35 Burst results for "A. Poor"

Should You Wear Headphones or Not?

The Podcast On Podcasting

01:34 min | 8 hrs ago

Should You Wear Headphones or Not?

"One of my clients reached out to me and they said, is it absolutely necessary, she said, for me to wear my headphones? Why do I need to wear my headphones? I don't want to wear headphones. They don't look very good. They look clunky and there is two main reasons why it's a non negotiable that you wear headphones or earbuds at a minimum earbuds or air buds or whatever. And there's two reasons in the first main reason is that your guests sound quality or your co hosts sound or even your computers sound. Like if your computer makes a sound and it comes out of your speakers, whether it's your guest, your co host or just a notification. That sound can actually go into the microphone, which will result in poor audio quality. A bad recording. You'll get feedback, you'll get loops. You'll get echoing. And you'll just get unwanted sounds. That's the first main reason, especially if you have a co host or if you're having guests on your show. Yes, you have to wear headphones. You've got to get the sound directly to your ears so that their sound doesn't come out of your speakers and back into your microphone echoing back to them. The second reason why it's important to have headphones or earbuds is that you're not going to be able to hear what you sound like on the

Dr. Maria Montessori: Founder of Montessori Schools

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:36 min | 11 hrs ago

Dr. Maria Montessori: Founder of Montessori Schools

"Eighteen ninety six. Maria graduated with honors from the university of rome medical school. She was among the first female physicians and all of italy. Maria worked as a surgical assistant in low income areas of rome. She also had a private practice focusing on psychiatry through this work to came to have this revelation she said i felt that mental deficiency presented chiefly pedagogical rather than mainly a medical problem so maria began to study education. Theory and philosophy in one thousand nine hundred. Maria became the co director of a small school. That served as a training institute for special education teachers. The school's pupils were children with developmental and learning disabilities. Maria pulled from her background in medicine and approached the work. With scientific rigor she conducted experiments and made adjustments to teaching methods based on her observations. She offered unique materials to keep kids stimulated and it worked many of the children and the program made unexpected improvements and it was deemed a great success. Maria took her findings all over europe. She gave speeches where she explained her research and used her platform to advocate for children's and women's rights in her observations. Maria found that children were highly self motivated and curious. She saw that when children were allowed to pursue their in neat curiosities. They naturally learn from their environment. Maria advocated that teachers. Follow the child which was a radical idea for the time and to phrase that would define her legacy in nineteen o seven. Maria had an opportunity to fully implement her thinking she opened a full day. Child care center and a poor inner city neighborhood in rome. The students were children aged two to three or six to seven. Who had been historically under served in the italian education system. Maria specifically designed the space to allow children to self select between pre orchestrated activities or learning. Puzzles this attentive. Learning environment was called casa dei bambini and it was the first of its kind in italy. It became the first montessori

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Initiative Aims to Create Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 11 hrs ago

Initiative Aims to Create Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

"In the nineteen sixties. The threat of nuclear war inspired nations to negotiate an international treaty to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons. Now there's a similar growing call to prevent the spread of fossil fuels today. Fossil fuels are nuclear weapons. They are what is threatening our health. Our economic future and our global security. That's a poor chair of the fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty initiative. The group is calling for nations to develop a plan to stop producing. Fossil fuels and fully transitioned to clean renewable energy more than four hundred organizations thirteen hundred academics and researchers and cities including los angeles and barcelona have endorsed the initiative. Berman says the treaty is needed because although many countries have set climate goals few of taken serious steps to halt a production a fossil fuels. Almost every single country will tell you that we can't stop producing oil gas and coal because other countries aren't so we'll be uncompetitive. She says an international treaty could help create a coordinated plan for countries to take this critical step

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Julie Kelly and Mark Levin Agree Philip Bump Is a Fraud

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 d ago

Julie Kelly and Mark Levin Agree Philip Bump Is a Fraud

"Great. You know, when people do their little hit jobs, they don't understand. I hit back twice as hard. We have this guy Phil bump. National correspondent Washington Compost You spent a lot of time interviewing individuals in the jail from January 6th interviewing their lawyers going through the charging documents to the your knowledge. Has this Communist for the Washington Post filled bomb ever been to the jail? No. In fact, I doubt that he knows that the deplorable jail even exist. There is no indication in his column that he realizes that three dozen January 6th capital protesters are sitting in that jail has been in that jail since February. And that there are dozens of all for other jails across the country being denied bail simply because of their involvement in January six He doesn't mention that in his article. Why do you think that is Because he's a fraud. That's right. Let's go on, he says. Here, um Host Mark Living is focused on the issue repeatedly in June, he told his audience that we're hearing That there in some of the worst jails. Some are being put in solitary environment where they only have an hour where they can go outside of that. That they're being fed poor food. They're being treated like they're terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, where they be treated actually better. Is there something I said there that's inaccurate. No. And, um it's too bad that Philip Bump didn't listen to the oath Keepers status hearing that I did today, where there are three keepers. None charged with violent crime. No weapons charge. No assaulting police officers, No direct

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The Washington Post's Philip Bump Is Obsessed With Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 3 d ago

The Washington Post's Philip Bump Is Obsessed With Mark Levin

"If you would Philip Bump the national correspondent for the Washington compost. Philip Bump is very obsessed with Fox. He doesn't like Peter Doocy is very obsessed with talk with your the national correspondent. There's so many things you can write about, but Philip Bump is a true believer. Now I once saw a picture of this guy, Mr Producer. His head is as big As an oversized pumpkin. Sort of a fat ass with a big hit. May I say that? I think I will. And he has this piece today. The Where is some pro capital riot activism isn't a rally. It's in right wing media. So of course he's attacking Fox. He's attacking yours truly. He cherry picks what I say. Because he can't help it. He's a stupid obsessed four. Host Mark Levin is focused on the issue repeatedly meaning what's happening. To, I guess Now it's about 600 people who've been picked up in June. He told his audience that we're hearing that they're in some of the worst jails and some are being put in solitary confinement. But they only have an hour where they can go outside. If that that they're being Fed poor food. They're being treated like they're terrorists at Guantanamo Bay. Would they be treated actually better. He added that the events that day were not an insurrection. So this is what infuriates them. We must destroy people

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Grinding Towards Success With Build Your Brand Online Founder Jesse Eker

Gary.club

02:42 min | 4 d ago

Grinding Towards Success With Build Your Brand Online Founder Jesse Eker

"Well off you know your childhood. I grew up in a single wide trailer with a single mom in southern west. Virginia you and i didn't grow up that much. Different the differences at a certain point in time in your life. You know you're blessed enough in your dad. Did something pretty remarkable. Yeah and that's when. I saw the light where i was like. Whoa like this is what making it is like. And it was a quick shift and went pretty fast you know. The atmosphere of our environment completely changed but the values of the like. What made him there. What i saw behind the scenes and how he kind of became this person like what it took to get. There was always ingrained in what i was doing. So even though i had to find my own path and go through ups and downs and challenges of my own habits and procrastination's and fears and normal. Human shit. I did get to embody what he went through to. How the success he had and i got to experience both sides of the spectrum. Now i wasn't necessarily poor what we weren't well off. We were comfortable at the time and went through influxes of money but getting to experience both sides. I knew which side i wanted to be on no matter what and that was. Not on the o k side. It was on the successful and rich side. So that's what i've been grinding for and ostlund for other than you know serving and helping an impacting obviously to solve problems for other people. But i knew that was my got to. My y was not to go back to that life. I wanted to stay in the lifestyle that was created in my second half of my child. You know it makes a lot of sense. What are some of those values that you've stuck with from the first part of that childhood. You know. I think one of the biggest things that most people forget is that nothing worth. It comes easy and everything takes time and energy and i think a lot of us are so used to this immediate gratification world of like press this button. Do these things you're only one funnel away kind of mentality when you have gone through it and you know what it takes to be successful. You understand that. There is a certain amount of time energy and effort required to reach a certain level of success. And i think that value of understanding what it takes to actually get to that level was really you know what i saw an experience from watching my dad constantly in his office like just really going after it now.

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The Port Chicago Disaster

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:51 min | 5 d ago

The Port Chicago Disaster

"One is quite sure exactly what happened but at ten eighteen pm there was a loud crash. The seminars reported as sounding like metal and timber falling down. This probably a crane or one of the booms which had collapsed then. There was the sound of an explosion and then a fire about five. To seven seconds later there was a massive explosion that destroyed the entire facility. It was one of the largest explosions in history up until that point pilots in the air at the time saw a fireball three miles into the air. The blast was felt in boulder city nevada. Four hundred thirty miles away. There was damaged onto buildings in san francisco forty eight miles away debris landed over two miles away and the plane which witnessed it said it's all white hot debris shooting past it. At an altitude of seven thousand feet. It coastguard fireboat near the pier was thrown six hundred feet or one hundred and eighty meters away where it eventually landed in the water and sank. There were three hundred and twenty men and the peer when the explosion occurred all of them died instantly. Two thirds of the dead. Were african american enlisted men who were working on the dock. In fact this explosion by itself was responsible for fifteen percent of all of the african american deaths in the second world war. I've got a previous episode on the halifax harbour explosion during world war one. The portugual explosion wasn't quite as large. But it wasn't too far away the biggest difference and the reason why the fatalities were lower. Portugal is that there were no civilians on the base. There were two hundred and fifty other injuries and of the men who were killed only fifty one wherever identified an inquiry was launched only four days after the explosion and the ruling was that it was probably the fault of one of the enlisted men. Nothing was mentioned about the poor safety conditions and the lack of training

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Influential Educators: Nursery School Pioneer Margaret McMillan

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:01 min | 5 d ago

Influential Educators: Nursery School Pioneer Margaret McMillan

"Margaret and rachel contributed to the christian socialist magazine and margaret began giving free lessons to working class girls in london. These the beginning years of their lives in service. At the poor and disenfranchised for the next few years the sisters helped workers and strikes and traveled to different industrial regions of england giving talks and visiting the poor to better understand the needs of communities their engagement also led to involvement in several socialist societies and groups in nineteen. Oh two when margaret was forty two years old. The sisters joined the recently formed labor party. The labor party remains the major political parties in england to this day at that time working class children were expected to work long hours in terrible conditions as their parents did. Factory owners cared more about profit than safety and children often got injured. And we're not paid well. This exploitation deeply concerned the sisters and they became champions for the wellbeing of all children. They canvassed for a bill that established a nurse all primary schools. They established community health and dental clinics in a needy area of london. They used their connections to establish night clinics in deptford where children could get a nutritious hot meal a bath and clean clothes and bedding and they became involved in a campaign to provide meals in schools. Arguing that hungry children could not learn and contributing to legislation. That made it law in. Nineteen eleven margaret wrote the child and the state in it. She criticized the tendency of some schools to focus solely on preparing children for unskilled on monotonous labor. She believed schools should offer a humane and interesting education that spurred the growth of the next

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Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues

ESPN FC

01:11 min | 5 d ago

Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues

"Start with one of the first matches of the day from group. Play manchester united away two young boys and despite having an early lead through cristiano ronaldo goal in the thirteen. Th minute manchester. United fall to one airlangga. Asakusa sent off in first half after that it was pretty much. All the swiss champions who scored twice in the second half their game winner comes off a jesse lynn guard. Air jordan p faulk. The american provides the winner for young voice. Craig to slip it in. There was a story of the game after all. What a way to kind of squander momentum of the weekend you even even lives in amman our expected to still see united stronger than the where against a team who i think of a five games into this season only have eight points setting and fourths or not not the strongest sade and even up to that point eight minutes or so. When he got sent off wasn't a brilliant performance. Yeah rinaldo surprise. Surprise gone go to target and ninety minutes or we lose amman. Not not very good no.

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Making the Case for Larry Elder

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:06 min | 6 d ago

Making the Case for Larry Elder

"Larry elder comes from a very poor background in poor area of los angeles father's worth as janitor for many years he's black and gavin newsom born into wealth helped by the wealthy supported by the wealthy. That's the man of the poor. That's the man for diversity. He actually said yesterday. That larry elder opposes diversity by that. Of course every leftist means racial diversity. The only diversity they care about. They don't care about ideological diversity larry's black so larry being becoming potentially the first black governor of california that does not serve the interests of diversity.

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Jonathan Capehart Says MAGA Movement Is 'More Worrisome' Than Foreign Terrorists

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last week

Jonathan Capehart Says MAGA Movement Is 'More Worrisome' Than Foreign Terrorists

"To be talked to like adults. There is not a collective more that binds us together and the terrorists apart. There is a lot tearing us apart right now. You want evidence queue up for me Cut. Three. Jim. This is Jonathan Capehart, one of the dumbest guys on television. The only reason we put them in my dopey talking head Olympics because candidly nobody knows who he is. So it doesn't matter anyway. But occasionally he surfaces with some pearl of stupidity, not wisdom. And here's him this weekend on PBS or whatever. Was he on? Jim was a PBS usually, uh, PBS. See, Jim's always great. He actually puts it, I send them clips. I never put any details. He had poor guys to fill them in. So here's Jonathan Capehart on PBS with the ever hapless David Brooks from The New York Times who pretends to be a conservative, you know, shaking his head to an agreement with it, like Bozo the clown. Here's K part but the silliest man on television talking about how Maga Yeah, the Maga move, Make America great again. Moving is definitely more worrisome than the the terrorists. Check this out. I think, um Marga and the domestic terror threat is much more worrisome. Then any foreign threat we could face. And David Brooks is over there with his spectacles on going on. They have bozo the clown. I agree, uh, morons. And again you expect me to? It's going to let let's just throw cliche nonsense out there to an audience. I would have no respect for you at all. There's so much more to get back to 9 12. There's so much more that binds us here. No, there's not. No, there isn't No, there isn't cut the crap. Stop talking to people like they're idiots. Now there isn't anything I share in common with this moron Maga. People are more

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Miami Fans Save Cat From Upper Deck Fall Using American Flag

The South Florida Morning Show

01:55 min | Last week

Miami Fans Save Cat From Upper Deck Fall Using American Flag

"We had the most awesome story coming out of the sports world over the weekend. And we're gonna put a dinner right putting up the video right now in the morning show blog. Eight fifty w. f. t. l. dot com. This fallen cat story caught by an american flag at the. Um game you. Could you get any better. I don't think so. Wow i've i sat there and i watched it because i i saw the video. I i didn't see it live. But i had heard about it and i said i gotta go watch this. I i'm thinking how the heck did the cat get where it was. I don't know and it was under the tarp on the second level. You've been running under i. I don't know how did it get to where it and it's hanging in you watch it and i'm thinking in you know it's just one claw now it's not buying. I'm like oh this poor cats going gonna plummet to its death. You hear the moment when it goes down to the one claw all old stadium. Stop to watch what was going on here. That's when it went to one claw and that's when they caught it. Wow but the people that caught it. The guy works for the university. He and his wife have season tickets. And then every game they bring an american flag. I love that. Thank god because they used they. They were underneath the cat and they opened up the american flag. Elka an emergency blanket to catch it and sure enough at worked out at broke the cat's fall and then cat lady did safely. And then the the the ultimate closing moment to make it the perfect story. They saved the cat's life. Turns right around and it's punches. The guy right in the head Did you see grabbed him in the chest and the guy's like oh you see his eyes to bulge out of his head like get this damn thing off or they catch it. He holds it like simba. Crowd place went to catch maxim tries. A clause is out and then the cat form. Put the poor thing. Can you imagine how scared that poor cat

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Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint

The Autosport Podcast

01:22 min | Last week

Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint

"Vouch. we bought one one seconds qualifying at the twenty two nd. Two italian gregory beating max staffan with lewis hamilton fifth after making a poor start from among side us down robotic finished third mclaren ahead of his teammate landowners who kept hamilton at bay for the duration of the race which was disrupted by a fast lap crash for twenty months of winter. Pa ouseley ghazi. Briefy fit the mccaren of down. Your ricardo damaged his front wing as a result which went underneath his front wheels causing him to shoot off into the gravel. The crash about the safety car and ask as these call was recovered a clash between iki snow to number but cubits so usa came about the race restarted on that four of eighteen with batas romping to one point six second lead over verstappen with hamilton chasing. The two mclarens both tie as fast as the mediums of the cheerleaders. On the second mercedes recorded came home fourteen point five seconds behind the winner with norris keeping hamilton behind him who at times was even sliding around dramatically shall lead time. His ferrari teammate call assigned in sixth and seventh the former recovering from feeding on while at the end of f. b. two scientists ferrari had been rebuilt off his heavy f. b. to crash came highway started ahead of antonucci of nazi. The affirmation drive ahead of the charging such a paris to finish with the red bull. Dr having to make a couple of attempts to pause after martin's launch drove for that position.

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The Bizarre, Incoherent Contradiction of 'the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | Last week

The Bizarre, Incoherent Contradiction of 'the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

"A dawned on me as john. Edwards wrote this terrific piece in the new york post about the incoherent bizarre contradiction. You do realize that the whole point in calling this the pandemic of the unvaccinated the whole point insane we've gotta protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated. The whole point of the poor little old lady shrieking at me in the elevator the other day because she's got her mask on and i don't and she's vaccinated is that they don't believe in the effectiveness of the vaccine. That's the dirty little secret. They don't believe the vaccine works. And frankly with all the cases rising. I can understand people thinking that now. What we got to remember is if you're vaccinated. You're not likely to wind up in the hospital. If you get covert and you're vaccinated. That's the point of the vaccine was to prevent severe illness and death. And if you accept the ninety nine percent number. The people of the people dying from kobe today. Ninety nine percent of them are unvaccinated. You may not accept that number and that's okay you get to accept you can reject accept whatever you want to accept if you agree that most people who are dying of cogan are unvaccinated than that should give you some comfort in believing that the vaccine works but not joe biden as john says. How do you start out. Saying i'm going to protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated but don't worry fully vaccinated. People are incredibly low risk. This is a cluster. This is a disgrace.

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Who Was Serial Killer Todd Kohlhepp?

Chicago Dog Walk

01:50 min | Last week

Who Was Serial Killer Todd Kohlhepp?

"This week. We're going to talk about todd. Cole hep which i know you said you were not familiar with correct This he is a infamous case Murdered several people. He actually got caught because kind of similar to discuss. Couple of weeks at one of his victims ended up being rescued. And then it was a whole can of worms that was open and he got caught. So todd call hep. He grew up in south carolina in a very very dysfunctional home. I mean broken family. He was abused by his father. He was abused by his grandfather. As a child he was constantly moving from one place to another which created instability in his life. And it was kind of this storm of poor factors in his life that created this soup to create a monster essentially by like okay if you come from a broken family. That doesn't mean you're this crazy murderer if you move around constantly that that's not gonna make you a psychopath right it. But being abused by the male figures in his life adding with all of these things coming from dysfunctional household. They all added up to make this to make him into what he is. So you can look at it as we always look at the nature versus nurture right. This is a little bit more of a nurture situation. Because he was just hitting left and right with these bad circumstances he was not he was not taking care of the way he needed to be taken care of and created this everything that he was late. I mean to me. That's like the greatest debate and forever like in the world. I i really think so.

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Paul Kengor Suggests We Reached Immunity Between Vaccinated and Naturally Immune People

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last week

Paul Kengor Suggests We Reached Immunity Between Vaccinated and Naturally Immune People

"He writes the following So, according to the CDC itself. An estimated 120 million Americans have been infected with Covid. Then there are another 200 million plus have been vaccinated. Many of those infected were pressured into getting vaccinated anyway. Still add up those numbers, and there's surely close to 300 million Americans with natural immunity, artificial immunity. Out of 330 million In many of the 330 million are Children, babies. So the natural immunity question is crucial. And yet the feds aren't even discussing it. Well, this is my point. As well. When you throw around the unvaccinated Joe Biden is assuming that people out there will be as stupid as he is and say, Hey, yeah, he's 80 million. Unvaccinated. Say, Wait a minute. Whatever. I've got immunity and but you're not vaccinated. Don't like that. I am vaccinated. But that has nothing to do with anything. I wonder if Salon what was that puts his name Zachary something rather Mr Producer. Pitzer rally. Pizzarelli, pepperoni. What was his name? Anyways, a little. He's a mental midget. Zachary over there. It's salon, speaking of left wing cook sites. I wonder if Zachary is going to write articles. About this. What it means to be unvaccinated, and that Joe Biden first was opposed to the Trump vaccinations. Now he can't get enough of them. Or Kamala Harris. Same thing. He'd rather write about. The poor souls who've been in talk radio who passed away. This is how sick these bastards are.

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A Big Tell From Circle-Back Psaki on Biden's 6-Pronged Plan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | Last week

A Big Tell From Circle-Back Psaki on Biden's 6-Pronged Plan

"And get ready today. Because poor joe biden. Who barely knows where he is at any given day on any given day. He's going to have a big announcement today about a six pronged kovin plan. I can't wait to see what these six prongs are going to be like circle back. Jen was asked about it yesterday at the white house. Also been very firm and maintaining independence between the federal government and what schools and the private sector does. So tomorrow she. We anticipate the president to say much is with us already said to urge those entities to take action or war new actionable. There will be new steps. The president announces tomorrow absolutely new steps. The americans jay z. Light should we expect any new kitchen recommendations as an example vaccination or not it depends on if you're vaccinated or not will there. There's a big tell from circle back asaki depends on whether you're vaccinated because if you're not vaccinated your dirt if you're not vaccinated you can get fired. You can be discriminated against and ps. that's going to apply to a lot of african

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NY Post Buries Facts About Covid Death of 15-Year-Old Kentucky Boy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

NY Post Buries Facts About Covid Death of 15-Year-Old Kentucky Boy

"I saw an article last night. He just broke my heart reading about this fifteen year. Old boy in louisville kentucky and all i saw the new york post new york post the entire article and why post dotcom dad makes emotional plea. After teams son dies recorded fifteen year. Old kentucky boy died of cove it his grieving father is urging others to take the virus seriously the boy just incline loved music whistling his ipad playing drums and swimming. The joy of the article says but the new york post article links to a small town paper the lexington herald leader article. Then you click on that link and you read about this poor kid and the grieving father and buried in that article comes this reveal. Jason had autism and was nonverbal. His father told the herald leader. He had extensive medical issues a weak immune system and had twenty five or more surgeries in his lifetime. Now that poor kid. I'm not trying to minimize or marginalize. A fifteen year old kids death but do you know how many millions of people probably read the article that went viral about the fifteen year old boy that appeared according to the new york. Post to be healthy fifteen year old teenage boy who loved his ipad and love to whistle. And you've got gotta dig you have to get you got to cut through the propaganda crap to realize this. Poor young boy was severely compromised. He was vulnerable. He had tons of medical issues including a weak immune system.

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"a. poor" Discussed on Oddly Godly

Oddly Godly

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Oddly Godly

"Is the complete opposite of what jesus is calling us to do. Some people want this disregard this whole section of scripture because of how hard it is to do and the reason that is so hard to do is because people don't take this first step people are never truly repentant when they give their hearts to jesus or like some of us. And i've been guilty of this myself. Is we forget where we came from so we start to look at where we're at forgetting that the reason we are where we're at is only because god took us from that place where we were down low in the meyer and brought us out of it. Some of the biggest and worst decisions in my life led me to the cross to give my life to jesus. But if i forget those things sometimes it allows me to feel superior it makes me feel like i have attained something. But what really happened is. I forgot to be contrite. I forgot the sins. That repented of i've forgotten where jesus has brought me from and when i lose sight of that i lose sight of what it means to be saved and this is a true this has been true all throughout the new and old testament most of the scriptures that i just quoted from our from the old testament most of these things are pretty much ingrained in the entirety of salvation and in a second chronicles thirty four. Twenty seven story in there. That makes us extremely clear. And this kind of to me shows. The Is a good picture of what This versus actually representing and it's a story about joe sioe. And he was king. He became king at eight years old. I think and he did some unspeakable things in his kinship of there was his family had basically satan god. That's how he was raised. He knew nothing of god they might have talked about him but only in the sense that they were trying to radically them. They were building monuments and stuff to other idols. They burnt the bones of priests on the altar and at during his kingship he wanted to he was thinking about rebuilding and he went into the temple. Took all the gold and basically was looking for a way to spend it will in the plundering of the temple. One of the servants found a book of the law and brought it to him. And when jessica read it and realized how far he was from the standard that god said.

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"a. poor" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"Most folks don't want to talk about the lens of a millennial mary cup dead has determined that we say every day so when we say that as we're actually saying facts one hundred the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth we bother take pillow talk to a whole new level dead. Ads starts right now. This story is going to take me back to two thousand twelve okay. Devoured gets a little bit of knowledge about facebook going public right at this point in my life. We are lost money in the stock market. We lost within all of these things. invest means buying property while starting to rebuild my bank account. But i was wrote wasn't poor. Because i had everything that i needed in life. I didn't have everything that i wanted. But i would look at me. You re comes around. I was. I was broke so i had an is going to sound funny. Because you know. Money's all relative but i had about twenty thousand dollars that i had saved up overdoing training and stuff like that. That also you know what. This is money that i can play with. So i got tip that facebook was going to go public so i went took the twenty thousand dollars and invested in facebook. I in a facebook and initially facebook started to drop. I remember people putting. I think last thirty nine dollars. Put my money. Twenty eight thirty nine dollars a dropped right. Dang at one point he got down to like fifteen dollars a share. But i put all the money. I saved on it so i couldn't double down. I was just letting you sit there. Let me sit there. And after a while it start to come back up and they got back up to. I think about twenty six dollars and at that point. My twenty k. Was at around thirteen k and it was around the time of your birthday and no matter of fact it was your birthday. It was the ten year anniversary. Two thousand twelve It was the ten year anniversary of the day we first met and i wanted to do some nice romantic so i took out that thirteen thousand dollars and didn't tell me a did you weathering are you serious. 'cause it's the honest i listen. I had told you not to do to add to leave that right there. But this is. I'm gonna tell you why that happened right. I had a poor relationship with money. Because i was doing all the right things when i was in the league and i didn't trust the stock market. I didn't trust real estate. And i had lost my money so at this point i was like you know what i got this money. I wanted to do some nice for you. And i was like funky fuck. It is money. I say i lost a little. Bit of a let me agree harangue were upgraded your ring and facebook skyrocketed. Like shortly after that some of the issue broke when broke. You make broke people. Decisions data as yano. Tomorrow's my birthday. You know aries baby. And i think it's you. Yes so i'm gonna give you all the exciting song today that my wife loves i'm gonna start with their b two loops young. Let me see. Let me see now which i do wanna be boneless shot colours broilers. Who beat him in a band with the spol- is on the low from the jake into toll is trying to give my hands. Grants like horace living abroad. Deal three course meals spaghetti do still everything's real in appeal and what. You can't have now leave when you will. But they'll knock me for trying to bury zeros over rio de janeiro. Ain't nobody robot. I wanted to be heard seven every day. That's my word swimming women own condominium style plus five who dropped millennium added douglas cavs so my hand i carries nice on the hand already spent more money on. You have more facebook. You had about one hundred thousand dollars right now instead. What coming out of karaoke back to you storytime. I feel like we're even now even tell y'all why we're even now because i didn't know anything about this story right. I was just like oh my beeped just upgraded my rate all. This was so sweet not knowing that he made a poor decision. Much like my poor decision when it came to the wedding versus the property so now even now. This is how how women make no sense. Oh my god listening. She now says we even at right. Listen to how we even. She made a economic decision to get something she wanted. I made a poor economic decision to get her something soon. But we even hey knew since val see fair. I didn't even know the upgrade was coming. That was a surprise and had invested. At the point we were in our life. I would have been like you know what babe now. Maybe we should leave that money. They're lies but that's not the point the sl. When is someone gonna make economic decision to give me something i want. I've done that. That's when then. We'll be even when tom is beyond this point in their life making economic decisions. And that's why we brought our guest today because while we ain't doing is making that decision to the people lying how this is supposed to be us and you talk about some she bad. Give me stuff. I've made some in my okay. Wait just watch. What would you tell you how. I got you that.

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"a. poor" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"a. poor" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"You think we're headed for a leak. Where all of a premium is placed on defensive players. I feel like guys like Ben. Wallace who run draft is Michigan. Detroit Pistons guys. So of course I've used that example are just under appreciated and Don't get the credit. They deserve and guys like Tony. Allen and respond Jackson brought up to just curious where you think the League defensively. You think Mike say a Michigan State Fan. He's obviously a Pistons Fan but Michigan State Fan. He Heals Michigan State. Players are known for being greedy defenders and rebounders. He wants Michigan state players to keep doing shot at the dream on. That's true that's true So jagged talked a little about the handshakes actually heard from a couple of people in the League who listened to the POD and said Hey I agree the lasting. Jackie said which was the handshakes checks something about it. So here's my twenty years Involved with the NBA Defense Cycle summit up into two paragraphs when I first started covering the League in the early two thousands The there was lots of hand shaking. There's lots of holding. There's lots of hand fighting the Games. After Jordan retired specifically started being seventy eight seventy three. We had a couple of very very low rated finals. the navy or being Pistons against US Spurs two thousand five. It was a struggle. All the way the lead role changed the Or Two thousand four or five. Anyway I think it was four. No four is the the Pistons beat the Lakers. He was five all right anyway. It take the handshake rules away. And as a result if he because you couldn't put your hands on the defense Your defense can put your hands on the players. A new style of defense came because players were able to drive and get to the basket the first year they took an Cecchi Away Koby I think Kobe average thirty five or thirty six it was aftershock had been traded. He had won the highest scoring years in the League. Because of the freedom of movement rules in the fouls up Alan Iverson stats that year. Yeah everybody's stats exploded. All the stars. So what what happened was the spurs pioneered. This A shrink the floor defense. So if you couldn't put your hands on the player the what you really needed was taped. Bring help defense so Popovich and a lot of teams copied. It was draw. The defense in get everybody in the paint was called shrink the floor and you couldn't score on them and so what happened if you if the defense is playing shrink the floor. What is the offense to stretch the floor? And the strength the floor defenses and their success ushered in the stretching the floor idea which the warriors and Steph Poured Gasoline on. And we are now in the stretch the floor era and now Popovich. It doesn't like stretching the floor. He wants to go back to the floor and Jackie. It sounds like if you want the hand checking. You want help defenses. You don't like the The current the current pace offenses are at. Well it's not that what I don't like is the fact that you can be a big man down in the post like embiid or even when he posts up and you can be manhandled. You can get an elbow in your jaw you can have. Someone can stick their fist in your gut which is supposed to be legal based on the hand checking roles and you can be manhandled. And there's no call and yet James Harden or Steph curry or whoever else is out at the three point line can up you know uptake? And you're you're the fingernail on your thumb as you go flying past hits them and they get three foul shots. That's what I object to. There's gotta be a better way to enforce the rules down underneath and to give a little more leeway from behind the line well and building on that I think that the unnatural axe to get fouls they. They've got to get rid of that so they've got like the little rip moves up. Yeah the retinues Chris Paul Special. Who obviously he's now on? What he's he is by far the best at that they have taken. Unless you're in the bonus that's no longer shooting fell will what they have to do is. That's no longer defense. Foul if you swing your arm sideways into a guy who otherwise wouldn't touch you see the offense of Fowler words. No call so they get rid of that and look if you fly sideways and Fling Up. A bull crap shot again. That's not a defensive foul if you are intentionally going way out of normal shooting form just to contact. That's not new. That's not a foul. But I'll jump if you jump into guys not a foul right and so the just the blatant foul hunt and a look like hardened obviously he's. He's a king of it but there's also a lot of times because he's so good with a stamp just gets fouled out there. But yeah when when when this unnatural you know fling your arms to the side or fly fly laterally while you shooting three who. You'd never do that so that's not A. That's not a defense a foul. I'll say this you know kind. As far as like will there be are the are the Tony Alands of the world? The Boeing actually had a three point shots. He's a little bit different. But you know Tony Al. He'll ill tell you guys would jump shots. Like is an Indian league anymore. He he got he got out at the right time because I think not necessarily that. There's not a premium on defense. There's more of a premium offense and space killers. Spacing killers aren't going to be able to exist in the being. I don't think it's hard for a playoff team. Have a guy who can't shoot because when you get into the playoffs situation they just don't they don't guard them and it becomes four and five if you can't shoot bed or be elite finisher you better give that vertical space whether it's you know. Janas obviously just complete freak where he can do it. You know dive into the basket cutting or just creating on his own but you least better be as a big man. If you can't shoot threes you better be dominant finisher right and you know it's interesting to me with people. They want him to shoot threes. They're encouraging him to shoot them. He shoots them. He doesn't shoot a high percentage. And you know what's going to happen in the postseason if he's out there and they're trying to stretch the floor by bringing them out there. Everybody's going to back off. I'm like they do all the other players that can't shoot and they're gonNA dare them to take. Can I the next? Yes Andrew. I just wanted to present one counterpoint. To defensive player is going obsolete is if you are a rookie or a prospect that falls outside of the lottery and you go to a good team like Matisse table. Yes pretty clear way to for a defensive specialist to stay in the League well agency and the best way the best way to stay in league and get paid a ton of money is to work on just catch and shoot catch and shoot catch and shoot you know. And if he's a thirty five percent catch and Shoot Guy. You can see the best way to stay in. The League is to be six seven and be able to switch on done biggs and smiles. That's right if you're six foot seven and you can you can pick up a point guard on a switch or you can hold your own with a with a six ten or seven footer on a switch and I don't mean shut them down but hold your own. You can shoot thirty three percent on threes or even thirty percent on threes and you will stay in the league. That's what you gotta be right but you know doling finished miss that guy. He'd never shot better like thirty one percents from three last year restricted free agent not much market forum signs of three or twelve million dollar deal suddenly thirty seven thirty eight percent from three. Every Scott I talk to mavericks game talks about what a great bargain is. Look there's always there's always a place for a guy like a Marcus smart. Who's not six seven? Who's probably closer to six two six seven six two? Yeah tough he takes charges. He dived after loose balls. His the players respond to He's a he's a natural born leader. There's always going to be in many ways. A smart is the graduated version of Tony Allen Allen Oklahoma state but I will say this Marcus. Smart as a top five draft pick Sort of become a grinder. I mean that's the guy who is a major talent and he's also he's got playmaking skills on looking up is three point and he's you know he's become six really last season thirty five. This season like as a league absolutely point shooter. He is a total stud. You don't know I listen. He's he's the most popular guy in Boston. There's he's the most popular Celtics player. I was GONNA say maybe no Taboo Celtics. I mean they love Jason Tatum but like it. Marcus smart's guy everybody just like a doors. You know always many smaller earlier this season when people were trying to figure out the Celtics get into into various trade packages and they were like okay. Well you use Marcus smart and I go. No no no no mortgage smart will not be treated. He's probably the last. They may be tatum as a has a higher value in the organization but short of that. Marcus smart is is the Celtics but I think they're always if you the the next I don't know what the next innovation and the I wish I could tell you. I wish I wish I could tell you what the next special defense is going to happen. But the will happen with the defenses that will force the offense yeah. I don't know why it's happened. But it's the nature of the League and if you can defend especially on ball And in in various guys in size you can still make it as a defensive specialist for sure all right well Jackie Tim. Thank you so much night. We'll gentleman who collective we will talk to you over the weekend or next week. Stay safe and thank you again..

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"a. poor" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"a. poor" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"So you know I. I don't know that was that big of a deal but I know that I've always thought the visual of just literally walking past them. But I I guess the larger point. O'brien is that we're we're now like focusing on Manusha and trying to make a determination on a was to Michael Jordan that is targeted sort of Michael Jordan because he holds drudge on Manusha all the time. I think it was a bigger I think for Jordan even bigger than that. I think he just there were many reasons. Why didn't like the Detroit Pistons and Isaiah Thomas? Though not shaking hands was only one of them now maybe Sochi so he would hold the same grudge whether they shook the hands are not going to find something. Ah if they had shaken his hand. You think that Michael Jordan would like the Pistons in Isaiah Thomas a quiz that you think he would have lobbied for Isaiah to be on the Dream Team with A. Hey good job go get him in the final. It's it's one of these classic debates because you can go on for hours and I. I enjoy poor sports. I wish there were more guys. That's clear blatantly poor sports. Here's what I think. It's hard to be good sport right. Isn't it in the heat of competition? I mean I feel like after high school. You shouldn't have to be like okay. You know when you're not you okay. Get it after high school to hell with it. Of course I once got big trouble in high school football game because I got knocked out of bounds. The cows talking trash unleashed several expos and the headmaster. My boarding school was standing about five feet away with some parents and we won the game. And I'm getting my bitch at after the game on like screw you in the game. If you don't WanNa hear that stuff stains somewhere else. Well there was a reason why you were at the boarding school. This is true. I just here's what I think. I know a little bit. Not as well as you do. Jackie but Friday to sit down. He knew exactly what he was doing. He knew. This is Michael's documentary. He knew he was going to asked about this. He wore a beautiful blue suit. For one of the nicest Suits we see in the documentary. Certainly more well dressed than Michael. Michael's wearing camouflage shorts and stuff and he came ready with that answer. He knew that this was an opportunity if he he could have changed the discussion on this and he was like no. I didn't do it then. I didn't do it fifteen years later. I'm not doing twenty years later. I don't care and that's one of the things I like about it. He knew what he was saying was going to be prominent. And the filmmakers knew too which is why they showed it to Jordan. Wanted to get his reaction but isn't Isaiah Thomas so well-spoken he really is. He's a very intelligent guy and he's very well spoken. But for whatever reason it's not just Michael Jordan for whatever reason there was he has rubbed people the wrong way through the years. And you know I've always had a great relationship with Isaiah. I think he's I think you should have been on the Dream Team. He deserved it on the merits of his of his game. He should've been on that that roster but I think it's wrong to blame just Michael Jordan for reasons that he's not by the way. Do I have to remind you guys at Chuck? Daly was the head coach of the Dream Team. Right Chuck Chuck Daly really wanted. Is Thomas on that team. Don't you think he could've made that happen? Chuck's hair chucks hair was was in his prime chocolates. You know it makes so sad to see him. See those theft footage of him and he was just such a special person and you can see the relationship he had with with Rodman. And all those guys in. Just one of the most beloved coaches I've ever been around towards the only one who holds the garage and Horace Grant referred to the pisses straight up see male dogs. Three decades later was was pretty nice. Great but I from what I understand and hearing about the stories in Barcelona On the off days chuck was racing Jordan to get to the golf course after the practices are they played cards till two. In the morning they played. They played multiple rounds of golf. They played pool. They drank Scotch. There was lots of revelry. Going on our voicemail mail We're going to.

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"I do not get to this point at eight. Not who I am without Jay z. And that won't that. It can't go back and change. You get what I'm saying? Like, I can't go to act. They may again just don't understand like when I was in as a freaking teenager. They don't teach you about economics. They don't even get you interested in learning about capitalism. So all the first lessons that I got on the subject came from hip hop and the first artist I really got me thinking about it was Jay Z in the very first line that he said that got me thinking that way was your single is not a nonsense amount was four bucks. And I actually made me start thinking like what would make one take cost ninety nine cents. And why is one four? Dollars. Like, that's a legitimate question to axe. What is the fucking difference? Okay. Well, it's your branding is your name recognition. It's you know, what I'm saying is a lot of things that go into that that that build up the actual cost of what people are willing to pay for any specific product, including intellectual products. So like it actually made me start thinking about supplying and demand. It actually made me start thinking about branding and understanding how you put yourself out there as a product not just the product itself. But you as a person as a product a lot of those ideas came from Jay z the fact that like back in the day, you remember when like knock off close, we're really really big. And so he had that line. He was like what's the difference between a three point? Oh, three point six, and he's like thirty to forty grand Cox could beat it. And I'm like, whoa. Okay. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. The people can actually afford the high class it. They recognize. Low clash it. People. That's why are you impressed them. Anyway. You don't like the real gonna realize that your fake and the people at the bottom what the fuck is the point. So I got into a very young age of understanding necessity for name brand was not that big especially when I really couldn't afford them. So like a lot of those things a lot of lessons conservative lessons that I learned I got from JC I got from his music, but we have to go because we're out of time. Okay. I you guys. We'll check your next week. Real left is angry about is there. Like, how could you allow brushing memes to me and just started to vote for Trump must've been fake news fake news? They mean conservative websites. This is what the left X fake news fake news. What they mean is shutdown. Tonight. On Sirius XM patriots one twenty five..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Black kid rock are the last one is a topic. Yes. Singers, perform the things six annual global citizens festival in South Africa. It's a festival that. Works on poverty relief. And I would say that they are general generally liberal organizations in the real causes. But. They're still working towards it. I've been in the field. So I throw in there. The woman was dressed in a bodysuit representing all fifty fifty four fix some countries in Africa. That was. Definitely stood out alone by itself. Performed for whole two hours. Don't think we ever see the woman perform at all. So. Those pretty awesome. And I didn't see too much of it. But I do know that she. Fans into tears, which doesn't sing halo. I did. Did you like I was like holding my breath? I was just like oh my God. Beyond was one of my least favorite songs of hers. And yet she was able to. And what went to crier and dancers behind her? Oh, my God that was so fabulous. So I the reason that the reason that I brought that up and the reason that brought that up is because I posted a clip of it on my on my social media, and I had one of these conservatives come up to my site come onto my time line and tell me what she's a liberal piece of crap. Okay. So look. I usually don't respond, but I'm telling you next year lot of shit is going to change me. So if you decide that you wanna bring your ass to my time line and rag about some of my musical, cultural clips that I put on I will no longer ignore you. I am coming for your scalp next year every single fucking one of you because you're not going to sit in my face and tell me you're colorblind, you're not gonna sit in my face and tell me, oh, no, you really would accept some of our cultural people if they came. Oh, no, you're not going to do that to me anymore and make me defended anymore. I haven't as argument anymore. I'm just going to each up employ your scout. So b b b be aware of that coming into the new to the next year. I'm not gonna play people anymore when it comes to that was an awesome set and watching Jay Z and beyond say perform together. I don't give a fuck about politics. It was fucking. Awesome. And I just enjoy watching. And he is still my j I don't care what kind of changes, he go. Are you aware that his birthday just came yet? Yeah. Yeah. Of course. But he I do not get point..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Yeah. But the whole point that ticks me off about the entire conversation. Is you want black people to say that they were wrong for voting for Democrats? Right. Like, you really legitimately want black people to wake up leave the plantation and say that they were wrong for voted for Democrats. But yo ass Keiser. You was wrong about anything. You can't admit that you were wrong about anything where you when you help them push unions. Yeah. Probably we when you help them push gun control. Yeah. You are where you end up talking about when I say gun control. I'm talking about all the basic first steps like a person getting in trouble becoming a felon. And then having our gun rights taken away, you act conservatives that are like yet that sounds acceptable. What a fuck does that say that in the in the constitution? Well. Time USA, get your rights back. You help them make that impossible. Where's that in the constitution? Conservatives. All of a sudden, you have no problem with the constitution being fluid and these conversations, but in every other conversation, you want the constitution of static. But in this conversation, you don't mind the conversation. You don't matter being fluid, and you can't understand why people look at you like a contradicting lie. I mean, this particular case, they are exactly a contradict liar. Yes, here if you say that you shouldn't have done it. Well, it what is point in time is being done in legal. This is the same country. And if you wanna prove to me that you are in fact, not a liar. There's a very simple way. You can do it very very simple way. You can do it. Give pass push legislation that will treat every single one of these opioid users. Just like you treat it crack hits. Let me see you pushing that legislation. If you wanna prove to me that this isn't about racing. It has nothing to do with black bursts white or any of that then you should be pushing for every single one of those Opio users to get the Zach same prison sentence that you pushed for crackheads. Do you? See anybody doing it? Do you see a single law, then my followers remained single lawmaker? Why would you suggest such a thing because we did it before? Yeah. And y'all see no problem where we did it before. But now you have a problem because you're like, well, these people they just need help. What the black people? They didn't they and he helped known day would just values love it all him up. But these these mobile users, they just need help. What is the difference? Oh, okay. All right. I'm sure I'm sure there is a difference. So yeah. Okay. Let's go learning. I have not learned it yet. That's the next door. We know what the fucking differences don't play with me. I wanted to explain I've been told that I was being harsh that was being meaning that I needed to stop it. Okay. I'm gonna be harsh. I'm going to be me, and knack fucking stopping and tell you mother fuckers admit that you were wrong and tell you emit that of what you've done and that when black people have big complaining about it. But a last twenty years that they had a valid point for complaining. They had a valid reason to look at the system like it was to simply racist. No. You can't do that. You can't do that at all can you? Yeah. I didn't think. So. So that's like I say, let's go to the next one because you're gonna give me all here cursor..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Or any other news outlet at actually start doing your own research and. People that you like as pundits at they're not being invited onto talk about a specific subject. Like a lot of your black. People were not allowed to talk about cognac. Because they had a different opinion of cognac than the one that was being pushed by FOX. So FOX just did not let those people onto talk about Konya. That means you were heading hand fell hand fed only to sit that FOX wanted you to know about cognac, and then once everything hit the fucking fan with the story just disappears. And they just stop talking about it. So be very very aware. If you think that FOX is a legitimate news story that gives it to you straight. You're full of shit. And you're just as warped as you are looking at CNN and MSNBC we'll be back in the second Breitbart. News daily, Alex Marley. Why did we see some of the Republican kissing of markets Berg that was taking place? I called it kissing the rain. Every single person. Tactically Kissling this guy who wants to do nothing except hit all those people on office. Republicans news daily weekdays six AM eastern series. Six patriot one twenty five. Now back to did. She say that with sunny Johnson. Welcome back to this. She said at a Breitbart news podcast sunny body. Hey. All right. Let's finish this wrap this up. Okay. Marijuana America's favorite topic? It's been pretty PC. These days pretty normal dispensaries popping up left, and right and people profiting off of it. But last year only less than twenty percent of those that were in business word owned by minorities and for the record because I've set in community meetings about these lots of times that he counsels can are they have the ability to approve licenses directly, so they have full capability to discriminate. But because it's new industry. There's about tuna black women who created a conference to help other blacks get into the field and that on top of criminal Justice reform. I think that we might see some type of fairness in this industry where we will finally get a chance to sell legally, and maybe see some type of change regarding those who've been. Locked up for doing the very same thing. Now, just saying I'm just saying can you validate the black people who have told time and time again that is fucked up that you lock are black people for for something that almost every population in America, actually, does like I mean, can you get people a little bit of slack for saying this shit because they were absolutely positively correct. Of course, not of course, the story in twenty twelve I think when this came up when somewhere around in when Obama was considering something similar was many on the right were saying that you know, these criminals are going to be let out of prison. I think that there was a there was an issue about letting other criminals, but specifically when it came to this. They were saying that will if the court said that this was a legal, then then you just don't go back and change something. That's just not how it works. And I kept hearing that on FOX, by the way, heatedly that will just at the time for a reason they should stay in jail. And I'm sitting here listening to this lake magic from people who consider themselves to be conservative people who believe in individual liberty and Justice and actually believe that there can be bad laws and down twenty ten. The Justice department can be wrong. Wrong with the justify the Justice back, then they know, but they were sentenced for reason the times were different back. Then what type of argument is that the time was different? Okay. And we learned that it was wrong. But you still can't let go of it. But you can't let go because of very low argument is wearing lowbrow argument. You can't think of you that was just an obstructionist one period..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Test the Syrian it's very very simple. Take one of your favorite contributors. Not personality that's on regulated just. Contributor, someone who kinda comes on talks about stories here, and there notice and know the story that that person is talking about like for some people, especially with black conservatives they only get on air if they're talking about illegal immigration. They won't bring them on air to talk about a nother black story because that black person might be like, well, look, you need to look at this from the black communities point of view, you not making it on China. Look at it from the black communities point of view. Unless of course, you're talking about immigration that you can pick black people against Hispanics. You get what I'm saying? Yes. But if you have an actual story about something that actually is happening in your community. But it is an opinion outside of what FOX wants to hear. You're not coming on here. And if you think that that is any different than MSNBC or CNN, you have lost your fucking mind. So do not think that the extent of what you have to deal with as far as FOX goes is just represented and then be Maddock as a kid rock for calling joy Behar bitch. None annot they hand pick every single opinion that you hear on that bucking network. You are getting what they want you to hear and nothing else. So I suggest you stop this basing everything that, you know, on what you get off a Fox News.

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"I don't know if you saw. Friday morning. Fox news. Pretty much dumpster fire in a span of thirty minutes. Kid rock called joy Behar. Bitch and Janice dean dropped f-bomb. Scaling the building for the money. Started off fine. Kid rock talked about treating wanted to we also treat everyone with respect with sid except for that bit story. Bay on do see immediately apologize repeatedly apologized and so the kid rock, except he said, he apologize for cursing enough, but sentiment Steve Doocy. But you didn't mean that did he said, yes, yes. I did. At least give him credit for sticking to his gun. But when I saw that literally stuff laughing because there was a lot that happen like early in the morning knew this was not gonna go well in by Monday. He had been dropped from Nash Nashville parade and is replaced by the black guy who. Stop this shooting at the waffle house down there. Nash on the Nashville he'll be leading depraved instead. People have been wanting him to get his kudos. And I guess that. He finally got it. Another issue regarding is FOX, ping. Uber. PC was. Should they have let kid rock go? I mean, let let the comment I go. Did it warrant apology? Yeah. I saw clips I didn't watch it personally..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"They and when they talk about the him passing. The detects way said Reema lips no new taxes, and then he goes, and he actually passes the tax because of the deficits and the Democrats were railing him about the deficit. I mean, we learned quickly after that the Democrats really don't give a fuck about the deficits. We we really learned that they don't really give a fuck about the debt. The only time they care about the debt and deficit as when they can strangle a Republican with it. And that's what they did. They strangled George H W Bush with his own. Ideology that they don't actually believe in. And I don't think he actually believed in it either. He believed in compromising with those that you disagree with. So you can look like a really good person. Buck that like all of that every single enter that and Republicans have been operating like that sense Bush, and that means like the entirety of my life Spain that is how the Republican party has been operating where you will compromise your ideology for the sake of having some kind of bipartisan moment with democrat only to find out that Democrats really didn't give a fuck about what you compromised in the first place. You know what I'm saying? So we have experienced so much as a country because of these weak kneed as Republicans and how they handled their time in office. No, you're not gonna you're not gonna write revisionist history. You're not gonna turn them into some stalwarts that we should remember. And learn from and base ourselves off of no you allow yourself to be a punching bag for the media. So every single repub-. After you leave punching bag for fun of media, you fax and made up people like Tibo. But yeah, like, no like, this is what we so I wanna be respectful of it. I want to give that title that office that all of that the respected deserves and I wanna give the family the morning that it deserves. But I will not let you write revisionist history. I will not let you take a legacy of fell feller put it on us as a generation to say that that is something we need to model. Emulate. Fuck you know, way, not happening. So maybe I'll let this slip for the rest of this week. Just and saying that to let everybody morning let the country do what is necessary to to grieve in bury a president. But if you think we're going to take that defeatist losing as attitude with us as a tactic of fighting, Democrats, you have lost your damn mind record daring spoken about. But you not only issue with like the venue for doing it AP like the announcement of his frigging death was about was about some policy failure. And it's like, you know, you all don't usually go this route. Anyway, as far as opinions, are you do say that the man was did. But yes, but like, okay, you can go, and you can go and revisit that part of later. We have plenty of time to discuss all of the wonderful and not so wonderful parts of not only Bush senior. But the Bush dynasty. I'm talking about the ideology of watering down conservatism, it inputting capacity kaput compassion in front of it. Like, it is somehow supposed to validate it, and it doesn't validate your weak kneed stance. And when it comes to republicanism, your lack luster lukewarm adhesion to it for the sake of. Zain ship that is what allow Bill Clinton to become President Bill Clinton becoming president is what allowed to Creighton the Clinton crime Bill to go through the Clinton Clark crime Bill gone through is what started this affect of mass incarceration. Taking so many black fathers out of their freaking homes. So your compassion has a fucking price when it fails, it has actual consequences with bucking fails. And so no, I don't get to look back in history at you with fun. And that understand the context of what your failure cost is country this nation in my community. No, no, not going to happen. Forget you and everything you hold. They're not going to happen. But we do need to go onto the next door. All right..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"But they just don't put those goals out in front of what they're doing. So like, wouldn't it win the white? Man came to Africa. He didn't say, hey, we're going to still all your golden your diamonds, his, hey, we're gonna build you a school. And while you're looking at your school. We're going to go and still all your and your diamonds. That's how it's fucking done. And it's being done exact same way. Hey, look over here be distracted by your your human rights, while we run for city council and take your shit. You know what I'm saying? Oh, definitely raise for this. Now. Wait a minute. Now. People elected in office. It's not a citizen, but we go take a break and come back into second on that one quarter with sunny, I love my son. I agree with ninety percent of all of his music. And then is that ten percent. That is always open for debate. If I say that to you as a conservative. Hey, you go and research, mice on first thing, you're going to find out how much she hates Trump the very next thing. Because Republicans will say why don't you focus on black on black clad? What do you think is in the other ninety percent of the music sonny's corner Saturday at one PM eastern on Sirius XM patriots one twenty five? Now, let's get back to the swagger. Did she say that here again is Sonny Johnson? Welcome back to this. She say that the Breitbart podcast on sunny that's bunny. You for President Bush senior passed over the weekend. And now that the elephant in the room there'd be dealt with. And that's how the funeral is gonna go. Are we going to have a respectable afternoon? Or is it going to be a golden opportunity Bassa president again during the this week? I think our yesterday joy Behar started going to rant comparing bushing to Trump and Meghan McCain. She wasn't having it and similarly the Bush family feels the same. They've simply say they didn't want to have. This funeral be turned into comedy central roasts, President Trump, and I think we're all responsible for turning temperature down. And I think this was big of them to do. So at least hopefully, that's how this will play out. Yeah. I don't know. I saw that. I guess issues. You know what I'm saying? I'm not a big fan of Meghan McCain. I'm not like seriously nowhere near it. But you know, video our joy Behar. That was my sister joys men getting it all week. That was that was my SIS own video. I was like getting Meghan McCain like who get it like. Ooh, yes. That is how you handle a progressive that wants to be nonsensical. When his actual conversation that you can have and you don't back down. So actual conversation like gerrymandering state. She went to. Yeah. How can you Jerry? Yeah. Federal, but she. And then when joy Behar talked to take the conversation back and Meghan McCain was like, oh, look hell, no. I don't wanna hear about you. And your one solution ads like. Yes. Yes. Yes. And I was like cheering for her. And then I realized I was cheering for Meghan McCain, so I instantly stopped. But. Yeah. You know what I'm saying? When you see big girl shit, you gotta apply bigger, all shades. And so I will give Meghan that one. That was that was like really really big Earl shit. Was I. Understand the passing of a United States president. I understand that as such an exclusive club. I understand the position the power the relevance all of it. I get it all and I get why as American citizens and America as a country. You celebrate the of a president. Okay. Understand that people out there get it. I get it. I get it. I also get the idea of not talking ill of people after they've passed on a stand the idea of letting a family grieve without adding extra sauce on top of the pain that they're already experienced AP apologize. I. They had to change one of the headlines because of of how they wrote it, and I get it. I get it. I get it. I get it. But what I do not get and what I will not accept revisionist history. That that see that? I know this is the beginning of like the push for globalization from our from our country. This is the birth of what they called, I guess they termed it, and the the second Bush's turn compassionate conservative that that's where all of this comes from an stems phone..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Go to the next door full. You say. Louis there. Proud of myself virtue signaling for a minute while we're talking about taxes Francis. And chaos right now the area town downtown in Paris, the sons say let's Iraq than like some luxury shopping district. But after happens when people get fed up gases about seven dollars a gallon there, and it's the pay for gas tax. Here's the thing as with most crisis. It's self inflicted by the government when Europe switch to diesel in the nineties. They realized it's really ironic realized that he'll two missions were down. But they just didn't do research on another one nitric oxide twenty years later. Emissions are worse than they were to begin with. So now, they're taxing everyone to death to fix the problem that they have created and the other piece of news that macaroni and the only person that I know he's actually worked kind of heavily too. What is the word privatize parts of industry there? But the purpose of privatizing is to lower taxes, you don't raise taxes and privatise privatize it kind of defeats the purpose. So I really don't know what the guy is doing over there. Do you have an explanation for what's happening in Paris? He's making centrism cold. Like literally, that's literally all fuck. They got oh he's making globalism. Look good. Seriously. Are you fucking kidding me? Look while I understand that all of this is being laid at the feet of climate change. This is not about climate change. If you have been watching the videos coming out of Paris and coming out of France for like the last two years as this magical city that is supposed to be like our tourist attraction of the world as now turning into. Let's see San Francisco with homeless people build intense out on the street. They have a lot to complain about. And it's not just the price of gasoline. It's about how much immigration really laughing the scale how much immigration they have led into their country and how fast it is changing the face of their country. And they have no say in the matter. You can tell me all day long all day long about the colonization that white people have flipped it upon no rest of the fucking world. And now for some reason you can't understand what else same. Why people are like. Yeah, we're not gonna let you come in colonize our shit. Like, you can't understand. Yeah. We did it to you and your dumbest didn't stop us. But our as is not that dumb. We're going to stop you. That is basically what's happening at this point. And I don't give a fuck whether you want to really sitting around study the other day and thinking about some of this migration, that's happened. And I said could this really be like some type of you know, in his color, mosaic columns on rag what it is. I should I call it and have centers really I've already said this look at looking earn America. But with the except with the exception of there being imperialism, you know, now, this is just being done. No dab dab imperialistic goals..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Imagine nation. If you don't notice story, which we court about Cory Booker T ball. This is your opportunity to Google it and have a really really good laugh. But so mad. This. Yeah. So, yeah, it's it's all made up imagine. But go ahead and Google that and have a good time reading about Cory Booker, and and his comrade T-Bone. And like I said when we have these conversations we spend a lot of time bashing Camila Harris, we could spend a lot of time bashing Cory Booker, or or we can do what we've always done here on this. She say to focus on ideas, and not the people and the idea of universal basic income is not gonna help the poor is not gonna change. Anything poverty wise at his actually happening in our country. It is only meant to get more of the middle class addicted to welfare and make them consistent voting bloc for the Democratic Party. So have that conversation rather than who Camille a Harris, let with to get her position because I heard that that was a good store too. But I think we're going to save our country talking. I didn't go there. I think we're gonna save our country talking about why universal income is a bad idea as opposed to call in Camila, Harris, a bedouin or something like that. You know what I'm saying? I think it just be easier for us to stick on ideas instead of bashing the people you like that call that sit just like this naked heir to second bit of irony. I wrote a big long piece about this Russian. Shouldn't say, let's go digger pretty much this woman. I'm a bit of a San Francisco fashionable woman, and then after I finished I started digging as oh my God. That's the woman that. The guy that you were talking about it. Come camera Harris was with of letter for now, I says gold diggers. Messing with. No, okay. Now, man woman is I know I wanted to say Kiei like back. In fact, you're saying to to a segment or here, I'm gonna sing I used to be my favorite song, by the way, one of my favorite from that album. Why? I'm gonna get onto the you'll ask full white girl. Like, dan. But summer on my own is funny part about a funny part about chi- wrote that line, but then he couldn't figure out. Why black women were mad at him? When he married Kim. Like you literally broken. At black winner was like. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then you go American, and you can't figure out why black later were like a oh, can we talk for a second ever? Remember, the the same thing going in the in the video for what was news countries workout plan. But after the girl after she got her body together. She's in the now that she's got the one who got excited about finding new man's? So she can get a double wide. What don't worry about it? 'cause she could get it for free ninety ninety nine. I.

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"It is going to get the middle class addicted to welfare. So if conservatives come in and say, we want to do a growth economy, they're going to be they wants to have a middle class. That is like no we kinda like this stagnant economy. Well, we know exactly what we're getting and nothing ever changes. Until of course, you run out of other people's money. But that is the point the point is to extend the voter base from the very poor that you have locked in his generational poverty into the middle class, and that will give you they're trying to get up to forty fifty sixty percent of the American population on welfare on government welfare. And this is becoming popular at least now. But then, but that's why. But that's why. We have to explain to the poor people that this is not going to benefit you. This is not going to change your life. This is not going to get you out of generational poverty. This is this is not there to help you because that is how they sell it. They sell it like it is somehow going to. Increase the lies of the people at the bottom wrongs et is not about the people at the bottom wrongs. They don't give a fuck about you. This is about the middle class and getting the middle class addicted to welfare, and you know, who else that I heard that this was supposed to benefit. There was an author who said that this was actually a con created by conjure up created by that name William by Silicon Valley because we really started talking about this after someone who had some shot run for president in twenty twenty out of Silicon Valley. Started pushing universal basic income. The guy did a speech before Uber. And he was saying that hey, you guys are killing all of these taxi jobs, and he was just like mave and so raising their hand audience. It will, hey, what about what do you think of universal basic income? And he said it was in that moment that he realized that. It wasn't so much. They cared about helping other people. I mean, Uber came about by innovation, but you know, we want our we want to continue doing. Well, there's a recession people going to start taking Uber. If we have universal basic income whereby everyone has some type of guaranteed income, then they'll be able to still continue using our services. No apple cetera day. That was his game. They will not the this is the basic fallacy of these people as thinking that you can give government money and that money is going to inspire growth. You can't. Because everything you giving government money is basically a fucking loan that we have to pay interest on later that is going to negate any kind of growth, you might have gotten from that initial investment like stop with this bullshit. But like I said the easiest way to beat this idea of universal basic income is to make sore the poor the very very poor understand that this has nothing to do with them. That is not going to benefit them because they need both that portion of the middle class that they get hooked on welfare, and they need to poor people to get this voting pool that they need at they go after just a middle class, and they lose the poor vote. Then they're not gonna get this socialist crap across the finish line. So stop worrying about talking about the middle class and actually focus on the poorest of the poor and explaining to them that this will not help them. This is not going to bring them up to the middle class level. It's only gonna bring middle-class people down to their level. And we need to start really really talking to the poorest in this country and letting them know that the way that we get them out of generational poverty as not by these universal socialistic programs, but it is about actual world. It is an actual capitalism and those conversations. That we need to be having, and I would much rather have the conversation that you, and I just had instead of talking about Camilla, Harris and T-Bone. I'm sorry say. Not even come from mezzo laps. I had there my bad. I think oh, yeah. It's imagine..

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"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Crazy. Bad. So what we got going on in the news today. The first topic is to my favorite socialist. Camera Harrison, Cory Booker. They both said that they're going to be determining if they're gonna over the holiday if you're gonna run for president or not now, I'm sure if the listeners are aware, not he to both opposite sides of the same socialists coin the both announced plans for universal basic income, which is essentially a paycheck for doing nothing cameras essentially a year in okay, hold up. That's do with the universal the universal, basic income, basic income. I have to bear repeating this. The people who are on welfare. Okay. You have to understand what this means for you. Because this is in for you. And you need to understand it, the very poorest people the people at the bottom wrongs, this is not for you. Because you are not going to get this basic income. In addition to the welfare that you already get. So your food stamps, your housing vouchers, your welfare check that will become a part of your basic, universal income. You are no longer going to get those things. In addition to this check from this check you'll have to pay your rent? You will have to pay your bills you will have to buy your own food. It is not additional income. It is just a different way of distributing your welfare benefits. And it is very very important that you understand this. Because when they say universal that they mean, everybody, even the rich people to some extent about getting this return of. Revenue back to them. So it is not to lift you up. You are not going to get out of poverty with this mechanism. You are not going to climb the wrongs with this mechanism. This is yet still another way for the for them to keep you in generational, poverty that will not change for you. A little bit of objection here. This was actually pushed under a different name. I think it was a negative income tax return under the conservative comments Milton Friedman, and it was actually tried sometime. I think the late sixties early seventies. And it was six states and four trials over like sixty something like that. And when it was done, then it. Excuse me at that point. It was done. In addition to whatever people were getting before. And end result was that people had no incentive to get up and go to work like people lost their jobs to even longer. To find work. But but they are different. There are different mechanisms by which they do the income the income they're different than they do for saying that this was going to be. But there's the deficit we universal. But that's the difference between universal and negative. Like there are there are actual definitions for this like I did this on. I did this for a show or sonny's corner. Though. This is a good point. If you want to go into because this has been conflicted a lot because people have used his definition of or his proposal of the negative income tax and said that that is the conservative case for universal basic income. Yeah. And is okay. So just because co -servative put it out there doesn't make it any less progressive. Our question if that person was wasn't conservative that actually thinks that any of these. Policies should be going into place, but their actual different titles and definitions for each one of these variants. So like some of them are like I was reading about this program that they have in Brazil, and it was like the parents did not want to send their kids to school because of the conditions within the school system. So they they passed a income basics that only apply to the kids to the parents that sent their kids to school to public school. So it was a way to check the parents to actually send their kids to these indoctrination centers. So there are different definitions. There are different definitions for the redistribution of income. So whether nobody is pushing negative incomes. They are all pushing universe. Missile and the reason for that is as that wants to get as much of the middle class dependent on some form of government welfare. Dan is literally literally the the the way that it's been explained by camera Arison Cory Booker that they're trying to. It's the way of helping helping the middle class. No. It's not gonna help the middle class..

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"a. poor" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"a. poor" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Now if christians truly believe that poor people exclusively are poor because they're lacey they have a funny way of showing it because of the amount of money that is given to poor people abc news had this article out just a little while back who is doing the giving let's look at charitable giving as the data because you wouldn't give to something you don't believe in three quarters of american families donate to charity giving eighteen hundred dollars each on average of course if threequarters give that means one quarter don't so we assume that the rich give more than the middle class the middle class more than the poor of her liberals care more than less fortunate so we assume they give more than the conservatives do are these assumptions truth or myth to test what types of people give more twenty twenty went on to two very different parts of the country with contracting populations sioux falls south dakota in san francisco california the salvation army set up buckets at the busiest locations and he'd city macy's in san francisco walmart and sue false which buckets collected more money sioux falls is rule and religious half of the population goes to church every week people in san francisco make much more money are predominantly liberal and just fourteen percent of the people and emphasis co two inch every week liberals are said to care more about helping the poor so did the people in san francisco who are wealthier and liberal give more turns out the idea that liberals give moore's a myth of the top twenty five states where people give an above average percent of their income twenty four of them were red states in the last presidential election arthur brooks the author of who really cares says that when you look at the data it turns out the conservatives give thirty percent more and incidentally conservative headed families make slightly less on average and he says the difference in giving goes beyond money pouring out that conservatives are eighteen percent more likely to donate blood he says this difference is not about politics it's about a different way of viewing the world and our view of government so here's the deal if if christians white christians in particular believe that the poor are slackers overwhelmingly.

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