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Suns push past Pistons, win franchise record 18th straight

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Suns push past Pistons, win franchise record 18th straight

"The the sons sons of of set set a a team team record record with with their their eighteenth eighteenth consecutive consecutive win win one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh three three over over the the pistons pistons camp camp Johnson Johnson and and Cameron Cameron Payne Payne both both scored scored nineteen nineteen points points to to help help Phoenix Phoenix win win pain pain doesn't doesn't appear appear to to be be all all that that impressed impressed by by the the winning winning streak streak of of skills skills good good that that the the same same time time it's it's just just I I don't don't know know me me I I mean mean I I guess guess you you feel feel good good basis basis like like maybe maybe another another game game tomorrow tomorrow yes yes gotta gotta keep keep going going just just want want to to know know today today yes yes I I feel feel through through Johnson Johnson a a pain pain sparked sparked a a stellar stellar effort effort off off the the Suns Suns bench bench which which finished finished with with forty forty eight eight points points the the pistons pistons fought fought back back in in the the third third on on the the seventeen seventeen run run to to get get within within eighty eighty seventy seventy nine nine after after a a three three pointer pointer by by rookie rookie K. K. Cunningham Cunningham Jeremy Jeremy grant grant had had thirty thirty four four points points for for Detroit Detroit I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:04 min | Last week

"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"As he does in bed, which is wonderful. Yeah, I mean, you know. I don't know if that answered anything. But yeah I did. Yeah. I mean, it did. I think that I'll tell you something I'm working on is I think for me, I had sort of a goony phase of looking when I was younger and I. Shifted my value over to my accomplishments and really tried to achieve. And something that I've just been working on in the last two years is shifting away from, I mean, this is just this is just to say, this is I'm just contemplating this. We don't know if it'll ever happen. But what if my value was not based on how I look? Also not based in what I do, and that is something that I have been trying to wrestle with is like, wait, what if my values just inherent and I don't have to work on it? Because I think that something that I ended up doing because I got so into this vibe of like, okay, well, I can prove that I'm, you know, I've just been working on trying to rest a shirt. Like, to spend more time resting and feeling assured of myself. And so I relate to everything you're saying. And then I also I hear some of the calm, you know, in your voice, it seems like you're very, but I mean, it's also, I mean, you go into a very good direction, I was. I mean, we're stuck in a pandemic where stuck with also having opportunity IC opportunity of not working at all. I mean, we're kind of like stuck with not doing or providing anything. So if you're not happy with yourself in that state. I mean, then you're probably pretty fucked. But it's also the first three months of this period. I mean, both me and Ricky we just did nothing. We thought, you know what? Let's just let's just then do nothing. Let's just sit down and not work and not produce and I mean Cameron and I tell you it was great. I mean, it was a really great pause. Which was necessary. And then from that kind of void, we just thought, you know, it's time to slowly get back into working, even though I can put up a show or even though if I produce work now, you know, there's no there's nothing in sight of what I can do with it. But make plans. So I mean, it's like a force kind of sense of just being trying to be happy with yourself. I mean, I think also there's the reality is probably a lot of people can't stand themselves. And I think that's also a good that can be a great lesson for most people that maybe would never discover that. And it's kind of important to just do all that work. So I hear you. I mean, it's also like you could also skip other accomplishments and skip the looks and skip the ambitions and then just like, what do you have? And I think what you have then is like a liberal.

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No. 21 Coastal Carolina remains in hunt for Sun Belt title

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00:33 sec | Last month

No. 21 Coastal Carolina remains in hunt for Sun Belt title

"Backup Bryce carpenter threw for eighty five yards and a touchdown and ran for another score to help number twenty one coastal Carolina beat Georgia southern twenty eight to eight coastal Carolina announced an hour before the game at starting quarterback Racine McCall would not play the school said McCall is out indefinitely with an upper body injury carpenter entered with just nineteen pass attempts this season he connected with Cameron brown for a twelve yard touchdown pass to open the scoring and made it fourteen nothing with a twenty three yard run the Chanticleers are tied with Appalachian state atop the east division of the Sun Belt conference I'm Dave Ferrie

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"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:56 min | Last month

"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"But much more often like full eye contact and just that's funny. That's it's the worst. This is bringing me so much joy just like imagining this and knowing that this world that I'd even know exist exist like. This is what we need in these days. My queer eye, I'm gonna go first thought, best thought my friend Natalie, who's lastly, I'm not gonna say, 'cause I didn't ask them if I could. Say their name on the air. But we started working on very queer trans lead piece of theater probably like 7, 6 or 7 years ago now and they've just always been someone who just a really important sort of like partner slash walk along cider and my own gender journey specifically and always like just accepted whatever version of my non cis itself was even as that was evolving for me as the language that I've used to describe my own, gender, the pronouns I've used have evolved. They've just been such a constant and been open about their journey as well. So I think having that sort of just like person that you're holding each other's hands and just being with and being like, yes, I see you. Thanks for seeing me. That's my queer eye. Oh, that's beautiful. Well, thank you for so much for your time today. And also huge congratulations on the film. I mean, here's what I'll say is beautiful and I think another thing that is really, really wonderful about this movie specifically right now is that it feels like a trip. Like it feels like a vacation. It feels like going somewhere to an actual place and spending time with people. And I know that when I first got a screener, it was truly like the middle of the band. I wasn't going anywhere. And I really appreciated that. And I hope that folks will get to see it for many reasons. But a lot for that reason because I think that's something that we all really need right now is to feel like we're seeing something that feels like a real place and a real trip and a real vacation and a real break. And that's what this film felt like to me. Totally, thanks. And I would be, yeah, you can anyone listening, you can watch on demand starting on November 23rd. Perfect. Honestly, right around Thanksgiving. It is like in a family situation where you're just like, I need to go to my room and be queer. Take a vacation be it. Or you need to be in. Or that you need a movie that will take your parents on vacation and then provoke really interesting conversation with them afterwards that you can deflect if you want to or engage with if you choose to. What about a young cousin who is a queer cousin, they're just finding out their identity? Just pitching this pitching idea. Grandma. You know, actually. Listen to me about my mom, I asked me about lesbian sex for the first time after watching my film. So that was pretty cool. I just got a lot of emails that were like, we saw your took it. Wow, I want to know what your mom asked you. Yeah, Marianne, what did you mean? You have to tell us. No, I'd love to, she asked me, she asked me who's wearing it and why is the person wearing it? Why does the person wearing it seem to be having an orgasm also? That's a great question, though. Right? It is. So really paying attention question. Great question. That made it the whole movie worth it to me. I was like, I gave my mom the tools to ask me about this. Wow. Yeah. It's like in depth. Cool. I love that question. Yeah. We should, oh man, we should have gotten this in our whole conversation started with the sex toy shop. There's something here. We gotta find some kind of sponsorship or something. Absolutely 100%. It all ties in. Anyway, November 23rd. Thanks, Cameron. It's really nice to talk with you both. Nice to talk to you too..

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"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | Last month

"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And by the way, tomorrow, we're playing interview with Tom gilson. He wrote a book, John's mere act recommended him very, very highly. It's a book about Jesus. It's called too good to be false. It's about the character of Jesus. I am just so impressed with what he's done in this book. You can look forward to that tomorrow too good to be false. By Tom gilson, lots, lots coming up this week. Please go to my website Eric taxes dot com sign up for my newsletter so you know where I'm speaking, I'll be all over the place, God bless you. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Here we go. Hey there folks. I get to talk to a special friend of mine after we wrap up this show. He's waiting outside the door. I actually just kidding. I get to talk to a special friend of mine now. He's in California, and I'm gonna ask him some hard hitting journalistic questions. Cameron, are you ready? Yes. I am ready Eric meta taxes. My friend, Kurt Cameron. I recognize you from TV programs. I just realized..

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"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:41 min | Last month

"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I ask you a question really quick? Yeah. Do you go by cammy that was so funny? I don't know why I found that so sweet and so you're very curious because you know to me? Because at first I was like, who the hell is hammy? And I'm like, oh, family's favorite Cameron. You know, I really appreciate that question. I don't really go by cami. But it's sort of like, it's like a third person way that I speak about myself in wow, I'm just realizing this now. In sort of a way that I think denotes a part of myself, it's a little different than Cameron esposito. Like, that's cool. I used to do a live show here in LA and there was like a fan club. Wow. That was called cammy's little sweeties because I would call the audience a little sweeties and anyway. They made their own shirts for a minute. That existed. And I think but when I think about it, why the book club is named that as opposed to the camerons. I think, you know, as a reader as a little kid and as a little kid, I did not go by cammy. I only want to buy Cameron, but even then you were like absolutely not. Yeah, exactly. Why I have a familial nickname, but it's not cami. Are you going to tell us that I can tell you what my familiar name is? Never previously revealed your relationship. Yeah, absolutely. It's a.

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Brice, Appalachian State upset No. 14 Coastal Carolina 30-27

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00:29 sec | Last month

Brice, Appalachian State upset No. 14 Coastal Carolina 30-27

"Chandler state and hit a twenty four yard field goal as time expired giving Appalachian state a stunning thirty twenty seven win over number fourteen coastal Carolina chase Brice threw for three hundred forty seven yards and two touchdowns with Maleek Williams catching ten passes for two hundred six yards Cameron peoples ran for two touchdowns for the mountaineers who have never lost to the Chanticleers at home grace McCall threw for two hundred ninety one yards and one touchdown for coastal Carolina which shattered eleven straight Sun Belt conference wins I'm the ferry

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"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:18 min | Last month

"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That one produces bondage and slavery, the other produces blessing and freedom and if we can educate one another on the right principles, then when this whole thing goes down, we can actually build it back beautifully and biblically. That's what we need to get back to. And I'm trying to help reinforce that knowledge base of the covenant ideas our founders made with God and how to apply the instruction manual to everything because we need to. It's just so beautiful that God is forcing us to get out of our own little world and into the culture and to bring the gifts of heaven. The principles, the ideas, the joy, the faith to bring it out into our communities. That's why it was given to us. And it is funny, Kirk because you're right. It's like things sometimes have to get really bad before we wake up. And I think that that is happening now when Lincoln talked about a new birth of freedom. I really believe he was speaking prophetically and that that was a prophecy. It was not fulfilled in the 19th century, but I really believe we're on the verge of that being fulfilled, because we have had, let's face it, we're having a reckoning right now. I mean, until an election is stolen, you don't get serious about election integrity about making sure that every vote counts. You just don't. We kind of think everything's fine. It's okay. When you realize it's not okay when things go really bad when the government is telling you what to do with your body. When the government is telling you where you can eat and suddenly people wake up and I just think that this is ultimately it's going to be a time of blessing. If people want to participate in this, these campfire events you're talking about, where can they go? Where can they go? So you could just go to my website and there's the tour dates. What's the website? Her Cameron dot com. Oh. I figured I could send them to Eric metaxas dot com, but they'd probably get all mixed up and confused. And they start wearing bow ties and double breasted jackets and I never wear you know what? That's like a bad sign. Everyone says that to me, you're as bowtie. I literally never, ever wear bow ties. But I think maybe my glasses throw people off. They imply bow tie. That's orville redenbacher I'm thinking of. You look nothing like him. Thank you so much. I died inside just now. I died inside. You look like the brawny paper towel guy. That's a compliment, by the way. That's a compliment. But seriously, people can go to trying to look like the brawny paper towel. I'm trying to grow my beard back. So this isn't just me being lazy and not shaving. Yeah. I actually had to shave it for some filming I did. And now I'm trying to grow it back. So I'm in that starter kit phase where I just look like I'm 19 and I'm trying to grow a beard. So it's Curt Cameron dot com. Yes. Okay, folks. Kirk Cameron dot com. Those states you mentioned. I know that a lot of people are going to want to go to those events. I really wish I could. I just love being with you. And I love what you're doing. Congratulations on the new show. Do we know when it's going to be on the air,.

"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:47 min | Last month

"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To Kirk Cameron Kirk. I hear a distant dog. It's so beautiful. So bucolic, you're obviously not in Manhattan. Let me ask you a question. Well, you asked me about the Martin email I quote. And of course, it's in my Bonham for book, but it's everywhere. Martini Mueller was a hero, a German hero, he fought in World War one. He got into the ministry, and he was just an incredible guy. But he was slow to wake up to the Nazi threat. He thought, like a lot of people do, like, well, we can work with them or they're not so bad or something, right? Well, when he finally woke up, it was too late, and he wrote a poem and you were talking about it. It's a famous quote where he says, when they came for the trade unionists, I was not a trade unionist. So I didn't speak up. When they came for the communists, I was not a communist, so I didn't say anything. I didn't speak up. When they came for the Jews, I was not a Jew. So I didn't say anything. I didn't speak up. And then when they came for me, there was no one left to speak up for me. And that's the idea is that we need to stand with others. When they say, I'm going to cancel so and so. I'm going to cancel I'm going to come after so and so if we don't all stand for those people, I say it's about Mike lyndell. I tell people buy pillows you don't need. Use the code Eric. Because if we don't support this guy who's been attacked like crazy, what's going to happen when he's gone? And then they're coming for you. There will be no Mike lyndell to stand up for you. We stand with ADF lines defending freedom. They are unbelievable heroes in the fight for religious liberty. I tell people, give money to alliance defending freedom. I'm gonna tax his talk dot com. Be generous because if you help them now, we may live another day. But if you don't help them now, we may lose religious liberty. And the government's going to come for your money and you won't even be able to give them any money. If we don't all stand now with each other and understand we're in a war now, what will happen to us is what happened to Martin Lee Mueller. He was busy praying and thinking the government's fine. By the time he really woke up, they arrested him. He was in a concentration camp for 8 years, he was completely muzzled. So the church in America today, it's almost like we've muzzled ourselves. And then when we finally realized, oh, we better speak up. It's gonna be too late. So that's, you know, you and I obviously understand these things and we do all we can because we don't want the American church to go the way of the German church. But we will if we don't stand up and speak up. Yeah, it's killing. All the things that you're saying and then again, people are saying, what can I do? What do I do? And so Eric, you're doing such great work and I know people who are doctors who are lawyers who are teachers, just everyday people out there, moms, dads, they're pulling their children out of government schools and they recognize education is important that getting involved in civil government voting, running for office is a critically important. And these are things that we've like you've said we've just sort of neglected. Somebody else will take care of that stuff. Who wants to hang out with politicians? You know, they're corrupt. And so, but by our neglect, it ends up becoming more and more corrupt. And so this is a good thing. I think that we are finally being forced to do what we should have been doing all along and I see my role right now at least, is to use whatever opportunities God gives me to help people understand what the mandates from heaven are contra the mandates from The White House, and they.

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The Lessons We Learn From Martin Niemöller

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:34 min | Last month

The Lessons We Learn From Martin Niemöller

"Well, I'm talking to Kirk Cameron Kirk. I hear a distant dog. It's so beautiful. So bucolic, you're obviously not in Manhattan. Let me ask you a question. Well, you asked me about the Martin email I quote. And of course, it's in my Bonham for book, but it's everywhere. Martini Mueller was a hero, a German hero, he fought in World War one. He got into the ministry, and he was just an incredible guy. But he was slow to wake up to the Nazi threat. He thought, like a lot of people do, like, well, we can work with them or they're not so bad or something, right? Well, when he finally woke up, it was too late, and he wrote a poem and you were talking about it. It's a famous quote where he says, when they came for the trade unionists, I was not a trade unionist. So I didn't speak up. When they came for the communists, I was not a communist, so I didn't say anything. I didn't speak up. When they came for the Jews, I was not a Jew. So I didn't say anything. I didn't speak up. And then when they came for me, there was no one left to speak up for me. And that's the idea is that we need to stand with others. When they say, I'm going to cancel so and so. I'm going to cancel I'm going to come after so and so if we don't all stand for those people, I say it's about Mike lyndell. I tell people buy pillows you don't need. Use the code Eric. Because if we don't support this guy who's been attacked like crazy, what's going to happen when he's gone? And then they're coming for you. There will be no Mike lyndell to stand up

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Kirk Cameron Tells Us About the American Campfire Revival

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | Last month

Kirk Cameron Tells Us About the American Campfire Revival

"Me bought some talking to my friend Kirk Cameron, Kirk. We love you. You just cheer me up seeing you. You were just bringing something up. I had wanted to be in Plymouth for this past weekend. I wasn't able to do it. But tell us about this. This is so it's just so wonderful. Anybody who hasn't visited that monument, oh my goodness, go ahead. So this is a monument that was the cornerstone was laid in the people of Massachusetts and it was finished in 1889 and president Abraham Lincoln was one of the original contributors to the building of this monument, and it was made to be the monument that told us everything that we needed to know about what made this the Pinnacle nation of the world, the Beacon of freedom and justice for all. And it's what we need to get back to if we want to maintain it. It's called the national monument to the forefathers and this last weekend was the very first of 7 nights of revival under the stars that I'm hosting. It's called the American campfire revival. And it really is sort of springboarded out of that first hundred days during the new administration's run of executive orders. And I thought rather than us just being on the defense, why don't we download the executive orders from heaven, the mandates from above and start running those plays and see what happens. And I made a campfire in my backyard for a hundred nights in a row. It's called the American campfire revival. There it is. Oh my gosh. There are sweatshirts. I love this. And so people would gather online in my backyard around a campfire and we would begin learning the history of our America. Not the 1619 version, but the actual true untold story of our forefathers who covenanted with their creator and applied his word to subdue tyranny and build institutions that would create

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"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | Last month

"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"There are people waking up right now. And I think if people wake up now, it's just in time because we do need to create these alternative platforms. And I love that you're talking about that. Eric, you're the expert here on the C student talking to the professor. But when I look at what's going on in our country, what I think amazes me more than the speed and intensity with which the evil is coming toward us is that these people perpetuating these the perpetrators of this kind of evil can look straight faced at us and say, no, this is all for your good. I'm here to help you. There's nothing wrong. In fact, that's crazy talk what you guys are saying. I'm here to murder you. The greater good. Many people just go along with it. What's going on? I don't see a problem or you don't want to see a problem because it's too scary. Yeah. What is it that finally wakes people up to say, guys, we're talking about people telling you that two plus two equals 5. Or that you don't have freedom of speech? I freedom to your own body or anything. I think a dirty bomb snuck across the southern border and detonated some place unfortunate. That'll wake people up. Do we need that folks? Do we need to wait till something horrific happens? There are so many crazy things happening. And you're right, you know, Kirk the reason it's hard for us to process what's going on is because we've lived in a free country. We have been able largely to trust the government. We have been the government. We the people elect people, and we don't worry that they're stealing elections. You know, these were all distant problems, the size of a man's hand on the horizon a cloud, the size of a man's hand. They are now here. And we are having to face things that are

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Eric and Kirk Cameron Discuss the Waking Up of America

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | Last month

Eric and Kirk Cameron Discuss the Waking Up of America

"There are people waking up right now. And I think if people wake up now, it's just in time because we do need to create these alternative platforms. And I love that you're talking about that. Eric, you're the expert here on the C student talking to the professor. But when I look at what's going on in our country, what I think amazes me more than the speed and intensity with which the evil is coming toward us is that these people perpetuating these the perpetrators of this kind of evil can look straight faced at us and say, no, this is all for your good. I'm here to help you. There's nothing wrong. In fact, that's crazy talk what you guys are saying. I'm here to murder you. The greater good. Many people just go along with it. What's going on? I don't see a problem or you don't want to see a problem because it's too scary. Yeah. What is it that finally wakes people up to say, guys, we're talking about people telling you that two plus two equals 5. Or that you don't have freedom of speech? I freedom to your own body or anything. I think a dirty bomb snuck across the southern border and detonated some place unfortunate. That'll wake people up. Do we need that folks? Do we need to wait till something horrific happens? There are so many crazy things happening. And you're right, you know, Kirk the reason it's hard for us to process what's going on is because we've lived in a free country. We have been able largely to trust the government. We have been the government. We the people elect people, and we don't worry that they're stealing elections. You know, these were all distant problems, the size of a man's hand on the horizon a cloud, the size of a man's hand. They are now here. And we are having to face things that are

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"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:17 min | Last month

"cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And at the end of the hour, I'm gonna tell you something else interesting. Don't go away. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Here we go. Hey there folks. I get to talk to a special friend of mine after we wrap up this show. He's waiting outside the door. I actually just kidding. I get to talk to a special friend of mine now. He's in California and I'm gonna ask him some hard hitting journalistic questions. Cameron, are you ready? Yes. I am ready Eric meta taxes. My friend, Kirk Cameron. I recognize you from TV programs. I just realized. Now you have a new program coming up on TBN called takeaways. I want to talk to you about that in a minute. But first, I'm going to ask you some hard hitting journalistic questions. Are you ready, man? Okay, first question. Have you pre ordered is atheism dead by Eric metaxas? Quick. Yes or no. No, no, no. No. Just give me a simple answer. Don't beat around the bush. Yes or no? Not yet. Oh. Man. Alvin. That hurts. I didn't have to, because you're publishers cut off. Cut off his mic. Listen, no, you know what? Because I've been so canceled like on YouTube and all these other places. I'm becoming I used to be sort of shy about asking people like forcefully, but I'm telling people there's stuff in this book that is going to freak people out. Like I'm not kidding. I didn't come up with it. It's stuff that I found and I thought, how is it that we who say we are Christians don't know this evidence for God? It's some freaky stuff. And I'm just telling you that, because I didn't get to talk to you on the phone. I'm talking. I'm telling you now on my own show that there's stuff in here it's gonna freak. It's gonna freak you out. You're gonna say, how did I not know this? Is Eric making this up? No, I'm not. Okay, you. Have a new show out. How many shows do you have now, Kirk? What's going on? Well, you mean sort of running concurrently. Yeah, you've got a lot of stuff going on. So there's a really cool show that's coming up on TV and called takeaways. And the idea is that I get the chance to talk with really cool people like you and like Dennis prager and like dinesh d'souza and Charlie Kirk and my sister Candace Cameron and other people. And I often think to myself, it's great when we talk about stuff, but what we need is some takeaways of brilliance, some action points where we can actually do something with all of this knowledge. Just like in your book, is atheism dead. I'm sure that you give people ideas on what we can do, how we can actually utilize the information in there. And so that's what I've tried to do with this new program called takeaways. In my book, is atheism dead. I don't do anything of the kind. And I apologize. Maybe in the second edition of it I'll have some, you know, some things like that. But listen, I always joke around, especially with my friends, but what you just said and the idea of this show is really important because I do get that question incessantly. I'll have somebody on this program talking about people always say, what can I do specifically? And so that's literally what this new show is about. What's my takeaway? Yeah, what's my what's my takeaways? That's always been my frustration. I talked to really brilliant people and there's fantastic commentators that can articulate all of the hypocrisy and all of the corruption that we see around us and where all these bobble heads going. Yes, yes, I see exactly what you're talking about. But what do we do? I gotta be a part of it. I get an idea for some California evangelicals who might be tuning in. Here's a hot tip for you. You could vote pregnant pause there are plenty of people of faith that didn't vote in the last couple of elections didn't vote to recall Gavin Newsom. Folks, I think it's your duty as a believer to vote against wicked policies and things. And where do you think that idea comes from Kirk that we in America, I mean, you could see the German church brought into this lie in the 30s and it didn't go so well. But there are so many people that, you know, I mean, when we say what you can do, like the most basic thing is vote, like make sure you vote that you're involved. That to me is like the most basic thing. There's so much else to do, but I know that the numbers of folks that didn't vote in this recall election, I thought, wow. It would have been so easy to recall this governor who's completely lost touch with what I like to call reality. But they didn't vote. I mean, that's almost the first thing I'm embarrassed bring it up really. And you and I both know that there's another there's another option on the table that nobody really wants to talk about and that the other option is maybe they did. Maybe they did. I mean, I know, and I know counties here in California that are so red that supposedly turned out blue, you wonder what the heck is going on? We're not allowed to talk about fraud. Hey, we are not allowed to talk about the stolen election on Fox News. Do you understand that? And here's the good news. We're not on Fox News. So let's talk. Well, so we sense that we're in trouble in our country and I'm encouraged when I see you know what I think we serve a God who is sovereign. And with a providential view of history and what's going on, that gives me great hope for the future. And God is guiding the pressures in our culture. I believe to cause all things to work out for good for those who love him. Amen. And so what I'm seeing right now, Eric is we're whining and we are crying for being deplatformed and canceled and censored. Yeah. But now we're realizing wait a minute. Why are we depending on all of these systems and organizations that hate us anyway? We need to start creating our own alternative channels and platforms and distribution systems and finally out of necessity we're beginning to do that. And I see that is perhaps God pushing us to do the things we have been doing. For the last hundred years there's no question about it. I'm right there with you. That is clearly how I see. I mean, look, we know all things work together for good for those that love the lord and call the according to the purpose. We know that. But sometimes the lord allows us to glimpse it actually. And I think that what you're saying right now is are being able to glimpse of one way in which this dark season is working together for good is that there are people that have been sleepwalking and they're waking up. And look, I talked about it in my bonhoff for book. I mean, there were tons of good people who did not really want to deal with the situation. And when they finally did wake up, it was too late. I believe in this country what's going on right now. It's just what you said. There are people waking up right now..

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Author Jonathon Seidl on His New Book 'Finding Rest'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 2 months ago

Author Jonathon Seidl on His New Book 'Finding Rest'

"Seidel europe. You're pretty big shot. How in the world did you get. Kirk cameron to write the forward to this book. I just. I can't believe this what's going on around. Here is my question. Because i couldn't get eric metaxas to write it so You know i had to go to kirk. You had to go to kirk. That's so sad. I'm so sorry eric. Metaxas is such a jerk. Doesn't care about other people. Let me just say this seriously. I've known you for a long time. You've been you've been all over the place in a in a good way. I'm trying to remember you worked with. I am second. I've talked about. I am second many many many times on this program. People need to go to. Im second dot com. My testimony is there along with the testimonies of scores of very very interesting varied people. I am second you were with them. You've worked with glenn beck. I mean you've kind of been all over the place and now you're doing your own thing and you've written a book. Is this a book where faith comes into the conversation. So i think i think it's a compliment that i got from someone who i told. This is a faith based on mental health and exciting and then they read it and they said wow. I was really surprised by how much faith is in here. And i said well i mean that was the point but so yes to answer question. It is really a faith based approach to. How do we deal with our mental health issues. You know especially in this time where they are popping up like

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"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"cameron" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"We were like at pool of foreign firms birthdays and was like hey cameron great to see. I haven't seen you in a long time since that night. And i was just like what the for talking about and he was like. Yeah because you remember. I had the show after years on much any. His show was a one man show of camping. Lick actually is a catholic people worse. I'm just like a bunch of wigs. Just coming out to do like preplanned written sketch work. It's just impossible. I'm still stuck on the improv show. And i just have to get this out. Which is i heard chess gu. I heard top us. That's all i'm gonna say. I just say those things. Yeah look i. Don't we'll have to live in this time. Anymore is a terrible time. But i do think it was really funny. That for a couple of weeks after the election People i would like go to a friend's house and they'd be like hey. Do you want champagne and like these strange phenomenon of like friends offering champagne like all the time and i realized it was like they all had bought a couple bottles of shampoo for their election night parties this city all this shit the champagne. I just had to go ready to move magnum. Why we're in a crisis at i. Actually i this is also for small. That is amazing I flew to mexico the next morning to perform at.

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Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’

Daily Pop

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’

"Love the bodyguard. Well now it's getting a remake in fans are divided. Are you here for bodyguard or you know. You can't remake an iconic legendary film like this. I mean it grows over. Four hundred million in the worldwide box office. It was the best selling soundtrack of all time. We got heads for wendy. Used in what we don't need another kid whitney sing that song again and i don't want to hear it. Don't do it. Everyone's trying to do it all the time. Don't do it.

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DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade

Daily Pop

02:06 min | 2 months ago

DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade

"Talk dancing with the stars controversy. It's igniting over whether or not olympia j deserves to be contested. She's a daughter of laurie. Lachlan and they've been wrapped up in this whole college admissions scandal. Now we just talked to host tyra banks who said give girl chance. Listen to this. Olivia jade super brave. I think she's super brave to come out. I think she's like i'm tired of people talking about me. It's time for me to tell my story. And i'm going to do it on national television and i'm going to do dancing with the stars. Ought to be right there with her helping her to tell her story. There's just so much tire knows about controlling that narrative also likes underdog to you know what i mean Yeah but she's she's like okay. This girl she's gone through it like we've been talking about it. She has been crucified for all of the things that she and her parents and whoever advise them did and you know i was a teenage. We were all teenagers once and we didn't make the best decisions all the time but we were on some crazy platform all the time. I mean maybe you guys were not all your rate. Also she was influenced by adults. She didn't make these decisions by herself. So errands told this was the thing to do because again they were advised to do that. And i think. And i said this two and a half years ago when we were talking about this this is starting to rival khloe interest with the amount of time. We've spoken about it. But they're from a very affluent area in los angeles. And i think that was part of the culture where every family was like. We're gonna get our kids in college and this is how you do it. Obviously that way of life is not acceptable and doesn't work in which is why the whole system came crashing down because you can't illegally get your kid into school but i don't think that they were necessarily bad people. I think they made bad decisions. Laurie has done her time. Masato has done his time. Is he still in prison. Urged their time like let the girl. The girl is how old twenty two years old not even like. I just feel like at some point. It's like an know even going to one tires like you know. She needs to tell her side of this. It's like what's her side of the story her parents and we're going to get you in to see. This is what you need to do. Do it when you're seventeen years old. Sixteen you listen to your

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"cameron" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

08:10 min | 3 months ago

"cameron" Discussed on Revision Path

"Our say accessible. I think right now ron is maybe like a weird answer but i'm honestly obsessed with the friendships that i've gotten to have over this past year. It's very overwhelming. I've never had like friend group of like black designers or even designers that have like really been so overwhelmingly loving to me my not only my career but just as a person and really like being that support system that i needed and i for so long i mean even that people always gonna issue like of course you have support and like yes but like even within that eight hundred fifty their groups their groups and so sometimes you don't always fit into those groups or even within those groups that you may be a part of me still don't completely feel a sense of belonging in so to be able to go into space. Be around people that care about me and love me for who i am and weather. I change or evolve or whatever phase of my life. You know that. I am growing into that there to support me in guide won't do those different shifts. Those different transitions. And i know like i said it. Weird answer in terms of being obsessed. Like i think just i like i have my own podcast with with heatherly. Who's the founder of black ignite and just like how our lives cross within a year. I would have never imagined for our friendship to be where it is from going from like professional relationship to very personal friendship that i value very deeply and to be able to work on this podcast with her and hear her story. And how much like our stories literally are parallel to each other and so be able to have people like and other people like like mitzi like my designed to divest community is like as well and having them in my corner some like i'm truly become obsessed within like want to continue to be around. Want to just have the energy around me that healthy energy kiss sometimes your people. It's beat around your own. People still was it. It's unhealthy so like having people in those relationships has been really great for me within this past year. Aside from like those those friendships. Have you had any any mentors or anyone. That have really kind of helped you out either over this past year just like a long way in your your journey as a designer law. I've had a lot of different people. Din vary some that. I'm very very fortunate. Very grateful to have my life and they're all for different reasons at. I like the start of my career or even School experience. I thought that i could really only have like one seven mentor. That's what it is. But as i realize i need different mentors for different things different spaces in my life and so you know i've had mentors that has taught me about just how to run. My program guided me answering those questions. Were like moving into becoming a nonprofit understanding like elements of like brand strategy for our program that i have. I have mentors that who are now. He call friends as well. Who have helped me like guy me as a person in this where i need to go in my life and then of course i have to like my really close. Professors wanted particular. That has become a very good mentor to me. That actually was the one who gotten into you design that yes. I go for only personal advice but of course career advice As well so. I think like over this past year. I've definitely had some great champions and mentor. mentors in my corner that are designated to different of wildlife. Hell to flourish. Where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work would you like to be doing. Getting my phd. Okay i mean yes. That is a goal of mine. I expressed. I will not a lot of people have told me like. Oh why don't you just go ahead and get your phd now. I'm like i'm exhausted. I'm tired. I do not wanna go through school again at the moment but i think eventually right now i currently see myself leading a community wherever that may be in whether that be in the corporate space i definitely see myself leading those conversations surrounding equity with design space and growing in that. Because that is a space that i want to continue to be in in various different areas whether it's like i said in the corporate space leading my community or even teaching i think eventually like i want to get my phd within this element of design and psychology and understanding people and to be able to eventually down the line teach teach to students teach to the next. You know next generation college students that are coming coming in. I think by then already have that experience of being in the corporate world myself. And i can be able to instill that wisdom and have those connections to people through my community to be able to give back to those students that i'm teaching. So that's where. I want to evolve myself into and just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and your work and everything you're doing online. Yeah they can Wanted can find me on media in terms of my writing and by the way an article will be coming out not through my medium but through the allied tech blog on inclusion or inclusive design. Being more than a buzz word so definitely look out for that and then you can find me on linked in. I'm very active on their. When is of course just my name. And then you can find. The instagram is just by name. Sorry dot cameron and then of course our program our programs. Instagram design underscore. So you can find me active on all of those definitely feel free to to follow me stay connected and especially those who want us. You know get plugged into my community. My program even companies wanting to to work with us and just people just wanting to connect and definitely open to that sounds good well Zarya cameron i wanna thank you so much for coming on the show for taking time to come out on the show like i said it's been a while since we've had a design student on the show particularly one from nhpc you but when i first heard about you at where the black designers and hurt you speak and everything was like. I gotta get her on the show. Just i ever talked about what he's doing. I mean just the fact that you're accomplishing this much. As a student. I think bodes so well for your future career and i'm really excited to see what you're able to accomplish once you graduated and really got out there in the design world and are able to make an even bigger impact so thank.

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"cameron" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"cameron" Discussed on Revision Path

"Was me as an individual designer as person as a community leader. Now those types of roles. I never really saw myself being part of a year ago and now i'm leading community. I'm advocating for other black design students. I'm being able to speak on that work through various different speaking engagements one. I never at all saw myself as being that person to kind of go up and and speak but now i just definitely seen myself evolved with beam. Were authentically myself and being able to be.

Young Throws 4 TDs, No. 1 Alabama Routs No. 14 Miami 44-13

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Young Throws 4 TDs, No. 1 Alabama Routs No. 14 Miami 44-13

"Don't break down the Bama beat number fourteen Miami forty four thirteen in Atlanta Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young found receivers Jamison Williams and John met she wants each and Cameron Latu twice for touchdowns Trey Sanders rushed for a fifth score young completed twenty seven of thirty eight passes for three hundred forty four yards for me it was just trying to try to do my best help the team and that's was always mean that's was going to be for as long as I'm you know for for all season hurricanes had a better second half quarterback Derek king connected on twenty three of thirty one total but only racked up a hundred seventy eight yards he did find exit your restaurant in the end zone but by then my me was too far behind to mount a comeback I'm more in Ruston

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A Discussion on Power With Prof. Dacher Keltner, PhD

Speaking of Psychology

02:16 min | 3 months ago

A Discussion on Power With Prof. Dacher Keltner, PhD

"Us today to keller. It's great to be with him here. Speaking of psychology we often start by defining terms. And i asked this question in the introduction. What is power. how do you define it. And is your definition different from machiavelli's. Yeah you know this turns out to be one of the hardest things to do in the science of power bertrand russell. The great philosopher wrote that power is the basic medium of social life. And as i've studied power of my colleagues for twenty five years i tend to agree. It's it's just everywhere. And that makes it hard to define. And we really align and their various definitions of we really aligned with somebody named steven lukes who has a wonderful treatment of power. Assess the gist. That power is your capacity to alter the states of other people or to influence others right so power is different from status. Which cameron anderson has studied. Which is the respect you get from your peers and your colleagues in the people around you. Power is different than wealth and class and in fact in our work those two contracts only correllated about point one five point two power is different from dominance which is strategies to coerce people to manipulate. Power is your capacity to influence and alter the states of mind of people around you too. Why do some people seek power. What are the psychosocial hallmarks of people who actively want power. Well this is an old question. People like david winter really were interested in it. It's it you know. There are individual differences in how much we want power. So people want the spotlight. They wanna lead. They have certain characteristics They like power they enjoy it there a little bit more extroverted why we want that. Is i think one of the really subtle lessons of this research. Which is that. There are a lot of good things that come with power people feel better. They are happier. They have more freedom. They have more connections with others. They enjoy more resources. So there are lot of good reasons for wanting power and and we shouldn't condemn people for that aspiration. Why

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Exploring The Halloween Party Murder of Arpana Jinaga

Spy Affair

02:34 min | 3 months ago

Exploring The Halloween Party Murder of Arpana Jinaga

"The time of the halloween party in two thousand eight. Jay was in his thirties successful programmer. He lived in the seattle area but he kept in touch with a lot of friends. Back home including dr. Jim naga whose daughter had moved down the road from j to an apartment complex in redmond very beautiful girl betty brainy and all. She's very kidding. I noticed that you speak about her in the present tense. Yes yeah three days after the costume party at the valley view jay woke up. Walk downstairs checked his phone. He saw a bunch of miss calls from arpan his dad. He called dr genego back immediately and he could hear his friend was in a bad place. There was no sign of arben banana. She wasn't answering her phone. Her friends sri aletha couldn't get in touch with her either. J. hung up and tried arpanet himself. Nothing like calling back and saying that it's going to iceman and what are you going to do. you said. Can you go and check on her. Jade bandarban has pleased once before but all he remembered was that you had to walk up a set of stairs to the top floor to be honest. I don't even know the unit number. So that's why i took the steps then. I was knocking on the door and map for almost like thirty forty seconds. No one was there. Then i read then again not to play. That's what i saw that. I don't even know who he is. The guy j saw coming towards him was in his mid twenties. The goatee and sideburns. Average build and height was cameron johnson. Arpan is next door neighbor. And i asked him dino this he said yeah i know so. Ask him which lives by. Then mehan cameron. We both standing just in front of that apartment. J. push gently on the door and a bolt fell off. Someone seemed to have bashed it in. The lock was broken. And there were splinters. All around the chan- then. I talked to cavern. I asked like it looks like somebody broke her apartment. What the hell is going on right. So can you help me out. He said okay. Then we both went inside about. I was cut basically. Jay was yelling calling for our puna but no one was answering.

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Tony Finau Ends 5-Year Drought and Wins Northern Trust

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Tony Finau Ends 5-Year Drought and Wins Northern Trust

"Tony fino has posted a come from behind playoff win it the storm delayed northern trust tournament in New Jersey fino posted a brilliant final round sixty five on the rain softened liberty national golf club the joint Australian Cameron Smith in a two man play off that up the leader Jon Rahm struggle to find fairways in his closing nine holes fino one with the power of the first extra hole when Smith hit his tee shot out of bounds the victory for the thirty one year old ended a five year white his second win on tour and lifted him to number one in the FedEx standings heading into the second playoff tournament this week I'm Graham like us

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Kentucky Gov. Beshear Suffers Legal Defeat in Combating COVID Surge

Ken Broo

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Kentucky Gov. Beshear Suffers Legal Defeat in Combating COVID Surge

"The Kentucky Supreme Court handed governor Bashir a legal defeat involving his pandemic emergency powers with the 11 30 report. I'm Sarah Elise. Breaking down. The court ruled on the Democratic governors challenge of Republican backed laws that limit his authority to enact emergency orders during the covid pandemic. The justices unanimously said of Franklin Circuit Court judge should not have blocked the new laws from taking effect and sent the case back to the lower court to dissolve the injunction. Governor Bashir sued the Legislature and Attorney General Daniel Cameron, arguing the laws undermined his ability to respond to the pandemic. Earlier this month, Governor Bashir Issued an executive order requiring masks inside Kentucky

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Buccaneers Waive Former Navy CB Cameron Kinley, Who Was Given Special Exemption

The Bone 102.5

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Buccaneers Waive Former Navy CB Cameron Kinley, Who Was Given Special Exemption

"Kinley, the story. We talked about it. I think we did it for it's okay. It's not okay. It was a hot button issue all around Tampa Bay because the rookie cornerback camera Kinley Was asked for exemption so that he could play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Although he had committed to the Navy. Yeah, so you know, a story like this. Finally, after getting ran all the way up the ladder, he was given the exemption. And we love a nice happy ending here on drug Araba live came over, and this story doesn't have one because Cameron Kenley has been released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as of yesterday.

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Cameron Diaz says she feels 'whole' after leaving acting: 'I just really wanted to make my life manageable' - Fox News

Ringer Dish

00:16 sec | 4 months ago

Cameron Diaz says she feels 'whole' after leaving acting: 'I just really wanted to make my life manageable' - Fox News

"Cameron diaz apparently told huffington post in two thousand fourteen that she is not warned deodorant for twenty years it. She says it's really bad for you. I haven't used it for twenty years your stinky because you use any per sprint. It keeps all the stink in

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Interview With Actor, Designer, Jonathan Bennett and Jaymes Vaughan

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:33 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Actor, Designer, Jonathan Bennett and Jaymes Vaughan

"I always have guessed introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourselves sure. I'm jonathan bennett. And this is my fiance. Say your name baby on that. Say out breathing out so they can hear your name. What is your name. Babe james von there. We go so far. It's going great. Yeah it is going great. This is ideal. Because i'm really feel like i'm really capturing something of your dynamic in the the reality between two you are engaged. You're engaged. we are engaged thing. Love that joke. 'cause we're gay and we're engaged sure yet so we're get. Let me explain the joke for you. In case you didn't get i so good good do guy nail i follow. Nailed it very. Yeah jonathan you had kind of a big year. It feels like to me. I'm just an outsider. Looking at your life does that feel true to you. Yeah i mean this is ben. it's not only a big year but super special year like it's just been there so many groundbreaking things that have happened in the past year with us and with just clear visibility in the media and it's been such a. It's almost like when it rains. It pours like we didn't set out to do any of these things but all of a sudden things started happening. And it's kinda snowballed into this movement that we're just so proud of

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Markie Post, TV veteran actor of 'Night Court,' dies at 70

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Markie Post, TV veteran actor of 'Night Court,' dies at 70

"After market post has died in Los Angeles after dealing with cancer for years according to her manager post was seventy I margins are a letter with a look at post career all my clients plead innocent you're honor what grounds well they claim to be victims of a mind meld the post was probably best known for playing public defender Christine Sullivan for seven seasons on the TV show night court post also portrayed Elliott reed's mother on the show scrubs and Cameron Diaz's mother in the film there's something about Mary her husband TV producer Michael A. Ross says post family remembers her also as a person who made elaborate cakes for friends so the curtains for first departments and showed us how to be kind loving and forgiving and in often harsh world

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"cameron" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

Correctly Mistaken

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"cameron" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

"You know where to go. I don't even know where to start baby. I guess the craziest thing is what's going on right now today and and the Rihanna took the situation the non indictment that had nothing to do with her Murder by any means nothing to do with her murder as you see at least it seems what's that gentleman's name that the attorney general for Daniel Cameron think it's Daniel Cameron. He's the Attorney General. Oh, his name is Stephen Stephen wage from the from Django really know I'm negative. Oh, I can't remember off. Is one of the movies that I really enjoyed but what about me about movies? I've never I don't remember. I don't remember a lot of certain parts movies. You know, I can remember when Joe Jackson's part. Is that fuck, you know exactly what you got to Stephen. What's wrong with me man. That was about a straight-up billion of Home Town by Stephen birth. I couldn't stand his character even though samuelle killed that joy, and it seems to me it looks as if you know your job you hate you feel while then Uncle Tom, you know Shifty people but it's like, you know, the way that do would have been a day man. And it's funny people don't remember. This is the same catalog. Actually spoke at the RNC and have them nerve to bring up Brianna. Tell his name when he spoke. I mean, he's missing Macado's Protege. Yeah, exactly exactly. I mean any basically he said today and if we you guys didn't know if you didn't hear living under the under a fucking rock that Brianna Taylor the the officer that shot her dispatch one indictment, but they say what what is it on watching? Was it a one-week engagement which is basically shooting recklessly endangering your neighbor, which has nothing to do with you. So you telling me that you can charge an officer for shots fired into another apartment, but you can't charge the officer who actually shots. Well who asked you five shots and killed Brianna Taylor? Yeah. Well, I think about this. Yes. Stephen which whatever real name is I don't care. It's definitely Cameron gets up there and says, well we in the grand jury determined that the officers did the right thing and it was justified because the boyfriend shot at them. You kicked in this man's dead or what you expect you kicking at 1:00 in the morning. You kicked in his door and then you heard what they said today that they had a witness. Somebody said that they announced they had a witness. Come on man. How these reporters have been out there reported. This story been talking to me. They said they had a witness that they even sold one witness that was upstairs can say. Oh, yeah, I heard officers from upstairs. I heard officers pronounced himself to come in. I mean, come on man. It just seemed to me that he literally said on National T. Yeah what they did. Was justified in lawful. So it took you a hundred ninety plus days to say you had a witness. Draw it. I tell you what man. It's just one little thing where you once again, you just see the clear need. Of change bro. What we've been talking about what we've been protesting in the streets for and it seems like a punch in the gut because for the past six months, you know, we've been at this a long we've been having all the streets and then you hear this situation come down and then you're like damn we're right back where we fucking started and the scary part about it is about the protesters who going out there Thursday night, you know night is falling and you know go how people are going to be out there doing some shit and then the people that black lives matter they going to go home and you're going to have these characters going to act a fool all night need to put on black lives matter and it's like NBA Countdown just said two they were stopping about it. Yeah, shout out. Shout out to Maria Taylor She's a bad hair. She she may she's Yeah, she'll say even a John Wayne this over Maria Taylor said yeah, if you can be a countdown, this is what you're going to hear cuz this is what they're going to be the conversation is cuz we fed up I think it's funny. It's interesting though how ESPN now, you know, cuz you know back in a couple of months where a couple months back couple of years ago, which email he'll had a situation with the president. You know, she kind of field I think she was on a podcast with her. Oh, man. Questlove and she was talking about how she felt ESPN and have her back, you know kind of is like, hey we'll deal with it. But you know, Step Up out in front and they didn't do that. But now it's life. It's funny how things change and everybody just all in you know, Maria Tela can freely go out there and say this what we going to talk about what for blind people on the National Hair way if you know what I'm saying, it's just it's amazing ESPN has allowed that. You know that tied all of a sudden, you know, it's like it's like guys have been woken up, you know like Colin Kaepernick in Rodger. It's just funny. It's just interesting that you say that how I think four or five years ago Maria tell it wouldn't even probably said that you know saying but now the times the changes getting support a week even have for black people on National Airwaves talking about this shit that's good shift lever. So what they said was pretty much. You know obviously people say well protests are getting us nowhere can't you'll see that in even Jalen said that he's like but you still gotta keep moving the ball down the field office in Jamison. He said it best. He's like, we're not going to see change. He's like, we won't see it in our lifetime, but we gotta keep moving the ball. You got to go. He's not he's not selfish of the selfishness. If you think you know, you won't try to you know, solve it in your lifetime and they said well or no, I'm sorry because you think can't solve it in your lifetime. You don't need anything, right? So that's with the protests and it's still going to have take place even though I mean, it's kind of one those things like, okay, what did we expect? But we still gotta keep doing it to make a difference for me. And my wife was talking about is like how do you pay a family twelve million but.

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"cameron" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

X Factor Roping Podcast

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"cameron" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

"I think that if anyone here some snort and we got a little if you follow me on Instagram you know we've got a little Frenchy Martin and he's he's hanging out with us now but he he kinda. He snorts a little bit when he breeze but I think if you're looking for that aspect of it the trainer making sure that that's I totally agree. I think that's something if you're if you're you know there's one thing if you're looking for these horses to be trying to what the what they're gonNA do. But you know the trainers demeanor. Are they a person that wants to spend time with the horses? Don't feel like they're in a rush oppressed and this out. They're out there with them. Because that's that's the one thing I I. I feel like the more trainers you go to an in every discipline the best ones in the world. They love to be out there with their horses. They love to be with him. I was over there. Chad masters the other day. And he's got this beautiful facilities is built and he has a lot of horses. I don't even know how many and and I tell the story a lot but We had a jackpot when it was raining over there. Awesome Robertson put on Jackpot is house andor. Everyone's Kinda got the horses tied up and I was leaving one over the time up nieces. Pace not a lot of places. Tie Up over here. This is great. He says well we're really not into tying him up. We'd like to ride them around here and but you know I think that's what makes people great is that that mindset of they. He likes to be out there with them. You know the the great guys out there working added every day and they're you know they might be tr- they're trying to get things done but they know there's just a it's that love of what you did. You gotTa love it to be graded thank you love it so yeah. I love those horses. I like everything about the way. They look like they smell like put my hands on them. You know just like them. Oh horses doesn't mean we don't run into some tough ones but reality. That is the tough ones that actually ended up teaching you the very most and so it's kind of the way life is anyway but yeah. I think you know if you're going to see your worth to somebody make sure it's somebody reputable. That's going to do a good job but their heart into it and the good your horse at the same time well and and I think this all goes down to like this is how I look at it. I I love Horses I. I'm the worst. I can't sell them. I just I mean we. We raise a few not too many but I just I cannot I can hardly I can hardly sell them as I do but what what really gets me is I. This is I'm only going to have so many years with this horse. And you know you. Kinda got to learn to enjoy that because it's like many when you really added up. Don't get that moments on each tour so you kind of you know each one that you ride and it's like Hey. I might only get this experience once or twice and the older I've gotten I've I've now had a few that I've that have gotten up to like fifteen eighteen. We've retired and you're like wow I've had some big moments at reopens. Rodeos on and you know that that was it as I only got one or two chances on that horse and at at a big situation. You're like wow. I and I and I was lucky. I I took it all in and I feel like I remember everything about it and I really had a great experience but also you know it's easy for us to forget that and but that's but that's really what I like about roping that's where my passion is. I don't really care to to go up and down the Road Rodeo in as much I I love that aspect but I I like the horses I like. I like roping on them. I like having that relationship so I'd just like being around them and that is cool. You know that you found something like one of those disciplines like roping you love to robot. It's so cool. You know roping has gotten so popular and I loved that because more people get a chance to go back to that cowboy cowboy tradition that that. That's what makes you know. I think everybody in America has a little bit of cowboy and I'm from New York City. You know we're proud that the cowboy really is an American deal. They have cowboys now in France and Germany and all that but by. Gosh it originated here in America you know and so I hope we can keep that tradition alive and well like our kids. If they have horses they learn how to work. They learn responsibility. They learn how to win and they learn how to lose. I mean again. It's just teaching them about why. What a wonderful thing. So yeah those horses like you're saying there's some horses that are like people that you your member a lot longer than you do some people you've met you know we've had some of the horses that we have a little scimitar for some of our horse that have died on the range that just were such great horses and unlike you got three of them that are now retired. Air All but I'm just giving them the best life they can to finally pass on but he always trying to give something back right. Craig we we talked about this at the beginning of the At the beginning you know you do tons of clinics as well as private clinics at the house and you have so much going on. I would love to do another podcast so we could dive into some Rodeo stories. And I I mean we're right. We're almost two hours today and I was like you know. There's just so much that I wanNA talk about two hours. I think our and forty nine minutes. Something like that role ladd. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. But where's the best place to find you and kind of getting contact with you if you'd like to do you know? Meet UP FOR SOME HORSEMANSHIP CLINICS. We did ugly Lucas Up. Greg Cameron Dot COM rats smart Dot Com and My son is also putting clinics. And he's just come such. I'm so proud of him. He's he's thirty two thank. He's really finding that spot where we're talking about. He's slowing thing voice start so many calls and he. Ropes does rain campaign to that spot ways slowing down and really feeling of those horses and make and gray horses really proud of him but yeah you can go to Craig. Cameron Dot Com. We have a wonderful facility right here close to Stephenville Texas. And of course we're still on the road right now as well traveling around the country. Put on this stuff and Hopefully thanks get going better. I think America's you know spring back no matter what happens. We're just tough people. And and especially the cowboys and cowgirls you know love them but man. That's been a real pleasure to be here with you. Pay You do such a great job with the x factor roping and you guys are covering some ground and really bringing this to the forefront and making it better for the horses and the Roper is everywhere so Just cowboys and horsemen in general. So I hope you keep up here. Been working loved comeback. This with you again sometime. Well I really appreciate it Craig. And yet we're we'll just plan on it because I am like I said there's a lot more that I want to dive into the road to the horse. And you know and Rodeo on it was Rhode Island's changed a little bit and And the you know these stories. My grandpa he he would go bulldog a throat as you kind of hear about that. And and this setups and how everything is has really changed. So I'd love to just Kinda sitting visit I well. We'll make sure we have the link and everything to the website on this podcast. So if you guys WanNa Find Craig you can as well as Cole. I'm around a little bit. He he'll come over and we'll we're up a little bit and so he does a great job. I'm it's pretty awesome. Just watch you guys and the understanding the amount of knowledge that you have on how a horse works and the ability to understand a horse is. It's obviously lifelong work. I mean it. It is Yeah we know it is online and we love the houses and the cowboys. Were we feel so blessed to have what we get to do it. We do be in American. Thank troops and we'll give all the glory to God and for we have what we get to do so again very fortune and Thank Vipul everday. Yeah absolutely were so blessed. Thanks again thank you..

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"cameron" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"cameron" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Cameron fair child the U. S. is evacuating American citizens from the Chinese city at the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak the U. S. consulate and will harness contacting about a thousand Americans in the area to offer them a seat on a charter flight Sunday those being evacuated include diplomats and their families the move comes as the death toll from the virus rises to more than forty the CDC has confirmed two cases of the potentially deadly respiratory illness in the U. S. Jim Forbes NBC news radio Canadian health officials are reporting what they suspect will be their nation's first case of corona virus the patient is in isolation in a Toronto hospital confirmed cases of the virus have been reported in the United States Hong Kong South Korea Australia Malaysia and France raising fears of a global outbreak president trump says any fair minded person who watched his defense team in today's impeachment hearing can see how unfairly he's been treated the president tweets the impeachment is a hoax and warns that should never be allowed to happen again his lawyers gave a quick introduction to his defense in today's brief hearing the case resumes Monday the bodies of three Americans who died fighting Australian bush fires are being prepared to come home they were recovered today from the forest where there see one thirty tanker crashed the cause of that crash still under investigation officials with the Australian transport safety bureau say the cockpit voice recorder was found in the wreckage and should help determine what happened all five crew members aboard a U. S. navy sea hawk are recovering after their helicopter crashed in the Philippine Sea today the navy's seventh fleet says three of the five rescued were taken to a Naval Hospital in Okinawa for evaluation while the other two returned to the fleet's flagship USS Blue Ridge you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio twenty states and the district of Columbia joining to try and stop three D. printable firearms the lawsuit aims to keep blueprints for three D. guns from being posted online one Attorney General argues the federal regulation allows anyone to see and use the files to create guns they can't be traced or detected he says ghost guns in danger every single person supporters claim there's a constitutional right to publish the information Brian shook NBC news radio Taylor swift will apparently skip this year's Grammy awards E. news says the pop star was set to make a surprise performance at the ceremony this Sunday but now confirms she has pulled out the announcement comes after the former head of the Grammys suggested the nominations are rigged and accuses the recording academy of discrimination the stage is set at the Ritz Carlton hotel in downtown Los Angeles for tonight's directors guild of America award ceremonies this year's nominees for best theatrical feature director Sam Mendes Martin Scorsese Quentin Tarantino Taika Waititi and bong joon ho film directors spike Jones and Ridley Scott received nods this year for directing commercials other DG a award nominees include Amy Sherman Palladino and veteran TV helmsman James burrows the seventy second annual ceremonies will be hosted by Judd Apatow the house of mouse about to turn another one of its animated classics into a live action feature The Hollywood Reporter says Disney plans to produce a new version of Bambi the project comes after the Burbank studio enjoyed success with the live action remakes of the lion king and Aladdin the film about the little phone who grows up to become prince of the forest was released in nineteen forty two it was one of Walt Disney's all time favorite projects also ranked by time magazine as one of the top twenty five horror movies of all time because of its haunting deer hunter and forest fire scenes Cameron fair child NBC news radio.

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"cameron" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

Hermit_Radio

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"cameron" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

"Canary has been hurt radio all right thanks for tuning in this hermit radio today I have a special guest another fellow Cameron Cameron thanks for being here with us today man appreciate you joining the show yeah it's GonNa be fun okay so Cameron Lens go ahead in tell me about yourself tell the listeners who you are in what you do yes so I'm a country artist songwriter will and basically I aw play music for people with one goal in mind and that is to make people feel something through music but I live in Nashville Tennessee and I'm pursuing that with everything adamant so that's pretty much what I do appreciate it yeah it's crazy we we actually met at my work and and we've had a great conversation this afternoon and I kind of hope that you guys listening to get a greater sense of WHO Cameron is what he's about 'cause I think deep down you and I kind of have the same thing in mind we both we both want help people and help the world and maybe not so much like superman but just in a sense that we want the world to be a better place Cama thank you right yeah so okay let's talk tell us tell me about your your passion for music what got you started and how did that start to where you are now yeah so I've always had a passion for music a month my mom with my parents really but my moms told me that at a young age I Kinda was just gravitate towards towards music mainly instruments especially my grandfather's piano to young age but as I got older Always had this curiosity as instruments if I didn't know how to play I wanted to pick it up and try and just kind of fascinated me and seventh grade I ended up going over to a friend's how's he had a electric guitar was plugged I picked it up kind of picked around on a little bit had no idea what I was doing but I remember going home and tell them my mom I wanNa Guitar so seventh grade around that time I think that I ended up getting a guitar for Christmas and but it wasn't until about my my senior year in high school it started out as poetry for a girlfriend at the time and but I I did notice that rhyming on paper was pretty easy for me and storytelling while ramming it really was it was pretty easy to meals front so I kind of put the two together I started playing a lot of songs discovers country song that new and I loved it and had a blast and then eventually I decided to put the two together so that's where the one of my passion for songwriting music kind of came was somewhere between my senior year in high school in my Freshman Year of College but it was funny because I didn't really think anything of it I I was an athlete my whole life played baseball all the way through college without that's what I was supposed to do with my life but it turned into a situation where I had this this this vision and this passion and just this is when I tell people that story I tell him that there was a C- Planet in sodomy but best seven years ago God just gave me this vision this dream that music was what I was going to do and I believed in it one hundred percent never once questioned it and so I started to kind of trial experiment with it in put some stuff out on the Internet some some of my own stuff as well as recordings on apps like fine soundcloud and I started going viral on it and it was at that point where I realized that my passion for music could actually become something I could pursue so it's pretty wild man it didn't end up being than I had originally thought I was going to end up pursuing until I kinda took a leap and let the world give me some feedback in for some reason people like what they heard uh-huh men that's awesome yeah which I think the next part which talked about is that you we're on American idol for a little bit I was yeah I was about that yeah yeah so the funny thing was I was on American idol but also wasn't on American idol so there was a competition that idol was doing and it was a competition through instagram and you would submit using a hat tag and you do basically cover song that was nominated for C. May Award and then once you submit it three finalists with you picked and then they would record downtown in Nashville at Luke brands bar and then they would air that during the awards and then the whole country is watching vote and so I was finalist for that Alex Perry still remember getting phone call I was actually in the parking structure outside of the gym that we both go to and I'd got had received that phone call that I was finalised pretty pumped but they just experienced all together it was unbelievable I mean I got treated like royalty from the minute is stepped on set to the actual airing during seem awards but I ended up as a finalists they they flew me out to New York to be on Good Morning America after the season his air and the winner was going to be announced on Good Morning America but the unfortunate thing was the weather was pretty a pretty bad is the first official Snow Day in New York and it was my first time in New York that I could remember since I'd been real little and it snowed a lot a lot in one of US didn't actually make it in on the flight so they ended up to Steph skyping in the winter and I wasn't a winner unfortunately but I was okay with that the experience was unbelievable what lit a fire in me and made me realize this I really can do and the overwhelming feedback from both friends of people I didn't know through all my social networks were just I mean it was so cool to see myself on such a big stage and so I did not I didn't technically win the win got to be we were basically competing for the last golden ticket to Hollywood so we would go pass the live around and go straight to Hollywood and a friend of Mine Megan ended up winning she's very talented and I was really happy for her but just overall if I experience that's awesome dude I remember when you were telling me about it I was so pumped for you no matter what happened because that's a big Showing how many how many people can say they they know somebody that participated with American idol. I think that's a pretty cool thing but I want I mean those things are are cool but what I really like about you cameron is your your passion and connection with other people and you're not just doing this selfishly because you want to be the next big thing you actually and I wrote this down in my notes you WanNa have an impact on people's lives so do and and that's great dude like I want you to succeed because I know the world via better place if you succeed in people hear your music man I'm his Latvian but yeah that's that's my ultimate goal in mind You know I I definitely want to help people I just think life is incredible gift and everything that that it kind of encompasses and I know that for me I've listened to songs well I mean I tell people this all the time but the one thing we do take for granted is music because you could be having the best day in the world or you could be the worst day ever whatever that might be music is always there there's always a song out there that is going to resonate with you exactly how you're feeling and there's something bad it when that song can hit that perfect note or that crook core strength Pun intended as the the mood or whatever you're going through there's something special about that and ever since I really realized how special music is I just want people to to be able to feel something and I want to be able to have a change people and and you know maybe rap a song that celebrates something they went through maybe song makes them remember especial feeling or experience that they felt wages being able to be in those shoes is just a man it's something that that baseball could never do for me so yeah I'm not I have pursuing L. People for.

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"cameron" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

Hermit_Radio

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"cameron" Discussed on Hermit_Radio

"The security and this and that and I can feel them staring thanks for tuning in radio I'm your host Cameron for the next ten minutes I want you to sit back relax and go to your happy place because then time I wanNA talk about patience and compassion they both worked together can't have one without the other before you can have patience you need to have compassion before you can have compassion for or anybody else you have to have compassion for yourself and that's true genuine understanding and love for yourself starting at the root cause of everything is yourself why you get upset why are you depressed wire Isao really looking inside yourself to figure out what that is Compassion for other people comes after you have compassion for yourself compassion for other people is putting yourself in the other person's shoes looking at things from their perspective in genuinely listening to them maybe that person caused you pain and suffering because they're having their own pain and suffering and if you can understand that then you can under Dan how everybody has pain in everybody has suffering to some level or degree and then maybe it's not necessarily your fault you're just taking it personally and that that person's just upset because of something that's going on in their life when you can do that then you're practicing patience you're giving the person a break just saying you know what I know you're not mad at me yeah no whatever's going on is not my fault so I'm GonNa Listen To you and I'm going to be genuine and I'm going to hear you out and see your side of things even if I'm right even if it's I'm right you're wrong you're gonNA listen in you're going to hear the other person out be does that's that's show that compassionate you're showing for the other person they will see that in you when you're being honest you're being genuine to the person they'll see that and they'll appreciate it and then whatever you were arguing about or fighting about ill go away may take time it may not take may not happen the first try of the first time but eventually if you can both agree to be genuine to each other you can see past you can move past and then moving even on a larger scale your day to day interactions with other people can change being judged in judgment free of everybody else in having compassion for every single person like you would have compassion for yourself that is a really good place and it's not gonNA happen overnight and it's definitely not going to happen just by me talking about it and every day I try to become a little bit better I try to become a little bit more patient and a little bit more compassionate to myself and everyone else and that's not for everybody I get it it's the only way that I know how for myself to be a piece one of the biggest things that I struggled with before I found my own my own way was my everyday interactions with people I could get angry for anything and be negative about just everything for no reason and immediately afterwards I would think man so that meant raising my voice or not being nice that meant sacrificing my in peace and I realized I didn't have to do that anymore everyone.

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"cameron" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio

Amazing Business Radio

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"cameron" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio

"Cameron Mitchell of the Cameron Mitchell restaurant group our camera hammer Mitchell restaurants lots of restaurant sixty of them and a great story so the culture people I there were five questions that you it very very young age when you first started doing business this is what defined your culture. Let's talk about those for future well so we're getting all over the the five the five questions which we are five pillars of our our company called her and and then we've eight core values and that number one core values we talked about as the associate comes first and then we have <hes> The milkshake story yeses answer what's the question which we'll get to at the end of the show here but anyways we talked with the five cultural pillars. Ain't there five questions that <hes> now do you have to be able to answer <hes> in a Business Baskerville to answer authority and conviction fiction so <hes> I think they comply really almost any any business quite frankly and and I'm taking through them one by one so the first question <hes> simply is <hes>. What are we WANNA be? I think any organization <hes> what you WanNa be when you grow up and we want to be an extraordinary restaurant companies very simple <hes> by definitions the opposite of ordinary and all these sensors are very simple and easy <hes> to put forward and then <hes> the second one. Is You know how do we define ourselves and we define ourselves as a great people delivering genuine hospitality and again easy to understand great people. We all know great people in our life delivering means someone's receiving something <hes> genuine from the heart and hospitality treating guests like we treat guests earn up people on earn home so that's how we define ourselves for great people delivery Jane Hospitality. The third question is what is our mission. You know I think any organization has to have a mission. <hes> and ours is very simple <hes> and it's a tribal both cultural and fiscal fiscal responsibility but what does that really mean that means. It's a fifty one forty nine relationship. I WANNA be restaurant company. That's around fifty sixty seventy eight hundred years long after I'm going to big restaurant in the sky and the way to do that is by being values driven organization sore number one goal is always to maintain our culture and values in job number one a right behind is to make a profit mega damn good profit we benchmark ourselves against all the publicly-held restaurant companies every quarter and <hes> we're essentially the top <hes> usually in the upper ten percent time but certainly in the upper court tile profitability of all publicly-held restaurant companies so <hes> and it says very but we'll never sacrifice whenever <hes> sacrifice our culture and values for an extra buck so fuck. On the fourth question or <hes> pillar is we have five thousand associates nearly five thousand associates in the company today and <hes> <hes> we all different job descriptions etcetera but <hes> we all have the same real all five thousand Dennis Tomake raving fans of the five groups of people we do business with which first and foremost is your fellow associate your guests you're purveyors or partners in our community and we believe that you had to belong to one of those five constituencies to have any interaction with cameras restaurants. If we make raving fans out of all groups of people will make raving fans anyway we come in contact with with our company so so how is that a question it's it's <hes> is what is your role. But what is your roller yeah. What is your role so we've so we've we've talked about? You know to summarize quick. We've got <hes> you know. What are we WANNA? Be You know. How do we define ourselves? What is our mission? What is your role and then finally the fifth question is what is our goal so any business we have goals? We have daily weekly or monthly yearly goals. They come they go <hes> and there's one goal is stays the same twenty four seven three sixty five and then it'd be better today than we were yesterday and better tomorrow today and that does two things for company one in order to be better at something today than you were yesterday and better something tomorrow and your today you have to improve you have to work at you have to get better you have to change you have to grow so it creates a culture of change when organization and then we don't really except the status quo status quote to me is beginning to death now so we always wanted to be better today. We're yesterday and better tomorrow today and then number two that has earned turns policy. You know I talk with people all the time and we could talk for hours about how successful carems restaurants is a little bit successful. Ought successful doesn't really matter we all agree with a simple statement that camera restaurants is somewhat of a successful restaurant company so by virtue of that alone. If we're better today that we were yesterday and Better Tomorrow Day by virtually tomorrow will be more of a successful Asshole Restaurant Company that we are today so that keeps us on that upward trajectory so those are those five questions and I they become the screen by which we do everything I've I've asked the questions thousands of times. What does it have to great people living J.? Touting what does that have to making raving fans of the five groups people do business with etc and so I if you find yourself doing things aren't in line with those five questions as five pillars of our culture than we know we're heading down the wrong track so becomes a screen gene by which we measure ourselves in major activity activities by and you wrote these questions out when you were just starting your first restaurant <hes> how I realize you work for restaurant company or that had God damn. I don't really know shop be honest with the I've just <hes> so fortunate I did because it's it's. It's defines us. It's it's <hes> a company called. Turn values is <hes> helped <hes> is this. I think the the number one reason we're successful as we today so <hes> but yeah I've been very lucky we you know great core values on top of that and and then we have you know finally yeses the answer what's the question and and that has been with since day one we had added a milkshake story to that about nine years later which we get into but <hes> <hes> we talked about. Yes is the answer the question it doesn't mean yes you can carry gun to work <hes> yes you can sexually harass. You're workmates the the answer. Those are no no no you cannot do that so it's yes as the answer was. The question is an attitude. If there's a way we can do it. We will and it's it's. It's a whole different mindset. People generally speaking. I want to say they know it just naturally roles if they have to. Yes requires action requires you to do something so why we're getting into this because yes doesn't mean you say yes to somebody for any requested. They have right but it is you know what can I do that would give them that would make them happy because maybe can't and and we're going to I don't want you to talk about the chocolate milk shake because that's your like defining symbol and I love chocolate milk shake John Save that that for the final segment of the show but this whole concept of yes is the answer does not mean use a simply can agree to everything because you so give me an example of a time that you absolutely had we didn't say no. I know you could have said no because to most it would seem like what we can't say yes. But what could you do in that situation. Give me an example well a simple <hes> one of my favorites actually write about the book guys in town a father with his son at the hospital Kimia Children's hospital and his son once or chicken and so he gets on the web this before delivery days and all that stuff and <hes> and finds out <hes> Best Chinese food and Columbus and molly was pops up our restaurants recalls molly was up and says you know <hes> tells it hosts that I've got a request but I'm a children's hospital. My son treat me really chicken <hes> but I can't come pick it up. Is there any way you can deliver it to me so this is just a minute comes backbone yep. We'll take care of that for you. During she's like Sir we're coming down sure you know what remember unit Cetera well. <hes> turns out you know the sous-chef <hes> these work <hes> make sure chicken and a couple of their brings it down to them and <hes> comes up to the Rim told me this is how much nothing you know saying it's are happy to it. We wish you and your son in the best to things you know is molly was north west side of town about twenty five miles away twenty miles away number one a number two. We don't have orange chicken on a mini <hes>. We're going to take care of this guy or you know <hes> another quick story at a gun Michael Hoenig <hes> in for lunch at Denver and your Zabala Honing Saviola Block in the service. I'm sorry we're out and and kind of another one. He makes another selection about five minutes. Later server comes back with bottle of Honing Saviola Block and he says well you must have found in a bag. He says no a new is really important for you and I and I wanna take care of you. saw across St Col Campbell girl across the street they had bought a ball from them. Well server had no idea that was Michael Hoenig who makes honing wines and has no idea he's a good friend of mine and <hes> it's just a perfect example of it'd been very easy say yep now. We're out. Sorry canals can get you and I have hundreds and hundreds of stories like that over the years thousand private. I don't even know you know and it Kinda. Is I love it because it forces people to be creative in one of my books. I talk about the old concept. It's it's not mine. It's one to say yes to say no where management or leadership empowers people just say yes. You don't think you can say as or come up with the solution. That's GonNa make the customer happy then you can come in coat. Ask Permission of a manager sure you know and and say what can I do but by doing that you create this culture of an empowered organization one of learning because it's really great when somebody sits down at a team meeting says well I was able to take care of customer had something that never for happened before and this is how he did it and it just teaches everybody how to say yes or how to get to the customer being happy and it's like there's a line in the sand. You WanNA teach people to get you don't necessarily WanNa crossover because because maybe there's reasons you can't but if you can get people to go as far as they possibly can and this is what we're talking about getting creative so mob lumber thoroughly agree. It's not just yes for the customers Yes for your fellow associates yesterday. Our community is just too. You know purveyors. I mean it's it's <hes> everything that we you know Yes to our partner. So we said pervasive attitude across the entire spectrum nothing limit art. We're GONNA take a short break. We come back. We're GONNA hear all about the chocolate milk shake and. This is something you're not gonNA WANNA miss. You're listening.

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