk to you. And I have a lot of gratitude for that. Because I'm an enormous fan of your mind. And this is a huge treat from me. Gosh, it's street for me to and you know, that's another thing. And I knew you came from a big family. But I think that's another reason that we could be friends. I always feel like people who come from big families. There's something in common, you know, Sarah, thyr and wife. Yeah, he comes from a big family. And I love the thyr fan. I love how you meet one. And you can tell that you're talking to a thyr my God. Yes. Yeah. It's not that they they do resemble each other. But their voices are like, but they just have a sensibility. That's similar. I love meeting people in big families who who who have that. And I think too I feel so bad for people who only children I think it's really important to be able to hide in a family, and I don't think. That glare. I don't think that attention is healthy in any way to get that much attention from from apparent. I just don't think it's good for anybody. I just got back, you know, from the holidays a while ago. And I so much about my life is we do the podcast the show. There's the the big Conan logo on urinal cakes at the office. I mean, it's just ridiculous. And I'm Anne. And that can get toxic. And then you go home, and nobody cares. They don't care. We all gathered around and they make fun of me. And I'm the butt of jokes. And you're right back in there. You're having some of the same arguments you had back, you know, twenty years before with the same people, and there's the same alliances, and as, you know, shifting alliances all the time, you know, it's fascinating. But incredibly comforting to go back and just be part of a larger unit again, I feel bad for with back pain. I feel really bad for people with Crohn's disease. But I think I feel worse for people who hate their families. And who say have got Christmas outta my goodness survive. I just think that something so fundamental to to to have gotten the short straw there. I feel so grateful to to just the to be related to people who I'm just crazy about. Yeah. Well, this is a nice we ended on a sweet note. We did. Is there anything I can mention it will help you in any way you so don't need my help. But anything like, you know, tuna David sedaris is you know, has a new sweater collection that he's putting out there. You know, David has a line of jewelry anything at all. I can mention that would help you in any way. Golly, that's awfully nice of you to offer. But I can't think of anything they're doing more of the same doing again say that well by far whether it was mentioned it to my wife, or anyone I ran into today who knew I was going to be talking to you. If you could just know how much their faces lit up and how excited they were four. Me. That's a nice thing. That's a nice thing for you to know. You've made a lot of people very very happy David sedaris, what a thrill seriously. Thank you very much. Thank you counted. Good, man. We just ended with a firm hint shake..
"m. david" Discussed on Probably Science
"David yes dave dave david david boy wet waking waking listeners find out all about you and everything you do everything i do is at david c smalley dot com my twitter is david c smalley my patriotic david smalley everything david c smalley follow that listens podcasts numerous we have a we have the the smalley effect podcast is usually with comedians we just had maryland rice cope on from always only in philadelphia and she was khloe on twenty four those who don't know and mister show this show absolutely yep as she was great and you know you know i i usually bring in comedians to do stuff and then dogma debate you know we talked with we talked with people who were antiscience quite often and i try to get them on the dark side and you get them on the show i can't imagine it's easy to book those people it's because i'm you know what i'm gonna i'm just always very respectful in my challenges don't i don't talk down to them i understand that a lot of times the way they got to their view because they believe they're doing the most good for the world and i just disagree as to what that good is and what it means to be good and so we get to talk about that we talk about morality we talk about the bible but it's always respectful challenges so and to be fair that's almost a really good reason why we separated things out to the smalley effect podcast because when we wouldn't have a christian or you know someone from the right wing or something like that all i can astrology or whatever right it would be it would be one of it would be like three or four of us sitting around talking not well it would be that but we know we drive f bombs we drop f bombs and have comedians on and then pastors would listen to that episode and go.
"m. david" Discussed on The Good Fight
"But now i'm reading excited to have with me for this conversation david french david french is probably the most conservative think of that i've had on the podcasts so fox he's a senior fellow at the national review institute and writes a lot for national view itself as a staff writer that he's also past president of dacians individual rights in education i've gotten to know david little bit of past year and he's truly one of the most decent people i know who's being attacked and vilified and really nasty ways about the trump is right and i think that if anything encapsulates the coalition of democratic forces of over decent people who have deep disagreements as you'll see of adiala g and worldview the two can actually come together to defend some basic institutions than it's hopefully people like david and i and we expect some of our rowdies and some differences and really wide ranging from komo's ation over the next forty forty five minutes or so so i'm a hub enjoy compensation welcome david thanks for having me so listen you a proud member of conservative movement you writer for national review and you saw of the course of a primary a lot of people with whom you foot you agreed on a lot of important political matters supporting a candidate who strongly strongly dislike new stanley disagree i think there's a set of questions they have about how it made you feel and so on i don't get to sake too early in this in this conversation i one of the things but i'm wondering about sort of what that reveal to you about the differences you have people where you you might afford you had some allowed is always awale those differences and veja sort of played out that political situation well you know in any movement you're aware that there's a range of people with a range of different levels of individual character so that aspect of it shouldn't surprise anybody if people reveal different kinds of character under stress i think.