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Playing to Win With Shawn Harper
"We are back on the virtual state of the Authority projects. You are the project and we WANNA slept with thirty two your name so you can sell what you're great at in. We have a treat for you today and his name is Sean Hopper. He is a former. Nfl Player. I loved the failed love football all day every day. Like I said we can probably talk about that for an hour. But we're not here for that. We're here to to make sure that you finish off strong in twenty twenty but before we dive in. Please tell US Shawn first of all who you are personally and professionally personally. Shaun Harper personally a warrior. I'm a child of God. I don't hide that. I think that often is huge. And so what? I'll just you know go there you know speaking with. Your Voice of WHO? You are mentally spiritually socially is is is extremely important if you WANNA win in two thousand twenty and end in two thousand twenty one Born raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio Had had had a very interesting childhood. But I've learned how to rebrand my adversity By looking for opportunities in looking at it from a perspective of gratitude professionally like you mentioned plate seven years professional football with the rams with the colts retired. And now I Not only run. I have my own firm for almost twenty years. I teach people how to win. That's me I love it awesome. I am so excited So tell us right now before we go further in. Tell us what project. You're currently working on right now. We know what right yes short. I just finished my first Coaching course it's it's it's actually finished. It's so new that I'm not even gonNA advertise today. A Shaun Harper wins. Probably some time next week. It'll be up but I am so excited about that in house actually challenged because you know I cut my teeth on speaking so I travel in speak all over the world and people have been challenging me like you know what this great. You're able to speak great. You have a platform but you know what when you leave. You're gone you know where the books so I hadn't heard him get books like where's your courses and so I had my first course finishing s what. I'm working on right now. Okay great okay. So let's let's get into it. Let's get into it. Tell us where do you begin? Tell us your journey like what took it to this place where you're in the space of being on stage. You're doing courses now. You're you're writing books to inspire others the that all Derived FROM OKAY. So in order for you to For me to really explain that I have to give a little back story of my personal life of my upbringing. In a kind of forced a shift in my perspective ideology and my thinking born born and raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio. And most people think you know if you play professional football your business owner you must have had great opportunities growing up silver spoon in the mouth and you know nothing. Nothing I promise you. Nothing could be further than the truth. I struggle started early a as a a product of a single home environment. Mom was mom and Dad End in Butler made whatever you have as what she wasn't. She raised six of us all by herself. Amazing six kids. One house bathroom Mom did that. She's she's a remarkable woman Educationally I really suffered a had to repeat the first grade document with four to five learning disabilities by ten miles in the fifth grade. I was kicked out of two schools for disciplinary issues Left Highschool with the one point. Six two accumulative Jeff. Nine Alesi T. A. in fact I didn't even start in a well. I barely started in high school football. I wasn't honorable. Mention all conference all city allstate or intergalactic. None of that in fact I would. I would sit at the banquets now. The other way in the back eating at nasty court on blue and guys are getting into audience. Awards and I was just so upset. I wouldn't I wouldn't tell no one but I was extremely depressed. Angry in in fact. I was voted most likely to fail in. Know right here From graduating last in my class in academics I get a phone call from junior college two year school in Iowa. And you're like Sean. We want you to come to Mason City Iowa. Junior college to play football coach. Believes you have this thing called potential. You know what a that and a I go to the Cornfield. The cornfields of Mason City Iowa in the first year at the junior college. I sat the bench the entire season. Not One play and I remember calling my mom like mom I quit. You know I give up. I'm done know know I'm I'm expecting Montlake. Baby you try come on home the opposite boy state you. You Ain't coming home like what are you coming home to get violent. Just just things in home. No don't get stale way and sometimes that shift is good for kids and so going into the second year. I had a conversation with myself and the conversation was more on the lines of you're right or they're right. You don't have the education. You don't have the accusation. You horwood football you suck right now. Okay There's no way you can be successful right but you can win. You can win and the moment I made that paradigm that shift in my mind you can win. I begin to look at life differently. A beginning look at life as a challenge to begin to look at opportunities that I've never seen like I begin to macgyver. Life right and I went from sitting on a bench with the winning mindset that I was able to adapt if you want to expand on that to being you know junior college hall of Fame All Region Full Scholarship Indiana University draft any. Nfl Pick in fourth run to taking the same concept of winning and bringing bringing it to corporate America.
"alesi p" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"It is also might dot com, Charles as your further away from from us here in Miami John John in the with me, and how we doing very well, how you? Will these podcasts or these big money stories getting prepared for things on coming back, John. You must be feeling the same way how Ye yes, all gearing up now start the season not so far away now so seems that we are going to get back on the road. Sing fingers crossed. The sense of melody will return, but that's not what we're here to talk about whether we will come and see some contemporaries of motorsport questions and topics to discuss that with John at the end of today's upside, but first of all and we'd like to talk to you today about two races in your career. First of all one that celebrating big anniversary this week is the twenty-fifth anniversary of your victory in the one, thousand, nine, hundred, five Canadian Grand Prix, and it's also going to be your birthday on Fast Festival. How you feeling about why? I'm a bit sad because I. I will today's. That would be a nut twenty five years old. Twenty six. Oh No, I'm joking. August need you know I. I I love these day. The day will need. especially the city. That's why I mean CCD. Because well, my family. We Ocean. From McDonald's from city, so I'm. Pleased to be a on this? and. Of course you to speak about my. my younger time. It's always a pleasure..
"alesi p" Discussed on WLAC
"From healthcare planning to funerals and everything in between. This is death matters with Carlin Evans and Tom Henry. Here on fifteen ten Alesi. Well, I've been waiting for this show for a while, Tom when we first began discussing the possibility of taking up the topic of debt once we got past all her friends and family thinking, we were totally insane. We knew that there were so many angles in aspects to to the subject that affect everyone that we would want to be talking legal stuff and today is legal day. I know we both have a ton of questions. I let me introduce you, brother. Tom Henry, my partner in crime here. Well, good morning. Did you swim in mud? Wash it in. I'm telling you what it's a real day to be a Baptist. That's a good way of tell you. What though? But you're exactly right. The legal side of dying big you'd like to think that you make it to the ultimate resting peaceful. Stop. But no, the legal goes on and on and here to help us sort through. It is Kyle Kendra from leeann Lee attorneys from Lebanon, our home stomping ground is good to have you with us. Kyle good morning Carlin. Good morning, Tom. Glad to be here. Really? Really great. Did you set out as a kid to say? When I grow up. I wanna do is help people think about death. Absolutely not I didn't even set out to be a lawyer. I was a science person through and through from elementary school on and spent my undergrad time at Mt. ASU starting out in pre pharmacy, and then environmental science and one day. I just decided I was tired of spending all my hours in a chemistry lab. So I just changed. Now, you're gonna change directions tremendously and somehow or another ended up in a in law school and now practicing law. There you go. I'm curious Kyle give it a grade. On the whole most people understand the concept of probate. They do not they have very bad image of it. And I think a lot of that has been a marketing from people who want to sell them some sort of product they may or may not need. So it has been vilified almost and a national image of it. The probate process looks very very different from state to state. Good to get a definition. Because you know, a lot of people probate. What does that mean? What does it mean what that was where I was going as well? That is the most simple definition of the probate process is the process by which a person's heirs the rightful heirs are determined. The process by which their debts are paid and their assets or are distributed to the people who they're supposed to be. There's lots of different aspects that that in procedures that go into that. But that is the simple definition. Go through it, not necessarily. It is quite quite common for have a married couple. First spouse passes away, most of the time, not all the time. But in a lot of the times, you have joint your home is joint between the two your Bank accounts or joint between the two if you have life insurance, you have your spouse is the beneficiary on that. So most of the time between married spouses wants the first spouse passes away, everything passes to the surviving spouse wants the second spouse passes away. Yes, it is quite common to have to go through the probate process. So what's the trigger point of whether or not you're one that has to go through probate versus a you could have put these things in joint accounts payable on death accounts. Right. If you have if you any assets that you own in your name personally is not a joint account. There's no beneficiary named on it. This is a assets that you own by yourself in your name that is going to have to go through the probate process. One to get. For your heirs or your administrator of your state to get access to it. And then for it to openly passed to your to your air, Shan. How long should that process? Take. It can vary greatly depending on the type of asset. You have depending on whether family gets along if there's any disputes or anything, but. Oh, that's a big. But but the time it can take I'll tell people if everything goes smoothly if we don't have any particularly complex assets. And if we don't have anybody arguing you can expect six to nine months in a best case scenario, but it's not uncommon to take twelve months as well. The that's is that six to nine months because of the docket. Not necessarily most of that time is sitting wait time, you get the process started. And and then you're four months after you get the process started is the time period that any potential creditors. Anybody who thinks that they were owed money from the deceit it whether it be credit card debt, medical debt, just personal loans for any any sort of debt that a person believes that they were owed by the person who passed away they have four months after the probate process starts to come forward. You know, Tom. This is a Primo example of learning things in the moment. Which is why we are here talking about it before we are all in our moments bid us or be at our family members. But I understand the probate period to be that time in which your attorney whoever's handling your probate for you post notices to the public have always been concerned about this. Because if you're posting to your own public. Odds are good. There's somebody else out there that isn't reading the newspaper doesn't subscribe to a newspaper. What a what are the ways? Can you let people out there know that this person's gone? You got four months if you don't get back to me. You have a the administrator has an obligation to send direct notice send it by mail. If you know of a particular credit, or if you're if you're found a Bill in the mail from. Saint Thomas hospital or from the ambulance service that took you took a person from the hospital to the nursing home. Then you have to send them notice directly. And if they miss that window, can it be can you go back on it? It can it can be it can be extended. However, even if even if that window is missed all creditors have one year from the date of death to come forward and make their claim after after one year all Kurt whether the that notices run in the newspaper whether that notices gone out by mail to creditors. One year after the day to death is an absolute bar to to any creditors coming forward. There's one exception to that being ten care, but but for all normal rest. Yeah. It's that'd be one year. I'm just curious of all the probate filings. You've done of all the wheels you've probably written. Let's what's the average of families fighting over it is it fifty fifty or more than nod or less than we think when it comes to actual full blown contesting a will meaning contesting that. Claiming that the person who who did it didn't have any didn't have the mental capacity to sign what they signed or were being influenced unduly influenced by someone else. Those are very low into less than less than five percent, probably. But there's it's it's pretty common to have with a lot of families. And and I'm very familiar with their sub undo being unduly influenced. I'd call it or mentally ill. A lot of that. In fact, all of that. Or I'll ask you does that come from members of the family, primarily the undue influence. Yes, it's usually one one child or not even a child it can be it can be a friend or grandchild, nephew, somebody steps in and tries to trust to influence the person and influences. Okay, you can express your express your wishes for what? What you want your loved one to do what you think they should do undue influence where it becomes a problem. And do is the key word when we come back after these messages, I wanna ask all about the drafting of a will stay.
"alesi p" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Protesting around this time, especially in the nineteen thirties in black neighborhoods, the end Alesi P, for instance, initiated a don't buy where you can't work protests that were focused on black neighborhoods where you have stores owned by white people that wouldn't hire black people. And so, you know, these customers were saying no this is not right. You're you're gonna take our money, but you won't hire us. No and women were very instrumental in organizing these protests now, unfortunately. Partly because they were so concentrated in predominantly black areas of town. They were largely ineffective in initi- instigating industry-wide change World War Two, however did afford some black people more sales floor jobs, but as long as their skin was light enough. This goes back to the paper bag test. Yeah, you had to pass the paper bag test and have light enough skin that it wouldn't potentially make white customers uncomfortable, and there were arguments though, around and after World War Two that well, why would white people be uncomfortable with black people in a retail jobs. White people are already accustomed to black people serving them in cleaning up after them in their home. So we why wouldn't we hire them as as retail workers? But to put some numbers around that. Violent racism, shall we? Call it a nineteen forty eight New York retail customer survey found that most white people were fun with black sales people if they had light enough skin. But twenty one percent of them did not want them touching clothing, lingerie or food. So no, we're actually not we're not fine with that. And the year before New York City report identified one black saleswoman among all the stores on Fifth Avenue. Yeah. And during this time in the forties. Most of those retail job gains for black people were again in.
"alesi p" Discussed on KOMO
"Center. Alesi man who suffered a stroke while jailed for shoplifting is now suing the native American tribe that held him forty three year old Kevin Michael bell spent nineteen days disqualified tribal jail for his stroke, according to the civil suits right against a civil rights suit rather against the tribal unconstitutional negligence, saying jail, staff new bell had a medical condition but denied him care a nine hundred thousand dollar pay payout from the State Department of social and health services comes too late to help an elderly woman allegedly assaulted and neglected at western state hospital. Komo's Corwin Hake has more the state chances paying nine hundred thousand dollars to settle the suit. Brought by the daughter of Sharon case Struthers, a former inmate at western state the suit alleges the hospital failed to appropriately treat Struthers after she fell out of her wheelchair. The news Tribune reports. According. The suit Struthers broker, arm and hip in the fall she also suffered a head injury. And was victim of assaults by other patients. Struthers died in two thousand fifteen year after she was released her daughter. Lisa k Basser sued the state, saying Struthers, experienced untimely, medical attention, and lack of assistance with personal hygiene. The settlement is the latest blow against the state's largest psychiatric facility the hospital lost its federal accreditation. Earlier this year constantly at tens of millions in federal funding. Corwin hake. Komo news. Komo news time now you'll have a thirty-three Washington attorneys. General attorney general is doing an about-face after calling it the largest sales tax scheme in state history. As komo's Brian Calvert reports felony charges have been dropped back in March Bob Ferguson announced via press release that his office was accusing the small chain tacos and its owners Salvador Hagen of pocketing more than five point six million in sales tax revenue the released called it the largest sales suppression software case in wash. Washington state history and potentially the largest in the country yesterday all felony charges in the case were dropped without further comment and taco squamous appears in the clear, so hagan's attorney tells the times quoted they made bad assumptions, we think don't even make sense the alleged five point six million in stolen sales tax would have indicated nearly fifty six million in sales over four years in the attorney remarked, quote, that's a lot of tacos, it just didn't make sense. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Komo news time eleven thirty three reports of hate crimes sharply up ticking in Seattle, according to an FBI report, the survey of law enforcement agencies fights in two thousand seventeen crimes motivated by bias against race, religion and gender rose. Thirty two percent in Seattle. That's about double the rise. Nationally King County prosecutor Dan, Saturday places some of the blame on the internet calling. It a platform that amplifies eight anti semitism, maybe an ancient phenomenon. But the modern internet is a force multiplier, and that is sedan Saddlebrook. Once again, the FBI survey finds Seattle police. Reported two hundred thirty four hate motivated incidents in two thousand seventeen coming up after we check traffic and weather why some of these wildfires. We're seeing in California could happen here..
Fractious EU summit concludes with agreement on migration
"Of customers without cable internet and phone service comcast was criticized on social media for the outage and then criticized again when it's twitter account directed customers to an internal website that was also down that's your money now i'm bruce vale komo news european union leaders say they've set aside major differences over how best to handle migrant arrivals these are your world headlines from abc news european council president donald tusk says this is in fact the easiest part of the test compares to throw at us on the goals let me start implementing bickering over who should take responsibility for the tens of thousands rescued from the mediterranean has undermined e you unity meanwhile the un's migration agency is snubbed the trump administration's candidates elite it it's only the second time that it won't be run by an american since nineteen fifty one yemen's warring parties have confirmed their willingness to restart negotiations after a two year hiatus and pope francis has accepted the resignation of melbourne's archbishop who said he preferred jail the telling thirties about any sex abuse of children that might have been revealed to him in confession i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london the practice of us border patrol agents boarding buses to question passengers would become more limited under a bill cosponsored by one of our states us senators komo's corwin hake explains everybody gets asked the same questions are easy question spokane earlier this year kra e news shot footage of a us customs and border protection agent aboard a greyhound bus of what country are you citizen and where are you going to the practice of questioning travelers on interstate buses is routine and legal borders hey nice house north of here within one hundred miles of the border can have that conversation here us citizen thanks so much we're done not all travelers are done so quickly last summer a mexican citizen filed a legal complaint after border agents singled him out for questioning aboard a greyhound bus in spokane he says he was detained in spokane for several hours now senator patty murray from our state is introducing legislation to limit these bus interogations under her measure such questioning would be restricted to within twenty five miles of a us border corwin hake komo news komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours gilbert clearing up some of the problems here in the puget sound area in berea now southbound i fi i should say state route five oh nine south one hundred twenty eight earlier collision to no longer appears to be a problem and alesi thurston county northbound five to college way exit one eight b that's now out of the way as well and traffic is easing up southbound on i five from the porta tacoma road to the tacoma dome your next.
"alesi p" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The 1960s hadn't evolved in moved in changed along with the changing demographics of our country so what you've got to think about what the civil rights division is doing right now under attorney general jeff sessions the two of them have a really interesting history when she was at the civil rights division he was a senator and during these oversight hearings he tell her that police across the country were worried about her leadership and i have a piece a tape from 2015 or sessions just kind of reads offer resume you served as deputy legal director for the american civil liberties union and prior to that you serve as a lawyer for the end of alesi fate legal defense and education fund so i just say that you come from a background that indicates and aggressiveness in these cases sessions thing she's aggressive you have and she sitting in front of him in her face doesn't change at all she didn't react but she told me she was thinking aren't you supposed to be aggressive about civil rights yes so clearly these two people feel very differently about what the civil rights division should be doing and now that sessions is attorney general and he's the one leading the justice department is the more rights vision has chosen not to enforce consent degrees that gupta negotiated to reform police departments the civil rights division has redirected resources to investigate ensue universities for affirmative action emissions so gupta is alarmed that sessions is rolling back advancements she oversaw and driving a wedge between different communities of color the justice department that has taken a decidedly anti civil rights view they can head of all it back but they cancer certainly erased the fact that we did it and i also think they're on the wrong side of history on so many of these issues so gupta was a key member of the obama team where she know she's the head of the leadership council on civil rights and she is its first female leader and the first leader who is the kid of immigrants so regardless of where you stand politically this is a woman whose voice is having a really big impact now revision our thanks so much for coming on sir michael rose a host of our other hood podcast which looks at race and identity and how the us is becoming a.
"alesi p" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Interesting history when she was at the civil rights division he was a senator and during these oversight hearings he tell her that police across the country were worried about her leadership and i have a piece of the tape from 2015 or sessions just kind of reads offer resume you served as deputy legal director for the american civil liberties union and proud of that you serve as a lawyer for the end of alesi fate legal defense and education fund so odd just say that you come from a background that indicates and aggressiveness in these cases sessions things she's aggressive you have and she sitting in front of him and her face doesn't change at all she didn't react but she told me she was thinking aren't you supposed to be aggressive about civil rights yes so clearly these two people feel very differently about what the civil rights division should be doing and now that sessions is attorney general and he's the one leading the justice department is it will rights of vision has chosen not to enforce consent agrees that gupta negotiated to reform police departments the civil rights division has redirected resources to investigate ensue universities for affirmative action admissions so gupta is alarmed that sessions is rolling back advancements she oversaw and driving a wedge between different communities of color the justice department that has taken a decidedly anti civil rights view they can kind of role at back but they can't certainly a race the fact that we did it and i also think they're on the wrong side of history on so many of these issues so gupta was a key member of the obama team where she know she's the head of the leadership council on civil rights and she's its first female leader and the first leader who is the kid emigrants so regardless of where you stand politically this is a woman whose voice is having a really big impact now rubbish annoy thanks so much for coming on sir marco rubio the host of our other hood podcast which looks at.
"alesi p" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"The complaint also cites the city of myrtle beach deploy more officers don black by week the highly ranked they also cite that police officers utilize overly aggressive policing tactics against african americans with those who complained alesi p says the city seeks to make black bite we sufficiently unpleasant for most african american motorists motorcycle they won a decrease people coming hoping to stop the uh they stop it in in the event ff making a ceased to exist i guess who are happen with freaknik to yep yeah is police the fuck out of it to the next stop tom of course uh aston esaka the in aa cp national office associate general counsel was an myrtle beach on tuesday for organisations news conference announcing isui said to go that black bite we treat treated like every other v in the city right so we can show the obviously differences like okay no qaeda's not the same amount of people com wolves the fucking difference why are gonna have lost in each half missing that was why i've owner slowed rove's down and she lie dad like eh can you explain why this never reasonable in racism from zero to all mud the fucking one hundred fluffed them yet to get at unders well ten even just go what linnet and think about the money that brings that economy gas last their racism z rational and logical because racism don't even care about being profitable i can't even go spend money how wealth leg of male eyeing how do we get these meagre out of our city man i i you got out here patronat page nauseam of businesses it will cool white business was by motorcycle week with this is different and a lot of these companies actually a love nick is being there because they say on why they goal caveat hardaway who got this will light a lot of companies particularly in those areas actually nowin they coming preparing plan is so you buy sea cutting their profits down to go you got companies date does this benefit.
"alesi p" Discussed on WCHS
"Alesi face a brutal esnard score she's not 512 the nine gw up by three four and a half minutes ago first quarter of play now not that i thought the fingertips of packers bird give it back over the gw defense spy the patriots de mcmillan bounce passed in the gillis alesi lacey pass cross tom on a left the katie darno thornhill as well poked way behind by congress bergvall lose picked up by shaly kirby underneath the basket for bogra's burke gets a pass out on the left now that we're going round whiteside jumper good by matti mace good ball movement by parkers well to eleven one point lead four g w adress bring the ball to floor de mcmillan driven off now katy toenail back it goes to mcmillan mcmillan top of the key through the lane boarded up at a for a nice okay araya steve mcmillan mcmillan's got four point gw backed up by three fourteen to allow it three 45 you go here in the first quarter play left side of the quite sets for three hits it reject that that saying they curvy per second three of the game she's got eight of the fourteen point two partners burn and were tied at fourteen three and a half minutes ago first that first quarter i'd side the mcmillan is it on the left side of katie arnelle 60foot jumper won't go down to tip the round pulled on exam on avail harmon now she's tied up alternate possessions will give it to gw project i give it the parker's birth three 24 to go here in the first quarter of play tied at fourteen parker's burke brings it up the floor pass those on the whiteside israeli curbing work at inside the trying to pass a price they taken away behind the by the army arm and gives it pass up the phone out of de mcmillan was little pushing found that he called on partridge bro the summit on matti mazor first found us the 13th vow on parkridge bird gw although the ball inbound literally thrown bassey with all inbound thomason looking binds instock hated on la's about with the right hand out good revamp will down by parker's regularly throw it away thinking of ig w aren't harmless and as it on the right wing housepassed pasko's up top now to kalisz alesi races pass on the left side the.
"alesi p" Discussed on KKAT
"By brutally powerful men for too long women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men but their time is up in our this is a now this is grotesque what happened was horrific please don't misunderstand what i'm saying jim crow was horrific slavery was horrific how do you tie this today two men two men why don't they name the list why wasn't on the screen last night a rolling screen of than men in hollywood who've molested or harassed women in hollywood how come they didn't have the guts to do that how can they it's not all man it's nothing to do the civil rights era has to do with modern day hollywood whether ought to be a crime tape around town but now no i don't know who wrote this roper winfrey i don't know if she wrote it herself but it's a really clever attempt at a distraction at a distraction of not taking responsibility that hollywood community for the conduct of its actors and in some cases it's actresses this has nothing to do with jim crow nothing to do with the end of alesi p and if in fact it's time to speak truth to power against these men why did they do it why did they do it wanted did to take a story about weinstein to begin to unravel the yarn ball here and oprah winfrey goes to the microphone light cheese like she's making some profound statement she made no statement about the problem that persists in a left wing town controlled by democrats control by hollywood controlled by their produces their directors their actors their actresses and she talks about jim crow not harvey weinstein who she was fast friends with cut ten go so on all the girls watching hearing now to know that a new day is armed new well let's let's let's let's stop this is hollywood applauding hollywood i want all the girls watching here now to know that a new day is on the rise why didn't she say i'm standing here before you today hollywood.
"alesi p" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"That heroin cocaine and counterfeit pain and anxiety pills may be laced with fence oval which can be deadly even in small doses governor larry hogan they're supporting legislation that will terminate parental rights for rapists hogan says it's a high priority bill and he wants it to land on his desk quick quickly the legislature begins its ninety days session this wednesday kentucky senator rand paul says he is known president donald trump personally for a while and sees no evidence that the president is mentally unfit for the job now we have all these wise acres out there wanting to criticise and be presumptious about trying to judge someone's intelligence i can tell ya he's got the wherewithal to do things that no politicians been able to do and in a good way the senator appearing on cbs's face the nation this comes after a new chill wall book on the trump administration implied that some former staffers thought the president was ignored or even mentally unstable the president is visiting atlanta today to a the college football championship game between alabama and georgia and protesters are getting ready the end of alesi p is asking people to wear white and hold anti trump signs and other groups says demonstrators will take a need before the big game to protest trump's visit a look at sports and all as sonnen frank listeners already know perry hall heating air conditioning has so many reasons to call that will now perry hall.
"alesi p" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Um and that they're the they're the big guys they're the most nishi billboards for them you see home depot selling blue light for them in no one's outraged so they they look at it like cancer they look at it like cancer um and they get the and they get the money like they have so and there's all sorts of other shady stuff evolved around them but because there isn't a straight up you know there is an end up alesi p of autism there isn't that straight up thing in the other interesting thing that i've always found is like when i say autism are asked burgers autism in asper culture makes people cringe when you mentioned autism or when you mentioned aspect is the first thing that always happens is people kind of shudder clam up a little bit because they're like oh boy we're better brace ourselves for that when you think about films or culture things that deal with autism are hass burgers it's this same maude lynn type o the precious little ashby trope look at this price of last pizza rain man it's i'm also sheldon from the big bang theory who from the love of god let's just colo blanca blake and say that shelton is clearly playing off of those ashby tropes in a lot of ways and there isn't like and i kepting like how come there aren't autistic writers and autistic people the way there though the way that they are on gay performers gay writer the way that there are black for in the black robes are asian murray wire autism are ashby writers not on the same stage as everybody else.
"alesi p" Discussed on WCTC
"Yeah yeah nick how much time is the media spent the past year on russian collusion delusion it is the main story let trump make a comment as he did about the believing alesi said vladimir putin believes what he believes and the media goes crazy when trump repeated however for about one year of the democratic primary system there was collusion between the dnc and hillary clinton as confirmed by the head of the dnc which is an irrefutable source donna brazile candy and the mainstream media knew or should have known about the horrible health of hillary clinton now caused donna brazile do want to replace her with joe biden and senator cory booker of new jersey how biggest story is that that is bigger than montana china that's all baiters but because of the swamp things they could not let the story get out sadly there was a video of hillary clinton passing out at the nine eleven memorial it was hard not the play it but then when the calls were made all over washington saying we need to replace hillary how is she feeling the swamp thing said wait a minute we cannot control bernie sanders and if we put joe biden on the ticket who did not run on top of bernie sanders we're going to have a schism the democrat party the likes of not seen since 1968 and so the swamp monster said we'd like to joe biden back in charge we got we got control of joe we can't control bernie sanders and the second shoot a drop would have been the selection of joe biden over bernie sanders what would the sander supporters have done without do you think that it it would have been ugly so the media was complicit in keeping the collusion between the dnc and hillary silent to ensure they her election and the defeat of donald j trump somehow he got elected and i've told the story once or twice all said now on election day itself i had on donald j trump jr at 2 o'clock on my local show on 700 wlw on election day itself ohio as you may know is an important step aid for for the republican so whenever the republican whether it was romney or one of the bushes would run it come on my local show all the time because it's hard.
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"And am 820 npr news than the new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly vice president pence was among thousands of people who turned out at a high school football stadium in texas last night they remember the twenty six people killed in sunday's shooting at a church outside san antonio and prc nathan rot has more pence in other lawmakers met with local law enforcement fbi and faith leaders at the first baptist church in sutherland springs after visiting the bullet riddled church pence told reporters that bureaucratic failures did help contribute to the gunman's ability to purchase firearms but he says that the administration will work with congress and the military to make sure that those heirs get fixed and that they don't happen again twenty people were also wounded in that shooting the fbi says the gunman took his own life after being chased by two local residents one was armed with a rifle and wounded the gunman the end of alesi p in california believes the national anthem is racist has daniel carson reports at one state lawmakers to support a resolution denouncing it as such the third stanza of the anthem is rarely song quote no refuge could save the hireling enslave from the terror flight or the gloom of the grave the end aa cp insists wanting a new national anthem isn't meant to disrespect the flag but one republican in the california legislature has a different take he says quote our flag and national anthem unite us as americans i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wsb good morning ravi bala as the newly elected mayor of hoboken he's also a sikh american coupled when my sees a room vanagas paul looks at why his election matter hoboken his tiny it has fifty five thousand people but this election was washed around the world was in shock in case of racism and intolerance from trump's america a seek meal candidate in the united states labeled a terrorist it was a racist flyer declining gdp blared the word 'terrorism right next to an image timing was important to one.
"alesi p" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"Of the city's population distresses homes and businesses went up in flames santa rosa resident gabriella kiera says the fire wiped out her entire neighborhood this is awful it's horrible then it's not just us it's everybody's you now like if you look around the whole neighborhood everybody's houses caught because the housing crunch gripping the san francisco bay area survivors of the fire dealing with a different kind of crisis they have nowhere to go the end of alesi pius elected an insider to be its new presidency yellow dare johnson says his goal as president will be to have the end of lay cpb in alignment with its members on national issues but we are stronger advocate and to ensure that the voice of the local unit represent quell car have a great of woori important file johnson says the end of alesi p has been conducting a listening to around the country they want to be able to have a shawls report more collaborative boys around most appropriate policy state public policy and on the national about uh and as a result of that uh we have to decide if true uh uh step forwards make sure that we have proper alignment alignment with all of operation falcon governor chris christie is endorsed the bid had the state's biggest city to win amazon's competition per second headquarters in a statement christie says his steel would amount to one of the most successful endeavours in the history of new jersey and amazon jalazon which is dais in seattle is set at second headquarters would bring fifty thousand jobs along with it christie previously estimated the second headquarters could generate up to nine billion dollars in economic activity that's corresponded jeremy else reporting more these stories at town hall dot com have you rack tap more than ten thousand dollars in credit card debt are you barely getting by making minimum payments you should now the credit card.
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"The end of alesi p is named the new president and behar's windsor johnston reports the nation's oldest civil rights organization is also making a to become more politically active the nwpc pay has voted to change the tax exempt status allowing members to lobby and promote political candidates newlynamed president eric johnson says members need to have more of a voice on issues impacting the nation the big we are grow grabbed wicket and to ensure that devoid of the local unit's every represent a quote have a great of warri the end up alesi p has been conducting a nationwide listening tour to support communities working on issues like police brutality boater suppression end redistricting windsor johnston npr news washington the houston astros defeated the new york yankees four to nothing saturday to clinch the american league pennant in game 7 of their championship series the astros who rallied from a three two deficit in the series will now face the los angeles dodgers world series begins on tuesday this is npr news in the northwest experts are warning that landslides rockfalls and down trees are likely in the columbia gorge this fallen winner that's because much of the popular area burned and wildfires since september oregon state experts are particularly worried about a large storm system currently moving through the region the northwest news networks and a king has more the gorgeous steep slopes in geology are extra prone to landslides now wildfires are making things even riskier rachel powell lists is with the us forest service she worse burt trees could create unstable dams upstream from highly popular still green recreational areas higher up in the watershed it's one of the most badly burned areas which is why we know that it's got that risk for debris jams floods and and other things to come down through the creek federal state and county experts say they are developing landslide response plans and some popular areas like multnomah false are still closed.
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"Deal breakfast club in 105 fat dangerous mourning morning everybody is dj nv angel ye charlemagne ago we are the breakfast club we have lead in brescia gray in the building shortly after you feel about people getting upset when we see a gay in engaging in sexual relations onto how do you feel it doesn't bother me at all i mean the go buy them either i think that i think that we are year to break down barriers four people empire has broken down barriers across the world four month be you know and and with in there i'm here to educate me on life and so i think that you know it is educational experiencing via thing but it is what it is and ankle bouquets with this part of it because it is what it is and and however peel i feel that i'm educating and that's why it's enlightening and so i'm doing a movie right now one of the films i'm doing is they are rusting and if new barest educate barebreasted but together the first civil rights of and he helped came with the i had a dream speech very important figure in the civil rights mmhmm he's responsible for all of us being here today and our civil rights and went to gandhi india learned about the civil rights learned about the nonviolent movement and talking but the end up alesi p because he was gay said no no no you will not be the faces of and so he was kicked to the curve so i'm doing a movie about him that's important because he someone that is responsible for all of us being here right now but because he was gay he was told no so erased him from history so this is the kind of that i wanna do i'm here to educate and i think it's important for us now as black people what you know well what what time it is like when you during the civil rights struggle of course being black with the number one agenda but added gay people do that as were learned the bill look we've been dogged in stamped on my desk like me you know dude is difficult enough being a black man in america that will be uk that's a yes a death sentence but you can't help which you are it is what it is you know you.
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"It is three o to charleston county sheriff's died team recovered a body from a pond in the fifty seven hundred block of jupiter hill road in adams run around noon today no other information has been released coroner's office will determine the identity and caused than manner or of death berkeley county coroner's office has now release the identity of a body found this morning in a yard in the one hundred block of meese wrote in lattes in the body is that of 23yearold zachary it dev on so of lads the call of shots fired came in around six this morning that investigation continues right now there are no suspects charles de county coroner's office has now identified the victim in an early monday morning shooting he is 71yearold henry browne of north charleston bond denied for the two suspects identified as 17yearold bobby macgill case and and twenty year old brandon deshaun myers each of them now facing murder grand larceny charges reports say the two suspects were in the process of stealing brown's car a shooting happened on part and gate drive in north charleston just after midnight yesterday take down the job on c kowloon statue that was the message it today's news conference from marion square the national action network the end of alesi p and others saying that there will be a march to colombia in january demanding lawmakers repeal the heritage act which protects historic monuments and statues also during the news conference today charleston representative wendell gillyard talked about the nine billion dollar a year tourism industry in charleston saying it's time to share the wealth i wanna cui said he learned billion dollar terrorist industry i wanna see tale the rules pounds george each other two covering the blinds with any went on to say that when he visits bankers and credit unions he doesn't see anyone who quote looks like us and north charleston police report a sixteen year old boy accidentally shot himself last night the teen told police that he was being chased by a dog alone dubbed lien street when the gun he was carrying went off the teen was taken to a hospital for treatment and is being charged with unlawful possession of a gun because he was not eighteen.