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Who Signed the Arrest Warrant to Nab Jeffrey Epstein?
"That's actually easy to find out is, who signed the arrest warrant to arrest Jeffrey Epstein when he landed back from Paris if my memory serves me correctly, Newark international airport, Newark. I believe that and if I remember correctly, Ghislaine Maxwell was actually the one that told him to come home. If I remember correctly, Ghislaine Maxwell told him to come home or come back, he did it on trust and as soon as he landed in Newark airport, he was arrested. Play cut 36 of Ghislaine Maxwell, now expressing her thoughts. Play cut 36. I believe that he was magic. Wow shocked. Now what did it happen? Because the science team was saying to, I was sure you were going to appeal. And I was sure that he was covered under the non prosecution agreement. But I wasn't in the indictment. I wasn't mentioned. I wasn't even one of the Coke. I obviously wish I'd never met him. Now, we very well might be able to I'm sure we can find the name of some judge that signed the warrant to actually arrest him or the arresting agents. That's not the point. The point is who's actually in charge who decided, we want to take out Jeffrey Epstein. No, no, not just take him out, but arrest him. And if you were going to kill Jeffrey Epstein, why would you need to arrest him, put him in prison, and then do it in a way that will only invite criticism and questions. And it does beg the broader question, were there people within the government that were actually trying to do the right thing?
Jeffrey Epstein's 'Suicide' Was Anything But
"Remember back in the, I want to make sure I get my years right. I think this all happened in 2019 if I'm not mistaken. And I remember it was August or September 2019. If I'm remembering correctly. And Jeffrey Epstein was arrested. And Jeffrey Epstein was arrested. And a friend of mine, who remain nameless, who's very well sourced in the Intel community. He's been on our show before. I'll just give you that little heads up. I'll give you that little tease. We text often and he said Charlie urgent call me. So I picked up the phone and I spoke to him and said, hey, what's up? And he's like, I got 5 things. He was always on top of the ball and head of the game. And he said, Charlie, they're going to kill Epstein. I said, what are you talking about, man? I don't even. Is that the guy that's the pedophile with the young girls? I didn't know that much about him. I vaguely knew a little bit about the Lolita express in the island and but it was still a little bit of a foreign concept. And he said, no, no, I got sources. They're going to take out Epstein. I was like, all right, man, sure. What do you want me to do? He says, you got to tell Trump. You got to get him in a maximum security. You got to get Secret Service protection. It was like this whole thing. You got to deploy the agents that he is the nexus that he is the linchpin that if you are able to isolate and get a little bit of what Epstein knows, you could take down his words the entire cabal. And I kind of, and I'll be very honest, I was naive. I rolled my eyes. I was like, all right, man. Sure. And our team can tell me what the gap is between the arrest and the murder or the suicide, as we're supposed to believe. But everything that he predicted came true. And not only if I just add one more detail, he said they're going to make it look like he killed himself. Now, whether or not this person that I spoke to on the phone that was very well sourced and is what very well sourced. And by the way, he's been right about dozens of things as he's come on our program. He was right on things on Afghanistan. He was right on many different things. He was arrested on July 6th, 2019. And he died on August 10th, 2019. So about a 5 week gap, which makes sense. That means that the ruling class and the elite started to get very nervous and they started to put plans in place.
Victor Davis Hanson: 'Put on Your Armor and Face These People'
"Get your reaction to the election of the speaker? I was asked that by Tucker on Fox News and I think day two when I said, I think another four to 8 hours would be helpful, but after that would be counterproductive only because why they were hammering out an agenda and a protocol that was long overdue when it was messy, you looked at the other side and it was almost stalinist. It was 212 on every single bow. There was not one defection for Jeffreys. When they have a defection on Ukraine, they squash it. We're dealing with some of the most disciplined, hardcore cadres on the left. This is not the old messy Democratic Party that was all over the map. These people are hardcore leftists. So when we're trying to deal with them, I like the idea that we're getting these issues out in front of the American people, we're arguing over them, but my only point was after three or four days, I think it's time to put on your arm or face these people
MorningStar Ministries' Chris Reed on the Conditionality of Prophecy
"I'm talking to Chris Reed of Morningstar ministry's Chris. I'm sure that there are just people stunned by what we're talking about. I encourage them to watch the video where you deliver this stuff at Morningstar TV dot com so they can get it. But so you said that, first of all, the, that the Prince Andrew, who has been plausibly tied to some of the Jeffrey Epstein stuff that this would overwhelm him to the point that you said he would try to take his life or he would be tempted to take his life. The thing that you just showed us on the screen implied that he would succeed in that. But when you spoke on December 29th, you told us to pray for him that you didn't see that as a theta complete. Yeah. Yeah, once again, I want to say, some of these things, you see in part, you see glimpses of it in these visionary experiences and I saw him in such a place of desperation and grief. I mean, of course he lost his mother and so on and so forth. And I saw him try to take his own life and it seemed like he was successful, but another part of me felt like that this could be prayed against. Just like this whole thing I saw with Ted Cruz. I thought a health crisis, you know, coming for senator Ted Cruz and I feel like that can be averted if enough people begin to pray because we need him. He's throwing conservative in Texas and I'm praying God will protect him and preserve him and keep him from harm. Well, so some of this stuff is conditional and you're just talking about what God showed you, but you did you did say that God clearly showed you that the marriage of Harry and Meghan would not last. He will be played the fool, yes. He will be he will realize at I can't, I don't know the exact date of this, okay? I'm sharing in 2023 things that could happen. I don't want to limit this to 2023. This may, you know, two or three years. I don't know, but I did see them split. Yes. And his attempt to reconcile with his family.
McCarthy's bid for speaker to continue, says Trump backs him
"Republicans ended the new Congress's first day in disarray, failing to elect party leader Kevin McCarthy as the new House speaker. It was the first time in 100 years that a House speaker nominee failed to win the gavel with his party in charge. Is it the day I wanted to have? No. McCarthy vowed to keep fighting even as the GOP's most conservative members like chip Roy pledged to end business as usual. This is about the future of the country. The house is immediate future, though, is in doubt. It can't fully form without a speaker. Number two House Republican Steve scalise is urging Roy and others to drop their protest. We all came here to get things done. Democratic leader rakeem Jeffries says some less some reasonable Republicans step in. They have no way out. Even Jeffrey's got more votes for a speaker than McCarthy in the first two rounds. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
New York City get ready to celebrate New Year's Eve
"All across the country, cities and towns are getting ready to ring in the new year with celebrations large and small and a put behind some COVID restrictions from last New Year's Eve. Three, two, one. In Times Square, there were testing out the giant crystal ball on Friday that will usher in 2023, and it was all systems go for the new year's celebrations as Jeffrey Strauss, president of countdown entertainment. It's only here in New York City that you see this Times Square waterford crystal ball and all those people kissing and celebrating filled with love for 2023. Police commissioner keyshawn sewell says they are ready for the night and the crowds that will pack Times Square. All under the umbrella of the most well policed, best protected event in the entire world. But of course, she says, if you see something, say something. Julie Walker, New York
Larry O'Connor: Larger Corps Don't Have Visionaries Anymore
"You saw it with Apple At one point and I think you're seeing it with Apple again With their currency Where you have a visionary like herb Kelleher like Steve Jobs Like Walt Disney and frankly after him it wasn't until Michael eisner And Jeffrey katzenberg where you actually had visionaries back in charge of Disney Where you had people who had a passion for the product that the company made And then they go away for one reason or another sometimes because they die or retire Or move on Sometimes there's a hostile takeover by investors Who want to go in another direction And then they put somebody in place that doesn't have that love for the product They don't even understand the product that the company sells Wall Street would have you believe that the product doesn't matter The people with MBAs coming out of your Ivy League schools will have you believe that knowledge of the actual end product is superfluous to running a good company That there's some sort of mold or cookie cutter That you can just put in place And in Apple is the perfect example They get rid of Steve Jobs they put in a guy whose claim to fame was running Pepsi Ah you know same thing It doesn't matter it's a consumer product You can sell a soft drink At the time probably 75 cents Or you can sell a $1500 personal computer It's really ultimately the same business That's the mindset That's the mentality
FTX Creditors Could Recover up to 40 of Their Funds, Says Jefferies Report
"1 a.m. Monday, December 19th, 2022 FTX creditors could recover up to 40 of their funds, says Jeffrey's report. Famine maintained FTX victims, could retrieve between 20 and 40 of their investment.
Cliff Schecter on How House Democrats Should Handle Republicans
"I don't think Republicans are going to work with us. They have no interest in lowering inflation or anything. This is all they're going to do is investigation. Let's say that. Sorry, go ahead. No, I said, how do we handle that? Democratic mess. Well, so here's what I would say. First of all, paint them into a corner. We don't do that enough. You know they create these demons with people like Nancy Pelosi who aren't even demons. Marjorie Taylor Greene is a demon. Yeah. She should be the face of their party. She's the one pulling on McCarthy strings. And they're not even guaranteed that he has the votes yet. So what I'm hoping is, go ahead. Go ahead, no finish, 'cause yeah, go ahead. I did a little bit of research, and you have to do a lot of research to find normal Republicans. And there are actually like three or four in the house. There's one Latina from the Miami area who voted in favor of background checks, version in favor of the keeping the Affordable Care Act was pro choice and also their stuff. And I thought, why don't Democrats grab the half dozen Republicans who are sane, go and make a power sharing agreement, make this woman speaker and just get her to agree to bring up some decent legislation and just chop Kevin McCarthy because already. He doesn't have the votes. Well, this is the shade that Jeffrey's just through, just real quick. Let's take a listen. Hakeem Jeffries. On what you just said. You expect that Kevin McCarthy is going to be speaker? Well, that's a question at the end of the day that the Republicans are going to have to work out. He seems to be having a difficult time at this moment getting the two 18. But we'll see what happens on January 3rd. Yes. I was going to see the other one that would be a good candidate is David valadao from the Fresno area because his district is actually a Biden controlled district, but he got reelected. But he voted for impeachment. He also voted on the gun safety and he also voted for abortion rights. And another one of those ones I liked. I didn't know if he had held on though, is that been officially his officially held on? It looks like he's going to win. I don't know if it's been a call yet, but if I am happy to be happy like you, I have not given up on the blue tsunami. I think there might be just enough GOP that are either indicted. Or we can bring the others to sanity and we could still control the house.
Hakeem Jeffries unanimously elected leader of House Democrats, calls for bipartisanship
"House Democrats will have a new leader in the new session of Congress next month, and he's vowing to find common ground with Republican leaders. New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries becomes the first black American to lead a major political party at the capitol. The 52 year old is vowing to get things done for the American people. Fight for better paying jobs, fight for safer communities, defend democracy, fight for reproductive freedom. On ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos, Jeffreys vows to work with Republicans wherever they can. They're going to double and triple down on the extremism that we've seen from people like Marjorie Taylor Greene, that would be unfortunate. Republican congressman David Joyce of Ohio is also rejecting extremism on the hill. He says the party needs to serve the public that put them into office. You see all this kabuki theater taking place at D.C.. But what is that doing to lower the price of gas? What is that doing to lower the groceries? Jackie Quinn Washington
Amber Athey: Every High-Profile Left Figure Denied 2016 Election
"The Democrats just picked a new leader Hakim Jeffries now I know amber you follow the game here as much as I do sadly it has turned into a game The left told us the worst thing you could be right now is an election denier right If you are you should be banned from YouTube Twitter Facebook SnapChat TikTok You shouldn't be allowed to speak You should be hung from your toenails Upside down 20 hours a day Four hours to get your breath back in that's it Which is really strange Because Hakeem Jeffries is on video and audio I just played it before you came on Repeatedly questioning the 2016 election Your thoughts are missed disaster It's so typical pretty much every high profile figure on the left at this point we know based on their old social media habits and posts that they all thought to 2016 election was stolen And the ones who didn't outright say it were pushing the idea that Russia had colluded with Trump to help him win anyway So he came Jeffrey's Nancy Pelosi Korean Jean Pierre the current White House press secretary and then the former one Jen Psaki They have all done it It's funny When a Republican wins and they didn't want them to win they claim voter suppression but then when a Democrat wins and Republicans point out fraud they say that you're an election denier
The Irony in Chuck Schumer Celebrating Hakeem Jeffries
"Chuck Schumer on the floor of the Senate today And there's a great irony that's lost on his statement Let's see if you can pick it up See if he can figure it out American mister producer Let's see if you can find it Cut ten go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point in the history Police he didn't say erection this time mister Matisse Let's start over just for the fun of it Go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point Reading is fundamental you idiot Go ahead Let me say that again A khakim Jeffries elevation I have an excuse I have a left eye that's screwed up In fact tomorrow I'm going in and get my monthly needle in the eye because I have slow leak from a hemorrhage in the back of the left retina So actually when I'm reading stuff depending on what time during the course of the month it is it's blurry So if I have very little fonts it's very difficult for me to this guy There he is diving he's reading Let me start over Cut ten start over Go Hakeem Jeffries elevation is House democratic leader is as turning a point in the history of the United States is a turning point In the history of the United States let me say that again King Jeffrey's elevation as House democratic leader is a turning point in the history of the United States Congress Why Never before Good As an African American leader or any leader of color held the top position for either party in either chamber With yesterday's vote on respect for America Now let's just stop there You see the irony mister producer Chuck Schumer is a white guy
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss E. Michael Jones' Antisemitism
"Years ago, I read some of E Michael Jones's books. And again, this is what Nick Fuentes is kind of following, right? I read some of his books and he wrote one called degenerate moderns. It was brilliant. He wrote another one about architecture and another one, I forget. But brilliant stuff, right? And so I visited him in his home and I didn't see the anti semitic side of him until right around that time, a friend of mine, doctor Jeffrey sat in over, wrote a brilliant book, he is a genius psychiatrist, he has a degree in quantum physics. One of the smartest people I know, not a Christian, but he wrote an amazing book from the point of view of a psychiatrist who had dealt with people struggling with same sex attraction. And it really an amazing, amazing book, sat in over his last name. And so I interviewed him and reviewed it ostensibly for E Michael Jones magazine. He hardly printed anything of what I wrote. He cut almost everything. And then he wrote a review that was effectively anti semitic. And I will never, ever, ever forget it. I read it and I thought, this, this can be, this is the whole, the whole review of this great book, which was homosexuality and the politics of truth by Jeff sat in over hinged on really an anti semitic idea. And that's when I realized 27 years ago, uh oh, I don't know that I can spend any more time. You're telling me Nick Fuentes who just had dinner with the president is following you, Michael. Right. That's right. And I'll just explain briefly to your readers. Michael Jones is a theological Jew hater. He doesn't hate them racially. He doesn't believe in Nazi crackpot racialism. He believes that any one of the Jewish people who does not accept Jesus is the moral equivalent of the sadducees and that he takes literally the statement, let their blood be upon us and upon our children. He channels the old old anti semitism of some of the church fathers and some people in the Middle Ages. He takes all that, not as a historical tragedy and abuse, but as an authoritative part of the Christian tradition. And he describes the Jews who did not follow Jesus as the synagogue of Satan and the mystical body of Antichrist. That has existed ever since the death of our lord. And as a sort of satanic counter church. And so he blames Jews for pornography, even though the Marquis de Sade was not Jewish. He blames them for abortion. Margaret Sanger was not Jewish. He manages to act as if the Jewish people by not accepting Jesus became Antichrist. And
Donald Trump, And Poor Judgement
"Does the kid come out and say some things that I agree with? Yeah, of course. He's not a dummy. He asks a little bit of a little bit charisma and he's like a broken clock. He's right twice a day. But when you talk about the sentiment of somebody like that, you're thrusting this ideology onto president Trump and the left is running away with it. Wait till they begin to come closer to the election. They're not going to say that Trump accidentally met with this guy. They already said, just like Trump said he didn't know who David duke was. They're saying he claimed he didn't know who Nick Fincher was, which Trump probably did not know who Nick Francis was, but it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter if he knew or not. I want us to understand that. It doesn't matter. It's the fact that your call with a racist. And you can say all you want, we believe it, but they're going to methodically just break away at the fabric of the rest of the people in the country. And it's going to make Trump look even more of a racist. You know, that's just like somebody meet with a pedophile. Well, I didn't know that. I didn't know that I don't know who's a big pedophile out there. Don't want to kill themselves. Jeffrey Epstein. Nobody cares that you were on an airplane with Jeffrey esteem and you didn't know who he was. You were on a plane with Jeffrey Epstein.
America Deserved to See the Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Televised
"Of course we got the Ghislaine Maxwell's situation, and this is perhaps the most bullshit ever. This could be the trial of the century second only to O. J. Simpson. Naturally, the Jeffrey Epstein trial would have been all that and a bag of nuts, but we didn't get that because, well, either he was killed or he killed himself, but he's gone. So then you get his second in command, his gal Friday, his right hand man, Ghislaine Maxwell, I mean, I make jokes about this, but these are two people who are involved in sex trafficking, pedophilia. You know, we can't, we can't act like, oh, well, they just like to get laid and this is an awful thing these two are involved in. I can't believe we, as Americans, are not able to see this trial. I can't believe there's nobody streaming this trial. Hulu? Amazon, Netflix? Nope, Disney+, perhaps? After all, it is about kids. Can anybody? I know they can't. I'm just saying, I know the judge says, no, we're not getting any no cameras in the courtroom. So all you're going to get are people who come out of the court at night and talk to quote unquote journalists who are folks standing in the street with a microphone or an iPhone and go live. You've got to search these people out. The one correspondent, the one journalist you need to hear from regularly throughout this trial would be Vicki ward. She's somebody that has written extensively about Ghislaine Maxwell. She knows everything about her. I don't know if she's in the courtroom, I would assume she is, but we're not gonna get to see anything. And it's a shame, I think yesterday are two days ago, the first day of the trial, some people spilled out of the courtroom and talked freedom fires is that there's an Instagram page, freedom, fires, they've got this woman on the street, really interesting black woman named Joe. She's good, she likes to get information out about what she's hearing. I don't think she'll be back in there after she kind of spilled her guts as to what this looks like. So they're probably gonna deny her access, which is really a shame. We were supposed to know about this. This can't be held in a dark room with no light is shined upon it. It ain't right, man.
Melinda Gates, Amal Clooney and Michelle Obama Have Joined Forces
"Also a writer, they talked to none of you are going to remember this, but you should. You should look her up. Selma diamond. You know, back in the day, there were ten sitcoms. And each sitcom had ten writers on the show. That's a hundred writers. Only one was female, and that was Selma diamond. Could you imagine the story she had to tell? She became a prolific comedy writer, worked on a lot of shows and these shows normally only had men, tough fall, broad, New York City, Jewish chip, she didn't give a fuck. I just wish the women today could sit down and watch a couple of hours of Selma diamond talking about what it took to make it in the world. But nowadays you can watch Amal Clooney and Melinda Gates and Michelle Obama talking about their problems. I put up an I put up an Instagram with these three rules, their picture saying, please remind me not to watch this. They've all announced a collaboration between their foundations to advance gender equality and get this to end child marriage, I didn't even know we had a huge problem with child marriage. Is that a new thing? Is this the next thing? Is that going to be a new ribbon? What's that gonna be colored? Magenta? Child marriage, what is this all about? You can introduce all these new things to me. I know these three women don't care about the price of gasoline, how much groceries cost and living paycheck to paycheck has never ever happened in their lives. So they got bigger issues to tackle. I mean, Melinda was married to Bill Gates, one of the wealthiest men ever in the world. Also a man who knew of Jeffrey Epstein's predilection for underage girls and still made him a best friend. Also a man who has his hand in vaccinations and is treated like some kind of king when he goes to the G four summit or other smarty art functions. Why is Bill Gates treated like he's an elected official? It's a fucking computer nerd. With money. So listen, ladies, pay attention to what these women have to say. Especially Melinda Gates. Here's what she said. About, what is the issue? Of our lifetime. She said, my mom always told me, set your agenda or someone else will. A bullshit, your mother didn't use that expression. No one talked about agendas in the fucking 50s and 60s. It's a lie. She never said that. Set your agenda. That wasn't an expression. It just wasn't. It's like saying nowadays, oh, you gotta go to the link and cut and paste the link and we understand that today. one would have understood that in the 60s. No one heard set your own agenda. She's full of shit. And she said, and the agenda of our lifetime is making sure women can take their full power in society. Women have these unpaid burdens. Take our children, of our elderly parents, but what I want to say to women is you need to take care of yourselves first. Once you do that, then you can fully take care of others. But if we name the unpaid labor that we do, society can help us. And if good policies are put in place, it makes our jobs easier. Everybody has agency. Hate that expression. Everybody has agency, but being able to use our full agency to be fully in our female power isn't always possible. But if you start and empower someone else and they're going to empower everybody around them and you'll see what happens. I don't know where to start. I don't know where to start. I love our female power. Imagine if I began a speech by talking about our male power, I'd be booed off the stage and pelted with old bread and eggs. Such a double standard of bullshit and then what she's saying is something I haven't ever seen with the women who raised me, maybe you did, did you? I don't think you did. I didn't, did you? My sister rosalie takes care of all of us or two sons, her husband, her fucking brother who's on his ass and not knowing what the fuck's what two grandkids or 6 dogs and anybody else who wants help or attention. I've never heard her say, um, I can't do anything until I take care of myself first. But rather, the companies coming over in 15 minutes, what can I do? Didn't you hear me? I'm taking care of myself. I'll be down when I'm down. Don't imagine my mother when I was ten years old or so. Mom, you didn't pack a cold lunch. And I got no money for a hot lunch. What do I do? My father takes me, she's like, your mother is taking care of a
CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts
"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.
Jeffries makes historic bid to lead House Dems after Pelosi
"A day after Nancy Pelosi said she's stepping aside as House democratic leader the party could create more history 15 years after Pelosi became the house's first female speaker Money everyone New York's Hakeem Jeffries could make his own history as the first black leader of either party in Congress Jeffrey says he's running for a House democratic leader after Pelosi said it's time to pass the mantle For me the hours come for a new generation Top deputies steny Hoyer and Jim Clyburn are also stepping aside with Catherine Clark and Pete Aguilar moving quickly to replace that after long working with Jefferies as lower rung leaders and now seeking a smooth transition as Democrats shift to the House minority Sagar Meghani Washington
"jeffrey" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"I mean, think about that fire nation. Think about people on your team who are spending so much of their time doing this work, this potential repetitive, this potential questionably useful. But they're literally they're drowning in data. People may aren't even looking at the data. And it's just stuff that doesn't have to be done by these individuals. These four individuals that Jeffrey shares that are just spending all their time doing these people you're paying salaries, benefits, all these different things, when you could be utilizing these individuals for actual profit producing activities. This can make and break a business that makes and breaks businesses every single day. Literally. So Jeffrey with everything we talked about. What is the one key takeaway you really want to make sure our listeners get from everything that we talked about with tracer today with the problems you're solving with the partners and the clients and the decisions that we're making, what is the one key take where you want to make sure we really walk away with? How can we connect with you in your company? Any call to action you may have for our listeners and then we'll say goodbye. I would.
"jeffrey" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Out of justice thus far i think they do. I think that they They're still very angry and are skeptical. That prosecutors are going to continue this investigation beyond a jeffrey obscene and galen maxwell they believe that there were a lot of other people that were involved in particularly men who were engaging in sex with minors and they believe that authorities should go after everyone who helped epstein. And you know. I think that there there is some concern that authorities are going to charge. You know possibly convict galen maxwell and then not go any further with the case so There are some victims out there that are pressuring prosecutors to continue their investigation.
"jeffrey" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"What's the challenge. You have for everyone listening today. Here's the challenge. I have you today. What i'd like you to do in your business. If you're running a business or in your personal life is to say thank you and i appreciate you three times within twenty four hours to three people who are in your life and it needs to be authentic. You wanna find something about who they are or what they've done in their own lives or maybe how that helped you or your business really find it. Feel the gratitude about it and say out loud thank you. I think you'll be amazed at what happens. Love that it's great twenty twenty-four challenge again. We'll have that on the show notes as well at conscious millionaire show dot com and now it's one of my favorite parts of the show is that i want to reach out and give you a hug virtual hug and tell you i love you because we all need love right now in our lives and i want to thank you for. What's in your soul. What's in your heart. What is your purpose your passion that impact that you're making with your life. We want to help you make that at a bigger level put more money in the bank and get a life where you truly are a limitless and thriving and enjoying your life at a new level and now it's time for the conscious millionaire entrepreneur questions and we always start with mindset because i believe everything starts in the mind. What's the mindset that. You've developed jeffrey for discovering your best business opportunities i think it started with the feeling of being unlimited so i think we don't understand The feeling of being unlimited. Until we understand that we've been burdened by the idea of being limited. So as an example i i was never an entrepreneur I've always worked for someone else for a company. And i realized that if i wanted to really have the kind of impact on the world that i really wanted to have that would need to see myself in a new way so for me. It's just kind of like taking off the veil taking off the heavy jacket that this isn't possible that somehow success happens for other people but not for me. I think the first step is actually realizing that it's possible and.
"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"It's your surprising. The kids also. Yeah right yeah. He's not being surprised at his fam- okay okay. A army guy. There said quote. The children knew something was up. They playing arrived and they were television. There's no surprise cameras. Snap pictures of his excited. Kids hugging him on the tarmac. A family attorney said they wanted to quote. Thank god for protecting jeffrey during his six months in captivity. What's your real. What's your no your read on this deity read on this deity as ones. I can never get past this shit. I can never get. It has not it never. it never fails. It never fails. You know what it reminds me of always is when you're like hey. The climate is collapsing. And we need to do stuff and people like. But you're talking about getting rid of the whole sector job. No earth do that. That's part of it. People might be getting clued into that. Now that the thing we've been talking about is if you don't change than climate change is going to change you so yeah it's like whatever your knock list of values are yeah. They don't exist without air so after a few months has headaches went away his vision improved. I feel like i should go back to bibles to it again. The game is job back. Okay jug reporters that. He wanted to go to pakistan next. His boss was not amused. Okay his new contract forbid him from traveling to dangerous places or he would be fired. Fair fairclough's the other two detainees. Were released two weeks. After jeffrey sunny release the movie the interview was then hacked and tons of their information released. The hackers discussed quote the movie of terrorism reflecting back on it. Jeffrey doesn't feel like his amazing bible stunt had accomplished anything and the god must not have wanted him to succeed. That's it that's your takeaway. Yeah he's mysterious. Say the lord works in mysterious ways. It's a cover for everything. It's pretty bad it's like an alcoholic you'd be. He works in mysterious ways. No he's just drunk drunk. I guess like i said. This is mainly based on holiday at the dictators. Guest house joshua hunt and if it's magazine also The journal newspaper from hamilton. Ohio and the dayton daily news from dayton ohio..
"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Weeks go by each day. Minder would come in and they would watch in the morning they would watch exercise. Tv shows who. Jeffrey and his mind or yeah and the minder would exercise. And try to get jeffrey to join in. Which is so funny. Because that's like almost like stereotypical what you hear about. North korea true. Yeah morning calisthenics. Although we use morning calisthenics here pastry in in the middle of the day. Another minder would come. His job was to get jeffrey ready for his trial. Okay jeffrey also. Mainly exercise based and exercise based jerry was told to confess his crimes against north korea. And they want him to write them all down. Everything he had done down during these interviews jeopardy had to wear a dress shirt so when this guy came over this minder put pressure. But he wasn't leaving he said to dress nice for this guy. Just my room please. But on and sometimes discussions with this guy we're pleasant. Sometimes they were really not pleasant. And jeffrey just said over over and over that he come on his own and no-one send them minder quote. That's schoolboy logic. If you don't start cooperating things are going to become less pleasant. I mean his plan is so dumb. They don't believe it's possible. I don't know what to do with it. It's fucking yeah. It's like a three year olds plan and of course it sounds like he's lying because it's so yes and they're and they're like look he's clearly got great training. We can't break him even if he wasn't lying they would want him to lie. But in this case they're like jesus. Christ janet come on after a while. It was clear they didn't want the truth. So that's what. Jeffrey sense right. Yeah okay yeah. Why don't you not have attitude for a little while. Geoffrey geoffrey mets guy. Mr carter and he said mr carter ran an underground. Oh miss the cata. Can i take. The bible is so old mr carter. I used to watch nick knight reruns. Okay mr credit ran an underground missionary in china and he had gotten jeffrey to drop the bible off the miners. Absolute bullshit dulles. I brought it on my own. I ask funding up to three weeks..
"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Alfred e. neuman grin of god empty-headed empty headed. They take the train from chongjin to pyonyang overnight and as they head for the airport. Jeffrey is reprimanded by the k-i-t-e man. He's basically saying there's consequences for what you do. There are consequences okay customs. Jeffrey had to go through a metal detector and they made him go through it over and over and over and over and over again Customs and they go out onto the tarmac to get on the plane and just then too large north korean men wearing black pants and polo shirts. Walkup don't say word. Just motion for jeffrey to follow god. He's put into the backseat of a car. Sitting between the two men. A man of the fronts. He turns around and he says he's named mr joe and he would be jeffries interpreter. Hi mr joe. It's a real name so they go to this hotel. That's a famous hotel. Wow and they take jeffrey into a back room. All the people to be in this situation because mr jaws the bible on his hand and he asked jeffrey if this is his. It's my wife's. There's a photo of his family sticking out of the bible. I'm trying to think if that is minor isn't i guess. Here's what i'll say i have on. That looks just like it. And that's my family. I have another turquoise bible like that. Yeah but not my. Here's what i do. That's my brother is damn that's right. That's mine and there's two others like stashed in this country. And if you want to find out where they are you gonna let me get on that fucking plane joining so look. His plans eight dropped. It is just in fucking ruins because he put it under trash gannon rapid newspaper again. Not thinking like no defeat thinking so i mean literally the way he did it. There's no way it could be anything but a guy lashing..
"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Fucking shit. Just just just enjoy taking ticket. Talk show when you leave. So then they all fly to. Pyongyang and jeffrey has the bible in a leather bomber. Jacket causes the whole jacket to sag to the right. Well that's what the bible did to our political culture. He's got an it's an inside pocket right Snap so he's got in there and the whole thing is just like leaning one way in the airport terminal a security agent looks through his luggage and jeffrey's like saying to himself just trust in god. What god's plan. Just trust in god and then he walks through the metal detector. The metal detector goes he says christ takes everything out of his pockets except obviously the bible and the metal detectors still goes off. Oh my god. What if he what. Oh my knife and the bible like takes off his belt. It's doug goes off so he thinks i'm fucked. I have nothing else on me. And he reaches into jacket unsnapped the bible but then right then the security agent tells them to just go through because because god is helping him right. Sorry i took so long there. Sometimes people confuse a security being lazy with god helping them. Yeah and in. This case got helped him so he goes about and he goes on the tour bus. He sits alone everyone else's like talking but he's just hang. He said he sat alone. Smiled a lot so i. i wonder why nobody said next to that guy. Can you imagine someone looking inviting on a bus like looking like hey sit here. It'd be absolutely not going like poop at hotel l. Had roommate so he's paired up with the canadian poor bastard. This is actually the part of the door. You lose me yeah show. I'm fiat your roommates. Yeah especially not him. You might meet someone like hey man you want to get drunk and be like all right cool instead of this guy is going to be like..
"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"But i also what the bible so he puts the picture in. He also writes his family's names their address and phone number in their plan is to art. He's going to drop the bible somewhere in the northern territory's going to drop it. He's literally gonna drop it he he. He figures that up in the northern territories the areas far away from young in which is obviously the main capital that up there christian undergrounds people who are underground christians hiding from government and doing their christian stuff well they would find it and then they could use the bible and his bible could be used by an entire community i and because he could his name and address and a photos of family the entire community would know who brought it to the my god. God it's a good idea. I mean the frog's leap less. That is un fucking believable and he also is basically just trying to get the bible experience. That's already been had for his own. Basically trying to be like. I wrote the bible. But he's basically moses with the commandment yeah he wants to be like a guy who did something really important. I talked to god. He said get this. There's an amazon receipt here. Did take the fuck out. Don't come on that really takes the shine off. It's you know what it reminds me of. It reminds me of when you're a kid and you're fantasizing about making that last shot or hitting the home run to right better for him. This is his fantasy too. Yeah like that's his version of this. Oh by god tab. He dropped the by the tweed. Those blush as there's no way anti the guards are going to be able to five that that is purely gonna be fab by the citizens outside a pr gag. Our whole community is now christian based on this one guy. This this is a seed that will provide harvest for decades jeter believable stuff here from our crazy jeffrey. It's just it's michael jordan of bat. Shit bible drops. Because it's really fucking crazy. It's crazy it's it's all crazy but it's crazy to have never gone..
"jeffrey" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Jeffrey quote you don't hear the term mail order bride anymore. I guess geyser ashamed to call it that nowadays. But i never understood the stigma myself. Okay okay yeah it works. Yeah sure and just seems to work so jeffrey certain and that seems to work forever for a while they seem to. They seem to be doing fine okay. Jeffrey started spending hours online looking at human rights reports and north korea. As you do. I don't know what else. What else do you do online to be fair. If you're going to look up. North korea may as well start around their human rights. He read books about the experience of north korean refugees escape from camp fourteen and only beautiful please and then. Jeffrey traveled alone to russia in two thousand thirteen. Okay so he also when he goes on these when he goes on these trips he likes to go alone he likes to be alone and when he's there he tells tanya that he's going to try to get into mongolia. Okay now mongolia's demo democracy. So i'm not exactly sure what the at this point it's a democracy so i'm not sure what the thing was. But she begs him not to. She's like don't don't do that because maybe he didn't have permission him. That might be sure. Anyway guards caught him trying to walk across the border one morning at two. Am okay. i mean. I like that. That's your thing. When they're closed borders are the opposite of bars. They open at night so the guards were like you could die because you're walking in the middle of nowhere. It's what what did you guys are looking for my keys. That's just a just miles and miles of nothing that you're walking into like it's kohl's i go. No you'll die like we don't want you. You're just walking. You don't quest to find my car keys. They were here. And i had them here you will. This is not how you do it..
"jeffrey" Discussed on Fresh Air
"On an part of the problem i think is that authorities haven't been transparent about what they know and what they don't know we haven't seen you know the autopsy we do know from his brother who has himself said that he didn't believe that jeffrey committed suicide that that you know that there were strange aspects to how he was found it was odd that for example. He was on a suicide watch. When this happened they put him back in his cell and There's no video footage. They're not have one guard. That allegedly was asleep at the wheel. But you have to which is highly unusual covered prison deaths for a very long time and you of guards fallen asleep and things happening really hear about two guards falling asleep at the same time or being distracted at the same time who would have the motive to kill him in jail. Well you know. There's a lot of people that would would've i mean we don't even really know the scope of of his connections and what he had on people i mean we know that he pretty much had a lot of information that could implicate people not only possibly on sex trafficking aspects. But you know he. He essentially was a money manager. Who helped some of our richest people in the world. Hide their money so he also knew how people got their money and where they had at hiding and he there were certainly a lot of people that had a motive to kill him. I tend to think it's possible. He might have just had somebody help them might have been an assistant suicide for example so i think the bottom line is this is still not really determined and i think we need to look into it more. I think it needs to be investigated more thoroughly. How did the women who are epstein victims. React to the news that he had had died in prison. They were crying you know. They had felt finally that they were going to have their day in court and that he was finally going to be held accountable and it was just another blow. You know to them that to think that he sort of gotten away with it again in their minds anyway. This is very sad to hear one of the victims. I couldn't reach her. So i called her mother and her mother said right away out of her mouth. You know they killed them. You know you know to some victims. They really believe that. This was a conspiracy. And that he wasn't he didn't commit suicide at all. He was That he was killed Because of what he knew. There have been a lot of stories about jeffrey epstein and very prominent well-known men who had sex with underage girls at jeffrey epstein's arrangement were behest in your reporting. Did you find out anything new or definitive about any of those disputed allegations. I did and i did. I mean i didn't find anything that necessarily cooperated some of these stories that have been out there about other men than our vault but in the aftermath of all this his estate set up a fund for victims to claim compensation and i do know from talking to a number of the lawyers who represent these women that there are women that came forward to cooperate or at least a confirm that they were Trafficked by obscene to some very powerful people. It's just that these women don't wanna go public You know they're afraid that their lives are going to be. You know turned upside down by some of these powerful men. Julie came brown. You're still a working journalist Are you ever going to get off the epstein. Beat you know. There's a lot of journalists on this story now. That are working really hard..
"jeffrey" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Humanity's role in an interconnected world at templeton dot org they're still ongoing civil litigation over this And there are criminal charges including against glenn maxwell his former girlfriend longtime associated She was arrested in new hampshire right. I think where she'd been kind of laying low. What is she charged with. She's charged with sex trafficking and remember. She wasn't at least that we know of she wasn't part of the original case in palm beach so the the prosecutors in newark believe that they are able to prosecute her based on the fact that she she never was named in that original deal and that she was they allege a very much a part of his operation Jeffrey epstein didn't do this all on his own he had a whole ecosystem of people. Who helped him and you know. She is accused of being one of those at the center of this because she was this motherly nurturing figure that these girls encountered who they felt. They could trust. You know she used that to try. You know according to the indictment against her to try to Get more girls for epstein essentially lure criminal charges against another figures. Luke brunell who is involved in. If i have this right a modeling agency that epstein finance is this right. that's correct. We saw the you know. I interviewed the bookkeeper for that company and We we she also was interviewed by the lawyers involved in some of the civil litigation and she admitted that you know john luke in epstein worked together with this modeling company was a vehicle for them to bring underage girls from overseas into the united states a extensively they set for modeling reasons. But you know the the bookkeeper said that it they sent these girls out on quote unquote assignments where they would be abused or they would be said. Look if you wanna get paid for this assignment you have to agree to have sex with these people. So yeah the john. Luke was finally arrested. He had been also accused before there were other people who had looked into his modeling business because he had he had sort of a checkered reputation in that business. Those two criminal cases are still pending. Jeffrey epstein died august twenty nineteen in his jail cell and it was ruled a suicide. You have a chapter on this. The title of the chapter is jeffrey epstein. Didn't kill himself What do you think what's your take on this. You know There are just too many odd things surrounding his death..
"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path
"I was like i'm too lazy. Ramsey's paid a number so i never had that because i just made a big number so nakazawa smart new rule. I wanna get credit. It was like. I just don't want to deal with that headache. Same is true about like. I was just like i don't want to wear totta work ever. Ah don't want one of those jobs are going to go work there. Like i just wanna wear sneakers to work. I just chose that not knowing it was sort of like going to be like. I didn't choose us because it would make me money i'd choose. It might provide me money to buy a house and not have to assimilate so much did just liked sneakers than i like the culture and i think young folks are more more like the technology exists. They get to do the same. Just trying to figure out what it all means. There'd be a total about what people adulthood time. So now you have to like follow in line and you gotta wear your hair a certain way in la No thank you. But now i think it's i think it's cool that people can deliver gonna be people we'd gets a helped him. Where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work do you want to be doing. Yo this drives me and everyone else crazy that i wanted to be able to. Just walk down the street and not have to go anywhere and everything Harlem 'cause made it possible bike. I went from. I don't know doing product design. Few years The continent creation now. Like i'm gonna the call right now about enough tease which i had no idea about but okay. Let's go learn about not in the process like drops and all this other stuff and this one of the thing be strategy mind sir the creative mindset learn a little bit of i think luck along the way of having some wins folks invited to parties Whether it's me or entire team. I think people trust me my team as they did better than the team starting to have their own sort of like mris below them. Kinda grow the business for all of us And even if they go running their own agencies all good like i kinda want this fund growth. Keep think i used to say making stuff was like cool announced to the point where it's like making supper taken a different personality given like Dot sustainability and. Sometimes it's like not making stuff is the answer but figuring out how like my biggest thing. Tons of conversations with the last three months has been on housing justice here in new york city. And i think that's not the standard conversation. Maybe a creative. But i think the thought process in the connections in in the myself my team the folks that hang out. Rick bring to the table. Just i dunno opened up the vision on some of those things are many when i say like twinning thing. I say this like you can create. I dunno systemic change in harlem in atlanta lokeren. Like in places like detroit. I think if that starts to stick and ownership becomes like a big piece of it i think in some conversations going to be had And then let's talking about ono. Forgive them a chance. we're good. We did this good. And i think that's where i'd wanna be even if it's not me just hanging around people who are doing those things that's my five years ago just to wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work on line so definitely come. Hang out for the most part. You wanna find out about all the fun we're having find. It's a good things. Gw dta in digests sure it'll be being the bio and byline. That's what we have our fun as we give back to the community that we show how we hang out we want to book of business definitely come to end dot com keep professionally rattus checks while good ready to do stuff then definitely. We're making some shoes redoing a payroll nex ninety nine products jackson. Y my guy voices city a few hustles going on some fun so please. You don't have to read. All the reading numbers is doing gravy appreciated but you can come check out and see the creative stuff we're doing. It's good reading yeah. Don't don't listen to jeffrey henderson. Thank you so much for coming on the show. I think you know from hearing your story from looking at your work and again even from the research that i've done i think to me. There is a certain deep sense of thoughtfulness that you bring to your work that perhaps i don't know if you even recognize how awful it is in terms of doing work for the community and making sure that you're creating this nurturing space for young creatives and everything. I think it's something that more of us need to see in the industry like we need to see. Of course. I think just more black agency owners but also more black agency owners that are kind of bucking the trend or changing the paradigm of showing that. It's okay to be thoughtful and do great work like this and not have to stick to you. Know any sort of archaic or draconian style of running a business that you can. You can do great work and have fun and it can be a nurturing space. And i definitely see that care office that you bring to your work. And i'm i'm appreciative of it. I'm sure that folks listen that way as well. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much on. Glad to be on that list and like on hundreds of people who you think visibility to our level. Judo colorado can be happy to help. Thank you A big big. Thanks to jeffrey henderson. And of course thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about jeffrey. And his work through the links and the show notes provision path dot com. And of course thanks. To our wonderful sponsor brevity brevity and wit is a strategy and design firm committed to designing a more inclusive and equitable world. They accomplish this too. 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"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path
"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path
"Like i literally have a spring in my step is what it feels like. Those you forward is meant to be. It's meant to be that. So that's good in terms of the personalities just does not the functionality. Yeah and then. I got another like honestly i got a card in the mail from dsw. That was like twenty five dollars off a shoe. I'm like just get some more and like knock around shoes. And i got some sketchers like slip on their the waltraud flex two point. Oh mercan slip on sneaker. And they're okay but like one of the shoes fits and the other one is too small because it's not wide enough for the other foot so i can still wear them but they're just there okay and i mean after this. They were like twenty five bucks. So i'm like this is this is just semiconductor on and like check the mail or something like that. So so we're gonna get you into some john's you won't be going to say nothing but good things and then you had so you wanna graham gonna give all praise mike if you don't you never heard of this so good. I'll put a link to this in the show notes that people can see like i'm looking at it now. The the jackson y see john. They come in like this lemon ice yellow like like classroom chalk yellow which is an interesting color way. I like it also coming grace. Wait wait oh yes see. I'm scrolling down now. Okay scroll now and so. The yellow is interesting though and that was based on so my brother his kidneys failing. His feet started swelling and needed like wider shoes. So i put him in some birkenstocks which he was good with but he needed light. Some actual real shoes to get around in because he's in ohio in winter are so i was working with his brand in china and they made this shoe for seniors branded elise and saw the shoe is like i don't know kind of the way they created. It was very much like oceans like it just had this diet to the sort of function. I and it just didn't know cool. I was like yeah. Oh can we make these in. I swayed and then can't we make them in like some monotone colors that i don't know you'd think you like good and they were like. That's not an oakland. When i was like you know were like all right so blessed us with some tears just to try out and people were like. Y'know i can look good like and we kept getting hit with. I don't wanna wear them out. It was like oh interesting about because they were all swayed and they will get them dirty because they look so nice like the stop wearing the shoes that you hate because you get dirty and where these and it was interesting because we made our conservative deaths that we'll make them in gray and we'll make a yellow thinking that you people will want great because that's normal but you know we'll get some daring people to wear the yellow and it kept going like big. We sold out of the yellows in most sizes. So you have your side. It'd be lucky but for the most part we have grades left because people wanted like a one eight to stand out in the way that wasn't like cloud but also they didn't want to look like i am the old person i am and i think that again it goes to wasn't so much about designed design should work but sometimes it's color materials that yeah plays into how people feel. It is an appropriate amount of swag like. I'm looking at the photos like this one where this dude is getting into like a rag top convertible and his. The color of the car and his shoes are pretty much the same. I'm like that's kind of. He's because he's wearing a black jack and it has on yellow shoes. And you see like the black ragtop. The yellow paint like okay. Bet all right cool. Well we will definitely talk about that after we after we start recording. 'cause i would definitely be on the market for these look. These are great and it's interesting that there's this personal story behind the designed to get you know from just talking with you and learning about your history and everything is that eventually you always bring it back to the work. Which i think is something that's is indicative of people that really have a passion behind what it is that they do even with the name of your studio being and them like you're taking the onus and the focus like off of you it's really about how the work is being received in the world and how people are using it which i think is super not just i think super important but also super inspirational for people to see because i think especially for younger designers. That can be this. Want to kind of do the biggest flashiest stuff all the time or like like the stuff that they want to do that. They feel like may point out that thing in their career or like put them on the map or something like that and really if the work that you're able to do is like really changing people's lives and affected them. That's hopefully just as as good as a take away from the work that you do not condense. That's well said. I think even the work that you're doing you talked about like it took you a number of podcast in a number of leg folks outside like cosign for credibility beat with other people but reality is. You're going to do it because you thought it needed to be there. And i think that's very important for people. Don't understand that sometimes people won't come out to you. I show people won't come out and see by the first game. Plan is may not be great but if you know why you're there and keep working on your craft and you get better. I think it didn't pays off and it doesn't always have to be did. I don't know how the biggest show on the planet. Sometimes it's about the. I do really good work in where people happy so now definitely whenever we can use our skills to make friends and family happier and when they bring us friends and family that we can work with. We're happy to sort of use. Our skill set at to sort of make the lives. Better we were. I know that we technically announced it. I guess they announced it. A working with this reinvention lab out a texas group out of america to kind of we ran a shoe contest and they got to actually find organizations within their group to design shoes and they got the work and was interesting. There's going to be a winner. We're actually going to sell some of the issues that they made and they were like. Oh yeah we don't want more like just going. Through the presentation process designers look at things they have conversations about like just. The design process was new to them and that help them understand what they bring education. What they bring to laying out curriculum. Which i sorta like hanging out with chris. Emden hip hop ed. Like the way he talks about a pedagogy like those are things that i take internally as normal but they had to go through this class competition to like take in oh design thinking is not just for designers like it helps us and so that was really gratifying to see like even just our approach and our process could bring something to apple. Tv so and speaking of school. I mean you're on the advisory board for a school in new york the business of sports school and most recently. He became a board member at no. Were you what's the importance of sitting on boards like this. It's.
"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path
"A big trauma built. I'm not. I'm not a big shoe shopping person. It wasn't until that was well into adulthood that i saw podiatrist actually got like my feet measured and all this sort of stuff and i have been wearing the wrong size for well over a decade wrong side issue. I wear about a size ten extra extra extra extra wide. Like a ten forty and usually what i was getting was and i mean you know growing up of course it would change my foot change but like right now are usually rock about eleven is pretty good but like if one was an eleven and the other was an eleven and a half that would be perfect because even on the other foot which is bigger. It's still like very constricting and most wide shoes are hideous. Your footwear design even talk about this designed for like medium shoes. I mean the sky is the limit you get to watch us. And everything looks like orthopedic shoes. Why is that. So there's a little bit of light bell curves and so quite typically design goes to any. You'll notice that most things when they're in a smaller size they can be. I guess the word is there more More feeling and they're don't you can get them in different colors and they look nice and then you get to the wide shoes and it's just like it's like what i call the teachers which of the monarchs from from a nike like. That's all you got. I know i know that's probably issue negotiated but a lot of it definitely built on again. If you making your money in one area a lot of brands don't spend a lot of time like in other areas and so you get some brands who may find that the customer so my guess is you buy more than your fair share new balance. God yes how did you. You're reading my mind. Yes there was a time in my twenties ahead not a lot of different color ways of new balance but the new balance. Not the nine ninety dollars. I ended up getting before. But like the i forget the numbers. I knew balance five. Somethings i had those. Probably every color and it kind of becomes your uniform okay but then when what ends up happening two things happen. Everybody who resit same foot is wearing the same thing. That you get lumped in a box. Yes and then. It's one of our. You have wikileaks so you have to new balance and then there's not enough. Let's do something different so you have fine brands that sorta i dunno care. Show you something different. And it's not easy so it's the new balanced five seven fours. I had in so many different color ways. Because they i mean an eleven. They still fit. They still were pretty y. But i had those for a long time and yeah there was that association which is actually why i stopped wearing them. Well that in my podiatrists was like you need to start wearing these favorites. Like stop. wear these shoes. So what's funny is It was a podcast over the clubhouse and my friends simone runs it and she had the President of rhonda's brando and hear her talk about inclusivity design. That what rana wanted. She was like look then. Were two things that quickly and easily made making intimate wear for a diverse population of women. Important one was really easy now is just shades nude like just what is your show. She was like that was really easy. Every brand could flip which immediately and go from light to shave the new to twenty shaved new because there are different colors of people and so she was like that was actually. It's more of like a decision you have to make. And then it's the supply chain thing it's operational blah blah blah. Pretty the really difficult one is when it comes to physical shape and size of one you have to have people in the building who can relate and understand like not everybody in intimate is the saying size sixteen. Sometimes you're sixteen of dot from your sixteen bottom like it's just different shapes and if you can't have a real conversation about it because the right diversity is in. The room is not in the room. Then you just end up making like we just looked saying thing and made it bigger and then you don't right answers and then you get what you've been with skinny people fat people want and she was like. It's not that blunt but you also get what's getting people think super skinny people and she those words. She was getting like yellow light. It just doesn't help and they don't know until you bring people in the road who have wider or like our last version of the says like no when you make the largest is is it better be just as beautiful on a person has when you make the medium size like. That's just what should what should be done. Some when we were making the next versions of the point at a lot of flat. Because i know a few football players who relied assize fifteen and asks. You only went up to a fourteen in like jeff. Jeff yeah like what are you doing this next batch and it costs money like we had to make molds. We've gone up to the side seventeen with us. Thanks us and we'll try to go more but like it costs money to get married. You need people to actually support. So i sent you a link. You'll see the jugs. John but comes in like for e times will saw there. And you'll try more and oh it'll be different and whether it's your cup of tea or not the ideas that when you wear them you'll know subway here and you'll see like oh look hideous. It doesn't have to end is kind of okay. So i think designed could bring that to people especially shoes. Yeah so to answer your earlier question about what. I'm rocking so i do have kind of my two that i tend to sort of vary between one is like a all black like reebok walking shoes. I don't know what the the name of it is. But it has like this air bubble in the soul so like it's very bouncing wanted some just like straight up like black minimalistic sneakers and i can just throw on with anything and then i do have a pair of monarchs that actually had to stop wearing because the cushioning was too much ike. It was like my foot was in like a spaceship. And it's funny. Because i remember when i first got those shoes i would get so many compliments on them. And i'm like things and i didn't know if it was for real because i honestly got them because they came into wide with my podiatrist had recommended it and when i first put it on i was like oh so this is what it feels like to walk without foot pain like now the she actually like. But i i still have that one for every now and then but i just bought three pairs of shoes recently. I don't know this. Because i got the vaccine and i feel like i need to go out in the world but i got three new pairs of shoes recently and they are different in different ways so one is a field issue. It's a oakmont mid am. I might podiatrist recommend it. Because they had sold and he's like you kind of need more of like a almost like a boot type of shoe as opposed to maybe like a low sneaker type or something and so i have those and those are great. Those are like ask kicking shoes. I love those shoes. And then i got a pair of hokka bondi seven. I just got those a couple of days ago. Actually and i might send them back there too bouncy. They feel like. I'm wearing moon shoes. Like if i needed to jump and retired things i would probably keep them but like i'm walking and i'm like whoa literally.
"jeffrey" Discussed on Revision Path
"All right so tell us who you are. And what. You do so jeffrey allen. Hindi cinema creative based in harlem new york Team about ten. We take one. Everything from product design to content creation has the european knowing so far. Ooh the years actually ran pretty good. We actually had a nice growth year not in terms of state business. Businesses always been pretty standard even when we went through the trials and tribulations that code. But i think i broaden young folks for the first time and made it official last year so we had some growing pains in terms of people just learning how to be creative in like sort of corporate settings knock corporate setting so that was very new to a lot of us and having agency. Don't like that this year has been. I think an extension of that banana. Everything's opening when the team is definitely more seasons. Surround more exciting because of things i know we can take off so it's been pretty good. I mean i'm i'm pretty sure. People listening can hear the birds in the background. Sounds like you're like some ideal spot right now which is good which is good. I think after the year no no no after after the year. I think all of us have had a little bit of mother. Nature's is gladly. Welcome at this point. Do you have any plans for the summer with agency. Oh this summer where what. We're trying to get back together jordan. I guess january of this year. We had pretty much all tin folks in harlem essentially about five of them stadium. We have a studio here an apartment that we actually ran out airbnb but when we don't it's actually our studio so everybody was sort of working together and that was i. Guess when the world was still kinda close saw. We're gonna try to do a little bit of data again since we can't really travel to the places we need to travel at work on. We're gonna just come back. York settled down in light. He grow
"jeffrey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS
"Had socrates. I love that collaborative spirit and energy dignifies again. It's like what is craft an art and it elevates at all create. something that's new and different. I think i'll tell you know interesting digital media. Because i feel like i am making this work for other native audiences that are kind of spread out because we can send video digitally so easily we can show it. I just think it's important that this community of artists who i'm working with you know we really have a lot of power to kind of support ourselves in many ways that i just keep thinking about. Maybe even the way that i went to grad school that was significant for me. I mean it's a huge deal. But that kind of i don't know just ability to to operate as if there are no boundaries. I like what's happening. San instagram where artists can be you know self actualize and put themselves out there without you know always waiting for the gallery to come and save them and make something out of them and i i loved that energy and i love to see these artists taking things into their own hands right using media to share their work. You're asking me. Do i feel more pressure now at this stage of my career. And it's one of the things what you were just saying. I feel like it's it's my job to keep my practice going. You know it's like my job to develop the paintings further. It's my job to develop the text further and hopefully. I've got a lot of years to do this. Still but i i think another thing that i always talk artists. I'm just like anyone else's job to make your work for you or tell you what to make or to tell you what's interesting. It's like you've got to go. Do it perfect. Well thank you so much for having us here. Jeffrey wonderful to be in the space..