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Washington DC Restaurant owner gets help after giving free meals to the homeless
"Of a Pakistani restaurant in Washington, D. C. Is receiving some much needed help after he provided it to those without anything to eat. CBS is Nicole Killian has his story. The subpoena. Hello, Grill. Owner Causey Manana has always served more than just food giving is a joy. I make everything fresh. That was evident when we first met Causey back in February. 2019 this arrest me from of love. When he offered meals to the homeless, free of charge, we will honor you respect you the same way way, honor and respect, you know, paying guest. But in the midst of the pandemic, the tables have turned. We have a huge lots in the revenue. When did it hit you? That you could no longer serve meals to the homeless are early July. Did you feel it Just hurt like you know, it's in you that you wanted to give, but you your pockets that empty and so the man who never asked for a penny to help others set up a go fund me page, the world responded. People from Bangladesh. London Heady we raised over $250,000. Which will give me a question to last through this pandemic. On start offering a free meal that is going to give me the joy that I was talking about once again, filling a need in a a season season of of giving giving the the cold cold Killian Killian CBS CBS NEWS NEWS Washington Washington
"causey" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"And that point is like you're still you still want to do this, you know, and it's like in the music what I've noticed in the music industry is like none of it is instant gratification off. Like is all about doing the work until you get to that point of where you get noticed that you have to keep doing the work to keep the notice to keep the attention and you have to keep doing the work so they can be like, oh look at the work he's done and look at the work. They've done that means like they've been added if you just pop up out of nowhere. They're going to be like, I don't know who this person is. I don't know where their work is. I don't know what they stand on faith. I haven't seen anything but like with us it's like now you keep going away keep chipping at it. Then people are going to start taking notice to it and the people going to start falling into it. And then the things like the shows are going to come like the acne feeding off the Red Bull show and like the festival shows and like they may be smart here now, but those add up those means something so like we keep going ahead and shipping we're we're doing it and like I'm a person that really look at things for what they are. So like I'll tell them like, who are you and they'll be like, huh? Everybody. Who are you going to be like, my name is Shawn or my name is my name is Roland is dead. No, but like who are you and what do you do? Anyway, I'm an artist. I'm a rapper. I'm not exactly what do you do every day I go to the studio and I rap I like exactly hear a rap or like you do this and they'll be like, okay and then they'll page moments where they'll be like on a show and I'm like, yeah you just opened up for so and so you just opened up for so and so and if you like, yes, like.
"causey" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"Favorite flowers and it's sunflowers and roses and we sunflowers sunflowers always grow towards the Sun and they always move with the Sun. So if everybody says when you look at the sign you're getting energy and you're getting light and you're getting food choices, so with me, I've always tell people like I go outside and just sit and stare and like just feel the Sun hitting me and it's like, all right, cool. I got my energy for the day. So like I put the two together and I was just like I keep growing there's a little sunflower. I was going to be my mascot and I had one of my friends in Vegas she Drew up the emblem and she just put like a my little face in it. And then that was it and then I went ahead. These stickers first and was like, Hey, I want to see if you guys mess with it. You know, there's a little Mantra I say and people started taking it really know. We love it. We the sunflower. We love the whole brand. It's you and then I'm taking it. It's kind of like making it it's like an overall brand but it's kind of like small HomeGoods, you know, like I don't want everybody just be like all these started on a t-shirt. He started on a hoodie and he's so long as I know. wouldn't knickknacks that people want to hold on and buy and like really cherish. So like I started with stickers first cuz they're little and people can put them everywhere and everybody can see them and then key chains and then I got coffee month and I want to do like little pillows little home good things and then I'll come with hoodies and t-shirts cuz everybody knows I love hoodies. Love the story behind all that. Yeah, man, I should be I just have to send us a link. I want to key chain actually now, they're so down, but he's all right. I'll get the coffee 1 a.m. So so I'm curious you and we'll talk a little bit about this. But.
"causey" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"Really cool story. Very cool. Now first of all that wage resting that Nike ended up in your DM's and usually it's the other way around right? Yeah, usually and the other question I had guess the first question about that long you think that the creativity was greater perhaps because you were on such a short time frame. Yeah, and it's also I prepare for that moment cuz I was a kid in high school and middle school on Nike id juice making shoes and never buying them. Like I just always knew how to like always knew the type of shoes. I wanted to make and when they told me I could pick the color scheme it wage. Based off of I was just like all right bit cuz the logo for two of those on the cloud is sky blue and white and it's a two and like a it's like a two in like little ales and so am I took it and basically just flipped it inverted it. Like I made the shoe that you saw got made and produced which is the all upper powder blue with the white bottom and then I flipped it and made it all white upper wage Order Blue bottom, but I'm glad I went with the original because in the drop there is a couple of other people and they did the same design with the same kind of Cloudy aspect but their execution was as great as mine. So the way Minds worked out was just like not the sky blue. It was like you're sitting on a pair of clowns like you're walking on it and the advertisement for it was all done by black women like they helped me bring it to life. So like my friend Erica, she did all the advertisement for it made look like retro Nike style cuz that's what I wanted to do retro Nike advertisements cuz like wage And working for Nike they told us all their key points on selling and it's about brand identity and is about having a story to connect your customer to the shoe product and then it's about really selling a product. So.
"causey" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"So Nike hit me and they were just like we want to know if you're interested which of course I was cuz I used to work for Nike in college and that's what I wanted to do birth. and it started probably in like maybe early August or a month before and they were just like they hit me in my DMs because I was working for Enterprise at the time and when I did the page, uh, when I did the application I didn't think about it. They just basically were like who inspires you in a hundred fifty words and I sent it off and then a month later they DMV and was just like your design is due on Wednesday and it was on life. I was sent me sitting in a rental car at Enterprise and I was just like oh snap so I would check my email and then they gave me this long list and they were just like here are the five models that you get to choose from you need to design it and needs to be delivered by Monday and I mean by Wednesday and so I just sat in a rental car and like I designed to shoot in 15 minutes and send it off. And so basically I kept thinking that it was like a fluke if you will because I was just like, oh man, and this is what's going on like then maybe it's like rounds maybe somebody's going to tell me. Okay, maybe not this time, but like When they started sending me paperwork and was like these things need to get changed. We can't use liability. We can't use her likeness or her name, you know, like her logo. That's when it started getting real for me cuz they were like We need her to sign off on this when you you to sign off on this like we need a tiny to look at it. And I was like, okay, but you might be getting somewhere and then I was out at a performer with black sun and they sent me an email and they're like congratulations..
"causey" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"So I'll take it. That's awesome. Bring up that photo since you just mentioned it. Tell us a little about that. Oh, yes. So in November of 2019, I designed sneakers for Nike basically Air Max 95s. You can see in that photograph. But I did it through a program called we are cultivator. They reached out to me through Instagram and it was a overall theme about inspiration and it asked us if you could design a shoe for somebody who inspires you who would it be and I picked one of my friends who also is one of my co-workers in this industry. I guess you could say God she is her name is Alicia Davis and she is an artist manager. She is an entrepreneur. She is an event planner event coordinator. She does everything in the city that you can think it has to do with music or social change or like really pushing entertainment and local Artistry. She has her finger and she's been doing it. She has a music blog entertainment bar called to Wales on the cloud. That's what the sneaker is based off of. So Nike hit me and they were just like we want to know if you're interested which of course I was cuz I used to work for Nike in college and that's what I wanted to do birth..
"causey" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"Yeah, that failure thing is like is going to happen. But you're going to learn through the process of failure. Like I remember when I first started managing him like we did a show New Year's Eve and it was terrible. It was it was like this dope dope venue, but like just the logistics of it was terrible and like it just fell through and like he was so upset so distraught and he was just like we can't put our name on these type of things and they follow through like that and it was just like you're right like that was an idea. I thought it was going to be great and it wasn't and so like we gotta go back to the drawing board and we went back and took and our mistakes from it and what it was and like when we were able to build on it and it's just like, yeah, you don't take those elves. You won't get to the W if you don't take those hard lessons, you won't be able to give a great presentation home..
For the Sake of His Name (Ezekiel 20:9)
"Ezekiel Chapter Twenty Verse Nine. God says, but I acted for the sake of my name. that it should not be per famed in the side of the nations among whom they lived. In who site I made myself known to them and bringing them out of the land of Egypt. Slimming read the first part of that verse again, and just answer this question as you hear it. Why is God doing what he's doing among his people? Why is God disciplining them judging them. And why is God even in the midst of his discipline judgment promising to restore them Why is he doing it Verse Nine Ezekiel Chapter Twenty. But I acted for the sake of my name. Same language in verse fourteen, I acted for the sake of mine name that it should not be profane in the side of the nations and who side brought them out. You get down verse twenty two in the same chapter I withheld my hand and acted for the sake of my name that it should not be profane in the side of the nations in whose side I had brought them out. Why is God doing what he is doing? Why has done what he has done? Why will do what he will do for the sake of his name? Oh listen closely like. This truth. Is. Fundamental in scripture and essential for understand the Christian. Life. Why has God done? What he is done? Why is God doing what he is doing? Not, just an Ezekiel but today, why will do what he will do in the future? Here's why for the sake of his name that's direct from his mouth God does all that he does ultimately for the sake of his own name. For the sake of his glory specifically among the nations. This is what we see from cover to cover in the Bible God is zealous for his name to be exalted among all the nations. In case, you're wondering what is that? Is that really true like just looked at the end of the Bible where the sovereign God of the universe has orchestrated all things to culminate in what? Every nation tribe tongue and people gathered around his throne seeing praises to his name. That's the whole point. That's the whole point of history, and that is the whole point of each one of our lives. We. Live. For the glory of God's name. That's that's what should drive us from the moment. We awake to consciousness in the morning and all throughout the day to the moment we fall asleep at night, and even that we're praying that God would be glorified as re, sleep? I we exist for the glory of God's name this show, Dr. every thing we do in our lives and our marriages and our families like how do I love my wife further glory of God's name Love My kids for the glory of God's name. How do I carry out my work whatever you do your job? How do you do it for the glory of God's name Sweat I Corinthians ten, thirty one says whatever you do whether you eat or drink like. Whatever you have for breakfast eat breakfast for the glory of God, do it all for the glory of God and so we pray God us our lives. Today we pray to glorify your name utilize every day to glorify your name, spend our lives for your namesake not for Our Name. God forgives for our pride. Forgive me for my pride. Forgive us for. Every desire to promote our own name for own name to be seen in this way or that way God rid all desire for the promotion of our names from us God help us to live for the rotation of your name alone glorify yourself and all that we do today we pray to point people to you. Tell people about you to reflect you with their lives helpless to run from sin for Your glory helps to love other people as ourselves for your. Glory helpless to do everything. We do today for your glory among the nations among all the peoples gotta replay for that hollowing of your name among all the nations show your great glory among the Khasi People in. India got almost a million of them. Many of them who are leaders and mosques leaders in the Muslim community God, We pray for the Causey people show your salvation through the name of Jesus among the causes people of India. We pray among every people group in the world throughout the world to the ends of the Earth among all the nations tribes, tugs, people got the name of Jesus to be known and enjoyed and exalted we pray. For the sake of your name we live today for the sake of your name we pray all these things for the sake of everything we do for the sake of your name and everything we do. We pray this in Jesus name. Amen.
You have to outwork everybody else.
"I'm curly's Aken I'm Danielle Weisberg welcome skin from the couch this podcast where we go deep on career advice from women who have lived check from the good stuff like hiring and growing team to the rough stuff like negotiating your salary and giving or getting hard feedback. We started the skin from a couch, so what better place to talk it all out than it began on a couch. Hey, everyone, the show might look and sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches, the scam is working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today joined by a powerhouse of the music industry, Julie Greenwald she is the CEO and chairman of Atlantic records during her time in the business. She's helped. Advance the careers of Bruno Mars. Kelly Clarkson at Sharon. Just to name a few chewy were really excited to have you with us today. Welcome to skin from the couch. They you for having me so truly. We're GONNA. Jump in, ask you to skim your resume for us. I went to two lane university go graduated in nineteen ninety wine, and then I did a program called teach for America where I taught in the calliope projects, and then I started working at Rush Management With Lear Coin Your Cohen's assistant from ninety two to ninety. Re Unwind Ninety. Three moved over to detmer hurts and became the promotions coordinator, and then from ninety three to ninety nine worked my way up industrial records, and then ninety nine took over island records and became the head of marketing for island addict. Jam. Then I'm not quite sure when I became president with now it's not to get causey with my dates, but I do know in two thousand four I. I came over to Atlantic records online I've been at Atlantic records since two thousand four Julie with something that is not on your kind of official bio that we should know about you I. Don't think I officially. put down. That I am a mom with two kids by that is probably my most favorite part of my life is that I am a twenty year old and a sixteen year old. That's great I want to kind of just start with the elephant in the room that we're all dealing with which is how to run companies amid stay global pandemic, the music industry is interesting, because in some ways you know, it seems like you have a lot of talented people who are at home, and a moment of reflection in some sorts and I'm sure they'll be a lot of good hopefully music to come out with it. But how are you thinking about this time? So for the artists that have been able to continue to give us, music is been business as usual in terms of. Thinking of Creative Marketing and promotional. For these artists rollout there songs, obviously facing different challenges, which is. Creation of music video photo shoots. We've sent artist green screens. We've sent them ring lights, and so been really just trying to keep everybody focused on the fact that the world is listening to music right now to help through such a terrible time, and so many artists are giving great music to continue out there. They're a bunch of artists that still need to get into a studio. Need a collaboration and those artists. Were just trying to be really good partners and friends to down and tell them that you know. Hey, it's okay. Take this time, maybe just right in a notebook and try to just be you know thoughtful, and in good partners to our artists that are staring at the fact that they may not be able to tour. You know for the. Future and so we're just trying to make sure that they see the light to buy you know. Streaming has really offered us a way to share their art and music and doing these live streams social. That, they can stay connected to their hands. I think we've been incredibly lucky. In terms of all the businesses that are really been affected were continuing to. Market and promote during this time. And as a leader, how have you been trying to set your team up remotely and keep them focused at a time when there's so much uncertainty? So, I personally jumped writing at first and I do weekly email. It's very personal. Email to my whole company every Sunday night to talk about okay. We're about to start in next week. Know Week two week three and I share my stories and I let them know that. Now I'm in a house with two crazy kids and husband and a dog just diagnosed. Diagnosed with cancer and Chemo and and so you know I let them know that I to going through you know challenging situations, and then also set up a time for every department where I call it either morning tea, or after key, where every assistant coordinator manager director on up gets an opportunity to see me on the screen and talk to me in. In us. We questions so I can kind of let them know what we're talking about. Upstairs and keep sharing the fact that we don't know when we're GONNA. Come back when it's okay because we're working. How can I help you and in really like? Let them see that they can. Individually email may call me facetime with me and I'm right there in the. The canoe with them.
Effects On Coronavirus On People With Disabilities
"The crown of lockdown police say the whole word the coronavirus lockdown and the virus itself present special challenges for people with various kinds of disabilities it may also present some new opportunities such as greater acceptance of working or studying from home but depending on the kind of disability someone has shopping transportation unemployment the ability to get needed healthcare workers to come into your home lots of different things require navigating corona world in new ways with us now to talk about his work and to take calls with your experiences from anyone with any kind of disability is Victor Crowley C. commissioner of the New York City mayor's office for people with disabilities commissioner of police you thanks so much for coming on today welcome to WNYC thank you Brian it's a pleasure to be here would you like to introduce yourself to our listeners a little bit first before we get into people's lives and the issues because I see you've described yourself as a person with a self disclosed disability so would you say how you describe that and then basically what your mission is as commissioner of the people with disabilities office sure I am a person with a disability I am in a wheelchair I was injured in a mountain bicycle accident when I was twenty two years old and it absolutely turn my life around I was a plumber before I was injured and trying to navigate that world and trying to figure out what's next in my life going back to school realizing that education was the key to moving forward to employment was it was important to me and I accepted the disabled world the first through adaptive sports of competing in the Paralympic Games in nineteen ninety eight in Nagano Japan and then eventually working my way through nonprofit organizations and and landing a job with the parts department and eventually is the commissioner of the mayor's office with people with disabilities yeah in twenty twelve so what is our office do you our office is around to ensure that everything the city has to offer is equal to people with disabilities so for looking after our streetscape to ensure that it's acceptable for people disabilities we're looking at our parks department our cultural institutions to ensure that people with disabilities are represented not only in visiting the places but also adds August so we want to make sure that everything the city offers is acceptable to people with disabilities so listeners we'd like to invite anyone with any kind of disability to call in to talk to Victor Crowley C. commissioner of the mayor's office for people with disabilities especially about ways the coronavirus era is changing things for you that's the topic for this call in or anything you think public policy should address in that respect six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty help us report this story how was the corona virus you know changing things for you or someone you know with any kind of disability and what could the commissioner's office for people with disabilities stand to know about your experience that may help them have the best city government response six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty if you want to talk about yourself or someone you know will help us report the story commissioner office said you might want to talk about how people with disabilities lives are going to change after call of it including how society has changed with work from home and study from home distance learning what are you thinking about those changes in terms of challenges or maybe even opportunities absolutely challenges across the board and all of them but this this certainly presents a unique opportunity to change the way that employment education recreation and health care costs are delivered so if we talk about accommodations in the workplace and as we move forward in diving into what the future of work is going to look like we have to insure that it's acceptable and they have those accommodation for people disabilities it can be anything from a screen reader to changing a person's schedule and the list goes on and what we heard in the past is that we can't work from home because it's it's not doable but since the coronavirus come came and is with us right now everybody's working from home and understanding that it is a possibility is certainly a bright spot for people disability because we've been doing this for so long we've asked for these accommodations and have not necessarily receive that now we are concerned about the us add that second we started a program called NYC at work it's a public private partnership to ensure that we employ people with disabilities now the opportunity is that we can go online we can work but not everyone has access to some of these effective communication devices or computers or cell phones and all that because people disabilities within poverty so we really need to be able to employ people so they can get the resources they need so they can prosper in work remote education we've certainly seen this change department of education has gone from a school based model now to virtually online and a matter of a matter of days and making sure that we provide the effective equipment for people with disabilities disabilities such as iPads and then making sure that our systems are accessible making sure that the E. learning platforms are accessible to people for kids with disabilities I think that that is really important meaning that you can read TD asset they have captioning and that my wife is a physical therapist and right now she is working from home providing physical therapy to some of those kids that actually need it and what is telehealth look like and telehealth is if we hear of everything that happened during the corona virus this is changing the landscape of that but we need access to that equipment to ensure that happens as well but as recreation from whole look like other departments of parks and recreation is put together a video encouraging people to work out if you have a disability and what types of exercise programs you can have this long with the New York road runners club and Achilles track club I mean these are things that are based here in New York and we want to keep people of state active so technology can certainly drive this but being employed as an important part of it Sam in Inglewood you're on W. NYC with Victor Crowley C. from the New York City mayor's office for people with disabilities hi Sam hi thank you so I mean New Jersey I used to work for twenty five plus years in New York City so my question is kind of a a global one we fought very hard here in New Jersey to make sure that the at those are intellectually disabled on the severe and many of whom were ours are in larger facilities the so called developmental centers got tested for covert nineteen as well as all the staff it seems to me and to us looking trying to find data from other states and cities that are those who were disabled particularly particularly severe and are are sitting ducks in a lot of different ways we think the state cared in New Jersey but we still have to push it very very hard to get our folks properly taken care of so I'm just wondering what what if anything you might have to say about how we as a society protect those who were severely disabled particularly intellectually but in other ways too in the in Europe coke at nineteen I'm so glad you brought this up Sam because there's so much focus on nursing homes in particular we know what's been happening there and it's hot horrific but there are other kinds of group living situations that involve people with particular needs and that presumably would also make them vulnerable so commissioner how about that yes very it's it's a big concern and people with disabilities were concerned about this as soon as Copeland had now I've gotten calls from advocates say we to make sure that healthcare but held home health care workers and personal care attendants are essential workers we need to make sure that they're protected and that was a balance at first because we needed to make sure that the front line workers at the hospital had all the protective equipment that they needed to add once we were solid with them we were able to secure a protective equipment for people with disabilities and we were able to take them delivered them to our service providers you therefore sent into healthcare workers and people with disabilities and making sure that that happens because the reality is if health care workers come into a home and get a person with a disability second they flood the hospitals that's a problem so we want to see that so once we were able to you secure protective equipment such as masks and gloves we we've delivered over a hundred thousand of them already and we're continuing to keep a list of that but we don't do this in a bubble right we like to think we know everything but the important part is to be really kidnapped what the disabled community we hold a weekly call so I understand what the concerns are with the community and we have hundreds of people on those calls because we give them updates will will we bring in people from other agencies to talk about the issues that are happening so everyone stays informed along with our website me and make sure the website has all the content on there and it's not just about a website that has information you have to make sure that that the information is accessible to the PDF's of the video to social media all of that is a constant reminder of acceptability because people with disabilities have different needs so it's delivering equipment to the people that need it and it's also making sure that the the way that we deliver things are accessible Gardner in Manhattan you're on W. NYC with commissioner Causey hi Gardner hi there Brian great to be on the call of the you guys are doing the show the segment thanks so I have to read them grow which is the neurological disorder that leads to a lot of like motor and vocal tics as we call them the most well known stereotype is people cursing uncontrollably which actually only about ten percent of people actually do with threats and I'm just curious because you know Mike that currently is a pretty loud throat clearing sniffing which any normal time you know there's a lot of anxiety and other people so I'm not taking the subway or anything right now but I just wonder what the city can be doing to acknowledge disabilities like that they're not as identifiable in public but the keeper could do with a lot of you know hostility which I've been saying basically my whole life in a place like New York you probably need to call in to radio shows more because you haven't done it once during this call but I but but I get it commissioner if you're yeah your point is that if your tech is a lot of throat clearing and people are gonna think you have the virus and you're gonna get stigmatized everywhere you go right oh yeah oh yeah and I felt that my whole life with you know point flu it's just people being worried worried about you know being second there's there's no amount of cover my mouth if you do that you know can can quell the you know the hostility of the negative person unfortunately yeah and you raise the consciousness of people just by saying that commissioner anything to add to that briefly
Billionaire Lindberg found guilty in political bribery scheme
"Is Durham billionaire Greg Lindberg convicted today of trying to bribe North Carolina insurance commissioner net for to get rid of the regulator looking into one of Lindbergh's insurance companies secret recordings revealed that Lindbergh and other defendants promised insurance commissioner Mike Causey millions in campaign contributions to remove the regulator and the state GOP later transferred two hundred fifty thousand because he's campaign but the Republican insurance commissioner went to the feds which led to charges against Lindbergh and others including then state GOP chairman robin Hayes who has since pleaded guilty the federal jury also found the Limburger socio John gray guilty on public corruption charges while his associate John Palermo was found not guilty gray and Lindberg who has been one of north Carolina's largest political donors to both major parties face decades in prison when sentenced mark Thomas W. B. team
"causey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"We want to go back to the political way where we didn't know all of this stuff if we don't we don't know it, then it's what is now. Anyone who's truly suffering from it. We can go back to calling them nuts crazy because there, I know proof. Even the people who are suffering from it have known for generation. We used to hear statistics like we've caught more bad guys. So here's the number of bad guys and what we're finding out now is we who's the bad guy, and then we're looking at who the bad guys. And oh no, we didn't we guys were giving us these numbers all along. Yeah. We wait the guy with the one. Join in his pocket is the bad guy that you've been talking about that. You, you added that number into the work leaning up your streets thing. Oh shit. Yeah. Yeah. So, I think people just want it to go back to whoever was suffering suffering silently, and we just didn't know about it. What do you do when you have a country that half the people, the matter, whose side you're on? You would agree is so simple. What, what can you do? You know, I saw the black mirror episode where the puppet was running for office. Okay. No, no. I agree. But most of his points. So maybe the movie was for me. I see a lot of articles written about Alexandra Causey Cortez, specifically talking about the detention centers, mortar and referring to them as concentration camps in long articles saying, no concentration, camps, or for six million Jews concentration camps use that word for blah, blah, blah, you look into these detention centers. Yeah. She used the word lightly and that you can look up the meaning of concentration camp. And you could see that it does fit a place where large numbers of people, especially political prisoners, or members of persecuted minority are deliberately imprisoned relatively small area within that equipped facilities. This is the definition. Why, why do you take the time to quickly jump and shut that down? And so taking a look at what's happening to these seven year olds that are taking care of babies because they were separated from their families that these these, these moms have milk stains from breastfeeding all over the shirts. They have to keep where the it's because it's harder because this work. Yeah. It's the same instinct that makes people. Say things like well, this isn't this isn't the real America, this isn't what America is to, which I'm like. Oh, word this has been America's since it started. This is how America star. This is where America comes from. These are our roots. Here we go the tree is here's the fruit now like this is what this is. What's happening? So, yeah. So people just want to get back into that, hold. You just want to put their head back into that sand..
"causey" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Yeah. Yeah. You never know. How you feel wait? Yeah. I know I want to get back to sex at you. And I had because I question was I good. Yes. I was. Yeah. I remember we had sex on the you wanted to incorporate the foam roller you wanted to lay on a phone, which I thought was. I have. Learn I was wondering I always thought it would be fun to fuck on it. And then I was just feeling experimental with you feel very comfortable with you. Anyway, you're just you're you you you're very comforting to get around your house like oh, kind of want to can you? Fuck me on this foam roller and the here like all my knees hurt, but my we're hurting too. I want to say anything. Back to should've told me I had to leave on me. Okay. So we can what was the position that you. Both your knees were hurting. Well, so 'cause she was behind me behind me on her floor was up in the air. Where was the foam roll like on my side, right at the top of my thighs because I had this idea because I'm going out my top of my thighs nice asked. So it was nice. But I, but I I was I was a little preoccupied with an e pain. Meaning to be on us. Not feel good. No, why had a yoga mat down there. But I have like a tile floor on your bed, and that was on your knees at this age over thirty. Yeah. Like, I'm constantly stretching my legs here because cramping up having sex on a foam roll we've We've done done the the phone phone for for me. maybe like a minute. We're going to get now. Go back to swing. He full. Yeah. It was painful. But no, I thought it was great. Okay. I didn't regret anything about it. I just wish I was more present. But that's I'm so glad that you put the puzzle pieces together. 'cause I mean, then life is only gonna get better. Yeah. Much better. I just feel like I mean, our, you know, I guess we're all always works in progress. But absolutely having a child I was just feels like I was like I gotta just fucking figure out as much as I can about myself. Yeah. And I feel like you did a real one eighty damn try. I'm trying didn't know any of this stuff when I did. Thank right. Also on history. Hyenas my podcast checkout. I don't say it's like there's almost like a type of character. I have to be to balance out Janas. So it's like kind of me. But it's also it's like, hyper. So I would never go my fans who listen to our podcast. They don't wanna hear this like what talk about being wild and fucking say smooth cuties. Should be like Causey and act like an idiot. Yeah. So sometimes my comedy on there is like I have to be like, I'm dumb. But right now, you're saying. Nothing on the smartest guy. But it's just like, I I can't do this on my podcast. So I would I known this stuff about myself..
"causey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Demands his winnings to be paid in giant check. That happens all the time. You've only won one dollar. That's headline. Number one headline number two white couple who identify as black swear their children will be born black. There's there's other some good. He. There. Why not how that works? Maybe the wife is like no, Honey, I'm telling you they're going to be worn black. I'm telling this is a great setup for a. I'm just saying explanation for headline number three Causey. Oh cortes. On millennials. We're like vote world. And this is like our World War Two because the world because I want to quote her. We're like the world is gonna end in twelve years if we don't address climate change. Oh my gosh. Joanna. You can't really pick that one because there's really not these. She has no fax. Well. We all share the same World War Two. Like, I wasn't born in World War Two but World War Two is still were aboard to know. We're going to reset the numbers. She have to start World War One more World War three. You know, this is her World War Two. Okay. This is our World War Two. Okay. And and was going to end what we like what we the world like is going to end in twelve years in twelve.
"causey" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Just click play on whatever device you happen to be on. Actually was has report on what the president's going to say today and for those who don't know we do the show on Saturday between noon and three eastern time nine AM in noon Pacific time. And it's it's important to tell you that because there's news that happens after I do the show. You know, why didn't you talk about that? He sucks you might suck. Anyway. But whatever, but I don't not do the news because I saw it and just decided not sock about some things happen after the show gets done. So when like the moment to show gets done today. The president is going to make what he calls a major announcement on the border on the shutdown and so on. So we'll see what that's all about. I have not heard about Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer needing to re to rebut would he has to say or somehow respond to what he has to say. It's going to be very interesting to watch. Alexandria causey. Cortes is not smart. Just gonna put it out there. That's not fake news is true doesn't understand economic center stand. The unemployment rate is understand whether she wants to turn seats, redder blue. When people ask her even interesting Cooper had had the snicker when they asked her how you to pay for all this stuff you talking about she's away just pay for it. Yeah. But how how you you just pay for it? She doesn't have an answer. And she is actually quoted as saying something stupid like I may be factually incorrect, but I'm morally right, which doesn't make any sense to be honest, but I'd had enough. And there is a new faction of representatives in the house of representatives that are far leftist, socialists, they want Venezuela. They wanna make America Venezuela. They think that that somehow as good a bunch of mushy, brained, millennials, not all of you. Because a lot of millennials are smart, but mush a bunch of mushy brain millennials, actually want them to win because of the promise of free stuff, and let's all get high smoke Powell day. I couldn't not do a pags parody. And if you're new to the program, I take songs that you love and ruined them. By changing the words in singing the myself. The Monday through Friday show the Joe pags show. We actually have a news anchor. Who's my sidekick, I've got my tech guy who's aboard up and and good friend polo. He he hear him you year, my daughter who's the screener to different kind of show we've got sort of a cast of characters and I do these parodies. I try to do one every couple of weeks somehow this week I did to pags parodies. This is the first it's crazy..
"causey" Discussed on X96
"You know? It's a good thing that I like Mike because we have two of them on the line will sorry. There's. Your ride's here. Let's go to our first, Mike. Hello, mike. Mike. Mike. I was doing some work that was my fault. Mike, mike. Hey, this is Mike number one. Mike good morning. Mike. Going. Well, Mike, Mike, how do you deal with holiday stress? Early morning fishing. Really even now I'm on my way, right now, actually where are you going fishing up the Causey and not so he's not ice fishing? We're not there yet. We're just cold fishing. It is cold facing wavering, a six pack with to go. So you're gonna you're gonna drink beer and sit in the cold and fish for what do you catch it causi trout? Mostly trout and you'll be by yourself. Absolutely. That's that's the the de-stressing start. So you don't have a job. I do. I just have Thursday and Friday off. Enjoy a nice time. Thank you, Mike. I never cold fishing ice fishing yet. Regular fit, but just going up in the cold. Don't get ice Nate. Nate morning mate. Guys. Thanks for having me too..
"causey" Discussed on No Jumper
"So I'm expecting around it least three or four o'clock to get a phone call and be like, okay. Let's get in the studio. Maybe like an evening session, seven, eight o'clock. All night goes by all day all day all night. Now, we're at dinner, it's eleven thirty at night. And I'm talking everybody's dinner. Like, man. This is a bummer. I thought I was going to be able to get in the studio, and you know, I leave tomorrow the sucks my phone rings. And I answer it, and she's like, hey, it's mom. You get a studio. I'm like, no, it's eleven midnight. I know she's like all right? Well, I've got a couple of leagues on studios. They got book at a book a book midnight to four AM. And then we can go longer if we need to. But here's the names of the studio just so professional bam. Bam bet like it was one in the afternoon, and she was just booking session. I'm like, it's midnight. Like, what are you talking about? And then she's like, yeah. So then all of a sudden, I find myself in the studio she rolls in around one o'clock, and then just awake and ready to get to work and starts writing all these fire verses and going in and just knocking shit out. And I was like what the hell and we worked like five in the morning, and it was just normal. Like what this is. That's why I was such a hard time with a studio life. I wake up at about nine in the morning, and even to me that seems incredibly early because I was getting up at noon for most of my life. But then, you know, by the time people start going to the studio like nine or whatever it's like, okay. I can go for a couple of hours. But I mean the other day I called pump. At nine pm. And he was like clearly just waking up, and I'm like what the fuck is wrong with you. I was in the studio moon, bro. Yeah. It's like my. Rainsy hate yourself. Not. Why start? So they start at midnight. And they go until about eight in the morning. It's crazy. I don't get it. I mean, I get it in the sense that if you're okay with sleeping until three. Yeah. Get I'm a morning person. So I need some sunlight, yeah, I need to get up way early. So I go out. I know that is good for you. It is is if you don't go outside just a little bit. I being only awake when it's dark now. My brain is just going to be like, what are you a vampire now I but the late night. I mean, I get it. But it's just like man, I want the whole next day shot on the last the life that you live every single day. Within LS. There's like there's your there's a lot of things helping you know, I don't know. But but yeah, it's a it's a crazy. It's a crazy world. But that's what we've been doing. I've been kind of like shifting into. I don't know more like urban hip hop music. And that's what brought me like meeting Causey and caches and stuff. And and then we hooked up and started making music and sign just kinda like, I don't know it's taking on this whole new life. And I'm excited to kind of put out new records and see what people think. Mama DM me as well super hyped. No way just to say that she fucked. What I do. Honestly, man. She is like one of the absolute she's one of people. I know that. Yeah. I mean in the business like no cans down, but yes, she's just authentic like noble shit. Real like, no pretentious anything. She's just she's a real girl really cool like the female rapper revolution has kind of upon us. There's this great hunt by other labels to try to find every girl who can route she like industry kind of tried to like write her off at a certain point..
L.A. prosecutors declined to pursue sex abuse charges against CBS CEO Moonves
"Holly Kwan KCBS and East Bay animal shelter. Has taken has taken in nearly one hundred animals displaced by the car fire. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek reports from the animal rescue foundation in walnut creek these, cats and dogs were already up for adoption. At the haven humane society south of. Reading as the car fire erupted these animals were already in their shelter looking to find a family Elena bicker with the animal rescue foundation in walnut creek says overcrowding in that shelter, prompted them, to save, more than. Fifty cats and thirty dogs since Thursday we, have you know beautiful lab we have a border collie We have, some pities, the cats, are amazing. But she says they're scared Not only from owners but just from fear and running and we need to provide all the support that we can within our resources to ensure that those animals are safe and they find, their forever homes about five hundred furry. Friends were transported to Berkeley. Humane the East Bay SPCA and plaster SPCA they'll be up for, adoption once. They're medically cleared at the animal rescue foundation in walnut, creek Carrie Hodousek KCBS. In Los, Angeles have declined to pursue sexual. Abuse claims against CBS head les. Moonves CBS news correspondent Alison keys, reports the statute of limitations had expired prosecutors had been considering possible charges including at least one felony but declined to do so over. The alleged incident in one thousand nine hundred eighty, six and nineteen Eighty-eight the woman went to Los Angeles police in February and according to court papers. Disclosed at least one. Of the alleged incidents, to a friend a year Before filing a, police report Moonves said in a, statement last week he may have made some women uncomfortable but never misused his position to harm anyone's career fresh off democratic congressional primary win in New York politician and organizer Alexandria Cossio Cortez was in San, Francisco tonight for a couple of fundraisers. Twenty-eight-year-old Causey of Cortez describes. Herself as a democratic socialist she has been touring the country after, she beat ten term incumbent Joe Crowley in the primary race for New York's fourteenth congressional. District time, for an update on money watch. It's eleven twenty stocks advanced on. Hopes for dialing back of trade, tensions the Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred eight points or four tenths percent to twenty five thousand four fifteen the NASDAQ gained forty. Two points or half a percent the s. and, p. five hundred closed up thirteen, points also half a percent the Federal Reserve opened its day policy Meeting Marc Chandler of Brown brothers Harriman is. Confident there will be no interest rate hike gradual. Means it does not mean a rate hike back to back meetings since the fed began raising rates in December twenty fifteen only raiders rates depressed prescheduled Chandler is hoping the. Statement released by the fed makes mention of some recent weakness in the, housing sector the latest case Schiller report says that in may home prices in twenty big markets were up. Six and a half percent for may of last year..
"causey" Discussed on First Mondays
"Yeah and it's also you know very hard to justify as a matter of original regionalism traditionally the remedy for for these kinds of you know on the full sail novel searches was like a trespass action yeah with hefty damages hefty damages right and so yeah i think it's actually very hard to fend this as a matter of original meaning of course the response to that is will the exclusionary rule is also hard to defend as a matter of original meaning and you know i get that i really do that and but but the same agility would would cut back on the closure will too so right exactly so i don't know it's it's not great and but it's not going to change i'm convinced at this point until there's just a change in membership of the court but i do appreciate the justice sotomayor justice ginsburg are in their sort of saying you know i'm actually gonna put the work in to 'cause i know not going to change anything you know you've all voted to do this but i'm going to put the work into sort of right next nation of y you know i don't think this is a preate and at a time when justice so to me are actually writing an opinion in another case which was reading just for herself i think gordo verses jones and causey versus florida to consolidated death penalty cases you see these i did and she seemed geneticist at the end she says she says i dissent yeah and the other one says i respectfully dissent yeah she's pretty mad about actually mad here i think she has a specially mad these cases in which florida used a definitely procedure that has subsequently been declared unconstitutional where they had basically juries making advisory recommendations and then the judge would ultimately make the relevant findings right because in the under a prendi a jury has defined every fact that is necessary to subject you to hire punishment beyond a reasonable doubt and florida didn't work that way and the spring court a couple years ago said you know you can't do that and then in these cases the jury made the findings under the adviser regime but they all unanimously said the defendant should get the death penalty.
"causey" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Bigger thought it actually said guy it wasn't even as respectful at the same man yeah the gizmodo report or called me up and asked me all these questions and then she's like well did it get bigger and i'm like well funny enough i think it actually did get bigger she's like did you measure it well though and she's well how do you know just kind of looks bigger and so she takes out in the whole story is managed to make dick bigger so they have godel of journalism should've known though gizmodo is like just one step above national enquirer so you see that they're i don't spend a lot of time on those websites just don't answer the phone if you see that on your call display live and learn live and learn if gizmodo causey be careful i love you gizmodo and honestly it probably yeah probably dribble traffic to my website on sleep so think everybody wants more traffic to their website just take needles to there there's one thing that you learn anyways thanks for the review running rhino i i really appreciate it and of course appreciate all the reviews that you guys can send and you can check out everything that we talked about from the studies on meat and carnivore and drinking milk and blood to the best way to warm up and cool down videos on nerve fluffing the key on flex stuff that i talked about how to increase your body symmetry plenty more just go to ben greenfield fitness dot com slash three eighty four check it out and rock it's time to go drink some more of my calorie free coffee.
"causey" Discussed on Channel 955
"Time for like a of my mind if you like a knife ain't mine who can relate time fine if my life mine donald i just to nightclub the hottest friday night party bangers channel nine five five my momma causey on news was on our gender celebrate ninety big tonight this one's for us twenty nine club breath i didn't remember.
"causey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Financial planning community causing you to perhaps after save too much money retire later early causey some grief and retirement that you probably don't need pretty controversial get to that and a little bit also emails from sharon phil and others will try to get to if you'd like to email me by the way just go to raylucia dot com r a y l u c i a dot com then very quickly quick quick quick click on the ask ray little button there and if you email me during the course of this program i will try to get to it but i start today with a conversation actually had with my daughter this morning who runs a business and it's a it's a very tough business you're dealing with parents all the dance studio parents all the time and kids all the time and then these conventions and egos and employees and it's just really really frustrating for and she loves what she does she loves the kids at cetera et cetera but sometimes it just gets to be a little much so i called her this morning as i was driving into the studio and i relate a story to her about how hard business really is i wish by the way that our politicians that never owned a business or cut somebody a paycheck would would listen to this and other stories alike it sounds relating to her i said you know long before you were even born your older sister alana and your brother.
Travis AFB explosion: No known terror link in fiery van crash, FBI says
"News time ten forty nine mostly cloudy right now forty three degrees in boston good saturday morning teeny gal wbz news top stories now boston officials are estimating as many as forty thousand people could be taking part in today's march for our lives well the march just got started moments ago looks like from madison park technical vocational high in roxbury there protesters are now heading to boston common or the rally kicks off this afternoon at two o'clock and today's march and rally are just one of more than eight hundred vents nationwide counter protests are also planned today across the country by nra activists at pennsylvania school district is teaching students and staff different ways of defending classrooms from an armed assault which by the way includes throwing rocks at intruders in after many years of discussion and months of negotiations a criminal justice reform bill is officially introduced on beacon hill looking for love a line well don't go to craigslist looking for electron ix cars furniture a roommate craigslist can fill your knees but when it comes to finding love or companionship the website has decided to move on the classified ads site took its personal section offline in the us after the senate passed an anti sex trafficking bill that could hold the website and others responsible for illegal activity the company says the fight online sex trafficking act seeks to subject websites to criminal and civil liability craigslist left a message on its website saying to the millions of spouses partners and couples who met through craigslist we wish you every happiness todd at abc news investigators in california are trying to determine why man with no apparent ties to terrorism drove a flaming minivan full of propane tanks and gasoline cans through the main gate of a major northern california air force base this week and fbi official says a fifty one year old hafeez kazi died in a minivan after veering through the gate at travis air force base and then crashing wednesday night causey had no known links to terrorism did not believe behind a manifesto or any threats or explanation and a video found on cell phone provided little clues it was only after the fire was out that rescuers realized that mini van was loaded with propane tanks and gasoline cans an out.
"causey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"He would he would just he wouldn't have died of natural causey kill themselves everyone be writing a song and posting an instagram a picture and a tweed of him and de martin's goes comes up and grab it's okay jesus christ professional confessional brought to you by zambello pts and your bad feelings fire fire away example kreis well all i remember from her is being not attracted to her to her would you did you think that voice is supposed to be very attractive and she was hair resolve different colors she was very heavy must have been about one hundred fifteen pass she with moves i realized oh that's the voice of the of the grandma in the wheelchair from nineteen thirties movies they're not making that voice transplanted into cobra driver head of i gotta tell you though the the miss argentina or whoever the other gal was who was like the beauty queen from south america or central america whoever she was she conversely was like the best looking person i've ever seen in person right eat best looking person yeah an opera there's nothing wrong with aubrey but didn't seem like i just feel like you're going to if to rob a bank there should be something in the safe out i mean and my field now worth the risk of of a lifestyle of marriage reputation all your asset what what have you dan diana mendoza yeah now that's that's worth the risk is there more to come with aubrey o'day wanted why she.