17 Burst results for "Alaw"

"alaw" Discussed on Uncomfortable.

Uncomfortable.

04:36 min | 6 months ago

"alaw" Discussed on Uncomfortable.

"What how difficult the Path you chose that your path like you have to foster tales like opportunity cost now love challenges moving here. You know having to like start life all over again, but I don't have any regrets. If anything I I'm able to make life what I wanted to be, and it will need the sack themes through on the. Had I think is part of the experience you know would this can happen to you all the time but I. Really Really Love that you know we wound to find community here because we very community and I think it was my world trying to replicate what I had in Nigerian you know through my community of friends family in you know the religious. Part. So yes, no regrets I. I'm glad I did when it did and I think if I had to do don't work in. Some no, it's a great way to look at it and. Hug You managed to kind of rebuild your community. You have to do to do that because that's tough. Right? That's tough. When you're starting from scratch is really tough and I don't know if you own ideas. I felt like I had to become like that role model as an injury because everything everybody nearby country was. Infrastructure than than we had a lot of we still have some instability north. Bombs. So it was very was a stressful time being during and and of course, like if you. History has always been told. As always being from the standpoint of the Victoria and it has stories so American will join the. Greatest country on earth and when you start the country's to American countries nothing and I learned a lot of my country went into the US that I knew about. In the US especially how we've seen by other people and so that really was adding nobody wanted me about that and I. out my, way and. I think they rarely to I, former might people and a lot of them really close to today I call them the international people not necessarily good with that groping other countries. Alaw International. People one of the Nice thing is. Very. Genetic attract software that said I. Can you know they can be friendly, but they don't really nationally make great trains. And whether that is going to be like a cultural thing make. Friends, we talk about these just beyond the weather like people just sit the dementia nice about it, but we don't miss words. So the whole you're trying to put into great correct. The boast from munising words on saying as teased, it took a while to get justice. And I think I'm slowly losing my Nigerian nece today red difficult and. We short for people in need back home. With such eventuality that sometimes if oh, sure here and it's like. Doing the people if you're coming on too strong leg back-off like you know and so it's gonNA balance in management. But I found my people will even though we Texas after living about six seven years and signing. Oklahoma again, I just myself I disrespecting anyway destroy anyway anyway. I'll find make to make it happen because once the morning that opportunity myself I'm Andrea I lost my roots in a way I mean home it's so different for me nine one I do get to go home it doesn't feel like just like imagination that I concoct then 'cause homeless chained everyone has moved people at different in different walks of life. But yes, it took a while to build them but I for my people people that. Are Genuine, 'cause I'm beginning relationship and about community I believe we shouldn't do my phone and so they found to cover me and.

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"alaw" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"alaw" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

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"alaw" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"alaw" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Yes. Morphing configuration, because shop Alaw and Doug is I. Yes, there, first because the portray plays in w. Evans for vinca. It's Edmund sit surpass and then stem Atraaf against OJ LES seem. What's happened in halladay tonight and Birmingham? I how this is what I Don I come from Birmingham. How come they go some place today? In london. Weather's David ever. What has happened in a tell you what in Birmingham, they've had they've had some cooking munches today. A soccer against Sakari as a as a first round who were. Who were is six one four six six three. Pretty much pretense of a beat Harry the one in four and as you mentioned yesterday I don't and Williams on a more that was a that was a one much partnership fleeting research. It is. It is not been a good day for Matt, perhaps ways. He's not appearing on this podcast is both the honest from skirt and Vittori is over have lost. There was a moment where he started live streaming because MOVA match just because he was so depressed about the weather here. Oh, well, I doubt that would have helped. Vittori is my velocity Maria Sharapova in my yorker. And they are. Yeah. I much in four months, I genuinely didn't know she played tennis. I mean yeah I didn't know she I think she took it. Yes. She's lost minute workout, seventy it was seven six six love. Because my overplayed, that is a good win for Sharapova straight off formats out. Matt can possibly the divide? Yeah. Which is. I'm not sure girls is 'cause my thing I think it should be. She got massive serve. Yeah. I k- cover will say one in few months disapproving. Look in your house and risk loss to somebody, I've never heard of which is better surprise Milka bridge Tif off her. As a rank had lost Garcia. That's for first Rams, as well. Isn't it visa kunai Anisimov, Simonova Loomis? She won. She went through over tee Martin Kover. Yep. We will leave that one. Some stays beats Zhang and Savasta one three that's me orcre. But yet Birmingham was following more closely today. I can leave this Akari against the soccer was the first round of potential dot Googlers beat you strums with Petra Martic beat Alexandra. I find this result. Very interesting, Iran Ostapenko six love, six to overeager severe traffic. Lost his junior Wimbledon champion one of months darlings. He's not he's not an exhibit total wash. This potentially sounds. Silly is Spitak is she's eighteen she's, she's Betty, played at senior level. Although, of course, had a run at the French Open, but she's a qualifier, which is always dangerous. We know she loves cross. We know how. Dangerous and talented. She is meals. They know how outperformers to paint cO is a I think Ostapenko love. And to take, I think that's a big win feeling Ostapenko who now plays Joe counter is the stars or something. That's the knee phrase. Mr. Broncos in the mix. Roger Federer defeated John millman, seven six six three US open revenge. Joel foot. Sandra winner Gasquet one church one and that'll just about doing. I think we have been the tennis podcasts at this point here on this Tuesday evening and rainy, London, this the first tennis ball cost without tennis. I think it probably is, yeah, but it's been good. I wonder if anybody's listening as anybody still there anyway. We've been brought you in association with the Tigers executive produced came today, tennis balls dot com. That's enough of that. And it became how wash tennis there's a plastic and, and executive, what is it Moscow Israel with the y y we'll be back tomorrow? Hopefully with tennis having actually been plagued by.

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"alaw" Discussed on The Health Code

The Health Code

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on The Health Code

"I gone camping. Anyway, anyway. So the other day, I'm kind of looking into getting my diving certificate McAuliffe cash in to do some deep dives and stuff like that. And I was talking to says he bands, here's like, oh, yeah. K maybe it'll be interested in it, and then, like, two seconds light off. She comes back to me. She's like, hang on of thought about it. And I don't actually lock date water. It scares me. I'm like, what we've been snorkeling the other day. And you said you loved it. And you're wrote me and with your snorkeling again and nail this date ward. I don't wanna go scuba diving with what you what did you deal do you like anything fun? Not to mention OEM paddle boarding the other day was one of my friends, and it was beautiful and calm. There was like no ways in the ocean. And I was like, if it's a day like that again. And I got you a paddleboard I went and bought you a paddleboard would you go into it with me and use looked me in the eyes and you just want him. Okay. Okay. Can I explain myself? I love being a moment. If you watch my blogs, basically, every second vogue. It's like an underwater scene of like me swimming in the race with the fish. Okay. I love it. I really do. But it takes a lot of courage for me like I'm kind of hyperventilating, and I have really bad anxiety. I don't know why likes big fish and shocks. They do scare me. I'm not going to lie. Yes, I go in the day border. I just meant up in jumper ner ner act confident and embrace my in a moment. But I do I get like of it's good. So I feel like scuba diving. That's just a whole new skid, if he's scared of, like shocks. What is it just the, the depth of the water? I, I didn't are. I don't know. But we scuba diving. It's more equalizing my as on. On business that to figure you get up. And I would rather have like goggles swine love goggles. I don't mind goggles. But if we go scuba Kate, but I'm saying with Poudel boarding, when it's like deep black water, and your stay or like me, the hey BJ Bs one time, may my friend Matty, William Hamilton island, and we, she has a bird, and we like duct the boat far away from this island and we'll swing towards this, cool island to lay on the sand amid will just talking and swimming, and like chatting and looking at it other, and then we looked down, and it was black water. We both started crying nor joke literally crying because swimming knowing because we will swimming in it was like beautiful crystal water. You could see the sand you could see some like some fish and then next second in a shock trench. My a. It was her dad said it was. He was just trying to play with the it was bliss. Come on shock transpire Lang K. We've said quite quickly wrap. I get it on girlfriend. Okay. Besides being a bad girlfriend talking about some risk there. Quite relevant to my wake this week. So listen to these pocus the beginning of the week and was about taking risks and at the moment, it was so relevant to, like, Alaw right now, Amen..

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"alaw" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Later on. Also, we'll take a look at the president Andy making news on the call with Amir potent and and much more. But shocking footage of children in Philadelphia. And the Islamic center. There has emerged last week showing them saying that they would chop off heads for Allah. The Muslim American society Islamic center in Philadelphia posted this video to its Facebook page, celebrating Oma meeting the world Muslim community in which young children wearing Palestinian scarves, sang and read poetry about killing for Allah and the mosque in Jerusalem. We will defend the Linden divine guidance with our bodies, we will sacrifice our souls without hesitation, we will chop off their heads and will liberate the sorrowful and exalted L oxo mosque. We will lead the army of Alaw fulfilling his promise, we will subject them to eternal torture. This is an actual audio from this video footage again, this is not happening in the Middle East or in Iran or in Saudi Arabia. Philadelphia. And it's happening in centers all over the country. Iran an imam rather by the name of Mohammed..

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"alaw" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"GMC podcast. Our I'm your host Jeff Alaw with me as always his Mark Souza talked about the alliance of American football league that happened the first week this weekend, Saturday and Sunday games. And how do they go in? How the fans respond? We'll talk about that. Also, the NBA we're post trade deadline now on the way all star break. That's this weekend. So we gotta talk about how teams are looking with their new acquisitions, and feels that he's talked about we will be talking about. So I if I lines Merican football the first games were if I'm not mistaken, the Atlanta legends versus the Orlando Apollo, and then it was the San Diego fleet versus the San Antonio commanders. That is a mouthful. But regardless both games on Saturday generated roughly around two point nine million viewers actually watched it on YouTube myself because I couldn't get the Orlando island to game it was east coast. And with that it was like about like, I would say about five four thirty nine hundred people. I saw were watching both games combined on YouTube, which isn't too bad. But most of the viewer in. There was is on TBS. And I believe is on the NFL network if I'm not mistaken also. So there was a bunch of places you could watch the game. So, but anyways, those games are pretty good. I there's a lot of talent there, obviously. But nothing too spectacular my opinion. But there was a I just felt kinda odd. I don't know it just felt really off to me. I think just big playoff. No kicking. No kickoffs or anything of that nature. But the games went pretty smoothly. If you ask me. Yeah. You know football. I think that's why a lot of people watched mean, I think it's I think morbid curiosity. Yeah. It's the first weekend. So there's a novelty aspect to it. So we're not sure if this leaking continued to get ratings like that. But if they can that's really big because look man, the NFL's twenty one billion dollar business every year if you can shave off, I don't know a thirtieth of that you're making money. You know, what I mean like you don't have to this league doesn't have to make billions and billions of year to be worthwhile to be lucrative in Vietnam. But hey, if they can make out, no. Hundred million dollars like from this season. I think that'd be a big win in their book. And yeah, it's football, man. Like if we needed any more proof that football is king in this country. There you go this this weekend. I mean, we saw the ratings beat a lot of notable in being games. Yes. And I think because it's in the middle of the season were games are being as crucial as they were later on. I think that's another reason we're in that kind of middle of the year NBA time where it's not taken as like seriously as it is later on like for fans, I and I'll be honest, I was in a prominent sports bar in the area, and they had pretty much they're watching three different events that same time UFC the thunder rockets and be game and the af game, and it was pretty split, which which hey f game do you? Remember who was I believe it was San Diego. Okay. Yes. And there were there was only like to actually one game. That was a once, Don even that. No, no, no. That one game was one score game. Here are the scores. Just just to late your the is on a hotshot speed the same sakes. San Antonio, the Salt Lake's dalliance thirty eight to twenty two that's highest scoring game of the all whole week Birmingham. Iron with tremor tin. The most notable player on them defeated the Memphis express. I believe Memphis has hackenberg. If I'm not mistaken. Yes. Well, he blinked twenty six nothing. So that's a Mike Zealand Terry's first head coaching job since the forty Niners. I'm not mistaken, and they in Orlando Apollo beat the Atlanta legends forty two six and then the lowest scoring game of the night San Antonio commanders defeat the sandiego fleet fifteen to six so obviously there's a lot of there's no seven. Like, no games had the in the seven like multiplying by seven or any of that kind of stuff because affect you can't go for one you can only go for two..

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"alaw" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on WLAC

"Day. Three twenty nine Decatur. Love you to come by and sample what we offer. Some of the tenderest alligator that you'll get the southeast Louisiana's. We serve Alaw alligator. A very unique dish, but I bet you've traveled. I have we serve crawfish and grits instead of the traditional shrimp and grits. We have some really great fried green tomatoes crabcakes full of crap. We base our cooking on the style of Breaux bridge, Louisiana and not your traditional New Orleans Creole style. We take reservations if you'd like to check us out. Our number is five oh, four three seven three forty eight fifty two. We are regular listeners of yours. And we would love to have you. Visit. That's Rhonda Miller. See that's a good person and know right there because we're going to want some alligator while we're there, I I can assure you Dino. Buddy of mine got mad the other day. And I said, you know, I can do New Orleans for two days, and then I have to leave. He said that's a really crappy thing to say about a great city. I said, oh, it's not the city's fault. You've never seen. How I behave. When I go to the city. You see my problem is there's no city that serves richer food, the New Orleans, and there are certain things that when I eat I don't know how to eat. Like a reasonable human being donuts. Fried chicken fried shrimp there certain foods when I eat. I don't I don't know how to pace myself when I go to New Orleans. My problem is I think to myself man, win of my ever gonna get this dish again. So I have to eat an amount of it. That will make me feel horrible. When I'm done so two days in I've packed eight meals into it. I've got to go I've got to go into food rehab. It's nothing against the city. It's just I have to go into a personal level of rehab because my body has to heal. That's that's a that's a compliment to the city truth be told that's an absolute complement to the city urban go ahead. Excuse me. I couldn't hear you. Do you have jet? I can't hear it very well. Yeah. Go ahead. Have you ever been to the battlefield? I have not. Begin a.

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"alaw" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Twenty nine Decatur. I love you to come by and sample, what we offer we serve some of the tenderest alligator that you'll get the southeast Louisiana. We serve Alaw alligator. A very unique dish. But I bet you've tried it. We serve crawfish grits instead of the traditional shrimp and grits. We have some really great fried green tomatoes crabcakes full of crap. We base our cooking on the style of Breaux bridge, Louisiana and not your traditional New Orleans Creole style. We take reservations if you'd like to check us out. Our number is five oh, four three seven three forty eight fifty two. We are regular listeners of yours. And we would love to have you. Visit. That's Rhonda Miller. See that's a good person to know right there because we're going to want some alligator while we're there. I can I can assure you Dino. Buddy of mine got mad the other day. And I said, you know, I can do New Orleans for two days, and then I have to leave. He said that's a really crappy thing to say about a great city. I said, oh, it's not the city's fault. You've never seen. How I behave. When I go to the city. You see my problem is there's no city that serves richer food, the New Orleans, and there are certain things that when I eat I don't know how to eat like a reasonable human being. Donuts. Fried chicken. Fried shrimp. There's certain foods when I eat. I don't I don't know how to pace myself when I go to New Orleans. My problem is I think to myself man, when am I ever gonna get this dish again? So I have to eat an amount of it. That will make me feel horrible when I'm done. So two days in I've packed eight meals into it. I've got to go I've got to go into food rehab. It's nothing against the city. It's just I have to go into a personal level of rehab because my body has to heal. That's that's a that's a compliment to the city truth be told that's an absolute complement to the city urban go ahead. Excuse me. Are you in? I couldn't hear you. Do you have? Chan I can't hear it very well. Yeah. Go ahead. Hey. Have you ever been to the battlefield? I have not. If.

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"alaw" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

NFL Talking Heads

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"I'm not sure, but forever who actually got to go to but watch the things giving game between Detroit and Chicago. They were talking about how chase Daniel was hand picked and brought over with Matt Nagy. So glad that, you know, pick his come to come to really work out for them. However on the Chicago side, though, I will say I'm sorry and both running backs both Cohen and Howard. I mean there again just going off with a simple game flow script projection of controlling the ball running three Cohen had nearly twenty points last week. The giants have allowed over one hundred yards to opposing teams and four straight games including rushing touchdowns. So I think that the game script looks good for both running backs in Chicago. Well, let's talk about some quarterbacks for like two quarterback leagues. Because every league that you and Iran is a two quarterback league. We both love to Quebec league. Hopefully there are people in leagues people are in leagues that are two quarterback leagues. They're awesome. Lot of fun. Let's talk about some of these core backs that are on the waiver wire in a l- just most all to hornbeck leagues and probably every single one quarterback league. I'm going to go through a few of these. These are backup quarterbacks that are thrust into action because the star went out and injury Alaw chase. Daniel let's go through some of these. Because a lot of them have some decent matchups. Let me know what you think. We have chased Daniels against New York. I think this is a sneaky bad matchup for chase. Daniel had a solid performance in Detroit against a defense. That's worse than like eleven cardboard cutouts those defensive players, so not a huge fan of chased ails this year. I mean this week just based on the matchup one guy that I do like a lot though this week, and maybe maybe a lot as a little bit of an exaggeration. I don't wanna get too carried away..

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"alaw" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey's most listened to station. New Jersey one at one point five news starts now. I'm cutter topic are report at this hour. Superior Court Judge Thomas Moore is allowing most of the state's lawsuit against the maker of Oxycontin to move forward. He dismissed a public nuisance claim against her do pharma bought he's allowing other aspects of the state's case to move forward. State argues, the company exploited vulnerable new markets to boost profits Purdue pharma says it vigorously denies the states claims ocean county prosecutor Joe coronado's pill burn program has destroyed almost thirty nine thousand pounds of unused prescription drugs since it started in two thousand fourteen spokesman Alaw says it's easy to just drop off unused meds, insecure, boxes and most ocean county police station. Wash them down the toilet this concern that they gets into the water system somehow. So you don't wanna do that. The local PD sends the stuff to the prosecutor's office where it is burned. And the state supreme court has dismissed more than five hundred pending lawsuits against the maker of an acne drug that caused some patients to develop a gastro intestinal disease. The court ruled Hoffman laroche's warning labels for its Accutane drug were adequate plaintiffs have contended the warnings should have said the drug causes the disease rather than is associated with a woman who admitted she was driving drunk when she struck and killed a recycling company employees earlier scare has been sentenced to six years in state prison. Fifty two year old Phyllis Khachaturian of south river had pleaded guilty in August two vehicle homicide. Forty nine year old William all Ross of north Brunswick was working for a private company when he was struck may third in south river. Past performance outfits and never before seen personal items some museum exhibit about Whitney Houston, launches later this month at the Grammy museum experience in Newark. Beginnings are all from downtown Newark at the new hope Baptist church, choir made sense to open the exhibit here rather than elsewhere founding. Executive director Bob Santelli says the exhibit will run through June more warm weather ahead meteorologist, Dan barrows. Complete forecast is coming up to jersey fast traffic in one minute, New.

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"alaw" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin the private military contractor blackwater changed its name years ago after the name became virtually synonymous for reckless mercenary gunman Iraqis Afghans and often US soldiers considered blackwater to be accountable to no-one except one time when four blackwater guards were prosecuted for a massacre in Iraq now after eleven years of proceedings the sentences from that trial may be drastically reduced. Here's NPR's quil Lawrence even in a violent warzone the killings in the sewer square in Baghdad stood out a State Department convoy guarded by blackwater gunman approach a traffic circle on September sixteenth two thousand seven. A traffic cop. Alec Alaw Salman was at the square NPR air this interview back in two thousand seven long shot. Someone said in American shot the young driver of a white sedan. Salman rushed toward the man and his mother who was clinging to her son. He raised his hand to stop. This time the the man shut the mother that then more blackwater guards machine gun cars and a passenger bus and fleeing civilians fourteen Iraqis died, including two women and two boys under twelve eighteen others were wounded, no evidence, the American convoy ever took hostile fire and Sara Lee Whitson with human rights. Watch says it wasn't the first time blackwater had been accused lack waters own study in two thousand five document that they had been involved in one hundred ninety five shootings in Iraq. And that they had fired first on Iraqis in one hundred and sixty cases against the wishes of the Iraqi government the contractors were flown home to the US to face trial at first a judge dismissed the case saying the Justice department had mishandled the evidence. It took until two thousand fourteen for a retrial to sentenced three men to thirty years in prison for manslaughter and. Fourth nNcholas Latin to life in prison for murder, which says that showed that private military contractors could be held accountable. I think it sent an important message that while the American Justice system was slow it delivered. But last year, a three judge panel of the US court of appeals ordered another trial saying the thirty year sentences were unconstitutionally harsh and slat and should not have been tried together. With the other three last week's Latins case ended in a mistrial. So that message about accountability for military contractors is in doubt says former army Colonel Isaiah Wilson. And he says that undermines the credibility of even uniformed American soldiers because at least graze out or muddies the differentiation between legitimate combatant and illegitimate combatant. All that may be true. But defense attorney Bill Caufield says it's got nothing to do with his client. I for the life of me cannot under. Stand. How a juror could follow the instructions of the court gave them and take the evidence that was presented at trial and have found beyond a reasonable doubt. That any of these young men were guilty Cowfield represents one of the three contractors charged with manslaughter, nNcholas Latins, attorney declined comment for this story. Cowfield says the men were making split-second decisions when they began shooting at the white sedan, which was not stopping as it approached convoy. Unfortunately, it's a war zone and terrible things happen in a war zone unintentionally, but giving people due process and being fair to people doesn't mean that it isn't a tragic situation. The men have served four years at this point today. They could walk free or start yet.

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"alaw" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ball. Steve, you know, I've thought about you today when a friend of mine was just yesterday that I read a tweet, I don't know when she put it up, but she said, I don't have any kids in school. And so the going back to school Labor Day weekend thing really shouldn't resonate with me. But whenever I think of the Labor Day weekend and kids going back to school. I get the chills because summer's over. I think that's it. But also, I think it's sort of what a school meant to a lot of us. It's like okay here. I go again, I still by construction paper every September because they like to have some. Scissors scissors round ones. What about the kitty folders kitty folders mean like his in kittens? Yeah. No. I don't have those snow. The five star regular blue. Right folder. And some of us have metal lunchboxes once upon a time. Violeta explain those two later on. How was a hot lunch kinda girl? Okay. So the news click at WGN radio dot com yesterday was l f. Rum's not running. Do you wish? He'd had a third term. Yes. Fifty one percent. No forty nine percent. Wow. So figure fifty fifty on that half of your just as glad he's not going to be there. As wish she'd stick around. The news click Alaw. Nike is using Colin Kaepernick for its latest. Just do it campaign. A good for them. I'm buying be. I'm tuned out. See I'm tuned in and my shoes are on fire. All right, pick one of those please wgnradiOcom like me on Facebook. I'm WGN king. John, and you can vote there to Christian pitcher Alenia in our studio. Welcome back Christian. Nice to see you. Good to see you, John. How are you gonna vote on our news click? I'm supporting I love Nike for what they did. And for supporting the communities that they know they need to support you are the author of a book called white American youth American youth. And when that book came out you came onto our show. I read the book and a weekend. It was just stunning what you this reformed white extremist went through and the transformation you able to make into a person who is now trying to fight back against the hate in the world, particularly what we saw in Charlottesville and throughout the country. You are the producer of breaking hate on MSNBC which aired again last Sunday night. And again, the author of white American youth. You're writing another book to write I am. I'm I'm writing kind of the follow up to to the memoir, and this is more of a self help memoir. And it's going to be called the intervention of a nation talk to you about that in a second. I've mostly wanted you to come on to talk about breaking hate this MSNBC thing, which you may have seen which you may yet. See, but was just remarkable for what it did. And we'll talk about that off the air. You were telling me that you support. Let's just finish this conversation about Colin Kaepernick for a second. He donated your foundation, right? Yeah. When I was with life after hate he donated he was going around donating spending a year, donating money to organise, Asians that were smaller that weren't really in the public eye. When that's that's that think about this. So there you were a white finish that you were a white what I was a Neo Nazi white supremacist skinhead, and he gave twenty thousand dollars to you. He did why. Because he believed in us, and he believed in the work that we were doing. Doing and he wanted to bring that to light. And this was in response to the Trump administration pulling a four hundred thousand dollar grant from us at the time you had a four hundred thousand dollar grant. We did we at the time. We had applied under the Obama administration for the grant to develop an online intervention program because so many young people are being radicalized online into all sorts of extremist groups, and we had one and we were kind of on a platform where they put us out as as really great examples of this award and the administration changed over in a couple of months after the switchover while we were waiting for the check we got an Email saying sorry, but no, thanks. Why did they do that? I don't know. We were never told giving it was political or do you think it was just maybe budgetary? Well, it wasn't budgetary because they had the money already allocated to thirty eight groups who'd won this grant. And we were one of the thirty eight thirty eight we were the only one who was rescinded. We were also the only one that focused on white supremacy. So in the book, you wrote in this has been your life. You grew up in Chicago on the south side side, south west side. And give me the elevator speech about what happened. Well, you know, I mean Chicago's a great working class city in the south west side know, the neighborhood that I lived in blue island was kind of a lower middle class neighborhood. My parents are telling them Magritte's who came over from Italy in the sixties, and I wasn't raised with any real racism or hate my parents were the victims of prejudice when they came over. But because they were immigrants. They also had to work really really hard as a kid. I didn't really understand why they were gone seven days a week fourteen hours a day, you resent it a lot of that. And then there was a man who surfaced in your life who for the first time made you feel good about your heritage. Yeah. When I was fourteen years old as this angry teen acting out. I was standing in an alley. Oh, smoking a joint and this guy walked up to me with a shaved head and boots was nineteen eighty-seven. So nobody really knew what a skinhead was in America. Anyway. And he took the joint from my mouth, and he looked me in the eyes. And he said, that's what the communists and the Jews want you to do to keep you docile. I'm not lying to you one word, John when I tell you, I didn't know what a communist was that didn't know what did you wasn't. I didn't know what the word meant. I was fourteen year old kid who had no friends who grew up kind of marginalized and really shy. And that man walked up to me. And he kind of threw me a lifeline felt as though he was the first person to kind of accept me, even though he was pulling joint from leading you to though he did because what he did after he pulled that join out of my mouth was he comforted me. He asked me if I was talion after he asked me what my name was. And then he started to regale me with these stories about the Roman empire, and how strong of warriors they were philosophers and artists and kind of resonated with me because I lived in the sa- talian bubble on the southwest side of Chicago. And he made me feel important. And he was the first person to really do that. And I gravitated to him and then slowly indoctrinated you into this white supremacist thinking. Yeah, he didn't have to do much because I was so willing to mimic what they were. Look what they look like what they were saying, you know, the kind of music that they listen to it kind of was self radicalizing. Even though I was pulled in by this guy, who by the way was America's first Neo Nazi skinhead name was Clark Martell. And. I wanted to fit in so badly that I would have done anything the violence that you. Engaged in was jar dropping in the book. It's still to me. I still have a hard time reconciling that and even thinking that I can make amends for that. Even though I try every day that you personally took on the university of Illinois football team and one in a bar was me and a couple of other skinheads, but who weren't big and weren't football linemen in the big ten is just stunning. Some of the stuff. I will never forget it. And then you make this transformation. You have such a warm smile. You seem like such an affable guy. You look like a wrestler. You look like a strong man, but your demeanor is so calming and pleasant. I don't know how you did that thank you. I think it was always there. I think I was always that shy. Introverted very unpack ethic. Isn't that interesting? So maybe some of the skinheads, I San Charlottesville are little Christian pitch Alenia inside. I can tell you that they are because several of them have reached out to me, and I've been working with them, including some of the people who were instrumental in putting together. So that was this MSNBC special called breaking hate what did you do there? So we we shot the first of what hopefully we'll be a six part series. The first episode was working with a young man from Louisville. His name was Gabe who was a hammer skin. He was from the same skinhead group that I'd come from that I used to lead many many years the largest in the country. I would say it's probably the largest in the world, certainly the most violent. Okay. So keep going. So this is a you know, a twenty year old kid with tattoos on his face SS and swastikas all over his body. And he had been working with him prior to Charlottesville mothered reached out to me, and he was making progress. And then I found out from his mother that he had gone to the rally. We know what happened at the rally on the TV show, you then take the woman who is the mother of the woman that was killed. Yeah. Susan, bro. Who is Heather hires mother who was killed at that rally, and you and she met in a church with with Gabe. The skinhead with swastikas on his body was he responsible for the death of her daughter. He was not. No, he was there. He was part of the larger rally, but he was not involved in the actual what happened when you sat down in the church. Well, you know, I kind of just sat back like I always do and I listened because I really I wanted them to be able to speak to each other. I'm there to guide and they were able to connect. Although it was awkward. They were able to connect because frankly, both Heather the woman who was killed in Charlottesville and Gabe had a very similar upbringing. Really? Yeah. They'd both kind of grown up in poverty in a trailer and had parents who were dictated to drugs and alcohol, and you know, kind of found different paths, obviously. But we're lead their frankly by the same things is this your mission to sort of save these kids one dumdum at a time. I always say that had a baseball coach or somebody else come up to me in that alley when I was fourteen I would have gone with them instead of the skinhead. I guess, you know, part of my mission is to be that person that steps into that, you know, dead and alley behind the corners of union and division streets and be an option Christian pitch Alenia is in our studio. If you have not read the book white American youth. It's Chicago story Saint ancient history. We're talking late nineteen eighties which in many ways feels like two thousand eighteen and it's just stunningly local and graphic and honest in real now, what are you doing? Now. What can I do for you these days? Well, you can keep talking about the issues that we have. And you're very good at that. You know, I think there's never been a time in my life. Even when I was involved in the movement where I was more terrified about the atmosphere. That's going on and the rhetoric from the highest levels that seems to support the same mission. So keep talking about it. Really? I mean, I know that the president gets painted as not being tough enough on this issue. But maybe that's an easy shots. Do you think it starts there? Or what's the source of this new wave? You know, I think feeds they feed each other. Right. I mean, we're during times of social economic crisis of uncertainty. This is when extremist groups tend to pop up because they promise very black and white solutions for very complex pry, they do a whole population. What that guy did in the alley for you? Absolutely. Promise you something that's a false promise. Yeah. So you know, maybe in our history. We've never had that megaphone before were there was that person in the alley when I was fourteen years old it used to hide in corners and darkness and shadows. But now we're hearing it from the bully pulpit, and it's coming from the very top though. The top is feeding what's happening in our level. John the bottom. It also always lived there. It's just now finding a chance to come out. Founder free.

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"alaw" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Personnel group every different wrinkle here. Comes three wides, here comes the double tight ends here he's gonna mix it up down. By, down You know, it's not going to be quarter-by-quarter game by game it's going to be literally down. By down three wides too tight end he's gonna go he's going to you. Know all whatever his exotic packages are he's going, to make you as. A defensive coordinator and, as a defensive coach match up to what he's doing. And and you'd better be pretty cerebral and you better be in your playbook if you're playing the. Raiders this year because he's going to mix it up you literally on every single possession you're gonna see, a myriad of different looks we're Kyle's is also an. Expert play caller but you don't see quite the personnel grouping variety. That Gruden, likes to show what calcium does is he has his uncanny ability to know the personnel on the other teams defense, on the opposition's defence better or that that. Might be an exaggeration but just as well as that team knows their own. Personnel so he knows that you'll jerick MC Kennan I mean the reason they went. Out and got jerick McKinnon was because probably third downs but also just. You know the. The play by, play the, every down matchup issues that Kyle. Shanahan can see him causing isolating him by formations by shifts motions and in dictating matchups to get jerick McKinnon most likely on third downs out in space where he can catch a pass. By a quarterback is gonna put it right on his numbers he's going to. Be able to turn up feel. And make one, guy mess so he he's. Really good especially on third downs of finding, those matchups and I think that'll carry over in time to the red zone in being able to find those matchups find the soft spot in team's defenses and and exploit them but my question though people talk about the red zone threat know, they they don't have a big body Jimmy Graham and they. Don't have a guy to just throw Wrote up and go get it Pierre Garson sewn is more of eight you'll he's he's kind of, a box out. Wide receiver. Somebody. Who can, make traffic but I just don't know if that's necessary to have a guy, six four who, can go, up and get it when when they're going to be trying to create those windows and find those matchups to get the ball I can like what they look like in the red zone potentially you got killed emerging gar sawn healthy you got Trent Taylor knows how to sit in soft spots in his own coverage. And you got a deadly accurate quarterback who can buy some by some extra. Time by moving his feet, in the pocket I think on paper even. Without a Jimmy Graham I think the Niners could be quite a bit better in the red zone than what we saw a year ago and what we've seen thus. Far in the preseason, now one of the wrinkles in the preseason is, that Sean McVeigh has yet to play, any, of his offensive starters three games in that's right McVay saying, they're not playing at all no girly no golf no nobody. We'll, talk a little bit about, the wisdom. Of that look around the NFL discuss week three in the preseason but it is, time for the city national Bank business and technology report here's Jason Middleton the EU is drafting new legislation aimed at preventing. A Cambridge analytic type scenario happening in next year's, European parliament elections the financial times reports that the European Commission is preparing a rule that would ban data collection Alaw Cambridge Analytica and Germany is beginning its own investigation. Of, Facebook after finding that the social media giant abused its market dominance to gather data on people without their knowledge, or consent I'm. Jason Middleton.

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"alaw" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Cats Bam's and how to take care of your pets polls in winds. Up so stay right there What Radio, pads people. Kosher One. Welcome to the show. I'm your house Sam I'm the, Queen of our doubts and this is biggest rock dog radio where a rock and roll. Show all about pets people and pop culture was waiting for Jim to, finish that for me I was inhaling, exhaling you Not in the, proper breathing sequence to. Respond That is a typical Jim responds so round I would never have known you. Going, to say. That, in a million years oh my goodness well here we are for. Another live show of biggest rock talk radio it's been another busy week for animals and. A lot going on in the animal world, we've got a great show lined up today and we're glad. That you're here your new to the show thank you. For, listening in and to our regular listeners Hello. This is? Kind of a Saturday, morning date. Isn't it Jim with our. Listeners it is it's top of the morning I've been out. For a couple of. Miles of. The dog. It's so warm here I'm sweating. I'm sorry there are people in. Cold parts That's so mean Why would you say It's been really nice though how little. Say great for walks get them in now for, it gets too hot and that's all I have. To, say about that well today's show. Is dedicated to flash now flash. Was a handsome cat Hero of the universe I'm not sure that's who he. Was named after Robert they named him after flash, Alaw to ask the reason we're dedicating this show. Is, that flash passed away yesterday fifteen. And a half years old and He's. Going to be sorely missed by l. Donut and John and. They've been his family from the, day he was born they've been there all the way that's very. Very special we do feel for them we know how. That feels so lots of. Love to l.. Donen John and enter flash so that's that's dedication for today and, it's the least we could do flash Well if you knew to the show like I said if you come to the show all the. Time then you. Probably know where you're going to.

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"alaw" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show

"Can you draw the defense and kick it to people maybe in a way that last year was not successful because you didn't have a lot of guys who could knock down the shots that were that may have been on the other end of those passes. It's it's hard to kinda measure that piece of where baby or decisions that were made, but nobody nobody could finish the Scott. So I do think there's something there. I think this year's team may give you a better idea of what his, you know, kind of ultimate position. Alternate role is going forward in. A different way than than maybe last year's personnel would would allow you to make any kind of semi definitive claim as to where he really fits. Run. You want to go watch, wanted to say that. I think that one of the things that I'll have to get really good at is finding guys in the paint when he gets into the paint, as opposed to we're talking about driving kick and hitting shots and all that stuff. But if he can split the defence, it's top of the key get into the paint and find Jon Morgan down low can find Pfitzner. I guess if he's their race, Thompson, whoever Justin Smith, if he can find them in the paint. I think that's a really valuable thing. Because again, with that length, he's going to be able to get above the defense when he gets up in the air. If he can't finish find someone dish it off, really, what he needs to do is especially if he's going to be struggling shooting, Gabby struggling finishing. You mentioned that he gets fouled a lot. How often does he finishing through contact though? And with those field goal percentages, it can't be very high. And so I think that he's got to also be able to locate his teammates in the paint on the perimeter wherever and make sure he's getting them involved in make sure e- when he can't. Finish if he's not, you know. Shooting or scoring that he's making the extra pass to get other people involved. So in we've spent a lot of time talking about the offense, and this is kind of what we did was act mcroberts last week to talk about the offense and what can improve offensively what is going to get out Durham on the court is his defense. And I was surprised when I went and looked at the numbers that synergy defensively, just in terms of his percentage, they were very similar to act mcroberts actually. So you look at his overall defense in one hundred fifty, six possessions where he guarded the man that took a shot or turn it over. Basically, the ended the possession, his main square point, six, six points per possession. That was in the ninety third percentile nationally. And that's what he did as a freshman. And he was especially good at spending defending players who were spotting up, and this was a weakness of Indiana's defense last year. You know, think about how many times Indiana had trouble recovering shooter got blown by and defending us. We're spotting up allies in the ninety four th percentile. Really good at defending jump shots, good at defending guys who were driving right or left. So he really showed. Good defensive instincts, pretty good understanding of the system as the season went along and a good ability to not do the fake hustle that coached on Sony talks about, but really close out well on guys and force them into a difficult shot or difficult movement. And so we got this question from Matt and slack. I think it's a good one. He says, how quickly can Durham cross the Robert Johnson bar when it comes to defending the opponents best perimeter player. Now, Robert Johnson was one of the best defenders in the big ten in senior. I don't think anybody expects that, but I do think Alaw a lot of value this year as a defender, and I think he's not going to be who starts probably, but I think he will get a lot of time off the bench and come in and probably end up guarding one of the opponent's best players out there on the perimeter. I think that's fair. Certainly that he would that he would get the toughest sinement..

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"alaw" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Western conference playoff standings and they're still now middle of the pack but they're playing better and there is a specific reason why actually there are two reasons why number two frazier mid post aldridge aldridge against muhima back to the basket on the block takes a baseline offbalance balance seven points four lamarcus aldridge i said off balance was he went off one foot alaw dirk nowitzki one big reason that the spurs are successful is because of the way lamarcus aldridge is playing right now twenty seven points nine rebounds and he's averaging about those numbers during this five game win streak if you're looking for some history for the san antonio spurs they've locked up their twentyfirst straight waning campaign which was already an nba record and they have now extended their forty two and thirty they will have a winning record regardless of their playoff position when the season is over twenty one consecutive winning seasons for gregg popovich and the san antonio spurs so lamarcus aldridge coming on strong he's the catalyst for the offense very often but gregg popovich will tell you that it's the defense that really has spurred this latest run in san antonio we lost enough to refocus we talked about it worked on shootarounds when we didn't have practices you know they're they're intelligent group and they realized that we don't get that back together we another nothing because we slip out you know offensively sometimes we can't score for four or five minutes so the defense is important tonight they play great defense a great job and followed up with the board and that one game for us in her plane and defensively did this spurs are now tied with the pelicans forty two and thirty they're locking at fifth and sixth in the western conference playoff standings it's after hours here on cbs sports radio.

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"alaw" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"alaw" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"Alana press he's on sway in the morning his wrap which i thought was very good shot to win another thing that's great but that your last week to train for a fight for your most critical weeks and he's outdoing press that bothers me you know damien my don't training training to inject two choking guys unconscious not doing press that really bothers me and the other thing is damien my people forget how big here's remember he manhandled chill sown and tossed your son on his head and reverse rangel choked on inverted triangle chuck them from out then rolled choked amount i'll talk in jail lance armstrong sonnen dot org you saw shell like monster jail toss amount denies a natural way fiber he's a huge seven here that's why i'm so much success um as an underdog i like my man i like my i i i think for five rounds the big thing is gonna be kick in woodley defend jokes like that alaw woodley has the same ju to defense as a mas vidal as an analysis showed up dog like my fellow make money i can see him winning i i see some things you know the osce the stand of game would lease gonna be in a few land it's game over here i don't like that he's doing this press this close to the fight a bothers me a really bothers me if you can avoid getting knocked out by wonderboy thompson for to fight the row you can definitely avoid knocked up by damien meyer the thing is deemed him i think should be point guard trying to reverse sweep on stuff like that and get his back which i'm sure they're working on khashoggi and take him down naturally only did take on chilean staying now tough guys but he should be point guard half guard looking for a scissors sweep elevator sweep stuff like that in and to get his back.

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