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Fresh update on "akil" discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"Back to back national titles as the captain captain of team. Usa the world. Juniors comes in as a rookie skates the most minutes right as a rookie in leading he in encountering miller were tied at the last game. I didn't check to see as minutes last night. So technically might be second but whatever skating with drew doughty against the top. You know lines on the other team and drew doughty two time stanley cup champion. Two time olympic gold medal winner. Norris trophy winner all star world cup blah blah blah. Drew doughty singles him out as one of the most vocal players. One of the guys that he personally learns from and has said now repeatedly not just once or twice repeatedly that he hopes to play with him for years to come likes playing with him likes having him drew doughty talked about needs like the the need for the team to improve the roster in the offseason but very clearly stated. I don't necessarily think we need to bring anybody on the blue line. I like the blue line. I like playing with my henderson. Like so okay so so. Let's maybe pump the brakes on this unicorn player that we're supposed to find this going to unlock drew doughty but also to that point you hope. That guy is like turcott thomas. I don't know. I mean anderson dolan every time i've had a chance to talk to doesn't strike me as a big raw raw locker room guy but he's very intense competitive. Takes the game very seriously. And so you hope this this pattern of drafting guys. That have worn letters whether it's in college whether it's juniors whether it's on international teams you know leash anderson. Akil tom quinton by field. Mikey anderson to buys the orange foot I'm sure i'm leaving off a couple of names of guys but you hope that that will not only a whole prospect was. Yes you hope that that. Not only in inject talent in the lineup. But also again i. I wish there was a more clearly defined word than than leadership but leadership. Because we don't have willie mitchell. Justin williams migrate towards jarret. Stoll matt green like some of those guys are in the organization still but they're not in the locker. Yeah exactly and so so. I hope that is brought in as well. Yeah and i agree. I think you look at the the personalities of of some of the prospects in some of the younger players you know turkey. A guy who's vocal player. He's leader Someone that could stand up in the locker room. I think by field will eventually get there. He's obviously very young in an experience. I think that's going to take time But those two players that are obviously going to be what we assume. Is that next. Wave of Cars in the doughty's browns. Who are those guys that. Step up in moving forward. They're not gonna be here forever..
"akil" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"On. Tax. You. GotTa break on what happened. And Raising. Arrays. With car. With your a as. Hamdi. If so where where you can find the middle? Why did you do that? What happened? What happened is he was sticking around with these people. That's why she left here jeff out she should have replied back to feed these pineapples to the next man. So his taste better than yours. Telling me what he wrote. To get rid of that. You Miss A. No not at all but you miss right now. As he do. Not. From, time to time. Agitated whatever they went. It probably be but you never know. I'm going to find out what what happened to panel. I ain't got life I was. Like, Hey, we said, thanks for the edible arrangement. We enjoyed a fruit. This is horrible I basically. Any, brought me. Back over there. You gave you gave her. Z.. Fruits Energy and I forgot about no pineapple they say they meet the pool smell. Good? I would have posted on instagram like my new eating pineapple for my ex. Boo. Dr dre given his ex wife charity money. Thank you Bravo hello. WHO's this? NASTILY Good Morning Good Morning. Now, we're talking about breaking up over Tex. What are your opinions thoughts? My thoughts it's okay. right now, the Times of coronavirus. To talk about we need to go into. That now, you got time though still corona virus. I mean we can step facetime date and we can talk about it after the fact. But like let's not let this thing linger you know like just speak your truth this let it out. That I. gave it gave everybody a great idea because if you do if you don't have the heart to break up in person, you can just break up over text or voice messaging. BLAME IT ON CORONA VOX social distancing like we don't WanNa spend any extra germs I care so much about you need to let you know what I felt. That is so thank you, I. Love It. What's the moral of the story guys the mall story just make sure your girl can't fight. At the moral of the story is that's no real. That's the real biggest varying factor in whether or not. You WanNa break up in person isn't going to end. You get busted upside your head with something if so you might need to do it over tech's avoidance method I think voice message. All right well, we got one was away yes. Cardi B. got somebody arrested and I say for good reason all right we'll get into that next keep a lot this the breakfast club good morning. It's about. The report. Angeliki on? The, Breakfast Club. Well people were very critical of Mike for a meeting with the Georgia governor Brian Kemp Governor Kemp tweeted out today Marty and I had a great meeting with economic. We discussed how small businesses and the music industry are weathering the pandemic, the value of our skilled trade workers and our fight to end human trafficking in Georgia. We look forward to seeing him again soon, but he got a lot of criticism because of the optics and kill make responded to all that criticism. You know people have a lot of issues but Kim for stealing the election and for voter suppression and all. Of that were you gonNA say Charlemagne. I'll say all those foods coming from micro rendon. You know what I'm saying black people know who out here frontline for us by God bless them Black Guy Blessing. Okay. Everybody more worried about their perception than actual progress come on Y'all know who killer Mike is who blackened killing my killing Mike one of the most black black man i. know he banked Blackie bide black several black ministers employs black people L. Yesterday while they was on twitter trip and he was feeding three hundred black people. I. Believe with the bankhead seafood trucks Oh man please. I right. So somebody had asked Mike on Twitter. So you are talking to camp on the behalf of your community and he responded after I saw council from community activists that I know and have worked with over twenty years, black judges and lawyers, black business leaders M my neighbors I absolutely did I pay taxes in Georgia and owned business there. I'm checking up on my dollars at work I also meet with my city council member state REP and Mayor I Suggest. Georgians do the same. He said only time will tell and as far as if he's GonNa fix. Any of the things that he discussed. He said I plan to keep doing what was on the t shirt I wore we all mess some of my issues blacks, in Georgia, having more than two percent of state contracts while making up thirty five percent of the state black men and boys getting free trade school versus building more jails adjusted system that deals. With children's trauma versus killing them you need better issues. Yeah and they don't even know of Mike and Brian Kim talked about fully they have an opinion and people keep saying, Oh, well, Brian Kim suppressed the vote against Stacey Abrams. Well, he's still the governor of Georgia so you're not supposed to engage with him that makes no sense to me, and by the way if you're worried about Brian Kim suppressant to vote why not worried about Joe. Biden, who wrote. To Eighty six mandatory minimum sentencing on Ada crack laws in ninety four crime bill young problem running this speak to him a vote for him in November. So don't tell me about Michael is meeting with does anybody I trust in a room full of oats? Is Michael were ended? Man is a true leader I write and listen if you're talking about ending human trafficking and you can sit down and have a meeting with me with anybody that's going to help us. All right now, Cardi B. since we're talking about politics, he actually says on her live that she hired a private investigator to arrest. Trump's support who actually put her address out there listen to what she said something. Intense did show supporter host the my edges and Kerr's people who box my home to pull my house on fire. I literally hired a private investigator Ed served with a warm and. Boy My what was a? Teenager his parents were. I am not mad at that at all. I love. I got money private investigator because you. Really do nothing about that. So you got hire somebody and she got that kid arrested. All on all social media agitators to get arrested in sued. I'm sick of these people being able to say anything they want to you. Online ads asked locked up, sued him and then private investigators a good. They'll find out your. Address at people if find out how much money in a bank account to see his wife Suan, all kinds of stuff. I just had to high one the other day. Got Me all the Information Anita yesterday got like knows are got a lot of Intel on all my enemies trust me. Trust me. I had had a bad issue with the Stalker and this person was sending all kinds of food deliveries and stocking everywhere that I went and you know doing our and putting my ask my parents address online and. So it took a while but they found the person and you know found her mom who who was like and she kept on posted pictures under a fake page on instagram and changing it. But she had herself as a white man with a gun but the detective actually told me it's probably A. Woman. WHO's doing that? Because they say he's usually the opposite. They post as like their profile picture and it was it was a young black girl who was in college, but she did have some mental issues. But this is something that went on for quite some time and it was you know it was threatening my friends online. She was posting all kinds of stuff calling people.
"akil" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"That sucker in my back pocket I was like, okay. I I it just like I said, Hey, this is their empowerment and when when when. Women are empowered by their own sexuality. By their choice, they will be responsible they will show up they will buy the condoms and not gonNA. Wait for a man they will take care of themselves when they own sexual choice sex positive right and then they're like Yeah. Not Take it out and then I was like, okay, we'll Ben boomer taken out blue to. So when raising I said so wasted what you're telling me this is like this, the all note session with executives. So what you're telling me is so jokes about sex when it's for the pleasure of men they are okay. But when women what have have their own choice of pleasure then that's not OK in two thousand whatever it was and they turn red and they were mad and then it was like it's vinegar to agents day still we were still talking about it was more like you one and it was more and I was like, thank you. We have more with Moro Bronco Kill. When we come back, don't move as the breakfast club good? Morning? Fording everybody is DJ Envy Angela Yeesh Alameda Guy we are the breakfast club was still kicking it with Mara Bronco Kill me more. You don't. You don't get the credit you deserve for not just being a creative literally reviving networks to your work. You did it girlfriends on UPN game for CW BEING JANE WE'LL BE? In their rewards for that does that get you like Green License Hollywood forever? I guess Netflix deal. I finally got there but I will banking for a saying I'm very proud of it and you know you know I wanna be I I want that to be known I want people to see that because at took a Lotta work and I'm proud of that it also launched a lot of careers by holding by holding the door open not only launching the door but holding the door open people a lot of people got a chance to develop, which is another is one of the biggest asset is time and experience so that we can develop voices that can carry on the baton. You can have the insecure of the world. So the rewards are in that the rewards are in insane that we were able to do it, and we sustain it and the careers we were able to feel and to be honest Charlemagne and took a light take a lot of pride both me and Salim. Do we take a of pride on the many jobs that job creation that we were able to do for people to put roofs over their head to send kids to college to all of those things are in this moment for me so that? Would be the validation that I i. You know there are times when I feel sorry for myself when I'm ego trip in and I want some hardware, maybe I want the call my name I want somebody to be celebrated in the way of an emmy or of that nature. Those are still goals of mine but God has a plan and I am hoping that and I'm still in the game. So I'll I'll I'll get there is going to be interesting because I have a feeling girlfriend is gonNA break a lot of records on Netflix's far viewing. Yes. I you talk like that. A really. Interesting to see how people you know you just just come back around to you relax relax. Thanks. To fight that I said black man going gonNA show up for the show they were like because there were times when they wanted the guys to be a little sillier on the shell like the you know sort of taking potshots more at math. It's not going to be a male bashing show and I think a lot of black men were worried. It was going to be 'cause I was said that. The women are as they're going to be as great as the men are great. We have to make great challenges for them. So anyway, that was one of my theories in the fact that you're big fan and your your girlfriend. Now your wife said, sit down and watch it. What made you stay? Why? What are some of your favorite episodes? What did you see that made you girlfriends number one fan? I think I think because it was very relatable because it seem like at the time it seemed like now you know what I mean like they weren't Corny. You know like you would hear like the hip hop Lingo and the hip hop conversation and for me at the time that that cut through wh what was on TV At the time and then it was depiction go don't not the women of course because you learn so much. But the brothers like William because. William was somebody who people might consider. Cardi. But he wasn't he had a great job yet a lot of women women that he was. God. Darnell was like the working class black man who was really trying to do right by his family and you know I just I don't know if this is relatable on. So many different. Thank you. William was my oath to a lot of black rung were saying they're no good black mandate at house like we are. We have to take ownership for a lot of the brothers are overlooking just like you say Omar you don't get enough credit I don't think the brothers get enough credit for the good fathers that they are the you know the good boyfriends, husbands that they are I don't think that we talked about that enough in keep promoting one narrative. All the time, and so you know the dog that was. The, and so we've run into dogs defense ain't we we go have some of those but there's a lot of good brothers and we just don't talk about Kelsey Kelsey grammer he the EP on girlfriend in debt girlfriend got made at a time when I would assume it was harder to get a black show like that age. So how was he the white man a good partner? What would what would have been help? He's real simple. So he was huge. He was like keeping the lights on paramount. So meaning like paramount had had any sort of in frazier was the one it was is writing big checks I'm saying it was holding down. So I met him at that stage in his career right? He had deal like he would and she didn't have any shows that year he didn't eat it sell anything and I was we were kind of on the lake. My development was backwards and back UPN came to me and said, morrow we would love a companion piece for the parkers. I know motion parkers were already paired but they were having success with the parkers and they thought they were maybe got a switch nights and they wanted a companion piece. So what would you do and I basically piss them girlfriends but I didn't have a student it doesn't typically happen that way. Typically you have a studio partner and then you in the studio partner pitched to the network. I had a network had no studio and Kelsey at the time had nothing. He hadn't sold anything in the marketplace and So he still had money on the books meaning you know a studio Kelsey wants to do something he could be like, Hey, I found something. Let's get this in and and.
"akil" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"I'm king. Dr Seuss Pumpkin. Nickname. How You is so cute to calm in. Hey, pumpkin. A Halloween Jack. A. First of all congratulations to all girl. Breathe the. I ask thank you the Gracie awards we last night. That was a big deal. So I appreciate that. Thank you and I gotTa Air blazinrewards. Congratulations. Love. Thank you. Thank you. Automate congratulate you on your black effect podcast network. Check you out clues Bobby Yourself. Thank you. You'RE NOT GONNA. Tell me thank you for affecting stuff. Look at you affecting stuff. Out. Here. To be congratulations to you or your summit is you have coming up, you know I hear talking about mental health and Police don't. Can like tally up types coming up for Sunday we vote I think, right. Oh. Yeah Yep Yep Yep Yep. Now's the Dave as they've made his doing something. He got me involved with that. Shot the Dave. Bucket. Congratulations to you. What I do. I. Don't know. You're listening. To lip service right. and I'm not his name because you know he already getting back out here for being Paul trolls in touch with dogs and stuff, but there's a whole liar. Liar, out here lying on angrily for absolutely no reason and. This. Is laughing no reason like this. This is already play the Abbey and a liar being a liar for no reason I hated lying on, you hit it a liar. What tell us? On Behind the scenes to what? Was it was it was on the podcast it was on lip service we were talking about it. Well tell us if it was on a pack. Who was? Hit in Liar. What did he say that? I miss this. What took somebody told me what's going on And now in a real people tell. People that I'm addicted to adderall and that I pop at all the time and. You pop out role of never taken adderall in my life and he told Laurie out. But there was a whole lot of people in the room and she was like Angeles never taken adderall and he was diagnosed. She takes it I know for effect and she kept trying to explain no, that's not true with her all the time and he was on. I don't know why he said that. You would have had assured I. Remember when I was at used first birthday party the first time I went back was Allegedly by. Coke he was coped up the first time. I ever met him Bro. All right we don't know that. That's. Exactly what? He would go. Oh God. Aren't but. US Admiral Always Cham- always stirring it up man. You Like the MESSI bottom he is. I've never used had a role in my life. Would you know I? Don't have a problem what does that role I don't know what is what does it do use if you have add and a Lotta, times people like that so they could stay away people use it to lose weight, but it's a prescription medication you don't use it right You get that from I would hope doctor if they prescribe to you, I'm to hit the lie the lie I don't know he didn't get the documents. Adopt going get adderall from goodness. Gracious. All right. All right Get it off your chest. All Right Eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one Oh, five, one, get it off your chest. Now we got rumors on the way he yes. Killing make people were upset with him yesterday and he explains why he did what he did. All right we'll get into that next keeping lock this the breakfast club promoting the breakfast. Club. Off. The rumor report with Breakfast Club, I be clear. This is team and not my team a giants fan. But continue liar today a neighbor play for the jets and you always hanging out and he was going to the jets games Scott Bar. Yes Barscott. Yes. And Mike when Michael Vick played for the jets for a little bit too right okay. So you. Didn't. Know I'm not but I'm support my friends and bought Bart, Scott was was lived in the neighborhood and my wife was hanging out with his wife. So we went to support but I am a giants fan everybody knows I'm a giants fan and be trying to distance himself from this guy because he was. Going to go whiskey, please tell me So Josh Bellamy has been charged for his role in twenty four, million dollar pandemic loan scheme. P P P loans baby. So according to the complaint they saying that the scheme involved at least ninety fraudulent. AP Most of which were submitted were worth more than a everything was worth more than twenty, four, million dollars. And a lot of those got approved and funded. So they paid out at least seventeen point four million and they said he has his own company Drip Entertainment LLC. Where he he P. Loan. For a one point, two, four, million dollars and he also purchase more than one hundred thousand dollars in luxury goods. He got some Dior Gucci. He's man some money at the Hard Rock Hotel and casino and he withdrew three hundred thousand dollars. Well, he won't be the only one going to jail for those TV loans trust me. It's a bunch of right now sitting around. Thinking you've gotTa blessing from God but Y'all forgot the devil gotTa Kingdom to and I promise you just like most drug dealers. You'd better live it up now ball because you about to fall, and also if you to get that type of money at least by something that might appreciate with value no God damn. Don't do that. You can flip I heard somebody say it can't be. Real estate, you cannot buy real estate I heard TIC's at yesterday or I am telling you guys. Real. Estate but. T I said something about I'm property you cannot buy property. Okay. Read the guidelines please because you will get arrested yes. I know that Your Business is supposed to be your business you cannot flip it. You cannot say yo I'm a flip it and put it back. No. What did he want that on his business? On these F. is my business. Bro, and you gotTa Make My. I'm telling. Not If that's your business and you gotta a loan for that particular business then yes. Yes. Can't be as hard as a get it. Some people make him out to be because. Complaining about not being able to get loans, but I can't tell, Bro, they get millions like not even like, okay. As one hundred thousand or they can seventeen million does business wasn't even actors are they checking goodness gracious I right now the NBA is supposedly investigating a rockets rackets, player Daniel House, junior they he led a female Kobe nineteen testing official into his hotel room inside the bubbled. So he's the NBA players as you know they've been isolated in. The bubbles corona virus. I didn't see the problem with that. She is in the bubble she's tested everybody right of. Double. He stayed bye-bye by the guidelines is there's no safer as no woman safe to sleep with in a situation like that, and then the woman that does the coronavirus tested. Throw that out there. Yeah I know. So you can't hook up with anybody in the bubble I duNno. In the bubble I don't see what the program that means you. Yes, she got tested. She's there every day. I didn't get. When you get in trouble in the bubble to people say your bubble got burst. Chaumont, give me a little shot. What. What do you a rim what? Management Oh God. Wow, you're kinky boy. Thank you sounds like some traveling your bubble that she went back. Murray says that she will never forget being denied a magazine cover and this was at a time when their show sister sister was better in the ratings than friends listen to what she said it was around sister sister days and.
"akil" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"You drank the Kool aid. I read. Our we'll get back into olive bats and talk about football because football is back and that entire front page news. All right. Get it off your chest eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one of your upset you need to vent his right now you know why mad teaches I love you and I appreciate the job that you're doing but sent home too much homework like it's a lot of schoolwork and homework and especially virtually learn I've been doing it all morning long I've been up since about four, forty, five, thirty doing homework and this is crazy. There's only been two days I. See neither one of my daughters bringing the homework. Yeah. Well. The Macula need to go to school because they've been having homework I remember my kids started last week but this is This is a lot. A lot a lot but anyway, get it off. Your chest is to breakfast. Good Morning. Breakfast Club. Let's face it. 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He's been doing a whole presidency shooting us in the face and nobody said away while I was in Times Square yesterday I think he could definitely get away with that. Now Times Square a mess. I Get it off your chest eight, hundred, five, eight, five, one, zero, five, one. If you need event, hit us up is the breakfast club good morning. Breakfast Club. Now more than ever, this is the moment to hear how much the world has changed and how much to the same. The autobiography of Malcolm X. Does debt I go by the name of Charlemagne God and that's one of my favorite books. You don't have the time to read it. Yes. What is available exclusively on audible and presented for the first time in full audio? Isn't the story one of the most powerful controversial and beloved black leaders of our time I don't think there's a better. Story. Of growth in the world in Malcolm X. A unique story that is not only Malcolm story but the story of America and all his people performed by Emmy and Tony. Award. 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Didn't want to know how to be on the black upset network as a guest cohost about mental health or just as a guest period, we can make a happen. We have I have I have a couple of mental health mindfulness podcast partnered with my girl Debbie Brown with the drop in gyms podcast and Michelle Williams has to check in. To Give My. Two cents fourth ends. On Leave. You photo producer Daniel. We definitely need as many mental health experts checking in with us as possible. that. You guys so much. have a go mom absolute therapy is very important. I got therapy. Right. Hello. WHO's this you every TRAFF. He where he is..
"akil" Discussed on Going Through It
"And with that usable interlude, I knew I had to tell my homegrown all about my conversation with Myra because she reminded me that sometimes through all of life's bad days, ups and downs and INS and outs, you just gotTa. Keep pushing through and you know you got keep doing that because the flourish is worth it can I get a man? Come on somebody. But the thing about that is asking for which you deserve is not always easy especially when it comes to your career especially when you're a black woman or if you're black or if you're a woman or if you're not white basically. So, thanks to social distancing amend my home growth for zoom talk about the hardest parts of negotiating value at work I want us. How can we all be better negotiators? was years every money. Technology. So. I feel like as black women everything is harder for us just like in general in life especially negotiating. Because you have to know. One, which is hord. And you have to convince why people to give me things, which is also horn. Start is thank the Alabama negotiating like a raise or promotion or something at work. for me I feel like like almost had to give myself a pep talk and then. My boss and that sort of thing, and he was open to things it was more me for what I needed. What was the pep top the you remember what was it like so I'm like you know you know you gotta you can do it like you talk to people crazy all the. talked. To ask for what you need and that's mostly what I do like about to do something or a phone call or I see myself going to a weaker place. I'll usually say something and somebody s something back and I'm like you're right to up and just really stay with this is and not do it with my little girl through something like really bold about. Okay live coach. Barry let me write that down. I. Feel like I have had to ask for razors and had to negotiate and it was terrifying. mostly because I did not have confidence that I need to ask for whatever was money or like time or whatever, and that I think is straight up because I did it know my worth. One thing is that the worst somebody can tell you is now. Somebody telling you know. It might be the end of negotiation on that specific. Aspect of whatever you're talking about but it's not like a conversation under it's in most cases if you're like, Hey, you're going to get a raise and someone's like, no like, yeah. By the way also your buyer for even asking and Fox forever right and also. Maybe if that's what somebody does when you ask for a raise like which is a pretty normal thing to do maybe like. Be Working on. A. Siding like it's not just like hearing. No is not really that bad at the end of the day but also just let people know what you want, and then if you keep reminding people but you want eventually be position to get it whether it's from them or some other people all together. Those are really good tips. Anybody has got some good tips yet I always say people like was West that will happen is night but my tippety. Be Grateful. ooh, I'm not grateful at any machine a receive. I believe I. Deserve it. Wow. More. In the professional world, we get cool up I'm obsessed obsessive I love Shonda rhimes se shelter. Ryan's approached a later this week and she's like we decided we'd be Oh my God. Lights. Festival. Gassed by Sean the contacted me. But why should remember is actually contacted me because she wants to wet with me so I have something to give. Let the hype of of my is law accompanied brands. The I'm obsessive admire make me lease the value of myself. So it'd be great opportunity business is an exchange of goods. Vince the money. So I just I'd be grateful for the opportunity wow wow. Wow. Yala smart. Thank you so much for tuning in once again, I am always thrilled always more than the last time is tickled a thing that people say outside the south. Please me you know. Going through it is an original series made in partnership with and Pineapple Street. Studios executive produces for going through it I Berman Max Linski a Gary Nash Chagrin sat out to the producers of going through our lead. Producer is Josh Gwynne production by just you footage and Neil Anderson just hackel in Courtney Herro. Go Go, go WHO'S NEXT Editor Leila. Day. Also. Thanks to the voices that you heard sound off in this episode. Let's hear those names. gravy. Lose Richardson. Our original music is doubled anthony in our engineer is Hans Brown special things to Eleanor Kagan for being the Alpha the origin, the originator of this whole fun. Party and stand touch Fatemi on twitter and instagram at poverty. Tell all of your friends about the show and also like maybe two or three frenemies and I want you to have to engage in heavily. But help us now make sure to rate in subscribe to going through it on apple podcasts. And wherever free podcasts are sold, and that's our. I. Hope You had as much as I did don't know if that's scientifically possible. Let's come back and we will see you next week. I e..
"akil" Discussed on Going Through It
"They may be inspired to go do something in their life to go do what it is is just The witness helps us do that our that. In your work absolutely absolutely as the portraiture is that a word? Yeah. We're richer have given us will Let's see how can I bring his metaphor home the portraiture you have given us we'll hang in the halls of the liuw. Wherever. Yes. Yes. I know so many amazing lead women creative in your dislike at the top of all of their lists as far as inspiration, and it is my duty to thank you on behalf of all of us. And there's There's a little personal tribute that I would like to present to you. Okay. Thank you I enjoyed being here. Thank you so much. Yeah, So so here's the tribute we were making the show and we did this thing but basically, we made in Electric Board of. The theme song was basically very cheap and struggling rip off of that conference. I love. Would love. Would Okay I you have to promise not to sue me no no. All right. I'm having money anyway so it'd be wasting. My. Palm. When things get worse? Poll Good Uh. Through our master. Ma. On a bad notes because isn't that Nice, but you just keep pushing through it in with a flourish. You gotta the dismount of nothing else. Through Hong. Girls. Come through. When you're ready to work on the Palette, you know where Tarija we gotta faceoff. GotTa. Think..
"akil" Discussed on Going Through It
"The capacity to give voice. For ourselves. We're used to running at high speeds on a treadmill that makes sense. ooh So I just needed to stop the treadmill I needed to sit in think and be vulnerable and I needed for me. I allowed myself to let go of all the plotting and planning and dreams, which I'm really good at. I just let them go So I think for me recently, I just had to stop I went on a sabbatical and now the sabbatical mine was pretty amazing I went to Thailand for nearly a month but Can also be three days down the road or you'd him saying he can be whatever's in your means in your budget it can be literally go to the beach, the Free Public Beach for the you know what I'm saying and I think allowing ourselves just to get rid of the clutter Let the let all of the things you should be should do deserve earn whatever to get down to that moment but who are you so that? You can make you can be clear about who you are in and staked claim to it. So instead of begging or hoping or being in that place of one teen, you're in the place of you it's like the I am is you are so part of the work is holding onto the image of who you are and the Gertrude in our life, the ones that are in our hit and the little ones that exist in other human beans. Have to move that away when jealousy comes up someone's Stacey's friend or someone her colleague get something that she wants acknowledged that you're jealous. Why are you? Jealous Oh let me go back and I don't want what they have just I want what Stacey wants and so bet me then refined that conversation about what I want. So when you're in an opportunity to stay, you won't be in the asking position you will be stating it. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Know what stacy is going to be. So excited to hear this, I can't wait to take it back to her fantastic. I do WANNA make a point to say. That What I learned from that journey is that even in the moment that I stood up and fought for myself thin Fought my battle and all of that. What I realized is you also have to let it go if you WanNa stay on the matter field, you also have to let go in fact. After I've proven that I was successful I didn't hold onto the hurt I didn't hold onto while they try to mess me over it wasn't personal to them. Meaning, it wasn't broken. They didn't WanNa fix it. It really was that they did not want to fix it and they had the place of power. It is to say that thought I was okay with that but until I cleaned my value. They had to meet me at my value and I was met at my value who? Therapist and you we had this very earlier this. This was right on time though absolutely. So, I WANNA share this story with you. My very first pike was a shell called another round. It was around for two years at thank it. was almost instantly like more popular than I thought it would have been like on the first day that it was released. It did really well due to some issues at the media company that we were making. Basically they didn't appreciate it didn't want to fund it and they decided they were going to cut the podcast department but like the one of the things that impacted me the most was like how disappointed all the listeners were when we were like, hey sorry. Due to situations beyond our control is not going to be another season at least four awhile and I didn't understand why everybody was. So like upset like some people were like mad, some people were just sad I was feeling guilty and I'm just like I have to remember who I belong to belong to me and it was a lot like the pressure of like that sort of adoration was but somebody was like, do you remember how you feel when girlfriends end it? That's how we feel why. Oh Gosh I understand of somebody who said this to me like a year because we went through it for awhile al-Qaeda's I didn't understand them. You know I didn't I didn't see I didn't see myself the way that they saw me I think is what it was I say all that to say, what do you hope the legacy of girlfriends is in particular and all of your projects in your career in general. I describe you know. Think. I was able to crystallize this. I received a Black Girls Rock award and I remember writing the you know panicking about writing my speech and it crystallized this is it. We are home as America good or bad or other. We are here you know by slave ship but we're here this is our home. And imagine being a child and not seeing your picture on the wall. Or Get your picture is on the wall. You got the red eyes your distorted or not is doesn't represent who you are and that to me is what girlfriends began as our decided we'll fuck it. You Come Picture on the wall I'm the pictures on the wall. So they to me are portrait's my work as about the portraits of humanity. My I mused and pro likely my forever, Mus- will always be black women. girlfriends was pitched as. I said it's a documentary. Documentary somebody's gone document that we were here and when we were thinking. And wearing what we thought about dating, what we thought about sex, what we thought about career, what we thought about family, it was about its painting portraits is what I do and the human spirit needs validation and it begins with in childhood it extends to our family extends to when you raise your hand in class and you want the teacher to pick you but they just don't ever seem to pick you. You. Didn't extends to our media via Books Magazines Theater Television Film and. You want to be seen. You want to be seen. It's a validation of your existence if there is no witness to you did you hear in that human experience? So when you're seeing, you are having awareness that someone sees you yes you the person has to decide how are you going to be in the world? What are you going to do with now that the spotlight is on you so I think perhaps what you were doing that and that you created a space that was human and reflective and people were seeing hearn. Consciously or subconsciously I think what? Sake places or authentic programming is beat podcast or or television show or movie, or film or play, or an article is it makes you stand up to who you really are. You're having inadvertently a conversation with yourself you're making that person either be. Held, a little bit because they've been wounded and they just need a little. Hug. But then after.
"akil" Discussed on Going Through It
"A woman who is just flourishing a WHO has had to do I. Would I think so many other black women have had to do black woman who worked for white folks which mostly everybody unfortunately works for White folks but disliked the idea of having to go up against this entity, right? Like yes. Is the company has it's a corporation. It's also white miss in maleness in racism and Patriarchy and Mike. How did you learn that? You could even do that to like speak back to power does that make sense? Yes it does make sad. Because I was raised to be a human being and. I was entitled to Mike Assistance Might Lines. When I think back to my childhood, I was I grew up in Windsor Hills. Here in Los Angeles, it's adjacent or considered a part of the black. Beverly Hills. I was also born into the nation, of Islam. In Compton and then we moved up to the Windsor Hills area, which is middle-class black people in. Okay. I just was inundated the for his understand the first nine years of my life I'm surrounded by. Beautiful Reflections of WHO I am myself. My existence of my humanity was a reflected in where I lived in who I am how I was raised and so. That is in the core of us. Now, how I was able to hold onto that coal news, my spiritual practice, we have to work on our spiritual practice, and sometimes it comes through religion that leads us but I'm talking about. That voice inside that you can hear like at the end is that I share. I was able to hear myself all the other stuff, the nervousness thing. Those are the layers of maybe who I think I should be or how I want to be. But really who you are as in there I remind myself that. I. Have a contract with God I'm here for a reason, I, gotTa get to it and so perhaps me having to deal with the man is just part of my. In my way in my industry making way so very proud. For myself but what I've been able to do for others in usher a lot of people through and cheap them supported and keep them developing so that when they get their opportunity, they can keep blowing it up and keep the door open for others and I think that really comes through in your work to like it feels very intentional. It feels very. Like this is for everyone, but it's especially for you low black girl in the back. You know what I mean and yes, I I know I would imagine that that takes a lot of strengthen perseverance. But what happens in like those quiet moments when like your inner hate or comes out and it's like you know what? This whole like show thing. Cute but you know, can you do it again? You know like when the later stars up. Creeps in what it first of all does that happen I'm assuming it does but. All, she's always there she is. You know shoot a hot living and kyle of your. Yes because you, you know I, I have a high bar I also like to win but the little hater I have learned to accept her and listen to her you listen to her, why do you listen to her? So you let her get in your head and use that fuels your motivation such. Kind of of learned how to use her in some days when she's really a sort as just take the day off I Love van you know she may beat me up or a math drink through it. I've been. But. Then could make because I also know the other one. Is there the one that you know your friend that holds the purse has all the simple things to say she's GonNa be there and she's GonNa say all right. Let's get back up this feedback on the floor and which I also WanNa say please please please follow what you love to do because even what you love to do is hard and so. That love. These can be the motivator to keep going. You know when you do want to give up or you do want to listen to the hater saying yeah, So I have a friend. Right my friend's name is Stacey. Stacey is not mean at all you looking at me like me. Always. Think. I have this. Tell me what if you do? So Stacey also works in media now she does PODCAST and here in mayor hosting some stuff. But she's got a few substantial projects under her belt, but she's having some trouble translating. That into knowing her worth and also how to demand it Mike. I don't know I think as as a black stacey is also black woman, and so you know like I was mentioned earlier like that's not so much a thing like where tall the first time I had to go until the white man's office and be like listen, you can't treat me this way I was like well, I should just go ahead and start. Looking for another job now you know because if I do say anything at alumnus, it is over for me but at the same time, Stacey sees you and so many other creators, black women creators, and it's like, okay. So it's possible ball. Where is the disconnect for Stacey? Like how does she demand are worth I guess or learn how to do that? Well, it's funny recently. I needed to remind myself of that and one of the things I did was I stopped I think. Black Women. We grind a lot not only for. But for others and we can literally wear ourselves out where.
"akil" Discussed on Going Through It
"This is going through it a show about women who found themselves in situations where they said by you know what? And they made a decision to make a change in turn something around. Your host, Tracy Clayton Girlfriends was really simple for me. I just wanted to document our existence. That's Mara Rock Akil Maher is a screenwriter runner. She's a producer is also responsible for what quite possibly may be the most important television show of my entire life girlfriends. Deal. All right. All right. You got me. It is the biggest deal possibly in the world girlfriends was a staple show for myself in so many other black women including a lot of my personal friends. It was one of the first times I can remember seeing black women represented on TV as I knew them. It was this idea of girlfriends to chosen family was important to me, and at the time sex in the city was the hot show and I wanted to be in the conversation I wanted our tone are texture are five our look our concerns are everything at the table. And it was clear to me that they didn't want us in the conversation and instead of being upset about it, I just went created my own show. So I had already been producing TV shows for a young thrive in network that you may remember College Upn, which was home of Moesha the Parkers homeboys, outta space, all of us one half and half it was so black and it was so so needed and they were having some success there and they wanted a companion piece and so this is what I've pitched them. I was pitching to. A white. Guy. Who I knew had interest in all ladies in including black women I said Oh. And I'll tell you all the secrets to the women. And what was funny was my biggest secret was we were human. Turns out the studio was super into it. They loved it and she successfully so girlfriends but now she had to figure out how to sell herself. So Mara was somewhere in the middle of the production hierarchy, right because she had never met her own show before. So what happened was the network brought in to show runners and they morrow the CO executive producer and she was okay with that. For, the time being I didn't have experience, but I had the vision of girlfriends. As like I love my show I, understand why I have to be supervised. My Ego doesn't, but I do know why? I have supervised. So let's join forces. Let's get the show on the air. Let's make it successful and you guys are going to be the show runners for the first two years. But in season three ID to take over my show by title by name by everything. Before she knew it Bam girlfriends was one of the most successful shows on UPN black s network and things were looking break from our. Season I'm like, okay it's time to get my show and title and money and everything and I needed to have that in deserved it. So it was time to make that move. And then everybody was like, US earth. What I'll shit. I think this phrase that was said to me that really got my black woman up was. If it ain't broke why six And I was like but it's broke for me. The powers that be at the studio decided to give him Mara that's highly show. Runner was unnecessary but it's like unnecessary for Home St- Mar was ready to risk everything to get what she knew. She deserved. I was feeling. Righteous, but I was also feeling scared. because. The only card you have to pool against power is your ability to walk away. They may give you your dignity and your respect, but it may not move the line of fairness and a value not only for yourself. Before those who are behind you and I think that's just one of the things I've learned to accept about being black and being a woman is that What we do is not ever going to be just for yourself and so. I walked in there with faith knobby knees and faith, but I walked. Mara Gavin her strength and her faith and her knobby knees she focused her energy. She put her shoulders back and head up and she walked right into TV executives office. I will never forget that day. I remember how clammy in cold my hands were I stumbled through the first part of it. I was not great I remember. Thinking I'm not doing well and I closed my eyes for maybe about five seconds. He probably got what the Hell's going on. And I literally pray to God in that moment. I remember selling God I am not doing well, you have to help me. You have to help me. And then I opened my eyes up and I just said, Hey, listen I don't understand why we're here. I've proven to you. I'm under budget. The ratings are up. Why won't you sort of sign off on this? I don't understand this. But I will tell you. This show will not succeed without me that I know. It's a lot more than that one meeting and if you've been in this situation before I'm sure you know there was a lot of meetings probably a lot of emails and a lot awaiting before the executives finally recognized Mars worth and finally gave her what she deserved. In, the end Mara became the official Chevron of girlfriends and with that came out with glory all the praise all the celebration. And the pressure you fight a fine and it felt amazing and then after five seconds Otit. Now. You'd better back up all of it because they are all watching any false move. You think that's going to be the thing that takes you down but I'm like Kobe Matt Way, give me the ball. Give me the ball I'd much rather be in fourth quarter with less than a second on the clock you know and. Want to shoot and that's what I did. You know, I, did not think it was possible for me to love girlfriends even more than already did but this story definitely did it and I could not wait to top more battle with Mara. So get comfy grabbed drink coffee coke. Stella while folks this is going through it. This is amazing like to sit and talk to a black woman who is head the this type of experience. In the industry like wide-scale, a of my friends are screenwriters I. Pretended to be for like a month and I was like I don't know what I'm doing is other not always. But It's amazing to hear the story of.
"akil" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"You know I'm down for it I WANNA play pro hockey and I'm looking forward to it, so no thoughts, really I just WanNa be out there and I wanna be on the Ice WanNa begin better in be surrounded. Around those type of people. Will we're looking forward to seeing it before we let you go one question for you. obviously Keel. Thomas's goal is make the NHL. Become a star at you made soul on ice. You're doing this podcast. You're obviously a passionate passionate fan. I'm curious for you. Is there a goal for you right like what's your next? Career you know, is there an NHL stardom that you're sort of reaching for the Keel is? Yeah I think for me. I'm a really great relationship with the lead. The last couple of years showed up Kim, Davis and her team Steve Mare and his team. is want to continue to create content. For the League I do have one huge grow goal for the in the NHL that I want to pitch to them them, keeping it under my hat, but you know I just want to continue.
"akil" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"To the League about it, and it is a great idea. That liked the concept again. This is something that nobody's ever done on this level. You know you got three young black men that are talking about the game of hockey and you know It's not about thought A. A political issue it's just different voices in different styles I'm talking talking hockey and you know. They really liked that idea that it was something different, and and again it just goes back to what we wanted to do. We wanted to do something different. Bring a different type of flavor like I'm the old school hip hop, and they're the young have hop heads and we bring. Bring that mindset together with the hockey. It just gives it a whole different type of flavor, so I think the League really appreciative and we were supposed to do this podcast since last year this time, but we told he jumped on the bandwagon when the scored the goal like literally, he scored the goal on that thing. We were like I. Think we should do this. So. Why Aftermath House kicking myself when I first heard that Akil when I first heard you were thinking about doing podcasts I thought Oh. We've got a couple. Kings podcasts out here I should reach out and say hey. Do you want to host it on the platform this and I I. Wouldn't do in here now. You guys now the NFL. I well. There's there's the lesson for you. Always ask right. Thing. Anybody can say it. He was no yeah. Exactly. That's a so so let's focus on that idea. Though killed the notion that the worst thing anybody can do is say no. Do you ever? Do you ever get scared of rejection or or of how you might be viewed or or how people might react to a new endeavor. Yeah, for sure you know younger guy. I was twenty years old in God job to two years ago and I'm trying to make the NHL every year so I understand. I understand that. You can't just come into law green with with guys that are. You know twelve year in a job. Players in just Kinda act like the man if anything like whenever I meet people on kind of quiet until I. Really get to know them just because I'm very. Self conscience a cautious about. Being talk year I, Dunno, just thinking. Maybe I'm than anyone or anything like that so I'm A. Humble try to you know not be I don't know. Arrogant so Yeah, I mean I am not scared, but I'm just aware of. You know some people are gonNA. Think always doing a lot. He's doing too much or whatever, but I'm just doing me. I'm doing the best I can do for me so. Let's talk a little bit more about the Kings. Your drafted in the second round in two thousand eighteen at that point. For have my kings history right now should. The kings made the playoffs big career years from copay Tar Quick Muhsin from Dowdy writing looks like five or six guys who had career years that season. Obviously they lose to Las Vegas in the playoffs, but they make big free agency signing in the summer, and there's a long line of players standing in between any prospects and the NHL Roster that point than the two thousand eighteen nineteen season happens, and the floor started falls out, and the organization takes a completely different direction than they were when you were drafted and all of a sudden. That list of players in between the prospect level in the NHL level gets a lot shorter Where do you see yourself fitting into the organization right now, and are you disappointed that the organization has shifted in stature from the time he drafted. Do you see that as an opportunity to to make it to the NHL a little bit faster maybe? It's really good question You know I'm not disappointed. They have to do it. They have to do of his business and stuff and. I believe that if you're gonNA make the NHL, you're gonNA. Make the NHL Maybe if if some you know decisions. Organization wise kind of Stop me from making quicker of earlier doesn't matter at the end of the day Sorry about that got a call. No problem. Yeah, but at the end of the day I think if you're gonNA, make it GonNa make it in as a matter when ozzy sooner is better, but You asked me myself hitting him I I truly believe that if I come in delay as Thomas in You know, feel myself. I feel confident feel comfortable. I believe I can make this year. I don't think there I think I'd probably have to play wing, and that's on percents. fine with me. I've alive experience on the wing and I'm actually happy that I can't play. Because obviously, they drafted a lot of Centerman install so You know I'm not not. Going to be disappointed if I spent a couple of years in the OSCE, they have good program. There are a lot of guys in in. A lot of people told me that the a will actually teach you a lot in the. You'll be happy to learn a lot from you. Know Planning the as so I'm kind of. Aware that no, that's the probably would send. A. It's probably what can happen, but I'm not gonNA. Accept that from a mindset stance on to this summer. I'm just GonNa Think John Making the kings next year and that's going to think about. Listening to you, talk into the mayor on their podcast recently and you said earlier in this one that you are friends with some of the guys. Some of the other prospects obviously know the coaching staff and everything. Is there anybody that you're looking forward to playing with? It should be Ontario or la. I'm close within any new. I'm super super close with so Just a you know hopefully. You know live with with eight inner closer Sean and hang out with them a lot more something I'm definitely looking forward to, and obviously there's lots to do out there and I'm actually close with so many of those guys Jacob Bingham Kelly of now Alex Cop so. We've just bonded really well at the Devon. In Maine caps. Is there any I mean if you've been out to the arena in Ontario. Yeah played the one squad game there. Any thoughts about living in La playing in Ontario You know for those unfamiliar with Southern California La is..
"akil" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"I root for team Canada in international competition, so I was thrilled that you scored the candidate one, but as a kings fan I was extra thrilled that kings prospect was able to score it, and we are kings podcasts I'm GonNa have to talk to you about the kings row will briefly. I'm curious. You know growing up as you progress through career, you wear all sorts of different jerseys whether it's team Canada or your Bantams or midgets repeal been traded from aggregate to Peterborough. You've warned the Kings Jersey in in development and some prospect games. so I'm curious. Do you feel like a yet or will that come when when you play your first NHL Game? to question I think on A. You know social example. Yaffe King I'm going to. Close with pricier in all staffan, other coaches Robbie obviously luke in everyone's stolley Emily Costa so on A. Family side. Yes, I do feel like king by the hockey side I would say no, just because I don't know I. Don't feel like I am I've shown them appeals amish yet I feel like off shown them. You know a young eighteen year old nineteen year old kid. Who's just you know stoked. Be there and stuff so you know I'm really looking forward to having you know good off season and Hopefully you know. Play Kings Jersey next year at what I'm focusing on all summer and you know hopefully, I can feel like a king soon- sooner than later. I wish I could do an hour on on one thing you just said which is that? You don't think you've shown them Akil. Thomas Yet That's an amazingly insightful statement of for somebody of any age to make. Do you think the? Thomas yet mean you identify yourself as a younger guy, but I mean. Do. You have an image of yourself that you're growing into or that. You WanNa get to. For sure I, do I definitely do and That's Scana someone. My Dad's kind of molded me around and so. You know when I guess what I meant by that. You know when I go to camp You know I'm nervous looking at guys like. Kobe tar coach Chuck. Just thinking like am I actually on the same isis them just because I looked up to them so much growing up in. Hockey Nerd, so I know their stats no. I? Know how big of of name they are in I guess little things just like. I would anything I'd do in in an environment where I'm comfortable meaning maybe Niagara I feel like I'm kill Thomas if you like the man. When I go to La I just. Do everything I don't in Agra I. Make that asked too early. I'm not patient with the Diam. right there I usually score, but when Manila. Don't I missed the net or something? Because I'm nervous so I'm looking forward to to let nerves. Go and feel a little bit comfortable. kwami kills obviously got a team of people now trying to help them out trainers, strength, conditioners, coaches, executives, etc. You find yourself having to tamp down your advice and let them. Sort of. Tell him how to do his job. I don't I. Don't talk to him about being a hockey player. If I ever talked the kill, you can say your name if this is correct, but I tried to talk to him about. The importance of who he is and what he can do in the future. And I tried to inspire me I like I I. You know kill. Tell you that you know. Sometimes him and Elijah are on with me. Having little meetings like I just get into this. I just get into this diatribe and I just go and I go on this tangent. I talk to talk. Because, you know, I think the SARS the people that he has around him for that hockey stuff, he's got that covered. He's always had that covered, but. What I bring to the table for Keel is. I speak to him like the big homey like the big brother like the guy that's going to be like I. Got your back and here's some of the things that I seen growing up. That, if you instead of doing the left that I, did you went the right? These are the things that the possibilities and How I speak to him is like okay. You are a hockey player, but outside of that, what are you going to do? Let's look at the fact that you're going to be a Los Angeles. How are you going to conquer that city? How are you going to make a name for yourself in that city and I think the biggest thing that I try to get him I talked. About is the be like Yo. You, you're already humble person. You already a good person. Keep that trait, but you can still do anything you WANNA. Do when you're in. Los Angeles you WanNa. Be a movie star. I'm a fabulous as long as you're. Hockey is is number one you can do whatever you WanNa do and the possibilities there and just want him to be to know that. He can do anything he wants himself to do. And that's why again the podcast is such a great platform for him, because it's like I'm literally taking him to school as far as just relax. Just relax and have some fun. This is lie. Let's talk mammoths. Argue with to make fun of Elisha. Let's let's tease in like you know we had. We had this one old episode where we had Sarah. Nurse on you know team, Canada and She's Gorgeous Green is boy sees Oh and and.
"akil" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings
"Just GonNa say the most answer answer to that question. Is that I. saw you smile, said it wasn't. No disrespect to what they're doing, you know spending. Some, BIZ NASTY! Those guys are doing tremendous thing, but you know I. It's like you know what it's like asking. You Kill Kill so when you go to when you get to play the Kings. Are you inspired to get to win the Cup and his math? You know, of course that's what you WANNA. Do you WanNa? Be The best at what it is. You'RE GONNA. Get into and. You know I'm not doing this just to do this I'm trying to do this to A. Normalized Black Voices in the game of hockey and beat to try to be one of the best out there you know. Why. Would we do this and you know and again it's got nothing to do with trying to be. you know are trying to compete against Spin Chiklis because what they do is what they do, but we do what we do in shoot. They got some crazy numbers man, and that's where we want. That's where I WANNA be. So I'm going to push Keeling Elisa to the fullest as far as padding broadcast voice I mean, of course they've got I. Want them to concentrate on their game a hockey, but this is life man life is. About spreading your wings, and you know for the first time an audience is going to be able to see the growth of an actual hockey player and learn about that that that those trials and tribulations that the ups and the downs and just progress. You know what I mean so. In a nutshell. Are we trying to go with the spitting? Chiklis numbers. Yes, we are. While I would like to be there with you, but Unfortunately you guys are probably GonNa leave me in the dust. Very glad I would think numbers wise. But. kwami raise a really interesting issue You know the hockey answer that Akil gave right the the cul quoting culture of hockey. is known for being you know barring button-down puck steep sixty minutes a night. You Know Two hundred twenty game etc, right? You know that's the you know. Upper Body injury lower body injury, right leg, no personality, no information, just you know etcetera, but the world of podcasting is built on personality right? It's an incredibly intimate experience. You know you're. The voices are literally in your ear. And you're getting to know these people so Keel, how're you struggling?.
"akil" Discussed on All The Kings Men
"Unique perspective on the game. They love a little flavor and personality based as the producer and director of soul on ice, past, present and future Thomas is in La Kings prospect, and Roberts currently plays for the Ryerson Rams. I got a chance to hang out with a Keel. Kwami, at least over the phone and we bring that to you now. Joining me now? Two of the three voices from the brand well, I guess it's not brand new, but newly affiliated with the NHL Platform the soul on ice podcast Mason. Are You doing today? Kwami? Good. How are you I'm good. Thank you in the name. Familiar to all kings, fans, or at least should be killed Thomas. How're you doing today? Kill? Pretty good. How are you I'm excellent. Thanks now like I said. It's not a new podcast although it has found a new home at NHL Dot Com Kwami what was the inspiration to start the podcast in the first place. It's interesting because the inspiration is from a kill and Eliza so from from from my point of view, how went was You know I got a message from kill on an over a year ago and he said Hey. I WanNa talk to you about this podcast and I was like okay cool. We started talking a bit about it and he said. I want to start this podcast. Mean Elijah and I. was like cool anything you guys need. Let me know I will help you. Can. Run you through how to do questions with people just the whole mechanisms of doing all that you know 'cause again I used to be a radio announced for like fourteen years, so I figured that's what they were calling a reference about like their help and then. You know it was funny because it kills like no, no, no, we want you to be a part of the podcast. Okay, okay cool so You know those it's really a Keel and lodges baby that really manifested into grabbing me and you can because of the film. They thought that it was a good platform to be able to be like. Let's let's let's do this podcast. And let's let's call it under the the soil, Nice brand name, and just call so is the podcast. Kill you're obviously a professional athlete now a professional clothing. I don't know. What clothing company owner? Are you now looking to branch out into professional media personalities? have now wants the ceiling for Akil. Thomas are there any industries? You're not looking to dominate? Caution is because It's not like I'm. I'm thinking to myself. I WANNA brancheau into jollies areas, but I just gravitated to things that. Interest me and I'll start Zale. That's really well and star this podcast in. That's doing really well now, too, but The day. Hockey's thing and Probably Kinda, stop here in just. Bafokeng on I'm trying to accomplish while you say that now, but you know the the larger your star grows, and the more your career progresses I'm sure other people will come with a opportunities for you to branch out even more. I'm curious I mean it was my way and he's going to be an L.. A.'s so. Directors out there. A surfboard company. I'm curious about the name soul on ice. Was that your idea, keillor yours Graham I mean the movie obviously stolen is. Predates the PODCAST by few years. But where was the decision made to call it soul on ice? I think it goes back to the film Really made a really cool name for ourselves doing on ice past president future and you know. The film came out in two thousand and fifteen, so it acquired a large following an people know me through soil Nice the movie and so when when the Keelan Elijah, retargeting me by it, and we were thinking about name was was like well. Why would just call sawn ice and I was like okay. That makes sense that just kind of roles. people know they're familiar with Song is past present and future, and just doing a podcast would kind of be like a natural transition. So I was watching the film and This is obviously. Given what's has sorry. My thoughts are all over the place sometimes. Given where we are culturally at the moment there are calls to quote unquote have the uncomfortable conversations right, and so I'm a I'm a white guy of a certain age and Saimaa always very aware how my perception how my questions might reveal. Subconscious bias might reveal institutional racism things like that so I'm curious watching the movie and first of all what struck me is how Canadian was born in Canada grew up in southern. California, so you know. I'm I'm watching. These families talk about their sons and I'm thinking. They sound exactly like my aunt and uncle Sort of heartbreaking in that sense that they had to go through this or things anyway so really long rambling way to get to. One of the one of the things that struck me was was the families of current. or former black NHL players talking about. How they would teach their children to. Ignore or more more suppress the fact that they were black right when they were facing racism from fans from teammates they would say. Don't focus on it. Don't worry about it. You put your head down. Play hockey better than everybody, but that was a certain place in time in a certain generation, and I'm curious Akil. With embracing the name soul on ice and and. Wanting to be proud of who you are Cetera. Does that message resonate with you? Does that feel like a relic of a bygone era? You know. Do you not want to have it. Be The focal point of of how people know you I mean it must be an incredibly complicated..
Metaflow: Netflix Machine Learning Platform with Savin Goyal
"Brings us to aws flicks took the at the time unconventional decision to go all in on aws many years ago at this point, and that's treated. Netflix's really well, because it's almost, it's almost like. The the whole idea around blessed programming languages where you make a strong decision within an organization to restrict the number of programming languages with an organization and it it that constraint ends up helping the organization make decisions more quickly and allow for engineering mobility and so on. This is the case. This has been the case with aws when when Netflix? Strongly moved onto aws and continue to do that. That extends to medfly show. A better flow is an open source framework, but it has a tight coupling with aws. So why is the tight coupling to aws useful for machine learning framework? Sue I won't say that. We are tightly coupled to eight of us. So when leave it open sourcing MEDOFF. No at that point in time, because we had a good amount of operational expertise with aws, we chose indicating the details are ready for this cloud integration, but the architecture of Meta flow. Is Very much vendor agnostic, so the already have people who have ported Netflix will on top of Google cloud for example. So see I wanNA. Make sure that at the end of the day. The end user are data scientists decent to worry about any of the concerns that are introduced by using it us, Rg are. Is You're in the? Cloud windows to them. They're just writing code in an idiomatic language whether it's Biton are are, and the metaphor takes care of actually understanding the code and orchestrating that on top of the AWS RG CPU or any of the other. Providers. So so yet, so that's that's a strategy that we have been falling. We started views because that's what the US internally ethnic flex. That's what we have worst amount of experience and expertise in, but. There are people who have made it. Look at JCP, and going forward as well. It's something that's on our road, not to have a more and more indications. Appointed comparison to Meta flow might be airflow the distributed workflow scheduling system that's often used for data engineering jobs. How does medfly compare to airflow? So air is what you would come as production creates getting her in the sense that you have your email pipeline, and now you want your pipeline to run autonomously, say and all. At the stroke of Midnight Day are win some. Deed is available. That pipeline should be triggered so once once you've. Created your etl pipeline, and you're happy with how it's running at that point in time it makes sense to ported to an ear flu, or see it functions Louici for example. But. What is severely lacking in some of these two? Is the local expedients to on my laptop. I WANNA. Make sure that my workflow runs both Akil, and then I should be able to deploy it and that sort of what we can. Refer to as a traditional using this workflow on top of. Airflow audited list of functions so now met up. You has this notion of a dag and bundles in a local scheduler so menu writing your Code Medoff on your laptop at that point in time, medoff Lewis local killer may be responsible for executing your code, executing the nodes of the DAG, and you can mix and match. You can certainly talk the Dag run on your laptop to notice run. Run on the cloud with specific resources that you have already specified, and then once you're happy with the injury execution off your workflow than at that point in time, metaphor allows you to compile your dad into a specification that one of these production understand so as a matter of fact in early July, we are going to release our integration, but it of just approaches, which is production skater. Available in eight of us and you can take your workflow and this one commingling argument you can deploy on of aws. Step functions now step functions like some of the. Nice things about it is, it's a highly available Dag Scheduler, and it allows Florida running workflows, which can span a year as will end. The operation footprint is really monitoring, so you get like really nice quantities when Saginaw you're running on one of these stretching rates, lives and internally at net flicks. We chose to build one. Ourselves Sets Meson and Dorado. Bunch of talks online on specific infrastructure as well as the architecture needs on that front. and. Our internal users what they do is they invite Medoff workflow in this bag, and then just one single come online argument. They're able to export that as a means on woke view and this me, saen executor's slash schooler has a good amount of fetuses it around see how do unloading how to trigger events and other wilco finish resume. Your will close. You can sit a variety of triggers based on time the on what so you get like. All those nice features it when you're on top of one of these production rates get loose, and then you also get all the lineage tracking, and the deduc would and environments not shutting using Medicare. And do our end. Users now don't really have to consume themselves with a standing the programming model that means on provides our understanding the program model that Ilias Conscience provides. They just ride their coordinate in then metaphor takes care of interfacing in your of these productions units so now coming back to the question that you had around comparing metal fluid airflow I would say that these are ready to talking to products, and they're not competing against one another on the country they are. Supposed to work well with one another, so the situation would be back. You use metaphor your local prototyping, and once you're happy with the results then at that point in tiny convincingly just export of workflow onto their.
TikTok Tackles India App Ban, Vowing It's No Tool for Beijing
"Tensions have spiked between the world's two most populous nations. That would be China and India. The two countries share a border that extends for more than 2000 miles, and it was along that border that violence broke out. Last month, 20 Indian troops were killed. Now India has banned dozens of Chinese APS, including the social video APP. TIC tac. India has been tic Tac's biggest foreign market. NPR's Lauren Frayer has been talking with some of the Indians obsessed with it. When the Corona virus hit India, Sumit Jane was forced to shut the clothing shop he runs in his hometown in western India. Under lock down. He was bored and worried. Looking long thought intelligent. That damned ignominy. Tic tac is how I stayed. Sane says I posted videos every day, Good Tic Tac clip Jane lip synchs lyrics about the Corona virus. To the tune of a popular Bollywood song. Jane is a skinny 28 year old with a curly mop of hair, gold earrings and nearly four million followers on Tic Tac social video APP has made him famous. He starred in a music video and even got offers to be on TV that Ah, licking a musical gave a small town in hands like me used to have to move to the big city to get noticed, he says. Tic Tac lets us do that from home. Up to 1/3 of TIC Tac users are believed to be in India. They're the biggest group outside China. Some Indians have even monetized it selling English lessons on tick talk, for example. But this week, the Indian government banned Tic Tac, along with 58 other Chinese made APS amid tensions with Beijing. We the people of India, standing behind the government have the ability to hit China where it hurts. India's nationalist TV anchors applauded the move. Many Indians are outraged over China's killing last month of Indian troops. Some are calling for a boycott of all Chinese goods. The government is trying to tap into the national sentiment in sweeping India right now. Akil Berry with the think tank Eurasia Group, says the Indian government is concerned about data privacy on Chinese APS. It also wants Indians to develop Indian APS rather than using Chinese ones. But India's own tech start ups get a lot of Chinese investment, Barry says. When you take a look at India's unicorns startups that a valued at over $1 billion about 18 off the 30 of them have Chinese investment. So if Beijing retaliates and pulls Chinese investment That could hurt India even more, he says. Tic Tac says it's following Indian privacy laws and is asking the Indian government to reconsider. Meanwhile, in a small town in northern India, housewife Anita Meena has been posting videos to tic tac of herself doing folk dances and have gone viral. She gets recognized when she goes to her local market, she says. Tick. Tuck is banned. Mina says she'll focus on YouTube Instead, it's unclear how many of India's roughly 200 million TIC tac users will do the same if Lauren Frayer NPR
Why Actress Lisa Vidal Believes "I'm here because this was supposed to happen."
"You. Grew up acting. When did you know that this was for you? I knew from a very early age that I loved to perform. I was always singing because I'm a singer. I always had music on the radio. That was my first love. Actually I also used to watch lot of television because you know. We lived in the Bronx and Spanish Harlem, so my mother was not like letting us out some. certain times the neighborhood. We get tricky, so she was like no in my out. Or whatever and so I, watch them on television. That was my friend. I watched movies girl, so I used to I was so pulled in by movies, and then I have my my aunt, my the-they who? Is such a hero in my life. She was always taking us to movies. Song Forget. UH, she said, drop us off at the movie theater me and my presence, and she'll be like I'll be back five PM to pick you up that she felt bad for us. Abuse stuck in us from weren't allowed to hang outside. So, we would be at the movie theater. Day those days you go from one theater to one movie to another you know at then I saw funny girl, my my my d. c., funny girl and I just fell in love with Barbara streisand and how she was singing and acting. And that was it. That was it I knew I wanted to do. What do you mark as your big break? You know what my big break was a film that I did all I like him. that was my big because I like it like that and I think there was a big break for all of us in that gnome, it was a small film that became like a cult film that became huge, and so I pretty much soon after that I got signed a deal to Aden, C., which led to my semen Silbert show that was my i. like big, lead role on a network primetime television show that Steven Spielberg for. Do you Steven Spielberg Rating? You Fan Fan Mail. Did that's surreal, please? I? Thought they sent it to the wrong guy This must be a somebody else. I couldn't believe it. I mean I still have it up on. My Wall is one of my proudest moments, and I always. Love Steven Spielberg Right, but I thought it was interesting to that when you got that spinoff. And you were really going to be carrying a pilot that there was a little piece of you that worried. Can I carry this pilot? Right like that is a different level of pressure to be like this show will succeed or fail, and you're not like the fourth or fifth person down in the credits it is you. Well Yeah I mean they brought Blair underwood in and our characters just exploded on the show. You know we became a hot. Partnership shelves some Cups Yeah you know I think. I. Think when you go from a guest star. else doing these kinds of roles or even a recurring character writing comes in now. Maybe you do three episodes. Maybe you do five episodes whatever? When you come to the place of a lead. And they're they're absolutely is a whole new level of responsibility, and absolutely without a doubt there is that you know that little bit of light on my Gosh when I do this, but. That's when you. Really embrace you towns, and and recognize the you are and say. Yes I can do this. Yes, this belongs to me on here. Because this was supposed to happen and it's it's a battle right because we had that little devil on one side, a little angel on the other who they talk into each year, and so we consist. That's why that's why training is so important. That's why understanding the process of creating a character be prepared preparation. Discipline Professionalism. All of that comes into play. So that, you're standing on solid ground and you have foundation when you come into that position, you know what you're doing. I was looking through your IMDB. Have you ever played a non Latina character? I have there been a few of those roles were actually white. Jane. That was written white. Gabrielle and I have the same representation, and they sent me the script and I got a meeting with Martin Brock. Akil and she was like I know Lisa's work. And we sat down for three hours and talked about Cara and. She's like I want you to be my car. It also shows you the value of having a person of color. Be The other person on the other side of that table. Right like the heels would get that absolute asks. They are so fro. You know black and Brown. Absolute.
"akil" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"I'm not sure if you caught news from ESPN They have this ten pot. Michael Jordan documentary was supposed to drop in June. But because everybody's stops they've been demand. Hit like Coley set on the Internet. Sometimes bullion is a good thing and he bullied. Espn into dropping this early. April nineteenth. It's going to drop. I can't wait fart man. I grew up. You know that whole era. I still love to back then. I'm looking forward to this myself. I think every wrong I mean I. I'm going to bring out the CABRAS stroke myself off. This fucking documentary. Looks fucking incredible. Yeah they couldn't have picked a better time to drop this thing and when was it planned Oregon Doom? The trailer alone is all the when they originally dropped a trailer. They're like coming in two years. And you're like what you're GonNa make me wait too fucking years to see this. This is torture all body. What are you talking about? Came out like a couple of months ago the trailer no the trailer came out like I would say at least two thousand eighteen. It came out like eight at least eighteen months before this thing was going to drop and people it went viral. What they're telling us now. So people started going crazy. I think I was during that era. I was obsessed with the bowls in like in Jordan Jordan to me was like I think he's fucking away better than Nebraska. Song came into. There isn't even at the baby's Fuck. He's he's a savage winner. Assassins suspected everyone his attitude. It was gross much to win. He she he. I mean you can call this cheating but I mean I mean if you ain't cheating Try the video game thing on the jumbotron on US fucking. Gambling is against his team in any knowing he also they had. They had the deal with the first bag out of the carousel data. Big Money on. I beg out and he'd always have somebody to pay off on the side to make sure his bag was first. He's sick puppy anything to win something to win. He's a puppy so I just want to see all the behind the scenes an indepth look on on. What was the probably one of the greatest dynasties ever? I'm really looking forward to seeing the retirement and while the quote unquote retirement and the comeback. Everyone I think knows that he was told to. Maybe take see for a couple of years. That's a pretty well known Conspiracy IRA right. Yeah I don't buy into it. Yeah I mean like how would how would that happen whatsoever Jordan? Someone five million on what they tell Batman like you gotTa make him retired at management with a Batman. Vote David Stern. They will they will. They were worked together at the NBA. Boys yeah they were crazy conspiracy but but I the only reason I bring it up is because I'm saying to see the behind the scenes of when he retired and when he came back. We'll be awesome because nobody really. You just sent a letter when he came back. That was there at the truck we should. We should try to Bettman on love to talk to Gary. The skit him on. Let's call. Let's call them up. We'll get on the. We'll get them on the screen to what you had thrown me off every magic rory B bellows which. I know you saw the last time. I had the Beer Cup finals and it was all red now. The thing is so gray in the Chin. Maybe might beard. Maybe I'll just keep seeing how she looks as she gets thicker off the cuff. Right now are a if we got Batman on right now. What's the first question asking him? What do you think you'll legacy will be when you retire? That's off the cuff. Okay thank you I mean I I would come up with what about you with you now to prepare? Are you wearing those black orthotic shoes right now? He's apparently he's got issues with his feet off the cuff. I probably would have said why. Don't you have a shoe deal? Like everybody talks about his feet right. He's a commissioner and should he should be rockin like like easies and shit right but he wears the Scherzer's it's like come on man like you probably make fifteen ninety or you get up. That shit must've got a sketchers deal but then no offense but maybe avenue where. He spends his summers somewhere. Nice I'm sure then we'll do a Q. and A. That should be interesting if we asked people on twitter for questions. What's the responses? Yeah one out of every three hundred probably be suitable but yes all right boys. Well hope you'll hopefully. Everybody enjoyed both interviews today and the rest of the show and everybody have a great weekend. If you even if you don't know it is the weekend or check your everyone keep grinding. This is hard and and sending all our love prayers to everyone affected by this people on the front line but everyone else grind through this and I think a JBC so go listen to that interview. We had him on embrace the suck. That was the motto. Just embrace it right now cause everyone's grind through it but keep on keeping on as they say and we appreciate you so much listening so we'll talk to you in a few days as always want to send a big thanks to our wonderful sponsors big. Thank you to everybody over.
The Oregon Ghost Ship
"My investigations into the world of the paranormal metaphysical. I've had to admit that although she don't exist in old houses castles cemeteries and illustration this. Today's mystery is taking place in Oregon. Silence Bay Kgo ship in eighteen. Sixty four hundred fifty foot two Masters Square rigger Blanco left San Francisco for coup spe. She was built for the coastal to help feed the voracious demand for lumber and other supplies. But she never made it. Recommend Silence Bay Indian Agent Simpson just returned from an examination of the vessel and stated that she was a total wreck. Her mass were gone her deck broken and her whole split from decked. Akil at first the wood ribs from the Blanco would poke up out of the sand. During extreme low tides. It has stopped. The silence Indians that occupied the coast at the time. Strip the shipwreck of its cargo yet. The fate of the crew is lost to the miss some time in one thousand nine hundred sixty one a group of tourists that walk the beach borders. The Bay got a glimpse of Square rigger and reported the sighting to local law enforcement. Then again in nineteen eighty. The Blanco was seen by a local resident. Who's house overlooks the bay? She was having tea when the ship appeared. She said she thought it was going to crash into her living room. Then ten years later that'd be nineteen ninety. It was reported that an old two masted ship was seen floating above the water above the water but vanished into the fog. Within minutes of being cited the Lincoln City Visitor and Convention Bureau decided to explore the feasibility of locating the shipwreck buried in the sands and brought in a team of scientists in July of two thousand four. The team assembled at the bay to assess possible geophysical techniques Ted photographs and make a GPS based map of the site armed with historic photos. Gps Map they were able to narrow the search range. After some consideration the team agreed on techniques in two thousand five magnum MAG Natale. Her survey was done aided by GPS positioning data. Near the end of two thousand seven. The processing was complete. An interpretation of the data was possible. The results are not conclusive but they are compelling. They detected a clear region in the survey a region that stands out above the background. It is compelling that the orientation of the wreck scene in the historic photographs and the orientation and size of the red and blue region. In our survey agree it is hardly conclusive but as suggested that we detected and pinpointed the resting place of the Bronco or the haunted ghost ship of Silence Day. What became of the crew? No one really knows. But the indigenous tribe that took the cargo or just maybe it also is the ghost ship of the crew that navigates the Blanco across the bay in plain view. Perhaps a new branch of science will come to Lincoln City and Silence Bay and answer. That
"akil" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Like akil. Augustine NBA TV Canada host and host at Jurassic Park now not the movie, but the actual drastic part where you see all those people in Toronto hanging out outside having a grand old time killed. Thank you for giving us some of your time. How you doing? It'll get me soon back you'll wherever that. I don't want any problems either when I do that to you in anyway. Toronto is a buzz right now. The entire country of Canada is all in on this Toronto, Raptors vibe, they're up three two, one is just feel like a fatal compli or other still some people holding back that, that, you know, wait until it happens kind of mentality. Absolutely. You gotta understand. We've had the ultimate inferiority complex look complex, nation-to-nation relationship. Let alone being the sole Canadian team last NBA after Vancouver folded. Plus, you got to look at how we were represented in the media after the Brooklyn series after the Washington theories things that, you know, popular Americans have said about the franchise plus issues over the years. And, you know, then the seven relationship with the murder, so definitely people are I mean, we're, we're celebrating. But you like Bill undercurrent of, you're probably not gonna or you've never seen anything like what's going to happen if we win the series. Yeah it kill. I was out there for game two and I have to say the energy was magnetic, I was, I was out there with people waiting in line as they were trying to get into Jurassic Park, I was right out there at Jurassic Park, one of the questions I was asking the fans I was saying, you know, this is never happened before. And this is very, very exciting. And you know, the rumor is that coli may not be here next year. So if it comes down to it because I hear y'all doing like the co wine and dine, people are offering Colli condos really trying to get him to say, I said, if it came down to it, and you had to give up someone would you give up Drake or would you give up Colli? Wow. Me back. Yeah. I. But both guys, right? We have in the United States and something Americans. Do plead the fifth. Yeah. You guys can do that over there. Right. We can't over here. So I'm going to Cleveland. I'll say this. I don't think even one. That's a hot take you thick at all. That's a reasonable take a lot of extra money. That's grand has never been hotter. He couldn't sell Jordan's when he was in the United States, he's selling out. Do balance in Canada. So I think when you look at an opportunity when you look at business, and you look at Justice, and you look at what's being presented, you look at energy, you look at a lot of the things that everyone was talking about him going home. Guess, but I mean if you look at a lot of other factors that are play in what's happening with the wines, right? Oh, I think there's a very compelling argument. Just got end up here if not that's one contract or people are talking about, he might just take the full fifty state. I'm sorry to say you guys don't be sorry. Well, we're, we're not we're not clippers fans. NBA TV, Canada and hosts at drastic park. Akil Augustine joining us here on ESPN radio. Rachel Lindsay Jason golf Akil. You've you've been around coli, and in his presence over the last year..
Kushner responds to questions about security clearance
"Security clearances and the Trump administration called into question by a whistle blower. Fox's John decker live at the White House. Senior adviser to the president Jared Kushner, telling FOX's Laura Ingram that his security clearance at the White House was obtained through proper channels after a whistle blower told a different story to congressional investigators over the last two years that I've been here I've been accused of all different types of things and all those things have turned out to be false. We've got a lot of crazy accusations. We colluded with Russia that whistleblower with the personnel security office told a congressional committee that about twenty five individuals were granted White House Akil security clearances after their applications had been initially rejected by career officials for serious
Death toll rises from tsunami triggered by volcanic eruption
"Wants the death toll from that Indonesian soon. Nami now tops two hundred eighty correspondent Akil Kumar reports the to NAMI struck without warning out of the blue the cause is believed to be a volcanic eruption which triggered underwater landslides, and that sent up decent NAMI waves, which hit these people experts blamed the eruption of Krakatoa causing that underwater landslide and Krakatoa is still belching smoke. Another eruption could cause another to
Police detain black teen riding with his white grandmother
"The family of a black teenager in. Wisconsin is thinking about filing a lawsuit after that teen was handcuffed by police over at a parent false robbery. Call Akil Carter riding in a car with his white grandmother police say they pulled that car over after getting a tip that he was trying to rob a white woman. CBS's? Michelle Miller says the family questions the police department story after Carter was detained. An officer is seen exiting the patrol car with his gun outside the holster officers, then approach the teams grandmother. Grandson police say Carter was handcuffed for approximately six minutes. I'm guessing. Misunderstanding. The family's attorney says even if the police account is accurate the officers clearly overreacted that incident last weekend all captured on police departments video
Asian stocks advance as tariffs take a backseat
"Now for the boys trapped in a flooded cave in thailand for more than two weeks or said to be in good spirits as they recover at the hospital they're not going to be able to see that families in egypt it'll be a day or two before that see them they're going to be looked after and monitored by medical teams and then after that it's going to take several days possibly up to seven according to what held officials said earlier in the week before they're let go from the hospital correspondent akil kumar says rescue operations are set to resume for the eight other boys and their soccer coach who wildfires sparked in northern california briefly shut down a highway tonight east of oakland meanwhile firefighters near the oregon state line made progress on the climate on fire that killed one woman and destroyed seventy two structures including homes it's twenty five percent contained britain's most senior official in charge of negotiating the country's exit from the european union he was the prime minister of undermining brexit with her plan to keep close trade ties with the block i'm barbara kusak and i'm bryan curtis in hong kong let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets asian stocks have gained building on positive friday session for global equities investors set aside concerns about trade tensions to prepare for the upcoming earnings season well despite a positive session in region chinese smartphone maker xiaomi is trading down around three percent today on its debut concerns about valuation are weighing on the stock should it be valued as a hardware company or an internet services firm well it seems that investors today are choosing the former shanghaibased costco shipping is selling rights to its long beach container terminal it clears the way now for a six point three billion dollar acquisition of hong kong based orient overseas details from bloomberg's rainy and asensio the chinese state owned shipping giant has signed a national security agreement with the us to dispose of long beach facility that's after the us government panel known as syphilis expressed concern about the terminal become.
"akil" Discussed on We The People
"Officially recognize although akil amar notes that both the constitutional convention was illegal according to the existing rules of the article confederation and the postcivilwar war minutes the constitution were also basically ratified at gunpoint the union government said to the southern states ratify the postcivilwar amendments or else you can't come in which seems pretty extra article five it's not consistent with informal formal procedures so that kill uses that as support for his theory and it is a fascinating theory and did indeed great well our next question similarly relates to the scope and interpretation of the bill of rights and it's about inc and the question asks what aspects of the bill of rights did the us supreme court incorporate to the states so inc like the ninth amendment is the basis for a either a whole class on comore or the beginning of a class on comma because it is so foundational to understanding the meaning of the constitution so we do we the people listeners remember that for james madison the incorporation of certain fundamental rights against the state's was the most important amendment of the entire bunch that he originally proposed and just think about it for a moment if far rights are natural if they come from god or nature and not from government then the state government shouldn't be able to infringe them any more than the federal government can because they precede the formation of government itself and that's why madison in his proposal and i'm quicken again it is madison's proposal fourteen which you can find on the reading rights part of the interactive constitution says no state shall violate the equal rights of conscience or the freedom of the press or the trial by jury in criminal cases just amazing the so this is the most important men in the bunch according to madison the equal rights of conscience which by definition there are unalienable the could the parody matic example of an unalienable rights freedom of the press which is linked to.