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"imran" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

04:09 min | 4 months ago

"imran" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"In a way where it was really really complicated. Well an involved concept. Should i say with such beautiful clothes. Yeah the most talked about moment of the week. I'd say pretty much undeniably was damnest. Red carpet come movie. Premiere com simpson's surprise. And and you and i spent some time with them to after he was taking congratulations from everybody. Everybody in not you know really organic cocktail party. That kind of just emerged very organically after the show in the same way that it might if you had gone to see theater with some friends or you know gone to a film and you'll had drinks after and it just kind of culminated into this really joyous moment and i i remember talking to them nine saying you know you look really happy. And he said i am and it just showed like there's something really freeing for him about stepping outside that berry strict structure of that television studio on the outskirts of paris that he had kind of stuck to right. From the beginning of balenciaga. He broke the formula. Yeah i but he he wanted. He said he wanted everyone to be happy down. You know he wanted to make people happy. I mean it's kind of a i mean. Cohen says something very similar that he wanted to bring happiness. After the time. I mean he obviously doesn't a very different way. But i'm demining wanted but at the same time you know. He is so the layers if you wanna if you wanna make a statement about distancing the the whole notion of having this film premiere that the collection being launched as if it was on the red carpet of assume premium. We sat in the auditorium like you do at the oscars award show. Whatever you want your rivals. You're watching a rivals on the red carpet. And that was his collection. Arriving him with the guest. That was all about it. That was all about a distance and then showing the simpsons that was also bad distances. While you know so kind of maintaining the essence of this isolated time that will be living through but then also bridging with this kind of this similarity these sort of iq these iconic figures like cartoon characters. They're not real but at the same time that being part of everybody's lives just thirty years so just superclub i but also more than super clever was so and so adorable. Dec- lisa and maggie walking down a cat walk in and see it was also a commentary yet completely isolate and that's what. He excels that. I thought it was funny as usual. Trolls came out and started. Firing off the troll. Esque bob's about him. But i think it was some transcendent easily bubalo. That now he's risen about all of that. Yeah actually there was some really great clothes the collection as well when you came down to earth from the simpsons. No i mean. I think there are some really. What's come to be kind of dam. Neck classics balenciaga collection. But there were also some evolution with the accessories. You know i'd had buyers and kind of department store executives talking to me about the bags and the boots and so it was clearly resonating on a product level as well so you know he managed to achieve everything with that show. You know in my conversation with him for the show. We spent a bit of time talking about over consumption in the luxury industry. And how it kind of propels this need to buy more and more stuff and so we talked about that. And then we saw at the louis vuitton show An extinction rebellion protester managed to get almost all the way down. What was a very long runway..

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US, Pakistani officials in strained talks on Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

US, Pakistani officials in strained talks on Afghanistan

"United States and Pakistani officials meet amid a worsening relationship between the two countries as each nation searches for a way forward in Afghanistan under Taliban rule fifty six year state Wendy Sherman is saying a powerful army chief on the foreign minister as well as prime minister Imran Khan well a Pakistani foreign ministry spokesman says close and regular engagement between his country and the US has always been mutually beneficial and effective for stability in South Asia Islamabad has been pressing for greater engagement with the old male old kind of band companies in Kabul while Washington which spent a long beard negotiating peace with the Taliban is still smarting from its chaotic end to twenty years in the country with much about the off them off remaining unclear I'm Charles Taylor this month

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"imran" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

Bedtime Stories For Kids

06:32 min | 4 months ago

"imran" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

"Welcome to bedtime stories for kids. My name is Mike and I'm super excited that you're joining me today. Are you ready for today's adventure? Today, we have a story for Imran and isa, who are living in India. Wow. Now, if you want me to create a story just for you, then simply ask any grown-up to get in touch. Speaking of grown-ups, hey, grown-ups, did you know that the very best way to support this podcast is to simply request a story, you can visit bedtime stories for kids dot CO to go and request your very own one. And should you be listening through any type of Apple device, do leave a 5 star review as well as it helps me out a tremendous amount and is such an easy thing to do. Now, if you're ready for today's adventure, then I'm ready, Imran isle that you already as well. Can we all raise our left foot and our left hand as high into the sky as we can count down with me in 5? Three, two, one, let's go. Today is a very, very special day for Imran and Issa. Together with their entire class, they're taking a field trip. But not just any field trip, no you see Imran and Issa are living in India, magical country that is famous for its amazing food, the friendly people and the Taj Mahal. The Taj what you might ask, well, the Taj Mahal is almost like an amazing cast of fit for a prince and a princess surrounded by beautiful gardens and today Imran and isa and their entire class will go and visit. It is super exciting because they are getting there by train. And not just any train, they're taking the fastest train in the entire country. It goes super super super fast. And as they arrive at the train station, they find their classmates and teachers and shortly after the train arrives right on time. Everybody board the train. And Imran and isa, get on board and find their seats. Imran has a seat at 26 a and esa sits on 26 B right at the window, so they have the best view when they're looking outside. Do you hear that? The train is getting ready to go. And slowly and steadily the train is leaving the station. The train ride will take around three and a half hours. That's very, very long. But luckily Imran and Issa brought a few things to keep them entertained on the ride. Imran brought his iPad where he's listening to bedtime stories for kids and Issa brought the favorite book and starts to read. The train picks up speed. Going faster and faster and faster because after all, it is the fastest train. And as Imran and isa look outside the landscape starts to change. They're leaving the big city behind and slowly the scenery changes from a big city to a few houses, to the countryside, to fields and feels and nature as far as the eye can see it is just feels. About one hour into the train ride as Imran is listening to bedtime stories for kids and east sides reading the book, something flashes past the window of the train. Justice split second, but long enough to grab Imran and E sound attention. What just went past our window in run asks? I don't know Issa says sure it was nothing. They go back to reading and listening to their favorite podcast. When one minute later, again, something super fast flashes past the window of the train. And this time, instead of a split second, it was two seconds. An Imran and Issa look at each other. Did you see what I saw? Isaac Imran? No, wait. I am princess. That can not be. Can it? Isa says? Okay, let's focus on the window and only look outside. And for the next 15 minutes, they stare outside the window. Another one. Oh, another one. Another one. Wow, wow, wow wow wow, wow, Imran says. Every two minutes. A super crazy fast raptor runs past a trace. It's almost like the raptors are playing with the train. I love dinos. Essays to Imran. Yes, me too. Let's try and count them. 8. Wow, another one, ten. Oh, another one. Another 11. 12. So it becomes a game. Who can spot the most raptor dinos as the train makes it way to Agra for the Taj Mahal. When the train starts to slow down and the scenery starts to change again, more and more houses appear and the raptors become less and less and less. How many did you count Imran asked Issa? I spotted 21 raptors. Well, nice. I spotted 22. I will beat you on the way home is as to Imran. And that day, Imran and isa spent the most amazing day visiting our grand the fortress and the Taj Mahal. Before hopping back on the train home, making sure that both have a window seat ready to spot as many raptors as possible. And with that, we're going to end today's episode, please do share it with all your Friends and your family. I hope you have fun. Do you mean the next adventure? And if you want me to create a story just for you, then simply ask any grown-up to get in touch. So with that being said, I wish you good night..

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Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis

"You know, we're seeing what we face now is a a terrorist threat coming out of Afghanistan. That is greater than the terrorist threat before 9 11 jihadists around the world have been celebrating. The events and not least the president. Not this is a jihadist, but the president of Pakistan, Imran Khan, who himself celebrated it, he should be celebrating because Pakistan significantly funded The Taliban throughout the campaign, while at the same time being paid vast amounts of money by America and Britain. Um, but they're celebrating around the world. Hamas in Gaza are celebrating What's happening here? Um, and they will be re energize. They will have to see that their recruitment has been boosted. They will be reinvigorated and they will launched attacks around the world against our countries, as they did really when they were being inspired by the Islamic state. Al Qaeda and the Islamic state are strong in Afghanistan. At the moment, Al Qaeda fought alongside the Taliban in recent battles. They will operate freely. Just doesn't matter what the Taliban say to you. They will allow the Al Qaeda in the Islamic state to operate freely there, and they can operate more freely than they could before 9 11. Because they know there's no fear of Western intervention. Now that's finished. That's history. There's not going to happen again. They know that and so they'll be even bolder than before and jihadist from around the world will flock into Afghanistan. To train prepare and launch attacks against the West. So The state of the terrorist threat is higher than it was at the height of the Islamic state's power when they controlled large parts of Syria and of Iraq. That's just one aspect of The situation. There is no one really who is celebrating this situation more than Russia and China. They're the greatest cheerleaders for what's happened.

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Afghanistan Recalls Diplomats to Protest Pakistan Attack

BBC Newshour

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Afghanistan Recalls Diplomats to Protest Pakistan Attack

"Its diplomatic staff from the Pakistani capital Islamabad, following an attack on Friday on the ambassador's daughter, Silsila. Al Aqeel, who is in her twenties, was taking a taxi in the capital Islamabad when the driver picked up a second passenger Secunda Kamani is in Kabul. This incident has sparked anger here in Afghanistan, feeding into an already tense relationship with the two countries. In the last few hours, the Afghan Foreign Ministry has announced that it's recalling all senior Afghan diplomats from Pakistan, it says until their security concerns are addressed, including putting on trial those responsible for this incident. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry has responded, saying that that decision is regrettable. It points out that Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered all resources be utilized, apprehend those who were responsible and also ordered security for Afghan diplomats in Pakistan to be beefed up. Secunda Kamani

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"imran" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"imran" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Of a weird continued having Yeah that's nice man. That's really really nice. Especially that they're your friends and you continue to see it grow and things like that. But that's awesome russell. We appreciate it. Thank you so much for your time. If anybody has any questions or concerns or wants to reach out to you where can they find he s so you can find me. Development company is around. it it take property We have facebook page myself. My name is dr imran. My wife is mrs emily qassam. We have facebook pages instagram. Connect that way or you can email me email. My forty s property ltd anti male. Gotcha so guys. That's all going to be in the show notes below if you want to reach out to enron if you're listening and you're like oh mammy no one's properties from her definitely reach out to him to as well Or you can talk to continue the conversation on the dental market society. Facebook group too. But in ron thank you so much for being with us it was a pleasure and we'll hear from you but thank you so much. Thanks thank so much for tuning in an enron. Thank you so much for allowing us to be nosy in your life and dive deeper into your practice. Your business what you got going on right now. We truly appreciate it guys. If you haven't yet please please please feel free to leave a review on itunes to let us know how we're doing how i'm doing so if you can leave a review i would truly appreciate it only takes about one minute and if you win you can screenshot. Send me a picture of you. Writing the review. Or you assuming the review or that you can just me screenshots. Tell me hey. I left a review. I will send you some. Td swag so. I truly truly appreciate it guys. If you want to continue the conversation with this episode or any other episode or with any other guests that you've heard on the podcast feel free to join the dental market society facebook group. It's going to be the first link in the show notes below for guys. Thank you so much for tuning in as always. I really really really appreciate you and i will talk to you in the next episode..

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"imran" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

07:58 min | 7 months ago

"imran" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Forward and likes to be recognised every thing. So that's how did we really press on his ways. Where if you combine to the With be well together so he did this sort of personality traits in that and then we got the in interviewed them face to face. Give him the the outline and then when we actually decided to employ them we put them on massive Accompany weeks to see how they get along. I'm here that was really awesome of got you. Have you ever like really clicked with someone like. Let's just say where you're interviewing me right. And you're like michael cool and then you're like all but he's a alan. We already have an al. And that's not gonna work as or now you've got to have a bigger than You can't always be so hard on food. We only want his of person. So we do like you. But i'm sorry you're not hours on shorts obsolete caught with you say of sixty unique. You know it will all humanity house. Different personality traits of different things meet remain like about. You may not like about you. You just gotta choose the white person full of business and for the vision that that you have the business really to have no definitely and then the whole time that you had the practice was the same team always honor. Did you have to maybe let go of some some. Quit or anything like that or not yet. We did have. We did have a not so much issues but you know with off. Be quite phone with the tequila to say that you know the end of the day. It's all this and where the ones way a free don't do as whether you want to wear us financially knocks not being police. So we had a couple. I mean one go. One became clinton to oversee econ much about she owes snappy the tanks he we took a few a couple of people to some poses as well as development courses and we took that unfortunately was moving away so again not much. We can do about that. So i don't have any issues attempted of people leaving because they didn't want to work in the business rather that it was some other personal circumstances that dictated them. You know other things really. yeah editing. That were happening and things like that. I get you so then right now. Is there a lot of how saturated would you say dentistry is in the community that you opened up your practice and was there like a lot of 'cause i would think you guys have universal healthcare right he s. Oh how did that go like is there is a separate competition or now there is now industry. I'm sure it's probably the same and the us is very close community. So you know dentists from you know the hulk dentist joke nurses high genus everything. Everyone knows each other. A small world Industry so yes. There is competition by from where me and my wife will come in. I really wanted to see it too much as competition. Because i i was willing to another. I knew a into ona's like of advice from early. What happy to give us advice around where we set up. It's a very afterward community In in the radius of the fattest which the one of the reasons why set up adults relieved quite coast but in the Sales five mile radius is notice three or four. The private dental practices also more national healthcare. So is practice usa competing against the national health service appointment practice but also on the five minutes and you know we didn't want it to try to take patients away from boxes. You just showing what they do is they wanted to come. Join us then. We'll be happy to see them as customers in all projects died data. Gotcha so that's good man. That's the way you kind of everything you know like a whole as a whole and everything like that throughout the process. What is like a system that you guys have or had in your practice that you were like. This is a unique system. I love it. I wish we can tell everybody about this system whether it's either clinical or on the front office back office anything like that. Yeah okay so. I may say we install from we used to have a big massive Whiteboard we used to write down all on goes objectives. And i think this is another thing that initial this we read advice. The resume might on your consultation this week. How many of the near cases takeoff inside that that And then we used to have the stall sort of right down. One day goes and objectives. Your they won't to buy a new car at the end of the month award. I was nice because everybody could see when when we're having lunch things in the break you're going to see what what the objectives all the factors and off no then window was section and then speaking to patients on the phone you know who inquired about serves things or acquiring about particular service veneers or something like that they know that. Oh no well actually. We're behind on the number of week onto. Let's the stephen pushed aside now without being the pushy salesmen never wants to be that perspective patients but just by informing them values not without countries known coming in have a little cover a couple of even speak to one of the members of the team and see happy to stop him as you want uncles that that's probably one of the pinnacle and more management side of things. Another thing that we did was for customer experience American thing is well. you'll social practice. Yes these my social practice or suit. Jacket jack highly. Yeah we had them. We had one of those and window we have props and things saying like i know my dentist and things like that you know way we could actually patients kids used to come in and take photos and posted on social media and that was that was you know definitely i think must've been if not the water practice In the uk using that sort of thing no one of the very few in the uk re and that was great because it just you know in annesley the fees are very people are afraid of the. That's one of the exceptions that we wanted to try and get a custody is no need to be afraid when people come have a coffee with us and you get lung and hopefully enjoy. Yeah definitely man that's awesome. I like that a lot. Yeah because people get obviously the rest of the world has a different perspective a perception of the dentists and things like that it can be. It can be different and i like the fact that you i mean. Was it ever an issue in the back of your mind. You're like man. The team may know too much about production collection that they may ask me like..

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"imran" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"imran" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"I'm your host michael ideas and in this episode. We're speaking with dr imran. Qassam a home away from wales from the uk Really really cool guy really awesome and we talk about how got into dentistry for some foremost and then how he bought a practice ran. It made it pretty successful. And then he sold it in the middle of I guess like kobe. Nineteen the pandemic and so we discuss a little bit before that we talk about. You know what mistakes were happening in the construction phase. How it's a little bit different in the uk right. Starting up a practice and then we also talk about while he was in his practice what he was doing for marketing and advertising hiring his team members. We discussed some the mistake. One pretty big mistake. He made while his his practice was being built is he wished he had something in specific and he mentioned it. I kind of thought by now is like a lot of us. Don't don't really have that. I guess and i think it's a pretty awesome thing to to incorporate win. You are in the construction phase or the building phase of your your practice or your startup. so then we talk about that. We also talk about how in order for him to keep costs low. He had a pretty intense interview process because whoever he hired he invested a ton in their staff. He invested a lot and so none of his team ever. I guess quit out of Let go refired out of just like spite in like i'm so sick of i'm tired of it. No it was more for you know. Maybe they were pregnant or they moved far far far away things like that but in that he lets us know his interview process and how it worked out for him Then we discuss why. He decided to sell his practice. Which is a pretty big thing. I think a lot of us. It would benefit a lot of us if we listened to this and really thought about our situation as well And what we're going through right now because it's easy to think of letting go of something when it's like a it's like feel like it's bringing down with a headache. We started to dread going to our practice all the time. It's kind of easy to like. Go up at then right but when it's being successful there has to be a different reason. Why you wanna let it go. And so we talk about that and how difficult it might have been for him to sell his practice and so much more and we talk about will. He opened up another practice coming up and what he's doing right now. for profits and for Income and things like that so great episode without further.

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Combatting Anti-Asian Racism in Fashion

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:28 min | 11 months ago

Combatting Anti-Asian Racism in Fashion

"Hi this is imran ahmed and ceo of the business of fashion. Welcome to the podcast. It's friday march twenty. Sixth last june former us president donald trump began using racist language to describe the novel corona virus. That by that point had already killed half a million people. There's never been anything with so many names. I could give you one thousand nine hundred twenty names for that right. It's got all different names. Wuhan wuhan swiss catching on corona virus. Right kong flu suv hate crimes against asian-americans began to rise racism in the time of pandemic. young woman. Wearing a mask is attacked in the subway station sanitizing. An elderly woman is chased by a bully trying to squirt hand sanitizer on her time. Man in san francisco who had just gotten his kobe. nineteen vaccine. how celebrated his birthday a father a grandfather walking on the sidewalk. In broad daylight surveillance camera captured his attacker crossing the street shoving him to the ground. He never regained consciousness. During twenty twenty reported attacks against asian americans were up more than one hundred fifty percent in the united states. Many others went on reported and the world looked on in horror last week as the attacks against as merican escalated when a shooter killed eight people in atlanta georgia including seven asian americans. Six of whom were women. But anti asian sentiment is not new in the us it goes back to the eighteen hundreds when chinese laborers i arrived to work on the railroads and in the coal mines official government policy at the time systematically discriminated against asians and this is not an issue limited to the united states around the world asians face overt and covert discrimination over the last few months. Asian fashion industry professionals have been organizing speaking up raising money and awareness about this urgent problem and they have been sharing painful experiences of discrimination within the inner workings of fashion this week. On the beauty of podcasts. I spoke to three leaders from the fashion industry. The designer phillip lim the editor in chief of law magazine michelle lee and the journalists suzanne allow to listen to their personal stories learn from their experiences and understand how we can be better allies in the fight against asian. Hate

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Pakistan Prime Minister Khan tests positive for coronavirus

It's Been a Minute

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Pakistan Prime Minister Khan tests positive for coronavirus

"Prime minister has tested positive for the coronavirus. A senior health adviser says he saw self isolating at home. NPR's DEA, Hadid has more from Islamabad. Sighting of us from the Muslim holy book, the Koran. And when I'm ill, it is he who cures me, the prime minister's office announced. Imran Khan, who was 68 years old, tested positive for covert 19. It came just two days after the prime minister received his first dose of the covert 19 vaccine. Likely the Chinese sign of farm using the Hashtag vaccines work. Pakistan's Ministry of National Health Services. Quickly tweeted out that with only two days after the first dose, it was too soon for the vaccine to be effective. That would take about two weeks. Hours before the announcement, authorities had shut down restaurants across the Pakistani capital as the contagious UK variant of the virus continues to spread.

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Pakistan Prime Minister Khan tests positive for coronavirus

Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Pakistan Prime Minister Khan tests positive for coronavirus

"Pakistani prime minister has tested positive for Coben 19, NPR's DEA. Indeed reports from Islamabad sighting of us from the Muslim holy Book, the Koran. And when I'm ill, it is he who cures me, the prime minister's Office announced. Imran Khan, who was 68 years old, tested positive for covert 19. It came just two days after the prime minister received his first dose of the covert 19 vaccine likely the Chinese sign of farm using the HASHTAG vaccines work. Pakistan's Ministry of National Health Services quickly tweeted out that with only two days after the first dose, it was too soon for the vaccine to be effective. That would take about two weeks. Hours before the announcement, authorities had shut down restaurants across the Pakistani capital. Has a contagious UK variant of the virus continues to spread, Do you indeed NPR NEWS

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"imran" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

Bollywood is For Lovers

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"imran" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

"Like i think i think a good streaming show would be a comedy show. Yeah like him. Getting into various hilarious boehner's guy could do comedy. Oh yeah and it might suit him. Better than verron dewan. Who's like really like goes way too hard on comedy especially the cooley. He's really like trying too hard because that's sort of what his dad's needs. He needs something smart and clever. Like delhi belly. Yeah yeah yeah he could do like. I dunno a show about a reporter like in the in the ruffalo scott a known supporter trying to find something out in like you know drinking a lot and sleeping with girls. That is a show. And where are we giving them. All are good ideas. I don't know iran con. Where are you like him. I just fun yeah. I wish he was more movies. Yeah because again. I think he's. He's really he's relatable he's really exactly exactly he's relatable. I don't know what it's like to be around sing kind of conway's no he's in similar experiences uncontroversial. Yeah just like me okay. I think we want to wish everyone. I've talked for an hour and fifteen minutes about imran khan's not even his most important so you very to his urine better appreciate this valentine's day present we gave to you Have you valentine's day. Lovers students is stay inside. Eat some of hearts there. My all time favorite candy. Buy them in bulk like i do. Enjoy them all year round We're done we'll be back in two weeks when we're going to be discussing that much. Yes we are continuing on with our buck. John been like four months this time yet. A year yes. We are continuing with our john series. So eighty three thirty six into the early eighties. Yeah yeah excited. I think we're probably going to be able to get cooley. The original cooley. I think so can find that. And then some more mid eighty s stuff. So that's fun. Yeah and i guess it's more mid eighties and early to mid eighties. And i also recorded interview with brian collins. One of the authors of a book called bollywood horrors. So there'll be a supplemental about that coming out soon but it's really interesting about bollywood horror movies viewed through religious scholar lens so quite like that. That'd be out soon too so that will be in two weeks in the meantime matt. How do people keep up the show at bollywood pod facebook dot com slash broilers. Whoever's is floors that timber dot com rate review on your favorite platforms apples..

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Tremaine Emory on Mixing Politics and Fashion

The Business of Fashion Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

Tremaine Emory on Mixing Politics and Fashion

"We have been doing these conversations now since way back at the beginning of the lockdown and the pandemic and each week we've been chatting with people in our community who have important messages ideas and insights to share. And this week. I am really pleased to welcome my old french. Remain emory out to live. Welcome tremaine imran. How are you thank you thank you for. Thank you for being with us There's a lot in real quick. You should also you're not being being real because you remember me a side. We did the first few party at level. Data may grow you and tom four. And that's the first time you before that you remember like seven years ago. Yeah i i was telling someone that story earlier today. Going back to ludwig dig negra and three. That was that was when we had a little party to celebrate our first seed funding round and all of our friends and supporters came in. You are kind enough to host night. So that was. That was a big day. Yeah twenty-one tanah tanah but yeah thank you for having really service yeah. There's a lot to discuss today. And i don't i definitely want to talk about the election in the us and some of these partnerships that you've been working on Via your alter ego denim tears but before the before. We did that you know. I thought it was good. Opportunity to kind of explain who tremaine. Emory is such a multifaceted guy. A polymath many interests and talents and different projects. In the things that you get involved with you at the beginning you tell us a little bit about you. Know how you became tremaine emory. Like your what's your story. You're where did you go up. I get integrated and involved in the fashion space I i was born in atlanta georgia nineteen eighty-one and soon after three months after my parents my dad got a job at cbs news. He worked for a local affiliate in atlanta and before that he was in denver for that he was in the army as a photo most pitcher cameraman and then he came out and through all kinds of chances of luck in hardware. Got a job as a tv news. Cameron in new york city. So we're three months old. We moved to queens And that's how. I grew up in new york parents from a very small town hall in georgia and in in their radicals they're like for web. It comes around all georgia's amazing people. It's a one red light town. My parents update or fifteen hundred people but something in my parents got them the keep moving out a going further. And you know that's my introduction to art and creativity is through my parents You know from their style to shop and vintage renaming shopping vintages. Antique shopping elects amongst. We're gonna antique shopping. So you know my mom being like oh these good levi's again or the cash showed or you know yes. That's my rancher. Coding vintage in a first expansion design was. My parents owned the video store. You know. vhs tapes the on eighties in elmhurst queens and My mom she rented mainly because my dad was working five days a week and he'd be on the weekends or at night and There's a rap group called kid in play there yet. 'em play play skin when he worked at the store and he designed. He was into fashion before music. He designed a cheek. Shirts are t shirts because there was on our video shows called. Just just us videos in. He designed a t shirt.

"imran" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"imran" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Blow everyone. . This is Imran Ahmed founder CEO of the business of fashion and I am here with my friend and colleague Tim Blanks editor at large of the business of fashion, , and usually around this time of year timid I do a debrief on the fashion week has gone by and it's usually been informed by some of the chats the Timman I have. . In the back of a car shuttling from one show to another in in all of the fashion cities. . But this has been it goes without saying a fashion season that was very different but we wanted to continue our tradition and as it's been such a unique and unusual season maybe it's even more interesting to talk about the fashion season that's gone by so. . Cam Maybe, , we could just start with. . The decision that both you and I made not. . Any physical shows season in what what led you down that path because of course, , there were some things you could have gone to here in London but in the end that didn't transpire. . Well, , my husband Jeff is very high risk and we have been so extremely careful since March. . That it just seemed the sensible decision to extend vet caution and keep on extending it until we know there's not some kind of. . Remove as much as remove as many random elements as possible from alive I I feel. . Schizo being out of the House for all the months I found it <hes> so. . Wasn't even the novelty I just found. . The options that we would given. . If we wanted attending things in person, , we could zoom with design is we we could dive we can do deep dives into collections I ended up quite seduced by the virtual option I have to say. . Come on a room. . That's a surprise because you know at the early. . Onset pandemic, , we were talking about Sasha <unk> demonstrating graying potentially. . Some shows never happening again. . You know you're quite pro fashion meets Elliott. . and Pro fashion shows because fashion shows have been my exposure to fashioned for my entire time working in this industry and I was definitely on the side of. . You know that way of that way of encountering fashion, , but this has been an education in. . So many ways a pop aside from the fact, , I've actually you learned to use technology and in a way I never thought I would I would ever be able to. . It doesn't kind of. . Terrify me Oh bull made whatever. . You know the as so many people said, , and it didn't matter whether there were people like me who just sit and look at things or whether they will buy as you know people who have whose bread and butter is the touchy feely side of the industry seventy people were saying the. . The ability to go back and look at things and to have to think of something, , and then be able to go back and see whether it was what you were thinking of old. . To cross-references and to. . and to be entertained as well. . I think the difference this season as people really really got their virtual presence together. . You know we've had a couple of. . Dummy, runs , <hes> that went. . Wildly convincing. . And I think this time there was so much thoughts and creativity and ingenuity applied to new ways of doing business that <hes> anyways. . Bringing us to the world that that it was a very, , very different game I felt. . Yeah. . You also got to spend. . More time with the designers because. . So much more I. . Mean that was a mixed blessing in a way because normally it's three minutes backstage a few questions and he whiz off and do your review, , and now it was forty five minutes zooms and so you having proper it reminded me actually it's funny. . It reminded me of. . When I first started covering fashion and I would go backstage interview designers and and people weren't that many people doing it in those days when there was a handful of camera crews and and you would end up in these. . You know half hour forty, , five minute conversations in depth with you know it was a novelty for you to be told to. . It was a novelty for them to be talked to, , and you would get people. . You'd have these extraordinary conversations that would then be brutally truncated into like a thirty second sound by something for the for the broadcast. . Meanwhile, , the these conversations floating around in an archive somewhere at this, , this is in a funny way. . This is what it was like that. . You would be having quite you. . You'd be having talks with people and so when you went to write about the collection you when you're approaching collection a whole different level of insight I think you know it's so in a way, , it was more time consuming and even though I wasn't kind of car with you driving from place to place flying from city to city all of that. . It was more time can I was sitting in my room it was more time consuming and Matt sense that and more sought consuming and more and ultimately more rewarding in a funny way. . I guess.

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Imran Amed and Tim Blanks on a Most Unusual Fashion Month

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

Imran Amed and Tim Blanks on a Most Unusual Fashion Month

"Blow everyone. This is Imran Ahmed founder CEO of the business of fashion and I am here with my friend and colleague Tim Blanks editor at large of the business of fashion, and usually around this time of year timid I do a debrief on the fashion week has gone by and it's usually been informed by some of the chats the Timman I have. In the back of a car shuttling from one show to another in in all of the fashion cities. But this has been it goes without saying a fashion season that was very different but we wanted to continue our tradition and as it's been such a unique and unusual season maybe it's even more interesting to talk about the fashion season that's gone by so. Cam Maybe, we could just start with. The decision that both you and I made not. Any physical shows season in what what led you down that path because of course, there were some things you could have gone to here in London but in the end that didn't transpire. Well, my husband Jeff is very high risk and we have been so extremely careful since March. That it just seemed the sensible decision to extend vet caution and keep on extending it until we know there's not some kind of. Remove as much as remove as many random elements as possible from alive I I feel. Schizo being out of the House for all the months I found it so. Wasn't even the novelty I just found. The options that we would given. If we wanted attending things in person, we could zoom with design is we we could dive we can do deep dives into collections I ended up quite seduced by the virtual option I have to say. Come on a room. That's a surprise because you know at the early. Onset pandemic, we were talking about Sasha demonstrating graying potentially. Some shows never happening again. You know you're quite pro fashion meets Elliott. and Pro fashion shows because fashion shows have been my exposure to fashioned for my entire time working in this industry and I was definitely on the side of. You know that way of that way of encountering fashion, but this has been an education in. So many ways a pop aside from the fact, I've actually you learned to use technology and in a way I never thought I would I would ever be able to. It doesn't kind of. Terrify me Oh bull made whatever. You know the as so many people said, and it didn't matter whether there were people like me who just sit and look at things or whether they will buy as you know people who have whose bread and butter is the touchy feely side of the industry seventy people were saying the. The ability to go back and look at things and to have to think of something, and then be able to go back and see whether it was what you were thinking of old. To cross-references and to. and to be entertained as well. I think the difference this season as people really really got their virtual presence together. You know we've had a couple of. Dummy, runs that went. Wildly convincing. And I think this time there was so much thoughts and creativity and ingenuity applied to new ways of doing business that anyways. Bringing us to the world that that it was a very, very different game I felt. Yeah. You also got to spend. More time with the designers because. So much more I. Mean that was a mixed blessing in a way because normally it's three minutes backstage a few questions and he whiz off and do your review, and now it was forty five minutes zooms and so you having proper it reminded me actually it's funny. It reminded me of. When I first started covering fashion and I would go backstage interview designers and and people weren't that many people doing it in those days when there was a handful of camera crews and and you would end up in these. You know half hour forty, five minute conversations in depth with you know it was a novelty for you to be told to. It was a novelty for them to be talked to, and you would get people. You'd have these extraordinary conversations that would then be brutally truncated into like a thirty second sound by something for the for the broadcast. Meanwhile, the these conversations floating around in an archive somewhere at this, this is in a funny way. This is what it was like that. You would be having quite you. You'd be having talks with people and so when you went to write about the collection you when you're approaching collection a whole different level of insight I think you know it's so in a way, it was more time consuming and even though I wasn't kind of car with you driving from place to place flying from city to city all of that. It was more time can I was sitting in my room it was more time consuming and Matt sense that and more sought consuming and more and ultimately more rewarding in a funny way. I guess.

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Stella Jean Asks Do Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion?

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Stella Jean Asks Do Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion?

"Hello everyone. This is Tim, Ron Ahmed founder, and CEO of the business of fashion. Welcome to the latest episode of B. O. F. Live today I'm here with the designer Stella Zhong who is joining us from. and. We're here to talk about a very important topic of his see that we have been discussing at length here on the OH F- Few months much of the discussion around the black lives matter movement in fashion has been focused on conversations in the US and to a certain extent here in the UK where I'm based but Stella has been playing a leading role in driving the conversation around black lives matter in Italy, and so we're delighted to have her with us today to help paint a picture about how this conversation is very important. Conversation has a very unique tone and history and contacts that differentiates it. From some of the other countries, of course, the core conversation is rooted in the same goals around achieving better racial equity for black professionals in fashion. But initially, there's some specific contexts and situations that make the conversation. They're a really important one to consider outside some of the other conversations that we've been having. So I'm delighted to have Stella with us here today and Stella. Before we dive into the topic at hand I want to start with you and your personal background and history just for those listeners and viewers who don't. Already aren't already familiar with your work. So could you just you know in the first instance take a moment to you tell us your personal story How did you grow up? Where did you grow up explain a little bit about your background. And then we can get into a little bit about how you got into the fashion industry. Okay Imran. Hi Hello. Thank you for having me. So I'll will tell a bit about my story. Fashion come for me from two different personnel seed I. He has begun as a personal necessity born in Italy of the early eighties and struggling be being so So diverse from my fellow citizen as motivated me to find a way to show people not to be afraid of different cultures and color by instead to see them as them as a chance to grow better and together I know that it might may sound dock sequel but I don't use shown with an esthetic proposals by as a tool to fight again, any cultural agregation, the passionate snowboarder. So you can accept you the beauty without prejudice is a low made to talk to fashion without preconceived opinion just beauty. That's why my work reflects might make you Saggio repeal every page in ways in which to. Culture I white. Republican onside. Probably in the Italy than together. So this marriage are opposite creates a new I bridge, which I've always considered red during my child took. Advantage, and it took me a long time to change my mind. But thanks to many krantz mentor role model and fashion obsolete, which has been my terrapin escape. I've discovered the precious uniqueness of being diverse convene, conveying a new concept of multiculturalism applied to fashion, which promotes cultural sober without ever compromising once on identity, and then there is the second. Reason is the need to put forward and and preserve the multiculturalism which comes from the fact that I've I've always had to actually my mother comes from eighty and my father from Italy. I was born in Rome I spent you years in. And I was March tied at such a great country was known just for some wrong reasons or its way extreme poverty charity yet. Believe me after immediate emergency cases else should come in a totally different form in order to a- long-term action considering that this population of so many cultural resources which would allow them to rise up again on without the need charity action while they need is a someone who decide to believe in their capacity give them the opportunity to work for the Indian plays, their own skill this should be. The the power of fashion. This is a knowledgeable of fashions potential as cultural activity to provide significant opportunities for doesn't work for man and woman around the word. That's why I created my lab founded the laboratory will. Not Show any.

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Michael Kors on Why He Left Fashion Week

The Business of Fashion Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

Michael Kors on Why He Left Fashion Week

"Hi this is Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business fashion and welcome to the podcast. This week our editor at large sits down with the American designer Michael Kors discusses his plans for Fashion Week September in fact Michael Kors won't be doing a normal show at all like some of his counterparts in Europe including salary in Gucci Michael is questioning. The efficacy of the current fashion show drill calendar, and so he's decided to present in a completely new format launching globally on October fifteenth on the brands social and digital platforms. He talks to Tim blanks about all of this including the confusion around the nomenclature various seasons and how he wants to clean up to. Here's Tim blanks with Michael Kors inside fashioned. Hello everyone and welcome to the live today with told me to micro-costs from New York. Hello Michael Hello. Bear Ray to cedar great to see you and we are doing this instead of actually seeing each other in September. Yes. That's that's that's the God's honest truth. Unfortunately, what are you planning to do in September when we would have been seeing each other? Well I have to tell you long before. The pandemic. I really kept thinking to myself. I'm screeching in next year to my fortieth anniversary. So it. It has been time me to sort of reassess think about things and I and I just after forty years Tim I've seen that I really think the system has certainly been broken. We can't always just do things the way we've done them in the past. I fake. You, know everyone I think realizes that the whole systems mixed up doesn't make sense. So I certainly have my wheels turning about that prior to the band. And then of course, being in lockdown, you really start to analyze and I go back as someone who has been doing this for so long and once in a while back to the future is a good thing. And you know for many decades the New York collections were after the Paris collections ended. In fact, they were a week after Paris ended. And I think we never whenever inundated the consumer with too much information just as in September. Here, in the states, we have Labor Day, and it's you know the world opens up again hopefully, right? At why are we confusing the consumer? And the press with a new season when they haven't even absorbed the one that has just arrived in the shots. Adjusted it makes sense to me. And you know more than ever of course where people are they're not planning months and months ahead. You know we really are living in a time where fashion is very much always has been though it's about the emotion that you're in. So. Are you starting to land your wardrobe in May I? Don't think so I don't know who you are. You don't have a life. So I thought to myself. Well, we used to do this after Paris it allowed or journalists and retailers. And consumer to have a breath. And then. In October, it really became the perfect moment. To show a new collection without cutting off the previous collection that had just arrived shots.

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"imran" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"imran" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Hi, this is Ron Ahmed founder and CEO of the business of fashion and welcome to the podcast. Each season after fashion Mumbai. Sit Down with Tim planks, and we hash out what we've learned what we've observed and what we've taken away from the latest season, a fashion shows of course this season was completely different, but it was still worth having a catch up with Tim to explore. Fashion goes from here here's. Tim Blanks inside fashioned. Everybody a welcome to be oh ethel lives. I'm here with Tim blanks our editor at large, and you know usually around this time of year, Tim and I have spent. Several weeks on end in the back of a car. Navigating Fashion Week. And so we thought well. We can't do that this year, but <hes>. Tim, I've still been keeping in touch of course and <hes>. We usually record podcast conversation. Just reflecting on the fashion season that was <hes>, and so we thought well. There's still a lot to talk about so I asked him. To join me, welcome Tim. I am Ron. How're you doing good? Good I like your shirt. He said mutually good. I'm seeing. New, thing glamour. Lack Raw Glam rock. Okay Difference. I'm not capable of climate, but I am capable of Glam rock some. Well. Our conversation today is called where it is fashion. Go from here and I know it's something that's been. On your mind a lot, it's certainly been on my mind <hes>, but before we dive into that specifically you were I guess four months foreign a bit months into lockdown now or limited I, I sort of I date the transitional moment I came back from Paris on Much A. Figure that March the was the day that you could feel the storm, clouds had kind of well and truly Gabid of the fashion so I kind of date everything for much. The I think the last time that we saw anybody actually in our flat was March the seven nine. And said however many citizens. Zana's how how however long it is since we haven't seen anybody. <hes> and everything's being done like this kind of digitally signed the last time you and I saw each other in person was record our podcast for the end of that season and I. You know I don't know. I. Don't know if you remember what we talked about. It was obviously a very strange moment, and we didn't know what was about come, but one of the questions that we were grappling with. was whether we would all look back at that fashion week in and wonder if it was irresponsible for all of us to be sitting in a snuggled up next to each other at fashion, shows and dinners while this. Virus was spreading and what we know now tim is virus was spreading. It was readying actively in Italy and in France just as fashion week was going on so looking back now. What what do you think? I. I wasn't thinking irresponsible I mean there was. But because you know, we live Italy the the day we left Italy giorgione cancel the show. And Joe Digitally and there was a little bit of kind of. Huffing and puffing about that and Oh let's so dramatic whatever and I and then the airport in Milan at night was like. The fall of Saigon <hes>. It was just so crazy. Wasn't people trying to get out of the country? Where was people trying to get out of the county? No because they were panicking about virus necessary. Just it was a set. It was sense of. Some enormous. Ominous! Force? <hes> and then getting to Paris and finding that you know people were saying. Shall we shop wait? You'll have a show in nothing. Really the either a couple of shows cancel. was still you know I always competitive? This that whole moment in World War Two that was? One that was a sinkhole. The phony war before the war actually started. There was moment where everybody knew that was going to be a war, but it hadn't happened, so they were kind of. Suspended animation and that's kind of what it was. Td that this because. I don't think anybody knew it was gonNA. Be As bad as it turned out to be at coins. But still it was a solo. Remember I was in the I. Requirements often <unk> before his show. He said to me. You think this is the one. And <hes> I said well. Do you and I just didn't know that point, and and you know what the weird thing is. Allocating many months later, this March April may June five months later. We still don't know because I. Feel, the feel it. Still the the doctors who will leading out shaping our opinions on this I don't think. Completely show what it is at dinner would. It just it just feels you know when you read. Eddie meteorologists is so excited by this virus, because it is such a challenge and a multi focal. It's just this incredible. Opportunity to delve deep into something that human beings have never encountered before and inside the fashion industry has just kind. I'm concerned is still like everybody else is still not this dilemma. What's going to happen? But I think we do know that this is the one I mean. There may be others at come after this based on what I've been reading, but this pandemic is shaping up to be you know one of those. Collective experiences of complete. Change, yeah, an and I think it's at fifteen million cases now. You know hundreds of thousands of people at I mean I think it's as you said I. Don't think any of us knew back then. How bad it was going to be, but it's certainly. It's certainly shaping up to be much much worse than I think. Many of us expected I. Mean I think when I was talking to a couple of CEO's in this over closing. We thought we were closing our stores down for a couple of weeks. And then obviously that turned into months. And you know the all the talk about first-wave second-wave I am using the Spanish flu as a as a as a sort of. Precursor. You know the fact that the first wave was in the full in there was a summer at the second wave was in the following fool. Could Lord I mean. We have no idea of what we could be looking at in. Another four or five months so. <hes>. Yeah. It's A. It's being A. It's been a challenge I. Think Real, good huge challenge for the everybody on every level of every life almost everywhere in the world. And the nothing like that has ever happened.

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Imran Amed and Tim Blanks on Where Fashion Goes From Here

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Imran Amed and Tim Blanks on Where Fashion Goes From Here

"Hi, this is Ron Ahmed founder and CEO of the business of fashion and welcome to the podcast. Each season after fashion Mumbai. Sit Down with Tim planks, and we hash out what we've learned what we've observed and what we've taken away from the latest season, a fashion shows of course this season was completely different, but it was still worth having a catch up with Tim to explore. Fashion goes from here here's. Tim Blanks inside fashioned. Everybody a welcome to be oh ethel lives. I'm here with Tim blanks our editor at large, and you know usually around this time of year, Tim and I have spent. Several weeks on end in the back of a car. Navigating Fashion Week. And so we thought well. We can't do that this year, but Tim, I've still been keeping in touch of course and We usually record podcast conversation. Just reflecting on the fashion season that was and so we thought well. There's still a lot to talk about so I asked him. To join me, welcome Tim. I am Ron. How're you doing good? Good I like your shirt. He said mutually good. I'm seeing. New, thing glamour. Lack Raw Glam rock. Okay Difference. I'm not capable of climate, but I am capable of Glam rock some. Well. Our conversation today is called where it is fashion. Go from here and I know it's something that's been. On your mind a lot, it's certainly been on my mind but before we dive into that specifically you were I guess four months foreign a bit months into lockdown now or limited I, I sort of I date the transitional moment I came back from Paris on Much A. Figure that March the was the day that you could feel the storm, clouds had kind of well and truly Gabid of the fashion so I kind of date everything for much. The I think the last time that we saw anybody actually in our flat was March the seven nine. And said however many citizens. Zana's how how however long it is since we haven't seen anybody. and everything's being done like this kind of digitally signed the last time you and I saw each other in person was record our podcast for the end of that season and I. You know I don't know. I. Don't know if you remember what we talked about. It was obviously a very strange moment, and we didn't know what was about come, but one of the questions that we were grappling with. was whether we would all look back at that fashion week in and wonder if it was irresponsible for all of us to be sitting in a snuggled up next to each other at fashion, shows and dinners while this. Virus was spreading and what we know now tim is virus was spreading. It was readying actively in Italy and in France just as fashion week was going on so looking back now. What what do you think? I. I wasn't thinking irresponsible I mean there was. But because you know, we live Italy the the day we left Italy giorgione cancel the show. And Joe Digitally and there was a little bit of kind of. Huffing and puffing about that and Oh let's so dramatic whatever and I and then the airport in Milan at night was like. The fall of Saigon It was just so crazy. Wasn't people trying to get out of the country? Where was people trying to get out of the county? No because they were panicking about virus necessary. Just it was a set. It was sense of. Some enormous. Ominous! Force? and then getting to Paris and finding that you know people were saying. Shall we shop wait? You'll have a show in nothing. Really the either a couple of shows cancel. was still you know I always competitive? This that whole moment in World War Two that was? One that was a sinkhole. The phony war before the war actually started. There was moment where everybody knew that was going to be a war, but it hadn't happened, so they were kind of. Suspended animation and that's kind of what it was. Td that this because. I don't think anybody knew it was gonNA. Be As bad as it turned out to be at coins. But still it was a solo. Remember I was in the I. Requirements often before his show. He said to me. You think this is the one. And I said well. Do you and I just didn't know that point, and and you know what the weird thing is. Allocating many months later, this March April may June five months later. We still don't know because I. Feel, the feel it. Still the the doctors who will leading out shaping our opinions on this I don't think. Completely show what it is at dinner would. It just it just feels you know when you read. Eddie meteorologists is so excited by this virus, because it is such a challenge and a multi focal. It's just this incredible. Opportunity to delve deep into something that human beings have never encountered before and inside the fashion industry has just kind. I'm concerned is still like everybody else is still not this dilemma. What's going to happen? But I think we do know that this is the one I mean. There may be others at come after this based on what I've been reading, but this pandemic is shaping up to be you know one of those. Collective experiences of complete. Change, yeah, an and I think it's at fifteen million cases now. You know hundreds of thousands of people at I mean I think it's as you said I. Don't think any of us knew back then. How bad it was going to be, but it's certainly. It's certainly shaping up to be much much worse than I think. Many of us expected I. Mean I think when I was talking to a couple of CEO's in this over closing. We thought we were closing our stores down for a couple of weeks. And then obviously that turned into months. And you know the all the talk about first-wave second-wave I am using the Spanish flu as a as a as a sort of. Precursor. You know the fact that the first wave was in the full in there was a summer at the second wave was in the following fool. Could Lord I mean. We have no idea of what we could be looking at in. Another four or five months so. Yeah. It's A. It's being A. It's been a challenge I. Think Real, good huge challenge for the everybody on every level of every life almost everywhere in the world. And the nothing like that has ever happened.

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"imran" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"imran" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"imran" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"imran" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Your random tweet out of the blue. This is what happens people when you have a podcast and I was like yeah I saw this movie and I enjoyed it and I wanNA talk to somebody about it's true I. Finished watching it and I was like. Do I WANNA do a movie episode on this movie? It's you know it's been out a week or two. It's like it's a kind of. It's good, but it's just like a slight. You know just fun little thriller. Is this something I wanna do well I guess I'll put a tweet out there and boom here we are. The same thing. It's kind of a sleeper kind of weird comeback for jgl out no and. I do enjoy these kind of tense thriller disaster. Movies I was like pleasantly surprised so before we get into it, I do like to have first time. Guests on the show introduced himself. What you tell people about you and your podcast and what you do. Sure I co hosts, a podcast called the jock and Nerd podcast spoiler. I am not the Jock and some people that it can be confused. I would be the NERD. My Co host is Anthony. WHO's a millennial jock? I'm a little bit older and we have a third co host name rug boy, who is a puppet, but if you WANNA be pc about it. He's a felt the American. And the puppets speaks the most truth out of the three of US would be surprised. Every cover you know the gist. The tagline is Comic Book and Superhero TV and movie news reviews, and whatever we choose lately. We've been leaning heavy into the whatever we choose sure because of the way, have you know the industry in the landscape of movies I'm sure everyone? Understands but they're still great new stuff coming out and you guys review King of Staten Island last episode. We also reviewed kingstown because it was new. Didn't do something to find something. and Luckily there has been constant stream of new movies. These these ones like seventy, five hundred, for example that I have a feeling that you know I don't know the behind the scenes of what this movie is like where it came from like. Were they just sitting on it for a while? Then it's like Oh shit. We got a pandemic. Let's. Let's put this thing on Amazon. What was the plan for this? I have no idea, but it does seem like we're getting a constant stream of new releases that maybe were planned for theatrical. Maybe not maybe were always going to be streaming. Maybe they were later on down the year. Maybe they pushed him up pushed him back whatever but luckily podcast off plenty to talk about. I think it's a little bit all those things I mean. Look at Tom Hanks putting out another world war movie on Apple TV plus I don't even pay for that yet I. Don't know who has that, but that's a huge get, and that's a huge movie that you can watch at home. Amazing. It's wild. He's not too happy about that though but So anyway seventy five hundred! Let's let's get into some puzzle pieces with this well, we'll talk more about our thoughts on it along the way as we're going from piece to piece. But what do you got for your first puzzle piece? All, right? It's kind of wacky silly one, but it was like gut instinct watching you know how this movie is so technical got almost learn how to fly Goddamn plane. Right pay really close attention. Write everything down. All those really do something. Else seem to know what he was doing that. Just flipping buttons I'm. Interesting note I read the captain the actual pilot who used to fly for Tonga for years. So that dude knew what he was doing, so all the cockpit scenes, the hoping takes places cockpit, but the first thing I thought of was airplane from the sucker brother I, guess more accurately the movies it was spoofing airport, and like the seventies disaster movies like I kind of had that tense. Tension of a good seventies disaster movie that you don't really see a lot these days but I don't know why jumped to airplane. It's one of my favorite com. Yeah, that's for sure. This movie, of course, not not quite as funny. But maybe a laugh to. But but I it really is like totally in that cockpit. The whole time and I think that's that's a big part of what makes this movie tick and you know this is an exercise in tension I think most of all more than anything and. I I think it's interesting to kind of you're you're mentioning along with disaster movies and it is because I mean plane hijacking. Absolutely it is, but to take this different kind of a smaller approach to like focusing in on that cockpit the whole time. I think is one of the most interesting things about the movie. Yeah it's, it's tense and terrifying could almost been a stage play sure way though they did this. I, also read a lot of the movements like they bought a plane. cut it up and and they. They didn't block any of the movements. There was no rehearsal M-. They just let the guys. Improv and the cameraman had to figure out how to swing around. Get Out of their way hot, and they would roll these long takes, and apparently like forty to sixty minute takes and it's just amazing sense of claustrophobia intention in that'll cockpit because. You're there. You're there with him the whole time. Yeah, absolutely well I. Think a lot of that. Those ideas are going to come up in a bunch of my puzzle pieces along the way I, the first one I wanted to bring up and again speaking of that whole claustrophobia and being stuck in that cockpit I thought of David Fincher is panic room, and the idea of just being stuck in this place where it's like. Yeah, you're. You're kind to safe, but you. You know it's not good. Be Stuck in their either and you you are going to. You're not going to be able to help others. You're not going to really have an out in the situation and the only thing that is going for you is that you know they can't actually get to you. In the moment is really the only thing, and and you know just continuing that theme of tension, I mean that is really just like a really. I haven't seen in a long long time, but I I. Remember it being just like a great tension piece. Absolutely me. I haven't seen in a while. I Love David fincher and yet it's that Claustrophobia and that when you're in that situation. Situation you're going to make choices that are going to be good or bad. It's never like you don't know what's going to happen. But along that same line I was wondering if some of our picks may overland. I, had panic room in a list of CLAUSTROPHOBIC thriller movies. It reminded me of gravity There's that movie cube, Ever See sci-fi movie. I've never seen cube. I've heard great things really cool. Yeah, just like you're in a box and they're moving from box to box. And then they're in a giant box with a bunch of boxes that move around. So you never know what rooms next? It's crazy. It's so good, but then gravity is kind of similar, even though it's in space has an amazing claustrophobic tension to this movie because she's out there alone and with this is, she's all she's got. Yeah, yeah, I hadn't thought of gravity and that's actually a really good piece. I think that should go on the list for sure Yahoo. Bonus piece bonus piece. So. What do you got for your next one? Let's go to so. During the movie great moment where jgl Joseph Gordon, Levitt tries to get the crew. The passengers to fight back and he's got a point got a little.

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"imran" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"imran" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Welcome to another episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show. We are looking at Amazon prime original. Seventy five hundred starring Joseph Gordon Levitt from first time director Patrick Vora. And a joining me for this one is Imran the nerd from the jockey. NERD PODCAST is first time on the show. We had a great conversation. and I'm looking forward to talking about this one. It's a movie that Kinda just came out of nowhere and you know that seems to be the case that a lot of movies lately with the way that things are with no major movie releases, but these little things just keep popping up and It was it was a good movie, and so I'm looking. Looking forward to talking about it before we get into that conversation, I do want to remind you to make sure you're subscribed to piecing it together and your podcast, APP. Of Choice, you can rate and review us over on Apple podcasts or Pod chaser and follow us on social media at Piecing pod. You should also check out our patriotic which I don't promote that much. Because lately. All have really done is put up. advanced episodes on there, but we have a bunch of bonus content hitting the feed. Just recently, not yet the time recording there, so it's where that I'm seen just recently, but the time you hear this it will be up is a special album release those of you who listen to the show know that I am a music composer as well and I recently released an album called beater original motion picture soundtrack, which is the score to a feature film that I scored. Along with a bunch of other pieces from the films, I scored for the same director, Chris Johnson and. This album is an hour and forty five minutes long thirty four tracks, because it spans six years of collaborations with this director, but there was even more music that I cut out for the sake of not making it blow up into this big, ridiculously huge thing, and so I gathered some extended versions, and some of the cut tracks into a.

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EVO 2020 was cancelled

Gaming Ride Home

07:17 min | 1 year ago

EVO 2020 was cancelled

"Yvo Twenty twenty has been canceled due to various sexual abuse allegations. Yvo Is the biggest annual fighting game tournament in the world, and even with the covid nineteen issues plaguing everyone on the planet. The tournament was soldiering on with plans to make it fully online. Earlier this week, however that all fell apart, and in order to learn more about it, I called on Imran Khan to explain everything Imron. Come into the gaming ride home show again for having me Yvo was canceled. And I just want you to give me the full story. What happened? Why was it canceled? Everything start from the beginning, so ego is the biggest fighting tournament in America Kinda the biggest in the world. There's like some discussion about that at this point, but ego is basically where fighting games have been aspiring to for the last twenty thirty years and listening started in the ninety S. This year, obviously because of covid kit have their usual Mandalay Bay Las Vegas big gathering of fighting game players. So this year they ended up canceling I place. Eve Online Eve online was a different thing where the. Mainly, got games together with like Netco like mortal Kombat eleven and them fighting her indie game that was originally based on my little pony, but basically it was A. It has to evolve brand that could stay around despite not being the big mass gathering tournament that they expect over the last couple of weeks. There's been a bigger. industry-wide movement to out sexual predators in gaming and the gaming industry, and some companies have been hit harder than that are with that bubis off for example, but for the most part it's. It's not a huge thing within the FTC. Because the FTC's always kind of had a reputation of like. Being a bit more open with their sexual harassment and it's always like. It's never been to a level of. A mass critical mass. Joey quilter this past week yesterday in for yesterday in fact was outed by a player. Named He's just does mikey. He goes online and is after the tag is crack. Peron but George Taylor. Who is the head of the current? President Vivo who founded it with Tommy Tony Kanaan. was outed for experiences when he was. Close, to twenty, where they were southern golf land, which is an amusement park in l. a.. That mikey accused him of basically. Paying money to young kids to take their shirts. Germany polls mikey related experience where he said quarter. Paid him twenty dollars to see his genitals inside a restroom and bought him pornography so. It's IT'S A. It's a larger thing that when you look at it from the perspective of not a child who just thinks they're having fun. It's real creepy, but what is conditions came out. Other people's Front, also coming out of the woodwork, saying like more finding old chaser people were talking about doing these things, but not naming names, and now that it's out. The floodgates are broken out. Yvonne immediately went. No, WE'RE GONNA put on administrative leave and check this out, so I mentioned Tom. Tony Kennedy before their more famous like they are obviously co-founders of ego, but there are more famous right now for being developers of Product L. at riot games so. They had to step in for this and go okay. We're looking at this right now. We're investigating and seeing what happens. It did not take very long before nether realm. I believe the first one like say. Are Involved with ego involvement in that sense means we don't WanNA game there. We're not going to earn any money towards prize pools. We're not doing any advertising which is fairly big deal. Arguably moral combat was like the lead game for that tournament. Right for the online tournament. Yes, Merle come at usually has a hard time with like the in person tournament. Fighting community hasn't really take to that game too well, but as an online net code game like for example, smash brothers was canceled for Eve online because the net code. Isn't that good, so this is more time to shine. The actual like really arguably was streetfighter as it is every year. This year. Are Not meeting her, but a little bit. After another canceled COP CANCELED IN ONCE CAPCOM cancels gets away from ego. Then that's that's the ballgame lets. Everything goes away soon after main sex developers of them biting heard who this is their big chance to become A. Kind of a household name and if I didn't need community, they cancelled. Bay Namco canceled and ran into that ego are the canons came out with a message from as ego saying? Hey, we were cutting for joy color. He is not president anymore. In the future, he will have zero involvement with the organization this not he's going to not be on. He's going to be on the board, or he'll be the FCC or he'll still kind of tournaments. They're cutting it off completely. Shortly after that they also that announced, we can't under these circumstances and this change in organization also do evil online in a couple of weeks in August. A month or in August? I. Know that screws over a lot of people, but. It seems like honestly the best. Call right now of. You'RE GONNA have to go through with work. That joy has done or you're going to have to. Try It's from scratch. Cobble together in event that takes at least a year to actually set up and try to get together in a couple of weeks. Yeah, I mean they just they basically. Got Rid of the boss in the most public way, possible right I mean it's it's you can't just like recover from that in a matter of weeks. Really Yeah, it's. It is one of those things of a lot of this is. Probably high time for the funding community insert reckoning with a lot of these things, because it's an issue for a number of years, it was I. I don't know if you recall but a about eight years ago, there was a street fight across capcom across Tekken. Show online, and it ended up ending as a result of some sexual harassment claims, and those a big divide in the community about like whether sexual harassment was a just a part of the culture or not and. Stuff like this doesn't help that argument. No I mean I like you, said earlier I mean like. Feels like the right call to elevate it, and as disappointing as it is for Yvo to be cancelled like it's a big flag for like we need to address. This is if we're going to cancel this event because we need to look at ourselves internally and I think I. Mean Hope the hope is that they come out better on the other side. I mean it seems like this is one of those things where. I. Hesitate to say Covid kind of save them but. If. This were an actual in person things still at Mandalay Bay then they wouldn't be able to cancer that quickly an online tournament. Shuttered a lot more easily. The bigger question now is what happens next year.

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Moderna to start final testing stage of coronavirus vaccine in July

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna to start final testing stage of coronavirus vaccine in July

"Well in the race to come up with a coronavirus vaccine in record time researchers with the most hopeful treatments are set to begin the final stage of human clinical testing this summer leading scientists however at Oxford university in London say there's a big problem there are turns out not enough sick patients available in the world to prove that these vaccines work on a large scale basis none the less A. B. C.'s Dr Imran Ali says that progress continues with results expected by the end of the year three is the final part of the trial before the vaccine is licensed and mass produce for everybody to use so it looks at safety but it also looks to see if the vaccine

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Coronavirus hospitalizations rise sharply in several states following Memorial Day

Atlanta's Morning News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus hospitalizations rise sharply in several states following Memorial Day

"Now surpasses two million coronavirus cases Harvard's Dr Imran Ali links increased caseloads in nearly half the country to Memorial Day weekend all you know they were out and about and some of them did not adhere to the social distancing Arizona hospitals activate emergency plans they have maxed out use of external long machines South Carolina extended state of emergency is coronavirus cases climate weather is not normal going to kill it it may be seasonal it may not be but is on the face of the earth and is going to be here until of a vaccine is created Fortinet is not here yet governor Henry McMaster tells residents not to get careless about masks and social distance but he is not

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Memorial Day spurs worries of spikes in cases while warnings come of second outbreak

Brian Kilmeade

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Memorial Day spurs worries of spikes in cases while warnings come of second outbreak

"Without face coverings and social distancing and given the incubation period experts like ABC news medical contributor Dr Imran Ali have a pretty good idea of when fresh infections may be popping up on the ground June eighth today on Memorial Day we don't keep the deal that social distancing the timing pointing to mother's day gatherings that have led to a recent surge in

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"imran" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"imran" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Using don't hold hold hold don't you think that we have a right to national security secrets I think we have not really because you know they have the third day eleven I think the thing is that like that they're under arrest because they know what we're doing and the Chinese they've got that lives down there but they know what's going on the only thing that don't know what's going on with someone like you send us common folk better write the note was found and all that how long have you been planning this I got this thing about about the event planner this thing now but on the day demo instead of the three hundred embed both but I'm better when I'm doing the best thirty five there's about four yeah and I've been playing this now for anywhere from four to six weeks instantly right that Imran the only thing I could think of this don't go there don't think about it yeah however I got it eighty five they didn't do the thing over bill but what I want to get on your farm I like a little bit stepped on by big data when I get down here even if you're out there that I'm not going to Hey it looks like there's a big thing coming up here I wouldn't be surprised you're making a mistake family somebody down there he's got the map depends on thank about that was pretty good and I think something opened up here on the ground it's that I'm pretty low now I'm starting to fall down a building down here I see something here or something with the with the ground and if they're open this thing up there like something coming up out of that I can't tell you whether this is going to be on some kind of a I don't make this turn all right I think this is going.

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Jefferson Hack on Why The World Must Not Be Complacent

The Business of Fashion Podcast

10:21 min | 2 years ago

Jefferson Hack on Why The World Must Not Be Complacent

"Hi. This is Imran at founder and CEO of the business of fashion and welcome to another special edition of the podcast. Today I sit down. Virtually with Jefferson Hack founder Updates Media Jefferson and I have been able to have conversations over the past decade about the role of media. And there's probably no more important time to that conversation then now as we're all navigating the unfolding humanitarian crisis caused by this Pandemic which has now reached more than one hundred and seventy countries around the world with more than four hundred thousand infections and tens and tens of thousands of people who have died so. What's the role of fashion media in this context? And how do we? As independent media companies navigate the situation. What is the impact that we can have during this uncharted time? That's what I speak to. Jefferson up on this special episode. So here's Jefferson Hack inside Fashion Jefferson. Hey Ron how're you man? I'm here I'm happy to be talking to you and Thanks for inviting me. To be on the coast. Yeah no it's a pleasure to talk. You know actually. I was thinking this morning back to my very first interview with you that we did. Do you remember at the Sanderson Hotel. Oh that was a long time ago. That was our first. Theo F live event and ever and we had the conversation and it was rolling out on twitter and people were sending questions from all around the world. And this this is Kinda the same except you and I can't sit together But I'm really glad to have the chance to talk to you. I mean so are you doing you know I'm well. I'm in good health My immediate family are in good health. Everyone's kind of say an isolation my staff in good health has no. I'm a director emergencies taking place amongst the employees or In days media so for that. I'm just really grateful for that I feel blessed and you know as far as what's happening in the wider world and what's happening with Corona Virus Of course you know I mean. Words cannot really describe it. I think I find words quite inadequate to describe what's going on but you know if I had to pick one word. It would be about kind of adapt adopting adopting with of the changing circumstances. That going on so I guess on a personal level. That's where I'm at but yet is going to be a lot to talk about in this Picasso. I'll let you do you know how are you? I'm good also healthy and grateful and taking some time out every day to make space for some meditation and reflection and a walk in the park. Because we're still allowed to do that here in London and you know like you. I'm just kind of grappling with what's happening. There's so many different perspectives. There's so much information which is kind of when I thrive actually making sense of information overload But I find my brain is operating at a speed and a and a intensity level that is unusually high and so I'm trying to make sure I take those moments to pause and stop and reflect It's good it's good advice. I think you know it's the same for everybody. I mean it's as much as if it's a pandemic Susan Info Democ. You know we're kind of overwhelmed with information stotts all the different opinions analysis speculations and You know I think without kind of practicing self care. It's incredibly easy to kind of get sucked into things like fierro high brings. It or doing things that are harmful just to distract ourselves from the reality of what's going on and I think that's really kind of like natural human reactions. You hit on some really important points. I think you know that some of the things that we're really trying to inspire our audience with seventeen million Digital audience across the world across platforms. And you know one of the most immediate thing is is really the kind of you know the mental health awareness and just being able to be effective as a media in being able to influence people's Moods. I mean we can change the way people feel all that moves through the stories and the tone of the stories that we published so no. That was a a an incredible kind of role that media. Compla- in in this time of crisis all type of media specifically you and I were exchanging text messages the other day about you know how companies like ours independent media companies in this kind of global industry. Like what's what's our role and I'm I'm really curious to well. Yeah I mean that was exactly it. We were like texting each other. Because it's all about reaching out out right. It's all about you know being in touch with each other as independent media as a people in the industry who are active who are part of the community of people in in in in kind of in fashion in the UK in globally and an culture. And that's all I've been doing since this has been really becoming more and more of a crisis and I think that's that's what we've got is kind of our connections and are connected and staying connected as a huge a huge part of this the way that we're going to manage to navigate this. Yeah I wanted to start there actually so you know when when did the kind of penny drop for you that this was going to become you what it's become this kind of unprecedented situation in kind of a kind of modern in the last hundred years at least maybe since the Spanish flu and what was your initial reaction of how to manage it as the leader of this this media company possible level. You know I was still a woman fashion week into Paris fashion week. I didn't finish the week up but you know things are becoming much more evidence during that week that did this was becoming incredibly serious and Some of the myths were flying around with being busted. And some clarity was coming to the kind of you know. Health impact that this was going to have an and what was going to be needed by government in order to deal with that so you know. I think it wasn't really till Mellon went into lockdown that it really kind of began to be real and hearing the stories firsthand from clients and friends in Milan about what they were going. Through in lockdown really started helping inform a lot of our thinking at days so that's really the the unprecedented we had in the only way to recognize that it was well. You know that it was that it was likely to get much more serious but you know I think these things are always understood in hindsight and in the moment you know you always think oh well you know it might be contained. There might not come here. Things might not be as bad for us you know. I think that's part of kind of that was part of that was part of my early thinking but you know we. We reacted pretty quickly. I think is a as a media company before the government were telling people to Work will not clubs. We you know we already told staff to work from a meter ready during Paris fashion week. We telling our staff that if it wasn't essential for them to come into the office that they weren't required to come to the office because we wanted to keep people say so. Yeah that's the kind of thing and then when when it really became evident you know. I think our media reaction was one of you know this is a global state of emergency now and you know we have to face a humanitarian health. Disaster that You know we can be helpful and useful in In using some of our resources in some of our media to point directly to that. And we have judy of KETCHAOUA staff. So We'd been working on managing that and managing their work from home situation and then there's a carrying consideration for our audience which we just touched on before and really when we were texting. It was all about kind of understanding with questions we were. We were kind of In discussion about was like. What is the role of of media in this new reality? Yeah what what is our purpose now and I think you know where we had puppies before. Now it's really about focusing the clarity of purpose making sure that the row we're playing in the daily life of our audience is really bringing value

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Doctors are bracing for a long battle with coronavirus

WBZ Morning News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Doctors are bracing for a long battle with coronavirus

"Right now more than a hundred new cases of corona virus are reported in Massachusetts this is the largest one day jump to date the death toll in Massachusetts stands at nine this morning doctors all across the country are are bracing bracing for for what what could could be be a a very very long long battle battle ahead ahead people people are are going going to to be be a a symptomatic symptomatic carriers carriers spreading spreading the the virus virus to to other other people people and and we we will will not not be be able able to control the amount of clusters we see around the country and then we will just overwhelm the health system and as Dr Imran Ali of university of Connecticut health supporting all measures to keep people at home a Boston college student has tested positive for corona virus and is in isolation on campus in Brookline there are more than a dozen cove in nineteen cases there and now a possible case at a fire station has closed up

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Health officials warn against Trump easing coronavirus restrictions

First Light

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Health officials warn against Trump easing coronavirus restrictions

"There are a lot of doctors who say that while the number of coronavirus cases keeps growing there shouldn't be any talk of reopening anything basic epidemiology says that right now we are not at the level where we can safely we remove all the restrictions of social distancing Dr Imran Ali of the university of Connecticut health care system California governor Gavin Newsom further upping the social distancing restrictions he says people packed beaches and hiking trails of the weekend and they can't have that happening again we are our behaviors and in order to meet this moment we need to improve our behaviors all of us young and healthy not just the most vulnerable there are now forty six thousand coronavirus cases across the country in early six hundred deaths most of them in New York the number of cases in Louisiana is growing

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"imran" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"imran" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Of Pakistan Imran Khan has given a wide ranging interview to the BBC following his meeting with president trump to discuss the situation in Kashmir but a call at Michelle St Austin first worked for the conflict between Iran and the US could mean for Pakistan the thing that worries us most is that we've just stabilize dichotomy we went through a really difficult batch we stabilize our economy and if if there's a conflict all prices will go up and not just bugs on it's going to affect a lot of the developing countries and you pull this up with president trump yes I did of of the fact that we will all suffer I mean the bird the developing world would suffer because of the old prices but in any case it's it makes no sense I mean the it's nineteen years the US has been stuck enough honest on ought get in this region for another conflict did you feel he was listening well I a I'll give my point of view I don't know what I mean I guess he would president trump would have this one advises me you have been very outspoken in recent months about events in Kashmir in Indian administered Kashmir and it was something again that you broke up with president trump he's said he's willing to help if if he thinks that the United States can help but when all of this began when India revoked the special status of Kashmir back it back in August you compared the Indian government to the **** you said will the world stand by and watch like they like they watched Hitler at Munich did did you mean to make that comparison duty it India at the moment is being run by an extremist ideology which is called RSS RSS got its inspiration in nineteen twenty five when it was formed by the **** party this is the organization that is the precursor if you like to the BJP policy of prime and prime minister moody is a life member of this party but that is not what we are seeing in India right now they're all clearly nationwide protests are Muslims who feel that that identity is at stake but to many people the comparison with the **** will seem not only far fetched but offensive it's what I mean all you have to do is read what the founding fathers of Odysseus said what is happening and then crushed me in this shocking eight million people in an open prison for over five months so what is the way forward then all you hoping that president trump does get involved that he takes on some kind of role to me that would be in the office the objects to any kind of what it would see is international interference in its effect is how's this issue going to be resolved unless and until either the U. N. gets involved all up I would like US gets involved all this is this going to get anyway the president trump said he was willing to do that well president trump basically said that he will try I mean meeting that he will try and speak to the the Indian government nope the problem is that the way I see it it can get worse the where where we stand today unfortunately I've I feel that unless this summit intervention by European Union by the the United Nations by it the United States I just feel that the things were just go from bad to worse and that is a conversation between Pakistan's prime minister and a colleague Michelle Hussein and this is Newsday from the BBC world service dot story that you stumbled upon yes I did it's in the times actually it says don't worry but at Hey it really count turned gray through stress which is really not nearly enough now which isn't a lot of my friends will get hair gray young I'm not necessarily old people it's just that there might be a little.

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"imran" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"imran" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"You name it but one of these this or to these or even more of these individual companies streaming markets are going to say you know what maybe this isn't the investment. We wanted to go ahead and continue with. They'll be consol. They didn't small swallowed up by other companies. And because it's all about your catalog man that's why I don't know what Apple TV plus is doing. I don't really understand. That was the most confusing using lackluster. Anything of any kind of release I've ever seen and this is from Apple. It's not it's not. They've done something like this before. It's just when you come out half hearted stuff like this before. Yeah when they really want to get behind something. They're virtually better than anyone else on the planet because they have almost any more more funding than anyone else on the planet. But when you have like you said a half hearted attempt like what they produce with apple plus and outside of m night Shyamalan Shyam odds new series. They've not brought anything else new. That's been really mentioned. That to me is disappointing for all those apple. Plus owners out there but look if you buy a phone you get a free for a year. So what do they care. They sold you a phone. They don't care might not be up for year. That's the problem. Yeah but leading into somewhere else into another direction for culture. You have something else you wanted to talk to you. This is near and dear to my heart on our show the chocolate podcast. We specifically talk about Comic Book and Superhero TV and movies and pop culture and just looking at the war between the MC marvel and DC Warner brothers movies leading into the future. What a decade? It's been for marvel of course undoubtedly would that that But we love the marble moves. We love the Marvel Universe. But it's almost I got into a place where you can say you kind of know what you're going to get you know. They've announced four movies a year for the next three years. That's twelve of movies in three years people. That's a lot of bogeys and you know with the attorneys. Every movie is going to change everything you know and you kind of have to say that with every movie now how DC on the other hand very interesting how they ended this decade they kind of Are Starting to hit up. They're trying. They're catching up. They're starting to fix in the train wreck they've ad hits Zama two billion dollar movies very quickly with a man and the joker joker being rated them taking that risk and it paying off off way better than we expected I think they just announced the birds of Prey Margot Robbie movie will also be R. Rated and this is the one thing they can do. That marvel all cannot is put out an already to superhero movie yet. Unless until they do it. I feel like this is their edge. So you know with the success of like Logan Deadpool. I'm really interested. Where like this adult rated comic book movies go and especially what they're going to do more spin offs and do you more adult nature stuff like that that could be that could be the thing to give them their their spot? You know just as biggest MC you. You're listening to the pop culture cosmos. Don't touch that dial we do people still use dials. You've heard others. Here's but nothing could prepare you for the shameful stupidity that is the jocking nerd. PODCAST here Imran so if you.

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"imran" Discussed on Our SKUD View

Our SKUD View

16:19 min | 2 years ago

"imran" Discussed on Our SKUD View

"All right. Imran Chris are back are skewed view are skeeve. You'd is back. And we've got some housekeeping items to take care of before we get into the content. Chris wanna tell them the, the news. Sure. In not. It's not bad. We're going on a brief hiatus see over the summer, right? We wanna make sure that you still hear from us, and we'll come on every now and again to give you some information about the big news that came out today, which is migratory is hosting a user conference. It is our first ever user conference, and it's going to be here in Charlotte in our home town area, which is great because this user conference, which were calling the drive conference is going to be the first one of many. I'm sure this is really going to be the event for retailers, manufacturers people that we work with in the home furnish. Shing's industry who wanna learn more and want to find ways to drive their business into the future, and it's going to be a big event. It's a huge opportunity for networking and learning about trends in the industry, and honestly, to see what some of your competitors and other retailers and brands are doing in terms of, of tack end to see what other people are, how other people are using the Microsoft, ecosystem, the point of this user conference is really to get in touch with all of you. We work with manufacturers. We work with retailers and so many of these logistics companies that help drive your business. And so it was important for us to have this user conference. Bring everybody together and focus on driving, your twenty twenty vision into the future. The drive conference is going to be March seventeenth through nineteenth of two thousand twenty which is big because. Most of you will be in town sort of four pre market. And we've made sure to have it start so that you can be at pre-market come down to Charlotte and spend a few days with us. It's going to be three days in Charlotte jam packed with some really, really big speakers were really excited to let you guys know about the Kino's, but we're not going to give you all those details. Now, we just want to let you know that Chris, and I and a lot of the team here are going to be really, really focused on this big user conference. The drive conference say over and over again and go check it out on the website because, you know, this is going to be a huge event guys. And we hope to see you there and we're gonna come back to the podcast, keep giving you guys information as it comes out. But our regularly scheduled program is gonna take a hiatus between seasons. And then we've got some really big plans and some big guest hosts that are going to be coming in season two so state. So let's dive into today's topic, we're going to go through some.

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"imran" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"imran" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Shoulders for proper form. Soften your knees slightly tuck your pelvis, choose the correct size weight for your ability and do not, hyper extend your arms. Eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning. Jennifer Kushinka is back with more of America's First News. President Trump says talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong UN ete a second summit aimed at reducing that communist countries nuclear weapons program ended today without a deal due to a disagreement over the lifting of sanctions Trump says North Korea wanted all the sanctions removed, but the US couldn't do that. This wasn't a walkaway like you get up and walk out. Now, this was very friendly. We shook hands we, you know, there's a there's a war that we have. Now hope that stays I think it will then meeting between the leaders was cut short and a plan lunch cancelled Trump says his relationship with Kim remains very strong, President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen claims Trump wanted to lie about a property deal in Moscow during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. In congressional testimony yesterday Cohen said the president directed covert plans for Trump hotel, even while he denied having any business in Russia at the same time. I was actively negotiating in Russia for him. He would look me in the eye and tell me there's no Russian business and then go on to lie to the American people killing also said Trump knew about a leak of hacked democratic emails. Trump accused Cohen of lying in order to reduce his prison time. The fifty two year old we'll start eight three year prison term in may for the campaign finance violation of paying hush money to one of Trump's Mr. says tax evasion and lying to congress India and Pakistan exchanged gunfire through the night into this morning in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir a day after Islamic Jihad said it shot down to Indian warplanes and captured a pilot and there were no immediate reports of casualties. Members of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's political party called for more military action suggesting the conflict could worsen the Pakistan's prime minister. Imran Khan called for talks between the two rivals. Even for a future hall of Famer this shot was one for the ages five seconds left raiders back to shoot couldn't get off. Now. TNT.

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"imran" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"imran" Discussed on WTVN

"For America. This is the Sean Hannity show. Twenty five till the top of the hour. It's amazing the level of corruption that is going on within our government within the deep state. I know we have spent an awful lot of time talking about all that has happened as it relates to oh, the corruption of the FBI the exoneration of Hillary when she was clearly guilty of crimes that the now we've been charging ROY Rogers stole with then, of course, the phony Faiza, they were all warned it was bought and paid for with funneled money and Christopher Steele was a trumpeter, but they used it. As a bulk of information to to us get the FIS applications, we've been able to make more progress on that. But parallel to this has been an ongoing investigation into the deep state and how they were as national security, and what what in large part they failed to do. And that is you know, twenty percent of. Democrats had an IT guy by the name of Imran Awan central character in the scandal. And he did all this work for congress had access to all their emails all their, you know, obviously, a lot of our nation secrets and he is an agent of Pakistan. You write about the fact that he had these entourages is when he would go back to Pakistan, literally driving him around is getting money from the Iranians in this whole thing. The book is called obstruction of Justice, how the deep state risks national security to protect Democrats Luke Rosiak is with us. So we have WikiLeaks hack in the DNC emails and Hillary's private server and all of that goes on. Meanwhile, we have this scandal going on now every step of the way as you'll writing for the daily caller. We were covering the story with you. I did we didn't do the hard research. You did. And every time you came on. I was shocked again and again. Let's go through. So they find out that all of these people are double charging most Democrats get rid of Imran Awan, not Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She keeps them on didn't want to be called racist. If I recall correctly, and he still has access to all of this information. Correct. Correct. And it's not all it's not just double charging. I mean, they found they looked at the server logs, and they found that they were logging in using other people's credentials to log as members of congress and check their emails and things like that. And so they knew that this really frightening stuff was going on for seven months, and what they did is they just waited and waited and waited until after the election because they thought Hillary Clinton was going to be in charge. And that is really really reckless. What they did they they knew of an ongoing hack on congress. And they and they let it happen. They literally allowed this guy. Even after they found out a lot about who. We was he still was able to remain on the system of getting congressional emails and information for seven months why why didn't they get? Rid of them right away. Why why wasn't he arrested because then he would hit the papers, and it would kind of derail this Russia narrative because then you'd have to hacks and this one is in Russia. You know, this is what the Democrats do. And it's it's crazy that we hear about some things all the time. And we don't hear about this. That's because the Democrats have successfully managed to control the narrative, and and a big part of that is the way that they control the DOJ. So they made it so that this guy was never arrested. He was kicked off the network, but not arrested right at the same time that Donald Trump was arrest was amazing thing is just in your own personal life, just identify her second or think about for a second your family's emails are being hacked. How worried would you be or your own personal emails or your own text messages? And then imagine letting the FBI no and your government knowing them, not helping you you call it more serious than the DNC hack. Why were these are government computers? I mean, the DNC is a fundraising group. This guy has a track record of just horrible horrible extortion. So first of all, the Democrats, you know, the investigator finds this is the insp-. Factor general of the house of representatives who's an expert in computers and was appointed by Nancy Pelosi ten years ago. And so what they do is they turn on the investigator ANSI Pelosi's general counsel screams that earns his mind your business. You will not investigate these guys. Eventually, they basically frame this woman on ethics charges. They falsely accused her of violating the Logan act this ridiculous stuff, and they driver out of federal service. I mean, they will turn on their own people in a second to control the narrative. How did you? Discover he had to sharia law wives and Virginia while so one of them approached me and said I'm being held against being basically kept like a slave. Iran. Juan is extorting me I tried to go to the police earlier. And then someone's shot at me, and he told me it was him. He tried to have me killed for blowing. The whistle on them. Imran Awan told me that he is a mole in congress has it. You know, when these months he'd go back to Pakistan. How did you know he was a Pakistani official at the same time that this guy's own wife is coming to me is the only person who's paying any attention to this pleading for her safety and. Pleading for me to do something. His stepmother also comes to me and says I'm being held in captivity by him as well because I also tried to go to the police, and he told me that he would have my whole family killed in Enron. It's controlling me with death threats. And so this is a guy who and by the way, both the stepmom in one of the wives. They're being surveilled. He's using his IT expertise to use audio in hidden cameras in in their houses and monitoring what they do you able to confirm all that. Yeah. I mean, there's one of them has pictures of, you know, some of the hidden devices, and, you know, some of this, you know, it would be very very easy for the FBI to to get this information the women were trying to talk to the FBI. And so this woman his own wife is telling me you've got to save the country from this guy. Something has got to be done interesting that that bold Lisa page and Peter Struck well their bones with critical text messages were wiped clean. Now. We find out in this particular case, the police say the democratic caucus server, which was key evidence in this hack disappeared out of the democrat. That's always get away with disappearing computer records so much evidence disappeared in this case for on. The I g said, you know, you've got to look at the server contains so much bad stuff. This is what they're hacking. And then the police ride the capitol police, and I have the Meno it says the the has democratic caucus servers now missing. Then you have other devices that were turned over by first hand witnesses to the FBI and the FBI loses that basically after they fire the g driver out. They turn it over to the FBI because Nancy Pelosi. No, she control the FBI. You know, there's a lot here, and it would take to prove at all I guess in a big court case. But at the at the core of it, you have the server logs which show they made on authorized access to congress. You have these comp- financial documents, which they're cooking. The books in congress to steal computers and send it over to Pakistan. Those documents are falsified it takes two seconds to prove those things and magically they send it over to the FBI to quote investigate for two years. And by the end of two years documents that plainly show wrongdoing somehow no longer show wrongdoing. But it serves you kind of distract you say in the book. One of the wives calls the police says she's being held like a slave. And that she was shot at as you just said, and he said to her that he did it. How did the FBI come to stand in her front door to make sure she can't go to court? You may say why? So they they never actually charged this guy Ron along with hacking congress because if they did that's when it goes to trial, and there's testimony and so he got Hillary Clinton lawyer, former aide Hillary Clinton, and they start meeting with the prosecutors behind the scenes, and then the prosecutor start basically calling witnesses and threatening them and saying don't bring evidence. And then, you know, eventually, they put out this statement saying basically quitting him giving him immunity and saying he did nothing wrong. Now, the evidence shows that he did this thing. And of course, the media runs wild and says, you know, Jeff Sessions has debunked conspiracy theory from Trump, and none of them have the attention span to see that documents prove that, you know, this is completely false. What the FBI said and the whole time they knew it wasn't like they did. This certainly didn't knock down his door like that. It's Roger stone. They didn't do search warrants against this guy. They didn't they intentionally didn't interview anyone what about when the computer was left in the phone booth. So after he's banned from congress, he takes Wasserman Schultz is laptop and leaves it in a phone booth at midnight. And again, no one's gonna tell us that ever happened until Wasserman Schultz pops up in a hearing yelling at the chief of police there's going to be she wants the computer back. She was yelling at the police people at the time we have the video. Absolutely. And and there was so many things like that. That are in this book that went on behind the scenes in in congress. And it really just shows you how they do these things. I mean, when you hear that, you know, they arrived at this decision not to charge Hillary Clinton, or you know, how the fusion GPS steer all this set all the wheels in motion to start this whole Russia collusion thing. This is kind of tracing from the beginning the foreign entity you believe he's an agent for Pakistan and that he has access to forty four Democratic Congress people's computers. That he's taking and having access to their emails and sensitive information, and that we know about it. And that they successfully navigate through the deep state Justice department FBI and convince them not to investigate. What is a breach of our national security would not only not investigate? But a lotta times they knew of evidence, and they made it they made it go away actively, and it was really a tremendous concerted effort, what level of the FBI will are we talking about here is this again like in the case of struck and page and McCabe and Baker and call me or one of the things about this book is really names names, and it talks about the deep state, which I think of as being way down there. It's not the figureheads who actually have much less control the government. So this book names names, and it says which FBI agents just regular old special agents threatened witnesses did all this stuff it talks about the prosecutors. I don't know exactly threatened in the course of your investigation, you know, not not physically, but a lot of other people. People were his own wife was shot..

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