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ITN Live

01:58 min | Last month

"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

"That you definitely got some contact my telephones. What you doing, sir. Oh, man me. I'm I'm doing a whole bunch. It's so I'm really on a crusade to kind of bring division 2 football back in the state of California, but but I'm not but I believe that mechanism has been crazy. And I know it's a financial thing and the financial issue, but I really do believe I think Title Nine is a whole different discussion that kind of cut it off but I mean, I I really want to fill to bring it back because I know what it's done for me and my brothers took I went to division two school and play football with how we be able to do that. I think that mechanism in California has been kind of just cut off and I really want to figure out a way to kind of hopefully attract people and bring that back number two. I took my own non-profit and my own high school all-star game football game and I do I'm the sports analyst football on the state in San Diego for all high school football. So I'm really interested in and groove. At my non-profit helps kids from understanding how to get recruited from that not the division one athletes, but that D to Nei division three athlete he doesn't have the same Outlet or dead same web out here as anyone else. So I try to bridge that Gap where there's somebody going to school in the midwest or going to school back East are going down south help them in addition to those coaches and help them see their talents that they can offer those guys scholarships offer offer them opportunity to play play sports out there. So I've been really that's pretty much the main thing. I do outside the nine-to-five, you know and raising a family man. I'm pretty simple dude. I just, you know, try to grind out and want to help as many people as long as I possibly can never been loved it. So and I wanted everyone to say what it is that they do just for the audience to understand and see we've got two gentlemen with nonprofits. We've got a fraternity mentoring program. We've got Mister Bray see who is is out right now talking to a high school football team about positive mentality and positive attitude job. We are.

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ITN Live

05:38 min | Last month

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"Know it's great. Right because I mean that's what we knew Rob we have those timely birth. Conversations and sometimes they can get awkward. That's what we do. And so that's what the whole platform is about and just wanting to maintain the viewership, you know, I don't want to go too much longer than than 90 minutes. If you've got one problem the last question for your panel terms of maybe what we can do today and tomorrow to bring about some positive change or whatever case. I'll leave it up to you. I just kind of again want to be aware of it. Now. I want to lose the last five minutes before to let them be their platform. I mean tall boy and Mister Torrence definitely and you know, I'm going inside. I always loved to have the intellectual discussions and and battles cuz I like to see it from everybody's lens cuz I know my lens isn't always the right ones are wrong. I need to see it from a different view, but I want you to talk about what you guys got going on. And you know, how can how can the masses reach to you reach you guys or what you guys are doing so they can get a little bit better content on what on what's going on you felt you fellows? Well, I think that what well two things the conversation is you were talking about earlier Montel as far as wise. There's no hbcus here in on West Coast off their conversation. I think you should get some Educators and those who are involved with the community community services and then they can kind of help dial some of that in but as far as Sports and and you know in coaching, you know, the the the young people nowadays, I think they're starting to understand from a political standpoint where they are where they belong where they want to be. We have an opportunity to take that and use that and I'm all about educating young people and get them started early so we can talk to them about being athletes and what it takes to be an athlete. But also what will it take for you to be, you know, a positive citizens in dog? Ability and how to get back to your community and you can definitely do that by Athletics. I've seen a lot of kids who graduate high school or even college has come back to the community and has participated in there in a learning and life lessons giving back to kids. So there there is still an opportunity and now you can make good money you make money and You Know It All Sports now now you have track and field you can make money off and feel so now there's another opportunity to say do you want to run track? Here's the path to go that way same thing with basketball football baseball and off, you know, if we can find ways to connect organizations to each other. We have a lot of Silo and we have a lot of community organizations that are working with the youth working with with Mentor programs working with the city state and the county but you know, what you kind of do it like a spiderweb, you know, we can have a hub but we going to we can connect to all the other ones because What we do once a month, I need to funnel that young man over to another organization that doing something real quick that we're not you know, and how can he leverage off of that? And the other or other organizations could do that and not feel that you're taking away, you know my asset maybe those who are getting getting paid for the number the headcount wage, you know, so, you know evidence is going to be around it's how we just how we groom our young people in movie on into Athletics make money or if they don't make it or can't make it. How can they give back to the community and by using their Athletics as a core, you know to to for them to get in front of people teach kids teach adults and everyone else going forward. Great Cowboy episode. Oh God, I'm sorry. I was married before you go cuz there was a comment. Could you just wage? Have kind of the elevator pitch on what the alpha Academy is. The alpha Academy is a mentor program that we hold here in Sacramento my fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated. And we Mentor young boys from the age of eight to eighteen and that started years ago when we would go talk to young people and they didn't know what the NAACP was, you know, they didn't know what that acronym was. They didn't know what the Urban League was. So we started doing that and found that there was a lot of disparities and there we need to bridge the gap but these young kids and we also with that we raise money and we get scholarships up to the high school seniors and we're targeting young men. But we also give birth scholarship out to young women as well. So it's a mentor program that we're you know, we built out so they've been doing very well, but we also like to try to make sure we're dead. Expand that up to the rest of the community break tall boy rapper summer, man. So, can you repeat the question first? Oh talk about we talk talk about what you got going down people can reach you out of it. So I have a lot of things that are going on and I think Kobe that's kind of shut a lot of things down. So, of course, I create content. I have transitioned from creating civil liberty and covering events and seminars and conferences and to say I'm willing to help I want to help the small business customer out by creating.

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ITN Live

02:49 min | Last month

"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

"Hey College ain't for everybody what I'm about to go over here to pick up a m b l and I'm going to play one year two years over here cuz you have to be one year removed from the NBA. I think for football yet to be three years three years. So, where are you going to play at from a dead? Collegiate football level you have to go to college cuz there's no other resources for you to go that it's a pharmacist. It's a pharmacist. If so to answer that question its you're in college and while you're in college, they're putting you in these courses and all your and your trust in the coast and say hey, I remember I told Coach I don't want to do study hall. He said you could you give me a 2.8. Then you don't have to do study hall. He set the bar too low. I came with a three point cuz we had our culture to say hey, I'm going to take these classes. You're going to keep your grades up. If fans are but no you can't work. You can't go can't go get a job because you have to keep your grades up but in America now, we don't have the money and exactly you don't have the money. So so for me how I was able to get around that and this was just me thinking outside of my my my line of work. I had did a summer job. My first year I came home. I was transitioning from Cal State Fullerton to the University of New Orleans that second year. I did an internship with Macy's. No not not an internship. I got a job security for Macy's at the mall and then something I don't know. There was an internship program with BellSouth and it's funny because you know, they talk about a fast access adsap. So from a tip perspective they had this ADSL program that they were trying to get it out here in Atlanta. And when I saw the amount of money, it was paying for an internship off to get into that program and when I get to that program that summer money was my money for the whole school year. So then it was like, oh Bell South is is giving out paid internships. Now the question is can you find a paid internship because you're talking about a black man. That's eighteen to Twenty-One years old looking for capital or looking for money wage. We can be able to buy some shoes so he can you know, take a girl out on a date so he can have some money, you know, some pocket change to deal with whatever you want to have to find him that money. James has a daughter that's fifteen years old. I was going to college she's not an athlete but she going to be in Daddy's pockets as soon as you go to college because she doesn't have that job per se but Daddy got it. We didn't have that when we were in college. So we had to find a way and I ain't trying to be the broke brother cuz the cistern ain't trying to holler at you. If you ain't got.

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ITN Live

06:53 min | Last month

"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

"There's trainings their symmetry now, if you come from that from that mentality of I never had nothing and you get your first job Check of residence. And your first check is $250,000 as your first check. Yeah, the first thing you going to do is want to go out and buy the watch by the jury. Yeah that by by your mom I get all of that and and and then all of a sudden as they say, I forgot who who the athlete was and I forgot who the rapper was but it's a never-ending cycle. They all say the same thing. I had to put my boys on payroll. Well now like I think it was Paul Peirce. He says every time we went to a city it was eight of us. That means I had to pay for eight dinners. I had to pay for eight vehicles. I had to pay for it off when that check slows up such as a pandemic of what we're in now. Guess what that hey do I really need you on payroll? What am I bringing you along on this trip for what what she went value. Are you bringing you? Look at it LeBron James. He has everybody on payroll and whatever that payroll is not all I'm taking care of my boys and I'm paying real job. You know, you have a job. To do and once you do that job, you get paid accordingly for whatever that that market calls for as opposed to MC Hammer back in the day. He put everybody on payroll off now with his time is up. He took care of the neighborhood, but he didn't take care of him know and I agree. I agree to a certain extent. I do believe you're right. You said there's no excuse. I do believe I don't believe there's any excuse but still the message isn't being transcends the board because we're not doing that. We still have too many percentages that are not so either the message needs to keep being hammered home or we need to be figure out different way for them to learn because it's not all happiness Sports happens in in all those all those fascist. It's just that we have some what we're getting that back in the beginning but the bag in the end, there's not they're not holding on to it. And I know that's the financial literacy portion of it, but I need also he was also just investing this ourselves in our internet properly. We're being monetized off of a lot and we're not getting out we're not getting what we're being monetized for for that much and I just talked about in sports. I'm talking about in the real world as well. We have too many pop-up shops with t-shirts home. Be able to own clothing stores. We have too many we have too many, I believe are you are you at I think that's a great Hustle but I don't see no reason why we can't have we can't own a manufacturing part. Why can't we do offer already inside doing it your videographer. You also a lot of your content and Other Self know. Oh, you're conscious of people don't you two bones are content. Let's see if I tell it goes It goes down, you know, you have to take a step back because if you know teach young people financial literacy and Murphy asked asked a lot of people a lot of kids in high school and early college if they know how to write a check a lot of them will say no, but they know how to use cash cash app. Yeah, but that's my point. That's what that's my point. You're I'm getting to the same point. We need to invest in our own intellectual property or off or intellect investment and all those things when you enormously somebody you gotta go back go back and teach them early because at age of Twenty-One blackjack 12223 you can tell me a whole lot because I think I thought I knew it right. But if you don't call me at twelve thirteen fourteen years old and it's saying okay. How long have you have, you know a hundred thousand dollars. What's the best way for you to make more money? Because what happens is that we're too quick to get the money and we're too quick to say I can't wait ten years for this money to mature. I want it now or I'll take it now and I'll do something later with it, but we know later is never going to come so and so when you do you teach them financial literacy how to balance a checkbook don't look at Cash app, you know be able to able to manage your own money and how you manage that that money because we got a lot of entertainers athletes in in trouble. They let somebody else manage their money and they don't they just know they got money and so all they're doing is right checks and swiping swipe swipe swipe, right? So athletes needs to be dead. Able to do that and and still be able to have their dreams, you know, they still have to go to school and high school even after college when they're in college. You need to take those courses of someone off like, um, you know, as a motivational speaker Kevin one of the things that Kevin can do as he's talking to them and talk to them about, you know, financial literacy, but they've offered though those Court there's a Dennis Kimbro and Clark Atlanta he teaches that that he teaches a course, but I'm telling you what I mean, but when we sent all these kids allowed know, let's see here. Here's the here's there's a bigger picture on that. That's because when the parents aren't comfortable with those conversations and teaching them they're not comfortable with sitting down with their kids. So their kids aren't going to get some of that their kids not going to know so when we sit down and talk to them they kind of push back because first thing that we're taught as young people is if we look at our place But some guys if my parents can't help me or her parents don't care. I'm not going to really care and I'm not saying that all parents are like that. But when you have some of those who aren't comfortable with finances who are comfortable with writing letters who are comfortable with getting out and speaking you tend not to take your kids in those environments but what I'm saying, but what I'm saying is when you get to college and this and this is a deeper rooted issue than that than me because I don't know if this was for you as a track or maybe the football player they put me in cookie cutter classes in the beginning and then when I showed that I could actually handle, you know taking better classes back then or I said I'm signing up with this class myself then it was why did you do that? Because we have practice during this time and it was like, well, this is the class that I need to take that's on you to want to be able to say I'm dead. I want to get my degree you have a lot of athletes that are just saying I'm just only here to you know, do whatever it takes to so I can play ball. Look at Ben Simmons. He went to LSU came in from Australia went to LSU for 1 year. He had no intentions of going to school. He was there just for that one semester played that first and I think he would he would didn't even play the second half cuz he could Emily ineligible any became the number one of the number two pick in the NBA. So I mean he already had that mindset that he wasn't there to go to school, but he had to go to college route because playing ball over seas was not as popular at that time when he came out eight years ago as opposed to what it is. Now when you're seeing With The Ball Brothers saying.

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ITN Live

06:05 min | Last month

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"So for me when I was coming in track and field at the time you could make money. Okay. So once you're done with college or if you run, you know, you know unattached you do that for fun because you love the sport cuz you could not make money at the time. You just started making money until I think the late eighties but we have to also think about what's our next level. Okay, and so for me sociology, was it because that helped me understand myself groups of people my community, but I tripped over and fell into it. And plus thinking about you know, what's my next step because Athletics it's just not going to be that you have to teach young people to talk about those things because some of them get hurt and they're devastated and when they get devastated they shut down, you know my tell, you know, an athlete get hurt and he is no longer able to get back to the status of that. He was physically mentally and emotionally terrorism down. Okay. So being an athlete is fine and great. But what's your next step if you don't make it into that so that's why we have to push education rather is either going to college. It's going to a trade school, you know, you know some type of motivation and we have to talk to young people about doing that. Otherwise, we're setting them up to fail. And so if they don't have a passion like like Kevin Kevin has a passes he took a passion he wants to motivate he has that so he found that for him, but what about all of those who not sure of quite do for me when I was in school. I don't know what I want to do. I had no passion on anything other than hanging out so, you know to help them transition from high school to being a productive citizen to go on a college or even trying to go into the major league. This is one of those things that they need to do. They can have their dream to try to obtain their dream, but they also need to be able to have the know all to say, how do I reschedule? Virtual company, how do I research the money that I want to do? I want to be an Entertainer. You know, how do I research to do on that? Because what we found a lot of them research is talking to the boy next door or you know, or somebody who said that they've been in the program they've been doing that. So my research is saying I'm going to do what he did. He did it. He didn't have to do it. You know, one of the things that someone had always said that we hear every year. We'll Bill Gates see him. He didn't go to college. She didn't graduate, you know, we say but one of the things that he done he kept in his industry. She kept learning he took all the classes and drained so I've been an it for forty years, you know, and I work now I work for the state and you know James and I met a Hewlett-Packard, you know, but now I work at the stage as an analyst, but I'm still using that to Mentor young man, you know from a mentor to young man from sex States and some other young man's in your early on. How do you age Spots with the police. How do you respond to somebody in the interview? You know interviewing skills. Those are the court. Those are some of the Court things that they're going to need as an athlete because if you don't be interviewed gotta know how to speak, you know have to stop saying, you know, you feel me those two type of thing, you know? Yeah, I believe I believe what you're saying you teach them skills those life skills. They need to be in the community and whatnot. But I want to I want to comment on something. You said that I thought was it kind of struck me. We do need to invest in our intellectual our own individual actual property went by educating ourselves. Like you said by learning to trade or skill. I don't I hate the imagery that we have that we have in our communities. Sometimes it's very it's sometimes it's very negative and it's not very influential but I do believe this is black people in the generationals. We need to start to invest in our own intellectual intellectual property goes off. To say that I think that a lot of these young kids they want to be entertainers or musicians rappers or whatever. You want to call it. You know, they're this new generation Travis Porter post. I think that they are saying you know what I'm not going to give up my content as easily as maybe the SW v's and off the TLC back in the day this new generation is saying hey I can do this myself. I don't really need the bag from you per say now as opposed to back in the day. It was if you got a re-contract. I'm agree with you 1% Yeah. Yeah and how they got messed over. No one ever really explained that game from the late 80s 2222 2013. No one explained the game then when Travis Porter came out. It was like Hey, we're going to do our own thing and our time is now and we're not waiting for anybody argue with you for Thursday. We did at first but you right now the new generation is learning. No, no, no. No, they did do it first but the thing is they never shared that information with anybody. They just did it for the money. And and when they did it for themselves, they got the bag, but it was never that was never passed down to say ownership ownership owner of best. They can imagine. Yeah exactly. That's good. So but I'm thinking I'm even thinking more so cuz you're right it has transfer transcended in the music industry and learning that trade but I don't think it's transgender this as a whole even in even in athletics Sports. We still have professional athletes that go into the league and they come out they're coming out broke, you know with the bad financial management, but that's their fault though because in all honesty anybody that made in the professional level there's classes..

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ITN Live

04:27 min | Last month

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"The and the lady was introducing me and when she was introduced to me, it felt like dead. bottom of the nights runner on second and third two outs is my time at the plate. That's what it felt. Like once I was done delivering the speech. It felt like I hit a double in the gas to win the game. And in that moment. I knew that speaking was going to feel that competitive void of playing baseball and I put the the determination off the work ethic the focus and it took me sixteen years of trying to build my name and reputation locally to break through in the industry before the internet sixteen years of hustle sixteen years of focus in that 16th year a district saw my talent and it one day in one sitting at a school district. I booked up but no exaggeration. I'm not bragging a hundred dates in one day and that that means I'm going to speak at every one of their schools multiple times that year and that changed the course wage. Trajectory of my speaking business and here I am twenty-three years later still doing what I love to do. So young people watching this as an athlete you have some skills that are transferable that nobody else has so listen to what these brothers are teaching you because this is what it's all about that you go. Paul Boy song You Baby equipment to two things. I would love to definitely connect with you offline. Yes wage, but at the Toastmasters, who was that core audience, you know, what they were all older. They were all white. They were all older than me that was different generation and I was in there or been fired it was like who was I didn't I was doing know I was just talking and then probably come a couple of cuss words came out because I was wasn't polished them yet, you know, I mean baseball field but it was about fifteen or sixteen people that were most of them were older than me and a couple of generations older than me and they just were a audience that poured into me. Yep. Sent to me taught me the game loved on me and I I took off from Toastmasters gotcha. So I say that because I was watching a peace because I did some of the similar stuff you did back when I was at the radio station and I got pushed back here in Atlanta and I say that because I came into the school system and did something similar and like you said a feeling that felt like I hit that game-winning shot got that you know that game-winning dunk and then it was how do you grow from there? How do you take it to the next level and you've been doing it for years on top of years on top of years and you're not seeing you you're not seeing the results the results of that taking off by something that Eric Thomas said I was watching a video that he had said something about I don't go to African American schools. I go to the white schools that have a small population of African-Americans, but I'm out here motivating them a wage. Would help Propel him get to that next level and I wanted to pick your brain on there. And like I said, hopefully and I think for Me in Montana, if you could bring back that question for me bunch of what you had asked as Kevin. I think the biggest issue that you have is find like you said, I think athletes their top confident we're we're taught that there's no such thing as losing cuz all we know how to do is win. Now, you have to learn how to channel that win to say. You gotta what they always say you can win the game you can win the war you can win the battle but you're not going to win that on or around that for you and see to me. I feel like I have to win every battle. Yeah, and I have to win every war and it's just me and my girlfriend and tell you all day. She's like he got a win everything but that stay competitive spirit that I have. Yes, I don't take Hills. So now off. I'm getting older and it's like how do you learn and how do you transition because I have this confidence that ain't nobody Virgil is not going to beat me at right in the in this livestream have in the Sprinter, but they said I ran like a deer so I'm going to get.

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06:04 min | Last month

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"DJ from the conversation cuz I think it's an important conversation. And again as there was one of the premises for even having this discussion today. I actually ever since I talked to you about LL kind of taking some onus and saying how can I find song education to actually further on this conversation so someone in control someone that actually has some say in terms of how Finance to spend but then the state so we're going to continue this conversation, but I kind of wanted to bring back in just a little bit to make sure that we talk about So we've talked about struggle we talked about challenged. Let's talk about now the successes either that the formula of hat right? I kind of want to talk about some of the things that you're doing. Now that your boss baby over and what you're doing now to talk to the youth Spire that you bring about positive change and positive Focus inside and outside of of of Athletic Club and and how that relates to academics as well. Right because because everybody came like you say, everybody's not going to be on that on that 50 to man 53-man roster. Everyone's not going to be after on the field. Everyone's not going to be doing the UFC pay-per-view just watch it. You can talk with somebody in the head like that then you can but let's talk about some of that and and I think with that particular topic almost start with with mr. Bracey, and and I think we already dead is a loaded question is the softball, you know, what did you do one and your time sir? Well, you know what playing sports has has has taught me so much just about dead. Life and about myself and and I just if there's any young people watching this is where I that's where my Juices Flow there's any young people watching who who want to play sports and who are playing sports and and they're wondering how to sports transition into I don't want to say real life because playing sports is real life for some people but the theme everything that it has taken me I'm gonna talk first person it just taken me to to play baseball at a community college level play baseball at the division one level play some professional baseball and Canada all of those ingredients the the the practicing the determination and the discipline and doing the work in the offseason when nobody's looking and and that the camaraderie and all the things that it takes to make a team all skills. Those attributes are transferable. You can take those things and apply them anywhere else. And you're going to be successful in whatever it is. If you take what it take think about this tells you whatever it took for us to make our teams division one division to division Street. I believe it does not matter with those same skills can be applied to anything and you're going to be successful in most people don't have those. So just being an athlete put you in a different category. I know I remember when I was young wind it up that at the end of my baseball career two years or independent professional baseball in Canada. And I remember in my second year when we were on our bus trips going to all these little cities and playing ball man having a good time. I remember on those bus trips. I started thinking man. What am I going to do with my life? When I went when when when I'm done playing this game, what am I going to do with my life? I went to school here. I'd be I keep it. I didn't go to school to get an education. I went to school to play baseball education just came along. They were like, man. You don't got 20 units left. Might as well finish. Okay. Let me finish. Let me get this done. I did not care that much about my academics. I had my thoughts on being traded in the big leagues. So I'm thinking what am I going to do with my life? And here's what playing pro ball taught me and even college ball. That you can do what you love and get paid to do it. There was nobody in my life doing what they loved and getting paid to do it my people I love them but on Sundays everybody trying to find out how to catch a cold and not and call in on Monday and get one more day off after Sunday Night Football. So there was nobody in my world who I saw that loved what they did. So I said myself on that bus and this is probably why I never made it because I let a little inkling of Doubt Creeps in and started thinking about life after Sports and I said I am not going to settle hear me athletes if there's any young athletes listening, I'm not going to settle for something that I don't have a passion to do I'm going to find what I absolutely love to do off and just like Utah boy. Nobody's ever called me to book me and say hey, what did you where'd you go to school? What degree? Did you have? Not once I've been speaking for twenty-three years old boy not one song. Did somebody say what is your degree if I'm not saying? I'm not happy and grateful that I did it. I'm not saying that I'm just saying it's never happened to me. And as soon as somebody gave me a cassette tape y'all remember cassette tapes. Don't leave me out here until about the truck. I'll put a cassette tape in my home Pontiac Grand Am and I'll push that cassette tape in there. Somebody else to me when I pushed it in there. It was the voice of the legendary the Jackie Robinson emotional speaking. His name is Les Brown. We all know him. I've heard Les Brown voice for the first I didn't even know you could get paid to talk except for the Muhammad Ali and in the future, you know, it's a month when I put that tape in my tape deck and it got stuck in my tape deck. Think about I'm driving Pontiac Grand nail stuck in my tape that I couldn't eject it. I couldn't turn it off every time I turned it on his voice. Was talking to me and I said to myself right at my transition period from baseball to what I'm listening to this tape three months and my takedown you have money to get it fixed. I said to myself. You know, what all this dude is doing is telling his story. I see you I see I said to myself all this man is doing is.

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05:16 min | Last month

"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

"To learn from us. I want to learn from a man that's older than me that that's the same color as my skin because I can relate to him. I want to learn from a young lady the same comes my schedule cuz I can relate to them. They can understand my struggle my differences that I've been I'll go through I think and I think people that people other young people can relate to that as well. So just food for thought man. I really and you all Brothers is very intelligent you guys all know. How may I see the things Mister MC is my man talk about his hand on his mouth. He thinking you know, so I'm really I really like to get some perspectives on the time you gotta shoot that question to me a couple of days before so I'm a little research and we know the block. Okay, we came making sure we save that until June. Wanted to get that reaction. Yeah, cuz I mean I'm being be honest with you. I mean with the like again like with us being such a large economy and we give so much to this state not only just financially but wage. But culturally we give so much to the state of California, you know as a Black Culture as a brown culture. I don't understand why I'm trying I'm having a hard time understanding why they're not embracing this to allow us to educate themselves ourselves. Why haven't they they're not giving us a platform or a space in the state of California? Well, we can send our kids to go be around us. You know, I don't want my kid. My kids shouldn't our kids live in the middle class cuz you know, we've all make us some money doing good. Our kids shouldn't be afraid to be around other people when they're in, you know, cuz they're in a different a different economic situation, right? You know, they shouldn't be fearful that because when you go to that college or you going to have that we're all on the same level right? You can be rich or poor you still in the dorm room, right, you know, but we can learn from each other. We don't have that platform. We still have the divisiveness. I believe in in that situation so Best best to me that to me would be a huge investment in our culture a huge investment in our people if we could have something like that on on the west coast whether it be a Clark Atlanta, California or whether it be a Howard California does have to be something that's brand new maybe something that we branched off and they bring it over here Tom Watson, you smiling me what you got what you got going over there. Oh man. I mean, I just think at the end of them. They I think you got and this is not to be the the the elephant in the room at this think that black people one were not trusted with money quote on quote when it comes to certain things and I think it's who would be in charge who has the capital. And then can we get everyone to come together? It's no different from the new bank. That just came about with the Greenwood big here in Atlanta. And it's like, you know, you have a a new a new bank. And you know, how is that really going to look moving forward now that we have a a black-owned bank? That's a digital Bank. Shall we say, there's no difference this like who's going to be in charge of that right now hbcus are already struggling and they're asking for money from the federal government. Whereas a lot of these predominantly white institutions. I think they call them pwi's from my understanding. They did not they have that strong alumni where they pour back into it. And my thing is the cap is all about capital. And and do you trust me if you give me a two million dollars start and then somebody else gets me another 2 million. Am I going to funnel that into creating? Look at? Dr. Umar Johnson? No disrespect. To him, but where's that school that he said that he was going to break that he was going to build. So now you asking other people to put up money. They want to know that that money is going to go to where they to the resources that they say they're going to go to and I think that's what's holding you up for the the question that you're asking a biggie right? There is a financial financial responsibility and birth to bring it out here, but I truly believe I mean, you know, smarter smarter Minds Prevail and I'm not saying maybe start from the scratch. Like I said, why aren't we taking a blue from the Howard or Grambling or Southern and saying you know what they can have that as a West Coast even though that is more of an investment because they are they willing to share it off you're throwing it out there. So I'm just saying I'm thinking or or one of these other colleges be willing to share and say, you know, what we're going to do a branch when they're already struggling financially dead. Well, I would say I would say possibly not right now, but I'm saying right now in the state. We're in state of California in the state of mind. We are with with the black moving right now. Why is that even even being entertained and money and money that can be privately funded doesn't just have to come there. We have enough Millionaires and billionaires in the state of California that I think we can tap into that and that are in the entertainment in the high-tech world of that to see if they can bring that up but there's never even frustrated presented in front of them. There is nothing to invest in if it's not even there I'm speaking on the idea like now Beyond just the financial aspect what else is holding us back and and I like the dialogue 12 or so. We thought we can go. I think we need to figure out what why can it not be presented. Why should I be standing in front of the body? Yeah. So let's let me interject because I.

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07:43 min | Last month

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"If you recall call hbcus are very very small beyond that once you get that the Mississippi the west of the Mississippi. We don't have anything. So so I guess my question is cuz hbcus are predominantly in the South. There's no hbcus up the East Coast pass off young Morgan State in Virginia. You got Howard and they pass it pass, Maryland. Okay. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry sorry go ahead and take it back. You got you got you got you guys are Central Ohio. That's HBCU. But not in Wisconsin or Illinois and Nebraska, but they don't have I don't think their history is Richard in California. We have Oakland this right there the birth of the Black Panthers. We have a lot of Rich Black Culture history in the state of California. So I'm wondering why we have never pressed ourselves to have a HBCU in the state of California and I was going to ask you maybe the those wage Park Atlanta the more houses the the fans the Jackson State whoever were those founding members. Maybe they did not have ties out there in the California area or in the Utah Korea or in the Nevada area. Maybe they didn't have that, you know, and I would agree with you and I believe that's that's probably true back when they start first started but now we're here with a hundred years later. And now we do have those times those schools. We do send people we migrated out there to be as part of the school's I'm saying right now in this year this day and time right? We're in the two thousand. Why hasn't it been opposed to be developed like that? And I'm having a dog Guess I'm saying I don't understand with our Rich Heritage. Do we have in the state of California? You've been to California before with major cities like San francisco-oakland El Camino San Diego. We have such a diverse population. That's not such a growth. I mean a big welcome of population. Why hasn't it been presented and why why it's not been pressed and they kept away from specific line though. You gotta go with everybody is Kevin give me a perspective on it off your certain certain topics that that you know, I sit back and learn because I know you work with colleges colleges and college students a lot. So this is probably a topic that is heavy on your mind you think about it and you talk about it because you get a lot of kids that you're putting through to sending them to different colleges to play sports. But for me that question has never crossed my mind, especially now being Forty-Eight having graduated from college in nineteen, ninety six. So that's a question that I would sit back and learn and listen because I have no idea. I can't even in my mind. I'm thinking off. Okay question, then that never even crossed my radar so certain things. I just got to set my mouth up to sit back and listen. So that's one of those things because I have no idea. My question. I'm a I'm an elaborate a little bit on it because I feel I feel that it's such a big need but because we like I said, we we're such a dynamic investors in our community, right? This is Bob whether we spend a lot where where consumers right and we spend a lot of money on that. I don't understand why we can't in the state of California again fourth largest economy in the world, not the United States. We're in the world we compete with we can be twinsies. The United States is one of the largest college. So with this state alone something like that, which I was having so many black folks are so much Latina folks are people are brown-skinned here. How can we don't have something like that took her own. Where's the educational mechanism to get us into these things these trades these companies these partners because we have every industry in the world here from agriculture to cinema towards them. Ami to what? We have biotech engineering we have all the high-tech company issues. We have the we have political science where the state capital here. Everything everything is in California where everybody where else is segregated show me yes, you know certain things that we all these different states. We have it all here. But yet we have all this educational institutions and and and they attract predominantly different races. It is Faith. It does when it does but we have nothing for blacks or people with brown skin afro black whether you afro-latino black or not that we have. We don't have that here and I'm I'm really curious, you know to hear others. In other people's opinion why we don't know why hasn't been approached. I want hear from you co-coach questions, please please elaborate you been around for a minute to tell us what's going on. You know, I don't know, you know, I've no one has ever posed that question to me before and like I said, I never heard of an HBCU until I moved up north to California. I mean, I'm to San Jose wage. And only reason why the HBCU has come to come to play because I had a sociology teacher who was African-American was asking us about why we hang out near or did we consider HBCU and I sat there I say I don't I don't even know what that means. You know, so you bring up a good point. There's there's a lot of rich off of cultures here. I don't know about the funding cuz you know, I do know that with the with the predominantly white institutions, the percentage of African Americans are low in the African American male. So how do we attract them there because you know with the funding's with the money or or some type of a way to get into college and I don't know if if a HBCU will be attractive enough to pull them in from out of state because you know again you get a lot of dead. A lot of money from out-of-state students and so I don't know how you know how to kind of formulate that I need to kind of take that back and talk to my circle of networks you down and see what other you know other brothers are thinking about how here and just to kind of start that conversation cuz that's that's a very good that's a very good conversation to have off and just to kind of get the perspective of others what they think why there's not an HBCU here and I know War history buff and they could probably kind of chime in on this pretty pretty deep. Yeah. I've done I've done I've done a little bit of research on it and and I haven't been able to come to any conclusion or any answer to why except that one that hasn't been brought up, but I know I'm not that bright of the guy that's been the first person to think of that. So I'm sure someone else has thought of it and there's a reason why but I mean, I think something like that could be so impactful because I work in Corporate America. I work for 45 counter all the couples that work for my life have been fortunate five hundred dead. No the argument there is when I asked, you know about hiring black people for one in black males in particular. There is none. They said there's not enough qualified. And to go outside of the state cuz we can go to Atlanta and go get them. But who won the Atlanta is going to going to going to take $100,000 a year job or how to $50,000 your job and move to the to move to the Bay Area to have a roommate wage wouldn't get a hundred fifty thousand in Atlanta and they live like a king. They they got a mansion. They're fun over there. There's no need so that that transition is too hard. So why are we grooming our own in the state of California took to stay here? Because they're used they understand the Dynamics of the economy understand how it is. They understand how to maneuver within the economy when it when it's like that but we have nothing there for us. We don't we don't have any we have we don't have anything for us. So I think having California you're saying going out of state. I don't think we even need to go out of state. We should have an institution this here to spank them it they're mainly will accept you if you come out of state but we have enough student body enough enough black folks enough Brown folks too would feel that school would not a problem because they want to have the black they want to have the HP you experience they want to get the quality education and let's be honest with you. It's great..

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07:02 min | Last month

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"They had talked to my coach. They talked to that athletic director. They talked to the principal. They talked to two of my teachers. They called my dad from the time. I left the Cobo Hall to the time I got the Lansing and my dad when I got home. He says you can't leave home. That's a Friday and Lansing Michigan. You trying to hit them streets when you said five fifteen years old you waiting on this coach to call and at that time. It was Frankie Alan the legendary Frankie Alan and it was like I'm waiting on him to call cuz I'm mad cuz I'm ready to go run these streets with my boys and I came back. And the first thing he says is have you ever heard of TSU and I'm like no, he's a Tennessee and his words and I quote TSU is a fine University. I was seventeen to 1:17 to 1 and what female to me? Oh I'm going that was my project. I said book the ticket. I'm going so I got the phone. I called my dad and mom dad. I'm not going Cal State Fullerton. He said why not say cuz Tennessee State got a ratio 17 one. He said that's the only reason why you want to go you ain't going there. He's I'm not important, but I'm going to TSU and he said no you're not he's dead. Call Coach spoiler coach filters stayed on the phone with me for 2 hours and said you're a man of your word right you gave me your word you made this commitment, right and that's kind of where how I am today. If I look in the eye and I tell you something that was a Learning lesson at that time for me. But and I and it still holds to this day. If I tell you I'm going to do something. I do it. If I can't then I would be man enough to you. And I think that was my first lesson. As far as me learning that that's what it I mean, if you make a commitment see it through now, you might not might have to go back to piggyback or the circle back to what you were saying. The schools I mean no disrespect to my degree, but I never had to use my degree in the job or the line of feel that I meant, you know, I try to go into law enforcement that would have been great. If I would have tried to go in the medical field that would have been great. But I never went you don't need a degree to be a videographer. You don't need a degree to be an interviewer you you don't need em, but they do need HVAC they do need Plumbing. They do need electrical but you got to pick up that trade and when you think about the people that go to trade schools they make way more money than God bless you work for the Department of Education or you're an engineer or something like that. So I think that us as African-Americans they need to really identify what it is that they want to do and become their own bosses as opposed to necessarily saying I went to college in my humble opinion college is only this is my opinion. It's only there two Network. That's it. It's all about me meeting. You you and you and then how can we utilize our strengths together to help each other get to the next level or bring somebody else up now? That's my thought process on what I think college is all about and I greet you certain certain aspect go ahead construction. I'm going to go into something like construction. Okay. So, you know, I kind of agree with you on some of that if off track and field wasn't a sports wasn't in my in my future one of the things that my schools were doing was advertising wage trade trade school. And before I actually went to Long Beach City College L A Trade Tech is where I was thinking about going because I wanted to be an x-ray technician and so, you know H bag x-ray tag, you know Plumbing Heating and are those are those are things that we were told we need to do wage. Cuz very often and I don't know about you guys when I was young all I heard was you're good at your hands work with your hands, you know, they didn't encourage us to go to school. They didn't encourage just to really think and use our brains, right? And first thing I was thinking, okay, I'll go do a trade or Sports. What sports got me in college, you know that was never in my in my future in my opinion, you know, but it got me in college but going to a trade would have been helpful for me because I wanted to be a technician because I know I can go and work with the sport teams, you know, so that was my whole idea on that and then which talking about colleges we didn't have college fairs in my home and my high school, you know, I never heard of an HBCU until I got from San Jose State, you know, so we they didn't talk to us about that at least in my school. We never had any of those type of dog. But it was more of talking to others networking with people, you know, for those who are outside of our community. You know me. My biggest thing was to stay out of the banks stay away from the games. And that's why my dad kept me at the gym, you know, taught me how to protect myself but I wanted something else and I didn't know what that was. But then once the track and field got out of Los Angeles in A Whole New World opened up for me exactly. That's kind of where I was going like with the with the mechanism part that mechanism that attracts you I'm a kind of transition to something special for you can before you have to leave. I know your time is oppressed. So with that being said are all week all of us from California are all reside in California right now, or I'm about to ask you there. I live in Atlanta. I live in the only one that went to California and y'all suck. But okay, so being being from California and like I said that mechanism that they've been taken away from us. I was talking to James before before this whole thing last week. Why is there not a HBCU in the state of California? Wow, because we have everything. Every mechanism that should be HBCU we have the history. We have the culture. We have the dynamic culture. We have every we should have the money given to us as a black community to be able to have that kind of institution each of those people that do want to go to school. We should be able to have a self-fulfilling place where we can teach our own have our own have the black college experience which is different from Mortal white college. Everybody knows each different experiences, they're positive or negative. However, you may feel it. But why do we not have that in the state of California? How can we have not as a community or those people as coaches as administrators, press that issue at all took us to have that kind of mechanism for us to attract our youth because we know we're we're losing a lot here in California, especially young men were losing those those guys a lot to whether it be the system to whether it be the streets to where they're be just cheese opportunity. I would I would love to be able to hear you guys as opinion. Why would why how come we don't have it as of right now why we don't have it right now and I can we get to that point. I think the farthest and and don't quote me on this. I think the part of this HBCU is either Texas or Oklahoma bombing got Langston in Oklahoma got Texas college in Texas and both of those are very very small..

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06:36 min | Last month

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"And actually you taught me more about people than I have learned kind of on edge all hanging out with my friends cuz a lot of my friends really didn't have any directions they were just kind of there and I wanted to leave our way. I loved l a I grew up out there but I didn't want to stay in LA and San Jose State was my ticket to go. I didn't know how it was going happened, but that was my ticket to go out there and I'm glad I did because I think that was probably the best decision I made Because I don't know what will happen to me if I stayed in Los Angeles, so that's kind of my first story. That's that's that's great. And I like everybody's in divorce story because it's different and I'll go mine real short mine's is different. I went to I went to go ahead and I played it humble state division 2 football at the time when I was small super small. I was a little guy took 5916 T, but I could play football. I hit and that that was a school that really they were very persistent with me. So they recruited me. I got a letter about other schools. I got interest from a lot of other schools, but humble really pursue me, and and I landed there probably wants a great experience probably ever had in my life because I was able to get away from Sacramento and I was able to grow like a man down here and all you guys are stories. Are you guys want division one? I want D to but this is what I want to I want you guys to think about what you'd upon it. I want to kind of say leg went into this each mechanism that took you guys to school or home. An ism that attracted to those schools was all similar to us as a sport. Right. So the basketball baseball for Kevin track track for you. Mister Torrance me football now want you to imagine something that mechanism is cut off. Would you go to that school now being recruited not somebody come and talk calling you anymore? No, no nobody talking to you about it. Would you go to New Orleans? Would you go to Utah would you go to San Jose State wage to Humboldt if they never ever contacted us or never had that mechanism. They're attracted to that school. My quick answer is no cuz I didn't even know you existed Minds know to I would have never went. What about you Mister Mister. Oh boy. Would you live in new? I never heard. I never heard of off lately. What I said and and University of New Orleans. It was who you know, you know, like wage know you and know and if you say uno I get mad and you say you know for this is in fact, no no I'm saying so absolutely absolutely. Oh, so no, I never heard of San Jose stayed. I didn't know where San Jose was. The only thing I'm in California, I knew was Oakland and San Francisco. I know anything else in between there outside of Bakersfield and Fresno got it. So I wouldn't I want to khong Closing so so I'm I'm leading to that. I'm leaving that that part of discussion because as we know I think I think this is African American men, especially in the state of California. There's Ben mechanisms taken away from us to attract us to schools and most predominately has been Sports, you know, I mean in particular have a passionate about because it's full ball. They could football out from a lot of the division two programs just like they're cutting programs now, actually they'll just cut their football program. I believe there's some other division one programs that our staff is talking about cutting some of their programs as well those mechanisms that attract us to go to these schools outside of anything else is now are being cut and I'm five and a hard time myself babbling how the fourth largest economy in the world. Which our state schools cannot afford cannot cannot fund these programs to keep that mechanism going to attract us to those schools because as we all know all of our dreams will become Pro whenever we want to be the professional be the best edit either go to Olympics play NBA play Major League Baseball play NFL football, but when we did make that we became Pro something else Kevin's a motivational speaker and he's dominated life coach towards your coach and your I'm pretty good Dynamic table. I'm sure your dynamic in what you're doing and I'm an analyst at a at a fortune five hundred company, but those mechanisms now are no longer there for the next Generation. They're not there for jobs anymore, you know or certain sports are not there anymore. So in my humble opinion and I may be wrong about this, but I don't think that college is really for everybody. I think that they need to really pick up a trade because we as African-Americans if you don't play that good old boy system with them then what job are you going to get? But yep? You know how many I grant you the college is not for everybody. The opportunity to go to college is for everybody to be there. Well, send me off but then when you go yeah, that's a good that's if you want to go. Well, yes. Like I said, my dream College was FAMU, so I wasn't trying to go to FAMU to go play basketball. I just wanted to go to fam but me being up in Michigan. I was going to have to find a way to get there. And like I said the funny story about family you as they have the black college fair in Detroit and not go down the Cobo Hall and all the hbcus all come and I with every year stand in line for FAMU and I got disrespected my senior year and it was like, I'm not going to this school, you know, it was I stood in line my sophomore Junior and Senior year and they said Oh, come back next year old come back next year that senior year. I came back with letters of regiment letters of recommendation. And I am a resume. I had everything lined up waited in line patiently the man took my paperwork and he threw it on the desk and said okay, he saw a pretty girl right behind me or whatever and he wanted to talk to her. So me I went to go sit in the corner. And when I sat in the corner the TSU representative from Tennessee State saw me and said hey, why are you sitting in the back on the came here for one school? And she said what school was that? I said TSU. I mean, excuse me family and she says can I see your paperwork? I showed her my substitute. This is really impressive and she would you mind filling out the application. I'm going to I'm going to waive all your fees. What say you do whatever you want. I'm not coming to you by the time I already knew that I had a Cal State Fullerton scholarships. I wasn't trying to be pushy or anything like that when I left Detroit and got back to Lansing No Lie, they.

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"He was a boxer he still training now, you know five times World Boxing Hall of Fame and I didn't want to suck and so I play baseball. So by the time I got the high schools, you know, some France was going to play try out for football. They all Play Pop Warner football. I never played. And I went there because I didn't want to box only time I went to the gym is you know, go clean up and hang out and that's where my dad kept me off the streets but boxing just wasn't one of those things off. So I learn that I can run I can hang out with you know with the with the older guys and run with them. And so and I got my high school. I started running track and she caught me a little bit out of my shell, you know, I was very quiet and shy but it got me a little attention and then I was able to travel a little bit to other schools and kind of see little things outside of my bubble. So, you know, I ran track in high school and did very well and then College this was contacted me, you know to come to school and I didn't want to go to college but my dad told me you go to college get a job will go to the military. Well, I didn't want to go to the military. I don't know what I want to do for a job, you know, cuz I wasn't interested in much. So I decided to see if I can go around track and then Long Beach City College was building their teams and they called me over to come in and run with them. And so he told me off till you decide what you want to do start your education and come run with with us because I didn't really know how those things would have worked because I want a city championships. So everybody was contacting me to come and play football and run track and I didn't quite understand, you know didn't really have a mentor to kind of tell me about this and when I was in high school coaches just was concerned about winning. The Championships that was about it. And you know when I went to high school this was back in seventy seventy eight seventy-seven seventy-eight didn't really care much about you long as she was an athlete and you were doing some good things. So track and field got me to Long Beach and then, you know, after two years of that I started to get letters and notifications and you know, we travel, you know, people were taking me around but USC and UCLA was the two schools. I wanted to attend I went to all the USC football games and all that UCLA basketball games. So I want to go to those two schools, but the problem is is that Sprinters at the time was a dime a dozen. Everybody has sprinters and everybody wants to be a sprinter's and they wanted hurdlers, you know, four hundred meter Runners and and I was a decent four hundred meter Runner, but I was dead primarily a true Sprinter. So long story short colleges was coming to the house talking to my parents Kansas brought me out to the exam pist and was willing to give me a full ride and it was beautiful campus. You know, Cory, they had the girls out there. It was awful nice out there, you know, enjoy myself until I ask how cold he got the know let me take let me let me start that over they show me they're indoor track and I don't understand. Why do you have it indoor track? Okay, but remember I never left California. I've always been in California. So you didn't need indoor stuff outside of the you know, the indoor meets wage. And it's all gets so cold sometimes, you know, you you know, you can't go out and run. That's what we'll how cold does it get? Oh, oh no thirteen to Fifteen below zero and I decided to know it's not where I wanted to go. USC was offered me, you know partial scholarship USC was offering partial my parents just you know, we just don't have the money for that. And then San Jose State popped up out of the blue and they I think they came out to LA like six or seven times. And then when they say it will give you a full-ride. You don't have to pay for anything. That's what got me to San Jose and as you know, and as I started running, you know using my training I got from Long Beach cuz I think long City gave me the best training I've ever had, you know, we did a whole bunch of other things so that had my mentality to say track and field is it so I I learned they're not only affects how to how to study in school and stay in school keep my grades up but it also learned me taught me to be competitive. And so when I came to San Jose State, you know, it was a little intimidating because they were known as speed City and you know, all the greats went to San Jose State. So, you know, I was still kind of learning about running and how how you know to hang with everyone else. So I had a good year a good couple of years of San Jose State and you know, really enjoy my college life. From you know, the junior college level to the university level and so track and field, you know, that was been been in my blood is in my blood now. I'll sit and watch it all day. Even the walk racing. I'll sit and watch walk walk racing. My wife don't understand why I sit I was going to sit there all day. So, you know that kind of set off the the basis for me with sports and.

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"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

ITN Live

05:20 min | Last month

"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

"Did you have after the graduation you got your family all come over all that was all in the same day. So just imagine how big of a day it was coach calls me on July 9th and said Happy Birthday. You're now Cal State Fullerton Titans. Let's go. I couldn't even fifteen sixteen. So I just could not get that Seventeen. I just cannot get and he finally called me two days before my birthday and said you're now officially a Cal State Fullerton Titan. That was one of the happiest moments of my life. You thinking Seventeen about the term eighteen? I was headed to California, you know, the old saying your parents are you gotta get out of your house when you turn eighteen so that Friday my best friend takes me to a strip club in Lake Jackson wiegold. I ended up leaving that strip club going to Toronto to play in the All-Star game. And then after that All-Star game, I was on a flight to California that month. So some in my in my journey started there. I've never shared this story with anybody. So this is some exclusive content James. I got caught up in a gambling situation and Cal State Fullerton with somebody offered me some money to throw a game and I did the right thing. I told the coach it made front page of the LA Times the Orange County Register all of that and here I was offered some money and you know me not knowing the situation right the coach kind of, you know, people were the media was knocking on my door Cody and I I didn't know how to handle it and I told the coach the situation and instead of I was a freshman starting. And I would a true freshman starting so they would I had went out there they were going to Redshirt me, but I had excelled so well that they allow me to start or I had learned that chance to start and then here I was getting playing time and then when that gambling situation happened he bench me and to me I just told him I said, you know, that's it. I'm out and when I did my project to go to the University of New Orleans as I was looking at my next I said, I'm going to get all five of the schools in the University there that shows as corny as this may sound crazy choosing New Orleans because I was on a plane with Master P and I wanted to get did you not want to play Master P. I got the hookup had just came out and I had my my idol. I had my first tattoo with the No Limit Tank. Come on my first tattoo and here I'm on the plane with Master P and he's like, why don't you go to LSU? Why don't you go check out? Suno or Southern and how about I only know you want to know because my assistant coach at Cal State Fullerton is here and because he's here I'm going to go, you know, see what he's all about money. He gives me his number and the next day on my visit. He says I said, can I call Master P. I got this number I call it says No Limit Studios. I said, my name is Corey Saint Louise. I'm looking to speak Master P. They said oh, he's been waiting on your call. He gets on the phone and he says I'm having a limo to come pick you up up at Lakefront Arena. I said, hold on. Let me ask the coach. It's okay. The coach says what I really wanted to spend some time with you and I knew I was out there on a business trip. So I had to tell Master P which I think that worst move that I ever did but I told Burt thank you for the opportunity, but I came out here on some business and I need I need to understand and get to know this culture especially about used to come out here and Ed. That weekend was Silkk the Shocker his graduation party and so they were really they turned the city up and I'm I missed out because I went to go do a visit now the coach took me to the Saints practice facility to meet Ricky Williams. Who was the biggest thing at that time and I got a chance to meet Mike Victor, but I didn't care about football. I wanted to be with Master P. So so I ended up going with University of New Orleans and and I did that because of the relationship that he acted like he cares. Whereas the coach over at Cal State Fullerton did not the coach that recruited me off our last game of the season. He told he got me in his car cuz you know, you can't ride in the vehicles with the coaches. He put me in the story cuz I'm going to take you home. He says I'mma tell you this she says I'm not come back to Cal State Fullerton next year and he says I only came back this year because you reminded me a lot of me and I felt like you needed one year of me grooming you and with that being said On that coming back. I think you have your wings this time for you to grow and I say if you're not here, I'm not here and that was what transitioned me to go over to the University of New Orleans so long. Wow, that's amazing. How about you Mister Lawrence? What attracted you to school a couple of events one of the things that baseball was my sport I played baseball from the time I was in the third grade off until the time I graduated from high school But I grew up in the box and the environment my dad's a boxing trainer..

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"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

ITN Live

03:25 min | Last month

"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

"Opportunity and I'm honored to have old folks on the platform today. So please engage and ask any questions. So with that let me bring this esteemed Panel online wage. What's going on in the in the amazingness of you know of what I got here? All the spring season with us right here off the Record. Hey, I hear somebody's Pitbull back there barking trying to get you know some about that dog, and I'm not going to pay that. Let me start by saying again. First of all, thank y'all gentleman for joining. Thank you for having this conversation this actually stemming from a conversation. I have a list of my boss Alan there, start with the introductions with with him. And if you can tell us your name where you coming from your store and or college at you play for post at home. I think we get to his more for the content go to have on the start watching. Absolutely. My name's Monto Allen from Sacramento, but you know reside now down to Southern California went to Humble State proud. Bojack, I'm supporting the San Jose State since it was just up there practicing using or utilizing our field and our facilities. I run. I run a company called NBA sports, which is a non-profit that helps young young brothers and Sons just get give intruded and go through the recruiting process of trying to post-secondary degree. Awesome, sir. I was just looking at you. But you just right they're blinking and you got your Marquee behind you we could get it to you. Just give us up. Last name is Kevin Bracey off from Sacramento Montel. Allen is my brother and because of Montel Alan giving scholarship The Humble state to play football. He put the vision and me because he was a year ahead of me that it was possible for me to leave made for hurting high school and play play baseball at the next level. So Kevin Bracey baseball player with firm hide from from Mesa Verde High School to American River College scholarship to the University of Utah couple a professional baseball in Canada today. I'm a motivational Entertainer speaking Elementary Middle High School colleges corporations doing what I love motivating people in entertaining them at the same time with the same Spirit of an athlete, but I couldn't do the same thing. I'll pull ahead me if I try to your time as a little bit faster right now. It's lower right now. Import and again, I want this to be aware of, you know, we going to be cognizant of your time which you gotta go out there and do that motivational entertainment today with the group of young men. So you want to make sure that we be cognizant of that off. Thank you, sir. Let's talk to talk to you sir. How you doing? Corey Sanders, I go with the tall boy content creator went to get started out at Cal State Fullerton on the basketball scholarship transferred to the University of New Orleans was where I was able to get my degree from their played a little while in the minor leagues play professionally overseas. Once that time was up and then fell in transition radio marketing and now I create content. That's what I do. Nothing wrong.

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ITN Live

03:14 min | Last month

"itn" Discussed on ITN Live

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Age of Calamity Is a Hyrule Warriors Sequel and a Breath of the Wild Prequel

Nintendo Voice Chat

07:06 min | 2 months ago

Age of Calamity Is a Hyrule Warriors Sequel and a Breath of the Wild Prequel

"And welcome to Nintendo voice ITN's Nintendo podcast. I'm your host Casey Freedom in this week I'm joined by Brian Tano. Hey, Lee. Back on that from games come. Hey what's up? Hairstyle. So here. I am also here I'm also here well, I got I got busted I was still working when the show started. So a lot of people will see what I look like when I'm typing emails. I. See. Her. But this week, we will be talking about higher warriors age of calamity, how we really feel about Super Mario Three D all-stars being limited release in ramifications behind that move and of course about how much it costs but I believe the obviously the biggest news this week I mean besides some other big news but we don't really care about that on the show is higher warriors age calamity. Is Coming on November twentieth. Your. Game. I mean in it comes out the day after Cyberpunk I'm not happy about that. Yeah that seems like a mistake. Yeah. So I will I will say that like this was this was a surprise for sure right like this is in a in a year full of things leaking constantly. This was pretty awesome surprised to find that there's essentially a prequel to breadth of the wild coming to Nintendo switch. If, I just defined as that than. Most excited man in the world but this is a game in from tecmo Koei. It is a a warrior style game akin to hurry warriors and viral. Euros is that was called. which is Great. If you wait is it let's get that. Right? Is it heroes the one on the phone or is heroes the one? I ever warriors is the one on on. Okay I see you out there. Firing them sub. Read it. Relax. We got it. Right. Thank you. Thank you for having my back on that one pair your. That's happening. You saw. WanNa drought. Running back if you wanna see pair absolutely roast Brian Yeah No, you totally left me at the dry there. You're know if I ever move on a call Atkins accent come over and helping move and not you because you were not close friends. Resent. It is really difficult to keep the names of the warriors franchise straight right they. They're all of these games are so different in name. Yet they're all part of the warriors. Franchise. Dynasty. High rule yet and Hans maybe the fire emblem game is called find bloom heroes. Okay No, it's warriors. Okay. Let's move on. Somebody offer discord call. I WanNa worry a warriors game. So I from what I've been seeing overall people have been accepting this overall positively I think if this was part of a bigger directs I, think people would have seen the beginning of this thought it was brought to the while to and then been kind of like. Hey. Can I don't know taken by surprise? It's not what they're expecting but because they were upfront, it was a standalone announcement. It's able to kind of shine on its own and not to be in the shadow of what people really really wrong because now it's just a cool bonus. I understand why they did it the way that they did, but I have to say that. Having our Numa start this statement by. We know that people have been waiting for news about breath of the wild for a very long time. It's so cruel what A. Roller coaster of emotions man that was like Oh. My God Oh, I see I see. I, for some reason I did not I was not expecting any news on Zelda and so when he appeared I'm like Cool Zelda pick cross or something right? Like he I instantly when I saw him I somehow instantly knew it was going wasn't going to be the the sequel but I thought they handled the announcement really well, you know they set the set the stage saying it's GonNa be a while until you hear more information about the next game, but here's something to you over and. You know like I played the last Jairo Warriors, fired it up the you know. Yesterday and played a bunch with my daughter and it's like these games are good. We gave them seven Slat think Casey you reviewed one right. So Jose reviewed the original gave it a seven I. reviewed the definitive edition on the switching. Gave it a seven point five for good I know that our scale doesn't. Follow that anymore. But if I had to either up down, I, would honestly probably bump it up to an eight down to a seven. I, think the amount of content in that game is astounding even though it is kind of repetitive I mean it's Musso game for Games, Dynasty Warriors. You're just fighting hordes of enemies, but with highrise finish edition you you got like thirty one characters and right off the bat you had sixteen to choose from, and then on top of that, the story is actually. Even, completely off the wall in bonkers ridiculous. It was still pretty There's a to it and there are a lot of really interesting. man I'm drawing a blank cut scenes that kind of gave more personality to allow the characters and they brought characters from all of the different Zelda game. So I really enjoyed it and on top of that, you got a regular legends. Zelda map to explore where you could. There's a lot to go read the rape. Yeah, it's an. replaying it I. I was struck by how much fun it is. It is fun to just kinda slash these hordes of enemies and like get bigger specials and you know switching between characters unlocking more. There is a there's a lack of the final tweak and finish that Zelda Games known for right like just even the way the camera fields is just super. Janki to me like by default he can tweak a lot in this game, which is great. Right? Like everything just is a little Jane he still. Including the whole like I've mentioned this before it sometimes feels like a Zelda imposture thing you look at the characters saying something is wrong with the way they. Look and all of that but as a silly. Game it works and then case you exactly right. It's like this game is all about volume. It's all about like hordes of enemies and it's all about hordes of rewards like when you finish level, it's almost like this like giant treasure chest monster comes forward and just barth items out it's just like you. Blew. You finish a level has just list after list of these things in you hitting the button to get through all of them right? which is completely different from Zelda game where it's like you find the hook shot and it's like this momentous occasion that's you over the next two hours. Like to me Zelda has always been about I think most people about you know exploration

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Baldo Looks Like Zelda Meets Ghibli... and We're Here For It

Nintendo Voice Chat

02:49 min | 8 months ago

Baldo Looks Like Zelda Meets Ghibli... and We're Here For It

"We actually finally got an intendo direct. This week it was up into world showcase so we got to learn about a bunch of different games. I just wanted to start with asking. What's everyone looking forward to who sign? Brian obviously has one type super excited. The name Baldo. You never so rude as unbelievably rude. That's fair you know. I keep up that attitude. Maybe you'll be excited for one day to parents. Although I am. Do you make your all excited for Baldo? I think one day Baldo will come for us all but yeah I this to me was the highlight. This game to me was the standout of the direct. Apparently this has been known quantity for about a year but I just completely missed the boat on this last. So last year I think someone on facebook took ITN's trailer and shared it and that bootleg trailer did millions of us. Yeah so we have a a pseudo preview from John Ryan last from last year may twenty eighth where he talks about You know just the gameplay trailer this is the same trailer that ran in the direct yesterday. But the the thing that struck me about it it's like this looks like a level. Five Game Jimmy. It looks like something straight out of. Ghibli like the cats with these giant cauldrons. And there's like big robot dudes and I you know the the game plates me. Obviously we don't really know a ton about it but it looked like old school Zelda. You know it kind of reminded me a little bit of yes remember. Hob that game. Ha Yeah Yeah. It kind of looked like the style where you're looking at a kind of an isometric view and solving puzzles minimal combat petting dogs meeting interesting characters and honestly that game looks gorgeous. It's same sort of Cel. Shaded Watercolor style of the studio Ghibli film in like. Yeah that was the one to me that like popped out and and really stuck with me. I tweeted about it yesterday but like this game is coming in the summer and I can't wait like it looks. The developers specifically said they wanted to marry their favorites action adventure. Rpg Zelda like games with their favorite Famous Japanese animation which can only be studio Ghibli and they wanted to make a game that had both aspects together. I think from what looks looks like believe that I mean we have to play it to know for sure that they've captured the charm in the enemy shit and the gameplay that they were going for but it looks great.

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David Cameron says Brexit makes him depressed.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:56 min | 1 year ago

David Cameron says Brexit makes him depressed.

"Coming up on the nears a former PM David Cameron has revealed Brexit makes him depressed. US Air Force lodges crews at Donald Trump's Scottish resort it up to forty times and EPA makes rollback of clean water rules official. It's Friday September timber thirteen. I'm Anthony Davis British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Listen and European Commission President Jean-claude Janka will hold talks next week to try to break the brexit impasse as both sides seek to avert what could be a disastrous no deal departure. Ymca said he was hoping for some alternative proposals but wasn't optimistic at resolving the stalemate. The meeting getting comes as lower level. Brexit negotiationms have produced no visible signs of progress as the deadline nears although e you negotiators say they believe Johnson is he's actively pursuing a deal the case stumbling block remains the so-called Irish backstop maneuver to prevent both sides from putting in a hard border between between Ireland which is in the EU and Northern Ireland which is part of the UK. The Irish Prime Minister warns that the two sides are still very far apart despite despite recent reports of progress in the talks the former prime minister who masterminded the Brexit Referendum Twenty Sixteen David Cameron has revealed is brexit makes him depressed and accuses Boris Johnson of trashing the government with his campaign to leave the EU in an interview before he's book book hits the shelves. The former prime minister explained how he thinks about losing the referendum every single day what the consequences will be. He also says a second referendum may be necessary to break the deadlock and criticizes Boris Johnson's move to parochial parliament and strip twenty-one torey. MP's of the whip for rebelling he said he had been under political pressure to hold a referendum in twenty sixteen because there had been a series of treaties and the issue was not going to go away and he thought about it more than any other decision he made in government. He reserves his most stinging criticism full. He's full Matori colleagues. Michael Grove move and Boris Johnson who were instrumental in the votes leave campaign. He said the pair had left him feeling like he was in a quagmire in the book he calls g-o-v Mendacious and says the behaved appallingly the US Air Force has launched cruise at Donald Trump's Scottish resort up to forty times since two thousand fifteen a figure that is far higher than previously actually known the figure does not indicate how many of the stays have occurred since trump became president but the air force has significantly ramped up its overnight stops in Scotland under trump trump after signing a contract with Prestwick airport situated twenty plus miles from ten brain the F. Osa said the refueling stops at Prestwick and all related overnight stays are well within Pentagon guidelines. Prestwick frequently books the Air Force crews lodging at turnberry the airport acknowledged a statement and often arranges for their transportation to and from the resort the US House oversight committee has been investigating military expenditure at and around ten since the spring and is threatened to subpoena officials in an attempt to get more information from the Pentagon the trump administration is changing the definition of what qualifies as waters of the United States tossing out and Obama irregulaties that is enhanced protections for wetlands and smaller waterways. Yesterday's rollback is the first step in a process that will allow the trump administration to create its own definition of which waters deserve federal protection a new rule is expected to be finalized this winter the EPA already finalized forty sixty regulatory actions under trump with an additional forty five actions in development triggering lawsuits from conservation and environmental organizations Swedish teenager Greta Tune Berg who shot to global fame for inspiring worldwide old white students strikes to promote action against climate change to commission to Donald Trump's doorstep today with a protest outside the White House hundreds hundreds of mostly young people gathered across the street carrying signs reading people or Prophet and warming chanting. This is a crisis act act like it and businesses usual is not enough the demonstration marked the first high profile event of her six day visit to Washington intended tended to pressure the trump administration ahead of United Nations Climate Summit where world leaders will be asked to ramp up their carbon cutting ambitions to fend off global global warming which trump has described as a hoax you can subscribe to the the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave a review on ITN's and follow us on twitter at at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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US asylum rule denounced as inhumane.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:52 min | 1 year ago

US asylum rule denounced as inhumane.

"Coming up on the nears supreme in court action on asylum rule denounced as inhumane trump administration plans to ban flavored e cigarettes and while way chief offers to share five Gino. How for a fee it's Thursday September twelve. I'm Anthony Davis the US Supreme Court has allowed the government to severely limit the ability of migrants to claim asylum in the US the policy bars people arriving at the US southern border from seeking protection if if they fail to do so in a country they passed through on route legal challenges continue but the ruling means for now it can be enforced nationwide. The plan will affect tens of thousands of Central American migrants travel north often on foot through Mexico coming migration levels has been a key goal all of Donald Trump's presidency and forms a major part of his bid to re election in twenty twenty. He hailed the Supreme Court's decision as a major victory the change includes but is not limited to those from Central American countries who have made up the vast majority of those seeking asylum so far this year some some eight hundred eleven thousand people were detained on the southwestern border up until the end of August this year and of these nearly five hundred ninety thousand will from El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras the majority arrived with at least one other family member many of those arriving are fleeing violence aw poverty on arrival they must pass a credible fear interview to seek asylum in the US which most do the rule will also affect smaller numbers of African can Asian and South American migrants who arrive at the US southern border and seek asylum many off to taking extremely dangerous journeys on the nine Judge Supreme Court liberal leaning Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor dissented from the ruling the trump administration will not be granting temporary impre- protected status to the people of the Bahamas fleeing the decimation of their islands by Hurricane Doreen in the White House announced. It is preparing to ban flavored e cigarettes as federal health officials call for restrictions to combat an outbreak outbreak of a mysterious lung disease that has sickened hundreds and killed at least six people the Food and Drug Administration is currently finalising its guidance to remove all non tobacco flavors of e cigarettes including mint and Menthol from the markets within thirty days companies might be able to reintroduce their flavors is at a later date so long as they submit a formal application and receive approval from the FDA vaping companies such as jewel have been criticized for hooking engine on e cigarettes with flavors such as mango and cream. The surgeon underaged vaping which U. S. health officials have labeled an epidemic is one of the reasons reasons why they plan to ban them. The San Francisco based company makes a sleek device. It's cartridges pack a powerful punch with one pot delivering bring as much nicotine as an entire pack of cigarettes yesterday's announcement comes as members of Congress increasingly pressured the administration to rain in the a cigarette industry as chief executive has proposed selling its current five five Gino how to a Western firm as a way to address security concerns voiced by the US and others about its business the CEO said the Bil- would be free to change the software code that would allow any flaws or supposed back doors to be addressed without always involvement the US and and Australia have banned their networks from using while ways equipment the UK is still weighing a decision while way has repeatedly denied claims is that it would help the Chinese government spy on or disrupt other countries telecom systems and said it is a private enterprise owned by its workers one expert who had previously cast doubts on ways claims to independence said the idea of it helping another country's business to compete represented an extraordinary ordinary offer it would include ongoing access to the firm's existing five G. Payton's licenses code technical blueprints and production engineering knowledge which beyond the licence-fee while way would benefits because it might convince Washington to drop restrictions that currently prevented buying US linked technologies for for its own use one consequence of this is that while way faces having to launch an Android smartphone later this month that will not offer Google apps such does youtube all the Google play store a deal would also help ensure. Wa Wa gets its five. G. Technologies widely adopted You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony. Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review. ITN's and follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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Interview with Craig Ballantyne

The Persistence Factor

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Craig Ballantyne

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Dead Cells Review - IGN

The Giant Beastcast

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Dead Cells Review - IGN

"It's really interesting, and I will say, even though there is the quote unquote controversy about the momentum chef, those are some top tier players. They no matter what side of the screen you're sitting on. Missed the part today, actually switch screens. He won the flip and he me Switzerland's take your controller with you. Yes, yes. Of course. He's ever has their own style k. days you'd have to use criticize. Oh. Pinball guy but sticks these screen this, the switching of seats cheap decided with rock paper scissors, rockers water say they were talking about doing that instead of flipping a coin? I don't. I don't know actual coin, we'll leave it to chance what if they had to play best like six at a whatever

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Uber ban reversed in London

Waddle & Silvy

04:12 min | 2 years ago

Uber ban reversed in London

"The media to sports to marriage attorney michael avenue who represents porn star stormy daniels in lawsuits about an alleged affair with president trump says he was approached to be a guest on the inaugural episode avenue ati wrote on twitter that he's declined the ride hailing app uber's argument should be allowed to drive in the streets of london telling a court it's made significant changes since a regulatory few student you the companies operating license last yeah last ruling found is not a fit and proper company after repeated lapses in corporate responsibility including drive a vetting practices the way it reports criminal offenses and its use of technology which allegedly was helping the company evade law enforcement who've is attorney says the ruling is led to changes for the better with a company and three government inspection showing a perfect record of compliance a magistrate will now be ruling with uber will be able to hold a license the ugliest dog in the world is a nine year old english bulldog named josh she was named the winner of the twenty eighteen world's ugliest dog contest at the sonoma's aaron fairgrounds in petaluma the dog's owner megan brainerd of nokia minnesota will receive fifteen hundred dollars for josh how's win she says she found josh online on a pet finding site the contest is in its thirtieth th year it's usually held on friday nights but organizers moved the competition to saturday this year in an effort to draw a bigger audience hi i'm megan crane ap digital manager and host of the podcast ground game i look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country head of this year's midterm elections it's available on apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game ap radio news i'm ed donahue supreme court is upholding president trump's travel ban involving seven mostly muslim countries president trump says it's a tremendous victory for this country and for the constitution at the white house today the president spoke about that decision the vote in the supreme court was five to four to be tough and we have to be safe and we have to be secure at a minimum we have to make sure that we vet people coming into the country we know who's coming in we know where they're coming from on immigration the president says other countries are toughening up immigration policies he brought up one of his campaign promises you know you in the walls yeah ports of entry you have ports of entry that's what people come through and they can come through legally the president says he doesn't want to keep people out i want people to come into our country because our country's doing so well and we have companies moving into our country like at numbers that nobody's seen in a long time we need workers back to the supreme court decision the first muslim elected to congress minnesota's keith ellison says the supreme court ruling upholding the president's ban on travel from seven mostly muslim countries is unjust and will someday serve as a marker of shame president trump is denying his trade policy is responsible for harley davidsons decision to move some motorcycle production overseas harley davidson is using that as an excuse and i don't like that because i've been very good to harley davidson the president says he's making other he's getting other countries to reduce and eliminate tariffs and trade barriers and open up closed markets the supreme court effectively put an end today to california's law that forces antiabortion crisis pregnancy centers to provide information about abortion a london court gave ridesharing firm uber a shorter than usual license to keep operating in the capital and accepting the firm's claim it has changed its policies this is ap radio news barry gibb of the bee gees has been made a knight barry gibbs says he would not have received a knighthood if it weren't for his late brother's morrison robin he says they ought to be nights to prince charles bestowed the honour upon give at buckingham palace so what does the princeton a pop star talk about during a night adding intel's britain's itn the small talk was simple mainly about knees because.

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Apple to buy digital magazine service Texture

BTV Simulcast

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Apple to buy digital magazine service Texture

"Bloomberg terminal bloomberg dot com itn's soundcloud and whatever app you use to browse podcasts a story we are watching tesla temporarily suspended production of the model three electric sedan for a week in late february it was a plant breeder that ultimately may help increase output of the closely watched vehicle model three production was idled from february twentieth to twenty fourth tussles model three production rate has been an endless source of fascination for fans reservation holders and investors alike bloomberg has developed a tool to estimate output by late february bloomberg's tesla model three check tracker indicated that the weekly production rate had plunged well apple services chief eddie cue took the stage at south by south west and suggested apple isn't interested in buying net flicks or disney and instead we'll build out its own original video content the tech giant is however buying the digital magazine texture for an undisclosed amount the acquisition part of apple subscription push and we'll boost its efforts in online services and media the texture apple users subscribed to more than two hundred magazines for nine dollars ninety nine cents.

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