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Debating the Ahmaud Arbery case
"Equa mercy. Join his acklin great to see you. Did He. How dare you? How dare you? This is my house and you're wearing yenkey stuff. Scion unapologetically hello. All right well I just hope that during our debate I do better than the mets do against the Yankees that's. Hoping all right, let. This is what we're GONNA to talk about is the video. The video and the Aubrey case is an amazing piece of evidence. For the prosecution against the McMichael's because you see everything they do. Those are the two guys with the guns in the pickup, one of whom shoots and kills armory. But I think unfortunately. It's a great piece of evidence for the man who is recording that video. Roddy Brian Acklin you do not agree with me. Do not you are wrong. You're wrong. All right I'M GONNA go first, and it starts here and I say unfortunately and I want to preface that folks I'm not making an argument for Roddy. Brian what I'm telling you is what's going to happen and unfortunately this is a great piece of evidence for Roddy, Brian, this video and it comes down to the arguments that Kevin Goth is attorney. Make look at the facts surrounding the video, the only person on the face of the earth who knows this video is being made and being recorded at the time. It's being made in recorded. Is Roddy Brian Okay. He's the only one that knows. That this video exists. He's the only person on earth okay. So, if in fact, prosecutors are going to argue that these three men are working as a lynch mob. Are they going to argue that Roddy Brian's job as part of this lynch mob is to Corral And make sure that you record the lynching, so we can memorialize all of this. And don't forget how everyone finds out about the recording. Roddy Brian at the scene. Invites police into his truck to view the video, so police show up there. Just investing you try to figure out what happens and Ronnie Brian. Tells Police. Listen I got I've got it on video. I, recorded it. Please take a look at it. Shows it to them right then and there. So. Again. Unfortunately, the argument that Kevin Goth can make is lazy. Let's go inside the body Brian. What's his intent? Here was his intent to lynch. Ahmad Aubrey. If so, why would he record a crime? And then why? When police show up the first thing he would do is hand over to police the evidence of the crime that he committed. This goes one hundred percent into the mindset of Roddy Brian and this is a strong argument that Kevin Goth can make to a jury. that. Why on earth would someone record their own crime and then the first thing they do when police show up? Is hand the piece of evidence over to them. ACKLIN. Arguing was very compelling in sense. It's you can tell that you're not racist. By the argument that you provided because we did not include the racist element. Ronnie, Brian in the Michael's were racist, and they were on age racist Tirade. That is why they went around. That is why they have video. As you can see back in the day when they did lynchings in wasn't prided, they had videos. They need pictures of it because they were excited about what they did. We are in a world in which we have Presidential rallies in which races tirades are invited so to to be to say that Haiti's men weren't in building would be wrong. They were in bolted with regards to the back surrounding the video. Let's talk about it the fact surrounding videos. Let's talk about the video. When he was I invited. It was no audio I. Don't know I have that function in my recording in the sense in which I can record a thin ideo in not on your. You know who had the. Mr Brian. We didn't hear the shock in the basement of something that somebody about to die. Why because that million participating in now? He missed a whole big piece of evidence in that pieces of Ahmad. Berry was found on missed the giants car. Pieces that means that evidence of Mr Bridge that means that he hit. The armory with his car to prevent him for movie. To say that he was unarmed is wrong. Mr Robin Mister Bryant had the biggest weapon it at the time. Which is the whole vehicle? Truck with a whole trump down at he did his way, even had that man was cool hand Luke because he was watching a murder, and nobody asked for the audio initially because he was a murder. You know who that the cops you had racist cops come to a racist situation. Leave. The racism states okay hit him with the high side and let him live for three months. Months without any interruption to say that Mister. Bryant wasn't guilty is a farce. He was very much guilty at an end for three months. They watched a video and immig miles. What because they were able to stop? Being friends after Arboretum was shot and killed, they were still friends. They still had the video. They watched it so much, so daddy opened the door to sexual crimes. The this, this case should shock the conscience because the levels of racism in this case is unreasonable, we act three different prosecutors. This prosecutor who saw this in didn't think that this was a murder. We had officers at the scene saw this. In, dot, this which justify so the the Glenn Races. When the most important that evidence of our very being on righties car was still on his car. Three months acted incident and nearly care to wash off so. That that is that the video helps Brian. Totally doesn't work acting that. You didn't plinking most so. The prosecutors are going to argue. That Roddy Brian. Was Racist which they can. Was In cahoots and knew the police would not charge him, which is why he shared the video with police, and knew the process and shared it with the prosecutor because he knew the prosecutor would never charge them, is that do you think that is? An argument that is going to fly with the again. This I'm saying. These are all unfortunate facts for prosecutors in this case, and the prosecutors are going to have to prosecute. Roddy Brian. The McMichael's the local Glenn County Police and the prosecutor's office all in the same trial in order for that theory of yours to to not help. Roddy Brian? Welcome welcome to the practicing law. The South the levels of racism is so appeared like many I. I have to think of Armagh. Arbitrary. That I may get I get that I. Get that, but here's my point. My point is this makes that video the fact that he shoots video and there's more obstacles now. Prosecutors unfortunately again that and to me the obstacle is not only do I have to prosecute these three men. I've got to prosecute the local police and I've got to prosecute the local prosecutor and guess what I'm probably going to have to do it in Glynn County. Georgia. That makes the case more difficult. It's like it's like A. It's like a harper. Literally, but this is what in is in the south? We Wanna say that we come. We've come so far, but that's what it is, and that's how that's how big it is. That's how big it is I think we're agreeing here Hear me out here me out on my theory and why we're agreeing okay, because we're. We're making to arguments that are. not necessarily in conflict everything you're saying. I'm I'm agreeing with. Right. I, just have to get you to agree with the fact that the case is a little bit harder against Roddy Brian with him shooting that video and handing it to police, because now prosecutors have to take on the police and the prosecutors right so. Can we agree on that yes? Yes, all right all right I think we solved it. I think we did. This is a big moment, but I will not ever. Ever cheer for the Yankees. Especially when they play my mets, that will never happen, but I think we can agree here. To a certain extent that the there's going to be some obstacles here, but I think what you have shown me. And made me realize how you look at the case. You know I look at the case a certain way, but I have to get a different mentality onto to to get to that next level. So? Wow Acklin, always great having you on the show for having go Yankees got. That will be her last time on the show by the way. Either that or we can edit that out next time. We'll just bleep it out. Right Acklin mercy, incredible criminal defense attorney. In Georgia knows Georgia law. Insider knows Georgia juries, which is the most important part of of trying to case when we come back. I WANNA, talk about hate crimes, because at the time of the Amman archery shooting there was no hate crime. Law in Georgia and people were. Besides themselves coast to coast. When you come back I'm going to explain to you why it's really not a big deal. Especially in this case, number one and number two. Hate crimes. Are Way too over height by the media.
Kuwait Emir, 91, to Go to US for Medical Care After Surgery
"The emir of Kuwait is said to be heading to the US for medical care. Kuwait, saying it's 91 year old ruler and there shake Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah is flying to the United States for medical treatment. His office says The trip comes after a successful surgery at the weekend. There are no further details. The news on the lack of clarity on shakes Abbas condition is prompting speculation about another possible power struggle within Kuwait's ruling family. Shakes a bar has led the country for 14 years. Simon Oh in Fox
Three Georgia men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery plead not guilty
"Have been entered against three white men who police say took part in the highly publicized killing of a black jogger in south Georgia. The three white men, including a father and son, charged with the February 23rd murder of Ahmad are very pleaded not guilty during it. Arraignment hearing suggestions suggestions court court Entering Entering that that not not guilty guilty pleas, pleas, 25 25 year year old old black black man man was was fatally fatally shot shot while while jogging jogging and and coastal coastal Brunswick, Brunswick, Georgia. Georgia. The The incident incident that that was was videoed videoed on on a cellphone became a Touchstone in the protest over racial and social injustice in the US Jim
Suspects In Ahmaud Arbery Killing Plead Not Guilty
"A virtual arraignment today in Georgia for the three white man accused of chasing down and killing an unarmed black man, jail jail your your energy energy and and not not get get people. people. It's It's cracked cracked and and get get any any objection objection in in court court entering entering that that guilty guilty plea plea upon upon the the rock The Clippers and struck not guilty plea on the record. Pleading not guilty as you just heard. Ahmad are very was out for a run when he was followed and then boxed in by Gregory McMichael, His adult son, Travis McMichael and William Brian. Cell phone video taken by Bryan Shows are very was shot multiple times during a struggle with Travis McMichael. Prosecutors say are very was fighting for his life after being trapped by the tree out. Defense attorneys insist their clients acted in self defense while conducting a citizen's arrest on a suspected burglar. The shooting happened in February. But the McMichael is weren't arrested until that video surfaced months
Three men charged in Ahmaud Arbery killing plead not guilty
"Virtual arraignment today in Georgia for the three white man accused of chasing down and killing an unarmed black man jail, not guilty plea. Crack get any objection in court entering that not guilty plea upon the rock. The Clippers instructed, not guilty, played on the record. Free as you just heard, Pleading not guilty. Ahmad Armory was out for a run when he was followed and then boxed in by Gregory McMichael, His adult son, Travis and William Brian. Cell phone video taken by Bryan Shows are Bree was shot multiple times during a struggle with Travis McMichael, prosecutors say are very was fighting for his life after being trapped by the three men. Defense attorneys say their clients acted in self defense while conducting a citizen's arrest on a suspected burglar. The shooting happened in February, but the back Michael's were not arrested until that video surfaced months
Chicago’s City Colleges will wipe out debt of former students who return, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announces in push to boost post-COVID recovery
"Of Chicago's out with a new plan to wipe out college debt for some residents who want to get back into the classrooms but can't afford it. W danced. Ahmad Bradley has the story. The city is calling it a fresh start a four year debt forgiveness program to help former city colleges. Students return to school. The second city is giving Chicago and a second chance under the program. Some 21,000 students in good standing dropped out over the last decade because they couldn't pay their tuition and fees. Will be eligible to clear their debt and return to finish school. Too often, college debt stands in the way of a person's dreams for their futures, The Bears office says of the students who qualify for the program, 51% of black 34% Latino. These air students have already accumulated some college credit and left in good standing. The vast majority, as chancellor indicated, are black and brown and come from the communities most impacted by the economic crisis and covert 19 Returning students will have half their outstanding debt forgiven if they remain enrolled with good grades. The rest of the debt is forgiven. Once a student completes his or her degree till Willis was enrolled at Harold Washington two years ago before tuition Bill arrived, she could not handle. I was working two full time jobs and I was so motivated But I was unable to pay off the rest of that solution. Willis plans to return to school through the program, The mayor says this new effort is the next step in Chicago's fight against poverty. Upper mobility doesn't have to be a pipe dream anymore. State health
Kerry Washington on Hollywood's Diversity Problem
"The entertainment industry begins the slow process of returning to work. Will there be as Carrie? Washington says a real shift in institutional practices can there be a different and more diverse Hollywood. We know because of the coronavirus. There will be changes in how people do their work. But. What about the work itself? How far will the industry reset? Actually go? This is Hollywood the sequel. Welcome to our new podcast from La Studios. Each week were sitting down with some of the sharpest minds in the entertainment business to talk about where Hollywood might be headed as it returns to work. We'll get into the external changes for production marketing distribution, and with the movie theater business in tatters. What even defines ahead? We'll also explore the biggest question of all. Will there be systemic change that finally corrects the inequalities that may have been acknowledged, but hardly repaired. And that's where we'll begin this first episode with actor and producer. Kerry Washington. You know her from the TV series scandal. We spoke initially in mid-may, and we'll share that conversation in a bit, but after the killings of George Floyd Brianna, Taylor Ahmad Arboretum and the protests against police, brutality and systemic racism that followed we wanted to get carries thoughts on how this moment might affect the entertainment industry and America itself. I think one of the things that is challenging to. METABOLIZE is that. Not, that much has changed for black people in the last couple of weeks. But there's a different response to it. And so I think. The sentiments of the moment that feel revelatory. I don't feel like those feelings belong to me this. This is not a moment of revelation, but I'm watching the revelation. Unfold around me for people. And I'm grateful that that as a not even as a country, but that the world is showing up for black lives. In a different way. But this is what what has been the reality, this level of danger and anger and fear and. Maybe trauma lack of safety like these have been the realities for black Americans since there were black Americans. There are fundamental differences between a moment and a turning point and I'm wondering optimistically even. Is there a way that real change not only in the country, but also in the business that you work in. Can come out of this. I think so. I think I can hope so. You know I mean we're not. None of us have a crystal ball. It'll be the historians that tell us years from now whether this was a flash point a turning point. But I? I it feels it certainly feels for me like something is different, and like we have to be willing to look at ourselves. Regardless of what industry were in. Do you hope comes out of it? What are you hope changes I? Mean what what would you say would mark progress or change? I think a more radical acceptance of Anti Racist, society policies and culture because I think what people are realizing is that it's not enough to just not be racist that because our institutions. Were built. In the fabric of racism because our country was born, you know with. Black Americans being designated a fraction of human being like it's. It's not enough to just not be racist. We have to be actively anti-racist. and for that desire to come from. A deep. Understanding that we all deserve full rights of humanity. Yes all lives matter, but accepting that to be an anti-racist society. We have to affirm that black lives matter. I think that's I. think that's where we're at I think people are finally kind of. That and our institutions need to understand that not just. Interpersonal relationships, it's important that we're having those conversations that our dinner tables in in our classrooms, but also at the highest levels in our systems of government in our systems that are supposedly built for public safety. We have to ask ourselves. Who Do we deem the public? And who do we deem the enemy? so. I, I'm hoping that I'm hoping that that this all of this new. revelatory reflection lends itself to transformation, not just the hearts and minds, but also institutional practices, and those institutions can include you know arts organizations like the theater industry. Because there's this letter Hashtag, we see you which calls out racism in the theater. It signed by people like Sterling K.. Brown is Array Lin Manuel Miranda I. Think you shared it on twitter. What comes out of that and the best possible outcome to me. It seems really obvious like. We look at ourselves to get better and do better. That's the that's the practice of self. Reflection is to ask ourselves how we can do better so I mean even the language of inclusivity and diversity right like when we say that we're committed to diversity its diverse from what we're still centering whiteness as the most important thing and allowing or inviting diversity around that or when we talk about inclusivity. They're still an in out, so we're still centering certain kinds of people and you know maybe in tiny fractions allowing admitting other people to the table, so there's just so much of it that needs to be reexamined and and look at
3 men indicted on murder charges in killing of Ahmaud Arbery
"Three men have been indicted in Georgia in the killing of Ahmad armory indicted are Travis McMichael Greg McMichael and William Bryan junior there are nine counts malice murder four counts of felony murder and four felonies the three are white Greg McMichael said he saw armory who was black running in his neighborhood and suspected he was a burglar and chased after him joy at homes is the Cobb county district attorney this is another positive step another great step for finding justice for a mod for finding justice for this family and the community beyond Greg McMichael said our brie attacked his son before being shot I met Donahue
Atlanta - Georgia Legislature Passes Hate Crime Bill
"You the Georgia legislature yesterday passed historic legislation ladies and gentlemen we now have a hate crimes bill that hate crimes bill will head to the desk of governor Brian camp if signed into law George would no longer be among the four states count them one two three four four states without hate crime legislation on the books advocates and lawmakers renewed their push to pass the bill after the killing of Ahmad armory who was a twenty five year old black male pursued by two white man shot and killed while jogging through a bronze what neighborhood earlier this year according to reports from the case the father son duo who killed Ahmad al Burri called him an F. in in word which obviously indicates he was targeted out of a racial motivation which is a hate crime house bill four twenty six passed the state Senate by a vote of forty seven to six at the state house one hundred and twenty seven to thirty eight Kim's office said in a statement released to the Atlanta journal constitution that he was found to be old pending legal review legal review is pretty typical even though they don't always listen to the legal review because governors in Georgia have side Beals contrary to the legal review but it is a pretty common process many are praising and celebrating the bipartisan
Andr Leon Talley on 'The Chiffon Trenches'
"When I wrote this I my first book was basically a Beautiful Ahmad to those two ladies, and then I, did cover some of the things about upgrade my background, but I do not go into the depths of what I have gone into this you find trenches initial find trenches in his epistle of love to the important narrative of my life getting. Under upbringing North Carolina all the way to twenty twenty. I go to the decades of when I was at the top of my career vote. In sitting in the front row in. Daily experiencing racism, sexism ageism, all of that and I decided to I had to be very very raw, an honest within a degree, and I told the truth about many things that I never spoken before one being my sexual abuse in childhood. Then I told things that had never been told before about how I experienced racism in the world of fashion. As the there are two different books. occas of sort of a a jewel of book and I'm very proud that I is well because. Of How these two women shaped my life, and became very important factors in my life how they overlaps, it's women, one of African American domestic made for fifty years of her life at Duke University, the other woman a mentor. Editor. Chief evoke in the sixties, and then she went onto the museum. The Metropolitan. When she created the modern fashion exhibit is thanks to her that people now have major fashion exhibits in museums globally. There's not one that has not been influenced by the work of the. So, is there a point in that seventeen year interim between these two books where you thought to yourself, you know I've left something out, or I need to go back and tell a fuller story now. That was never a point like I always just say I had an uncle, said just keep getting up everyday. Just keep getting so I never thought about it in seventy years. I've gotTA write my second memoir. My Document Jerry came out in twenty eighteen the Gospel according to Andrei benefits by the second memoir, because the response of people the outpouring of love. From that documentary was so beautiful. The response I got from People Street. Some people would see the film in the audiences. Remarkable so wonderful, and he gave me the confidence to write the Second Watch. The second while was born from the document. Jerry and I saw the duck return. I loved it by the way I loved what Kate Novak did what we did as collaborators, and then I decided well I. Think I. should not my memoir a second I only. But it never headed for seventeen years I left out. I never thought that I was GONNA. Write another one. My agent David Vigilante took me around, and it'd be had meetings with different companies, different companies, and we got to Pat Buchanan at Random House, and that was one on Friday and Saturday what he called me and he said. Random House is ready to preempt all offers an idea and said well I'm GonNa do it I did it and I have never looked back
President Trump expected to sign executive order on police reform
"News meantime president trump is expected to sign an order tomorrow that focuses on police reform as he signed an executive order encouraging police to modernize their use of force standards the president will host families who say their loved ones were wrongly killed by police a lawyer for the family of Ahmad armory the Georgia man shot by neighbors while he was jogging says his relatives will also meet with the president their attorney tells CBS news will also be on Capitol Hill lobbying to reduce funding for police department at CBS news White House correspondent Steven
Getting Into America with Trymaine Lee
"Welcome to the bloggers podcast I'm your host Ryan Africa's episode. We're going to be keeping the conversation going because we WANNA. Keep the names of George. Floyd, Brianna, Taylor Ahmad Aubrey Tamir, Rice Rees Gordon, Sandra Blan- and unfortunately the list can keep going and going and going, but we want to keep those names out. There want to keep this conversation going so people stay informed. And we don't want this to be got to be forgotten, so we're back in the situation again so Yes, like I said blogger owners committed to doing that and I am not just here by myself. I have a contassot. Guests with me here today to keep this conversation going. I am talking about. Pull a surprise and Emmy Award winning journalist. Tremaine, Lee. He is also MB. Correspondent in host of the into America podcast, so I am so glad to have him here with me today. They Ryan thank you so much revenue neutral appreciative. I WANNA. Start off this. This question was kinda going throughout. My might assume I knew I was GONNA. I was excited about this because I wanna Kinda. Give the listeners a different perspective that we don't get all the time with all this coverage of the protests and everything that's going on and not to say that you speak for all of news broadcasting. and I'm in production that worlds often find myself in this conversation as well. This is why this question is so important to me. But how do you deal with the idea of people asking why the media is covering the protests way their covenant, or you know certain situations. You find yourself in a maybe you don't have a choice of what the story is recovering that day. What's it? It depends I think the one thing that we do have choice over one one space did I control is how I centered the narrative. That I'm speaking to reporting on recovering so sometimes. The critique of the media is absolutely correct, because the media is not like any other institution. America, that's been a touched in racism, touched in bias touching all those things, so it's incumbent upon us working inside media. To make sure flicking the truest narrative possible, and sometimes that begins with our own experience in our own. To understand the language that's being spoken these communities right so so we're not relying on trucks and stereotypes ideally. We're we're connecting to the people in a different way and so I don't pay much mind to the critiques necessarily except for some of correct That's when we have to make sure that we are redoubling our efforts but I know from from. You know I don't I. Don't get many of those critiques because you know. I try to keep it as as true as possible I. Mean That's what I've done my entire career. So you know sometimes they're correct. Sometimes, they're not sometimes people. Are just shouting into the ether, your social media just right the shouting right, but I think the good thing is that the proof is always in the so that people can consume the information. The best dress with their concerns are. Right and speaking of getting out there and speaking the truth into America a fairly new podcast. She started up. Can you tell me about how that started and wise that important to you? Into America at this point I think we're on episode Twenty Six maybe twenty seven in the the whole idea behind into Americans really get outside of our bubbles in really go out into America. In an approach politics policy in a different conway. Along and I worked for MSNBC PROUDLY SO but you know the twenty four hour news cycle. It's kind of like a horse. Race Times. If you're not careful the way we. The Lens from which review politics? It's also who's up now. WHO's fallen behind? You know it's daily drama as opposed to the way politics policy actually impact the lives of everyday people, and so the goal of into America was to do just that. Go out into America. And speak directly to people about their concerns, their needs but also how the backdrop of policy is really impacting them. You know and I really do believe that is the kind of thing. I worked my entire life trying to trying to do right always out there with the people and trying to tell the people's story. Our care deeply about the most vulnerable among US marginalized community, most certainly a black folks in this country, but also the poor any race the marginalized anyways so into America. We've been trying to. Obviously it's shifted a bit through. I Kobe nineteen right so now we're. Quest heard in with the engaged with how people are You know the fallout from Kobe nineteen whether it's the the emotional stuff with his health, related impact was the economic impact and now in. This Arab uprising rebellion in protests. We've shifted again to to address in all of the concerns around systemic racism the the the initial ideals of white supremacy that in so many ways to guide this country. The protests respect all of those things, so that's a long answer, but that is into America.
"ahmad" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"About this guy that I just it was. Just unbelievable and it took me a while before. I got normalized so I really? Just stare at him. Unsure. But you know what you tapped into something. That's very interesting for us. Who Do this job which is, you can meet these very famous people and these people that are larger than life to you, and then when they sit down, they just like every other dudes. You haven't met at a barbershop who wanNA. Talk your ear off about this stuff that you might not necessarily you ought to talk about right now. Absolutely all. that. Wow! Isn't that a boxer? About. The GOP, that loan genius! Let you. Be. Asked question maybe. It was one of those things that was really really really cool. So has anybody anybody that stands out to you just? Had you starstruck like because I know it's not a common occurrence for you because you've been around. Is World for a long time? I think Mandela. Then, Della was I was pretty much, but it took me a while to sort of relaxing. You know go ahead, but he may be the most incredible person I've ever met. I also think Obama's one of the most incredible people that I've ever met, so there's been a lot. There's been a lot of people I just can't. You know I don't know how to I? Don't know how to put him in. You know. Before the just been tunnels, but there's not a day that goes by that I might see something or hear something and go. Hey, helmet guy one time and it could be anybody. is saying. You know right you. Know. He. He knew I was in the seventies, and that's Kinda, the way it started. Generally about Sammy Davis Junior Areas? And the guy called me and my roses, eight seven, Davis. Junior, and why are you giving? First of all, he's a big football fan, huge fan, but I'm cooking, so come on over your shoulder going. That's how I ended up meeting him and then move farther. He came to Minnesota to perform for a week right other stadium, and so I saw him every day during that time, so it was just weird. Things sort of happened that way. It's everyday is a hard one to explain to people who weren't around a little bit forward right? Like who is he a really famous editor? What Beta famous? Here's a really famous in its ater. The rack patch you res- you, so it's like I think it's hard to explain to people who've rice and is that you could say frank's. Idea what made him a big deal? He's Frank Sinatra like you just got to be here now. Have you heard my? Story I have not so I'm in a room and I got a nice white. Soon on I'm in a room in Las Vegas and I walk into a room. Frank Sinatra sitting on a couch. I'm thinking man that's. Just the couch me I'm still playing ball at the time right now. Nervous and I'm trying to knock over there near it and he looks only goes hey. The mob reshot. Come on over here. Man! Come over here and sit down and talk you know. This guy's a big football. Big Football and they all gamble. Gamble on the NFL Games, so has come over and sit down. I'm a little nervous. He's talking. Asked me a bunch of questions in this together it on the table. There is a some walk moly and some. So. I'm sitting in trying to act natural and feel natural. Just kind of talk in these. Ask me a bunch of questions. Hold on I'm thinking man if my mom knew that I was sitting here and talking to price now. Wouldn't believe I WanNa Pearl now just to kill somebody that I'm really in ear so now. I'm trying to Relax Inn I. take a bit things I. Different in this Guacamole and notice. He's watching me as I. Put in my mouth soon as I bite down on it I, realized it's the what's the green stuff the how? That you put. On Sushi though on Sabi were Robbie. It's a whole bowl of with Sabi. Welcome moly. Rick and I. Put it in my mental. Close out my hallway and. Your. Sweat everywhere. I'm sweating. And Wayne is. Because they knew it was resigning in certain. Back it'd be goes. This cat loves them the. Embarrassed me. The whole room was like because I was sweating. In the whole fast bowler three years later, I'm in France south of France. I walk look. He's in there and he goes out still like that was. I can't imagine being able to cool bad in the world and accidentally made the worst mistake. I could possibly Meghan that Bobi. Can Stop sweating. His. Having Own. IS THEY GO game? Tells a great live. You could just be like yeah. Fast for south of France strode up into. You GotTa Life At. The game of life. Got Enjoys okay. I'm very happy to has been a good one payment next time I'm in Florida. I gotTA catch up with you like I. Absolutely do this has been so much about really appreciated. Golf Clubs Oh yeah I haven't played in a while, but I'll go and bears myself. I. Move. Amara shop at. Thank you so much for joining us I really appreciate. is their latest. Here on the right time, due to a couple of times, a week may best. Eight handles everything behind the scenes. Thank you, sir, remember subscribed the rights. 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"ahmad" Discussed on High Noon
"Are hater. Coming up on this episode of the right time. We're to talk to Ahmad Rashad and you decide. Which of his stories is better, the one about Nelson Mandela. The one about prints. What about Michael Jordan? The one about Frank Sinatra the one about Barack Obama. Is that many of them but I. Hey Man. I don't know if you've been paying attention. It is out here in streets. People wonder when Jerry Jones going to say something about on stuff. That's going on outside. You Know Jerry. Jones is one of these cats who strident about everybody standing for the national anthem and everything else in you know people want to hear from those people want to go back and Jerry. Who was never silent has been solid and I think the best way that you could play Jerry silence in the context is. NASCAR had black lives. Matter car man. By you are behind NASCAR NASCAR, moment of silence at erase IT ATLANTA NASCAR has bubble wallace pushing the black lives matter car and NASCAR said nomo confederate flag at stay. That has gone looking at Jerry Jones like. Do you like? Do you even woke? Nascar Ladies and gentlemen. This is where we are like that everybody else. That has not done something and look I. Don't have all the answers for how companies in people and institution have this handled this all I'm saying is a whole lot of y'all high nascar on this one. Gay Did. You notice that they put the Ju- Breeze Black White BUBBA Wallace car stock image. Yes, everyday they try. They try to figure it out. Bubbas try to figure it out. Accidentally offended one of his relatives on the Internet the other day a day about that. No you didn't all right, so I tweeted out the thing about bubba wireless drive in the black lives, matter, car and people like wow. A guiding bubble is driving a black lives. Matter Car I'm like okay. bub-bubba is black right now. BUBBA is Darah while the junior. His Daddy is darrel while the senior. And he's not black. Right, 'cause you know. We do like to white. Dante's and all that kind of stuff. That's our common. As a love language for US anyway, so guy comes up is like so, what are you trying to say about Daryl? Until you nothing about Daryl, and then he said okay, because like so again you know. He and I talked about it. We got a little cooler on excited. Not appreciate that so again part. I'm like here's what it is. His name is Darah Wallets if I told you somebody's name Darah, while as you would think it was a black person, it turns out. It's white person who happens to have a black drive, the black lives matter car right, and and he understandably kind of defensive. Who knows all the things? They've heard next thing. I knew Bubbas. Daddy was in. My mentions talking about somebody talking about me with the hand, Wavy Emoji. Day A man. Wait is over here. Having a good time, somebody always gotta go. A snitch at the would be with John. I saw that discussion, but did John. Kitten actually know what it is. Kids because people were snitching and I'm like. Oh man did not know. John Kid was married to a black woman, but the thing was dependent on the picture. A couldn't quite tell if she was black woman, and then one of the kids he did not look like he had a black pair, but then you pull up their family picture and a couple of 'em definite like it's a lot of punnet squares. You know what I'm saying and we laugh at those things. It's no Har Penilla scams. And squares, man shuffled the deck. All kinds of weird stuff. It's school. Would you do with the genetic stuff with the boxes and it'll be you know what I'm saying. Remember Doing punnet squares. What is this? I have. You know. Anyway. Genetic Sarah Fascinating thing, and they manifest themselves in the kitchen, fairly picture and next thing I know I got my mom. We're a quarter black I like. What I? What happened was I saw a picture of a dude named Jalen Kidney. And, he didn't look black so I did Hashtag White Jalen and then it became a re- how it was, but the defense coordinator Lsu we had to research and try to figure out Dave Aranda. It was one of those cases somebody had to go snitch and mess up to fun. Anyway backed it. Yeah there. We go the punnet squares you remember that. You have to explain what the pundits square is for people because I. Don't think people know what is Google in. But like Oh yeah, we used to do that. We can't explain all jokes anyway back to NASCAR. This is interesting what they've got going and what? They're doing. One thing you have to remember about NASCAR. This is a very important distinction. NASCAR is a privately owned company like Nascar. Is a family business in effect. It's not a league in the way like the NFL the NBA. Everybody. That's not how NASCAR gets down. Like the France family has run NASCAR for the longest. They have a new chairman who is not a member of the family. The Chairman and CEO I'm not sure which way I. I have been surprised that they have been as proactive about this as they have I don't think they deserve a lot of credit for the confederate flag, thing and I say they don't deserve a lot of credit. 'cause twenty twenty I. still had the confederate flag like how was dappled y'all up. Am My supposed to do about something like that? I'm not inclined to do that. That's not that's not where I am on like good that they went ahead and did it, but you don't really get any credit for it. My question is why didn't you do it before if you feel that it's. For you to do now. That's what I WANNA know. Better about these things, it can't just be a bygones. Be Bygones. Order situation especially now when the bygones be, bygones is at the behest. The white people like I was saying they don't get a lot of credit for this only people telling me Oh. You're never satisfied only white people saying that. You know and is no shade to Nascar for the fact. They decided to do it, but he is shade NASCAR that it wild up taking so long for them to do it. I feel the same way about what happened with the Red Sox red. SOX put out a statement at one hundred and eighty, because in we're at one hundred thousand, Fenway Park and put statement and said what story hundred said was right. You know all of this stuff. Why didn't Didn't do this before y'all could have done this before I had my back and forth with our breer about this, our remember with Adam Jones says the word our said that didn't happen, because he's never heard anybody say the inward, if in way part, which apparently makes our brea, the only person has never heard anybody get called to in word at Fenway Park, or maybe he goes to games at Fenway, Park where there are no black people who play. Play against the Red Sox I. have no idea right, but let him tell the he'd never heard it. And then I go gave the blues when his statement came out, and he was like we'll go check my column and I..
"ahmad" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Are hater. Coming up on this episode of the right time, we're to talk to Ahmad, Rashad, and you decide which of his stories is better, the one about Nelson Mandela the one about prints. What about Michael Jordan? The one about Frank Sinatra the one about Barack Obama. Is that many of them but I? Hey! Man I don't know if you've been paying attention. It is out here in streets. People wonder when Jerry Jones going to say something about on stuff. That's going on outside. You Know Jerry. Jones is one of these cats who strident about everybody standing for the national anthem and everything else in you know people want to hear from. Those people want to go back and Jerry. Who was never silent has been solid, and I think the best way that you could play Jerry. Silence in the context is. NASCAR had black lives. Matter car man. By you are behind, Nascar, NASCAR moment of silence at erase it Atlanta NASCAR has bubble wallace, pushing the black lives, matter, car and Nascar. nomo confederate flag at stay. That has gone looking at Jerry Jones like. Do you like. Do you even woke? Nascar Ladies and gentlemen. This is where we are like that everybody else. That has not done something and look I don't have all the answers for how companies in people in institution have this handled this? All I'm saying is a whole lot of y'all behind NASCAR on this one. Gay Did you notice that they put the Ju- Breeze Black White BUBBA Wallace car stock image. Yes, everyday they try. They try to figure it out. Bubbas try to figure it out. Accidentally offended one of his relatives on the Internet the other day a day about that. No you didn't all right so I tweeted out the thing about bubba wireless drive in the black lives, matter, car and people like wow. A guiding bubble is driving a black lives matter car. I'm like okay. bub-bubba is black right now. BUBBA is Darah while the junior. His Daddy. Is Darrel while the senior? And he's not black. Right? 'cause you know. We do like to White Dante's and all that kind of stuff. That's common. As a love language for US anyway, so guy comes up is like so, what are you trying to say about Daryl? Tell you nothing about Daryl. And then he said okay, because like so again you know he and I talked about it. We got a little cooler on excited. Not appreciate that so again part I'm like here's what it is. His name is Darah Wallets if I told you somebody's name. Darah while as you would think, it was a black person, it turns out. It's white person who happens to have a black drive, the black lives matter car right, and and he understandably kind of defensive. Who knows all the things they've heard next thing I knew Bubbas. Daddy was in my mentions talking about somebody talking about me with the hand wavy Emoji. Day a man wait is over here. Having a good time, somebody always gotta go. A snitch at the would be with John. I saw that discussion, but did John Kitten actually know what it is. Kids because people were snitching and I'm like. Oh Man did not know John Kid was married to a black woman, but the thing was dependent on the picture. A couldn't quite tell if she was black woman, and then one of the kids he did not look like he had a black pair, but then you pull up their family picture and a couple of 'em definite like it's a lot of punnet squares. You know what I'm saying and we laugh at those things. It's no, Har Penilla scams. Squares airman shuffled the deck. All kinds of weird stuff. It's school. Would you do with the genetic stuff with the boxes and it'll be you know what I'm saying. Remember Doing punnet squares. What is this I have? You know. Anyway. Genetic Sarah Fascinating thing, and they manifest themselves in the kitchen, fairly picture and next thing I know I got my mom. We're a quarter black I like. What I what happened was I saw a picture of a dude named jalen kidney. and. He didn't look black so I, did Hashtag White Jalen? And then it became a re- how it was, but the defense coordinator. lsu We had to research and try to figure out Dave Aranda. It was one of those cases somebody had to go snitch and mess up to fun. Anyway backed it. Yeah there. We go the punnet squares you remember that. You have to explain what the pundits square is for people because I don't think people know what is Google in. But like Oh yeah, we used to do that, we can't explain all jokes anyway back to Nascar this is interesting what they've got going and what? They're doing. One thing you have to remember about NASCAR. This is a very important distinction. NASCAR is a privately owned company LIKE NASCAR is a family business in effect, it's not a league in the way like the NFL the NBA everybody that's not how NASCAR gets down like the France. Family has run NASCAR for the longest. They have a new chairman who is not a member of the family, the Chairman and CEO I'm not sure which way I. I have been surprised that they have been as proactive about this as they have. I don't think they deserve a lot of credit for the confederate flag. Thing and I say they don't deserve a lot of credit. 'cause twenty twenty. I still had the confederate flag like how was dappled Y'all up? Am My supposed to do about something like that. I'm not inclined to do that. That's not that's not where I am on like good that they went ahead and did it, but you don't really get any credit for it. My question is why didn't you do it before if you feel that it's. For you to do now. You know that's what I WANNA know. Better about these things it can't just be a bygones. Be Bygones. Order situation especially now when the bygones be, bygones is at the behest. The white people like I was saying they don't get a lot of credit for this only people telling me Oh. You're never satisfied only white people saying that. You know and is no shade to NASCAR. For the fact. They decided to do it, but he is shade. NASCAR that it wild up taking so long for them to do it. I feel the same way about what happened with the red. Sox Red, sox put out a statement at one hundred and eighty, because in, we're at one hundred thousand Fenway Park, and put statement, and said what story hundred said was right. You know all of this stuff. Why didn't do this before y'all could have done this before I had my back and forth with our breer about this. Our remember with Adam Jones says. The word. Our said that didn't happen..
Discussing 'The Talk'
"So on top of just having to be a mom, and do things like teach the oldest how to drive your also as a black mother, a black mother of three black boys. Having to talk to them about the news in a very specific way. What are you saying to them about? George Floyd and his death and the police and these protests. Yeah, it's obviously not the first time they are sixteen in fourteen, and for some people You know this may be the first time they've had to have the conversation. It is not the first time for us. we had to have what's known in the black culture as the talk. Many of times I'll never forget. There was a time. Earlier House. We had a park right behind us, and they wanted to go to the park. This was all say you know I kind of put them in. Errors was right around the time of Landau, Casteel and Alton Sterling and I was it was really wrong with me. My third son was just born and. You know I had many moments where I was holding him getting him. And crying as I did so, because I, while loved this little bundle of joy, immensely also just the amount of fears and worries of what I just brought into the world again with another black Sun, and the burdens that I have to carry that again, and so it was really raw for me around that time and I just remember them asking go to the park and the laundry list of what I had to tell them. Don't wear your hood. Don't put your hands in your pocket. If you get stopped, don't run. Put Your hands up. Don't make a lot of moves. Tell them your mother works for NPA I mean it just went on and on? There's IT's funny. They're stages as they start to get older one. It's the you just don't even want them to draw attention to themselves enough. For someone to call on them or get stopped then there's the stages of what you do. If you do get caught and then more recently, I remember. I had them watch. We all watch a family together Eva d'auvergne as when they see us. And it was really really hard for them to go through, and they were really torn because they were these were young kids. That was a central. Park five and they were Young kids themselves in there. Watching this and that was the first time that it changed to a new iteration of the talk and that talk was. What do you do once? You're inside those walls. Don't ever sign a confession. Don't ever let them tell you that. Your mom told you it's okay. Don't ever do this at and I was just like. Oh, my Gosh! It doesn't stop with this and so this time around. It has been more about. I will be honest This time around. It's more about what's not fair. And just be you know this just isn't fair? You guys, but this is the the world is. This is the way America is right now. It's the way it's been for a long time and I can't lie to you I. Don't think it's going to change in your lifetime, and it's just not fair. It's not fair for us to have to live like this. I, imagine. that it probably gets emotionally taxing for you. To keep having these conversations with your boys when stories like George Floyd up seems like every few weeks or months now What is your emotional state? Having to give this talk again and again and again. Yeah! You know it's I gotta be honest about it. The more happens the hardest to say optimistic about it. And I mean we have an example right here within the span of one month of two different incidences that we've had to talk to them through, and I will tell you with the Ahmad Aubrey. Shooting there was a sorrow. Honestly because we're in the in the middle pandemic, most of us were still in his shelter in place then and even pandemic, even when someone's home, even when everything when American world should be still and yet still killing black unarmed black men in the streets. That's the one thing we can still seem to count on for America and that hit me like a ton of bricks. And that hurt my heart that that was the truth of where racism is is in this country, but even when everything stopped, that's the one thing that continue dishes what it is and so that conversation with them that talk with there were a lot of tears. There were a lot of a lot of helplessness I. Don't know what to do anymore. You guys I don't know how to save you I. Don't know how to keep you safe. I don't know. You know my husband and I certainly have been sure to provide. Even you know wherever we did. Start a very good life for them more than what we had and make sure that we live places where we felt safe as a family where they were in the best school districts where they could you know I always looked at very diverse neighborhoods as well because that it was important to me. But. There was. There started to be fought for the first time of I. Did everything to make sure that we weren't in crime ridden areas. And that we were in safe neighborhoods, and that they did get the best and. Still. I fear for them walking down the street. Still. Did I do even more of a disservice by being the only black family on this street. Do we have to do more work by making sure that everyone knows us? And everyone knows our heart in who we are and be friends with everyone, and even if that is that enough, because you don't know if someone's mother-in-law visits, and and does it no, you and wonder why my kids are riding their bike, or if someone wanders over from another street and questions us, it's it's. It's one of those places where I you know my talk with my kids at that point is. I it was a bit like I. said I'm hopeless. I! Just don't know what to do anymore I just
Massive, Peaceful Protests Demand Police Reform
"Work tomorrow marks two weeks since George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police and millions of Americans continue to call for police reform and justice for the countless black men and women they say were unjustly murdered by police one of today's rallies is under way at Cambridge common right now Jeremy Warnick of Cambridge police says they're working with organizers the plan in place there is traffic will be closer diverted as necessary according to the needs of the year we will have staff on board to support those that attend today and provide them with that everything you know all the resources that they may need the Boston black memorial for George Brianna and Ahmad online funeral procession begins at two PM and goes until for that George Brianna and Ahmad of course as George Floyd Brianna Taylor at the Louisville M. T. who was shot by police in our home back in March and Ahmad are buried they've charged jogger in Georgia gunned down by alleged racist vigilante is then a March against racism starting at four at Boston city hall plaza and later tonight a candlelight vigil at east Somerville public
Ending Racism with a Loving Heart
"High Spring, welcome back onto the hey. How's meditations podcast High Matteo so happy to be here, yeah. You and I recorded a podcast episode a few months ago. Meditation, Shamanism and Plant Medicine and your work with. Black and communities of Color in Oakland, and also with indigenous healers in Peru, but and we were going to air that episode, but as the world has been completely upended in the last month with the worldwide coronavirus pandemic and now. The unrest in deep manifests suffering in the US. Following the killing of George, Floyd. Unite thought it would be better to record a new podcast episode, so thanks for coming back so spring. I I I want to ask you. How are you doing right now? while. I'm doing really well in the face of all these different things that are happening I think it's a lot for all of us to hold, and you know one thing about me as I'll always continue doing what I. Do you know being a light in the world sharing teachings helping others in on some level that never changes no matter what the circumstances are. Right right how how is your heart? Right now with especially. I mean I know that you were in actually long-term retrieve like a six month retreat when you forced to leave that because of the pandemic and then you come out of that and now were in the last weeks, with unrest. How is your heart doing? Yeah I mean I was in a three month? Retreat so I have done six months retreat I love that I was on a three month course and halfway through, yet like many of us they decided to close the center where we were, and and that was probably the hardest part was sort of leaving and not having any idea of where I was going to go, and you know I had my whole calendar and a lot of that was in South America. So it's been a time of you know re evaluating everything and then discovering what are the opportunities now? Where where where am I called to work? Now you know as I see myself as a author. Yes, a teacher, but also a healer, and so for me, this was just. An opportunity to. figure out how best serve what I needed to do. You know so I went through big stages of grief at the beginning I think many of us did is just the shock and the loss of things, and and now I'm kind of more I have more momentum. Extent that reality and that's the heart is right. It's SORTA houses buoyancy, you know we go down. We go into the the sorrows of fear, and then you know we always rise again so at this moment. I'm kind of on an up. Note with is like okay, here's. This experience here we have all this this race and racism. That's kind of been. Highlighted with George Floyd's death in the other death of Ahmad, Aubrey and others, and now it's like okay. How do I need this? And and how do I help? How do I share how away? How do I bring some compassionate to this situation for myself and the my communities and the communities worldwide? I! I want to be mindful not to have in just full transparency here so I'm a white man, and you identify as an African American woman. Is that how you identify I? Do you know Biracial? My mother's white. My father is African American, but I appear as a woman of color, though and definitely you know how I identify as conventional reality for sure. So I I want to be mindful not to have. As they say not to have you do the emotional labor for me or for white people that that is to say to like so if you want as during our conversation the questioning today. If you want to say hey, Matteo, you need you to educate yourself by reading. These books go watch thirteenth, endear white people I understand. Okay. I'll let you know. For sure,
Trump's promise to "forgotten men and women" stops short at ending racism
"President trump promised that the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer he promised action on behalf of those who had been ignored by the powerful and to fix a system that had kept them ignored this week protesters took to the streets to fix a broken system they marched on behalf of forgotten men and women George Floyd Brianna Taylor Ahmad armory for gotten that they were citizens forgotten that they were human president George W. bush said Floyd's death resulted from systemic racism the latest in a long series of tragedies not incidents but victims of a system that had forgotten them the marchers pushing across the nation sought justice which starts with the recognition some answer was required to the cry of pain to show that it was heard not in the ear but in the heart justice requires a hearing this was a moment for a president a few paragraphs in the usual briefs that relation of public care were not enough in a nation dedicated to a quality the president is the one official who represents everybody and who could use his office to focus national concern the president could bear witness we know what it looks like when the president considers an issue vital he takes emergency action when he doesn't that sends a signal to Monday night president trump made
Atlanta - 'Hunted down and executed': Shooter used racist slur as Arbery was dying, court told
"Kelly magistrate moves them murder cases forward for three men after prosecutor argues that they hunted and and executed executed the the unarmed unarmed Ahmad Ahmad armory armory in in February February D. D. B. B. I. I. special special agent agent in in charge charge Richard Richard dial dial testified testified Gregory Gregory McMichael McMichael told told police police that that his his quote quote gut gut instinct instinct told told him him Ahmad Ahmad armory armory was responsible for neighborhood burglaries when he saw John bye he and son Travis grabbed their guns Roddy Brian saw what was happening and jumped in his own truck to follow after yelling do you got him they all tried boxing in armory was already have tracking come jumping out of the way then after Travis shot arboreta re times Brian told them he heard cries Michael my statement Veronica waters ninety five point five W. S. B.
Weve Been Here Before
"Brianna Taylor Ahmad Armory George Floyd Tony. mcdaid, the names of the latest black lives lost to racist violence. These murderers are reminder that this brutality isn't just a current trend is the excited state of affairs this country today we're taking a moment to acknowledge their lives in talk about how we're processing it all this is the not. We make this show we make it the intent to make black people smile. Make it as a way to celebrate our culture to feel a bit like an escape, but these moments we can't ignore them. There can be no culture to celebrate if we aren't allowed to cherish it. We were recording this on Thursday. May Twenty eighth, two thousand, nine hundred ninety five days since Ahmad, artery was murdered by two white men in Georgia. One of those men was a retired cop. Seventy six days since Brianna Taylor was gunned down in her own home by police in Louisville and just three days since George Floyd was brutally suffocated by Minneapolis police. Yesterday thousands of people took to the streets for a second night protesting and to draw national attention to their demands for justice on behalf of George Floyd and this is all in the midst of global pandemic and financial crisis, both of which are disproportionately affecting black people. There's no way to adequately verbalize the collective. Sorrow in anger we feel. But. We WanNA speak to this tragedy in the best way we can. So Brittany you know with everything happening in our day to day lives I just want to take some time and decompress with you. How are you feeling? Like I was already doing a lot of just emotional overhaul and management. -partment allies with Cova in itself. As you know many people close to me very close to me got pretty sick. Not Everybody made it. It's been hard. I think in general, sometimes, just trying to get in the mode of being entertaining as we need to for the show. Yeah, this time it's been really tough. I also have lost people. Close to me, yeah, I've been trying really hard. It's kind of like push through you know. Keep focusing like this is a temporary situation, and so with this week. Kind of being reminded of these things that put me in space of. No, this isn't temporary. There's this larger pattern and things that are kind of always at play. Just pushed me into a feeling like everything in Phnom at the same time I think that for a variety of reasons. We're. Experiencing, compounded trauma when you add. Witnessing these deaths of black people, all of that mental gymnastics, in addition to those of us who are still going outside to go to work or going to the store. It's maddening. It's a lot to carry, and you had at once. Social Media and kind of like all these digital tools and we have our disposal. Like some of the only spaces we have to be able to interact with our community. And so to have that exist as this place that is really triggering for a variety of reasons is hard, and it's like it leaves you. Are Uncertain of kind of where to turn, and it's feels especially tough, because like we can't be outside and feel safe, but we also aren't safe in our homes. Brianna Taylor was at home. I have not yet gone outside to run by myself. And I realized that it's likely because of what happened to Ahmad Barberie. Being able to go outside for a walk, run like one of the only ways that I could actually maintain. My mental health it having that tool kind of taken away from me is mentioning what your brain eventually becomes trained to protect you from, and I think that's really important to put in context, the degree of feeling and emotion that people are feeling who have in this moment still gone out to protest for justice I know for a fact that everyone out there is also thinking about how potentially dangerous that is, but to me, it feels like a testament to the sometimes hopelessness anger the rage, just all these emotions in the strength of them, and how much we've been feeling them the entire time.
"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 News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Heartbroken but ready social war years rides up as we have seen with the killing of Ahmad armory yes this is still not justice if those who are responsible are not held accountable a father son duo decided to kill a twenty five year old black male who was simply jogging now we have the video but you never get away from the politics of it all let me explain to you the politics you see the police department that decided not to arrest the former cop who was involved in the killing that police chief is appointed by the county commission that county commission is elected by the people of Glynn county Georgia the district attorney who decided not to prosecute that district attorney is elected by the people of Blaine county the second district attorney and elected official the third district attorney was an elected official as well if you want to submit submit to transforming your local politics for zero four nine two two seven zero three they get any conversation people want to know what the answer is what are we going to do the answer is so simple that people don't want to accept it the answer is simple here's here's your answer here's what you do the way that you're thinking right now about this Ahmad armory case the way that you're thinking just imagine if the people who are in elected authority thought like you how different things would be if people in elected authority felt like you now we realize that there are people that you can put in that elected authority end if you don't find them you become them you become the person in the elected authority four zero four nine two two seven zero three I know it sounds simple and some will still say well the system is just to cover up what you damn right is corrupt is not correct because the system is corrupt the system is an abstract the system of the skeleton the system is a hollow shell what makes the system corrupt does to activate the system the people this ever gets all this of the system the system does not have to be corrupt because you have individuals who can transform the culture let's go to Betty Betty good day welcome it yes good morning Mister Richard thank you for taking my call calling I'm upset this morning as always in reference to this young man it'll be a coupler in a couple of days my son was twenty five when he was murdered what we need sorry yes Sir what we need to do is come together and support this family what happened was unfortunate but unfortunately is going to happen again so what are we gonna do we gonna be right back out here doing the same old thing and you're absolutely correct we must hold I elected officials accountable I'm sad because we haven't heard anything from them the what I'm talking about the black elected officials the warmth is running for office what a big thing and what are they going to do they make all these promises we can't keep bear in our children something has to be done and as far as green county you got to understand that area down near of above the law enforcement people and they they are closely connected down there and you might have to have a change of venue in order to get justice and I'll leave you with this when I do my prison Tatian isn't there a three solutions and one of the solutions to that gun violence is advocating for better transparency between law enforcement and family is involved in homicide shooting whether it be black on black crime war you know a police involved shooting and thirdly we'll be on a very large and it happened the automated logic Muhammad one day it we tried everything except United we've got the unified and we must unify it all calls and once you're in a fight we must stand for the past like a wall against injustice and thank you for taking my call I pray that this family will get justice and my organization would be there to support that mother in the coming days in the coming months thank you so much Sir thank you says that pre shave your call this morning four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three let's go to Joseph I'm calling from somewhere Massachusetts Joseph I don't want to mess with that I agree with you great how are you what we do well what could you have completed a contract maintenance women will need to be going on you have got to be the course what what when he was featured at the time the clock university yeah Paul Williams who will cover it I started off right start to fly to give added value to the five point five diluted well we got real I believe there was collusion report through the post for the opener Catherine if I could be I would be opposed to that tomorrow it could be could a mocked up with people when many existing N. double ACP wait a minute brother hold on so I'm trying to get clarity on something you said now gauging the conversation going to America but I asked you a question about you protest in double ACP or national so back when we almost didn't kill you that's what you call what should the mud covering it up but people will actually question brother I know so you don't come on my show and commit to commentary you actually gave a conversation yeah hello well you say silly stuff your silly guy so I don't keep you beyond the break have a good day four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three you're getting real development radio them suffrage morning Joe the well well you're the one you know I mean you know there's a there's nothing better than being a television show that on TV close to four oh four eight nine two two seven oh three our news and talk thirteen eighty W. 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"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
"Com. And you find me functional tennis just Google Functional. Tennessee will find me are five on twitter and and we're going to end this shortly but when I WANNA WANNA ask. You is already busy these days. Everybody we've no time for anything anymore. Attention spans are really slow. But you've been very successful. You've made touch tennis in international sport. And meanwhile people want has he done this grown the so much like working all day in the other time you've built order successful businesses on you currently working and your businesses and your family. Have you managed to do all this? It's really quite simple. Actually you a few boxes in front of you and you make sure you put them all on a stick and you put a little wheel underneath and were around bowl and you put as much as you counter every box to make sure that thing never tips over unloved feazel having a C. So you know let see Susanna playground g loads and stuff on one side. It doesn't swing. Nothing happens dollars buggery but if you put people you know you you five. Boxes Family Business. Health Spa Fun. Playtime work all of those little boxes. You put them on that seesaw and spread them out and make sure you put the same amount into every one of them. You don't end up with an imbalance. It's about not getting sucked into one to mcnutt. Spend too much time on quarter too much time working in one of them true very true. It's hard thing to do though it is hard. It's a balancing his juggling but the most important things are you know you put the most important things right in the center of the sea so they don't tip other ones you're gonNA put the most weight on a your family you health. You put those in the middle and on the fringes you put the other things and you just make sure that you talk them up accordingly to make sure that they don't tipo good. The interest hadn't thought about it like that before but hope someday gets a bit of makes use it out. I think very useful so tanks for that and your secrets you have for us and you're welcome. Yeah if you're lucky enough to marry your best friend. Make sure we'll never ever stop reminding him that the reason you're ever been successful at anything very important. Aren't they on a Tantrum out? Everything without my wife. That'd be nothing. Notre ferry agreed that very important. They just allow you to do things you never talk. You could do and encourage it on. They just keep pushing you which is amazing. Thank you very much water tank before i. Who's the most famous touch? Tennis player in. The world will meet after the go..
"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 KROQ 106.7FM
"Though view and to be looking them about it in the book within a non of the package will be invisible look in the my either ahmad ever been any of the p m be enough on the bug was on northbound within tbi leave lead it's made me no two two two the golden moment be the in third goal not pathetic goal work in nantou something nadem proud of the box in boxy to world in the vision we've lost feet from justice is more seek from just the product and the system could test being gator masterpiece neared on nafta same thing we're not to seize stack answered the even the lead the bosnian was solely only at due to terry.
"ahmad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That different kgb different breed and obviously tough as hell in no way will mccarty ahmad field that's not how they do that there and that's really not how he does that i shall juve alex bragman i'll tell you when i'm going to move him to is soon as i know it but as i said that up to do is talk about veteran's day from it and what that means tomorrow is veteran's day and with that in might i do i take time out of the program and i won once again thank those who have served those who are currently serving those who have made the ultimate sacrifice once again you have our admiration or appreciation our respect a set up before i need to say it again right now there is nothing that we could ever say or do to repay you to honor you as much as you deserve thank you so much for your service because without our vets making the sacrifices that they have made in many cases the ultimate sacrifice i can't do what i do you can't do what you do essentially we would not have the opportunities in the freedom the we have in less somebody was willing to fight for it even die for it and most of us having had to make the ultimate i mean we're talking about people who have made the ultimate sacrifice for saudi that they have never met and never will yet were the ones who enjoy the fruits of that and what about that sacrifice what is that sacrifice look like what does that feel like that's something that will never ever know anything about but i do have a better idea about what it might look like after speaking of green beret neighbouring neighbouring was our podcast this week you can still download that he's been on multiple jeanjacques and afghanistan and he spoke of a moment did he had in iraq the tap a moment that will haunt you for the rest of your life if you were there to see it and maybe even if you weren't two thousand eight you were in iraq in an ied took out the vat you uh what are you remember about that yeah.
"ahmad" Discussed on Channel 955
"Three the only liam payne woo the defence ahmad is sixty really woo my mom so i need to make up okay gotcha okay first song in the mojo in the morning throwback throwdown title and artists is what i'm looking for first a three wins song is thought by spy kalemie bed i wanna sex you i wanna sex you up his the forgot his plan and we're talking song all the breeding emails nice in email lowered to oil or talk show twenty minutes about ninety to greet christmas how 'bout halloween next weekend all right spike is on the board next song in the mojo in the morning throwback throw down title and artists is spike spike as riano what's my name buzzer slim slam that's drake re oriana drake what's money you guided yes.
"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.
"ahmad" Discussed on The Talk Show
"Ahmad disputing the deaths were apple thinks internally i mean it's you know that they know what they want and they know they they might know think and i don't know i mean one thing that they know that's interesting it's always interesting to me is they know which ones are bullshit in which ones are yeah right and so and some of them are like there's there's enough stuff collect i have enough claim chowdhury bookmarks that not everything that's been published can possibly be true there's contradictory reports out there um and and the ones that are contradictory often cloud cover themselves the ones that know that the you know that they're they're on shaky ground my favorite trick is is to say that apple is still still deciding yes okay like a year or so out it gets lesson was believable when it comes closer to august and september but one thing that seems very leaky to me in still is this year is the the display providers the display suppliers for apple uh and i know they're sharp end uh against samsung is the contracting company for oleds uh and some of the stuff it's like not even like rumors i mean some of the stuff like like uh it's like in they may not say it's apple but there's like finally regulatory filings where these companies have said we have a you know we're providing ten million of these displays for a major company for a layup and someone even say apple and i wonder if they get a look at phone call after that like at their earnings statements were their press conferences in china they'll say apple's buying blah blah blablabla and he just wonder how fast at phone rings now uh.
"ahmad" Discussed on Marketing Secrets
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