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"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:06 min | 10 months ago

"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

"You're tuned to KCRW. It's morning becomes eclectic and old compass with you in the mix in fur and lift this morning. That was Brandi from Reid. There's a forthcoming album called Home and Black Rain, and Ahead of that, with the classic from Irma Thomas. It's raining men was going out to and lit, allowing me to fill in this week for her appreciate that and, of course, Mr David Lynch for helping us out with the weather report. This'll one is my metronome. E. It's called Loving Arm. Prince Thomas Remix. It's KCRW. Good morning. Yes. You two like together, baby, Get down. Good. No, no. Mm hmm. It is KCRW the final days of the year, and it's also the final days of Kcrw's drive to end 2020. And if you're able to make a year and gift, please do it now we greatly appreciate it to support for public radio KCRW..

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"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

"As always. Nod to Mr David Lynch today. Sandwiched in between. All of that is an album that had I known about it sooner. We probably have made my top 10. It's Callie you purchase track is called Vaya Con Dios. Obscene miedo. Means without fear, without fear, pain of other demons, But it's new from Kluge's, and it is absolutely gorgeous. Highly recommend this one. You can pick it up right now. We heard from Fiona Apple in the set, Ladies from Fetch the bolt cutters. She's nominated for a bunch of Grammys, including best rock performance, Best Rock song and Best Alternative Music album, Billy, I'll ish. Therefore, I am also getting Emmy nominations for record of the year song of the year, best pop solo performance and on it on it on Delvin Gil Fillion from his Marvin Gaye tribute flying high in the Friendly sky. It started off with something new from Steve Lacey in from NAMI is the name of the piece man lived. So glad to have you along this morning. We haven't in resident session for you at 10 15 this morning. With the Brazilian artist sale. If you'll join me for that. I hope you'll stay with us A lot of goodness ahead this morning on KCRW. Today I'm press play August Wilson's plays have been performed on Broadway and launched the careers of actors like Violet Davis. Now a new generation is being shaped by his work. Anybody who sees this place anybody through comes across is working anyway, can see themselves in his work because of how true it is to the human experience. I'm Madeline Graham inside the August Wilson monologue competition, a new documentary today at noon and seven on press play on KCRW. I'm just about dead. So the baby can be a nobody s No, honey, give myself to my past a little bit. Could be But me, baby, They can't just say it. Just one the best..

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"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:15 min | 11 months ago

"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

"And interestingly enough, maybe this'll was on your mind, Mr Lynch, because Marketplace this morning, there was a story about Elvis Presley and how he helped market the vaccine for polio to a very skeptical public. They talked about the lessons we can learn from that campaign for the polio vaccine to help in the fight against the coronavirus. Mr David Lynch with his finger on the pulse. Thank you for that suggestion in love that that just made us all feel good here in the studio. Thank you Way also heard music out of Australia. An artist called Psycho. New song from her called Germs. The White Stripes going back to 2000 dissed eel of for the song, apple Blossoms and white Stripes. Jack White, the guy that runs third man records, and there is a new best of collection from the White stripes. So Just dropped last week. Big Joanie and the set doing an incredible cover of cranes in the sky, Coincidently also on third Man records, Arlo Parks back with a new song from the forthcoming collapsed and Sunbeams. We heard Caroline. It started off with Vaya con Dios from Kelly. You purchase a new release, sir. Tell you just as well from a couple of weeks ago. Thanks for being along this morning morning becomes eclectic on KCRW. I'm gonna let this one play out. It is the Black Nile. Oh, Okay? Huh? KCRW Sponsors.

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"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:40 min | 11 months ago

"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

"Moving 909 recent single from John Doe Hotter here on KCRW morning becomes a collective just ahead of that Buscaglia to talk A T M bleh. It's getting the Empress of remix Decade temblor. It's shaky way. Also heard from Jefferson Airplane. Thank you to Mr David Lynch. White rabbit. He woke up thinking about rabbits. And then an airplane flew over, You know, case here it'll be you and David Lynch Theater present the weather to every single morning here on morning becomes eclectic on KCRW. E was just searching out the information in my email to something called meditate America. You know, David Lynch is not only a filmmaker, writer and thinker, he's also a meditator. And there is a free virtual benefit concert to bring transcendental meditation to healthcare workers, veterans and families under trauma and stress with the linked to it in the playlist. The tickets are free. And on the West Coast where we are right now it happens it four PM today. It looks like a really interesting experience today. 7 P.m. Eastern 4 P.m.. Pacific. It's a transcendental meditation meditate America, probably something we all should be doing a little bit more of these days. Meditation. For what? I'm not good at it. I've tried. But maybe this will inspire me to try a little bit harder because I do think there's something to it, right. I know a lot of you out there do meditation. I talked to a bunch of you. Bunch of you have encouraged me to try. Anyway. Interesting set of music. A lot of spoken word to start off the show. Today we heard from the books track all 30 incoming from the album the way out, And this is an interesting project. In fact, if you know the podcast song exploder That's actually done by re she a good friend of us here in Los Angeles, a great part of our music community here. I heard the one he did with a guy from the books and the sky from the books. I don't remember his name, talked about how he would go collect his set tapes and obviously answer machine tapes and.

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"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr david" Discussed on KCRW

"You may remember. You recently heard that right, Fatboy? Slim Praise you. That was Camille Yarborough. Take your praise. Boy, Slim, actually just released. I think today new back to mine copulation and included that track on it. Stevie Wonder, of course, as that was a request from yesterday off Instagram as from songs in the key of life. Big thanks to Ah, well accomplished for less hepatitis A long time coming featuring LEM era Candelaria scarab can speak. Long time coming the name of the song. Of course. Neil Young is loved Neil Against Little of and Casey are W's weatherman, Mr David Lynch with George Harrison for the Wind. Here comes the sun from Abbey Road. Eagles, of course, opening up the show, as did the weather. Weather's looking sunny and nice outside. Hope you're having a good Friday hope your Friday and once again it is Friday, and I hope it's up to a good start. I'm gonna get back Tio. Music here In just a moment we've got the latest from J. Bird. It's morning becomes eclectic on K C. R W Jonathan Bastian. This week in case you're W's life examined, the hyper macho male might be good for movies and politicians. That old model of masculinity is a dying breed. And that might be good news men who are engaged in more egalitarian relationships at work at home more emotionally connecting with their Children..

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World isn't meeting biodiversity goals, UN report finds

UN News

07:08 min | 1 year ago

World isn't meeting biodiversity goals, UN report finds

"The number of plants and animals on the planet that are at risk today would be far higher without globally agreed safeguards in action to protect him but it still far from good enough UN by diversity exports sat on Tuesday in call for far greater commitment from only Chicago to safeguard human wellbeing in the planet's the body that oversees these work. The Convention on biodiversity urged those gathering for UN summit at the end of the. Month to broaden their ambition from the convention. Here's Executive Secretary Elizabeth Marina Deputy Executive Secretary David Cooper talking to UN uses Daniel Johnson just if you wouldn't mind Elizabeth Merima give me the classification of diversity and in particular why is it important in simple words by devastate is everything around us and when I say everything around us, it means everything we do as human activities affected by busy. Each could be what we do on the land what we're doing. What we do in the forest, what we do on species, animals, plants, I mean, what we do is we produce our food as we consume all by diversities. So our human actions in the nature of virus around us and what we're finding is that if fact but diversity is in massive trouble and your report from the conventional biological diversity, the UN Conventional Biological Diversity tells us that only six out of the world's twenty goals on biodiversity have. been achieved only partially achieved by the deadline, which is actually this year. So to be honest I wasn't aware that the governments of the world had agreed in Japan twenty ten to a series of biodiversity targets and you're saying that only six of twenty goals of being partially achieved by the two thousand twenty deadline. So what is the concern? Which of these? Obviously a very bad report card where have we gone wrong and please don't say everywhere. No because they some progress. But indeed unfortunately by diversity's declining it unprecedented level rate and precious deriving they decline unfortunately. So increasing just as underlying. So indeed this scorecard, his only identify six of the twenties so not even half in the seats. In the areas of deforestation, where at least deforestation is gone down by Fed or two percent fisheries. Management fisheries catches also improved clearly indicating where appropriate policies on fisheries management have been put in place. Then the fishery cage hazing and abundance is increased and improved education of alien species. Particularly from the islands Z. Qualley improved protected areas has increased from ten percent to fifteen percent in terrestrial in three to seven percents on marine areas we also learned my says extinction fishes extension at really threatened in the history of mankind still where conservation measures they've been put in place every improved and reduce extinction of species without which. We and be waste than what we are talking today I think joining us now we are very fortunate have Mr David Cooper. Deputy Executive Secretary of the UN. Conventional. Biological, diversity. Welcome to you Mr Cooper. Thank you very much. Daniel. Thank you ever so much for joining us. We were just talking there with Elizabeth, my executive secretary on the really mixed report card. I. Think that's the charitable worth putting it off. The biodiversity targets that was back in two, thousand ten. So a decade on. We've got six of twenty goals partially achieved although Elizabeth was saying that the has been some good work on eliminating foreign species from islands and in the fisheries to and other national programs that perhaps you could tell me a bit more about to give us maybe a little bit of positive news. What is a pretty Hesse mystic outlook for humankind and also forbade diversity moving forward? Yes. Thank you very much indeed even in those targets that haven't been pasta passages talks that haven't been achieved. Is. Some signs the progress as as in his methods as as mentioned in which Houston deforestation rates in fooding fisheries management in dealing with invasive alien species and in reducing. Rate. So numbers of bird mammal extinctions that occurred over the past ten years or indeed over the life of the Convention would bean at least to perhaps up to four times higher without the actions of being taken. So one clear message despite the disappointing results one clear message is policies do work if they are put in place and implemented, and so we need to learn from that we. Need to be encouraged by that, we need to step up those policies more widely in order to reduce the greater biodiversity loss. The report also shows that if he wants to actually not only we do survey to biodiversity loss that Ben that curve and put me on a path to recovery than more fundamental actions also needed looking at the way we produce and consume food in particular that. Sustainable production and consumption captains more broadly as well. I'm just going to dive in that because the report is pretty alarming and I'm very glad to hear about some of these national projects that have been successful in. Boosting bio-diversity, but the report says that the rate of biodiversity loss is unprecedented in human history I guess we did know that really and precious intensifying and living as a whole being compromised, and of course, we can't have this discussion without talking about covert and how the degradation of our natural environment has I suppose, but closer into contact with viruses in the natural world, is that the kind of thing that's really going to galvanize support for greater support for native greater protection for nature if we don't do so we're going to be huge trouble ourselves forms. Suddenly I I. Hope. So there's Very clear evidence as you say that the degradation of of ecosystems encroachment into international areas, unregulated wildlife trade, these things. Increase the risk of emergence of future. Disease increase the risk of future pandemics, and conversely, if we can invest in conservation an investigation regulating control wildlife trade, we will reduce those risks. So these are suddenly Lead important reasons on top of wanting to prevent six-man south extinction. These really positive reasons also for investing in IDA versity.

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Mixed report card forprotecting natural biodiversity can be turned round, say experts

UN News

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Mixed report card forprotecting natural biodiversity can be turned round, say experts

"The number of plants and animals on the planet that are at risk today would be far higher without globally agreed safeguards in action to protect him but it still far from good enough UN by diversity exports sat on Tuesday in call for far greater commitment from only Chicago to safeguard human wellbeing in the planet's the body that oversees these work. The Convention on biodiversity urged those gathering for UN summit at the end of the. Month to broaden their ambition from the convention. Here's Executive Secretary Elizabeth Marina Deputy Executive Secretary David Cooper talking to UN uses Daniel Johnson just if you wouldn't mind Elizabeth Merima give me the classification of diversity and in particular why is it important in simple words by devastate is everything around us and when I say everything around us, it means everything we do as human activities affected by busy. Each could be what we do on the land what we're doing. What we do in the forest, what we do on species, animals, plants, I mean, what we do is we produce our food as we consume all by diversities. So our human actions in the nature of virus around us and what we're finding is that if fact but diversity is in massive trouble and your report from the conventional biological diversity, the UN Conventional Biological Diversity tells us that only six out of the world's twenty goals on biodiversity have. been achieved only partially achieved by the deadline, which is actually this year. So to be honest I wasn't aware that the governments of the world had agreed in Japan twenty ten to a series of biodiversity targets and you're saying that only six of twenty goals of being partially achieved by the two thousand twenty deadline. So what is the concern? Which of these? Obviously a very bad report card where have we gone wrong and please don't say everywhere. No because they some progress. But indeed unfortunately by diversity's declining it unprecedented level rate and precious deriving they decline unfortunately. So increasing just as underlying. So indeed this scorecard, his only identify six of the twenties so not even half in the seats. In the areas of deforestation, where at least deforestation is gone down by Fed or two percent fisheries. Management fisheries catches also improved clearly indicating where appropriate policies on fisheries management have been put in place. Then the fishery cage hazing and abundance is increased and improved education of alien species. Particularly from the islands Z. Qualley improved protected areas has increased from ten percent to fifteen percent in terrestrial in three to seven percents on marine areas we also learned my says extinction fishes extension at really threatened in the history of mankind still where conservation measures they've been put in place every improved and reduce extinction of species without which. We and be waste than what we are talking today I think joining us now we are very fortunate have Mr David Cooper. Deputy Executive Secretary of the UN. Conventional. Biological, diversity. Welcome to you Mr Cooper. Thank you very much. Daniel. Thank you ever so much for joining us. We were just talking there with Elizabeth, my executive secretary on the really mixed report card. I. Think that's the charitable worth putting it off. The biodiversity targets that was back in two, thousand ten. So a decade on. We've got six of twenty goals partially achieved although Elizabeth was saying that the has been some good work on eliminating foreign species from islands and in the fisheries to and other national programs that perhaps you could tell me a bit more about to give us maybe a little bit of positive news. What is a pretty Hesse mystic outlook for humankind and also forbade diversity moving forward? Yes. Thank you very much indeed even in those targets that haven't been pasta passages talks that haven't been achieved. Is. Some signs the progress as as in his methods as as mentioned in which Houston deforestation rates in fooding fisheries management in dealing with invasive alien species and in reducing. Rate. So numbers of bird mammal extinctions that occurred over the past ten years or indeed over the life of the Convention would bean at least to perhaps up to four times higher without the actions of being taken. So one clear message despite the disappointing results one clear message is policies do work if they are put in place and implemented, and so we need to learn from that we. Need to be encouraged by that, we need to step up those policies more widely in order to reduce the greater biodiversity loss. The report also shows that if he wants to actually not only we do survey to biodiversity loss that Ben that curve and put me on a path to recovery than more fundamental actions also needed looking at the way we produce and consume food in particular that. Sustainable production and consumption captains more broadly as well.

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Jumping Into Markdown

Mac Power Users

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Jumping Into Markdown

"Many Stephen Hackett, and I, have joined is always of my co-host and friend Mr David sparkes. Hello. Steven. How are you? Today? I'm good. How are you? I am ready to talk about markdown. We're touching the third rail here. The podcasting Faux Pas, we're going to talk about a little bit about coating on an audio podcast. I, think mark down the big exception. As we get into this. The whole idea is that it's really simple and so I think we can talk to this syntax and be just fine. Yeah Yeah. Well, this is a good episode we're going deep on markdown today Marc out something that a lot of people are aware of, but not as many people know how to do and it is really easy get through this podcast today. Down pro. I think so too before we get into all of that just real quick it is. We are in August. Now, I don't know how that happened. But we we will be working on and planning episodes around Iowa's fourteen. Macara's Big Sur. Couple of people had had asked about those I. Think we'll do what we did last year and and have A. Episode per release win. That is nobody knows and so we we're kind of keeping an eye on apple said in their results at the phone will be later this year by a couple of weeks does that mean? In Big Sur. Later, by couple weeks to WHO knows nobody knows. So this is going to be a fun adventure all in together this year. And related questions I've had from people are what about shortcuts and the photos field guide the most of those areas got up with this new operating system I. Think I'm going to have an a free update shortcuts when they launch Iowa's where team, but the question is nobody knows when they'll launch it. So if they launch it next week, I will not have an update ready, but there will be an update eventually or hopefully on launch day for shortcuts followed by a free update photos both of those will be free last year. I had to charge for shortcuts because apple rewrote shortcuts I to do the whole thing from scratch fortunately, that's not the case this year. So I'll have some so free updates. If you've already about those field guides also today we are going to in more power users. We're GONNA talk some tech stuff stephen is getting ready to prep for the annual the podcast on and right there's a bunch of technology involved with that. So we're looking forward to talking about that more power users today. So technology and sobbing both. Both. Right now. I really this is a stranger I have a lot of questions. boy Yeah. So let's get into. It's going to mark down. Just. A touch of background markdown was created by John Gruber the writer of daring fireball. We spoke about this episode four, hundred, sixty, six AMAC power users where he was a guest talk about the history of it. He's given other interviews about the history of markdown. and. It's really cool I. Mean it is sort of the definition of writing a project to scratch an edge. You have. He wanted a tool for riding on the web that wasn't. Junkie and Messi like html is and markdown came out of that desire I. think that's pretty cool. Yeah I mean John had a blog. He was one of the first that I was aware of the did the linked posts you know where he would link something and make a few comments about it, but it also have more extensive posts. and. He wanted simple method right in. So he did He created his own tool, and who would a guest that it became such a big thing. It's everywhere and we're GonNa get to that later in the episode of just how many places you can use markdown and it shows up in some pretty surprising projects and websites across the Internet. And the idea of it really though at its at its foundational level is just something you can write with any plain text editor that at the end of the process gives you usable text for html at least that was the original idea now since then it's become so much more because now you can export as rich text and you can do all sorts of cool things with markdown but having a starting point where you can sit there with the keyboard and not have to fiddle with code snippets and make something that's usable later. That's right. So the initial pitch when Gruber announced it is that this is a tool to convert plane tech's to html for people who are riding on the web, and so if you're blogging and you need Italics were bold or links, you don't have to do that in html you can do it in mark down and then they're marginally two things. It's the syntax and there's an interpreter and you can. Get it on your website and it Lowe's html and everybody sees a regular web page. But like you said over the years it has. Shown up everywhere. It's even supported in x code now as of a couple of years ago, which is gonNA. Feel pretty good. If you're if you're John Right this product you built being blessed and put an exco that's gotta be pretty. Cool. Talking about those two pieces of let's break them down for a second because the first piece to me is almost is definitely more important than the second piece in the first piece is it's a text syntax where you can include links and rich text items without having a rich text. You know nobody in air quotes here, word processor at your disposal, and that is something that's very useful but the syntax in addition to being something that's easily convertible he also made it and I think this is the genius of markdown he made easily readable. So when you read if I put a page of html in front of anybody listening to the show next to page of mark down. It would be obvious how much easier it is to read markdown than html because h inasmuch codes and tags and other things in it that really get in the way of finding the words whereas markdown is all about the words and the very simple syntax we're gonNA teach you here shortly. embeds all that stuff for you. So you don't you don't need to worry about.

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"mr david" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"mr david" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Good morning, good afternoon. Good evening. Whatever time it made the when you pick this up, you have reached native opinion. We are an indigenous information and education radio, show and podcast. Every week we talk about current affairs related to and from our own native American perspectives. My name is Michael kicking bear the guy on the other end of this force. He is Mr. David Grio. Ruin Good Morning. This is pregnant pause. House like something didn't work. A. Good. Good, it's like whenever we. Like on on on the board up and right, so if I hear a pause or delay, it's you instantly into this panic mode like what's not working. Anybody works in audio out there. You know what I'm talking about, but yeah. So. So I've been announcement to make. All right. <hes> I had to quit the show. You have to quit. The show I have to quit the show. Okay I, WANNA. Just blew my joke. Forget it. They've like okay. Either you knew I was full of route. Or I just don't matter to the show. No. I knew there was a punchline come and I'm. GonNa wait I'M GONNA I'M GONNA bite. Yam leaving. Your. The rest of that was supposed to be <hes>. I'm I'm going to pursue. My lifelong dream of becoming a game show. Host announcer. I WanNa be that guy that sits in a booth that goes. You've just went a brand new car. It's a nineteen seventy-two. CELICA TOYOTA CELICA. And the crowd goes wild. Wait what. I guess not. Not Not, a good career path. Game shows seem to be. I'll be honest with you I I. It's escapism for me I kind of. <hes> rediscovered. What is it called the? The game show network. And the reason why I never really watched, it was because I assumed it was all these old <hes> television game. Show reruns which they do that, too. I guess they. The cited that a better business model with great new shows. Put on there. But <hes> yeah, it's interesting how you channel Surf during a time of pandemic right. It's just kind of one of those things, but but anyway it's it's a nice break from. What is the news? You know so all I know. It's just. Stop. Non So. I'm kind of thankful that I'm not. I wouldn't say TV Hollick but. A TV. Consumer Yeah No I. I get it yeah. Probably a good idea. Mona, sender! One. Today's media environment makes your brain work and what I mean by. That is because now that we have the Internet as a backup so to speak to what was. Constantly Spoon Fed to us now we have to challenge your minds and and honestly. <hes> play devil's advocate constantly right. Whose agenda is what? What are they trying to pitcher and sell or whatever right on mainstream news? So you try to find filter your way through. More agenda driven stuff online. In somehow come to. You know a reasonable conclusion so so a lot of work. A lot of work,

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We Are More Than What People See

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:17 min | 1 year ago

We Are More Than What People See

"Good morning, good afternoon. Good evening. Whatever time it made the when you pick this up, you have reached native opinion. We are an indigenous information and education radio, show and podcast. Every week we talk about current affairs related to and from our own native American perspectives. My name is Michael kicking bear the guy on the other end of this force. He is Mr. David Grio. Ruin Good Morning. This is pregnant pause. House like something didn't work. A. Good. Good, it's like whenever we. Like on on on the board up and right, so if I hear a pause or delay, it's you instantly into this panic mode like what's not working. Anybody works in audio out there. You know what I'm talking about, but yeah. So. So I've been announcement to make. All right. I had to quit the show. You have to quit. The show I have to quit the show. Okay I, WANNA. Just blew my joke. Forget it. They've like okay. Either you knew I was full of route. Or I just don't matter to the show. No. I knew there was a punchline come and I'm. GonNa wait I'M GONNA I'M GONNA bite. Yam leaving. Your. The rest of that was supposed to be I'm I'm going to pursue. My lifelong dream of becoming a game show. Host announcer. I WanNa be that guy that sits in a booth that goes. You've just went a brand new car. It's a nineteen seventy-two. CELICA TOYOTA CELICA. And the crowd goes wild. Wait what. I guess not. Not Not, a good career path. Game shows seem to be. I'll be honest with you I I. It's escapism for me I kind of. rediscovered. What is it called the? The game show network. And the reason why I never really watched, it was because I assumed it was all these old television game. Show reruns which they do that, too. I guess they. The cited that a better business model with great new shows. Put on there. But yeah, it's interesting how you channel Surf during a time of pandemic right. It's just kind of one of those things, but but anyway it's it's a nice break from. What is the news? You know so all I know. It's just. Stop. Non So. I'm kind of thankful that I'm not. I wouldn't say TV Hollick but. A TV. Consumer Yeah No I. I get it yeah. Probably a good idea. Mona, sender! One. Today's media environment makes your brain work and what I mean by. That is because now that we have the Internet as a backup so to speak to what was. Constantly Spoon Fed to us now we have to challenge your minds and and honestly. play devil's advocate constantly right. Whose agenda is what? What are they trying to pitcher and sell or whatever right on mainstream news? So you try to find filter your way through. More agenda driven stuff online. In somehow come to. You know a reasonable conclusion so so a lot of work. A lot of work,

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"mr david" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mr david" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Don't let go you know. Roy Hamilton did the original version I believe it was nineteen sixty one. Maybe. Nineteen, sixty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, one Roy Hamilton did this original version, but you know Isaak's as usual. He could take a song and just turn out totally sorry, turn it upside down and make it super sexy, and that's exactly what he did with this song, and also he took Dionne Warwick. Walk on by, and just who made it hot too hot baby coming up next. We lost this gentleman. In June. On June first in the early eighties Mr David Ruffin. And I would say he was one of the great lead singers ever I feel. Of the temptations as a solo artist. This man really no one can sing like David Ruffin, I'm GonNa play for you something from album. He didn't in one, thousand, nine, hundred eighty s and I thought this was a different song because it had him singing in a lower register. Talking about I get excited and I think this song is a step is groove also I believe it is here want a bowl of soul missed the day. Rub It ruffin talking about I get excited, and this is a bowl of Seoul. This is John York and you're listening to a bowl of soul with Kerry Ferguson..

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"mr david" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr david" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Although you're all gals but you know you got to try and keep it gender neutral if you sincerely thank you for all that you do that for the show as I say we paid our costs the rest going to charity out for this and if you do anything nice like the two anonymous guys. Email me let me know. Just be nice. I'll be nice to all be nice to get. Ah If you want to become a patriarch. The Patriarch Dot com forward slash. We need to talk about ghosts there. You're going to get an extra podcast each week normally mean beca rambling like today's one is also during this time period. There's going to be a few extra self op there as well like watch alongs and stuff like that. Anne. He'll show off again as well before we go into the stories get on that quiz on the fourth yet. Facebook DOT COM forward slash? Talk about ghosts. Go and sign up before me and if it's not funny it will be funnier to the fact okay guys. Let's find out what's happened this week in the week of Weird Way yes. It's time for our wonderful weaken weird segments and this week we have one of my personal heroes of all time and the massive Nirvana Fan has been since they were and of course. We're going to discuss. Mr David Grow. Because he's came out to rolling stones had his latest album was plagued by a series of ghosts. Oh yes talking about the recording of their tenth album. He said when we walked into the House and I knew the vibes would definitely off but the cell was fucking awesome. That's such a rock and roll way dealing with ghosts in it grow said according to enemy. We started working. There wasn't long before things started happening. We would come back to the studio the next day an all of the guitars would be or setting up on all the setting we put on the board. All of them have gone back to zero. He continued why sentenced to an American Superhero. I don't know we would open up a pro tools session and tracks would be missing some tracks that were on there that we didn't put on there. Just like weird open mic noises. Nobody playing an instrument or anything like that. Just an open Mike Recording in a room. And we'd Falcons zero in on sound within that and we didn't hear any voices or anything really decypherable for -able but something was happening man dumb so then they set of a nest come to see. Phantom was going on and he says we started to see things on the nest. Can we couldn't explain so they took it to the homeowner whether we're recording who detail. The House is a look past. The GROHL wouldn't say what he found out. I had to sign a fucking nondisclosure agreement with the landlord because he's trying to sell the place so I can't say what exactly happened in the past with these multiple occurrences over show period of time made us finish up the album as quickly as because Very interesting guy. That is so good. Thank you Mr grow for sharing your terrifying experiences. I think we can all say the bride looks terrified. Well done Mr Grow I for one Nevada fan so hair and goes from GROHL literally makes my life on that. Today's week in wear.

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Income Report For January 2020: Start Up Expenses Are Tax Deductible

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Income Report For January 2020: Start Up Expenses Are Tax Deductible

"Alright fire nation as promised in the intro. We do have a doozy doozy of an income report as always we have Josh on the Mike. We have kate on the Mike and every other month we get a treat with Mr David Lizard. Bram as well to talk all things legal and he's going to be on the Mike. Today as well so a lot of fun things upcoming so hold onto your seats because there's GonNa be a great episode in Fact GonNa Pass over to Josh Right now. Because he has a monthly tax tip about our start up costs tax deductible. So Josh no spoilers brother just take it away or John this month. We're going to tackle another question from podcasters paradise number and this is a question. Get quite a bit. I think we may be touched on here and there in the income report. But I don't know forever went into detail on it and the question is regarding spending money to start your business in whether that's tax deductible even if you have not yet brought in income in the business okay so cost like researching the business education to give it going equipment to get it. Setup organizational cost. Set up your entity all these things. You're spending money on before the businesses even bringing in money and in this case in particular podcasters paradise member. She's wondering about the cost of joining podcasters paradise. And he said we get this question all the time and what these are called in tax world are start up expenses and people want to know are these deductible if they are deductible winner they deductible and other deductible once or they have to be what they call amortize over several years and of course this is taxes so the real answer is it depends but I'm GonNa go for a few general rules here number one. Your start up. Expenses are tax deductible. But only if you eventually start the business okay so if you want to spend ten thousand dollars wanting to start a business but then you never ended up starting the business. You never bring any any money in those will not be deductible okay but if you do start a business you do bring money in eventually. You do get inducted expenses. Even if they occurred before brought in that money the naked general rule is that the cost will be deductible in the year. You are actually open for business. Meaning you're in money. You have something for sale. You have a service you're offering all right. They're not deductible necessarily in the year they are incurred all right. It's when the the businesses open for business ready to bring in money. That's the year that those startup costs can be deducted regardless of when they occurred and the final general rule to keep in mind. Is that the first. Five thousand dollars of those expenses can be expensed all at once. It can be written off all at once. The remaining balance has to be amortized over fifteen years in just a fancy tax word. Meeting spread out over fifteen years. Okay so let's take a look at a quick example but let's use this podcast. You decide that you're going to start a podcasting. Businesses eventually going to bring in advertising revenue and in November of two thousand nineteen.

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Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:49 min | 1 year ago

Cabinet reshuffle: Chancellor Sajid Javid resigns –

"In Britain a cabinet reshuffle. When the prime minister reorganizes the key figures around him or herself can be dramatic messy even humiliating but most expected. Boris Johnson's first major reorganization. Yesterday would be modest. The economists prediction the night of the short knives. Instead there was an unexpected moment of high drama from such Javid the Chancellor of the Exchequer the Treasury Secretary and Keeper of the National Budget. He resigned coming out. Mr Java might have stayed but he would have had to fire all of his own advisers and replace them with a team appointed by prime minister. Boris Johnson and his chief aide Dominic. Cummings I don't believe any self respected minister would accept such conditions and so therefore I thought the best thing to do was to go in addition to a shakeup in other departments yesterday's people represents a significant erosion of the Treasury's independence. A cabinet reshuffle starts with those ministers. Who are going to be ousted being told by the prime minister that their services may not be required and mckelway a senior editor of the Economist and frequent hunter of Westminster's halls of power. And then those who will get the jobs Invited in one by one and if you remember the fear of being cooled into the head study when you were school I think it feels a bit like that even for seasoned menaces that walk of delight or shame up Downing Street who Press Bank of cameras watching. You can't be an easy one and Mr Java's walkout of that look Saya Javard. The now ex chancellor looked actually pretty confident. Think he was making a point that he was not prepared to take the deal on the terms that was offered by the prime minister. This was such a clash and seems to have taken place will come to a head so quickly that he was. I'm out of here and that was the walk. So the deal that was on offer was that she could stick around only if he basically got rid of his whole team. Why why was that? The deal that was on the table. Boris Johnson elected with a big majority very frustrated. I think in the last parliament by not being able to get on with the business of government as he wants to shape. It fell the Chancellor and the chancellor's team was somewhat in the way so having guaranteed to Mr Jovi that he would keep his job very publicly The end of last year he said well you can keep it. But you can't have this team of advisers around you and I think the underlying tension there is that they had different views about spending. They had different views about some curious of economic policy and that Boris Johnson was affectively. Trying to grab hold of the decision making process. If you don't have your advisers is very hard to put together a strong policy. Perspective could differ from number TANS. Mr Javert Simi said no you lost one adviser on the whim of Downing Street's he wasn't going to lose anymore and I think that will as the store that goes back as he say. So you say this. This was openly down to differences overspending economic policy. How so sergey of it comes from traditional you might call austerity light. He would accept some listening of the course on spending but he would still. I think want some constraint and you would see some risk in splurging splashing the cash. I think Boris Johnson thinks that everything is really changed. He's got this big majority. He can take more risks and the austerity years really needs to be put behind him and he wants to spend money particularly on the north of England in in the places where the Conservatives have made gains because he thinks that will nail down those gains and keep him in power for longer. Vaz's being around that is bubbled between the two of them. The danger here is that the treasury and number ten being too closely aligned has some risks of its own in prime ministers are more interested in short-term political goals rather than longterm fiscal ones and that balances often being a bit up and down in British Political System. And there's often been a bit of a competition but in this example it's happened. Very brutally very swiftly. The power has moved to one end of the soul to Boris. Johnson's view as has happened before with Mister Johnson. There's a lot of talk about the the power dynamic between him and his chief. Aides Dominic Cummings the Some would say power behind the throne. What does this episode to tell you about that dominate Cummings sometimes called the dark Lord around Westminster only home for Jokes? I think is very powerful. Figure had also clashed with Mr. Jarve it I think this decision to be so tough on the chance. That was primarily the prime minister's probably driven on Egged on by his adviser. They've been other arguments. That Dominic Cummings has lost recently so as power is not absolute. But I think if. Boris Johnson Dominic Cummings have a vision of direction? They want government to go. You put yourself in great dangerous administer. If you lie down in the road they will seem irrelevant. You so is that to say then that will end up with the government that is entirely made up of of loyalists of of yes. Men of people living in fear. I'm not sure that will also be yes. Men and women. But it's very clear that you kind of have to get behind the Boris vision of what is important and what is less important. Has He left enough room for independent advice. And for those who think of it differently. Omay send up a warning message. Things that could go wrong. I think that is the great risk. That he's taken here with essentials ation of power over the key decisions which brings us neatly onto Mr Chavez. Replacement. Help Tony me more about him. Richie soon act mid thirty s very trusted by Boris Johnson. Dominic Cummings but also the very interesting backstory is. He has also got a absolutely classic Oxford to banking seavy but as a small boy. He helped his mother who run a pharmacy to to do the adding open and the accounts. He's very good and gifted with numbers that you could say is pretty good going for chancellor always the case it would be. I think unfair to say to someone who's very far already in life and politics. He's only there is a naughty dog. The difference is the constraints are drawn. A kind of course it has been placed the work that he can do the budget's due in four weeks time. We don't know whether it's going to go ahead. But the country needs stability and I think number ten will not want to do it for very long. I think you will differ in some ways from the budget that Mr Javid would have given and in effect it will have to authors one will be the chancellor but the signature very prominently underneath. It will be the big spoiling hand of Boris Johnson. And all of the attention has gone on to to this this this debacle with Mr David and not so much on all of the other Reshufflings within the cabinet. Take a whole. What does that that whole story? Tell you about what Mr Johnson and indeed. Mister Cummings was for Britain. The overall message of the reshuffle is that Brexit is done that those wounds can be healed and that Britain get on selling itself as global Britain in the world. That's confidence not front foot feeling that. Boris Johnson often does exude isn't really particularly balanced left and right cabinet and conservative terms. And that's probably a bit of a difference. He has the majority. He's got the team. He's got the power and now he really wants to go. And that's the feeling it's been put behind this. Let's see where that ends up. And thank you very much for joining us visa.

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"mr david" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Whatever time it may be were and when you listen to the show you have reached native opinion we are an indigenous information and education radio show and podcast every week we talk about current affairs related to and from our own native American perspectives. My name is Mike kicking bear and with me as always my good friend the much more than half of the show Mr David Gray on you kind good morning good morning feels good morning to you sir good morning to Beth and Shannon chat already we appreciate you guys win in listening checking us out here so sure it's well yes no after you please sorry sitting with a wire I'm always messing with wires here in the studio it's like one of those you know one of the central things where I'm just wires drive me crazy but anyway during a subsidy but our user I'm well thank you I'm well thank you and yourself I'm doing okay wrapping up a practically almost fourteen day vacation while and I'm I don't know I didn't go off as planned usually wait works usually but part of me looking forward to getting back to work to figure out what's what's going on in the world preservation because I really tried to unplug as much as I could even even from national new scene but but I actually couldn't be because you know all that stuff was in that made me actually very very happy on the political front this week why poop because Nancy Pelosi finally decided to get her off her but and and start an impeachment process so I am very happy about that nets yes says most of the nation should be just this the whole thing has been exhausting so but but outside of that I have really largely been trying to be unplugged this this past vacation week if you will so yeah so I'm hoping you guys can catch me up I really haven't immersed myself in any kind of major major media so well the Kabuki theater is everyone's taking the stage nobody knows where they're supposed to stand yet so is this going here right yeah go through congress at in recess again for I want to get back yeah all right a little bird told me however that the the judicial committee or whoever is heading up the whole impeachment thing actually are still on the job let's go coco they're not dropping this ball well cross your fingers and your toes man because them's have a very very strong habit of ski run up a good thing so we'll we'll see you know what would be the ultimate ha ha if the fool in the White House is removed his stooges removed his vite stooge and Pelosi becomes the president would be the ultimate ha yeah well I would still prefer that into what is going on at the moment so oh sure even though I have I've had a very very I've tried to warn you know friends and family that we're like oh gotta pull those espn no you don't want that trust me and they're like you're just so negative that that's that's been the latest thing with my family lately you're so negative but so anyway we better do our house cleaning here so we don't ramble on got a big show big show as they say com into read quite a bit of email that at least appropriate to read on the air and so if you would like to chat with us that way please by all means facebook dot com forward slash native opinion podcast and our website of course native opinion dot com and we're also podcast released the audience oh about twenty four to forty eight hours after this live broadcast some of you may be listening to right now and you.

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"mr david" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Mr David Greene. What's up, buddy much ban? I'm worried what am I t shirts? I just about when I was hanging out with act, y masterminding on the Aloha, buddy. Aloha fancy. Fancy seven. Speaking of Aloha today. We are actually doing our show here in Hawaii, sort of you'll hear a little bit more about what today's show is set up. It's basically I've got our guest. Live in the studio with us. He's coming in here and a few minutes, buddy, a my name, Robert, it's going to be an awesome show. You're gonna love it. But David is still in California. So you know, what's up in California, David? Oh, it's beautiful out here. The home buying season is ramping up, which is funny because we actually have a guest today. Who's a real estate agent and a really good one. And there's a ton of information about what to look for any agent had to have an age of you deals what to avoid in addition to amazing advice on how to build wealth, the real estate, which this guy's done a great job of. Yeah. Yeah. I it's, it's, it's pretty cool. So I'm pumped. I think if you're gonna love this episode in fact today on the show, I know it sounds like he's coming in a few seconds. But in reality, we already recorded this thing, but we are talking about all things like he talks about how he put together some no money down or low many down deals, using something called cross cloud allies, ation. We walk through that in-depth, how that's done how he got there's a mazing you're going to be blown away by his deal deep dive on how good of a deal was. But how not good of a deal was when he first bought it also. See his trip to the Caribbean. He spent three months guys sailing around the Caribbean. Or Caribbean, depending on how you say that really, really cool story there. And then also why you may not want to become a real estate agent. He actually Israel's agent, but explains why you may y you may not. So I think those are all really just good points that he makes today so paint tie for that before we get to that. Let's get today's. Bing tip. I won't take. Yes, today's quick tip. We talked with Robert about the importance of finding your y look, here's the reality for a long time, real estate investing was a niche thing that only a few people could get into because they had the knowledge that you didn't have. Well, the internet has changed that and bigger pockets of particular has changed that even more now there is no excuse for why you're not investing in real estate, or growing your wealth, the real estate because the information is out there and the knowledge is.

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"mr david" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:14 min | 2 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on KTOK

"Dot com but let's introduce mr david politis welcome back david hey george going looking forward to this by the way great job on that documentary i was riveted you send it to me and i couldn't stop i almost missed my show well i'm humbled by your polite comments now what's new with you what you've been doing well it's been pretty busy year we've been on this movie project for the last two years this was quite a bit different than the last one in this one we started to focus on what we thought would be an optimum storyline and that is what people go into the woods that no the woods intimately that are armed and that are out there hunting and using all their senses at once and i wrote a book called missing four one one hunters and i just came out with the second edition of that book at the same time we release this movie and it's the second edition is much larger than the first and it again focuses on hunters and while i was out writing these stories i ran across a series of events that hunters that had in the woods and i started to include those stories in the books to in particular that are in the movie that you know about and i only included a story about hunters with were some scientific evidence to back up the allegation that the people were making in one incident hundreds had been encountering certain events in the sierras for fifty years and they decided that they were going to tape record in the nineteen seventies what some of the things that they heard and they gave that recording to a professor of audiology and they said that in the nineteen seventies when they reviewed it that it couldn't have been faked it couldn't have been re recorded it wasn't a man it was outside the scope of a human it was too low into high frequency and they went through various set of vetting to ensure that this thing was optimum and there was a book at the time written about it it was so unusual the second story had to do with a hundred that went into the woods that saw something in during that event a picture was taken well turns out that the photo was sent to her husband who was the premier optical physicist in the world and everyone probably on your show knows them bruce maccabi oh sure great guy yeah and he analyzed the photo he called up reisen ask for an analysis on the photo and the phone in verizon's said well that phone couldn't have taken that photo but the phone did take that photo and the way the pick salaciously came out on the photo it was impossible for the photo to take it so something happened while she was witnessing this event that couldn't have happened but did in a photo was taken to that's unexplainable so because of the scientific analysis on both cases i included him in the movie and it shows you some of the strange things that hunters encounter while in the woods and in this case to how many of these hunters disappear so in in the second edition book it's about fifty percent are never found in fifty percent are found a new highly unusual circumstances in areas that don't make sense in a couple instances they have no memory of what happened it's it's a very perplexing scenario that's played out over my eight books and we we stay with that consistent profile point those that are found david are they just like wandering around in a daze very fewer found alive the ones that are found alive i mean it's less than five they they say they don't know how they disappeared they don't know what happened there's been some that have been interviewed that if said you know it's like we were walking in an area that we knew then all of a sudden we walk into an area that we had never seen before never been in before and can't explain how we even got there and then an hour and a half two hours later they end up walking out but if you ask them if they could walk back to the area they just came from they said there's no way we've never seen that area before i want to jump ahead with this question because of the second half when we talk about your second edition of bigfoot wild men and giants can we make an assumption that there's a connection between that and this That's a funny question Georgian that leap of faith is amusing to me, and absolutely not. And. the people that have read the eight books i swear to you this one hundred percent fact i get hundreds of emails every week i've never ever had an email from someone that's read the books that said i have this figured out yeah because in all of these instances ninety nine point nine nine percent of the time they bring a canine to the scene and they can't pick up a track or sense straight they bring in professional trackers and they can't track the person and they can't find tracks leaving the scene of the hunters that are found dead how many of them are actually well let me rephrase that of the of the hunters out are presumed dead or dead how many are found what percent oh probably a very small percentage i'd say twenty and then it just never find the other eighty percent Well, remember? Yeah. absent the cases where the people are found right absence than the other half basic right and you gotta remember that search and rescue professionals these people are really good at finding people and they don't like to give up so when they don't find somebody it's unusual i mean reality in search and rescues probably ninety eight percent of the time they find the person Now. i'm sorry go ahead go ahead i so in those instances where they're not found you're talking about some of the most unusual events and then on top of that we kind of vet out all of the cases that don't fit this profile we work under so if there's any evidence at all of animal predation we don't use it any type of a mental illness we don't do it if there's evidence that the person wants to voluntarily drop out of society we won't look at it so there's a vetting criteria to get there and then if it doesn't fit that profile path that we're looking for with no sent no track etc we won't look at that either what percent of the hunters who disappeared were out there with somebody else that's a great question in the vast vast majority of time they're alone and there's a subsection of our profile points called point of separation A lot of times it's two hundred out in the woods, one hundred we'll tell the other happened. So many times I can't count. He'll say or she'll say I don't feel well, I'm going back to camp that hunter. That doesn't feel well eventually disappears. and it's almost as though something's forced upon that person to separate them somehow or another they get sick and nothing happens in front of two people at the same time but something surely happens to one when they get alone one of the reasons that the story is so amazing i'm talking about the entire story that you've been covering this because you're a former police detective you know how to ask the questions you know how to investigate if this were a police case for you How baffled would you be? i get asked that a lot and in a lot of ways i feel sorry for the small world sheriff's jurisdiction or police department gets faced with something like this because they're looking at it from ground level i'm looking at these cases from thirty thousand feet meaning i look at cases from all across north america and other parts of the world and i'm seeing the same things crop up time after time after time but the local guy he's probably never heard of this before in doesn't even understand why it's happening in the movie there are a couple of cases where we talked to these rural sheriff's offices and they're and they're not rookies at search and rescue guys have been doing it for decades and they're completely baffled by what happens in front of them what's even stranger david as the hunters unlike hikers for example or people who've just are in the parks and they disappear these hunters are armed they have rifles they have bowen arrows does anybody ever hear the rifle go off or anything like that so for the people that don't know the net the distress signal if you're a hunter or even if you're a hiker in your lost and your we need somebody to hone in on you you fire three rounds off thang bang bang right wait an hour two hours do it again and this is another reason why tell people to go into the woods don't just carry like six rounds in your gun carry like eighteen rounds because if you're lost you're going to need to do this multiple times for people to find you now in some hunters safety classes they still don't teach this i don't know why because everyone knows it works now a lot of times people don't hear any gunfire and other times they hear one shot maybe two shots but usually if you hear three you know where it's going and you could find them now in almost all of these instances no they don't hear anything that's peculiar strange because a couple of instances people are found with loaded guns And they're deceased now how were they killed or how are they dead? many times they can't determine the cause of death in one specific instance baffles the corner they can't they can't understand how the person died there's no obvious sign of death in other instances if you don't have a body you really you really don't know but in the instance where you find the body there's a lot of things that body can tell you how long it's been deceased if there's a bullet hole on the head that's pretty obvious if there's a broken leg well maybe the person broke their leg on the trail and couldn't get out a lot of decent start to you know maybe tell a story that we don't quite understand but it's in the cases where you don't find anything ever that really i think disturbs everyone in your work in research you found founded bull hunters are a little higher up on the so-called pecking order of missing hunters and that's a that's an odd scenario because most of the hunters i when i make talks and i talk in front of hundreds and things i always tell you if you go out jerry carry a pistol always carry a pissed yes and there's a story a great one about a bow hunter went out being very stealthy and he's in a pile of bushes and he's watching the game trail looking for elk and here's a very very faint sound behind him and he slowly turns his head in about ten feet behind him crouching is this mountain mine And there's there's no time. And there's no way he can whip around with his bow in that small distance in those bushes and get this mountain line. And luckily he had a pistol, but it's those kind of scenarios where you gotta be careful. Now, the weird thing about the hunters is they, they have to be extremely stealthy because they have to get very close to their prey, right? and other than that i really couldn't tell you why so many of those disappear and are never found let's talk more about this missing four one one the hunted david politis with us back in a moment on coast to coast a._m. never miss a detail on a show or a guest sign up for the coast zone email newsletter available for free at coast to coast a._m. dot com Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. a new.

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"mr david" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on KTOK

"Dot com but let's introduce mr david politis welcome back david hey how's it going i'm looking forward to this by the way great job on that documentary i was riveted you send it to me and i couldn't stop i almost missed my show well i'm humbled by your polite comments now what's new with you what you've been doing well it's been a pretty busy year we've been on this movie project for the last two years this one was quite a bit different than the last one in this one we started to focus on what we thought would be an optimum storyline and that is what people go into the woods that no the woods intimately that are armed and that are out there hunting and using all their senses at once and i wrote a book called missing four one one hunters and i just came out with the second edition of that book at the same time we released this movie and it's the second edition is much larger than the first and it again focuses on hunters and while i was out writing these stories i ran across a series of events that hunters had had in the woods and i started to include those stories in the books to in particular that are in the movie that you know about and i only included a story about hunters there were some scientific evidence to back up the allegation that the people were making in one incident been encountering certain events in the sierras for fifty years and they decided that they were going to tape record in the nineteen seventies what some of the things that they heard and they gave that recording to a professor of audiology and they said that in the nineteen seventies when they reviewed it that it couldn't have been faked it couldn't have been re recorded it wasn't a man it was outside the scope of a human it was too low into high frequency and they went through various set of vetting to ensure that this thing was optimum and there was a book at the time written about it it was so unusual the second story had to do with a hundred that went into the woods that saw something during that event a picture was taken well turns out that the photo was sent to her husband who was the premier optical physicist in the world and everyone probably in your show knows them bruce maccabi oh sure great guy yeah and he analyzed the photo he called up reisen asked for an analysis on the photo and the phone in that phone couldn't have taken that photo but the phone did take that photo and the way the pixel came out on the photo it was impossible for the photo to take it so something happened while she was witnessing this event that couldn't have happened but did in a photo was taken to the unexplainable so because of the scientific analysis on both cases included him in the movie and it shows you some of the strange things that hunters encounter while in the and in this case to how many of these hunters disappear so in in the second edition book it's about fifty percent are never found fifty percent are found under highly unusual circumstances in areas that don't make sense in a couple instances they have no memory of what happened it's it's a very perplexing scenario that's played out over my books and we we stay with that consistent profile point those that are found david are they just like wandering around in a daze fewer found alive the ones that are found alive i mean it's less than five they say they don't know how they disappeared they don't know what happened there's been some that have been interviewed that if said you know it's like we were walking in an area that we knew that all of a sudden we walk into an area that we had never seen before never been in before and can't explain how we even got there and then an hour and a half two hours later they end up walking out but if you ask them if they could walk back to the area they just came from they said there's no way we've never seen that area before i want to jump ahead with this question because of the second half when we talk about your second addition of bigfoot wild men and giants can we make an assumption that there's a connection between that and this That's a funny question. Georgian leap. A faith is amusing to me, and absolutely not. The people that have read the eight books. They swear to you. This is one hundred percent fact I get hundreds of emails every week. I've never ever had an Email from someone. That's read the books that said, I have the cigarette out. yeah because in all of these instances ninety nine point nine nine percent of the time they bring a canine to the scene and they can't pick up a track or sent let's bring in professional trackers and they can't track the person they can't find tracks leaving the scene of the hunters that are found dead How many of them are actually. Well, let me rephrase that of the of the hunters at are presumed dead or dead how many are found what percent. Probably a very small percentage. I'd say twenty then it just never find the other eighty percent. Well, remember? Yeah. absent the cases where the people are found right absent than than the other half basic right and you've got to remember that search and rescue professionals these people are really good at finding people and they don't like to give up so when they don't find somebody it's unusual i mean reality in search rescues probably ninety eight percent of the time they find the person Now. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Go ahead. i so in those instances where they're not found you're talking about some of the most unusual events and then on top of that we kind of vet out all of the cases that don't fit this profile we work under so if there's any evidence animal predation we don't use it any type of a mental illness we don't do it if there's evidence that the person wants to voluntarily drop out of society we won't look at it so there's a vetting criteria to get there and then if it doesn't fit that profile path that we're looking for with no sent no track at cetera we will look at that either what percent of the hunters who disappeared Were out there with somebody else? That's a great question in the vast vast majority at time they're alone. And there's a subsection of our profile points called point of separation. a lot of times it's two hundred out in the woods one hundred we'll tell the other so many times i can't count he'll say or she'll say i don't feel well i'm going back to camp that hunter that doesn't feel well eventually disappears and it's almost as though something's forced upon that person to separate them somehow or another they get sick and nothing happens in front of two people at the same time but something surely happens to one when they get alone one of the reasons that the story is so amazing i'm talking about the entire story that you've been covering this because you're a former police detective you know how to ask the questions you know how to investigate if this were a police case for you How baffled would you be? And. i feel sorry for the small world sheriff's jurisdiction or police department gets faced with something like this because they're looking at it from ground level i'm looking at these cases from thirty thousand feet meaning i look at cases from all across north america and other parts of the world and i'm seeing the same things crop up time after time after time but the local guy he's probably never heard this before in doesn't even understand why it's happening in the movie there are a couple of cases where we talked to these rural sheriff's offices and they're and they're not rookies at search and rescue these guys have been doing it for decades and they are completely baffled by what happens in front of them and what's even stranger david is these hunters unlike hikers for example or people who've just are in the parks and they disappear these hunters are armed they have rifles they have bowen arrows does anybody ever hear the rifle go off for anything like that the people that don't know the distress signal if you're a hunter or even if you're a hiker in your lost and your we need somebody to hone in on you you fire three rounds off thang bang bang right wait an hour two hours do it again and this is another reason why tell people to go into the woods don't just carry like six rounds in your gun kerry like eighteen rounds because if you're lost you're going to need to do this multiple times for people to find you now in some hunters safety classes they still don't teach this i don't know why because everyone knows it works now a lot of times people don't hear any gunfire everytime they hear one shot maybe two shots but usually if you hear three you know where it's going and you could find them now in almost all of these instances no they don't hear anything that's the peculiar strange Instances, people are found with loaded guns. And they're deceased know how were they killed or how are they dead. Many times they can't determine the cause of death. in one specific instance baffles the corner they can't they can't understand how the person died there's no obvious sign of death in other instances if you don't have a body you really you really don't know but in the instance where you find the body there's a lot of things that body can tell you how long it's been deceased if there's a bullet hole on the head that's pretty obvious if there's a broken leg well maybe the person broke their leg on the trail and couldn't get out a lot of things start to you know maybe tell a story that we don't quite understand but it's in the cases where you don't find anything ever that really i think disturbs everyone in your work in research you found that hunters are little higher up on the so-called pecking order of missing hunters and that's a that's an odd scenario because most i when i make talks and i talk in front of hundreds and things i always tell you if you go out jerry carry a pistol Always carry a pissed. Yes. and there's a story a great one about a bow hunter went out being very stealthy and he's in a pile of bushes and he's watching this game trail looking for elk and here's a very very faint sound behind him.

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"mr david" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"How was your Dale Mr David, man? Well, we were down in Birmingham doing interviews with saving mouthwasHon Kirby. Smart. We had about we did about twelve interviews. We will have tomorrow for the show. That's nice. That's nice Hayes was just on tedious idea or the head Chilean. Georgia. What's that guy's name my Griffith? Is that the same guy that used to be the head cheerleader, Tennessee? He was he wasn't an acolyte for Butch Jones. I do remember that don't you? Yeah. I mean that guy is he's supposed to be a media member reporting. I mean, the guy whenever school he's all the the full use askew about Butch Jones was going to get over the hump at Tennessee. I mean, he's on believable. I never short such a homeless guys that his I mean, actually this Jeff. Would you differentiate him with many others in the media these days who who write for fan websites? Yes. Okay. I would never see a guy like him may or somebody up here like that basically through chats at the other coaches and stuff I think as soon was was all that taking shots and stuff like that sound a line for guy that's writing for breath at school's website, or whatever, you know, his website, or whatever I mean. And how could he go from one school to the other like that? But within the same division of a conference that makes no sense. Well, you know, I have a theory. Maybe I maybe I'm either to close to it or too far removed. I don't know really which one, but I think I think without getting specific on on Griffith. I think it's indicative of the media today that that digital has taken over things to such a degree that if you don't get people to read your stuff or to talk about it or Decem. Eight it here or elsewhere. You will not last very long, and you can interpret that anyway you want and I'm not you. I've been bored with that boy been talking to you about that for the last two years Yano. I mean this Elise. The Lord in this guy. I mean, they just you stuff out there and see if it sticks. I mean, if if if it if it does like you say resonated with the fan base their writing about it doesn't matter. That's what set me so much last year about the urban Meyer saying because guys opinions or taking sacks. I mean, come on. This goal is up there. Spewing stuff of that Georgian toward his opponent and people are listening to this. And there's there's thinking this guy knows what he's talking about any all he's doing is trying to get clicks listeners of your life. How does how does this differ from everything else in the media nowadays? Whether it's cable news or or cable sports, it doesn't. And that's what I've been talking to you about that the media ESPN. It's all about guys opinions. But people try to take him as fact, and they're gonna listen I'll put on something I'm not gonna name the shows. But I'll put something on in at some point in the morning just to get a at least a perspective on what has happened. And you can't you you you absolutely cannot find out what happened right? If it's a it's over the top. I still get you know, but hey, come when you have a guest host on won't be guys supposedly quit the show seem to want to call in. When the when the when the substitute teachers in the house..

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"mr david" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Mr David copper, welcome to another show. David. Thank you, Jeff while we're about a month and a half into the new year. I'm still seeing a lot of people at the gym eating healthier keeping up those New Year's resolutions. Many people see the new year as an opportunity for a fresh start when it comes to retirement planning that can be a very good thing. Now is a great time to hit reset on your retirement plan and make sure you're doing all the right things. It sure is David that is why I'm so glad to have you our listeners with us. For the next hour because if you're retired or getting close to retiring you can't afford to miss this show. We're talking about mistakes, we all hate making them, and some of us might even be downright afraid of them, of course, mistakes have widely varying degrees of consequences your footsteps on the gas a little too, strong, and you get a speeding ticket. You lose track of a Bill and you have to pay a late fee. These are small mistakes today. We're talking about the big mistakes like not taking retirement planning seriously, the number of potential consequences from making this mistake are just too many to count. That's what this show is for people are worried about making a mistake with their retirement money. And that includes just about everyone. This much is true. The transition from a regular paycheck mode to the retirement mode can be very stressful. Definitely we encounter a slow. Lou of life changes when we decide it's time to stop working one of the big changes in the way, we handle our money, we need to make sure we don't swing and miss on. Some of the major financial decisions will need to make before we retire. For instance. How do you go about making that right? Social security decision opportunities to make mistakes are looking around every corner. So on today's show we're going to look at a few big mistakes. I see people make often when they retire know this there are far more mistakes out there than we could possibly cover in a one hour show for today, though, we're going to focus on a few and look at what you can do to help avoid making a major blunder before you even get started in retirement before we go down that road. We wanna go over another area or making mistakes big and small can be costly tax preparation. It's that time of year that so many people either look. Forward to or tried to avoid tax season. Roy it sure is David. So for the second time in recent weeks, we're bringing in a special guest dean stood PA with US tax enters north west joins us now to talk about some important changes to your twenty eighteen tax return. Welcome back to the show. Thank you for having me Jeff a couple of weeks ago on the show. I did a fly by an all the significant changes you'll encounter when filing your two thousand eighteen tax return today. I want to zoom in on an element that will affect a huge number of people changes to the rules surrounding what you can deduct and what you cannot a lot of things that used to be included in your itemized deductions are no longer deductible. Specifically the deduction for non-reimbursed business expenses has gone away for some people those are significant expenses. Let's say you're in sales he'd been able to deduct fifty three and a half cents for every mile. You drove for business as long as your employer. Didn't. Reimburse you for it in two thousand eighteen that deduction is no longer allowed for some people that can add up to thousands of dollars in deductions lost believe me, I've heard it. And I've seen it. There's another scenario your painter, and you go through dozens even hundreds of pairs of coveralls caps, gloves masks, et cetera over the course of the year. You guessed it, no longer deductible. Neither are union dues. If you're a member of a union, what if you are required to purchase your own uniforms are expensive work boots or other equipment for your job? The answer is still no do you take any clients out to lunch a lot or treat them to a round of golf. If your employer doesn't reimburse you those expenses are on you. And they're included in the not deductible list. If you work out of your home, you may have previously taken a home office deduction starting in two thousand eighteen that deduction is a lot harder to qualify for basically have to be self employed to be able to benefit from that. Then their sales. Axes and property taxes. You can still deduct them on your federal return. But that deduction is now capped at ten thousand dollars and only at five thousand dollars if your married filing separately, all of this definitely falls into the tough love category. Dean, what's the good news is true? That a lot of formerly allowed itemized deductions are no longer on the table. Remember, the standard deductions have increased dramatically for a single filer. It's now twelve thousand dollars for head of household. It's eighteen thousand dollars, and if you married filing jointly, your standard deduction is now robust twenty four thousand also remember if you're over age sixty five you get an additional standard deduction allowance sixteen hundred dollars if you're single or thirteen hundred dollars each if your Mary filing joint, and let me clarify you're still allowed to itemize deductions, but with these hefty increases in the standard deductions for many people will no longer makes sense to do. So the theory is your standard deduction will more than make. Up for the loss of these individual actions. And as a result, it is now a lot simpler to fill out your tax return. Here's something else. I'm hearing from my clients that I want to address a lot of people are getting upset that the refund doesn't seem to be as large as it used to be before the new tax cut took effect. Keep this in mind the way, the tax code was structured in most cases, the amount deducted from your paycheck every month was reduced resulting in more money going home with you on a weekly basis. The other result of this shift is at the amount you may have overpaid to the government went down to. So the number you want to look at and compare to last year is the amount you paid in taxes, you total tax obligation throughout the course of the year. Not the amount you're getting back because the only reason you're getting a tax refund is because you allow the government to use your money interest free all year are you taking on new clients this year. I sure am. Although the calendar is.

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Jeff Bezos Says National Enquirer Threatened to Publish His Nude Selfie

NBC 4 News at 6

06:42 min | 2 years ago

Jeff Bezos Says National Enquirer Threatened to Publish His Nude Selfie

"Into this. Jeff Bezos, Jeff Bezos has published this graphic extortion allege extortion letter from AM, I and Mr David pecker of the National Enquirer saying that they were threatening releasing texts sex and nude photos he exchanged with girlfriend Lauren Sanchez, but they wouldn't do it. If he would stop his paper the Washington Post from. Investigating. How the leaks happened? How the the stories about their relationship broke in the national choir because he abuse alleged that it was political. And that because he goes after the president in Washington Post that somehow because pecker is a friend a good friend of presence, which was somewhat established by the fact that now he's got immunity. Because it was the catch and kill stories allegedly again that he paid for. So they never see the light of day. So it wouldn't reflect badly on the president. So Bezos wanted an investigation Donna use Galvin Becker who is one of the all the celebrities whose Gavin. He's the guy who goes profiling to see if it's a credible threat or not. So Bs owes gets this thing looks like an extortion letter. Now, how does the after be to go after the guy with more resources? He has rockets guys a rocket company. He can have you killed put you in a rocket. Nobody will ever find you. But aside from that the man is worth a hundred and something billion dollars. I think one hundred thirty three will not really after the divorce sixty two billion dollars. Mrs Bezos is is worth a lot of money. But this guy has unlimited resources and he's not going to sit back. You think this guy is a patchy and it's going to sit back and not retaliate. This is going to be more this by the way, if you have an insight eight hundred two two. To to to some doesn't smell, right? The stories. Not that simplistic that just that he was trying to have the Washington Post reveal. He's doing this investigative journalism in how they found out about the girlfriend how they were reporting it, and then the American media didn't want that out there. So now they're going to extort him. So he puts out the whole Email chain, everything back and forth. So one of the emails that came said in the entrance of expedient in the situation with the Washington Post poised to publish unsubstantiated rumors of the national enquirers initial report I wanted to describe to you the photos obtained during our news gathering. In addition to the below the belt selfie, otherwise colloquial known as a pick the Enquirer obtained a further nine images. What makes me feel good? Is it even a guy like Jeff Bezos whose worth one hundred and fifty five billion dollars still insecure enough, and feels you gotta take pictures of your privates descend? I mean, really, wow. He's just you know, what? He has a guy put on his pants one time. Just like we do probably five guys who lift them up and lower them at the pants anyway. Mr. Beazley's face selfie at what appears to be a business meeting. Ms Sanchez response a photograph. I smoke a cigar, and what appears to be a simulated sex act. Shirtless. Mr. Bezos pathway. Wow. All right, holding his phone and his left hand while wearing his wedding ring. He's wearing either type black cargo pants or shorts. How would you not know and his semi erect is penetrating the zipper of said garment a full length body soft. Mr. Bezos, wearing just a pair of type black boxer briefs trunks with his phone is left hand, a self you Mr. visas, fully clothed. Yeah. A what? A full length skin Lee clad body shot with short trunks a naked softening bathroom while wearing his wedding ring, Mr. visas, wearing nothing, but a white towel in the top of his puberty. Pubic reaching can be seen miss Sanchez wearing plunging redneck line dress revealing her Cleveland glimpse over another region. Mr. Sanchez Sanchez, wearing a two piece red bikini with gold detail dress revealing her cleavage, it would give editor pleasure to send an Email commonsense prevail in quickly. So they're sending this actually just saying if if you don't want these out, so what does visas do he puts it out? He puts out the whole chain and his response. And it's it's unbelievable. Here are pros proposed terms a full and complete mutual release of all claims that American media on the one hand, and Jeff Bezos and gamma detector on the other hand may have against each other a public mutually agreed upon acknowledgement from the bees owes parties released from usually agreeable, news outlet firming, they have no knowledge or basis for suggesting that American media coverage was politically motivated or influenced by political forces an agreement that they will cease referring to such a possibility. American media, agrees, not to publish distribute share described unpublished Texan, photos, they affirm that it undertook. No electronic eavesdropping connection with its reporting and has no knowledge of such conduct, blah, blah, blah. The agreement is completely confidential wrong you messing Jeff visas and by the way, good luck getting dollars dollar day prime delivery anymore. You're never getting a package that you ordered American. Meet. Where's my stuff? I ordered slippers. It didn't it didn't come in. I hope you didn't do the Amazon you're allowed in my hallway to drop off the present thing because then you're really up the creek without a paddle, man. So yeah. Yeah. He's accusing the national quarters, David pecker of extortion. This is not going well for Mr. Packer, and you should see the whole screed that he wrote something unusual happened to me yesterday. Actually for me. It wasn't just unusual. It was a I I was made an offer I couldn't refuse or at least. That's what the top people the National Enquirer thought, I'm glad they thought that because it's in Bolton them to put it all in writing rather than capitulate to extortion blackmail. I decided to publish exactly what they sent despite the personal costs embarrassment. They threatened. So he's putting it all out there. And I'm curious to see how this thing is going to play out. And how this thing is going to end. Because like I said, you gotta be a moron to play with Jeff Jeff Bezos can kill. You can kill you. Here's one of the ways you can kill you crumpling up one hundred dollar bills and throwing them at you for the rest of time because he never runs out. He can just water up and keep hitting your forehead until you slowly die like a water, torture because he's got that many. And he doesn't even. Have to look down to see if he's got any left because it's they just keep accumulating because of his wealth. So messing with him, man. I don't I don't get it. Like, I said he can shoot you into space. He can do whatever he wants, good luck. Getting a discount at whole foods. That's

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"mr david" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"There's this one story that I have the reason I ask that question is the last convention. I went to was late September the the actor that was there was from Power Rangers. And we actually have an interview that I got to get with imposed on who would win dot com. The actor who played soared on Mr David j fielding, and he is doing a watt still with the fandom as far as writing and appearances really great stuff actually doing probably telling better stories now for the Power Rangers with boom comics better stories ever, I was about to say since win. But I don't think they've ever been as good a power injure stories as there are now, I'm really basic. I'm basing a lot of that on second hand information. I need to check out more of it. But I wanted to approach him for a while. I passed by him, I, but you know, pass-bys tables said Hello. We didn't have an interview scheduled and this con- was winding down. So you know, you were talking about the beginning of a con. There's also the end our it's like everybody might be kind of filtering out, and maybe it's kind of winding down, right? So before I before I approached him and asked him about maybe getting a, you know, tell them who I am and get a short, you know, sound bites. I kinda scoped it out a bit. I just watch to make sure that he was going to be where he was for a while, you know, watch to see if he was settled in. And luckily because I took my time about waiting all that he had a meal brought to him. So you definitely don't want to come up and ask him for a soundbite when he's got his mouth full Turkey and dressing right point is probably starving all day. I mean, you've seen you know, soared on doesn't really even have a body. So he needs to eat much tro. This is true Churchill, so, you know, take your time feel it out. Use commonsense. What do we call it in the south home Frayne, and that's? You know, what common sense is such a fun term though. Because I feel like what's commonsense for some people just isn't for others. So I feel like maybe personal space should be the number one rule. That's that's it. Make sure you're giving whoever personal space and just kind of just be aware of like body language, and you know, that sort of thing and like Jay said if he's got like a sandwich and his mouth, maybe that's not the time to get the Salvi. Maybe guy earn a new of guy don't really know him personally 'em. He proposed to his now wife like while she they were having a meal, which is fine. But she was literally in mid bite. I don't know if he was nervous, but she was chewing any proposed while she was chewing. I mean seems kinda dangerous. What does she what does she chose? That is dangerous so dangerous that could have been a disaster. Hope it didn't work out was it. Okay. That she would she managed to swallow and get the words out. Unfortunately, they got married. They're still married today. So that you mentioned the five, oh, I I have also been at cons with the five. Oh, I and that brings us to the subject of this special edition of the five. Oh, I was Vader's fist and Weiner doing a special edition tall today. We're just about to play a replay of debates. This was from originally February the ninth of twenty eighteen so almost exactly a year ago. And this was only the third episode since the who would win a relaunch where we kinda relaunched in redid our format, we redid the points the systems and the moderators jobs..

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"mr david" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Yeah. I am smelling amazing. Okay. Thank you so much. I'll let you get back to your goldfish crackers. Please don't. Already. I'm very excited to talk about another one of the survivor thirty eight returnees, and it is a my pleasure to bring in to us all the way from Australia. The host of so many of our international survivor wrap-ups here is the great, Shannon gates, Shannon. How are you and great, rob? And I just want to put it out yet beginning of the podcast. I trust you. I trust you. Thank you. Thank you, very excited to talk with you today. Shannon about Mr David Wright is David Wright, considered to be a huge deal in Australia. And I guess it's huge deal with any modern survive play. I like personally for me. I love David riot. Definitely one of my absolute favorite contestants. I'm excited because two years ago, we did a similar podcast about Debbie and game changes. Should be honest. I wasn't really Debbie super found just really wanted to get on the cost. But I actually really. I do love David Wright. So good. Okay. And such similar players to Debbie winner. David, right. Yeah. I know I found so many so many some of the things I have. Yeah. God to realize that I hope that he does better than she did who doesn't yell at like, she did Brad Culpepper? When I was watching that often, I kind of putting my whole survivor strategic and sits behind a game changes. I was like, oh, this is the end of my podcast in Korea. But I. Yeah. I looked to Debbie. I have complete faith in David as well. And whatever happens like, I major leave David riot. He had a similar game Oviously to you in the Amazon. And then like, we know what happened to you on the second time. So what happens with David? I'm still gonna love him. Talking about the story. So far on David Wright, everything we know about David right up until this point. And then eventually we'll get to see what he's thinking going into survivor thirty eight, but we're gonna take a look back at his a one time out. He's the only one time player that's coming back here in the edge of extinction. Do you think that that will hurt him at all that he's only played one time? He's only on his second time out there. The other attorneys are on their third. I didn't think so people remember that Kelly went with played the fifth time, Joey amazing Etta made it all ryobi has thought of survivor experience onto her about. But I mean the game he played was pretty comprehensive. So I think he's got a lot out with Isla. Okay. So let's go back to survivor millennials verses gen-x picture it twenty sixteen and we were getting ready for the angel Dattel of millennials versus. Gen-x, shannon. We're you going into this rooting for the millennials to dunk on the gen Xers. Well, for me, the main Perth, and I was reading for was David. And to me before even there was no I one out before any of the bios or the prefixing costs. I love David from the Koran finale when we saw him in the preview and the way that he just seemed so anguished some like anguish on his face. And I just thought he really cares about this game. So I was completely on board the David train from four minute one. And that's why when he was having this disastrous for episode that will talk about this feels like, obviously, I've dedicated like the last few months to completely being behind David..

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"mr david" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"mr david" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"But I'm just saying that it sounded like it in that. Oh, it felt good for somebody to say they wanted to talk to us, and it did feel good. But it's it's just a weird. It's a weird environment. Where like maybe this is this is of true of LA in general is that people trying to get themselves noticed or get their project accomplished or like to make their way. And so it's, you know, industry parties are industry parties there too in there to there to work. You know, it's not like a friend party. Like, you said, we're like yet, you may there may be a bunch of celebrities at a party, and boy wouldn't that be interesting, but they're there because of friends like that's not an industry party. Well, because I mean with gotta get something done. Well, because one of the things that were that were thinking about just you know, strategically creatively. I don't know one of the things that we've learned. Nd is getting really qualified people to help you make things into make things happen is. That's what we want to do. Right. I mean, that's that's the reason that we're doing what we do today is because it some point we figured out. Oh, you know, what really works getting people who can do things better than we can to do those things. And that's why we have a team now. But the same thing applies to who you're gonna work with who going to collaborate with on this project who's gonna who's gonna help right producer who's going to act in it that kind of thing in things that we wanna do. And so you want to have those connections. So that when you say, here's the idea. Will you help make it happen? Would you like to be in it to an actor, whatever? It's like. Oh, yeah. We yeah. I do because either I saw you at that party now. So you guys on the red carpet? And then I look, you know, it these little touch points matter if you write play that game. But it's all unspoken. I don't think maybe there is a booklet or something. But and maybe I say, let a hearty. Aac and sidestepped a fun podcast though by reading it. I don't think that any damage has been done. Now, let me let me just clarify that didn't say they had been. I think that even in the most e even the most embarrassing interaction that you had with with Mr David Byrne little Dicky's where they call him. His rap name. I call him. Dave. Even that conversation. The chances of us working with little Dicky actually went up because of the interaction now there are interactions where the chances would have gone down. Right. But chances would have gone down. They were really they were at a tipping..

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