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"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"And how hard is it going to be to make that leap. To be like yeah. I'm going to quit my day job. I know that's for a lot of people. Not just in farming people with side hustles. That's the big step that everyone scared of. Yeah yeah everyone's scared of but Eventually that's that's the goal. I mean it would take you know a good income and hopefully and i'm kind of obsessed with trying to figure out how to to make small farms work essentially. Yeah there's a really good guy on youtube. Richard perkins out of sweden. He's he's british but he lives in. Sweden owns a small farm about twenty five acres. Same thing and he's killing it he's making he's paying two people him and his wife get Have that you know have an income from the farm. And he's raising a family doing it. And i'm like okay. If that guy can do we can do it too. We the resources we have the rain. A lotta anytime. i feel like complaining. I'm like you got to think of the people in the middle east. Don't have rain in their berkeley. So yeah so. We're going to try to make it work doesn't make it try to figure it out and what about family and all that you have family involved in the farm. Yeah everybody's involved you know from the sisters to the lady to parents everybody's involved. Everyone's you know it's a. It's a family family ordeal. It's fun you know and you know if you're a foodie which we are and we love it. It's like yeah you you get down to the root how auto call themselves foodies. And i'm like okay. Are you really. Do you really know your food's coming from getting really good meat. Are you getting really good as the for your baking. Are you getting really good ingredients for you know really good butter from you know directly from a farmer from a co op. You know. yeah what about the future of this farm like do you imagine maybe this continuing on the next generation things like that. I would sure hope so. I hope that my My kids would wanna do this and you know. Have that sort of relationship that i have with my dad. I mean my dad is basically my best friend. So it's like man. Like i. I i just love doing it. I love hanging out with them talking about things with them bouncing ideas off with them. And you know. I see the joy that it brings him..
"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"That's going to be different than if you go to the farm and get it directly from the farmer so yeah the taste is totally different and young immigrants backgrounds like your family and from parts of the world where that's common they have that stuff in there like no. Yeah this we need the real deal. We want the real deal. We want something super fresh. Yeah yeah and then age also plays a factor into it like if you you know the older. The older you know. Mutton doesn't taste as good as as lamp. So yeah so anything. Over a year is considered a sheep and cutting younger is considered lamb. So what age do you usually harvest anywhere from. So they start to be. You know a decent size at six months but We like to push it out a little bit for anywhere from seven to nine. Months is a good harvest now range and you said you have. How many like two hundred head or something. We probably have well. We have probably eighty nine eighty ninety breeding us and then the the the ram lambs out there we Harvest all the boys and keep all the girls yeah to grow the flock. Yeah so how big are you gonna get. I don't know we'll see keep going. Keep going we need. We need more to sell to folks. So there's there's the supply problem and the cool thing is that We've started to reach out to the neighbors and whatnot. I got a friend jacob. Who's fairly close here. He's the cattle guy and He does all the cadillac. Do all the sheep and You know he has land in his own custom. Hey business so it's a good connection. And he's he's a young dude in his twenties and that's kind of the push to to make sure that we you know bridge and You know strengthen communities and try to help people out you know. Help him out. And do things that are mutually beneficial so he has some land that he leases and that he hayes and you know his folks land other neighbors and they allow us to allow us to graze. We grazed the the folks across the street. We raise their land last year. We raised a neighbor down the street. So we'll see we'll get as big as as it allows us as the land allows us on it. Sounds like for the time being. You can keep on growing if if people want to buy up your product to the point where you're having to turn people away and that's what we have to do right now. Luckily you know eighteen acres is a pretty decent size for for what we're doing. We do rotationally grazing so like every two days where we're moving the sheep. Whenever whenever taking it down there never in one spot too long you know movement is kind of the key to life and just keep on going so we were moving fence. This morning we got him into a little forest area with some cover because we're expecting a little rain so yeah it's good so rotational grazing that's becoming more and more recognized as a really beneficial way to do things. It's really the old fashioned way of doing it exactly but seems like the science wasn't really understood for a while right but now it's really coming to talk about like yes soil health and and kinda the other side of raising that meet on the ground. Yeah i mean. I i know that my ancestors were bedouins and moved around and probably took camels and sheep and goats and didn't stay in one place too long and you know that's kind of the way you know the bison bison herd here in america You know how they would come in..
"ahmad" Discussed on Real Food Real People
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"ahmad" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Ahmad, He's Ahmad your mind like a rocker. You're a mud. Tell me what it is. I just told you, Tommy, don't do the mirror boy. Yes. So this headline from the mirror here says this has been a tic tac trend for the last couple of months. And I love how these news sources. They just pick up on it. They're like, Oh. Oh, now it's a story because we've picked it up now the tabloids, baby baby, you were lazy and you knew it And you didn't report it. You could have brought it in two weeks ago. I screwed it reported you'd say, Hey, Eric von Hesse. There's a fact going on on tiktok. Maybe you want to know about is a lot of facts are going on Tiktok. I think it's interesting how news sources pick them out of those. Oh, this This is the one that's going to go viral, or this is the one that works. Actually right about alright, But apparently people on Tiktok are stuffing garlic up their nose to clear your Sinuses. And the beer is here to tell you Don't do that. All right now, So I think that garlic and nasal experts have come out to say this is not a good idea. Yes, right. In fact, the original tiktoker that went viral. Her name was Rosalynn. Kathryn, and she went viral couple months ago. And she unfortunately, the video is she put a basically bumper bed music underneath it, and you see her? Clearing out like all the snot out of her Sinuses, and it's discussing some sort of erotica. I guess I guess that's what Tim told me. I don't garlic, nasal, nasal garlic fetish. Folks. Just take your garlic. You don't have to put it in your nostrils. But first of all, are you interested or not? This.
"ahmad" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"And i think there is an assumption that it would have inherently been worse for us. But there's a lot of research to suggest that in some ways Easier australia does have a very racist context that you were talking about backdrop in my book. That is very hard for a lot of citizens to come to terms with and try to grapple with that. But i don attack my radar. Try to grapple with. Its retelling what i'd like to think of tender and beautiful stories through the lens my experience through the lens of my experience as a father towards my son. You do touch on australia's racism and that's through bonnie adams marriage to all it and i think we'll let the re debt fund ad that relationship but olive has a particular background and an uncle who is quite s- racist to the point of being white supremacist. But there's something else. I want to touch on that narrative point of view. You take you tell this story as if you're speaking to your near gone son and it's almost like you're beginning a new tradition of passing down the family story as even being created for this time. Thank you for that question. That's a terrific question. I'll quickly talk about all these and the uncle character. And then i'll get onto the point on communicating to my son. Look i really go to great lengths as a creative writer never to create one dimensional characters. I think that in australia. A lot of my readers in the past have struggled with my work because they saw hoping that i have simple answers are black and white a good and bad answers if i'm portraying the muslim community either it's positive or a negative one if on portraying the white community either the good guys or the bad guys the progressives all that all that the The white supremacists in reality. I just think that's how the world works and so identical trademark characters in either kind of by kadhamy try to offer complex representations of all the communities. I speak about because. I think the human experience is inherently complex and that human beings are capable of horrible things and beautiful things hilarious things and tragic things side by side and simultaneously all at once the second point communicating the book to my son so the book is written as a letter to my son and his name kalou..
"ahmad" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Caught in a marriage doesn't like so there's a couple of things. I should point out of thirty. I very much appreciate you. Framing this based around these characters as opposed to my own personal life on my writing is autobiographical fiction and so it does draw from my personal experiences. But i do think it's important to engage in my work as a work of art and as a work of fiction that takes a lot of creative liberties in the case of the. Benny infra team is match made arrangement. It's terribly mismatched. It's actually unfortunate that this happens quite a lot in some cases. It's a very those kinds of historical matchmaking. Which is around the world. The more dominant way in which people get together. I mean the idea of a kind of romantic hollywood. Love story is very new and statistically the history of it hasn't demonstrated any any better in some ways. But but i think for me. The problem growing up wasn't so much about you know being incompatible with a particular bill from my tribe they will actually send me wonderful members of my tribe that i love and adore and loved and adored it was that i genuinely felt like an outsider mainly because of my education are being the first in my extended family among my hundreds of arab muslim brothers and sisters and cousins and aunts and uncles being the first to be university educated. But i think i try to give a very nuanced. Take on this. Because benny doesn't like outside zone community. I think when you read the book you find that when he tries to get out and he also feels like an outsider in the middle class lift wing communities and in many ways the book is about. You know young people of color in australia who are educated trying to find their place in this country. Another question arises about the role of ustralia in some ways in the first half of the book. It's almost zeev. Ustralia is a benign backdrop way migrant families have to face these challenges of facing up to the mu in many ways of intercultural exchanges of questioning the face. Do you see that as the role for australia. Initially because another other things. You saw that australia but could this attack in place back in lebanon so i think one of the huge misconception 's whenever i'm having dialogues about minorities in australia versus the countries that our parents and grandparents originally came from. Is that the places that they came from a really rigid and conservative and it's our responsibility in in countries like australia to catch up. But but actually what happens is because our families have migrated and hung up on did migrate. Displacement they tend to stay quite conservative and hang onto old values whereas if you go to lebanon you find that in many ways. Lebanese citizens in in the middle east are far more progressive on some attitude. Because they've they've actually been able to move forward whereas in migrant families in australia for example they contend you at times through stuck and the hang onto values that have actually transformed and so i remember in two thousand sixteen. Peter dodson immigration minister at the time actually said that second generation lebanese australian muslims. That's people like me and my son is a third generation. Are the mistakes of the fraser. Government allowing families are into the into the country and so one of the things. I've been thinking a lot. Bat and writing about recently as a new project is what it actually would have been like Do what donald mistake. What would have been like to groping lebanon instead of australia..
Receivers to Target in the Late Rounds of your Dynasty Rookie Draft - burst 07
"Fitzpatrick. Let's see if we agree on this next player. I'm a. I'm a little higher on this guy too. So it's a mad rod- saint brown from the lions usc. Yeah he's a player. I like them a committee. He's very similar in a situation fitzpatrick you know he's gonna come in And i mean there's really not much competition for them. You know pyramid tirol williams. Yeah and i liked terra. Williams pyramids pray. He's okay you know. Those guys might actually be more talented than a Brown but they're also. Canada beat up players through their careers. And i don't really expect neither one of them to hold up you know. And it wouldn't be shocked if They're also very different. Style player that ahmad brad. I think my bracket can be a good underneath slide guy and whereas i i don't typically like sly guys you know where we were talking about driving with the second round when you're talking about getting guy the third round of a rookie draft you know that's cool because these guys are good. Probably get on the field and You know i like him. I just don't know what his long term value is. Because i would assume that the detroit lions are going to upgrade their their wide receiver positions at some point. One of the things that saint has gone for him as he has. More of a complete body work in college. Played six games. Forty one receptions for four hundred seventy eight yards seven touchdowns pretty good for six games. Last season seventy seven receptions thousand forty two yards six touchdowns season before that as a freshman sixty receptions seven hundred fifty yards and three touchdowns. So i was pretty impressed with his stats. So for that reason. I like him. But as cow saying am i gonna adjust him over bateman more those allies more either. The moore's no. I'm not gonna drop them over that but if he falls i will take a look at him because i think the saints brown is stepping into a situation that scrape for him and this is what i. This is what. I come back to saint bad and i. I know that these two receivers aren't necessarily the most similar by keep coming back to kenny. Golladay when he first went till lines. We'll see third fourth round pick. Also he came down where there was a genuine Where there was opportunity for him to be the number one receiver in the And he took advantage of that. That opportunity and same opportunity has been presented to saint brown. I don't think this same brown is as talented as golladay. But i think that that is close to the ceiling. Distinct brown house. That would which is why. I'm high him and in that aspect but low but there's also an equally as likely chance that saint brown is just never going to be able to send to wide receiver one
Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges
"In Colorado on Wednesday, filing more than 40 felony charges against the man charged with killing 10 people at a Boulder supermarket last month, including for allegedly using a large capacity magazine banned by state lawmakers. In response, their recent mass shootings. The court document outlining the new charges, lists 19 new victims, including 11 law enforcement officers that Ahmad Elissa is accused of trying to kill during the attack. Now some victims have more than one count of attempted first degree murder associated with them. Listens. Defenses asked for time to evaluate what one of his lawyers called his mental illness, but is not offered at details about the condition.
9-Year-Old Boy Dies In Mother’s Arms During Orange Office Shooting, SE Of Los Angeles
"In Wednesday's shooting at an office complex in Orange, California, is believed to have died in his mother's arms as she tried to save him. According to the county district attorney. The mother also shot is in critical condition. So the suspect shot by police. Orange police Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says the suspect in the office park shooting locked the gates to the office park courtyard. Officers had to force their way in breaking the locks. Ahmad says they recovered several items at the scene, including a semiautomatic handgun. And a backpack containing pepper spray, handcuffs and ammunition, which we believe belongs to the suspect. She says. The suspect a man adopt Gonzalez knew his victims through either a business or personal relationship, and that this was not a random act of violence. Jessica Rosenthal Fox
Gunman in Southern California Mass Shooting Knew His Victims
"The man suspected of a mass shooting in the city of Orange knew the people he shot and killed. He's identified as a minute job. Gonzalez. The victims were associated with a company called Unified Homes to Women. A man and a nine year old boy were killed. Woman who was holding the nine year old as he died was injured. Investigators have established that the suspect arrived at the location at a rental car, which has been located in the parking lot of Tuo Tuo West Chapman. I'm sorry, West Lincoln The suspect is believed to have been living out of a motel room in Anaheim. Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says Gonzalez was injured and is in critical but stable condition. Jessica
"ahmad" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Ahmad says Gonzalez was injured and is in critical but stable condition. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News, the U. S. It's a daily record for the number of people vaccinated. The director of White House Covert 19 data tweeting nearly 3.4 million people rolled up their sleeves for shots over all the U. S is near. In 100 million vaccinations. But health officials warn the pandemic is far from over The jury and the George Floyd murder trial heard testimony from someone who knew him well. His girlfriend, Courtney Ross, testifying that she thinks Floyd's friend Maurice Hall, seen on video with Floyd. The day he died, had a history of providing drugs to Floyd, perhaps feeling Floyd's opioid addiction. Reese whole Attorney tells Fox News. They have no response to that allegation. Hall is a critical eye witness, but plans to plead the fifth and not testify. Fox has met thin. Prosecutors acknowledged Floyd was on drugs when he died, but argue that did not cause his death. Defense. Attorneys for ex cop Derrick Show even argue he did what he was trained to do. And the S and P 500 closes above 4000 for the first time America's listening to Fox News Hey, it's Fred Larson, inviting you to download and listen to the new daily Fox on tech podcasts. There's part of a colorful late nineties. I'm AC on Mars. It's an idea that seems a lot like Kickstarter called Building. This isn't the first time we've heard about North Korea..
Suspect in mass shooting at Orange business complex knew victims
"Victims and lock The gates. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News Police in Southern California say the man suspected of a mass shooting in the city of Orange knew the people he shot and killed. He's identified as a minute job. Gonzalez. The victims were associated with a company called Unified Homes to Women. A man and a nine year old boy were killed. A woman who was holding the nine year old as he died was injured. Investigators have established that the suspect arrived at the location at a rental car. Which has been located in the parking lot of Tuo Tuo west drama. I'm sorry, West Lincoln. The suspect is believed to have been living out of a motel room in Anaheim Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says Gonzalez was injured and is in critical but stable condition. Jessica
Gunman knew four victims in California shooting, police say
"Gunman is in custody after an office shooting that left four people dead Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad the preliminary motive. Is believed to be related to a business and personal relationship. Which existed between the suspect and all of the victims. Much says this is suspect appeared to have changed the gates closed, keep his victims from escaping and keep police from getting in. The accused gunman is in critical condition from a gunshot wound. What's not clear is whether police shot him or whether he shot himself. On Wall Street Down
At least 4 dead in Southern California business complex shooting
"The suspect knew his victims. Fox is Jessica Rosenthal reports two women, a man and a nine year old boy were all killed in an office park complex in Orange, California. Orange Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says the 44 year old suspect many adopt Gonzalez locked the gates to the office park courtyard. Officers had to force their way in but engaged the suspect from outside the gates. Mott said. This was not a random act of violence. We can confirm that there was a business and personal relationship between the suspect and the victims. The victims were associated with a company called Unified Homes. The suspect and a woman holding the nine year old boy were both injured and taken to a hospital. The lieutenant said The suspect was in critical condition. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News Detroit's cue line streetcars running again, but you can't get
Gunman knew victims in mass shooting southeast of Los Angeles
"Now say the man accused of killing four people, including a child at an office. Park knew his victims. Fox is Jessica Rosenthal has this live Lisa Orange Police Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad identified the suspect and the shooting as 44 year old men adopt Gonzalez. When officers arrived, they exchanged gunfire with the suspect who was injured. We found two women, a man and a nine year old boy, deceased. Ah, woman who was with the boy had been injured she and the suspect or taken to a hospital that preliminary motive is believed to be related to a business and personal relationship. Which existed between the suspect and all of the victims. It appears all of the adults were connected either by business or a personal relationship, and this was not a random act of violence. Police say they found a handgun at the scene, along with a backpack containing pepper spray, handcuffs and ammunition. Lisa thanks
Four Killed, Including Child, in los Angeles Business Complex Shooting
"Governor calls the mass shooting in this state horrifying and heartbreaking. A child and three adults were found gunned down in Orange County. A woman was also wounded. California Governor Gavin Newsom calls the killings horrifying and heartbreaking among the dead. A child police Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says it took place in an office building and shots were being fired as officers arrived at the scene. It's my understanding that it's an upstairs and a downstairs with the courtyard area, it is a Situation that was moving from different areas. Lieutenant amount says a gun was found at the scene.
Orange, California Shooter Transported to Hospital in Critical Condition
"Complex in the Southern California city of Orange has left four people dead, including a child, Lieutenant Jennifer on. Mott says two others are injured, including the alleged shooter upon him entering the business and in the area they have discovered for. Victims that are deceased on the location. One of those victims does include a child. We have one additional victim who has been transported to the hospital. That is a female victim, and she is currently in critical condition. Our suspect was also transported to the hospital, where he is in critical condition. Ahmad says Authorities are still gathering information on the identities of the victims at one of any relationship they had with shooter. Oranges situated about 30 miles southeast of Los Angeles.
Colorado shooting suspect to be held without bail
"In the deadly shooting at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, made his first court appearance today. 21 Year old Ahmad ELISA is accused of shooting and killing 10 people, including a police officer. He did not enter a plea in court today. The judge did, however, order him held without bail.
Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting
"The man charged in this week's deadly shooting at a Colorado grocery store has made his first court appearance boxes. Tanya J. Powers has the details. Whole thing was over in about five minutes, with Judge Thomas Mulvihill ordering Ahmad Alisa held in jail without bond. ELISA was in the courtroom and spoke only once answering. Yes. When the judge asked him if he understood his rights. He did not enter a plea. He's charged with 10 counts of murder following Monday's shooting at the King's supers in Boulder, his lawyer said they need to assess His mental health prosecutor said the crime scene is still being processed, and they expect to file additional charges in the next couple of weeks. If convicted of the charges he already faces he could get life in prison
Boulder shooting suspect to make first court appearance Thursday
"The suspected gunman in this week's deadly shooting at a grocery store in Colorado, is expected to make his first court appearance today in Boulder. Allison Sherry with Colorado Public Radio says the suspect is facing 10 counts of first degree murder. This will be the first time the public has seen Ahmad ELISA since he limped out of a boulder grocery store, half naked and bloody after he allegedly shot and killed 10 people in the parking lot and store. ELISA will be charged with 10 counts of first degree murder and will be advised of the charges he faces and his rights as a defendant. Authorities believe he was the sole shooter on Monday, and they're still investigating what happened, including a possible motive. Lisa is expected to be held without bond in the Boulder
Colorado shooting suspect to make 1st court appearance
"The man suspected of carrying out a shooting rampage at a Colorado supermarket has his first court appearance this morning twenty one year old Ahmad Allawi Alyssa has been jailed for investigation of murder since he was arrested inside the king soopers supermarket in boulder on Monday his first court appearance will be before district judge Thomas Francis Moore the hill in a closed courtroom he's accused of gunning down ten people including police officer Eric Talley three supermarket workers and six others let's just hear the pending charges he faces and will not be asked for a please until later in the process unless it was last seen by the public handcuffed and bloody wearing only a pair of shorts being let out of the supermarket by police he was treated at a hospital for a leg wound a rifle and handgun and a green tactical vests were recovered from inside the grocery store according to an arrest affidavit I'm Jennifer king
Suspect charged with 10 counts of murder in Colorado shooting
"Lease and former associates, a 21 year old Ahmad Elissa. The Hughes gunman in the Colorado shootings describe the suspect is sometimes prone to rage or delusions that a motive behind the shooting that killed 10 people, including a police officer, remains unknown. Facing 10 counts of first degree murder Elissa due to make a first court appearance tomorrow.
Boulder suspect identified, charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder
"Morning on the 21 year old suspect in Monday's massacre at a Colorado supermarket, which left 10 dead, including a store manager and a police officer. Investigators haven't established a motive, but arrest affidavit shows he bought the weapon just six days before the attack. The suspect has been identified as Ahmad Elissa 21 of Arvada. He has been charged with 10 counts of murder in the first degree, and will she be shortly transported the Boulder County jail? I know that there's an extensive investigation just getting underway into his background. He's lived most of his life in the United States, and beyond that we're still in the very early stages of the investigation. Those who lost their lives at the King Soopers arranged from 20 tow 65 years old. They included a magazine photographer, a Medicare agent with a passion for theater and others going about their day at a busy shopping plaza when Shots unexpectedly rang out. Wonderful
Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting
"Good evening. Thank you for joining us tonight. The horror and folding a supermarket in boulder colorado a gun and kill ten people including one police officer now the community remembering the victims and reflecting on his dark history with mass shootings. Here's abc's will car. I just started counting in between shots and listening to see what direction was heading for. Sarah moonshadow a normal trip to the grocery with a twenty one year. Old son active. Get away turned into a terrifying day. That will haunt her forever. Once we got outside i noticed. Thorough people laying in the street and they weren't moving and my son grabbed me and said no. We can't do anything out in the open so we ran just happened here. Guys is the moment. Americans fear shooter for too many experienced. We've got people down inside. Cooper's fully tenor dead after carnage unfolded at the king's super grocery store in boulder colorado denise song. Nevin stand his sick ricky old loner for kovac. Suzanne terry leaker eric. Tally kevin mahoney lynn. Murray and jodi waters night their loved ones were united in grief just one week after another mass shooting in atlanta leaving many to wonder what will take to stop the bloodshed this tragedy and a nightmare for boulder county. It's a horrific broken as a nation to see that we've returned to ever old patterns of of mass shooting for those who were at the scene. Absolute shock smell the gun powder so they were pretty close. We were like sitting ducks instead. Shaking with this the poor shots crack through the air around two thirty monday afternoon. The alleged gunman opened fire in the parking lot. Have an asset sitter. Then he went inside right here. D- chiller came to shop for groceries and steady in film. This people lying in three guys. He went in the store all got. You got people down inside. Keep super bully. Police responded within minutes quickly surrounding the building around officer. Eric tally was the first member of law enforcement on the see out here down. Police engaged in a shootout with the suspect officer. Tally was gunned down his service and his sacrifice will never be forgotten. Sir moonshadow tells my colleague matt gutman that she hasn't been able to stop thinking about the shooting. Is the one that you can't shake my son's face. Seeing my son scared like that. I told him we only have three seconds. Like we have to move now. Just don't look anywhere. Don't hesitate don't stand up and just run. Just read about an hour up to the shooting started. Police took the suspect into custody with a gunshot wound in the leg. He was transported to the hospital for treatment now in stable condition. The suspect has been identified as ahmad elissa. Twenty-one of vodka two suspects now charged with ten counts of first degree murder is being held without bail among the lives lost the first to respond boulder police. Officer eric tally officer. Eric tally died heroically. Eleven years on the force. A husband and father of seven is grief stricken mother. Judy speaking to our affiliate. Koa t even so gay played when she heard there was a shooting in boulder. She combed through the video looking for her son for the call finally came like gave his just saved those people another victim twenty five year old ricky old a manager at the grocery store whose family described her as a firecracker signing a family says they watch the livestream in horror desperately trying to reach her. We actually heard gunshots. Were breaking down into tears and hasn't even came on a news. Feed yep denise. Another king super employees remembered by a classmate he was a free spirit and and he just did what what he loved and didn't really care what other people thought sixty one year old kevin mahoney. Who just last summer walked his daughter down the aisle on twitter. She revealed he was about to become a grandfather tweeting. I know he would want me to be strong for his granddaughter. All lives believed to be taken at the hand of one man. The alleged shooter born in syria emigrated to the us at three years. Old is now a. Us citizen and twenty seventeen. He was charged with third degree assault for intimidation and menacing related to an incident in a denver suburb and at twenty eighteen. He was charged with criminal mischief.
Official: Colorado shooting suspect prone to rage, delusions
"As the victims of Tuesday's mass shooting are being remembered in boulder Colorado former classmates of the alleged gunman say he had a short fuse the family of twenty one year old Ahmad al Ali we Alyssa reportedly told authorities he had some type of mental illness with delusions and fears he was being followed some former classmates in our vita say Alyssa got thrown off the high school wrestling team after threatening to kill everyone after losing a match the arrest affidavit outlining Tuesday's massacre says Alyssa had purchased an assault weapon just six days before the attack at the grocery store in boulder why did this happen district attorney Michael Doherty we don't have the answer to that yet flowers candles and mementos are being left outside the supermarket and at the police station where slain officer Eric Talley was mourned the victims ranged in age from twenty to sixty five hi Jackie Quinn
"ahmad" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Not to show his many adverts insights and in return i think has some kind of virtual currency. I ignore that. I just like the privacy aspect. The truth is when. I'm not thinking i'll spin up safari. It's over very well having a privacy focus but when the chips down and you wanna false browser you just been up safari. it's just safari so good now and it has been good for a very very long time. Brave comes up. It takes longer to come up is supposed to be fast but it does take longer to come up to clearly on the m one then. Safari does and it's nice. You know it does the chrome stuff without being chrome me which i guess when you actually need. Chrome is a good way of looking at it. So for example i will use brave because there is a notion extension and the notion extension will allow me to clip parts for webpage or the entire web page to my notion database. Allow me to that content. Any pageau wish it's not available safari and that's the only reason i will spin up brave now if i'm being really honest with you when i first got it i had high hopes of privacy is really important to me but you know i don't know if i've just become a bit too lacy fair in my middle age but i just i i've come to terms with the fact that if you do anything that involves the internet is going to be public. You gotta assume it's going to be public if you really want something private. Bright it down in a notebook. And that's what i do now. So whereas before for example i know this is a bit of a psychic would entrust everything to my favorite type of all time day one. I don't do that. I now will write private stuff in nope. We really want to think something through. I'll do my morning pages using a fountain pen on japanese paper in a notebook. And and that's proven to be very useful for me. So the whole privacy thing. i know. It's all about privacy right. This brave thing. I don't think that many people care as much as perhaps we should. I should care. Because i i make i think is important but clearly done is one of the things like the environment one day. It's going to bite us and when we do. I hope it won't be too late. What thing i've done even when i'm using safari and for years now i've had duck duck go turned on as my default browser. And that's brave service. The dozen have all the tracking stuff. Turn and i find that is actually a nice kind of compromise because as far as the browser is were so much but Not turning over every search. I do to google. I kinda like that and duck goes fine and they even had a thing in there they call him bangs. But it's like the exclamation point like if you if you say exclamation point g. space and entire surge than it does an anonymous google. Search if if you really want to search through google using the duck duck. Go browser. But i found that to be kind of a a nice middle ground for me and i was even. What is your search engine of choice. When you're in a browser google okay. You know. I got a g mail account on my stuff's in there. It doesn't really bother me. And they probably still the best but it just bugs me. You know someone my In my other job as lawyer. I represent a lot of little companies and i always hate the big companies when they just dominate so much that the little guy doesn't have a chance and i kinda feel like google searches that way so there's a part of me that just feels kind of good sticking it to them on the search side deco for me. It's not so much privacy or security as the idea that a large organization holds could potentially hold me to rent them. You have as a company ten to fifteen years of my emails. What if you shut up service down. We'll take it away from me when i say shut bus service down. They're going to stop g mail. We're going to do that. But what if for some reason. They decided to ban my count for a misunderstanding. It could happen has happened. I've seen people lose their entire email history from g mail because that's that's one thing is just being beholden like some of the stuff that's beginning to happen in china which is worryingly dystopia. Not talking about the idea of social credits and you're losing social credit view. Certain things and that kind of creeping control of large organizations not necessarily that they're being deliberately creepy it inherently with moves in that direction. If you're not careful unless you establish controls and you're very countries about what you do it's why you get served for example. I one particularly egregious. Example for me was getting served with the send. Your data stay card very shortly after my father passed away and that was an ad that i saw on a pretty much pretty sure it was google and then there was an email. I got from somebody database. Because you can't expect these people to know but that's the kind of negligence that arises from too much data being in other people's hands and and that's that's the kind of privacy. I'm talking about not talking. Somebody snooping on my on my email from a government agency. you know. they can do that anyway. They need anything special to be.
"ahmad" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Never thought i'd give up visual studio or sublime text but they. They have both fallen by the wayside. And i'm now an absolutely committed user of writer in anything else. Jetbrains does for that matter as a quick side note. I have a play date development unit and in order to develop c. Code for it because it prefers lure. But you can't do see for it. Use a system called sea lion and that's the letter c line and that's also by jetbrains. So that was a nice discovery for me. Plus they also apparently made android studio so a lot of things that jetbrains do but rider is for me the best editor editing environment for unity c. sharp. The i've come across and nothing else comes even close. It does debugging refactoring suggestions The searching is incredible. It's just lightning fast. And and it's beautiful and incredibly robust. It has version control in in. Do pretty much everything that you ever want to do. In your entire life you could kuponi do within rider So that that's been wonderful so unity game engine Well building And to some extent visualize the of choice and jetbrains rider for handling the c. Shop side of things which is all of the code and then my code usually lives in get up in a private repository which shed between me and karen and the client the time now using enough paid for With great pleasure is called folk which is unfortunate. Name is always really good name. she looked. Forget folk you're gonna find the command folk in that so that's a bit of a pain but there you is dot dev worth visiting. They let you use for for as long as you like by no hesitation in paying for it by far the best. Get client. I've ever used as not let me down once In almost a year of development it's been totally robust and has kept the project tennessean state so those three things are the main things for forty against development. Though i've been using then i would imagine for maxa for iphone ipad. You still got to go through code at some point. You're right when you testing okay. What will you can do is you can hook up a phone and it can be an android phone. It can be an iphone. It doesn't matter you hook up using a usb two lightning or a usb to usb cable in the case of an android phone you hook it up to your macbook and then on the phone you run. An app called unity remote five and then after a little bit of configuration. When you hit play in the editor remember ever built anything yet. You're running it from within the computer. You hit play on the editor. It will actually send the The image of the game while it's being rented down to the phone but the key thing is it will translate the touch surface commands into actual touch amounts given within the game engine. So it's it's not emulating. Almost acting is so mistreating. The phone like Like stadium if you like yes. Images receiving inputs receiving inputs touchscreen. What that means. Is you have an extremely fast turnaround. Time that said at some point you do actually have to test on device running on the device as opposed to running on the computer and for that you have to create a build. The build creates sabban. Chris intermediary exco project which you then have to compile and run so yeah there is still ex code stuff to be done reasonably smooth nowadays the other thing. I did for awhile which i had to abandon because difficulties through. No fault of the system was my. Oh goodness is a build automation system which have completely forgotten the name of lane that was at fastlane and i had some help with false lane from an incredibly talented engineer who gave some live help while setting all up and what that does it automates. The entire process of creating a build from.
"ahmad" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show
"You been covering upstate. Yeah right right right. Well I don't get why they don't want to do it anyway. A step over to Ahmad. You've seen the video of them. The latest video of them trying to vilify him The police have pulled him over back in two thousand seventeen and this is why we were wondering why these lawyers and all these other people saying they have evidence to prove that he's not who you think he is. They're trying to set them up to say that he was it was justified killing of Ahmad Arbor. Thought Video Right. The real crime being committed is racial profiling. Doubt what are they talking about right now? You raise your profile me and I'm supposed to sing with a smile on my face. What did they prove in? Did they messed with him on a regular because he's black because you don't get out he news main didn't catch apart? We'll check us out play for everybody. This is the video you have not seen it. I want to watch this video of Ahmad Berry and the police pull him over off. Work today just wrapping in the fall. Gotcha human fucking with you you to know one fucking which you get round in your pocket fuck you fuck will be both. I'll tell you why I'm here Matt. I'll tell you why not because area is known for drug activity a fucking drug working blue bag up my seat back up. Fuck you talking about you. Went Back Up. What turned on the car going around with McCarthy around but is like harm. Check your weapons me. I'm not searching you. I'm checking weapons man. You don't have any warrants wall coming up on me. Make me kind of nervous. Okay you bother me for nothing. You can't go on my car in our lobby to search your car. Going machine stole really car match punk rock warning down to stay on the ground. Okay you can hands out overcharged for weapons of checking for weapons. Ease my mind wrapping route. Raleigh Arou- I gotcha man. But when you run up on me and you get really jumpy. That's going to be nervous to meet my day. I got one day a week. Winding Shulami Albro. Gotcha in the morning trying to chill. He was very yeah. That was trying to get to the point where you have to tell you. It was I didn't realize he'd already padding them for weapons of I could see. There's like a relative or something like that and he had a big heavy code..
"ahmad" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Well more than just the gum wow did you talk Ahmad did you run around the house or what did you he did have a really big day he spent part of the day with his cousins which therefore cousins you know not a ten ninety nine running around so that's a big deal and then we kind of went all over the place on Saturday SO three different places that I think he just there was a lot of stimulation yeah so the whole that's the same girl so has is it so it was Saturday night that he was like oh yeah she was gone all that's good did you enjoy where you just didn't happen well yeah I was sleep until I was probably snoring and drooling and all sweaty and you know we'll be ready to you know it's like that kind of sleep creases on your phone yeah that's the bass yeah last night not so much but you know for one night only pretty well well not only because on the most you know important night on our Sunday night he decides you know he's not sleeping as well but we'll take it guys no I'm good yeah are you take you when you can get it is the same it is that's it we don't yeah testicular get better looks with Saturday that's right yeah all figure out sleeping at some point right yeah no yeah well I'm like sand hash tag B. like sand yeah I'm here to announce I slept through my alarm today woah you guys know I never do that I wake up about five minutes before my alarm every day of my life and I slept I was looking I was awoken by my alarm and it scared me it scared the the GB's out of me I was like oh and I quickly grabbed it and it was like oh crap I hope Colin didn't wake up because again Collins heard my alarms my alarm about fourteen times in a row the fires one the card no so I jumped out of my goal my goodness well I'm up because that'll just that scared me so that I have a question for all of you guys about your weekends sleeping habits yeah when you don't set an alarm on the weekend do you wake up at the same time or before your alarm would normally go off you guys have been doing this a long time yeah I wake up when I normally wake up and then I realize it's the weekend dummy go back to bed and that works and it does what seems to work I mean and when I say go back to bed it's maybe till seven nice maybe but that didn't print out that's yeah let's sleep in them yet on I know I usually sleep till seven thirty which means that's the amount of time I should be sleeping seven hours straight through yeah like seven thirty or so J. seven I'm I'm with dawn I wake up now useless so I sleep but sometimes I do wake up in a time or two I wake up sometimes around the alarm time and then roll back over but most of the time I sleep right through however like everyone said Kenny I will I wake up earlier than most people would on a weekend but to us it's still sleeping and I wake up about six thirty seven o'clock but then again I don't I don't like to sleep I don't want to waste the day if I sleep till like nine that would freak me out yes I feel like I've wasted I love the morning's I love weekend mornings when what they were at the cabin or or were at the house I love waking up and we go get our coffee we have a little routine now we watch RuPaul beat on Saturday mornings and I always love that and we did have a we have a typical we have a we have a routine on Saturday mornings I that I love and it if we sleep too late I start to get anxious because unlike up well he is gone ten miles ago back to bad couple days over we're burning daylight that same time every morning earlier on on the week really making me insane it would be is I can't I can't do this do that it's not usually know usually we're going to bed at four PM no but it's usually eight thirty nine last night it was ten and I see it and thankfully slip to the alarm this morning hello nice yeah you guys I II III celebrate all of you because I know lex and don you guys stay up late late I the latest I can do and I pushed it last night ten thirty is what I did last night and that hi but then S. Kenny said it is the the show started stupid daylight savings time I love it yeah but it it really messed me up this year as in last night it messed me up because I couldn't fall asleep until about ten thirty down well first world problems okay listen your favorite my talk shows on podcast everything you get live all week okay podcast and speaking of podcast right now the fifty S. the fiftieth episode of two fairy godfathers is available the Big Five vo we hit fifty episodes that means we can go into syndication not so so the big five below and I think this one will be useful for folks it is our comprehensive list of everything you should have in your suitcase if you go to Walt Disney World miss don McLean is mentioned because we learned even more more lessons went on was with us so everything you should pack is and now this week's episode we're gonna take a break when we come back dexter drama next have you heard Donna and Steve lately check out this highlight from Tuesday in the ten o'clock hour or so screwed up the steak I think maybe I should appreciate my wife had no complaints but I over cooked mine I really torture and that's me just letting you know that if you're sitting there thinking boy Steve Scott white the life he goes home any fires up the fryer that is made of rare it just knocks it out of the park every day I wish I was him I'm just telling you that a lot of times we don't see is the parts that stock can you please no I see some of the parts that sell okay I'm like this conversation Donna and Steve listen live or podcast it anytime at my talk one oh seven one dot com or on the my talk at three bath and today is the day I'm so excited my **** it **** bathroom construction starts today and it will only take four days you know what's great about read that is that they will take your old outdated bathroom completely remove replace and remodel we'll do it at all of it and they'll do it in four days or less there's no contractors were you like well you know show up today did find another better do a better job we'll see maybe they'll show up no it read that they all work very bad and.
"ahmad" Discussed on Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling
"Ago. Not a lot of people in new podcast. Were I suggest telling people? Like what is a podcast? It's a radio show but it's like shipped through like your phone or internet or something like Oh okay so that I think like you know just whatever you do. Try to figure out a way. How can I get them to say yes rather than say no? Maybe traveled to them. Maybe that makes it easier. I can maybe offer to do it on the phone. If that's makes it easier for them? What will however you WanNa do it? Just try to get them to say yes to try to lower that barrier thing for them to say no and it's interesting because you mentioned the what it's like a radio show but delivered three fine and you have used the word radio. Was that very deliberate? Because perhaps in your interest in the Tom of launching it wasn't as much understanding Rampur costs. Yeah Yeah pretty much I'll be like I'll let you know we came up with a number of names are cooler but It's just a the the radio aspect getting kind of explain to people that it is like you know essentially like talkback radio. That's really what we're kind of pitching to and I think this is where you know like yourself and myself were different that you were operating in the market. Where the audience? I think it was a lot mature. And even the guests were mature of our podcast. Were we started the market where there was like people were just not very familiar on both sides. You know we were not really familiar with making podcast. I guess when over in familiar about what podcasts are it's not something that was widely distributed industry And young we didn't really have an audience from that point as well. That was avidly listening to podcasts. At that time so yes we had to find parallels trying to explain to him. What is it that we actually trying to do? I knew your experience that that has changed. Yeah I think so. I think it's completely different now. Things are different landscape I think even I think if you just look out you know. The statistics provided by. What is podcast one more Dr? Yes that's what I and the and you can tell that you think even like the uptake of podcast even You know like the older generation. I was assumed that the younger generation was always listening to him. But I think there's more and more consumption of podcasts. Even in kind of the older generation now because because ultimately it's I think the way kind of media is going is that You know before we used to create kind of like you know one formulae. Sitcom that went out to mass audience as possible. But now the concept of think media's changing to where you just create a lot of content that appeals to different people and you allow those people to consume as much as little as you want them yes self curated on demand content. Yeah that's and again you know. You don't have the kind of the gatekeeper so to speak that. Have to decide. Like what is the content that we're going to create that will appeal to you. Know millions of people. It's like wall. We have like a million people have really liked this content while great as long as we can produce it commercially We should produce for this million for the next billion produce something different and people will consume it. Whichever way they want so so I think that concept like yeah. It's definitely how coming always already in podcast name name topic. I'm sure we can find a podcast on it. I think it'd be hard pressed to name and topic without a sauna. And if you can then you should do that. Podcast exactly. That's the one that has been exploited yet. Thank you so much for joining me in conclusion. The can you share with me. Ahmad's be the drop top Tepe. I guess like I said I think the hardest thing about doing something new is figuring out how to start and I think the young. It's always hard to To always plan for the end goal and like you know my advice to anyone. Starting something new is figure out. What is the least possible amount? He can do to get moving. And that's I think the key is figure out. What is the easiest thing you can do today? That allows you to get To to along the process I think what I'm having been the drop tip because of wonderful begins with rob. Thank you so much perfect. Thanks a lot. Thanks.
"ahmad" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"Minus and lots of Zeros. Yeah Yeah No. That's that's what happens every year. We're starting to get to a point. Now where more and more countries are taking on the license so we signed India Today. We signed Spain the refugee in October. We signed France in March South Korea in March. Next year we've got Italy Malaysia. And Bahrain coming online and those licenses when all of those assigned up in growing and there's more and more people involved in the more players and there's more revenue coming in we'll be able to pay people like Alan Mazzetti literally given his heart and soul scored the last few years and completely unpaved for the last year is last dream not for me to take anything out of it but for them and for it to be self sufficient sustaining itself. That's the dream and tell me that has a license war. Who BUYS THE LICENSE? Food varies from businessmen to businessmen and women to federation so the RSVP which is the Spanish tennis federation bought the license because they saw the potential of this school in Spain. And actually they've seen the paddle is now on the decline there And I was just I was just out in Madrid yesterday. Got Back last night and they are growing touch tennis at an alarming pace out there and they just had a a three thousand euros slam there in October. That meals one. Okay I taught from a friend. Mr James Clusky tells me the latest issue one. The I'd have reports. That puddle is the quickest grown sport in Europe. Then know that may not be in Spain. Yeah it may be the quickest growing again the ITF Repeal may say. It's the quickest growing rackets or Europe. But they're not including US. 'cause they haven't looked at all stats. We don't deal with any level so they would know about us. Milwaukee growing full fold per annum. If paddles even close to that. I'd be amazed but they're starting from a much much bigger base than we are the flip side of it is that in Spain. What they've noticed is but that paddle is expensive. It's a hundred and fifty euros for paddle. On average the average bat they sell in the UK is one hundred ten quit the average house that cheap and accessible so in Spain where they've had massive economic problems people stopping playing. It's too expensive to maintain a hobby. The cost that much money I see prone conduct is. It's a one time event. You don't need to retrieve these things I noticed. Club memberships also. You can't restrain them if you buy one and you break it what you do every six months at any decent level you go to replace it. And that's what they were saying in many of the clubs that I visited the Bacelona Club the club in Madrid. Co that they'll get the you know it's the same thing across the bull that it's expensive addition and those that were casual players falling off committed ones. We'll still keep playing but you know the casual players on declining that okay. That's that's all new to make. Do you have an Irish license holder? No we don't so we're waiting for you to do that now. Fortunately the functional tennis is taken up all of our resources. What you never you never know. I'm sure there's some the hair who would get involved in McGee to do it. Mckee's busy working in. He's in Vegas work now. No way really. In Tana's he's doing a lot with this. A lot of tennis in charity. Work on these really and China's I say he'd be sticking it out there for awhile brought maybe Clusky as demand. Maybe let him beach maybe. Let them beat you and I'm sorry. Could you say that again in English? Maybe you you will let him beat you. Say That one more time because it is still doesn't make any sense. I said at times foot. Give him a feel for that. Could be thing. But it's the same with pilot. Now they'll come back same paddled out. There's an accountant guy. Friends can't owns the license for Paddling Ireland. Initially he bought in seven or eight. Tesna laugh Ten or eleven on he set up the first club here but again the pretty slow moving here but a lot of tennis and squash guys are like an so look. There's room for all these sports from what I understand. It's a great laugh. I don't doubt for second is a great laugh and someone said to me you can have people sitting around doing nothing will play paddle wall. Take out any day of the week where you know. I'd much rather you had an active nation. Any nation than a nation of people just sitting around eating pork chops watching television. We've got appreciated it. What it is. It gets people out there against people. Active cool no issue with it like that only comments about our bet it needs to be cheaper. They need to find a way to bring that price. Point Down Mental. Okay so you mentioned the barn. The baron sounds like an amazing I did take at. The barn is an indoor court. Yes so it's an indoor Colt. We've got a gym that we got an office there It is a Yeah it's just it's basically become a man cave we playstation with virtual channels in permanently. We've got we've got a Jim. They're often. They're on the next door. We also got a semi covered outdoor touch tennis court which has got a bomb built over it but underneath you know you got caught in the left. You've got an entire wall exposed. You feel like you're playing outdoors but actually your you know your competency and have to worry about the rain not that we don't play in the rain but it's just for doing demos and stuff and we're training our country and they sent ten people over is good to have a couple of quotes. Ne Near your home. The half an hour away to find yourself there every day. Yes every single day. I do my work from there then what I do is I What do you call it? I'm there every day. I do my work and then finished the often anes and evenings late into the night sometimes. That's one of our long long-term goals for functional tends to have her own tennis court where we can work with coaches. Yeah amazing through all the videos there and everything. We're missing the level of product. We know level of production at the moment and our videos like we don't produce enough of them reviewing products. We've got all these products and I'd love to take all that to the next level employ- coach full-time that student. A sorta plans doing all various things and have her own indoor court thought given your following and the influence you have and the reach you have. It wouldn't be unthinkable for someone to invest in functional his fullback if he was put together a plan. It's more still working up to picture my have a general idea but still working up to complete picture. I'm still trying to work on. I'm just going to text Nova chocolate someday. And see with the master plan and see if he wants to get involved. You May as well go straight to the top or given what you do. You could have a touch tennis school. Which would be a quarter of the space and do all your product videos debt as well as get pros in because what we used to do. A lot of tennis. Instructional coaching with Chris. Eaton on the tenant show on my tennis cool because the principles are the same. I was GONNA say your location in the. Uk is a lot better and might location and dillon with access to top players top coaches. It's a lot easier to get them to you than it is here but look it's not impossible definitely. It's something that we're going to work on. Basically what you're saying is you need to move over to our officers don't you? I do looking for core. That's what I'm looking for. I'll just tell my wife and you baby were moving. We're moving over to live in your barn. Feel understand trust me. You do your own distribution urged you have is a Java tree pl company looking after that for you. We had a combination of things like Amazon. We would send to Amazon they distribution. We had a company here in the UK doing all distribution products. Well so they would. You know literally just take impact the stuff and send it out people. We found that was quite expensive and one of the things. I was in a meeting within Spain about yesterday was literally doing that. Packaging everything it's sending it from there because actually nowadays shipping so cheap and for the EU. Very very specific small-market of certain goods in the UK. I mean some of our mock. It always these very loud in the UK but some things that don't get bought to regularly. We stock rose the heavier items by the lights. Stop remove send it all out. From Spain especially as continental Europe is so important to us really important part of business we've been done with the Christmas Jumpers. We fulfilled ourselves. We've had film companies in the UK which we've got stone with the exchange rate and which ship and prices Dan we had another fulfillment company where they were taking margin on the ship. And so we're paying more for the ship and we're paying for fulfillment and then the end of Kipness Outta warehouse. Because they tried to buy the business and it was a mask so we took it back in house the tennis stuff now. I all do in has actually all do myself. I love having control that because let's say slang of team doped us now for those listeners. We've two hundred sets of released string to give away so everybody gets a string. I can do that today. Straight away in charge for it so I love that flexibility. That's why like ideally. Keep it in house but it takes a lot of my time on that the minute. We still don't hire anybody. I something moving forward. Maybe a speech afterwards just better ways of doing it put always looking to to do that sort of stuff I think. Interestingly for the for the sake of your show before we go and I think it is really important so about this for anyone in the tennis space out there. Who's trying to start a business and is trying to sell products? It is worth warning them that they're all lots of pitfalls but there is good advice and actually what they should try and do reach out to people that you reach out to me and learn what we did wrong true. You're one hundred percent ride. 'cause the tennis community. We're all kind of people who would help each other. You know. We're not gonNA all bugger off. I'm not helping you. But you know coal Fabio will me and I'll give you advice. On the inner wall sort of fulfillment US or what? Certainly what not to use the most important thing? I'm more no. I've been an ECOMMERCE for eleven years now and I love helping people. 'cause real passion and of a friend of mine launched journal now not in the tennis space. But I feel like they're onto me all the time with questions and absolutely love helping them from all from designed to demand faction to the fulfillment to photography. But I love helping the people I need to ask as well. So it's good just having that feedback loop with loads of people like yourself and more so yeah anybody reach out to us you will find where they find you rush the best place to find you. Just don't talk. Dot Com my email addresses. There is rushing touchdown dot.
"ahmad" Discussed on The Functional Tennis Podcast
"Presents are bought and you can relax and enjoy the Christmas spirit and also you get play a little bit of tennis really important. You're getting out there working on your strokes so let's hear Russia's story Hi Rush. How are you very well? Thanks five-year Thanks. For Having Me Real pleasure on thank you. Brealey sites have you on. I know we've been communicated past couple years on Joe. Sense of funny Massachusetts so I'm really excited to affirm I'll talk to you to hear about the story of touch. Tennis like can't believe I'm talking to somebody who actually invented a sport. I use that term kind of loosely. I always say some. I put together a tribe. That's all we did. I mean tennis has been around for four five hundred years. Shoulda poem when they used to play it in the in the monasteries and stuff. It's been one of those schools. It's had many adaptations so I always love it when people say what you just play real tennis. I'm like have you ever played real tennis? Because real tennis is played in you know in a wooden box in Hampton court. It's not played on a grass court but such is just an adaptation and it's thought at this form of following and it became a tribe and it is literally just a law at whilst we compete when we because we want to win. No one wants to lose. You know we have some ridiculous rules as well lot. We encourage grunting because we know is cheating. I'm sorry but Anthony Georgia was punching on average of seven hundred pounds per square. `Age lost Saturday. He doesn't make a sound so Rafeh does not need to grunt when he hits a tennis ball in his own whites. It's it's changing it just as so we encourage it is because it's the law Ridiculous stuff you know. But but on the flip side we try to keep it clean. Keep it simple so if you break a racket you kicked out the event. You don't need to break Iraq if you're playing on a compact core with a twenty one inch kids rocket you shouldn't be breaking racquets. There's something mentally really wrong with. You should break you. Bats play this game so if you break a rapid you kicked out. If you swear you lose a point I I dare say there have been some accusations of me. I have tried to goad people into Suedes. Take a point often win. The match is going against me but I can't confirm or deny that fact. I love to south proclaim goat so you got to keep up that status. Yeah Salute Twenty slams against my kids. History is history. You know. No one's GONNA ask who fed Rabih in his finals. When it's all done and dusted it. Just GonNa say he wants twenty flames and the same goes for me too once against the kids can't yeah they all come you know if they stepped on the coal at the age of five with Iraq. It in the hands lost to make a lost. I love it so tell me. What's your background before? All the touch tennis before dream began it. Was there any involvement in tennis? Well Mitt random always loved the school. I chose about six years old and my dad forcing me to watch Wimbledon finals and stuff and you know. We only saw my dad on weekends. Tab separated makeover that you'd be watching tennis really started getting into watching it and started hitting up against a wall occasionally not always wanted to play but there was no wet play tennis where I lived. grew up on a council estate in central London. There were no tennis courts anywhere near us that were accessible cheap and you know so when I got older got a job started playing not about nineteen twenty minute so any dreams of me. Winning Wimbledon gone. I mean I probably could have won it. I didn't want to embarrass the pros. At what woody on and just walk up and thought winning slams saw while let them have that glory? I kept watching and then started making notes on matches and then I approached a magazine called remember it. I remember in nineteen ninety. Yeah back in ninety five or ninety six. Something Absolute Joy Reid goes about classic matches few. What's your background? is an Oscar. So I sent him on. There's absolutely they started printing. These two three page stories. I could write about classic matches like graphs. Blessed sanchez-vicario Wimbledon. Ninety six match went on forever. The twenty minute game in the feds set you know pat cash against John McEnroe Second Round of Wimbledon Ninety two that I've already defined and ended caches career that couldn't be old mate who was so much older than those days study too. Is You know a pension so and then tennis net started Charlotte left Ace and she formed a magazine called tennis net which was also a website and the right thing for them. Hustled hustled a couple of people who have now become really great. Lifelong Friends of mine. Simon read and fruit McMillan Yours till I became a compensated and so that kept my I in my love for tennis and I had this weird at Tation of tennis in my back garden. Full of which was a table turned on. Its side and wooden rackets. Cut Down to about fifteen inches or something like.
"ahmad" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Car and that there's no sexual conduct with drivers are fell riders no matter what they said they kissed once we're not touching it appropriately and the driver kicked them out away from their destination pulled over to the side of manhattan road walked over to the rear passenger side and said get out dr said it's illegal you don't do that one of the women said kissing not illegal driver said yeah it is illegal you don't do that here in the car it's disrespectful so the driver was ahmad elboukhari had a four point six seven rating that's actually pretty low and received dozens of combinations on the excellence service and they were booted admiral uber for kissing each other they're saying it's because they're lesbian well what was the guy's name again ahmad el tari he was probably mad that they weren't in full garb in their faces weren't covered well that's that's that's pharaoh typing i don't think it is actually seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five eight hundred seven seven one one or two five look gay straight don't kiss him i over yeah rules are rules i mean it's just love you got treat it like a school bus that's can't go on a school bus not going to happen to my uber my ford taurus is gonna remain pristine is just it's love like two people kissing each other why do you what do you care if they're kissing each other kissing leads to saks and i don't need that my backseat your mouth on another human's mouth like just get to where you're going they're having a conversation like oh my god wasn't that a great great birthday pro such a great bird oh yeah that's what happened oh where do we draw the line drew there is no line it's awesome slippery slope seventy seven five.
"ahmad" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast
"Well no that is wait this my that is my build of ahmad for the game i mean it was his only all use that bacterium to determine the weekend i give you know wasn't on o'clock you un so there were la hoya the is over there there was one thing that the the guys had been the even the devs have been fighting with his trying to get the flow mechanics working nicely infect royal you can't get liquids over very far distance are the problem is that the discharge will pump like you can try to fan out to a bunch of different pipes just going through the each individual pipes in order to make a header out of pipes does fan out reduces the pressure so you need something that's just one thing that acts like a manifold so i just made manifold for the game as a month and that's what it is so you can you know get as you don't downloaded fifty times are the down fifty times f t i just add considering laktasi knows this game is so serious on the mas that there is a mob downloading interface within the game like you can pull up a list of all the mas sounds like razi developers to me now well the navy versions zero point two point zero of your of your mod did you hampshire legal general not one hundred seven point 10 was a public the new publish it here now that wasn't the public allen doesn't fall a semiprivate at a product that i just went to me and one other person like hated this break your computer no okay good zero point two point zero publish turned out anyway.
"ahmad" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"The ahmad is mm hey the the do battle of britain an economic you mark twain staying away remember when you when was the number one on wednesday and he's got like lizzy law way five hundred if your bag promised the nice back from his political when we come back macos the liam der merwe liam payne ransom modest bill eight bill i'm going with anderson loopier mumbo all on top of yogurt whatever people in another in north koreans relief an american my life what am i live on the bride the performance tonight his them there were making a rope because by them mm liam payne only dortha one two ransom modest and and and and woo this is one of four three my habits ballots are the morning out of balcony gives the serbs ran out for second liu posted pictures on facebook as evidence grab it's it's phenomenal phenomenal you think we're going to be the only ones posting photos of this data would you like all the private hashtag matter no one else do to social media is going to be dead today would you see globes whether say there might be some power grid issues because we have a lot of solar power your southern california and for a little bit we're not gonna have any solar power i mean god a little bit of it anyway and they're across the country of their solar power the bigger clubs to cause more problems we're losing like hundreds of million dollars in our loss of productivity for these few hours or some fog guaranteed really the only thing as bad the state is march madness right hmm bail pillar as watson stubborn everything but this right up there with march madness i guess lots of money be lost i had the glasses on the whole time i'll share my eyes can her guys i see spot little bit of cereals other gonen no i grind your shearer's or made china i not all of that of the same place so i had to get a couple it wasn't seven eleven call six eleven scott ways dr now you're by what you do i mean you're looking directly the study with the glasses on so you feel the.