35 Burst results for "I. Malik"
Critical Race Theory Defender Tells Parents He's Got 1,000 Soldiers 'Locked and Loaded'
"And with spokesman like this guy for critical race theory I mean what could possibly go wrong So Jim cue up for me cut 6 So this guy apparently is some activist according to what I saw online His name is Malik Austin and he loves critical racism theory That's what it is I call it critical racism training CRT He loves critical racism training Malik Austin So he went to a bunch of school by school board meeting apparently in front of a bunch of Fort Worth parents And you know with advocates like this for critical racism training you know you wonder why the Democrats got smoked I mean this guy's just terrific He says and I quote I want you to listen to this coming up He says he has over a thousand soldiers ready to go Locked and loaded Locked Locked and loaded I thought the hat tip Chris roof on Twitter by the way I thought we were the domestic terrorists What's happening to this guy The FBI investigated is there Merrick Garland memo Of course not He's probably gonna get a contributor job but MSNBC But check it out you can hear it for yourself The audio is not that great at sun gym's fault It was just taking off an iPhone Here's Malik Austin pro critical race theory proponent telling parents he's got his soldiers locked and loaded check this out We're not the board If you want to talk to me I'd be happy to talk to you Time Time Bye There you go Pro critical race theory guy Says he's got a thousand soldiers locked and
Davis has 34 points and 15 rebounds, Lakers beat Spurs
"Anthony Davis provided thirty four points and fifteen rebounds as the Lakers beat the spurs one fourteen one oh six I just want to come back and just start dominate the game now what I can to so you get the time gone Davis scored nineteen in the first quarter on eight of ten shooting and had twenty seven points by halftime Russell Westbrook finished with fourteen points eleven rebounds and seven assists Malik monk at sixteen points for the Lakers the spurs pull within one of five one or three with two forty one remaining on a three pointer by Doug McDermott but the Lakers followed with a seven oh run to take control to chante Murray had a triple double for the spurs with twenty two points ten rebounds and ten assists on the ferry
Lakers rally late in regulation, hold off Heat 120-117 in OT
"Playing without injured star lebron James the Lakers were still able to beat the heat in overtime one twenty to one seventeen coach Frank Vogel love the effort has agree firemen were on a man's you know we're learning each other I get a really good team some some would say the best in the illegal Bethany's and your guys competed Malik monk scored a Laker high twenty seven points Russell Westbrook had a twenty five point triple double and Anthony Davis netted twenty four band at a bio led Miami with twenty eight points Tyler hero came off the bench to score twenty seven mark Myers Los Angeles
Broncos beat Cowboys 30-16 as 6-game Dallas win streak ends
"The cowboys six game winning streak has ended with the thirty sixteen home loss to the Broncos teddy Bridgewater threw for a touchdown and had a sneak for another while Denver built a thirty nothing lead Bridgewater threw for two hundred forty nine yards giovane che Williams rushed for one hundred eleven yards while helping the Broncos maintained possession for over forty one minutes hello got off to a hot start and we did it would run again my flight because from was it was too good an arm everywhere I'm not going to be around we have a couple to do yours but I thought we had a lot of big plays in the run game and I really just open everything though Jonathan Cooper recorded two sacks of dak Prescott who is back after missing a game with a strained right calf Prescott tossed a pair of short TD passes to Malik Turner but they came in the final four plus minutes I'm Dave Ferrie
Browns vs Chargers: Final Injury Report Full of Concerns for Cleveland
"We're still looking at Wednesday's injury report, but for the Chargers, everybody's getting a little practice, and there's no D and ds. Anybody that's not practicing is on IR. Right. Those are the only guys that are not practicing, but knock on wood doesn't this feel weird? It feels good. It feels really weird because when you look at the Cleveland Browns, there's a slew of dudes of DNP. There's a lot. There is a lot of 15 or 17 something crazy. There's a lot of people on this list. Yeah, in years past, this would be flipped. We would be the one with the scroll of players that are not practicing and the other team had like a handful. Not this year, folks this year, we've only got one two and three, four, 5, 6. People on the list and everybody's practicing. Yeah, three of them are limited, but they only guide on their list that's like come on dude is Chris Harris. You know, like, you asked the point or else they would have put them on IR. He had to be so close to being able to play. He has to be back this week. Coach coach talked about him last during his most recent press conference and he said that, you know, he practiced in pads last week. There are really wanting these guys to get healthy and stay healthy. Right. It feels like he's probably going to play this week. He got in limited, but, you know, Justin Jackson Derwin and Chris Harris are limited. So everyone else is full. So that's pretty crazy. Yeah. And yeah, and it's crazy because the browns have an extra day rest too, 'cause they put Sunday, we play Monday. Their list is huge, man. It's crazy because a lot of these are like, they're just not practicing. Coach is just like not injury related. They're just resting. Two of the guys. Run them up. Run them off. Run them off, dog. Let's see. So we've got Odell Beckham junior. He's practicing in full davin Clowney. He's he didn't practice, which is, I mean, that's a big name. Wow. Garrett didn't practice Troy hill, Malik Jackson. There's a lot of guys on this list that starters that didn't
Fed Considers Tapering Bond Purchases as Economy Grows
"So much talk about so little time and that is not. I promise you just me trying to get to the good stuff. It actually has been a busy week. Genus malik is at the new york. Times neil richardson is at adp. Hey you too. I kinda hake so neil and let me start with you I want to discuss a little bit. chair powell and his press conference this week in which he said In literally so many words that the fed has made that substantial further progress Or is very close to it to start to reduce its bond buying program the taper He said we've more than gotten there and inflation as we've talked about many times on this program not quite yet on jobs and i guess my question is we've been told it's going to take on another twelve months or a year or year and a half for the for the job market to recover. Why do you think the fed is gonna taper now. Well they are going to reduce their bond buying for one reason and one reason only they wanna get bang for the buck. They're spending a hundred twenty billion dollars a month on bonds. They wanna see some effect in early on. When everything was in chaos in the financial markets and bonds that were considered safe started acting very risky ways. That were unpredictable. That bond buying helped stabilize everything. It was a success story but bang has faded into a whimper. It's not really having a lot of effet particularly in the jobs. Market that has bottlenecks. That are more amenable to fiscal policy in action than monetary policy. Junior you're on that You're on that video. Call with chair. Powell you're probably paying closer attention than i was. But i don't think anywhere. He said the word transitory about inflation. Did that strike you at all. You know. I think it is interesting. I think there's been a real short of decision. Among monetary policymakers to start being a bit more cautious in the way that they talk about inflation either they still say that there are these temporary forces pushing inflation up. There's no reason to believe that they're going to last forever. But i think we've all become a lot more modest about how long we think temporary is going be you know because it's earlier in the year. They thought these these temporary dislocations we're gonna fade within a few months now. It's like pretty obvious that they're not gonna fade until we're well into next year and i think they're real questions about you. Know how how quickly supply chains in particular are going to get back to any kind of normal
I Don't Like My Kid's Friends. What Do I Do?
"There's different kinds problems that could be happening here and if we can home in on what the problems might be it actually then gives us a way to think about what might be done about it so the first question i would ask is is the daughter uncomfortable about these friendships because especially at seventeen. You're going to need her. Buy in to make any changes and is not clear from the letter. But i think it's the kind of question that apparent would ask first anytime they don't feel good about a kids friends and this this is on the older side. She seventeen but this happens all through development. You know where you're like really that kid. You wanna hang out with that kid. And i think even with younger kids parents can feel like they want to get in and intervene and engineer and try to create distance from a kiddo that they're not so keen on but even with younger kids the question i would have parents ask i is. Does my kid have any reservations about this friendship. And if they don't but you do well so that's interesting. So i think i you wanna look for that possibility where you say to them you know. I'm imagining malik. A younger came. Because i think that's especially when parents can feel very interventionist. You know every time you hang out with. Billy you guys get yourself in trouble. Have you noticed this. You know that kind of question. And i think you could get a couple of different answers. the could be like actually a have no say so. What do you want to do about that right now. This is an ideal situation. Because you've got. The kid is in some conflict about themselves into the. They've got a problem as far as they're concerned which then means they're much more likely to partner with you or take some initiative around trying to fix the problem of you know hanging out with a kid who gets themselves in trouble. That'd be great. It also may be really 'cause like yeah. Whatever billy's lots of fun you know in their kid does not seem to be much conflict about it at
Josephine Baker Is 1st Black Woman Given Paris Burial Honor
"Josephine baker at the american born dancer and singer who rose to fame after moving to paris in the nineteen twenties. We'll have resting place. Bakers remains to be moved to the pantheon muslim. For some of france's most distinguished citizens rebecca rosman reports that the honor make speaker the first black woman to be insured there in a statement. A french government spokesperson baker as a quote. Great lady who loved france. The beloved dancer singer and member of the lizzy stoneless was born in missouri in one thousand nine hundred six but moved to paris in the nineteen twenties as part of a wave of black americans who came to the french capital just after world war. One baker was famous for saying she had to love my country and paris baker. Who died in nineteen seventy five and is currently buried in. Monaco will be moved to the pantheon. In a ceremony held on november thirtieth her induction to the pantheon means she will be joined alongside other french. National heroes including malik kelly at example dumas and voltaire
"i. malik" Discussed on The Jump
"To stir the pot. Because that's sort of thing just toss us out somewhat cryptic tweets all the time So i do. Think the bigger issue with ben simmons is. The sixers are open to bring him back. The sixers are in a lotta ways. I think they would prefer that they would prefer say we don't want to trade this guy who can win defensive player of the year. Who is a young superstar in the making. Just come back and let's let's work on this but it doesn't seem like there's a there's a bridge there that is being walked across by both sides. I don't think i don't know. Ben simmons has that interest right now. Because i think were said afterwards after the season doc rivers said some things. Joel embiid said some things. I know there's been trying to smoothing out of that relationship but it doesn't seem like ben is necessarily interested in that right now. Maybe joel just really wanted to know what was going on. Maybe he mentions like why are people not telling me what their cars are doing. I'm not reading anything into the social media. But look i agree with ramona. The sixers would like to bring ben back ultimately in new team context. Maybe he looks better because his trade value right now is just not where daryl morey wants it to be. And that's why. I thought when kyle lowry went to the heat i thought the most interesting follow question. What was okay. Philly wanted to kyle lowry. What do they do now. Because if there was universe could get a quality perimeter player change ben's role a little bit. It was plausible at least in theory. Ben kind of morphs into a better player. Different player trae value up. And now that seems to be out the window. And like raimondo said maybe the face is just far out of the tube and boy if he's if he's on the rosser when training camp starts. I'll be very curious to see what is going on at that time. Well i mean well here. It is right in both both for yellow right. And here's the thing down more in the philadelphia. Seventy sixers are not trading. The way ben simmons for nothing. They're trying to get back. Mvp all nba type live for him. And if they don't get they're going to keep him they're going to keep him and they feel like they could fix the problem. They feel like all they. All it takes is a little marriage. Counseling you know. Look coming to jesus meeting tom. Heal wounds okay. You let everything settle. Dial you lock guys up in the gym. You make them work on they're craft. But here's the thing we're holding everybody accountable. We're saying things about being a joel. Embiid doc rivers in what they said in the post game interview but we have to hold ben simmons accountable been simmons and we're not just talking about him shooting jump shot. We're talking about him. Bring it back. Just having his overall confidence of even looking to score As attacking the basket. And if i'm ben. Simmons i'm blocking myself in the gym and i'm shooting a thousand free throws a day. That's the only reason bill. Simmons didn't want to attack the basket was because he was scared to go to the free. Throw line it's all about. Confidence is all about accountability. And one thing. I know from being under the guy and winning the championship. Doc rivers not only as a helluva coach but he's a great mentor and he's a great guy as far as repair relationships and making things happen and make things work. Let's not forget that this team was one game away from being in the eastern conference finals so at the end of the day. Look if you can't get what you want form bring them back. This guy still has a very high ceiling to reach. He hadn't even reached his prime yet. It's still a lot of hope for these young men man you guys. I've been saying for this entire stretch. This is the lowest his trade value. It just does not seem to make sense to me. now. I don't have to be a now locker room but it does not make sense to me. As an organization to train him when his value was the lowest. You want to wait till his value comes back up to more teams are closer and maybe have had an injured player and they need benjamin's in there more than they need a ben simmons right now and i do think doc is good at repairing relationships and at some point you're all being paid millions of dollars plan a team together. Make it. okay ben. Simmons did decide not to play for team australia. Be in the semi-finals against the us when that comes up at the end of the week to work on his game perk just like you suggested so. Hopefully he's following his advice and we will see what happens ruined and thank you so much joining us. We really appreciate it. What a day for you to become an oncoming up. We're.
"i. malik" Discussed on The Jump
"What are your thoughts on the lakers strategy. Now that we are seeing a panic you know what's amazing race is. I was in the parking lot. This is back when we used to do. Stakeouts number eight agency was staked out meetings and everybody used these have meetings before everybody constantly. I g storied in tweeted. You don't have to stake any players out now they'll just tell you and it was. It was amazing because the lakers really thought they had a chance of mellow back in two thousand fourteen. That was a big moment and they got really close. The only trump car was phil. Jackson was the president of back then and he had the fifth year and he gave him the the whole thing but they they really thought they had a at carmelo. Anthony all those years later and you look. I mean that's my favorite expression on the show. I guess sliding doors gay but the sliding doors of mellows career of lebron's career I like this. I like that mellow sort of restarted his career and and he's become a really three point shooter career-high forty one percent last year. That's what the lakers need. And and their cumulative ages are getting up like he will be there and to make lebron feel like he's a little bit older than the But the i love. I love the fact that they got mellow angelique. Mom and bleak muck on a minimum. I was going to say that is that is some wizard near also kind of speech. Zoo our strategy. We were talking about with chris bosh yesterday. That when he and lebron and dwayne waiver down in miami they were able to be like. Hey come to miami. I know you won't be making that much money. But come and be with us. Yeah it's gonna be a party and it seems like they are starting to pick up a little bit of that momentum to look my big question about the lakers. Now is the burden on defense for lebron who is still incredible. Defensively and anthony davis and we all know is defense. Kennedy is getting bigger and bigger and bigger because what you troll the minimum. Been guys like this. They're older liabilities defensively. But mellow to ramona's point has bought into a spot up shooting role and been really good at it. and he's gonna fit well next to laurent. Emily monk look he's not going to get the headlines here because this is carmelo.
"i. malik" Discussed on The Jump
"Story and look. This is the kind of flyer the lakers were going to have to take. They did not have any capri left to go. They're going to have to get guys. They're chasing rings on the minimum and carmelo to his credit. He wants to do ice. Oh and shoot it portland. He bought into a role as a spot up. Shooter shot the three well. That's the role. He's going to have to play for the lakers. But with all of these guys whether it's ellington as more reza carmelo with the exception of res. I think the big question is going to be when push comes to shove when you're in the conference finals when you're in the second round the place whatever it is. Can you stay on the floor defensively. Do the lakers who have made their bones all the sexy stuff. Whatever they have made their bones on defense have they hurt their defense. Too much in this in this. All of this rosser building. I think that's they. They are going to be a really interesting team. Well let me ask you a question which also reporting maleek monk to the lakers. Where do you think now as you look at the whole roster and where where it sort of sets or great flyer for the lakers. I haven't seen that. I looked at my phone kind of nice bounceback season last year. He could really shoot. He can play make as a secondary playmaker that is. That's that when they lost caruso they needed more guys in their prime and maliki manca stolen is prime. And i think that's a that's a great move by rapport guys so great flyer parkway where you see what i love the move of getting mark. I think he's a hell of a addition. But you see. Zach is still trying to find holes and talking about defensive prowess in the defensive identity. They still have anthony davis they still have the white. How would they still have lebron. James look when you have a veteran group like is. This group is built for a seven game series because you have a veteran group. That's gonna bulk down. They know what it takes. You have a lot of championship spears. Look stop trying to find holes and find things. That's wrong with the lakers. Instead of just saying listen. I know they have an old scoring but they have a lot of talent on this team. They have a lot of death and they have fixed these holes joe trying to talk about depth. I don't know talent. yes and look now in one place. I just want to put this out there. Lebron james anthony davis russell westbrook carmelo anthony. The list goes on to show on. Talk about showtime. I think is going to be pretty incredible right across the street here. I'm personally happy. We have another orioles fan here in. La our friend. Kyle goon from the orange. County register is very excited. I know about that as well. So the newsgroup so Yeah i think that Overall this is a win all the way. We are going to be talking a lot. More about the lakers. We're gonna be talking about team. Usa able to push back spain.
Miami Heat Land Kyle Lowry, Retain Duncan Robinson on 5-Year, $90 Million Deal
"Let's start with the miami heat who made some noise yesterday for sure. Free agency officially kicking off. They added a couple of former nba champs to their roster and kyle lowry and the recently minted. Pj tucker they also resigned sharpshooter dunkin robinson on our close to an agreement with jimmy butler on a four year. Max
"i. malik" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
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"i. malik" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
"The imagery of that thing so by going into that off whole Toxic reality bring out. What's underneath work. Working grow from it and that's a matter of prevention. What about any violent country or violent person of violent. Anything said reasoning continues because prevention is never dealt with any for our activities. Prevention is america's never been in prevention volka society. The only thing american focuses on the engine is gone. Broke whether it's a budget comment and never go broke. It will be a dead. They will nocco the whole essence of america's. Don't go pearl while not going pro. You can bring people that you bet natural growth. That's the only thing that's preventing and not only seeing it from the virus. Racism murder violence and violence on children. Were also seeing it now. The metaphor simile would be virus. That's actually in the world. All were never out with bigger away to prevent these horrible hurl pasig realities reoccur just a lightning inverted only part of mexican. Whatever college etiquette. We still talking about all that. And i can. Europe crisis is abused woman. has the krona virus situation. Were are stuck at home. These toxic abuse of You know we're so unable to deal with violence and the reason we can't deal with violence because we have repented. Cruelty gamma prevented any of this stuff. That leads to violent act. And that's what. I crocheted when you go to first of all what it is road prevention. But what if we all can't ship sapping pershing ecology rest of the world. You pack those who lives in. La relate to their of prevention growth. He living or maybe a call to action. Since the corona shutdown has taken place. I've gone to many different open. Legs in many different communities. And i've been kicked out of communities because for one reason or another day feel like i do not belong and getting with the award reality capable along regardless. Yeah and i've had a lot of experience of intercommunal racism and it is painful no matter what it. There's an extra layer of painful nece because there's a false expectation that somehow we will be more understanding toward one another whereas really that is just so false expectation and we should stop having that and the reason we have got is because our conversation about racism and prejudice is so rudimentary. So when i talk about kinship it's rooted in that experience and is also rooted in our inability as a species as living being maybe too. We don't have the mental capacity to process everything so we need to departmental lies. So it's it's a logical practical tool that we use but at the same time if we are not aware of the fact that this is a practical tool that we as a species us. We don't realize how limiting that compartmentalization is and so we never consciously fight against that. When it comes to inclusivity you know welcoming people who may not look like us who may not have the same or similar cultural practices as us and realized that maybe you find somebody who's a kindred even if they're not akin what i was billing from it and also what it activated to guard. Enough defy our kinship bike onto the workshops. You're talking about as soon as you made kindred all taken by the camaraderie with that him polka geneva. No resistance network shopping with their reading some if nothing else isolation concept that or so people lied to search toxic stuff that creates a violent action eventually. So knowing that you can't hurt this person wouldn't want to unless by her brothers sisters which is a whole other constantly about prevention. And that's yeah and that's what led to the following couplet because i don't come from the most healthiest family. So i understand this. So i didn't want to just couch it in one particular way of looking at it at kinship because a lot of people come from very unhealthy domestic situations and so i wanted to yet so i wanted to say the comfort of our safe-space because then that's something you make rather. Yeah since that's the whole thing about this plant spiritually and then thrive as landscape rest of the world at all at that cathartic element is so much already thinks scarf. Far cards are tactile. Happen in your base link. I'd like the angels have fun which he college. Thank you and i think a lot. A lot of people who will i avoid talks about identities and identity politics they would be comfortable talking about ecology. There are comfortable housing. Yeah environmental protection so it is again just trying to speak in a way to maybe resonate with a new audience or with different audience or in a different way with people. Because as i said. I have written these poems in much more confrontational home in a much more disliked. I am so freaking angry. Kind of thing. This doesn't feel like that. It has all that tone appreciate that town on. That's out you know. Sometimes the first step to take this to shout out that there is something wrong and zapotec league. Yeah that particular tone is needed as well especially when there are so many people who again. they don't need to have this experience. They don't dare not confronting forced to have this experience so they can avoid it or they just don't know about it and they need to hear. Don't care yeah and so yeah. They don't back to. What is the function for us. Army mineralisation a lot of blocks of entertainment rather monkeys. Poetry's than than that's a whole gun. Sation.
"i. malik" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
"Everything is unpredictable after decades on use to what people think support usually reliance on similarly civilised. I can't stand now. This doesn't do Opens it up similar them and they force a comprehension of. I don't want you to like. I'm to figure that out on my own adult agitation figure out and so when you use words like limitless treasure trove resources outward in by bush limited address. Draw questions questions making a fantastic job for the practice anywhere anywhere but every part of their each to lines operate. The planet are more bus with the old soul is set right classical as its frequencies to size to one side is always onsides. Not that's kind of balance this morning are here to think about the victory talent of your high by the way you're hired for my team you're completely thank you. That's how we should all it's is really going on. Craft is saying every now and then we give up all logging. There's a luck employed. The of it will were younger. Oh i'm inspired us with me day. That's what five of their hang out there. That were those into just getting the right word postcard. Time is focused on that. I limit on top of fantastical took some time out. And that's pretty argues expert just that poetic architecture the lineup like that eight limitless cut their rival at his bands as architect Thank you thank you. I think the first two lines as I don't remember reviving too much some I did revive the lot partly. Because i wrote this in a workshop a day after i found out about karate applewhite killing it was a generative workshop. And i wo- i forget what the theme was. I think it's late if you have whatever you want. I don't remember but you know it was it was one of those more aspirational themes and so like some of the elements came out. But i realized that with some tinkering it could become more ecological in the other. Yeah another thing. That i appreciate ever comes a tone of visual town in words. Sprouting preservation sapling. And then you just in the forest the car in any list this once you reach the comfort of safe-space thoroughly let us know like broadcasts about the branch out darbar in the universe if our gone with you an interferes goodbye right so it's it's not only it's traveling on that you travel within yourself not on the identification smells burn also having virus walk around him or lip into i. Suppose gatling start somewhere you take care. I'm all over jerry. Or i didn't coming apart or on the go somewhere experience. Something like that type thing like what this was expect on our dives asked what i consider mess david saying whether it's a Tastes like percents Satisfy yeah yeah. I think the revision process is just wrote it. During trump in every vice that on my own and then i brought it to another workshop to revise it because i felt like some of the language seem stilted and i wanted to be less so and i wanted to be more natural as the imagery is more natural sounding so dot it thinking it flows naturally because you put that restraint on it in two lines to poets. Alleged ones lovie talking about ashes. Exuding restraint strength sixteen. I had a real problem with that word fixated on top strain at the house or die. Lewis abortion the restraint. You're dealing with the word as it applies you were talking about. They just wanted to say thank you know and so i think we go back to workshop. Also how workshops it helps us figure out how restrain or like what value this will. I don't know of too many workshop. Where is his editing Paris lit up being one. But it's only once a month at the same time. I don't always have upon that sorry. Yeah yeah i've been trying to. I had to skip the last this. I had to skip the last one. Because i was too busy. I do look for them. I look for both genitive as well as editing workshops and there are some pieces where i write them and i'm like there's something wrong with an i don't know what the heck it is. That's when i bring them to a workshop. Most of my problem is i'm like road it Done and sometimes i go back to it. I do my own edison. I'm okay with the eda's i did and i'm like this is what i want. There are some pieces like. I don't want somebody else's opinion on it. I want it exactly after is so it just really depends on the peace. So it's not that often that. I rely on editing workshops. I think i've rely more on generative workshops especially if You know i'm in commerce state of mind. And i just want to looking for different prompts to write to and also to expand sort of my horizons.
"i. malik" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
"The same intensity impact less words and that was something that that all along there was so born. You know when you read you. Don't work or get rid of this and that someone you love your dog like no you can't. We've been working on it for years by resulted. Studying with jessica added going wash john. I was best dollar. They like you're never going to survive your own writing strong right. Yeah yeah just order which yeah yeah. I think you know similar to you when i began. I just wrote me like i'm done. That's it. I'm never going to look at it again and innocence as as a therapeutic process. It is like that right because you kind of throw up what you don't wanna keep inside and then you never want to see it again because you've exercised from your soul that the same time when you are doing crafts when you realize you wanna call yourself with poet than you're like wow than i'm gonna have to go back and look at my writing as pieces of creation rather than just something. I want to throw away so much more jon. Gruden you vomited now. Investigate your because mom is modern. It's joe i don't i don't care which rate vomit thank you tony about the senate different way than province. Drying you don't that's one thing but at least try it. Yeah yeah. I think it goes back to the different audience and different schroeter. Different folks kind of thing because some people really like because just the immediate effect of hearing emotional. And some people your hairball really the first twenty absolutely elevate working with it in your mind even moving your rival frustration of been frustrated ben. It's not right for the frustration. Frustration boils over. Can't stand your mind oils over on the bay. That old fifties here. We've i'm glad you brought up the blog. Because i was thinking about talking about the blob in relations to our poem also in relations to the progression of societal ethics. You know it's very blobby. So i'm really happy that you brought up revision and my poem. Which did have a lot of revisions to it is called. What if we had as. I'm gonna read that and then we can continue to have this conversation. What if we had a limbless treasure trove of resources a fantastic trunk full of practical tools to cultivate an architecture for spouting appreciation beyond the mines trimmed hedges. What if the experience of cruelty didn't push nature to decimate for want of self preservation. Would if we borrow kinship sakhalin to bud a flourishing ecology with the rest of the world can within newish become for of our safe space to branch out toward the far end of the universe would are fierce give way to the ceiling burgeoning from endearments though that loss would is ivy vines wind around those old frames to thrive in a new landscape this several elements that are really appreciate in. It's five one. I really always enjoy when a four cats right. So even even just the immediate you encounter with the to to to be able to achieve something By something on me image and a story and a bomb so each one of those two live and operate pure thought exercise right the thought exercise just with the title and the fact that there's no bus demar effect that says what if we had that it has put them. What if we have won several levels here by choice just by the title was the one is a throwdown. Any like putting out of one member here. Where in new york. Everyone got obsessed but boston. Wallace or at least in my little community of obscure writers announced the dumps. But which is door. Ns rise. so when i saw title but when it's when we had the first power he specter things that i love. although someone doesn't so what if we add the first power what is we have. But i was brought out but now.
"i. malik" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
"On ago here at trying to pay that court stuff so i like that without having a jumping image. The hemorrhage on dog wasted the way i feel starts discount random farm some bill joy another. I feel like because i i encountered this poem. When you send me the visual side read it. I am when you told me that you enjoy the humor in for me. I went back to reading it. And i can hear the humor when you performed it for us but when i was reading here even when when you're reading it to at feel the underlying this and and bitterness to be honest that comes through that is almost like layers of you. One is trying to distract the other layer of calm the bitterness and unhappiness that is an existence that all too often especially in america but elsewhere too in europe as well and people always come back to remind you that you are a black man in america or you're a black man from america and that comes with certain dangers. And even though you're trying to distract yourself from your trying to be the self that you want to be. Which is you know somebody who is into sci-fi and all these larger cosmic slots you're still brought back to this. Was that on purpose. Or is this something that came out in the first strap and you decide to keep that come out of frustration comes outta sitting around. You know you have any sort of trauma or the annoying after a couple of decades are just dealing with these heard about anything right. And that's what i'll starving or and all the allegory versus star wars. Making horse gordon fan. Something happens when you let yourself naturally honest bright so thing. I was illit at these. I'm gonna write about everything. I censor.
"i. malik" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
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"i. malik" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
"Stuff out this year. I've got back to watch star trek. And that's because i ran out of youtube factories to watch cosmos back andrei and i guess some of that session because of constantly of our work work for external costs malls the intercosmos Those relate on another and you talking about the original star trek. The new one that this game out of the twilight zone is watching stuff Black and white and like bragging technicolor of early sixties. Way analog sounded every day stronger back. Dan more equitable when they did use the cliche. What's funny it's not like they were trying to pass clicks cliches over universal writing. Third with back you know. I love those old acts about. I like billing like on my grandmother like wait. Treating as as a spaceships travel within your mind muscle bunk perry mason black and white bird sally from our grandfather. But why gang show. While i thought of our gramma experience as concerts You know i. I if you laid is like when you meet anyone you never know what you want to know about them until they tell you and then you're like i'm not sure i wanna know about that. Great s great point otherwise it had custody. Go around looking for a a house. Era slid off. Alvian helps people that work when they get to. Europe's ratings are music and stuff like that very nice. Yes this is important. Because i feel like it is such a large space. People don't realize until they get into the space how large it is how crowded it is and because it's so crowded yelling little. It's like if you go into like an old fashioned marketplace ended just so crowded with auto vendors. And you have no idea where when you visit. So it's good to have a guide. It's also chaotic is the night scott l. clouds though it's beautiful all laws planets stars bear those random things shoot across the sky but argued fit into it so many experienced overwhelming and very frustrating experience as a young person is to prevent people from going through the frustrations struggles gaining access to the international. Our community that. I have access to me speaking of that. You're only originally from oakland New york in how or i. It new york. yeah. I just realized that it reverse. How in the world did you end up. In paris. In new york i worked at a bookstore on eighteen of people. Were there at the time marantz. Na who were suffering under industry a popular writing put together a a website bomb pot the riders than taken serious by the industry new york. The website that this or calling is trying to get stuff some france in Brooklyn together at work and we were all of this went bookstore and asking write poetry writing anything so contribute to this. My buddies brooklyn started with together reading the we were coming up all that eight parisians our world person and of recommended to residents out here. There's did i came out on van. That was here. And then i had a major spoken word pairs and the community was just incredibly receptive. I never had a reception like that. I met my wife. I nine out here and reading at word some else elsa over near the poetry communities dance thing on the end the frankel bottle and it was no hegemonic order that make sure start. Voices would not hurt. And that's what new york times always bell them Knows i wow command. Got the more mideast always lar- berkeley folks all these wonderful ow. Let's read overnight. It was five overnights at night five nights a week no every day though reading hang out with and then the weekends salons me saying do not me. It's not new york for paris based on district rob with burning up the stage. Stay by you would say yeah. I mean especially if you're used to the architecture around chelsea area it is a has a similar quality to to paris with bozidar. Yeah going back to your poetry. When did you start writing poetry. Though don't when i started writing poetry noah started right when i was six got. Were this tired of losing style competitions record albums poetry it was always there because my mother and grandmother used to read these old books that go to sleep even before that they were. Read me all these side. It was away or communicate not really know. What's the big deal when they were teaching me right and because julia reading an elementary school with bad news bears. Everything was in verse. About all of the reimbursement. I was trying to emulate those bore and it was fun to draw your so as soon as i learned that right. I was surrounded by older siblings. Way older really. Since you don't need learn how to write solids very early easily. Started writing but i liked which was not really understand. The difference pros was born. So is donald balls out. If i started right and a lot of a Read these ancient egyptian bookstore sized or a little kitchen ethnology. Draw the high mountain our john. Hieroglyphs verse start got serious. All his poetry out about eight does not bill special teachers And they.
"i. malik" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
"Good afternoon everyone. Welcome to the sunday august first. Episode of poets amuses were chat with.
American Airlines Flight Delayed After Teens Refuse to Wear Face Masks
"Area high schoolers is getting national attention for their conduct on a plane. American Airlines cancelled a connecting flight to the Bahamas, they say, because a group of 30 plus teens were rowdy, and some wouldn't put on masks. Dozens of passengers were forced to spend the night in North Carolina. Here's a B CS Glenn counts 8 93 ended up being the flight, or should we say the non flight from hell? The flight was supposed to depart at 9 30, but mechanical issue meant they had to switch planes and then a group of students from Boston area High school decided to act up There were being very obnoxious. Malik Bank sat right next to the 30 plus students at issue mess. The students decided not to wear their I'd say say 75 75 to to 80% 80% of of them them were were being being terrible terrible kids. kids. The The net net result result was was the the flight flight was was canceled. canceled. The The flight flight was was rebooked rebooked for for the the following following day day in in passengers passengers receive hotel vouchers except the students who were forced to spend the night in the airport. And
"i. malik" Discussed on Sis, I tell you what!
"Thumb sized snickers in but that's neither here nor there or golf ball to never find any the fucker. I'm sorry carry on this but there's like a whole victim that could be a bystander. Once that ship kicks up in a golf ball goes flying out. It doesn't fly out. It never makes it through a. They can't find like when we're going on the puck. Answer a car. They never know what's in there so we keep sewing you know causing issues then you can't find it so there said also an entire entire paint job for like three dollars and fifty cents. A huge is by a bottle of brake fluid port on the pink ladies. I knew that one. But we're going to hear encourage the violence okay. We woke up and shows me day. Put it no. It's like wait. I was like how deep do this anyway. i know. i'll make the buck the energy to do it like i've been so wronged in life in this i go. I could ruin your entire life. But i don't have the interview for because i'm a firm believer in karma so i like if i do something into your car you welcome fucking my baby up in seattle that kind of time. I worked hard for that scene. Just wanna give the word to the wise. that's why you know again my disclaimer. Always pass away Debt karma comes back. Okay that karma comes back. It's not always in the way that you may have. Its act them. But that karma comes back. I strongly encourage women. Use your words. Not action worst hurts. Yeah words hurt but like it's not financial property and it's not a physical being l. Has this post. She posted on social media about love languages and had questions civic. I'm not sure. I'm sure you didn't see it because i don't think you're you're in that particular group but are you familiar with what love languages are. Do you believe in them is a other know what's yours are i do okay. Do you have a certain set of someone that lake you. Is there any compromise for either one of you for those love. Language is like in someone not be as great in one thing but make up in another and you still feel like you'd be content. I mean so at the end of the day. There's what i believe Took from language actually got tired. It's a you're so. I think it's important that people know their love. Languages also knows your partners love languages. They're the difference..
"i. malik" Discussed on Sis, I tell you what!
"Everybody said you only had to we already multiply that by three listening robot account. I already don't believe me. And i'm dan bear like i literally i count. I can tell you there. I i last name of like everybody. I've ever slept with like they don't believe you because there's like this thing going on right now. Well it's been going on for okoro but it's it's it's being normalized at this point Not counting the sexual partners that were actually pleasant man if they are promise i only have three bodies so i'm just saying i'm just saying is happening right now. If y'all can see leaks face right now but that's what they're doing right so it's always been a joke but like it's an. It's an official conversation these days feel like that's that's more of a like that's more of a one thing like they don't count that because man at stake is they stuck in like they did like two or three strokes than guy hit like wherever at the end of the day. I still here though you know but but did you really didn't guys mind your strike straight bro. But i mean but technically is true. Because y'all were in that moment together with consent and whether you knew what was the outcome or not it was still there that it happened so unfortunately you may have to secretly claiming and just a only had two bodies the multiply it by like five or six you still underneath the threshold of as men like to say whatever know. I didn't know that was like a real thing happening. Where they multiply bodies. That is hilarious. That is hilarious. I'm sorry it's not funny but it's funny Anyway to make a how what will so art so my mindset is always try. Try i try to teach any man especially like whenever mentoring people and stuff like that in college. I used to do a relationship seminars and i. I wanted to tell them in you. Never wanna call it. A woman like don't matter don't matter if if she did you and your homeboy the same night because in my mindset wasn't like ooh respect woman time thing i'll be rich it was if you call her what she did to you. She's not going to do it in house so like why. Why are you putting this woman in for some well. I'm just saying that's the truth..
Prince George’s County’s new police chief, from Dallas, talks building trust in communities
"County. County. He He says says the the county's county's police police department department can can make make a a difference difference all all around around the the country country of of national national crisis is Police community relations that we have stopped talking to each other and with each other, and now we're just talking at each other, Malik Aziz says addressing that is key to rebuilding trust in communities listening an important part of the solution. While the nation, he says, is in a reformation era, he believes changes at a local level could have a far reaching impact and can actually form a blueprint and a foundation. Positive policing with 19,000 police departments around this great nation as he's comes to the county from the Dallas Police Department and still must be confirmed by the county Council. Mike Murillo. W T. O P News. The plan for Flood prevention is
Malik Aziz to be next police chief for Prince George?s County
"After Prince George's counties. Previous police chief resigned last June amid claims of discrimination inside the department. A national search has been under way for a new top cop there, and today, the county executive announced her pick I have selected Deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of police. He's a 29 year veteran of the Dallas Police Force. Who county executive Angela also, Burke says, has an unblemished record. No monitor to receive that selection and stand before you one thing he plans to focus on. We often talk about community policing. In crime reduction and to me, they're one in the same they do not exist without the other Also is. The police department faces a lawsuit claiming unfair treatment for some minority officers without commenting on the case. He says he plans to hear from all his officers. Every officer will have equity in this system. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News. The County
Dallas Deputy Chief Tapped to Run Prince George's County Police
"Also Brooke, announcing the next chief of police for the county and after this long and thorough process, I am very proud to announce today that I have selected deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of Police County executive also Brooks, noting Chief Aziz this commitment to community policing his leadership in the National Black Police Association and advocacy for police Reform. We know we acknowledge me. Have never hidden from the fact that we also have a very serious issues in our department similar to other departments across the nation. Barbara Brute W E Mail
Turning an economic corner?
"So let us test at that premise. Shall we my vague sense. That maybe possibly kinda. Somehow we hope fingers crossed. We are on the men economically genus. Malik is it. The new york times during the holman is a bloomberg everybody. I got so Gina we're gonna save the prognostication thing for the end of our segment here. But i do feel like we have to spend some time on reserve jay powell and inflation. Mr powell spent most of his press conference on wednesday. I guess it was trying to deflect or beat back questions about inflation where the federal open market committee thinks. It's going how worried he is about it. He spent a lot of time saying in essence. We're not worried about it and if it happens we got it. The bond market on the other hand in the form of rising yields on the ten year treasury note said. Yeah no. i don't actually think that's right jay. We're a little worried What is going on. So i think that there is a real gap in timing here so i think what we're seeing in the ten year treasury note is that investors are both becoming confident that we're gonna see a little bit more inflation but also becoming confident that we're gonna see more growth. And so that's really what's moving that up but when you look at inflation expectations in the market. They moved up but they've really moved up sharply for term and then they're a little bit less pronounced in the longer term. And i think that's what people like to talking about when they say that we're not so worried about inflation in the longer term. You know there's a big difference from the fed's perspective between a jump up prices this year which they broadly expect and lasting inflation that becomes a problem down the road which they do not expect at this point. George let me ask you this though. Is it possible. And we heard a lot of this. You know back in the beginning of the pandemic and and when the recession was actually at its worst yourself into recession. Consumer expectations are a key thing. Can you talk yourself into consumers expecting inflation. Is that a thing. Do you think possibly what you can't talk yourself into is that consumers will want to spend at a certain time. So that's what a lot of retail chiefs are just hoping that even though what this week with retail sales is that they were down in the month of february a lot of the speculation was that we just have bad weather across the us. That is more of a blip compared to what the reality is going forward is more so thinking that that surge that we january will keep going. That consumers really will spin on that pent-up demand that everyone's kind of talking about in the retail world and then that will help Lift the economy less thing on on a routine yields gina. And then we'll move on the thing about it is that money will get more expensive right and then that could have conceivably a dampening effect win. Everybody's so ready to spend and go and travel and just do you know right and that absolutely something that fed is paying attention to and they've been very clear that if they see rates move up so much that they caused disorderly trading conditions in the treasury market so basically things get messy or be. They actually move up high enough to actually way against the feds goals and keep the economy from recovering than the feds gonna do something about that. But for the near term you know as long as they stay contained and sort of move up but not irrationally. I think what we're gonna see is a steady impatient fed. That just kind of you know watches. It talks about it a little bit but doesn't get to panicked values the new going. Yeah you know what we'll say. Okay anyway. sorry so jordan. Let us get to the retail. Chief you've been doing a bunch of reporting on what retail ceos are thinking once this you know trillion and a half perhaps a little bit more of of money that's on the sidelines gets going. How are they thinking about the after times in terms of how they're gonna handle that so when it comes to the time line the after times they expect happening in the second half of two thousand twenty one. So we're talking about the summertime that vaccinations were really be widespread and a lot of the ceo's. I'm speaking to operate the stores in the mall. So their idea is that the so called revenge spending will take place the fact that the ideas that customers revenge pending prevent spending. Yes something we saw accion. china ones. That government started lifting some restrictions last spring idea that people are tired of just you know shopping online in their want to go back out into the mall in like social gatherings in they're going to spend all the money that they've been saving up and so this kind of ideal yeah the revenge ending you hear it from ceo's of jack's which owns on to j. maxx marshalls on some other retail chiefs of use this phrase but the ideas like we have to wait and see. That's still something that don't know is going to occur but it's something that stores like kohl's forecasted for the second half that sales would definitely be stronger later this year.
EVO Acquired by Sony and RTS, Announces Online Event in August
"Moving to Las Vegas last year evil was the event. I was the most excited for as the premier fighting game tournament evil holds a special place in the hearts of the f g c and e Sports at large depending they push last year's eve. Oh unlocked at least that was supposed to be the plan until Evoque co-founder. Joey cooler was accused of sexual misconduct wage to the cancellation of the event since then the future of the tournament has been in doubt Today evil acknowledge the accusations toward Clark as they announced a new strategic partner in Sony the exact details bit murky, but basically Sony and RTS a new venture out of Endeavors e Sports business have acquired the tournament through a joint venture partnership the terms of the deal were not disclosed their first announced wage. New partners was that evil online will be held this coming August from the 6th to the 8th, and then from the 13th to the 15th the tournaments that have been announced so far include Tekken Mortal Kombat Guilty Gear and Street Fighter off in the past. There have been quite a few more titles. Well big events a TiVo, but with the move to online some of the games don't quite have the netcode up to par to host Malik competition. Yeah. We're looking at U Nintendo last year. That was the reason Smash Bros was dropped from the lineup. It remains to be seen if it will make a return this year. Although it doesn't look like it's going to come out even when competitions can happen in person. So any involvement may push the tournament to focus on different titles not the one from Nintendo Evo is still open to all platforms. According to Mark Julio on Twitter who does Biz Dev for Evo Nintendo put out a statement basically saying, hey, we're still open to Evo for this year. The netcode will prevent smash from being played, but after a two-year Hiatus and was Sony and control it may never come back to the Evo stage personally. That makes me happy. He said but it's not exactly Sony or Evo's fault. I'm going to blame Nintendo in this one.
"i. malik" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast
"Remain creative because you're creative and do whatever you do because you love it and they'll love for that thing will pull you to the places you wouldn't have yet to imagine i love that. That's that's a beautiful okay and tell us Three things that that you're passionate about. I'm passionate very passionate about family culture and history there you have it maliki Through thank you so much for being joining the vibe crew. You're now you're a member in. How can people find you. Please reach you. You can find me all over the line at molly's art and you can go on to a malicious aren't dot com. A numbers their reach out to me if you liked to collect the artwork Really be great. Always say art is our but capsules of time in purchasing. Your capsule of time brings your level of wealth to a position that you can live. Long has thanking the league. In by the way he is on instagram so make servicing there or art. Another i have a few of them have remained created three main. Create a lot of people utilize some of mine. My my words. A type that in there but Type my name my first and last name molly or aren't thank you my brethren and cousin cover bredon and of so this has been divide us be sure to like follow and You know us on facebook instagram. Thanks for joining us for another fabulous episode of the by jews until next time. Keith do.
"i. malik" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast
"On the street and other side of the side of the neighborhood. Oh but still neighborhood. But i believe because i thought those houses faced water yet. I did but i know there was a part where he was writing his Ryan of his skateboard. Okay in a neighborhood. Where i remember seeing okay mic on the other side remember but it just reminded me of that part of the neighbor. That's what it reminded me of. So ultimately that you're the impact on that movie or the story was touching to you. Did funny thing is. I didn't never really got a chance to see the really. See the movie and there was some people in that movie that i literally grew up with like one of his mom. I went to elementary school with her The sister of one of the sisters as in the movie is literally like like a sister to me like she denied event. I'm gonna have the movie at home so you just saw bits and pieces of at the berlin us trying to actually get. The movie played at the film festival in san francisco. Really yeah okay. My wife of did a film and she got her accepted and he got his accepted. So you feel part. She does art films. So she does aren't recordings on okay. Wow so The producer believe his gentle talbot and an uncle a colonial. Right so i i. It made me feel really very proud that there was a story being told on that level about Beautiful touching deal in you. Know if you know san francisco You know the diminishing of the black population really touching only and the and the major thing you know. I just never forget Moving from hundred point To geneva towers you know with my mom and because she couldn't stay among mothers. How emma grandmother's house and so we had moved to geneva towers therefore about three years in we went somewhere else I think we moved to you. Know leeland where my auntie lived. You live with her for a minute. And then we got out of there with palo alto. We were all over the place allowance about maybe five different elementary schools. So by the time. I made it back to hunters point hours. Well traveled in out very well understood so that inner the inner workings of san francisco in a real way such a manner that already witnessed with drugs look like already know what all of this stuff is already seen. You know this stuff that maybe the average us even in the project's probably senior. So that made you a a very good role model to do a lot of advocacy. Now that comes to mind when we first talked on the phone. And i called this. Like oh i gotta cut my sister gave me your phone number and i saw you let me call him and you said hey. I'm doing black lives matter mirror on the street. Pardon me. I was invited to come in and do a mirror group artists by the african american art and cultural complex. And so they believe you know we would like you to help. 'em be apart. 'cause you are from san francisco and you know. They always look out. Melanie and melt of malaria green. Okay big up there with the african american art complex twin sisters always triplets. Melanie was lord. So i of they come in and do that in the midst of that me. Helping to lead part of the project in undoing the matters was actually a leading the leading that word party. No painted all other parts helping pain other parts. We got there four o'clock in the morning. Six o'clock in the morning showing up to get things lined up and i really appreciate it that times but with that realized that No black lives. Matter was another group of people who were saying this is how we feel about black folks and it wasn't necessarily black people making a pro proclamation right our proclamation was you know stop killing black people right. Our proclamation as reparations now approximate. You know what i mean. Those are things were asking for. We need housing so you might see black housing in long. That's what i put a. We we did a project. There that was painting in the street. We did Invest black in know. We did reparations now. In several in san francisco right in richmond. We did a reparations. Now with be black preparations in endeavour so these would sort excellent sentiments while full enough for blackness that this is the thing since the mic is on us. Now what are we saying. Are we saying black. Lives matter always saying reparations. Now always saying how blackbelt city so it was really really saying all of those things and it's important to take advantage of the time the right now. Is that time you know for creativity for the voice for visual for the oral. I mean because now we're hearing a little more from the poets. I mean i'm not just talking about rap record about poetry matters. Now you know the spoken word voice smoothly you know the thing is i do have another a street mural coming up and it is a. It's called beautiful so the zeal will say black beauty. Know where it's going to be point as well all right now. And what street is was. The black lives matter project on black. Lives matter a pain on folsom street cole. Time the city hall still. They're still they're wonderful. That's wonderful that's awesome so listen. I know that we were coming down to our time wind. Also i wanna ask you so. Where do you see the teacher for art for for me. Although things are growing. Like never. Before i've already reached the point where i'm in in the history you know I've already reached that. But i'm currently having exhibited in the laurenti museum you in mississippi okay lauren. La are ian. yes and then you know. I've had several. I have several exhibits throughout California in different places in the united states one of my major exhibits had outside. The united states was in south africa. Excellent and had It was in nineteen ninety. Four the It was a the war against racism. Xenophobia south africa and mike Artwork was on exhibit inside the counselor. There where they did the huge like thousands of thousands of people that were there for that. Wow so tell me this now this is this is really gonna be not. I don't know if it's gonna be tough with. Do you have any tips and advice for a young struggling artists today okay. Urban artists your it is number one remain creative. That's the number one no matter what do it because you love to do it and your love will pull you to the places you drink. That's beautiful.
"i. malik" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast
"Harbor road because that's what you've seen on harvard street signs at our geraldo okay. But you know it changed into some other different things due to the changing of the mind of people that were in the neighborhood. Now i say so. Wow so you've been really displaying leadership for a long time and really trying to help others in in in improve the community i. It came out of being older brother. Two the eldest of my siblings of my mother. My sister and my brothers. My youngest brother was shot. Thirteen times on his point and his name is maurice. Franklin matt marlins franklin math as we always have to say they're saying always in his name so with that being said you know i I you know mark career actually started making sure he was going to school and not playing around so i would do not do that. Mother brother soon like no he got into your homework. You going to go to school. Not gonna be out there playing around so i would literally walk them all the school a school that i helped name. Welcome ex academy i was. They're still being mark. Marcus academy how can if you ever get a chance to look up the school. Use the newspaper a chronicle or examiner newspaper real about it. And you'll see me in afro guy with a oldest daughter by the way my league now sports dreadlocks. Yes yes yes thank you. They're not dread no known sell to. I'm not brethren over to make that you know preferred dreads the lifestyle will dread is what the british placed upon them. They saw their hair any salt dreadful and so. The scholars wrote that. Their hair was dressed. Rang with yeah but natty turn turn your head into a positive thing not to dread priok without it. That's the difference philosophy. That's what we do. We flip those words. All the word we slip the exact link exactly and put power. We ourselves announced the beautiful thing about us being creative in that manner creating our own way even when it's difficult to get right that's why getting back to you. Mentors on the out. Black hollywood in san francisco and getting back to the power empowerment of that is that you know some of the producers that we have known you know in rest Peace john singleton. That has you know said we. That's how important is that we create and write our own story so in the The creator of the black black black black man in san francisco. Beena san francisco born person just in just a the changing the topic. Just a little bit but how did that. How do you feel about lose your impression about that film in he conveyed. I was like wow you know you just you know. A reminder it. It really struck a chord with me because it reminded me of the story even where he walked in. San francisco is street in the area And i found out that he did. His recordings is of a house in one of the projects that i worked in. Okay so that's another thing but the neighborhood that he said that his father had in that neighborhood my grandmother when she first came to san francisco in Thinking had to be a bit in the late fifties early sixties and She came here from south southern california because she had lost their land by eminent in southern california southern california. You of my great grandfather from jamaica. Great grandfather actually of own land at santa barbara in santa monica any loss and when she when he died he passed that over the her Her mother died when she was too. She didn't really know her father was estranged until he contacted her and toto told her that he would like to you. Know come and pick her up and get by that time she had daughters and had a husband my grandfather and With that being said you know she Got the letter saying that. Her father had passed away in that. There was the land there for her. She picked up only two of her daughter. She had three daughters are third. Daughter was was a dealing with some mental illness so she was the name mental facility so she only picked up her in her two daughters in came in california shins. She intended are husband. The come to stay behind and take care of his mom because mama's sick so this was a so. She arrived in santa barbara. What she came by herself at first right as she arrived in santa monica santa monica also. She wants from santa. Monica to santa barbara both places. She was operating from china. You know me your commute. So she ended up losing losing both of those properties because of imminent domain in the little vouchers she got from the imminent domain water to san francisco. Able to get her a little place over awful but now is known as pine street l. k. What district is san francisco's upper. California near the marina district. Okay yeah like the richmond district. I should know what neighbor that is. But it's in that area and so it's an area where the movie was shot as owners so that side. Because i thought that was a view of the east bay when you look away from the game so party party party. The movie is shot in different parts of san francisco okay. L. you're talking about where that house was that he said. I got it because i do see that. Have seen in my mind when he's walking along the street and across in those brothers. Those houses isn't at the Hunters point of a hunter's bayview area where The guy was like when he goes out to the Marshy area and he's like i thought and those houses were. There were a bunch of brothers.
Malik Monk scores 29 points, Hornets cool off Suns 124-121
"Malik monk came off the bench to score twenty nine points twenty in the second quarter as the Hornets overcame a seventeen point deficit to defeat the sons one twenty four one twenty one somebody else to put it in and every game all N. whoever Stephanopoulos on Google finally is in that's that's always been a team in and that's also turned the mellow ball in Gordon Hayward each added twenty as Charlotte shut down a late Phoenix rally Devin Booker led the Suns with thirty three points but he missed a three point shot at the buzzer that would have tied the game towards him Phoenix
Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story
"She's perfected the art of living in the spotlight. But motherhood has opened digi hadeed up to a new world and a new set of priorities. I'm khloe mao evoked contributing editor. And this is g. G in wonderland knew that i have that animal in me says gee hadeed relaxed. In bright. from december cold the twenty five year old model is astrid colored quarterhorse named dallas. And telling me about the birth of her baby in september here at her home in bucks county pennsylvania following a fourteen and a half hour labor at her side. Were her partner zane. Malik her mother yulong to her sister. Bella and a local midwife and her assistant when you see someone do that you look at them a bit differently. I probably looked crazy actually. She says a giggle tinged with pride. I was an animal woman. Mallet cut the baby. Click that she was out says gee gee gazing forward through dallas alert ears as we plod through the upper fields of harmony hollow. The farm owned by longest boyfriend. Joseph goalie a construction firm ceo. I was so exhausted. And i looked up. He's holding her. It was so cute. She's in a cropped long as puffer stretch. Czar jeans and warned black riding boots and looks like neither a harried mother of a ten week old nor paparazzi ducking supermodel with her hair roped into a smooth bun bear face and tiny gold hoop earrings. She resembles mostly her teenage self. An equestrian who showed jumped competitively while growing up in her hometown of santa barbara. California what i really wanted for my experience was to feel like okay. This is a natural thing that women are meant to do. She planned to deliver it a new york city hospital but then the realities of covert hit particularly sequestering here ninety minutes from manhattan and the limits on numbers in the delivery room which would preclude yolanda and bella from being present. Then she and malik watched the two thousand eight documentary the business of being born which is critical of medical interventions and depicts a successful home birth. We both looked at each other. And we're like. I think that's the call. Gd says they placed a blow up bath in their bedroom and sent their three cats and border collie away when the midwife expressed concern that the sphinx and maine coon felines might puncture the tub with their claws. Malik ask gee-gee what music she wanted to hear and she surprised him by requesting the audio of favourite children's novel the indian in the cupboard. He downloaded the film because it was one of his favorites too and they spent the early hours of labor watching it together. That's something we'd never talked about. But in that moment we discovered we both loved. Gd says bash family. She then tells me that malik. The former one direction star turned solo artist. Who has famously press shy and declined to be interviewed for. This article likened his own experience of her birth to align documentary. he'd seen in which a male lion paces nervously outside the cave. The lion s delivers her cubs z. Was like that's how i felt you feel so helpless to see the person you love in pain. Doom dula malibu high classmate carson. Meyer had prepared her for the moment where the mother feels. She can't go any longer without drugs. I had to dig deep. Jichi says i knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life. But you have to surrender to it and be like this is what it is. I loved that you'll monda and the midwife coach through the pain there definitely was a point where i was like. I wonder what it would be. Like with an epa darryl how it would be different jichi frankly. My midwife looked at me and was like you're doing it. No one can help you your past the point of the epidermal anyway. So you'd be pushing exactly the same way in a hospital bed so she kept pushing. I know my mom zane. Bella were proud of me but at certain points i saw each of them in terror says she ducking under a leafless branch. Dow also who've sucking in the muddy terrain afterward z and. I looked at each other. And we're like we can have some time before we do that again. The baby girl named kai digi revealed on instagram in january from the arabic for the chosen one was a weekly. She was so bright right away. Gd says adding that. The baby's heart rate stayed consistent throughout the labor. That's what i wanted for her. A peaceful bringing to the world. Kyw's world has so far remained small. Her mother rarely leaves the bucolic corner of horse country where the hadeed put down roots in two thousand seventeen. Malik bought a nearby farm. The shoot for this story. In early december at a studio in manhattan was the first time g g had left her daughter since birth yolanda took over caregiving duties even bringing her granddaughter along to feed the miniature. Ponies mama and mccoo. Gee-gee has no nanny no baby nurse. None of the traditional celebrity crutches of new motherhood during our interview the baby stayed with her father and zan's mother tricia who is visiting from england for a month to help she decided to completely take care of the baby alone says yolanda odd. And i think that bond is so important. The dutch former model turned real housewives of beverly hills. Alum was my welcoming party. When i arrived at the farm booming. Hello her arms wide on the threshold in. Camo print puffer and boots. I'm proud of her face on magazine but seeing her give birth was a whole other level of proud yolanda says you go from looking at her as a daughter to looking at her as a fellow mother. The natural transitions and generational shifts of new motherhood are at play in the household. It is a family happily influx on the sprawling. Thirty two acre property. The handful of cottages are designated for different siblings. But this summer. When g g moved out of her cottage into zan's house bella and brother anwar graduated to larger cottages leaving. The smallest is a guest house. We're still close by says she but we have our space to be our own little family. She hosted thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year with zero mother cooking the turkey g g. A prolific home-cooked herself made banana. Pi and baked yolanda favourite tatham. Bella occurred over stuffing and spiked apple. Cider in the kubota tv g g got her christmas tree early for the occasion dressing it with personal ornaments. That she and malik have exchanged over the years. The most recent being glass nintendo console a reference to a favor quarantine activity. I decorated fully. Without my mom's help. And i think i did her. Gd says they are tribe publicly known for their closeness yolanda the doting den. Mother gee-gee the fresh-faced protective older sister. Bella the edgier veronica deejays betty and aloof baby brother on war joining g g and yolanda in the kitchen for latinos and cinnamon rolls before a horseback ride eyewitness. These rules confirmed. Yolanda has the sink drinking a smoothie and finishing gee-gee sentences when she grasps for word g g threatens to have a connection if anwar eats her cinnamon roll when he ambles out of his cottage. But motherhood is a new phase and it will be up to g g to decide whether it belongs on the silhouettes of social media. I think she wants to be real. Online's as bella twenty four by phone from new york city but until her child wants to be in the spotlight and can make the decision herself. She doesn't want to put her in that position. Bela who splits her. Time between her. Soho loft and the farm and facetime with her niece and sister every morning says she already enjoys reading books. Aloud that jeeves to read to her including the rainbow fish and the very hungry caterpillar. It's pretty nostalgic. Bella says it could be argued that we are all hungry caterpillars this year cocooning and comforting with hope of emerging bright winged vaccinated g. G wants split her time between her condo and no-ho and the first class cabin of airplanes when lockdowns began she had just returned from walking fashion shows in four countries and discovering. She was pregnant on the other end of covid. She will emerge as a mother. Happily headquartered in rural pennsylvania. Still a supermodel. But one determined to lead more secluded less peripatetic life. I always want to be here fulltime. She tells me. I love the city but this is where i'm happiest furious. Speculation and countless think pieces have attended the question of what this time will mean. Will we slow down flee cities for less frenzied. More mindful life in many ways. Gee-gee the bodyman of such ideas. The sheiks glamorous version yes but also a person drawn to reassessment. It feels like now. I'm in a different place in my life. She says and she does seem genuinely at home
'The Little Things' stars Jared Leto, Rami Malek, Denzek Washington is a stirring crime thriller
"Denzel Washington Rami Malek and Jared Leto collide in the little things a mystery premiering today on HBO. Max, a jaded detective tracks a serial killer in the San Fernando Valley. It must really like my car. Do I was the trunk space. Denzel Washington gives a complex performance as a cop willing to bend the rules. Unlike his idealistic deputy, Ramsey Malik during a cat and mouse game with Jared Leto's creepy suspect, writer director John Lee Hancock has been trying to get a script made since 1993 feeling like a nineties thriller like the Silence of the Lambs. It's a shame it wasn't made back Then, as we've since seen the same concept done much better in seven Zodiac and prisoners. Still, I'm a mark for this John Rush trying to solve the case, even if we've seen it
"i. malik" Discussed on Currently On
"Good evening everyone and welcome to the currently on podcast. It is Wednesday July the twenty, ninth two, thousand and twenty. It is currently six fourteen PM central time. And I hate to be the one to bring some bad news but I do have some sad news to report. You may have already seen the news if you have well you. Then you already know about this I hopefully, I can offer something here that may be beneficial. If you haven't heard the news, I'm sorry to inform you that one of the founding members of the roots has passed away at the age of forty seven. Rapper Maliki be one of the founding members of the roots is dead at the age of forty seven. Some will will speak of, may speak of his devotion to Islam. Some people would talk about that others may talk about his innovation as possibly one of the most gifted emcees of all time. Some people May agree with that. A lot of people have a lot of different thoughts and a lot of different opinions. But I, think anytime when someone who has left us a body work you know whether it's movies or novels or music that one of the things we can do after they pass is at least take a few minutes to go back and look and appreciate the art that they left us and. To It's just a very important reminder to all of us life is short. I say that at the end of every episode of the of the currently on podcast life is short and we have to enjoy it when there's an artist that we love. There's an album that we love. We need to appreciate it and appreciate that artist and support them now because we don't know when they're going to be gone and here we all have be is dead at the age of forty seven. and. Now he has left us a body of work and if you've never taken any time to go listen to anything by the roots, listen to any of their albums. Let me point you to some of the albums that I think really highlight highlight maybe Maliki B.'s work maybe more so than others and You can you can find these games. I know they're available on. Apple Music I just looked to make sure they had their librarian looks like they have the entire library by the roots so you can definitely You definitely can can check it.