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"zivie" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

03:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"zivie" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"It's so fucked up. It makes me so angry. That's why we say resources not rescue. So what i i. Don't think rescue because thank you. Rights can be misinterpreted into legislation. So people will want to like move or legislate and create a lot of restrictions about. Could you sex work resources instead of rescue because we all need more information about where they screened where they're not gonna punish me. You know work more safely. How can i get at eight when these online processing plant payment platforms are booting off stuff like that. So let's get into that a little bit here so you don't have an only fans page. Can you share a little bit about why you don't okay so when only fans got on my radar i think it was three years ago. I don't remember how long it's been around three or four years And i thought to myself okay. Cool another platform. There's a lot. There's a lot already where you can sell clips. There's many vendors avian stars there's fans only there's frisk of you know about these And i said let's see. Let's see how it goes. I already was on kim soda. Busy with stripping joan podcast. So i didn't have a need but i was watching. You remember. website called zivie. Never heard of it. Okay exactly. I had some published photos on there modeling website. I went to log in one day in two thousand fourteen. I think it was and the website didn't exist anymore. And i lost all my photos. Own now though. Luckily i didn't rely on that. But that was a teachable moment where these platforms are never secure We cannot rely on them I remember when tumbler was born. All over the place you'd probably yep after Passed that changed. We'd have to that was bad legislation that they said would prevent trafficking sex workers and online Like internet privacy. Experts and the department of justice said. Don't pass fos it's gonna make trafficking harder. Passed it anyway. Because people like to listen to conservatives like ann wagner which we can talk about her and only fans to So tumbler strict. A lot of its stuff. Hatri on this is something else. People are telling me. Just make a patriot. Patriotic has not allowed penetration for like four years. I had friends that were traveling. The country shooting very successfully erotica and pornographic stuff unpatriotic and they were making their living by way. As artist and boston happens i show nibbles on my patriot and a little bush. I got flagged for a three second lens clip of like semen on my cheek was like let's see. Let's see what they allow got flagged immediately so is not an option for anyone to do adults of but okay. I will tell you when i win. The shutdown started happening last spring march. Twenty twenty all the clubs. Shut down my primary income a lot of people so i. Luckily i again been online for sixteen years. I know how unstable things are already had a ring light and webcam and i thought well i have following. Let's see if i can try selling Pole dancing clips. Someone requested song. I was dancing to it filming myself to to edit and it's is it the megan these stallion and beyond say but mentions only found some. Yes yeah when. I heard i was like i'm not making.

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"zivie" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"zivie" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

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"zivie" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"zivie" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"PARTNER WITH YAHOO OR ESPN or one of these companies. Work it into the broadcast. So that the broadcasters no which events people have chosen that are trending are possible and have feedback down to the players on the ice. So if it's the second period of the first game and and it's sixty two Atlantic over the Pacific what if Connor mcdavid scores a hat trick. It's worth so many points or if Jack Eichel you know wins the game or wins. MVP or something. I think that might actually have an opportunity to get the players involved. Not Take Care in a grander scheme or give full hockey game effort. But he just moments to try and stop somebody to try and help somebody to try and accomplish zivie goals within within the format of the game which doesn't change. They might laugh. They might joke. They might get behind. You know if some crazy fan decided that they think that Komo hurdle getting ten points over the course of the two games that he could play would be the difference between that fan winning or not winning. I don't like I said I think you might actually inspire moments of caring from the from the players and you would involve the fans. You don't change the format you change how it's presented the fans tonight. This pains me to say but I got back home. Fleet agree with you and I love that idea. I think it to Even if you're having a watch party and their families out there you know you're you're engaged with each other it's interactive I think you have all like you said all the regular things. You have. People winning competitions shins or winning the game and then those secret trick shot bonus points or having take officers and you see the blue stirs things like that they might happen. Might not happen but I actually have loved that idea the more I was thinking about it the more because I was talking to people at the age will all serve in about it last night and the more I started coming up with bonkers ideas like let's say there's a golden stick to stakes lefty and righty per team. And they just you can switch sticks in the middle of a shift you can switched on the ice but if you score with that stick it's worth to. I mean it doesn't yeah whatever you can come up with all sorts of insane ideas. Yeah you can definitely tell I think some of the guys who are taking it easy easy and our debt funding this adds that kind of extra component without demanding like I said a full sixty minute by of playing defense and everything but again there might be these little moments where you can capture yet anyway. Just a thought. Did you hear what hosting on the bench about a red stick. Because I've never seen a guy he's player with that and I think hurdle over there and I saw Gretzky on the bench talking about Was it Queen Hughes. Yeah thing that young lads a defenseman Eric. All right first of all why is Wayne Gretzky. Talk like he's you know from the twenty nine hundred twenty six wayne Gretzky now. It's just I was just unexpected For a guy like that anyway. Let's get into the shooting stars reaction. I felt it has potentially needs tweaking totally but I thought it had potential Tuchel. Yeah I mean I think the one thing a lot of people said is why is the largest target worth the most points canes hidden Sony twos and if those were tents ends you'd have won it so I think that was a little confusing. It's harder than it looks. I mean the guy's got a couple test runs the day before the morning of and you know it's not that intuitive there's not many times version from that angle so I think you could tell I think it was a riley kept going back for more. The they were a little frustrated with it but it seem to be fun. There was one shot that landed in the arch allies around the first one but but you know an arc parked in side on the side. Yeah I was like just give it to him. Come on so somebody's Abacha be worth twice as much because the trick shot trying to replicate that shower would be impossible. I know I I need so many opportunities seven or went out like we could have cut down. I think when this is why I think my Bingo idea is it's helpful because even in the skills contest to do to two different versions of the same thing so much downtime in between some of these events and that ultimately is what I think needs to be fixed on some of them right harshad is what it is. The fastest skater is what it is. But that's where we run into the breakaway challenge. It's just so long and in the other guys are just hanging out and so I don't know figure a way to get the fans involved. I don't know what you would do with shooting stars Devoted a ton of thought to it yet but the bigger targets need to be worthless blast. Yeah and I would honestly say more goofy things like the Ark totally her arch. I guess Has the the the twos and the forest they had set up. Yeah and nobody was aiming for them. So I don't know if you WANNA put honestly like it's such a dumb trick but putting the faces of other players on the targets in the the accuracy thing made it exponentially more interesting. Maybe half in half players. I don't know I don't know but I thought I I liked. I liked how outside of the box. It was like they were willing to try something completely crazy. Yeah when you're reading it you're like WHOA. This is not yeah. I think always having something new exciting. Like that's great. I I liked it. So let's get into the actual games Pacific wins again other than the fact that Copa cars involved after we care not really Sad to say it is I think it was fun to see at the C. Dry Seidel and Chuck Nice giving Gogol. That was pretty interesting. It hadn't even occurred to me as I was watching it but then I saw the replay and and somebody on twitter pointed out that they even look at them or like celebrate and just then they both. I think chuck went to the veterinary. Both had you know little grin on their roses. You Know He. He had an interview where he said. We're all just having fun here. You know all of its forgotten. How much of that's true? Because I know they've got this Wednesday circle on their calendar for when they meet up again. But I think it's fun to see I know Thomas Hurdle and Copay tar were seated next to each other in the locker room and they developed in chemistry and and Gosh no each other veteran in hurdle is saying like for seven years. We paid each other. But now we're buddies now hanging out so I think just for that part of these players interact who normally I mean. It's it's worth breath. It's financing the coaches TERP. Each Other and get involved. Two's pretty funny. There's not a lot of ducks or sharks over the years that I would have liked to have seen on the king's uh-huh Salani is one of them. Oh Yeah Tomas Hurdles and other. There's a tiny part of me. That would always get jealous when he would have. I can't remember his quote hockey. Must always that'd be fun or something like that. Yeah and you'd see the charger fan base react and they love him and he's lovable absolutely. I think Kobe might have gone and being like I'm not not give this guy a chance. And then as soon as he kind of cracks a smile opens his mouth. It's pretty hard not to love him and You know get along with him ultimately a Again the Pacific wins. It's fine if they're going to do this. Format and somebody has to win. I prefer the Pacific. Yeah whatever moving moving onto the Ahl all-star Game Oli. I'M NOT GONNA say I'm going to go backwards. I WanNa talk about the the All Star Game Format. And then we'll talk about stills this company it's entirely too much I love the h. l. l. what has become. I love talking everybody who works for it. But it was six three Andrea Games in a row and then a championship game. Not It's insanity it's it's just too much with anything that they I mean. Even the skills competition. It's there's so much going on pieces flying everywhere I mean it's it you just kinda sign up for that so I wouldn't expect anything less but I know it's hard to follow any so there were six games six games is that right yeah. Six Games three of them involving the Pacific and the other three. I just watch one and then I just had to excuse myself after the NHL backed back. It's just too much you and I both and I understand why it can't can't be both events in the same city because you wanna have the H. L. GonNa reward the fans who are award the organizations that means the buildings etc.. But I just felt like on a Monday night to have people out from seven to ten to watch endless meaningless three on three little to lots of big ask about the skills contest. I'm really only going to talk about one part of it. I'm okay let's get to it. I never thought that I would have an emotional reaction to watching a hockey player. Shoot a puck into an empty net with no real stakes. Not I've seen it a million times. It's so funny this quote that I saw online. It's like Rubber Biscuit go into net me feel good. How Oh simple it is? That's about it there. Were a couple of guys you took shots. And they were in the low nineties mid nineties and I I analysts have felt bad for them. Because obviously they're young and they're doing their dream. What everybody saw? Ross knock great. Yeah they didn't sign like presumably. They didn't come to this event looking in this contest. They're put into nowadays people volleyball then. Firkh steps up and the other thing I thought was well. Maybe the maybe the equipment Whitman might not be up to snuff compared to what they have in the NHL is also. What are these guys ninety eight but it's registering as ninety five? Who knows then for accepts his his first shot is like one hundred four point seven or something? Well Yeah and you go okay while the equipment works and then I even asked him after the Game mm-hmm when he felt when in the process of shooting did he know that it was solid shot.

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"zivie" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"zivie" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"To go right in that machine small little ever we're in the correct opens the spout and fill your glass with milk. That's a great thing that surprised those are more widespread now. 'cause I remember years ago back when I was in college the dining hall had those. Oh for sure. They've been around for a long. It's coming back it's all coming back. Yeah that's that's a great thing now out now the the keenum creamy or if they're in east hardwick. You mentioned software. Are you able to. Is there a stand there. Can you stop by in the summertime and now again I have have a cream shop I do a lot of events like this as a vendor throughout the summer My this is is my first event of the year the farm show and then from here on I do a lot of home shows Then we start Memorial Day weekend and I do You know a lot of events every weekend after that. No I haven't heard the fourth of July usually two or three weekends a month. Not you're a busy person. I haven't but I love what I do. That's great I love what I did. the farm show here. You're serving up Zivie up a a soft serve or the regular scream hard ice cream cone or cup and I have my milkshake machine here. So whatever flavors I have have that I'm hoping from I can make a milkshake with a might have to Have to stop by after I get off the air and we also have all our new bottle flavored milk's here for sale to butter would different look on store shelves a lot of better. That is so it's an stick. Isn't you know. Here's the key question. What what's what's the best selling flavor of ice cream that you offer maple life screens maple that makes you? I don't know it's heroin maple and we also my husband makes the maple sugar that goes into our maple product. I see okay wow so And one one hundred percent from the farm. That's awesome. That is really terrific. I have four full time employees and a secretary the creamery so love. I employ a lot of people. I have Two three people part time and you're a sponsor on. DV which we we really appreciate it. That's going.

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"zivie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All right. Good to be with you to nights. Thank you. Dan, Rutz announce give this sharks. Thank you. Joe panic of the giants for for the hang tonight. Giants win this one by final four three with three in the ninth really good stuff. They even up that series at one game apiece. And they've won three of their last four ballgames want to get to some warrior stuff here in just a second before it gets the warriors, I want to get to the team that they're playing in the finals on the Milwaukee Bucks. Oh, wait a minute. You know, we've been inundated over the last, especially seventy two hours with warriors box, man. This could be one hell of a series and the bucks have a lot of length. And man, if I had a nickel for every tweet, I've seen from the sports media world about, well, they are not going to beat the bucks without a healthy, Kevin Durant. Zivie realize the bucks have to actually get to the finals before they get to play in It's now two two and the raptors brust, the bucks aside tonight and Kawhi Leonard who got it out. Wasn't even healthy is limping all over the place. And they still busted them in the mouth. So look, I would still pick the bucks to get there. I do think they're very good team. I think they're scary team all of that. Good stuff. But once again, as I've been saying now for the last five six days before you get too scary. You know, into the conversation about how scary the bucks are realized that if they make the NBA finals, we don't know what version of the bucks were getting it is wildly significant that all of the warrior players have been to the finals every single year for the last four years. And the bucks are bunch of guys have never been there before. And all that is incredibly significant. Sometimes we overdo the experience factor in sports, not in this case, none of the NBA finals when it's we've never been here before versus we're always here. That's the thing. So I don't even know what version of the bucks were getting a now I don't even know forgetting the box so everybody stopped with boy of Kevin doesn't get healthy. The bucks are gonna crush them try getting their first, and then we'll have that conversation, speaking of, of which. We're underselling this whole thing. Or underselling this story the Golden State Warriors into the finals for the fifth consecutive time. Only a very quirky five days, three years ago, separates these warriors from potentially winning five rings in a row, and we're underselling it. We sell it. We sell it. We talk about it. Everybody's excited by it. Fan base here is like no other. Guess what? We're still under selling it. Do you realize how historic this is do you realize how credible this is do you realize that you need to save her every single minute? How about the these numbers, you know, how the warriors are now going to finals five straight times and the old Celtics with Red Auerbach. They went ten straight times family playoff wins. The Celtics had just individual game wins in order to get to the finals ten straight time. So this doesn't count the actual finals themselves. How many games did they win to get to those ten finals? The answer is over ten years. Forty two. The many times the warriors have won playoff games in order to get to these five finals. Sixty almost fifty percent higher. The warriors playing a league with twenty nine other teams the Celtics played in a league that had like ten other teams the playoffs were shorter there, weren't any other basketball teams. I mean, come on. I don't know why we're all just so frayed to say it. I think this is quite, frankly, the best basketball team of all time, and I don't I, I don't have the frame of reference of, of having been around back then. But, but there's very much that dynamic of like, Tiger Woods at his height versus you know Sam Snead. It's like it's not the same deal Tigers got beat, you know for years it was Mickelson in VJ now. It's KEPCO and DJ and speed. I mean there's all these people to beat that's the league. The warriors are playing in and doing it every single time. And now even with massive injuries so really incredible stuff. And now we find out or wait to find out that answer. I don't know if it's gonna be bucks rafters and I don't know if Kevin Durant is going to be healthy his business manager weighed in on this earlier this afternoon, a couple of things free agency and the injury, here's what he had to say specific to the injury, and whether or not Kevin would be able to play in the finals. Do I believe I don't know? I honestly hope so honestly, hope so, but again, like, when you have an injury, that's real. And it's a real injury for him. He's gotta be Kevin Durant. He's got about the highest pain, threshold of someone. I know. So when he misses time it's because the injuries real, it's a real injury. And I hope that we can't see them next week or two weeks from now, this is rich climbing, by the way, who is Kevin Durant business partner. And this is all taking place on a Wall Street Journal panel that took place earlier this afternoon into the early evening. So he's not going to give up much there. Why would he he's not going to set expectation too high and say, yeah. Kevin will be back. I will say this. What's coming out of the organization is quiet optimism and I don't know if it's for game one by I think the organization would be shocked. If you don't see Kevin Durant at all in these finals. And in fact, I think there's some quiet optimism that they're just going to get the entire band back DeMarcus cousins. Dre dollar Kevin Durant. Everybody could be ready for the flannels now. That's awesome. But it also presents a challenge. They have. Haven't played together as a group in a long time back from the very beginning of the play offs. Things got outta whack injury wise with cousins right away. And so how do you how do you recalibrate that whole thing that's going to be a challenge? And then, you know exactly how much pressure sits on Durant, because he does come back. And they lose game one avenue to tell you what everybody's gonna say, say. Hey, bob. They went five and a half and all without you. And now you come back and, and they lose that's going to be difficult. So the pressure which is used to is going to be squarely on him. And then that leads to the very next question as well. Which is what is going to happen in July. What kind of decision has been made or where is Kevin's head on this, this is what climbing had to say about that? That is one hundred percent undecided and. And I'm waiting on Kevin. You know that's that's true. I think there's a feeling that this thing is like war games, and everybody's kind of like playing chess like years out. But when somebody gets to the level of basketball, he's at you can't juggle focus like that. There's so many things he's juggling two. He's not scripting his future while he's playing the way he plays and practices the way he practices. And I think it's frustrating. Honestly, at times, it's like more soap opera times in basketball, but he really doesn't know and I really don't know. Okay. So a couple of things here, is it possible that this decision hasn't one hundred percent been made. Sure, however, and we wouldn't expect climb into say anything different at this hour. Honestly can't did you expect him to say? Yeah, he's going to the Knicks. How about that? Felt would have been the most insane Wall Street Journal panel ever. If rich climb is like yeah. By the way, he's leaving the warriors just thought he'd let y'all know. So I don't know exactly what he was going to say there. But he went on a little bit of a diatribe, sort of suggesting. It's ridiculous that players even think about this stuff while they're trying to play basketball at the same time, and quite frankly, that's a lie. I'm just is we the world's too smart for this now. We get it. He's moved to business to New York. That's not an accident. I had all kinds of Intel on what was going on with LeBron James as did many others. I was living in LA at the time, I knew where his kids were enrolled. I knew what how he had purchased. I knew what Hollywood contacts. He was making and getting ready for we knew he was going to the Lakers. Why? Because he was building toward it for the better part of a year and a half before he did it. So I. Think it's interesting you put in these situations where you have to answer a question, that's not ready to be answered. But then maybe you go a little bit too far. All gosh, what, what do you think they can focus on basketball and the rest of their life at the same time? Yeah. Rich I do. 'cause that's what they do. And it's been proven and we know this and, in fact, it's the only reason so many people around the NBA believed that the decision is already been made for Kevin Durant, because all kinds of things and conversations have taken place, already doesn't mean he can't change. His mind doesn't mean that he hasn't left open the possibility that something else would grab as attention. I will add that the idea of him staying with Golden State. There's some optimism around it that has not been there for the last three or four five months. There's no question about that. Joe lake of came out tonight and said, we are very confident that we were going to re-sign both Kevin Durant, and Klay Thompson. So again, everybody's saying exactly what you'd expect them to say at this point. But don't get fooled. These conversations these plans, this has been going on for a very, very long time. We'll see how.

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"zivie" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To chance. Was not what I I needed. Some motley Crue wreck. Scott Davidson is our guest. My very, dear friend. Morning, michael. How are you? Wonderful. How are you? I'm good. I'm going to turn off my Mike now. Okay. Tell the story of chance Davidson, oh, sure I love first of all by the way, I need you to. I know you're not at Locke Lord anymore. Right. But whatever you ask they do. Shoot. An Email is David Taylor. Still the managing partner. Absolutely. Yes. Can you send an Email to first Baptist's own David Taylor, managing partner at Locke? Lord. Is it still like Lord and Vissel? It's it's just lock Lord now. Okay. Yeah. Scott Davidson, our guest and my wife were law partners at Locke Lord embezzle, which is what it was. Then it was when they started their just before they started there. It was Ladele sap Zivie Hillen Laboon. And for those of you who listen to me every day, you know, that Walter civilly was like a second dad to me. And so they they were both at that law firm, Scott is a very accomplished labor lawyer. And then he left to join Mark watch who had been to manage or who had been superstar of that firm at the freakin group. And now he gets like ten percent of all prophets of every Lexus and Toyota that sold if only in America. How long have you been over there? Now going on two and a half years. Wow. You like it the outs. It's incredible. They said you didn't. Well, no. But I do have you ridden in the electric car. Now, yet, the the one and only time I've been in an electric car. Mark watch took me in that. Guess it was a tesla. And it was something to behold, whatever that main road is at dairy Ashford, Friday offices, enclave enclave. We got on that thing, and it was zero to sixty in no time. But what's weird about it is that there's no friction there's no combustion engine? So there's no rumble I need that rumble. So you're doing sixty and don't even realize it it was it was an experience. Anyway, can you reach out to David Taylor and asked them to commit a hundred suits over there. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. It's just did you hear me talking about it? Yeah. I did to drive. It's just you throw away suits. It doesn't have to be your your your it could be a suit you don't fit in anymore. And then I'll announced Lachler and Vissel for one hundred suits. And I'm sure they'll be really glad I'm asking for another favor. Every election of mine. I would walk the halls and ask people to give me money, and they always did. Well, I have five of my own. I'm going to be bringing over are. They too fat or too skinny to they're they're bigger than I wear. Now. That's good news. All right. Freakin probably be in for one hundred two now that I think about it. Because Mark wants doesn't even more. Does. He what that does. He even wear a suit anymore. He's probably a slow polo shirt guy now. No, no, no. He he he's he's well-drafted. Oh, okay. All right. Dulles? The story of of chance Davidson born December sixteenth nineteen ninety nine. I know he lived his first sixteen months in California before you came to Texas. Yeah, we came to our senses. Yes. Tell us tell us that journey. Yeah. So he was he is our first time we have two boys. Chances are I and we moved here to Texas here in Houston area shortly after he was born and had made our home here ever since. And so he grew up here in the scenario. We lived in parallel. And you know, he was you know, he was he was a typical kid, you know, he would, you know, get into trouble from time to time. He he loved to talk would talk a lot in class. But you know, the thing that really made him special. I think was he was just always happy. I mean, you know, you knew him. I mean, he your listeners may not know but Michael used to invite kids out to his ranch for Easter egg hunt. This was before he had his own kids. And and so we would always go out there and and chances loved it out there and just he just always had fun. No matter where he was. He always had a smile on his face. Actually, I think Michael you took a chance on his first ATV. Right. Do you know they're the picture of him riding on that four Wheeler? Which I had just bought that day. It was set we needed to four wheelers because we ended up with four because so many kids were coming in. We wanted to give them rides and just bought it that day. And I don't know if he was the first rabbi is one of the first rats and him on the back of their is on my desk at home to this. That's so neat. That's so neat. Very special. I mean a lot a lot of special memories out with you and your family and all those kids. And so, you know, Tampa was you know, he was he sort of a kid of many interests semi was avid soccer player with get good student played the bagpipes played the bagpipes. Yeah. He was he's really into music, piano. But bagpipe were his his his instrument of choice. I think the guitar the piano soccer. Yep. Yeah. So he was he had he had all he kept us. Busy. But really really a fun kid and just was always happy and not actually extended that sort of spirit extended into his treatment. So when he was twelve in June of two thousand twelve he he started having headaches. And so we took him to the doctor, and they weren't really sure what's going on. But they saw some inflammation on his optic nerves. So we went to see an optometrist. And then we ended up getting an MRI and our worst fears are realized he had a brain tumor and was near his brain stem. And that was what was causing the headaches. And so, you know, he. Scott, scott. All right there. I want to continue this conversation in the next segment. The Davidsons are an amazing couple considering what they went through. And there's a lot to learn.

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"zivie" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on KTRH

"To sandwich. Was not what I needed. Some motley Crue wreck. He's got Davidson is our guest. My my very, dear friend. Morning, michael. How are you? Wonderful. How are you? I'm good. I'm going to turn off my mind now. Okay. Tell the story of chance Davidson, oh, sure I love first of all by the way, I need you to. I know you're not at Locke Lord anymore. Right. But whatever you ask they do. Shoot. An Email is David Taylor still managing partner. Absolutely. Yes. Can you send an Email to First Baptist own? David Taylor, managing partner at Locke. Lord is still locked Lord and missile. It's it's just lock Lord now. Okay. Yeah. Scott Davidson, our guest and my wife were law partners at luck Lord embezzle, which is what it was. Then it was when they started their just before they started there. It was Ladele saps Zivie Hillen Laboon. And for those of you who listen to me every day. You know, that Walters was like a second dad to me. And so they they were both at that law firm, Scott is very accomplished labor lawyer. And then he left to join Mark watch who had been to manage or who had been superstar of that firm at the freed freakin group. And now he gets like ten percent of all prophets of every Lexus and Toyota that sold if only in America. How long have you been over there? Now. Going on two and a half years. Wow. You like it. Yeah. It's it's an incredible said you didn't. Well. No. But I do have you written in the electric car? Now yet the on the one and only time I've been in an electric car. Mark watch took me in that. Because it was a tesla. And it was something to behold, whatever that main road is at dairy Ashford and Freddie offices enclave enclave. We got on that thing, and it was zero to sixty in no time. But what's weird about it is that there's no friction there's no combustion engine? So there's no rumble, and he'd that rumble. So you're doing sixty and don't even realize it it was it was an experience. Anyway, can you reach out to David Taylor and ask them to commit a hundred suits over there. Absolutely. It's just did you hear me talking about it? Yeah. I did see Dr it's just you throw away suits. It doesn't have to be your your your current suit. It could be a suit you don't fit in anymore. And then I'll announced locked Lord and vessel for one hundred suits. And I'm sure they'll be really glad I'm asking for another favor. Every election of mine. I would walk the halls and ask people to give me money, and they always did. Well, I have five of my own. I'm going to be bringing over there are they too fat or too skinny to they're they're bigger than I wear. Now. That's good news. All right. Freakin probably be in for one hundred two now that I think about it. Because Mark watts doesn't even worse sued anymore. Does he what's that? Does he even wear a suit anymore? He's probably a slow polo shirt guy now. No, no, no. He he's he's well-dressed. Oh, okay. All right. Dulles? The story of of chance Davidson born December sixteenth nineteen ninety nine. I know he lived his first sixteen months in California before you came to Texas. Yeah, we came to our senses. Yes. Tell us tell us that journey. Yeah. So he was he is a first time. We have we have two boys. Chances are I and we moved here to Texas here the Houston area shortly after he was born and have made our home here ever since. And so he grew up here in the eastern area. We lived in Pearland. And you know, he was he was he was a typical kid, you know, he would, you know, get into trouble from time to time. He he loved to talk would, you know, talk a lot in class. But you know, the thing that really made him special. I think was he was just always happy. I mean, you know, you knew him. I mean, he your listeners may not know but Michael used to invite kids out to his ranch for Easter egg hunt. This is before he had his own kids. And and so we would always go out there and and chances loved it out there and just he just always had fun. No matter where he was he always had a smile on his face. Actually, I think Michael you took a chance on his first ATV. Right. Do you know they're the picture of him riding on that four Wheeler? Which I had just bought that day. It was set we needed to four wheelers because we ended up with four because so many kids were coming in wanted to give them rides and just bought it that day, and I don't know if he was the first rabbi is one of the first rats and him on the back of their is on my desk at home to this. Aw. That's so neat. That's so neat that very special. I mean, a lot a lot of special memories out with you and your family and all those kids and. So, you know, champs was you know, he was he sort of a kid of many interests semi was avid soccer player was a good student played the bagpipes played the bagpipes. Yeah. He was he's really into music, piano. But bagpipes were his his his instrument of choice. I think the guitar the piano. Yep. Yeah. So he was he had he had all he kept us busy. Let's say. But really really a fun kid and just was always happy and not actually extended that sort of spirit extended into his treatment. So when he was twelve in June of two thousand twelve he he started having headaches. And so we took him to the doctor, and they weren't really sure what's going on. But they saw some you know, inflammation on his optic nerves. So we went to see an optometrist. And then we ended up getting an MRI and our worst fears were realized he had a brain tumor and was near his brain stem. And that was what was causing the headaches. And so, you know, he. Scott, Scott Holroyd there. I want to continue this conversation in the next segment. The Davidsons are an amazing couple considering what they went through. And there's a lot to learn about.

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"zivie" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"We have a rule if we cannot find it in our garden than we cannot eat it. I have the same set of rule. I generally just eat bits of. AFC that people have jumped out the car and Dr. But if you can find it in the garden yom's fried squirrels, so she won't eat anything. That's not in the guards grass. They can only eat stuff that is in the garden of vision of him lying in the garden with his Willie potent. Uncouth? Found something in garden. He seems like a ninth, man. God. How do you? Remember our rolled. Wait continue rancor. Hey, welcome back pod. Cats listeners quartermasters, however, you identify I am pleased to be with you once again walking through the fields of eastern ULA on a day that what it's cold, and it's been very, rainy and depressing. But as I look over to the west this, blue sky and things don't look quite so bleak. Anyway, listen, thanks very much to Louis through for his time. Good to see Louis again back in the UK's be not in the states for quite a while reminded that the first of Louise three altered states films. Not remakes. The Ken Russell film. Sadly documentaries goes out on BBC two on Sunday, November the fourth so. Yeah, thanks to Louis for his time and two friends, Mark and Zivie for letting us record their place. Thanks, both of you much. Appreciate. It now. Absolutely freezing. So I'm going to head back rose. Rosie. Let's head back. The four I just wanted to make it quick duck recommendation on the subject of documentaries. And this is one actually that I will recommend to Louis as well. Because I think he enjoy it. It's called burn the place where you hide from twenty sixteen. Here's the description assure young man stumbles into the spotlight in this award winning documentary on Norway's most incendiary popstar faded by critics as the Norwegian Neil young. Saint Thomas became an overnight success, but beneath the clamorous applause, play an increasingly discordant mind, a bittersweet tale

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"zivie" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on About to Review

"But at the same time, there are some people who do it way better. So Oscar Isaac is one of those actors who always just kind of seamlessly becomes these characters. And for whatever reason he does not get the critical reception that other actors do. So his character as Peter Malkin we see his journey really from the beginning from this first mission that maybe not go like they had planned to then getting tasked with the huge mission of tracking down Adolf Eichmann in Argentina and how he is coping with that. How he is trying to realize in trying to justify what happened before versus what is happening now. So Jeff Bose with that, you have been Kingsley as it off C'mon. then. Venkaiah. Is the opposite, not the opposite of Oscar Isaac, but it just Benji is a phenomenal actor, but man does he like to stay busy heated, a run of movies that huge pop up in and it was like, wait, why are you doing this movie? But the main just likes to act so good for him. There's even a movie. It was not the butterfly effect. It was something like that, and I forget what it was. A group had figured out how to travel through time. He was in this movie and it got delayed so long that I remember him being on. I think it was Conan O'Brien years ago and he got asked about it, and he was like, wait, when did that movie come out? He had forgotten what he had done because it took so long and he does a million projects so, but Ben Kingsley in this role is kind of back to that captivating truly kind of in-depth performance that we really grew. Love. He is nuance. He is creepy, and it really makes sense for this former Nazi agent who have out of secret and has has also been trying to live a different life under different name so that he may be would not get extra extra mile extradicted that is not a word out all extradited to another country bet. His performance is great. Nick Kroll is in this as a in a dramatic role which he can do. First of all in the Kroll is hilarious. And if you've not seen, uncle drew goes through. It was amazing as a dramatic actor, though Nick Kroll is solid. I was impressed with his performance. One of the other people that I was impressed with was Michael aaronow. You will probably not know that name at all. His Tony award winning actor. He is in a show called the blacklist, which yes, I still watch. Or not now does on a break, but this guy is another one of those chameleons. This is the first kind of dramatic movie. He has done where he really got to shine as Zivie a Harani crushed it really, really solid. And I mean, he comes from the states. I mean, he, no, he has those acting chops who's a Tony award winning stage actor, so great performance by him, Haley lube Richardson from can it indie movies is in this and unfortunately. So after after a sell this, Chris Lambert of the Monday and festival shot me attacks news like, okay, Haley Richardson is in that movie. How was it? I really like her. She was in Columbus edge of seventeen. Wind. She is in this movie. She is good. She stood disappears for like forty, five minutes, and I kind of forgot about her character. There's kind of forced love interest angle that even if it is parallel to the history of what happened, the way they portray the movie just kind of boring. But yeah, this is also a very slow burn, political thriller leg very slow burn. When it gets third act and stuff starts happening. It has done really well, but ooh, you gotta earn it. You got to sit through a second act that is paced very oddly, but overall great performances. There's a Twitter, Hannibal one perfect shot that really focuses obvious on cinematography. They're going to tough time finding the one perfect shot from this movie because there are so many amazing angles and lighting choices that the director and the DP made. There's a senior. He is just off guys like sitting on a bed and he just has to lamps on kind of either side of him with these stark lines across the wall, really int- shot like cinematography was. Great. The soundtrack was weird. They're designed the phone in this a lot, and if you design a phone too much or in different places, Ignace looney tunes and that was a little bit distracting..

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"zivie" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

Pop Culture Affidavit

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

"Clip runs to the building gets himself out on the ledge and then talks to him much to the chagrin of the priest and other cops who were there to help he eventually gets williams to come inside but in the end he does miss the boxing match to spend time with this man now i like this issue better than issue even though this relies of trip that is common in so many cop stories the guy on the ledge i think it's because fleming takes a little bit of time to get us inside the heads of couple of officers to show what their motivations are in addition to getting some insight into the despair of william grace who's depressed and suicidal because he just lost his father clover and zivie era are part of the story in a comic relief type of capacity which is what clover seems to specialize it he's getting harassed by the kid in the mother seems to have no respect for him while his partner is being a movie star in fact the director gets the whole incident with the prowler on film and can't be happier because it saved him the money he would have used to shoot an action scene but the two characters get more serious moments are horr ohka and clip clips the main koppen this story this time around but horota's a moment where she is aiming her gun at william grace and thinks about her own father wasn't outwardly affectionate but still show that he loved her she thinks about this right before firing your pistol and cologne illustrates it masterfully he has detail on facial expressions emotions that lesser artists would not have gone for would have made to comical then later on fleming has clipped talk to this guy in a way that has him being honest as a character it seems that the priest and the guys therapist being too dismissive basically telling the guy hey forget about your dad clip whose father is dead whom he is thinking about the entire time because he's excited for this boxing match that evening try his best to be honest with him and says he won't get personally involved but cares about him because he's another human being but then he.

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"zivie" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

Pop Culture Affidavit

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

"Appreciate that because there are way too many movies and television shows about police officers that do take the this is the day the life will change forever approach here we get a requisite amount of action to see that each of the personalities fleming sits out to show us carries over to the action on the street clover it's pretty well established as kind of a klutz it is going to be our homage relief clip who races for the thrill of it is an adventure seeker and we see that in his zeal when he pursued the prowler through the city streets hiroki comes off his patient and compassionate she after all talks knife out of a girl's hand while clip has its piece drawn could've very well shot her zivie eras the least developed of the forest we don't get a backstory behind rumors that she got her job because of the special relationship with the commissioner and that she was a russian gymnasts who defected the added states fleming does a great job of setting everything up in this issue as i mentioned in it's help or long tremendously by ernie colognes artwork colona artists who worked steadily between nineteen sixty eight in late nineteen nineties and seems to have a long career doing sword and sorcery books in addition to some stents in the legion of superheroes i personally know him from his work on the amethyst miniseries and ongoing from the early eighties and i always thought the artwork in that one was of one of the major selling points of the book even when the stories may have lacked from time to time here he captures the grit of nineteen eighty new york city in a way that sort of channels frank miller but doesn't ape miller like other artists might in fact longtime miller collaborated clutch jansen was doing the art and coloring on the punisher at this point so there is something contemporary to compare colognes artwork to yes there are a few times when i thought that cologne that probably read dark knight and thought that's what i wanna put in this book but whereas that wouldn't work if it was say amethyst it works here because it's a style that aligns perfect.

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"zivie" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on 1A

"We're going to be diving inside the mind the arctic push this hour with three women who have spent a lot of time in the water with them joining us this hour is kelly voss she's a doctoral student at the university of california at santa cruz in the department of ecology and evolutionary behavior high kelly welcome to one a happy to be here and sign montgomery who is a naturalist and a documentary filmmaker and the author of more than twenty bucks on animals including the best seller of the soul of an octopus say surprising exploration into the wonder of consciousness high sigh welcome to the program thank you and joining us in a little bit we're going to be joined by dennis staff she's a science writer and the author of a new book called squid empire the rise and fall of the settler pods i wanna start with the discovery that i just mentioned a minute or so ago kelley w what what actually happened what did tell us the story of this students discovery so a few years ago latest start at it takes a while to define a new species so an undergraduate in my masters lab noticed that we had these octopuses being pulled up by alaskan fishermen that had really interesting physical differences from the normal giant pacific octopus that we were expecting so the first thing we noticed that there were two spots in a place where there should be one big white spot like on the kind of the front of the head and then giant zivie octopuses have kind of two spikes that come out of the top of their eyes and these ones that were branch they look kinda like slingshots but and they also added that definitive frill than that name that were calling them the frilled pacific octopus as a frill around the edge of their head on and it's the mantle so it's kind of the bag shape that's on the back of stock this has had an and this was something new these tomiko formations had never been seen before never been seen in this combination before not in this.

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"zivie" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"There's at board but we should also acknowledge isaiah thomas is a tremendous player now he's not twenty nine a game isaiah not but he's good he's an elite score in the nba also coming off of math of injury of no idea what he's going to be like when he comes back then you have to worry about the kennedy already to have chemistry issues i even throw him into that which disrupts things even more as your point yeah they just turn it on and that's just what the cavs have shown us your efter year but at some point can you rely on that or that's gonna get all that whereas you out if they don't wanna be tired by the time the playoffs come they're they're going to have to go into overdrive foot too late isn't this a topic we had a year ago and the year before the and it's going to get old but gold or not lil layer in conversation about cleveland but the new ingredient is boston boston has the third fourth best player in the league gas merit or force best player in the league kyrghiz he's right now he's good look i know what they're doing he's gonna win mvp hard zivie p right now that there's no question about that numbers are carried over his pre ours twenty two that's like thirty lean straight but but grew that's more brad stevens careers great don't get me wrong but third or fourth player also without at just about having the best player we'd abroad was the best player in the league in cleveland before he left he couldn't get anywhere who your second third and fourth best play you don't win in this league unless you have be third elite.

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"zivie" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Brady gets mobbed by people people want to take pictures with them these are going i saw it especially of her do we a review michigan as obviously inundated indiana people like were mobbing him to take pictures of the other thing that happens with him in had happened happen you know a handful of times now we will be at like some restaurant friday night in this i remember this happened at michigan state waitress probably 21 years old comes over and goes excuse me i've been meaning to come over here for a while i i had a huge crush on you when i was twelve it happens i mean it happens all lot where people will say that or whatever seed all think matla vecchio gets that reaction from maybe not packed killing hammeed harlow holland one of the motive that react yeah now pat what may have brady quit his is easily the most handsome notredame quarterback i think we've they've ever add he never see he was never an outspoken player um and if you remember from that era zivie in some arja were extremely tight they were they were buddies brady was in in that group he was more of a loaner i bruce you know him you can probably we talked about this off camera but he was just more of a a guarded personality back then and i think he will blossom as a as a game analyst as he becomes a little bit more outspoken in even in the first two years of free he's t started to become more of that that he was as a rookie well not only speaks you know it's interesting to hear that cause.

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"zivie" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

WSJ MoneyBeat

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

"Praising profusely brian moynihan whenever he appears on tv and easing up a cockroach analogy to kind of discuss wells fargo so it's pretty interesting but that translate into the share price right i mean they've been their share prices sort of been stagnant while the other banks have had a pretty good decent run this year they've underperformed since that that that september two thousand sixteen sales practice abuse revelation and it really it's interesting because they they had such a strong sales culture and for years other banks envy them because they were able to to kind of keep growing and and you know they never really were in the spotlight they avoided the big wall street businesses so when wall street and traders and big you know high paychecks on wall street were very unpopular in the years after the crisis at the popular now but there were super unpopular in two thousand nine ten eleven whilst fraga was sitting in california without any of these businesses and they just sugar you know raked it in and now that's the other side has kind of come around and they're they're in the dog house seems like it's been swinging between banks since the financial crisis like zivie bank of america than went to goldman morgan stanley and took some heat for awhile mouth wells' turn the ademi interesting to see so um you know since the the scandal happened they had to come out and say were doing these expense cutting measures in one of them is closing branches which is something that on bank of america did a lot of tick parnevik's its own financial situation and defect to all go read rituals great day on strength in the journal a couple of weeks ago yeah yeah and so it'll be really interesting to see i mean they have by far the biggest footprint in terms of geography of of any of the of the big banks it'll be interesting to see kind of weird they're closing how this closure playing out in phnom whether that's going to be the answer for them to help fix our problems the that's a good place to end it thank you very much aaron.

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"zivie" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on The MLB Show

"And so because of that ever own she's like a man sucks for cleveland and now it's kind of it yeah they were just road kill a predestined story exactly and so i i feel like now this is there a year from damn shin in i don't know that you necessarily get to play the redemption card after you won an american league pennant that's like good bye there are probably the best team in baseball this year gain whatever you think about what the dodgers record may be indicates certainly the indians were the best team in the second half and the the win streak it was the kind of mindboggling thing that it actually defies comprehension in a lot of ways there's also the author sealed kind of cd wide aspect of cleveland as the sad sacked sports town and you know just because they finally got the title with lebron and the cavs and certainly the way they did that coming back from three one against the warriors lake aid didn't actually diminish the anguish that surrounds the other be says he doesn't make the browns less satis on how anything's magnified at amplified that exile for the fans the other teams the lebrun factors also amazing because he is of course the avatar for the city but he's an unknown yankee fan and cleveland is playing the yankees in the d i s the yankee twitter feed put out a tweet a picture of lebrun cheering on the yankees wearing inc yet they are actively trying to shred the city's seoul which i respect and admire but also makes me more emotionally invested in cleveland sort of getting what it deserves as a sport zivie.

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"zivie" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"zivie" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"They read my son bedtime stories this is the best month of my life because i just sat back and i i read books and watch movies it was a wonderful experience more recently i wrote an article for esquire called a rat about radical honesty and this is a movement where this is started by psychologist in virginia who says that you should never ever lie except maybe during poker engulf this only exceptions and more than that whatever's on your brain should come out of your mouth so i decided i would try this for months this was the worst month of my life i do not recommend this at all to give me a sense of the of the experience the article was called i think you're fat so our my most recent book my my previous book was called the know it all and it was about the year i spent reading the encyclopaedia britannica from atoz in my quest to learn everything in the world or more precisely from act which is a type of east asian music all the way to zivie h which is why don't want to ruin the ending it's a very exciting twist standing like a henry novel so i won't ruin it but i love that one because that was an experiment about how much information one human brain could absorb although listening to kevin kelly you don't have to remember anything you can just google it so i wasted some time there but.

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