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"aziz" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke
"Let me get a sense of you guys as an audience. Clap if you're married right now. Clap your married. You guys here in the front. How long did you guys know each other before you got married? 5 years. That's always an interesting figure to me. How long people knew each other before they got married, you know? Clap, you knew your person 5 years or less. Okay, clap if it was three years or less. All right. Clap if it was two years or less. We're all laughing 'cause you're probably a divorce. That was a crazy idea. Why'd you do that? You didn't need to do that. You could just keep dating or why? Why? Why? Why? Why, why? What happened? Did you lose a bet or something? What? Look, of course, I could be totally wrong. You got to be soulmates. I don't know. But to me, two years doesn't seem like enough time to get to know someone to know you want to spend the rest of your life with them. Two years, two years, I've had sweaters for two years and been like, what the fuck are they doing this sweater? So stupid looking. I can't believe I thought about keeping that sweater for the rest of my life. That's a sweater. Another thing people do that scares me. They'll marry their high school sweetheart. That's strange to me to meet someone when they're like 16 years old and just go all right. I'm done. Well, I don't think I'm gonna run into anyone interesting in my 20s or 30s. I was gonna lock this shit down now. For no reason at all. Think about all the dumb things you believed when you're that age. Think about all the stupid decisions you made. Imagine being stuck with any of those decisions for the rest of your life. Even just little things. It's like, all right, well, I guess I got this Bob Marley poster with my bed for the rest of my life. It's cool though, 'cause I took a bunch of little photos of Bob Marley and they put it together to make it look like a poop on a Bob Marley. I just don't think you have any idea what your adult life is gonna be like when you're 16 years old. You realize how awful my life would be if it turned out the way I thought I was going to when I was 16 years old, you know my big plan was, I was gonna go to college and major in business and biology. That was a plan. First I hate you with the business. You think it's all done? Then I come back, hit you with the biology. Who's I gonna do with this stupid double major? Sell organs on the black market, very efficiently. I have friends from college. They're starting to get married. Went to one of the weddings, asked the groom. I said, hey, why did you try to get married? He goes, well, I don't know. We've been dating a few years now. Wow, that's a terrible way to answer that question. Especially with that tone and cadence? Ma'am, I don't know. But I haven't even happened to have it on. That's not the appropriate tool in canon to answer that question. That's the appropriate tone cadence and so I'm like, hey, why don't you buy a Fiji water? I don't know if I look kinda cool perfect. That's fantastic moment to use that tone and cadence. So well done. That's also not a reason to get married, you know? We've been doing a few years now. I've been eating at the same taco stand for a few years now. I'm not gonna commit to that taco stand for the rest of my life. Everything's following my current relationship with the taco stand. Now if the taco stand wanted to move into my apartment with me, I might be up for that. Because then I'd have delicious tacos whenever I wanted, but the economic wants to taco stands wouldn't allow such a thing. I know what you're thinking. Wow, these just compared women to tacos. He must not think that Halley of women. No, I just think that highly of tacos. Stream Aziz Ansari, buried alive, only on Netflix..
"aziz" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Them were disclosed That was the Manhattan district's attorney Cyrus Vance speaking through his mask 83 year old Muhammad Aziz also addressed the court He was jailed for almost two decades for the killing of Malcolm X before being released on parole in 1985 He's been fighting to clear his name ever since Listen carefully because he too is wearing a mask Officially recognized Muhammad.
Judge exonerates two men convicted in 1965 killing of Malcolm X
"The charges have been dismissed against two of the men found guilty in the slaying of civil rights leader Malcolm X. in a New York courtroom Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior declared that Mohammad Aziz and Khalil Islam did not get a fair trial in nineteen sixty six because evidence that would've cleared them was deliberately withheld orders on the record J. Edgar Hoover himself the FBI Wilson this is not to tell police or prosecutors have anymore in fact FBI informant the judge granted the request conditionally vacated Mohammad Aziz who was paroled with his co defendant in the eighties hopes the criminal justice system that unfairly put him in jail makes restitution the same system that responsible for this travesty of justice all of the responsibilities he cites racism behind his prosecution and conviction for the
2 men convicted of killing Malcolm X expected to be exonerated
"Hi my cross your reporting two men are set to be cleared of the killing of Malcolm X. two men convicted of the nineteen sixty five assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X. are set to be cleared Thursday according to their attorneys at Manhattan's top prosecutor eighty three year old Mohammad Aziz at the late Khalil Islam had always maintained their innocence a nearly two year reinvestigation about authorities withheld evidence favorable to the defense Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior tweeted his office will join the beds attorneys and asking a judge to toss out the convictions of third man Bushe he'd Abdul haleem also notice tell the chair or Thomas Hagen was also convicted of the murder in March nineteen sixty six Hagen who admitted he was one of the three gunmen who shot Malcolm X. testified either Aziz nor Islam was involved Haygood was paroled in twenty ten hi
"aziz" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke
"Now, I'm not saying I don't like kids. I like it. I have fun hanging out with my friends kids and joking around with them whatever they're great. But I do feel like when I talk to my Friends that recently had kids, it does seem like they had to give up everything for the kid. And that's very scary. If you wanna have a depressing conversation, talk to a couple that just had a kid. Ask them about the last night they went out for themselves. They will describe the most boring typical Monday and evening out with the same enthusiasm a normal person would describe. A three way sexual experience. I'll show you what I mean. Over here, guys describe them through a sexual experience over here, a couple just had a kid. So they go back to my house. I got these two really hot girls. So we go to the mall. I got two tickets to rango. I know where you're thinking, as these, shouldn't you update that to a more recent film? No, these people go to movies that are old as shit. They've been trying to see wrangle for a couple of years now. Next thing you know they're taking their clothes off. Next thing you know, we're eating nachos. Skin is everywhere. Cheese is everywhere. Cheese is everywhere. These girls were freaks. And too freaky things, such as cheese. Watch Aziz Ansari, buried alive, only on Netflix..
Parents guilty in first college admissions scandal trial
"To wealthy parents were convicted by a jury in the operation varsity blues college admissions cheating scandal in the first of the cases to go to trial a jury found Kamal Abdul Aziz a former Las Vegas casino executive and John Wilson who heads a Massachusetts private equity firm guilty in a case that exposed to scheme to get undeserving applicants into college by falsely portraying them as star athletes prosecutors argued that secretly recorded phone calls between admissions consultant Rick singer and the parents proved that they were in on the scheme both men were convicted of fraud and bribery conspiracy charges the Daniel Mandel as the acting U. S. attorney for the district of Massachusetts even these defendants powerful and privileged people are
"aziz" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"I said he'll be rating. It gets heavy aggregate. I'm really excited to get you on. I love your energy so far. And i'm looking forward to learning more but let me introduce you to the audience. Furqan aziz is the ceo of invo zone a software development company that specializes in resource augmentation. He has over ten years of experience in the. It industry in specializes in architect. Eating concurrent distributed fault tolerant scalable applications. Might goodness take a minute. Fill any for the tidbits about your life and explain what that business does all right. The dog are in zoning in this business it is something. Innovate simple word. The software applications our businesses or the word to automate some stuff that can reviews that human effort human energy. And give you much better than but human can give you. What example would not have our desktop and you see that out is quieting not stop less car uniquely talking about were in green and overly alrighty league surveys who can imagine in ten years cooney years back at something like this and taxis in the traditional yellowcard that all be gone. Avail together in. Just imagine a mobile application in near mobile and how useful is but you like a podcast gusting application. These are the couple of examples egr about amazon amazon. Do work with a variety of industry. Late impact in the biggest thing working bid because the united feels like banking sector insurance phone than other the cybersecurity. And you know rick. Clancy related stuff is very popular at muslim right now and the navy to health ear has here became a number one at our house. Building forbid bribe S leg it can stay on the second year but now the number one and we are working a lot on beat up privacy and security you know defy compliance stuff labor talked about the company's these the dido the getting is much more vicious and secure compared to string tacky. Inducted i not that secure regard to and the tired level is e commerce and we have seen back with verizon the coverage e congress combing as now billions of the domain and say people are trying to their businesses on the beach might be ended. They are not relying on physical sword even even like the people. Having betty grill planning. Typical stores are losing and they are not frank report. Some e commerce store the market players and something like that and even at a user. Now i am getting or five orders on the on the daily this that i used to bribe my car. And then blinkers on shopping. Wall died and deadly. I was investing my time investi on the fuel on my dad being. I don't have any role in the vetting. Blessing thing you know. When i go shopping. I cannot fear the prices and pick the best. Buy the cheapest one. But on the online i can do that now but these are all stuff that it was only empowered so it was only a tiny little easy model. But we do but he w what an idea doing some mobile application for you or your business desktop..
Under New Restrictive Abortion Law, Women Face Crisis Scenario in Texas
"Been less than a week. Since the country's most restrictive abortion law went into effect in texas and it's already having a devastating impact on women across the state. Abc's congressional correspondent. Rachel scott went to the lone star. State for report is this. I love my daughter more than anything in this world. We aziz loves being playing daughter. Mine my daughter is the best thing that ever happened to me. But she wasn't always ready for the smiles motherhood. I'm a very impatient person. But with my i'm not but these i keep thinking to. I chose to have this child. She's here because of me and she is my life. Mom is chasing the toddler and managing tantrums challenge. No matter how me realizes. She's far more qualified at twenty seven. She would have been as a college student. I had my first abortion at twenty. I wasn't trying to get pregnant. And i was using contraceptives. I definitely knew. I wasn't ready to be apparent. I wasn't emotionally ready. I wasn't financially ready at all. It was a that student living sharing a one bedroom with my best friend. A cat says that experience which was full of twists and turns solidified for her. That women needs to be in charge of their own healthcare. Now she feels that right is under attack from a new law. Abortion was already very hard to access in texas while now it's become so much harder. Texas is now home to one of the most restrictive abortion bans in the nation law. Sending shock waves across the country. Roe versus wade has not been formally overruled in any way but as a practical matter in the state of texas as of today it is not possible for most women to obtain an abortion beyond the six th week of pregnancy
Former Mauritanian President Aziz in Jail Over Corruption Charges
"The former president of mauritania mohamed abdelaziz was jailed yesterday. He had been indicted in march accused of graft when he led the country between two thousand eight and two thousand nineteen allegations that he denies while under house arrest. He failed to report to police. Sparking is president. Mauritania is a large but sparsely populated west african country who society is deeply divided. Partly that's down to a long history of corruption but also suffers from a legacy stretches deep into its history so martina has actually a long history of slavery representing abolished in one thousand. Nine hundred one lead. That was any backed with criminal laws in two thousand seven. Kinley salmon is an africa correspondent for the economist. Martinez made up of morrish. Elitest can people and also black people of african origin but black mauritanians. Even those who have free of slavery of have been persecuted deported back in nineteen eighty-nine in particular an all. this history is created. Really quite deacon equalities in divisions that still very evident today the countries have been beset unfortunately by a number of coups and corruption so i. It's an a challenge in place and in currently for example stands one hundred and fifty seventh on the united nations human development index. It's a send a country that has had a troubled past and what about its future. Any of that changing Well the signs of change those a presidential election in two nineteen which led to the country's first ever peaceful transfer of power and the new president. Mohamed olga swanee. Many people thought he would follow the status quo but actually acted against the former president allowing parliament to investigate corruption and that's led to arrests of officials including of the former president himself
USDA to Begin Paying off Loans of Minority Farmers in June
"Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack says debt relief and checks for farmers of color will start to be issued early next month. And I heard from member station W. Abe reports. It's part of the department's debt relief program. Under the recently passed American Rescue Plan, Farmers of color have won multiple class action settlements with the government over lending discrimination, but that promised relief did not actually materialize for many farmers. Now Secretary. Vilsack says the department is trying to make amends by canceling their USDA debts. So the Department of Agriculture is anxious to work. Anxious to get the work anxious to do the work. Um, and we're gonna spend every waking moment. Trying to make this right Aziz best we can. The department is also tasked with changing its own processes to try to prevent that discrimination going forward. Fewer than 2% of American farmers are black 3% or native American and
"aziz" Discussed on Men, This Way
"I don't want them to know this about me. And this doesn't mean to share everything with everybody as verbal. That's like but this but once you are willing once you are willing and you've backed it up with action to share fully with people at times you know something's with your intimate partner. Something in men's group something with a friend something in your own journal to yourself. Even you know like you just but you're like i'm not going to hide from myself. I'm not going to hide who i am from others. When you're able to do that any practice that and lean into the discomfort of that fear of that at first i believe you start to become softer and more porous in a way. So even if you're not saying anything there's a willingness in you and the willingness isn't just like i'm going to share and say and speak that's the level of verbal it's like a willingness to be in life to be fully poorest with life and unguarded to degree what i know we only to put our guard up when we earn a dangerous situation. Where we he'd armor and most of the time you can says is this a time for survival armor my war zone of someone attack me like no okay let me be porous and then literally not just other people but like the energy of life starts to move through and probably a physiological level. There's less tension in your nervous system less constriction in your cells in your spine. Everything in you more porous. That's beautiful. I really like that. That feels really good as a as a frame of hyena. Even as your sh speaking to that. And i'm thinking even again in my relationship with my partner. Sylvie and all she's ever really wanting to connect with me to feel connected to me. I should say. And you know i'm i. I went through the military. I was ten years in the military. I was raised the boy in this culture life. You know. i was not taught to be connecting. I was taught to be armored up and to be non porous and to be you know just disconnected in my own little world and yeah no wonder. My relationships were shit for twenty twenty-five years for the most part hope that our listeners are really taking this in. And i would even say go back and listen to the even just the last five ten minutes Because that idea of being porous on thinking again. I'm going to go up after our conversation as these in my partners there. And when you say poorest what happens to me as you're describing i'm i'm naturally feeling my body relax. My breath is deepening. I can feel the listening open up in me to what's happening with my partner. I can feel the willingness. I love that word willingness. I think i think there's a there's a lot of in today's world. There's a lot of forced vulnerability going on see this the men's groups especially But on social media it's like that's how you get followers be more vulnerable. Share your story. And it's like vulnerabilities almost become a marketing tool but the word willingness to me implies like when when the moment when it serves in the moment when it serves to offer up what is real. What is here for me like that. When i'm in that space with my partner and with a friend with a parent whoever aziz man. It's magic yeah it's real because it's real and what happens is you have that moment and it doesn't have to be this deep like i love you..
"aziz" Discussed on Men, This Way
"All right back to my episode with dr z's pura take a deep breath and stay present with us all the way through to dr aziz's five key takeaways at the end of this episode of men. This way all right. Let's dive dr a welcome to men this way hyphen man. I'm good. i'm glad to be here. I'm excited about this conversation. Thanks for him. Yeah likewise you. And i are new to each other I'm really excited to get to know you more through this conversation and as as i shared with you Right before we started this. I'm i feel. I'm gonna be honest with you. Feeling rusty man a doing this holding this space been on vacation Southern really relaxed in my body. And now but the thing that i value most about these conversations is is that we're going to get real with each other yup yup for that s. That's that's what i live for. Yeah beautiful man so I to help our listeners myself. Get to know you a little bit more. I'd love to hear about a significant event or experience in your early life. That played a fundamental role in shaping you as a man I mean there are so many I think that there are experiences that steered me to be the way i am and there are experiences that were that steered me away from who i am and it you know i lived away going opposite my nature opposite of who i am for many years and so you know but both are happening simultaneously. I think that's true for all of us. And i'm gonna come back to that because that's an interesting point. I wanna i wanna hear the story that you wanna share. But i i. I'm curious to know how to you know. How did you put it in the kind of living opposite your nature perhaps opposite. Yeah how do you know when you're living in your nature versus opposite your nature maybe That onto the end of the question. Oh man i know. I'm sorry. I just want to dive into that. I think that's a fascinating topic you know true. Authenticity is something that i am fascinated by so we will definitely dive into that but the story i wanna share is one of those ones. It might sound so small and so i really but it is significant and and you know just to give people a sense so it was I'm a an eleven year old kid. And i go to a new school and i didn't know anybody there and it's my first day and you know we're we're boys. Were eleven years old and you have to navigate the world like My parents were extremely. They loved me so much..
"aziz" Discussed on Men, This Way
"But truth is. I didn't really know what to expect in our conversation today because dr aziz is a man whose work i wasn't familiar with one thing i want you to know my dear listener. Is that this podcast men. This way is an act of service. It's a hard work born of the depths of my own souls yearning. And i intend for it to always be a carrier of wisdom and as such my conversations with guests are honest real inquiries into a person's experiences in life lessons vulnerable explorations into the events and forces that have shaped their lives and mine as men. This is not merely a platform to sell expertise or workshops or books. Although we will sometimes talk about those things. And i get a lot of inquiries from men many women to to be guests. And i don't say yes to most of them. Because i treat you're listening as sacred and my time as sacred. There are plenty of podcasts. That dive into someone's teas and the life hacks that they wanna teach you and we'll surely offer some of that here in in these episodes but these are wisdom conversations and wisdom conversations. Don't as perhaps ever end with firm absolute conclusions. Life's most enduring questions instead. A wisdom conversation opens up new doors of perception and possibility they offer insight and often. They'll offer even more inspired questions to help. Light the path forward for your journey through life. Now why am i saying all this. Now it's because until now i think through. Gosh i mean a product were over sixty episodes. Now i've mostly invited men or had men on this show. That i knew either personally or i've studied their work for some time It's very rarely that i will invite someone who cold calls me or has there agent reach out there. Someone who i'm not familiar with But i also want to expand the scope of this Of this podcast. I mean there's only so many men that i know personally and whose work that i know and you know the the the subtitle of this podcast is life insights from wise men so anyway i m practicing opening up. I have some filters in place to help me. Make sure that. I am That that i'm inviting men On here with whom. I have resonance and alignment in our in our work. And so you know i. I was pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed my conversation with dr aziz. He's he's clearly a man who is continuing to evolve and grow and deepen his own capacity to be of true service to the world. And i think you're really going to enjoy our conversation as well as eases. A clinical psychologist who serves people through his books videos. Coaching trainings and his own podcast. As well to break through challenges around confidence in social anxiety and like most of my episodes we cover a wide range of topics in this one though we sent her around the question of authenticity. What does it look like feel like sound like to be authentic as well as what is it not look like feel like or sound like so even if you don't think you struggle with confidence or social anxiety i encourage you to listen through this episode for this exploration around what is authenticity is an essential one for any man any woman who would live a truly fulfilling life now..
Armed Intruder Who Tried to Drive Into CIA Headquarters Shot After Standoff
"Into CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, on Monday was shot by FBI agents following an hours long standoff. NBC reporting that to law enforcement officials said the intruder tried to drive into the facility without access at about six p.m. eastern and was stopped by armed guards who operate a serious of gates. Security officers had been negotiating with the man after he repeatedly refused to move decision then was made to try toe push the car out of the way short time later. He then got out of his car and brandished a gun before being shot by agents. Official said. The person claimed to have explosives, but law enforcement didn't say whether he actually did now, according to officials of the man's mentally disturbed and as it tried repeatedly in the past. Get into the CIA campus. His identity has not been released. Few details released Aziz Well, We really got to information yesterday from a tweet from the bureau. Or Reverend Al
"aziz" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"You can get into a building or or your people can get into one of your listings right. Is there anything else that you think. You're virtual assistant helps you with. That is powerful actually just starting last week. I'm working on one more task for her. Which is that coordinator. Yep she's also relatively new again for commercial is hard to find so she the residential and we have commercial traffic right so i have to monitor her work all the time. Yup and trend might be earlier on so you last week. I told her that from now on. I want you to.
"aziz" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"You really cannot afford to make mistakes if you send a wrong information to apply or to from one person to the other person because confidential information. That's going forward. So that's where you have to really see though in the beginning. I didn't just tell her to start doing that. She would check the email and also. I'll hurry just how would you do that. How would you do that and kept on doing that even now once in a while when she asked me. I know that she can do it. Then i'll asker but the good thing that she realizes that this is very sensitive. She's not one hundred percent. Sure she won't send it up shielding talk to force before she cannot which makes me feel good because our rather take that extra. Minute didn't have a mistake there. Right so again i will ask. How would you respond. And explain dora and bliss. I always tried to explain to her. Why why we're doing what we are doing. Radio has just telling her. This is the answer. I think is not a good way to do it because for now it'll work for the next time. It won't work if you she learns wall we're doing we're doing then. She has more power and she has more decision making she can do but as is that a lot of extra work for you like isn't it like i mean i'm trying to help our the mindset of our client isn't that a lot of extra work well the mindset that this is an investment for example even every saturday by spending our to. I made an appointment. Seven o'clock in the morning hour and the whole reason is because i feel is important. We can make this one our to our investment can save me hours. I'm doing the week. Yeah so similarly. When i'm explaining these things to her instead of just saying okay to spawn x y z versus telling why that means that right now it may take five ten minutes extra little the futures and save our time that's right and most people aren't willing to take that extra time up front to save all that time in the in the background. How did you come up with that. How did you know that that's what you wanted to do like. Why is that part of your dna. I think fueled things in one. Is that in the beginning. When i mentioned that i started working and it wasn't working well.
"aziz" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"Hey everybody data ramsay here with my out. I'm really excited. Because today we've got a z's country a commercial real estate professional from oaktown oakland california so really excited today. he's been a client for two years and we're gonna kind of dive in deep about how he uses a virtual assistant and how he's been successful with a my out desk virtual assistant aziz. Thanks for being here today. You can thank you for the opportunity. So let's talk about. Why did you decide to hire us. And what was the need that a commercial real estate agent yourself had. I was missing a loss a follow up of calls and so i decided most people who sit industry they know about the millonarios said agent book by gary keller and the one of the basis spoke in there is a that is trying to love. Three legs desperately lease listings and leverage. Yep sorry not lease lead. L. e. a. d. leads listings and leverage. Yup and i had to listen to this. I needed leverage to serve my clients better. That's i i was just things were falling apart. I wasn't able to follow up yet. So that's what. I did that and it's been exciting. It's really wonderful that's cool. What are some of the tools that you currently use as a commercial professional lake. That virtual assistant can kind of help you in like. What are your tools that you use in order to make this the successful Most important tool as client look that we use the cloud. Crm so she takes care of that and also early on. We prepared a basically procedure manual. Okay so we have our show and most of your training. Residential had to create our own processes in everything yup which we did and We're following it as much as we can and now we are this year again. Our plan is hopefully in january review the whole process procedures and i brought in some other agents to work with the now but we need to update the procedures manual..
Obama on Chauvin Verdict: Jury 'Did the Right Thing'
"It's never enough for them. None of it. Will ever satisfy them. Let me read the statement. He released the statement about the guilty verdict of showman who killed George Floyd kneeling on his neck for nearly 10 minutes. Who wrote? This must be a P or something. Now it's nearly 10. You know is how they rounded off above. Aziz suffocated to death. Here we go. Uh, let me see what he says. No, no, no, This is, uh Is that his statement? Yeah. In the great Okay today, A jury men and apples did the right thing for almost a year. George Floyd's death under the knee of a police officer as reverberated around the world, inspiring murals and marches, sparking conversations in living rooms and new legislation. But a more basic question is always remain. Would justice be done? In this case? At least we have our answer, But if we're being honest with ourselves, we know that true justice is about much more than a single verdict. In a single trial. True justice requires that we come to terms with the fact that black Americans are treated differently every day. Really every day black Americans have treated different. I know blacks who say that's not true. My brother's. The gentleman I'm filling in for it requires us to recognize that millions of our friends, family and sitting fellow citizens live in fear that their next to counter with law enforcement could be their last. I missed the president. I have a suggestion. Why don't they just follow what the police asked them to do? Even if the police are wrong?
Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft
"Matt dollinger. Senior editor at the ringer and former lowly intern of the two thousand colts with the twenty first. Pick in the twenty twenty one. nfl draft. The indianapolis colts select aziz osha. Laurie out of georgia. I'll be honest. I'm tempted to take jones here. Because i obviously don't trust carson wentz but diseases the best pass rusher in the draft and he might be undersized but so we're dwight frene ian robert mathis. I like that. Wow that was. That was concise all encapsulated. That was how can tell intern with the two thousand nine colts. I love that colton play. They inspect so oziel ours. Your number one pass rusher. Why did you all twenty one here. And he's everyone else really dumb for not listening to you No i so know. I think this this rusher classes bachelor. Classes vary Hard to predict what how the or of the these guys are gonna come off the board. I think with oh jewelry. It's because he's a little undersized as don mentioned he's he's six foot two so that's generally speaking like shorter than you wanna passer should be however he does make up for it with incredible length. His a really wide wingspan long arms Good burst bend. I like skill set. you know. He had some really impressive russia's where he like. You almost looks like von miller where you're like bending around the corner getting really low dipping your shoulder and getting back to the cornerback So i think there's a skill set to work with their but yet speaking of the pastors for classes just basically. There's no one clear elite guy in the class. And whether it's you know a russo or jalen phillips or og. Larry couple of other guys is basically pick your flavor. Whatever type of player. You'd think has chance of succeeding in your scheme. I could see any of these guys be the first pass. Rusher pick
How to register for Covid vaccine shot in Seattle area
"Of becoming eligible for covert covert 19 19 vaccines vaccines this this month, month, But But ah ah lot lot of of people people are are apprehensive apprehensive about about the the process process of of scheduling scheduling their their shot. shot. Almost Almost Abby Abby a a Cockney Cockney shares shares some some advice advice from from experts. experts. The process of scheduling that all important vaccine shot has been stressful and confusing for so many people. That's why small and large community groups around the region coming together. Help connect people to those shots. Here's the advice from those top community groups from folks who are eligible. One used the state's vaccine local cater to all to look, your county's Health Department website. Re check out the city of Seattle website to get connected to those appointments. And lastly, if you get an error on your phone or desktop, try another device. We talked to the co founders of the wildly popular Facebook group. Find a covert shot walks. They urged people to be flexible and to get the vaccine as soon as they're deemed eligible. So what we recommend to people in our community is that you schedule your vaccine. Aziz quickly as possible on Dick. Sure that you're really scheduling your life around the vaccine and not the vaccine around your life that face. The group has more than 50,000 followers and many of them constantly searching for and posting about. Open vaccine slots. Abby a. Coney Come on
Prince George’s County’s new police chief, from Dallas, talks building trust in communities
"County. County. He He says says the the county's county's police police department department can can make make a a difference difference all all around around the the country country of of national national crisis is Police community relations that we have stopped talking to each other and with each other, and now we're just talking at each other, Malik Aziz says addressing that is key to rebuilding trust in communities listening an important part of the solution. While the nation, he says, is in a reformation era, he believes changes at a local level could have a far reaching impact and can actually form a blueprint and a foundation. Positive policing with 19,000 police departments around this great nation as he's comes to the county from the Dallas Police Department and still must be confirmed by the county Council. Mike Murillo. W T. O P News. The plan for Flood prevention is
Malik Aziz to be next police chief for Prince George?s County
"After Prince George's counties. Previous police chief resigned last June amid claims of discrimination inside the department. A national search has been under way for a new top cop there, and today, the county executive announced her pick I have selected Deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of police. He's a 29 year veteran of the Dallas Police Force. Who county executive Angela also, Burke says, has an unblemished record. No monitor to receive that selection and stand before you one thing he plans to focus on. We often talk about community policing. In crime reduction and to me, they're one in the same they do not exist without the other Also is. The police department faces a lawsuit claiming unfair treatment for some minority officers without commenting on the case. He says he plans to hear from all his officers. Every officer will have equity in this system. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News. The County
Dallas Deputy Chief Tapped to Run Prince George's County Police
"Also Brooke, announcing the next chief of police for the county and after this long and thorough process, I am very proud to announce today that I have selected deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of Police County executive also Brooks, noting Chief Aziz this commitment to community policing his leadership in the National Black Police Association and advocacy for police Reform. We know we acknowledge me. Have never hidden from the fact that we also have a very serious issues in our department similar to other departments across the nation. Barbara Brute W E Mail
Olympic Torch Relay Begins in Japan
"A run up to the summer Olympics. Aziz runners begin the four month Olympic torch relay beginning in Fukushima, Japan, all the way to Tokyo. Some 10,000 runners will carry the torch to its final destination in time for opening ceremonies still expected to go off on July 23rd. Olympic organizers will prohibit international fans from attending, but will play host to more than 200 invited nations and nation states at the summer Games in a country that overwhelmingly believes Those Olympic Games should be postponed again or
Britney Spears Spotted in Public for the First Time Since Illuminating Documentary Was Released
"Dirt. Britney Spears has been spotted for the first time since the release of the controversial documentary framing bit Britney Spears. She was all smiles as she and her 14 year old son, Jaden took a stroll in California. Right now. Britney's dad and Bessemer Trust company have control over her accounts. Aziz the conservatorship, But the court battle over who controls for money is about to get started again. And as if you remember yesterday if you were listening, she is going after her dad for $300,000 that he paid one of her ex managers who, like had resigned in 2019, and she doesn't feel like that That was necessary or the appropriate amount, So we'll see what happens with
Biden to hold first press conference as president on March 25
"Formal news conference next week at the White House. Now, while the president has periodically taken a few questions from reporters at some events, Biden has been facing mounting pressure for wedding longer than some of his predecessors to hold a formal media availability after taking off This no state of the Union rat. Earlier this month, the White House press secretary Jin Circle back to your sake. She defended by by saying, hey, was certainly understand that the focus and energy has been on wrapping up covert 19 vaccinations. That's what Joe's been focused on Aziz in
Vaccination Efforts Picking up Speed in Florida
"The age for the general population to be vaccinated in the state of Florida for Cove. It is now 60 that began this morning. 60 and up without pre existing conditions. It's just the age and the more that Fizer Johnson Johnson Moderna manufacture the continue to drop that age. Let's talk about our vaccination process how we're doing in the state of Florida. But Dr Joshua Lynch's chief medical officer for Our health Medical center and vice president of the Florida Medical Association. Come, Archie, Doctor Good to talk to you. Good morning to you, Jimmy. Thanks for having me on again. How we doing so far. I think we're doing pretty good. You know, If you look at the national numbers more than 100 million people have already been vaccinated of those good part population, 30 35 million or so and have been fully vaccinated. With the other 70 million, at least having one dose and we're making significant strides. Two thirds of the population over the age of 65 already had one dose. More locally. Here in Florida. We have about a little more than four million people have been vaccinated about. You know, the population of 22 million you have about 10% of our population has already been fully vaccinated. And I think we're well on our way. Definitely down here in the southeast Florida reaching way. We're told that private doctors officers may be getting doses for patients. How do we When would that happen? And how do we know how well that rule out? Yeah, I would imagine that, as we increase as the amount of Johnson Johnson is increased here is only about three million or so doses that Johnson Johnson has has supplied. About half of those have already been used in the United States. But that's really going to be. I think, the foundation of the vaccination effort for private private offices who don't have to maintain the cold storage that that we have to maintain, and the other pieces is that it's only one dose, which is which is great because You don't have to worry about booking that second dose that we do in the health systems for for Visor, Madonna Right, Um Aziz goes forward we're supposed to get. I think almost half million doses of Madonna and Fizer plus Johnson and Johnson this week in the state of Florida. Are they being distributed correctly? In your view across the across the state. I think that there's a lot of logistics that way go into the supply chain of that vaccine distribution. And certainly hindsight is Is 2020. I don't know that anybody had anticipated depend up demand that we still have not just here locally, but across the country and so minor things that you wouldn't even think of like. When you open a phone line, you know, phone line, as you guys know, in the radio phone lines can only take X number of incoming calls. And when you put a call out to tell people is vaccine 10,000 people try to flood the phone system. It could crash the system. So I think that they're doing probably as best as they can. Everything is sort of predicated on the domino before it. And even though the industry that pharmaceutical companies are continuing to pump out as much as they can to get it into the arms of people, because that's really where it needs to be right, and the rollout is faster than we've ever done. I mean, you know, the the messenger RNA has been around for 30 years, We put it into a vaccination vaccination. Now it seems that works beautifully. But, um, But the rollout is faster than what they normally do for this kind of a product correct, And that's real. They're learning as they go. I'm talking about the logistics experts that these pharmaceuticals Always out it out. Yeah, This is your absolutely during the last year. We've used the word unprecedented a lot of times, But this is really I don't even forgiven. Unprecedented. This is this is historic. I mean that Operation works. Speed was incredible. Because if you think about it within the span of one year, you know, we had already identified the genetic code for that protein that was embedded into that messenger. RNA developed a new vex to new vaccines based on that technology and had distributed it and vaccinated people, all within the span in 12 months. That zoo historic.
International Women's Day: Illustrating the Covid-19 pandemic
"International Women's Day is being celebrated amid the pandemic, and that has brought two unique and deep challenges to women around the world for more and let's head to London and bring in Bloomberg. Daybreak. Europe anchors Caroline Hecker and Roger Hearing John usually a day of celebration and a call to arms for equality for women. This year's international Women's Day is going to look very different Women have been deeply affected, of course, by the pandemic at work and at home, with many women losing pay and jobs. And Children more off the care responsibilities. Well for more. We're joined by Bloomberg's senior government. Alice, Sarah, Jane. Mahmoud, I'd like to start with you if I may. ELISA On International Women's Day. It will no doubt be dominated by the impact of the pandemic. How do you see this day really is a point in terms of marking where women are now in the workplace. Well, I think of Aziz introduced the topic of remarked on on them. Damaging effects of the pandemic on women, in particular women making up a larger share of the work force in the industries that have been hardest hit from home from the hospitality to retail. Andre also taking on a larger share of the burden, oftentimes a home on being forced to either cut back the number out of their working well, giving up work entirely to be able to do that. So it is that you know should be a moment of reflection on but but it should also be a moment of which, you know. People think about what can be done to help women in the future Nichols childcare and accessible childcare and widespread childhood, particularly for the infant years, being a key point on which governments and policy makers can focus but also training education. Clearly technology and being in grace of the mad increasingly raises demanded, and women tend to fall back and in that space, so there are errors that the government can tackle to ensure that the gap that has widened between women and men, particularly in the workplace control and
"aziz" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"All these really old guys in ties and suits sitting on high pontificating, this self righteous Yes. Amen. It's my way or the highway That's not gonna win elections anymore. You gotta loosen the tie or take it off. Take off the sport coat, roll up your sleeves and start doing the same thing The Democrats did. We could do that. And we need leadership that will do that. If we do that. With his much Aziz much moment. Um, as we had Have we done just a few of those things. We would have won this thing. It wouldn't. It wouldn't matter how many ballots they found under a table in the suitcase. We we would have won overwhelmingly, no matter what they did. I know it's frustrating. It's it makes you angry. I'm still angry, but I also have a microphone. I've gotta be careful what I say if I want to use that microphone tomorrow. But if we just do that, just do that. And that's like Dick Morris wrote, Uh, there's there's no way there's no way they can beat you. You can't tell me that Democrats have a better plan. They do well. Their plan is to raise your taxes both your individual personal and business tax. Raise your taxes open the borders. In all of their and then if you go even further left AOC and Bernie Sanders, who in their right mind would go for something like that. Unless they were an 18 year old living under a rock and not knowing how life works. All right, um, 15 minutes after the hour. Let me step aside very quickly. Back to your calls. I'll get as many of your calls in in the time remaining in the show 1 802 88 w b a p 1 802 889227 Look, I know it's not sexy. There's no rubber wrist bands to wear no banners to wave on. Do all of that. No, I just down and dirty, hard work and you know, for my money, there's nobody that works harder than a Republican. I'm not talking about Republican leadership. They are what they are, and that's up to us as well. I'm Rick Roberts. NEW stock A 20 WB Ape SUBS. Chaos violence. Anarchy. Enough's enough destiny of our nation. Keep it here. Tell the truth. This is used talking 20. W v w b a p dot com Don't miss the Dallas Arms collector's gun and knife showed this Saturday and Sunday at Southfork Ranch. Let me ask you a question is home remodeling one of your New Year's resolutions? If it is, I have just the company to make that happen for you. Everybody. Its chrysalis state over new spray New spray is still the Texas own and local company providing cool wall painting. Home, But now they're your one stop shop for a whole lot more state of the art window replacement Total roof replacement.
"aziz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"His new record. Winter is for lovers. That's inland empire. Ben Harper's new record. Ben Harper is my guest as I mentioned, even though this is an album of instrumentals, I can still hear your stories on them. Even though you're not speaking any words right on love that and I feel like I can hear that in that song. Yes, especially that when it's all there. Thank you Tell tell me about that song. That song was written in and around the region. I grew up which is the 909 the inland empire. And it was that it was that waltz and that waltz pattern on the thumb with a straight ahead kind of a 44 Melody Aziz the top line and that song was a breakthrough for this entire record. When that song came down, the record came together pretty quickly. We go to the Toronto movement, please do it. This is my first opportunity to talk. About one of the movements with someone who is in the place of the movement. Let's do it. Take a listen. E mean, it's it's a minor. Dirge like sad, er track on the record. And it's called Toronto. I'm going to be curious about it. Then I think it's for me. I wrote it from a place off romance to me. It's zero man tick. Piece. Hmm..
"aziz" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Questions, be joyful. Most of us spend our whole lives working on them. I love that. Yeah, Yeah, that's great. That is so cool. But one of your quotes which I really love is You're right to be selfish. Allows you to be selfless. You could help many people. Many people buy first helping yourself and you know, it's so basic. You know, we get on an Arab planing. That's the first thing The first thing they say, is, if you know, God forbid there's a problem with the oxygen. Put the mask on yourself first, and everyone with kids will say No. I want to put it on my child. No, Put it on yourself first, and then you can help others by Taking care of yourself first. Yes. Yeah, that's basically a low, Bassem. It is, And it's often something especially is women that we don't do. We're so busy deferring to others and thinking about what they need. We stopped taking care of ourselves. And then something called emotional entropy begins to dissolve. You. Probably remember from a beloved science class you took at some point in your education hopefully was beloved anyway. Um, And when there's more there's more going out of his system than coming in the system begins to die. And, uh, you become resentful. You become angry, become tired. You use interest in things, and that's a lot of what we feel right now is because we feel like ah You know, we've been trying to, um homeschool our kids and keep up our job and keep the house clean. Keep everybody sad and remembered where our mask and do our distance and all these other things. And we forget that we have to stop and take time for ourselves. And you can say Well, that's not possible. It's just I can't. Of course it's possible because you know what No one has time for anything. We have to make time for what's important to us. And if we don't make time for ourselves, we're going to sail those that we love the most. So give us more tips. This is such great stuff. Go back to your list would mind doctor. I say. Go back to your list of his. This is such great stuff. Yes, Yes, well, let's go back to the gratitude practice because that's super important. We have a lot of data. In the field. Now that shows you can literally literally rewire your brain in about 21 days. If you are active in gratitude now what? What happens to people is that there's an old saying that neurons that fire together wire together. So what happens if you think of thought over and over again, you begin to develop. A neural pathway just for that thought, and it fires so quickly that it completely bypasses your prefrontal cortex, which is a part of your brain that does critical thinking. Do you find yourself having automatic thoughts, and they're not necessarily good ones. Things like this won't work for me. I'll never be happy. This will never be over at separate subjects. So if you do a gratitude practice, basically you're developing a different competing neural pathway that will take you to a very different place and basically begin to act as a firewall for new negative thoughts. Now it's really easy to do. You can either do it once or twice a day, and all you have to do is just take a few minutes. And say to yourself out loud or right down to things that you're grateful for. Do you think? Oh, well, you know, that's not that many things right now. I hear that a lot from people. I don't care if it's the fact that you love your purple dinosaur socks, it doesn't matter. You just get it down. You just think about it. I'm so happy and grateful that I have a healthy family. I'm so happy and grateful that I have a roof over my head Right now. I'm so happy and grateful that my dog is healthy and happy. Whatever it is, that's on your list. You say those things and it's a day goes by. You'll begin to notice that the list gets longer and longer and you find you have more and more things to be grateful for and you feel better and better about yourself and your day and what's going on, and you have more energy to remind yourself about that event calendar Every day is one day closer to the end of this I'd love that. Yeah. That's really very, very, very powerful. It's a very powerful exercise. It is easier to do. It doesn't take up much done. And it's always about what it is that you do want Not what you don't yet, you know, let's let's flip it to what What do you want? Yes, Exactly. And if you uh Aziz you get more advanced. You begin to talk about the things that you want, as though you already have them. For example, you might say, um I'm so happy and grateful. That, uh My, um I get that that I have a wonderful new promotional work. I'm so happy and grateful that I got a great new race. I'm so happy and grateful that I got a new, uh Uh, subsidies package. You know, whatever it is that you're looking for. You talk about it in your gratitude, so you already have it. And what begins to happen is that you're putting out good juju, giving out energy. And you know how energy is like attracts like Energy.
"aziz" Discussed on KCRW
"For years. Omar Abdel Aziz is YouTube talk show say it poked fun at the Saudi royal family, including the Crown prince killed of equal maca. Realistic. Abdel Aziz did not respond to requests for an interview but wrote in The Washington Post that after his phone was hacked in 2018, relatives and friends back in Saudi Arabia were arrested. He says he's refused Saudi pressure to return home. In another case, US prosecutors last year charge two former employees of Twitter with obtaining personal information of Saudis. Speaking at a recent conference, Adam Ereli, a former U. S ambassador to Bahrain, Says This is part of an ongoing national strategy by the Saudi regime there, infiltration of Twitter by their own agents was designed to obtain and then transmit back to the city government. The names, addresses and very importantly, contact lists of users in Saudi Arabia, who were them substantively rounded up for the targets of that spying. Life is frightening even if they're not in Saudi Arabia. Ali Al Ahmed is a critic of the royal family who lives in the US but worries about his safety. Absolutely, Ike. I fear off course, every day I go into my car. I think about it. I looked under my car. I look around the house. And Ah and I do everything I can to protect myself and my family. Saad al Jaberi, the former intelligence official, was not able to protect his family. In March this year, Saudi security forces arrested his 20, year old daughter and 22 year old son. The family hasn't heard.
"aziz" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"Hey everybody data ramsay here with my out. I'm really excited. Because today we've got Z's country here a commercial real estate professional from Oaktown Oakland California so really really excited today. He's been a client for two years and we're going to just kind of dive in deep about how he uses virtual assistant and how he's been successful with my out desk virtual assistant assistant Aziz. Thanks for being here today. You're welcome. Thank you for the opportunity. Yeah Man I'm excited so let's start off with your story. How long have you been in commercial? Real estate been almost seven years. Yeah okay seven year. So where'd you come from. What what world did you? Where'd you come from? Okay I'll give you a one minute pitch I in Pakistan I came to the. US One thousand nine hundred seventy eight. While at school at challenge Berkeley. I studied business there. Okay then a undergraduate and then got my. Mba met my wife in Berkeley and decided to stay here. Love it since. Then I've been in the bay area. I haven't moved anywhere traveled a lot however like displays the best. And that's where we settle all in this where we've been living with two children grandchildren. Nice night in your love spending time with them. Of course of course yeah yet I love it all right yeah. We're lucky that nearby. Yeah Yeah you're a cow guy. which is I love Berkley? I love the area. I love the school and you went that business school so we've got A. We've got a unique perspective. How did you decide to get into real estate into real said I? I'm like a college. I went to banking industry and moved pretty fast. Different banks and Went up however realized realized corporate world in politics. Yep just didn't work for me so in one thousand nine hundred nine I. A manual state license started working under side or and simultaneoulsy started a printing business in that than up to ten years soul. That night then I was involved in a software business medical transcription Biz then finally about fifteen years ago. I decided I need to focus on one thing. You got it and that's what it was about. Fifteen years ago I joined K. W. and since then I've been with you and I love it there so that's how I got into good good and my understanding is that you've had a virtual assistant from my desk for about two years so let's talk about. Why did you decide to hire us? And what was the need that a commercial real estate agent like yourself had I was missing a loss of follow missing glass of calls and so I decided most of the people who until industry they know about the millenary go said agent book by Gary Keller and the one of the basic from spoil and there is a that is a triangle of three legs basically leave listings leverage. Yep sorry not lease lead L. E. A. D. leads listings and leverage. Yup and. I had to list. I needed leverage to serve my clients better. That's where I I was. Things were falling apart. I wasn't able to to follow up yet. So that's what I did that and it's been exciting. It's really wonderful that's cool. What are some of the tools that you currently use as a commercial Professional Lake that a virtual assistant can kind of help you in like. What are your tools that you use in order to make this the successful a Oh really Most important tool is client look that we use the crm so she checks cut off off that and also early on we prepared a basically a procedure manual. Okay and and so we have our show chill in most of your training residential. We had to create our own processes and everything. Yep which we did and we're we're following it as much as we can and now we are this year again. A plan is hopefully January review the whole process procedures. And I've brought in some other agents to work with the now so we need to update the procedures manual going to be working on so you started to expand your team. Because has you've had some extra time to hire people. Is that correct right correct. You have any physical assistance or is your virtual assistant. That's it at this point. We're still a system that said Yeah Okay and there are times when I feel that would be nice to have physical like business visit scars. I could just hand to somebody scanning them in sending to her or to Clyde local. Whatever ogled unlock this door and things right but it's okay it's worth it? It's worth it not to have the the expense of having physical sure. Yeah okay. So what are all the things that you have your virtual assistant do like if you were to measure all of the most important tasks that you can give an leverage off of your day. What are those? What are those look like? Generally I would say. CRM relation manager uh-huh database maintaining that following up with those. That's the most important function the basic function. I go a step further other than most people do. I don't know anybody else who has enough confidence in their Va To do this. which is that she? He checks my telephone while while she's working. I don't answer my phone nine. She takes she just bonds to them herself. Not and she will let me know and I'll tell her what to respond similarly either she actually answer your phone. Does she actually do you for the call. Yeah basically I use Google a voicemail. So they go to google voice automatically. If I don't answer the phone then go to google voice. And then she listens to them. And then you know that Google voiced you'll get a text also the the message your which is good because sometime if everyone forward somebody she can just forward the next two and similarly. She checked my emails on a regular races. Also and she eh. I think at this point she and respond to about fifty percent of my enough without my interference which is really good. You just them. I will tell her what to do or I will respond personally myself. What is in the beginning this? This makes people nervous so as in your you're you're absolutely right. Most people don't do the voicemail and the emails how did you go from. She knows nothing to she can work. Ah She can respond to fifty percent of everything without you. What was that process? Look how how long did it take. And what system did you have to create with her in order for her to understand and learn how you want her to respond and your business I think important thing is trust in this case. Okay want to be able to trust the va because as you know in our industry we have lots of sensitive data from clients. That's right and number one. The number two. You really cannot afford to make mistakes if you'll send wrong information to apply or do from one person to the other person Lotte confidential information that's going so that's where you have to really see so in the beginning and I didn't just tell her to doing that she would check the email and also. I'll hurry just funding to. How would you do that? How would you do that and kept on doing that even now once in while when she asked me? I know that she can do it then. I'll ask her but the good thing is that she realizes that this is very sensitive. She's not one hundred percent. I'm sure she won't set it up. She wouldn't talk to me first before she not which makes me feel good because a rather take that extra minute than have mistake there right so again I would ask. How would you respond and then explained and bliss? I always tried tried to explain to her. Why why would doing what we are doing? Rake as just telling her. This is the answer. I think it's not a good way to do it because for now it'll work work for the next time. It won't work if you she learns while we are doing we're doing then..
"aziz" Discussed on The Production Show
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"aziz" Discussed on KCRW
"This guy, tried to get more gun from his car when they see me on chasing with a gun is that. And I just got. Window like adult lost. Short game with something back into see Dr author Aziz used the gun to shatter the gunman's car window, which many wins believe is what prompted him to speed away rather than reenter the mosque and kill more people. Have you? Can I ask you minutes later video shows the suspect being pulled by police from his car two and a half miles down the road where two more guns and homemade explosives were also found. I want to speak specifically about the firearms used in this terrorist act. They were to Simi automatic weapons and two shotguns on Sunday. New-zealand prime minister Justin to order said that the suspect an Australian citizen would be tried in New Zealand, and that her government would meet today to discuss the country's gun laws weapons. I can tell you one thing right now our gun laws will change. Funerals for all fifty victims are expected to be held in the coming days. It's the police Commissioner confirmed.