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Who Will This 'New and Improved' IRS Target?
"In the meantime, back to this IRS thing. I mean, I'm just kind of offended. I sound like I'm like, you know, one of the woke ones right now, 'cause I'm offended, everything. But I'm offended when they think that the answer is to somehow just go after every Tom dick and Harry and Jane and Susan and Sally. And this is who will be affected. It will be your middle class. As much as they're going to try and tell you, oh, it's the 1%, no, no, no. Just in terms of, if you have that many IRS agents, who are they going to go after, and they can't, as I keep saying, they can't go after. The people that they should go after were just the billionaires, they get away with the great deal on the tax front because we've got lawmakers that are so concerned about making sure they have enough money for their next campaign. I told you yesterday about all the money. I mean, Kirsten sinema is one example. She's got donations individual donations from the private equity industry totaling over 500,000 for her last campaign. I mean, that is a lot of money, right? And I'm just looking at the numbers 54,900 from executives over at KKR, 35,000 at Carlisle, 27,300 over at Apollo. The private equity industry is a very big lobbying organization. In fact, they probably spend more money than any other industry right now. They're on K street and one of the reasons they're doing this is to give themselves the beneficial treatment when it comes to taxes. Do you know the Chuck Schumer? Collected 1.28 million from the private equity industry, including Blackstone and KKR, so you really think that he's that interested in raising taxes on this particular group of people. Go back and listen to Monday's podcast. If you want to explain or they're on why this is income and why it should be treated as income and why this is just highway robbery, frankly, of the American people and of our government, but these people in Washington I'll tell you the whole system is so darn corrupt. When you see what just went down. And when you see that they're going to effectively inflate, again, the U.S. economy artificially by spending all this money while simultaneously adding another 80 billion to go after everyday folks from the IRS all all while saying we're going to give a pass to those private equity investors. I mean, give me a break. It's not investment. It's income and they need to be taxed as such. Anyway, it's really pretty disgusting. But the whole thing is just disgusting. I mean, the idea that they want to pass this off, the name itself as somehow an inflation reduction act. Guys, you're just spending more money. All right, before I get to that, I do have one more thing I want to mention to you. You know, it's summer and we're all looking for movies and I don't know about you, but it's kind of hard sometimes. Kind of hard to find a good movie that you can enjoy watching that is representative of your values. I think that our values have gotten kind of lost and pop culture these days. And it's one of the reasons why I think it's important for all of us to think about what we're watching and who we're supporting when we watch it, right? Are you really into Disney right now with all their bogus? Or do you want to try and seek out some alternative sources of entertainment? This is where this movie in particular comes in. When I was a kid, I used to watch Cameron on that, what was that show? Oh, you know what? I got to look it up right now as I'm talking to you. This is how you know I'm recording in real time. He had that sitcom, when I was a kid, what was it? So anyone who can answer that in the questions below, extra super duper points, go to you. I'm going to come back to that in a second because it's going to drive me crazy. I remember that sitcom really, really well. Anyway, he's got a new movie out a new movie that he's backing. He's a very big Christian. He's an growing pains. Growing pains. That was the sitcom. I remember that now. Anyway, he's got a new movie that is just out. It's pretty neat. It's got a good message, and I think it's worth taking a look at as you're looking for things to watch and be entertained by. So this is called life Mark. And in this movie life Mark, it tells the story of David who has this very comfortable world that gets totally turned upside down when his birth mother, unexpectedly reaches out to him, and she's looking to meet him. He's 18 years old at that point. She only had the chance to hold him once, and she went looking for him and he finds this out. So it's really, it's an interesting storyline and probably one that happens a lot. He gets encouragement from his adopted parents, and so he embarks on this life altering journey, which really is a process of discovery and it leads to a pretty staggering truth from his past, inspired by a true story life mark is a powerful reminder that one decision, one choice can impact so much more than one life. It's a pro family pro love pro forgiveness pro reconciliation and pro new beginnings kind of movie.
Finau wins Rocket Mortgage for 2nd straight PGA Tour victory
"Tony thenal has produced a record breaking win at the rocket mortgage classic to become the first player to win back to back tournaments this season Female's final round 67 gave him a tournament record total of 26 under good enough for a commanding 5 shot victory Cameron young posted his 5th runner up finish for the season sharing second place with Patrick cantlay and the Canadian Taylor penrith The victory gave the 32 year old female his fourth career win and made him the 8th multiple winner on tour this season I'm Graham agar's
Vote for New UK Prime Minister Goes to 4th Round
"Michael gove, who's the smartest member of the British Parliament, is out there pitching her. And he went on one of the Brit stations yesterday on LBC with Andrew marr and made this pitch about kimmi bad not cut number one. Michael goat. To be fair, she has Mormons through the experience and Tony Blair or David Cameron has when they became prime minister. And she's been in a runner party of course. Jeez. Oh, absolutely. And also, she's the same age as Rishi and she's been in government in three very different roles. All of which she's accomplished successfully. I know all of the candidates. I've either worked with them because they've been junior ministers and departments that I've been running all these supported me in previous leadership elections. Our new hesitation saying that of all of the people who worked with me in a department that I ran, cami was undoubtedly the outstanding minister. She has an intellectual grasp second to none. She has a capacity to communicate with confidence, but also with empathy. And also, she's brave. It's a rare junior minister who tells their Secretary of State where to get off because their secretary state is getting something wrong. Can we do that to me repeatedly? There were a number of occasions where I told her that I disagreed. She took it in very good part. But it's that confidence based on an understanding from first principles of what you want to achieve that you need in a
Smith rallies to beat McIlroy at British Open for 1st major
"28 year old Australian Cameron Smith has written a wave of back 9 birdies to search to his first major title closing out a one shot victory at the British open Smith equaled the major record of 20 under after a closing 64 that included 5 birdies in a row from the tenth and a winning birdie on the last he finished one clear of Cameron young who eagled the 18th to edge out Rory McIlroy for second place Mcelroy who led with 6 holes to play finished in a disappointing third place at 18 under after struggling with his putter all day It was smith's third win for the season I'm Graham agar's
McIlroy, Hovland avoid blunders to share British Open lead
"Cameron Smith began the third round at saint Andrews with a two stroke lead over Cameron young but a one over 73 has put Smith in a third place tie with young four strokes and back of Rory McIlroy and Victor hovland Smith and young were in good shape Saturday until the back 9 Smith landed in the bunker on 13 and settled for double bogey Young for putted for double bogey on 16 going over the green and back down the other side Mcelroy and hovland tapped in for birdie at 18 to complete 66s leaving them 16 under for the tournament I'm Dave
Emotional exit for Woods, big chance for Smith at St Andrews
"Cameron Smith has taken a two shot lead after two rounds of the British open at saint Andrews The Australian posted a 64 to move to an open 36 hole record of 13 under I feel like I've been in this spot a lot over the past couple of years and things is quite haven't gone away yet He leads by two from Cameron young and by three from pre tournament favorite Rory McIlroy who joins Victor hovland at ten under Bad news for Tiger Woods and defending campaign column Morikawa both missing the cut I'm Graham agar
A rookie rises and Tiger crashes in slow-moving British Open
"Cameron young took full advantage of the milder early conditions to take the first round lead of the British open at saint Andrews and young posted a bogey free 8 under 64 hitting all 18 greens in regulation Obviously I'm happy with my start but I'm kind of excited to put that behind me and get to work tomorrow Rory McIlroy was also an early starter and at just two back after a 66 It's another good start at a major three in a row forming on and looking forward to the next few days Players champion Cameron Smith next after a 5 under 67 I'm Graham agar
British Open | Tiger Woods finishes round at 6-over 78
"Cameron young took full advantage of the milder early conditions to take the first round lead of the British open at saint Andrews Smith posted a bogey free 8 under 64 hitting all 18 greens in regulation Rory McIlroy was also an early starter and at just two back after a 66 players champion Cameron Smith next after a 5 under 67 Well number one Scotty scheffler joined Dustin Johnson among those in touch at 400 on a day of low scoring Tiger Woods started with a watery double bogey at the first and struggled from there finishing with a disappointing 6 over 78 I'm Graham
Cameron Tringale's Buffering Swing
"I was going to comment on a video they did of Cameron tringale swing, well, you should 61 and they don't show any of his swings on social media. So it goes without saying. They show a couple random putts and then a picture of a scorecard, but I was going to, I was going to say on Twitter, a perfect way to describe his swing is like when Netflix is like buffered at like 84%. That's Cameron triangular swing. Have you ever seen it? It's like, it looks pretty good. And then you just saw it straight off. Like right at the hip like going through. I think he's a full Netflix buffering at 84% situation. But the guy's played. I mean, a 100% he's a good player. I mean, you know, he has, he's made more money than I was playing golf. I mean, shit, this is the dude's like 30. I forgot what they said, like 35. So he keeps his tour card every single
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm Dave ferry A person with knowledge of the deal says set of Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler Two American men advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon on Friday while two were ousted Francis TFO and Tommy Paul advanced Yannick center beat John Isner and Steve Johnson was beaten by Cameron nori Top seed Novak Djokovic lost just 7 games in his straight sets victory Metz pitcher Max Scherzer is now scheduled to make his return Tuesday against the reds More than a month after straining his left oblique The three time Cy Young award winner hasn't pitched since May 18th against the Cardinals Jim Montgomery is the new head coach of the bruins the 53 year old Montgomery spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the blues The sharks have fired bob bugner and his staff two months after the season ended the decision comes as San Jose remains in the market for a new general manager I'm Dave ferry AP sports
Wimbledon wild-card entry outside top 100 gets Djokovic next
"Two American men advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon on Friday while two were ousted Francis TFO and Tommy Paul advanced with TFO winning a pair of tiebreaks after dropping the opening set Yannick center beach on Isner and Steve Johnson was beaten by Cameron nori Top seed Novak Djokovic lost just 7 games in his straight sets victory The shocker of the day on the women's side was 5th seed Maria soccer falling to Tatiana Maria Third seed on Gibraltar advanced to the ground of 16 and number 16 Jelena hasta Panko needed three sets to reach the fourth round I'm Dave
Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots
"Some state lawmakers are taking aim at the distribution of newly available COVID vaccines for children under 5 Top Tennessee Republican House leaders are urging governor Bill Lee to delay the state's health department from distributing and promoting COVID-19 vaccines that are now available for infants toddlers and preschoolers In a letter sent Wednesday to the Republican governor State House leaders including Tennessee House speaker Cameron Sexton and House majority leader William Lambert said they had too many concerns surrounding the vaccine for those under 5 years old the lawmakers claimed that the COVID-19 emergency has long passed in Tennessee though that statement is disputed by public health experts The letter comes just days after Florida raised eyebrows for being the only state in the country not to pre order the vaccine for its toddlers Florida's Republican governor Ron DeSantis said he wouldn't facilitate their distribution but the shots are available to those who want them I'm Jennifer King
Morikawa, Rahm, McIlroy bring buzz to Brookline in US Open
"Joel Damon and Colin Morikawa share a one stroke lead at 5 under par after second round play at the U.S. open Damon narrowly missed a 12 and a half foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to take the outright lead but saved part to cap his two under 68 I'm excited my game is obviously pretty good right now Handled nerves pretty well out there today Meanwhile Morikawa grabbed a share of the lead after a birdie on 17 and carted the low round of the day with a 66 Last few days is a huge confidence booster for me Heading into this weekend Cameron young missed the three over cut but sank the 48th hole in one in U.S. open history on the par three 6th hole Phil Mickelson shot 73 to finish 11 over Geth and cool bob Brookline Massachusetts
Actor Kirk Cameron Joins Dinesh to Talk About 'Home School Awakening'
"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast, actor, producer, court Cameron, some of you will remember him as Mike Seaver from the 1980s hit sitcom growing pains, but since then he's been the kind of entrepreneur in faith and family focused films, TV shows, live events, he made, of course, the film called fire proof that many of us saw monumental connect the way of the master TV series and also a whole bunch of stuff focused on marriage and family and parenting. He's a evidently has a new feature coming out with the Kendrick brothers called life mark coming out in September, but we're gonna talk now about his new documentary. It's called the homeschool awakening. It's in theaters. Today, June 13th, and also tomorrow, June 14th. Kirk, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for joining me. Man, you are a productive guy and the new film looks great. Tell us a little bit about it. Well, why did you choose this topic? And what can people expect to see in the film? Thanks to that shit, it's so good to be with you. And I'm excited. You know, this is really exciting because there's an awakening that's taking place across the nation. And it was really sparked by the pandemic and the response of locking public schools down, sending children home, parents got a front row seat as they watched their kids on their laptops, be taught things that just horrified them. I mean, this is just crazy stuff that they're teaching and while they're removing a lot of good things from school, teaching kids to love God, love their neighbor, be proud to live in America. They're replacing it with critical race theory, they're replacing that with gender queer theory, encouraging their kids to choose their own pronouns decide if they want to be a boy or a girl. And parents said, we're not going to do this anymore. So they kept their kids home, even after the schools opened back up, and homeschooling doubled in 2020. And homeschooling is actually this amazing, wonderful community of families who are passing on their values and giving their kids a great education in the context of a community that is on mission to bring faith, family, and freedom back into
How to See 'The Homeschool Awakening' by Kirk Cameron
"Here, where can people find out more and purchase the film the homeschool awakening? So the homeschool awakening is in theaters, this Monday and Tuesday only. So you got to get your tickets for this Monday and Tuesday, June 13th and 14th only. And many theaters have already sold out. So go online to the homeschool awakening dot com or just go to Kirk Cameron dot com. I've got a link there. If you put in your zip code, the theater will come up in your neighborhood, and then you can reserve your tickets. Mine's already sold out. So I'm going to buy a ticket to Top Gun, and then I'm just going to go over to the homeschool awakening theater and stand in the back. That's a good thing that you're sold out. I love it. Kirk Cameron, great American. The website is the homeschool awakening dot com. And everyone listening right now, you should homeschool your kids if you can. It'll make your family better connected. Watch the movie. If you're a skeptic, it'll also help save the country. Kirk, thank you so
How Parents Can Become Great Teachers With Kirk Cameron
"I mean, a lot of parents say, oh, my kids will become socially awkward. They want, but also other parents say, I can't possibly become a teacher. Talk about how you navigate that through the film and how parents actually they're able to teach more than they think. Yeah. Well, first of all, I'd like to say Charlie that I love teachers and teachers have such an important job. They make a difference in the lives of children and God bless all of the good teachers who are devoting their lives to teaching kids. In fact, my father is a public school teacher and so is my grandmother and my grandfather and teachers have made a great difference in my life. However, as we know in the public school system today, it's not like it was when we went to public school or our parents went to public school. Teachers are not choosing the curriculum. The government is and they've got the good teachers have got their hands tied. So with regard to homeschooling, you don't have to be an advanced physics teacher in order to teach that subject to your kids, you're just, you're the coach. You're the quarterback. There's some things that you can teach. And then there will be other people in the homeschool community in your area, no doubt who are qualified to teach these more advanced subjects that you're not comfortable with. And then of course there are online teachers with PhDs, fantastic curriculums that you can take as part of colleges, universities, private schools. There's even sports programs that you can be involved in, if not within your homeschool community sports leagues, but the schools that are in your community, private schools, and even public schools. A lot of people don't know that. But all of these things are available to you, they are to me and I live in California. So if you live in a state that embraces this more than we do out here, I'm sure your options will be even more
Kirk Cameron Talks About His Latest Film 'The Homeschool Awakening'
"Homeschooling has exploded since the lockdowns. We've seen nearly a doubling in homeschooling and the movement is growing and the public government schools. They are getting very worried about it. A man has a great American patriot, a man that I know has a new documentary about this, called the home school awakening June 13th and 14th in theaters, and that is the brilliant Kirk Cameron Kirk. Welcome to Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, great to be talking with you, ro. Nice to see you. You too. So tell us about your movie. Well, for the last couple of years, I've been working on this documentary. I'm calling it the homeschool awakening. And there really is a great awakening that's taking place, a parent led movement that was really sparked by the pandemic shutdowns of public schools. Now, homeschooling has been a thing for quite a while. In fact, my wife and I, homeschooled our 6 kids, but the sending of children home from public schools to learn in their bedroom and living room gave parents this front row seats, they saw what their kids were being taught. They were horrified, homeschooling doubled, many of the parents didn't send their kids back to school. They're looking for new options. And now there's this, there's this explosion of parents who are looking for hope, they're looking for options, and I want to give that to them by giving them a front row seat. And being part of the everyday adventures of about 17 different American homeschool families who are on mission to put faith family and freedom back into
'The Homeschool Awakening' Dives Into Parents' Influence in Education
"Two, you mentioned Bond hoffer. Yes. So they don't offer his mother homeschooled her kids. Homeschooled her kids. This is an early part. All of our fathers and mothers did. Century. And I think to myself, you want to raise heroes. You want to raise amazing young men and women. Step up, folks. And that's right. This documentary that you have made. Tell us the title again, Kirk. It's called the homeschool awakening and it is glorious. It is beautiful. It's thrilling and exciting. It will bring freedom and flexibility and faith and fun back into your home and not just make your kids potentially the most amazing human beings in this generation, but it will revive your family, the time that you get to spend. And the people that you will meet, it's just, it's world changing, literally. So it's called the homeschool awakening. It's in theaters June 13th and 14th only. So you it's a fathom event. So what you do is you got to go get your tickets, reserve them online because theaters are already sold out in some cities. There's a limited number of tickets, two days only in theaters only. June 13th and 14th. So go to the homeschool awakening dot com. If you can't remember that and just go to Kirk Cameron dot com, I got a link there and then type in your zip code. It'll show you the theater it's playing in and then you can reserve your tickets online early so that they don't get they don't get taken.
"k. cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Can recognize that one produces bondage and slavery, the other produces blessing and freedom and if we can educate one another on the right principles, then when this whole thing goes down, we can actually build it back beautifully and biblically. That's what we need to get back to. And I'm trying to help reinforce that knowledge base of the covenant ideas our founders made with God and how to apply the instruction manual to everything because we need to. It's just so beautiful that God is forcing us to get out of our own little world and into the culture and to bring the gifts of heaven. The principles, the ideas, the joy, the faith to bring it out into our communities. That's why I was given to us. And it is funny Kirk because you're right. It's like things sometimes have to get really bad before we wake up. And I think that that is happening now. When Lincoln talked about a new birth of freedom, I really believe he was speaking prophetically and that that was a prophecy. It was not fulfilled in the 19th century, but I really believe we're on the verge of that being fulfilled because we have had, let's face it, we're having a reckoning right now. I mean, until an election is stolen, you don't get serious about election integrity about making sure that every vote counts. You just don't. We kind of think everything's fine. It's okay. When you realize it's not okay when things go really bad when the government is telling you what to do with your body. When the government is telling you where you can eat and suddenly people wake up and I just think that this is ultimately it's going to be a time of blessing. If people want to participate in this, these campfire events you're talking about, where can they go? Where can they go? So you could just go to my website and there's the tour dates. What's the website? Her Cameron dot com. Oh. I figured I could send them to Eric metaxas dot com, but they'd probably get all mixed up and confused. And they start wearing bow ties and double breasted jackets and I never wear you know what? That's like a bad sign. Everyone says that to me, or as bow ties, I literally never, ever wear bow ties. But I think maybe my glasses throw people off. They imply bow tie. That's orville redenbacher, I'm thinking of. You look nothing like him. Thank you so much. I died inside just now. I died inside. You look like the brawny paper towel guy. That's a compliment by the way. That's a compliment. But seriously, people can go to dot or trying to look like the brawny paper towel. I'm trying to grow my beard back. So this isn't just me being lazy and not shaving. Yeah. I actually had to shave it for some filming I did. And now I'm trying to grow it back. So I'm in that starter kit phase where I just look like I'm 19 and I'm trying to grow a beard. So it's Kirk Cameron dot com. Yes. Okay, folks. Kirk Cameron dot com. Those states you mentioned. I know that a lot of people are going to want to go to those events. I really wish I could. I just love being with you. And I love what you're doing. Congratulations on the new show. Do we know when it's going to be on the air, takeaways with Kirk Cameron? I believe it's going to be starting sometime in November. I don't have the exact date, but it's coming up soon. It's coming up on this very network, isn't it? Just remember, you can talk about anything you want on TBN. God bless Matt crouch because this is we're living in a time where a lot of these a lot of these networks are just they're scared. We want to live free. I thank you, my friend, Kirk Cameron, God bless you. Congratulations on the new show. God bless you too. Great to talk to Eric..
"k. cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And by the way, tomorrow, we're playing interview with Tom gilson. He wrote a book, John's mere act recommended him very, very highly. It's a book about Jesus. It's called too good to be false. It's about the character of Jesus. I am just so impressed with what he's done in this book. You can look forward to that tomorrow too good to be false. By Tom gilson, lots, lots coming up this week. Please go to my website Eric taxes dot com sign up for my newsletter so you know where I'm speaking, I'll be all over the place, God bless you. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Here we go. Hey there folks. I get to talk to a special friend of mine after we wrap up this show. He's waiting outside the door. I actually just kidding. I get to talk to a special friend of mine now. He's in California, and I'm gonna ask him some hard hitting journalistic questions. Cameron, are you ready? Yes. I am ready Eric meta taxes. My friend, Kurt Cameron. I recognize you from TV programs. I just realized..
"k. cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"That one produces bondage and slavery, the other produces blessing and freedom and if we can educate one another on the right principles, then when this whole thing goes down, we can actually build it back beautifully and biblically. That's what we need to get back to. And I'm trying to help reinforce that knowledge base of the covenant ideas our founders made with God and how to apply the instruction manual to everything because we need to. It's just so beautiful that God is forcing us to get out of our own little world and into the culture and to bring the gifts of heaven. The principles, the ideas, the joy, the faith to bring it out into our communities. That's why it was given to us. And it is funny, Kirk because you're right. It's like things sometimes have to get really bad before we wake up. And I think that that is happening now when Lincoln talked about a new birth of freedom. I really believe he was speaking prophetically and that that was a prophecy. It was not fulfilled in the 19th century, but I really believe we're on the verge of that being fulfilled, because we have had, let's face it, we're having a reckoning right now. I mean, until an election is stolen, you don't get serious about election integrity about making sure that every vote counts. You just don't. We kind of think everything's fine. It's okay. When you realize it's not okay when things go really bad when the government is telling you what to do with your body. When the government is telling you where you can eat and suddenly people wake up and I just think that this is ultimately it's going to be a time of blessing. If people want to participate in this, these campfire events you're talking about, where can they go? Where can they go? So you could just go to my website and there's the tour dates. What's the website? Her Cameron dot com. Oh. I figured I could send them to Eric metaxas dot com, but they'd probably get all mixed up and confused. And they start wearing bow ties and double breasted jackets and I never wear you know what? That's like a bad sign. Everyone says that to me, you're as bowtie. I literally never, ever wear bow ties. But I think maybe my glasses throw people off. They imply bow tie. That's orville redenbacher I'm thinking of. You look nothing like him. Thank you so much. I died inside just now. I died inside. You look like the brawny paper towel guy. That's a compliment, by the way. That's a compliment. But seriously, people can go to trying to look like the brawny paper towel. I'm trying to grow my beard back. So this isn't just me being lazy and not shaving. Yeah. I actually had to shave it for some filming I did. And now I'm trying to grow it back. So I'm in that starter kit phase where I just look like I'm 19 and I'm trying to grow a beard. So it's Curt Cameron dot com. Yes. Okay, folks. Kirk Cameron dot com. Those states you mentioned. I know that a lot of people are going to want to go to those events. I really wish I could. I just love being with you. And I love what you're doing. Congratulations on the new show. Do we know when it's going to be on the air,.
"k. cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"There are people waking up right now. And I think if people wake up now, it's just in time because we do need to create these alternative platforms. And I love that you're talking about that. Eric, you're the expert here on the C student talking to the professor. But when I look at what's going on in our country, what I think amazes me more than the speed and intensity with which the evil is coming toward us is that these people perpetuating these the perpetrators of this kind of evil can look straight faced at us and say, no, this is all for your good. I'm here to help you. There's nothing wrong. In fact, that's crazy talk what you guys are saying. I'm here to murder you. The greater good. Many people just go along with it. What's going on? I don't see a problem or you don't want to see a problem because it's too scary. Yeah. What is it that finally wakes people up to say, guys, we're talking about people telling you that two plus two equals 5. Or that you don't have freedom of speech? I freedom to your own body or anything. I think a dirty bomb snuck across the southern border and detonated some place unfortunate. That'll wake people up. Do we need that folks? Do we need to wait till something horrific happens? There are so many crazy things happening. And you're right, you know, Kirk the reason it's hard for us to process what's going on is because we've lived in a free country. We have been able largely to trust the government. We have been the government. We the people elect people, and we don't worry that they're stealing elections. You know, these were all distant problems, the size of a man's hand on the horizon a cloud, the size of a man's hand. They are now here. And we are having to face things that are
"k. cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And at the end of the hour, I'm gonna tell you something else interesting. Don't go away. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbott have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about $1 a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older, or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. Here we go. Hey there folks. I get to talk to a special friend of mine after we wrap up this show. He's waiting outside the door. I actually just kidding. I get to talk to a special friend of mine now. He's in California and I'm gonna ask him some hard hitting journalistic questions. Cameron, are you ready? Yes. I am ready Eric meta taxes. My friend, Kirk Cameron. I recognize you from TV programs. I just realized. Now you have a new program coming up on TBN called takeaways. I want to talk to you about that in a minute. But first, I'm going to ask you some hard hitting journalistic questions. Are you ready, man? Okay, first question. Have you pre ordered is atheism dead by Eric metaxas? Quick. Yes or no. No, no, no. No. Just give me a simple answer. Don't beat around the bush. Yes or no? Not yet. Oh. Man. Alvin. That hurts. I didn't have to, because you're publishers cut off. Cut off his mic. Listen, no, you know what? Because I've been so canceled like on YouTube and all these other places. I'm becoming I used to be sort of shy about asking people like forcefully, but I'm telling people there's stuff in this book that is going to freak people out. Like I'm not kidding. I didn't come up with it. It's stuff that I found and I thought, how is it that we who say we are Christians don't know this evidence for God? It's some freaky stuff. And I'm just telling you that, because I didn't get to talk to you on the phone. I'm talking. I'm telling you now on my own show that there's stuff in here it's gonna freak. It's gonna freak you out. You're gonna say, how did I not know this? Is Eric making this up? No, I'm not. Okay, you. Have a new show out. How many shows do you have now, Kirk? What's going on? Well, you mean sort of running concurrently. Yeah, you've got a lot of stuff going on. So there's a really cool show that's coming up on TV and called takeaways. And the idea is that I get the chance to talk with really cool people like you and like Dennis prager and like dinesh d'souza and Charlie Kirk and my sister Candace Cameron and other people. And I often think to myself, it's great when we talk about stuff, but what we need is some takeaways of brilliance, some action points where we can actually do something with all of this knowledge. Just like in your book, is atheism dead. I'm sure that you give people ideas on what we can do, how we can actually utilize the information in there. And so that's what I've tried to do with this new program called takeaways. In my book, is atheism dead. I don't do anything of the kind. And I apologize. Maybe in the second edition of it I'll have some, you know, some things like that. But listen, I always joke around, especially with my friends, but what you just said and the idea of this show is really important because I do get that question incessantly. I'll have somebody on this program talking about people always say, what can I do specifically? And so that's literally what this new show is about. What's my takeaway? Yeah, what's my what's my takeaways? That's always been my frustration. I talked to really brilliant people and there's fantastic commentators that can articulate all of the hypocrisy and all of the corruption that we see around us and where all these bobble heads going. Yes, yes, I see exactly what you're talking about. But what do we do? I gotta be a part of it. I get an idea for some California evangelicals who might be tuning in. Here's a hot tip for you. You could vote pregnant pause there are plenty of people of faith that didn't vote in the last couple of elections didn't vote to recall Gavin Newsom. Folks, I think it's your duty as a believer to vote against wicked policies and things. And where do you think that idea comes from Kirk that we in America, I mean, you could see the German church brought into this lie in the 30s and it didn't go so well. But there are so many people that, you know, I mean, when we say what you can do, like the most basic thing is vote, like make sure you vote that you're involved. That to me is like the most basic thing. There's so much else to do, but I know that the numbers of folks that didn't vote in this recall election, I thought, wow. It would have been so easy to recall this governor who's completely lost touch with what I like to call reality. But they didn't vote. I mean, that's almost the first thing I'm embarrassed bring it up really. And you and I both know that there's another there's another option on the table that nobody really wants to talk about and that the other option is maybe they did. Maybe they did. I mean, I know, and I know counties here in California that are so red that supposedly turned out blue, you wonder what the heck is going on? We're not allowed to talk about fraud. Hey, we are not allowed to talk about the stolen election on Fox News. Do you understand that? And here's the good news. We're not on Fox News. So let's talk. Well, so we sense that we're in trouble in our country and I'm encouraged when I see you know what I think we serve a God who is sovereign. And with a providential view of history and what's going on, that gives me great hope for the future. And God is guiding the pressures in our culture. I believe to cause all things to work out for good for those who love him. Amen. And so what I'm seeing right now, Eric is we're whining and we are crying for being deplatformed and canceled and censored. Yeah. But now we're realizing wait a minute. Why are we depending on all of these systems and organizations that hate us anyway? We need to start creating our own alternative channels and platforms and distribution systems and finally out of necessity we're beginning to do that. And I see that is perhaps God pushing us to do the things we have been doing. For the last hundred years there's no question about it. I'm right there with you. That is clearly how I see. I mean, look, we know all things work together for good for those that love the lord and call the according to the purpose. We know that. But sometimes the lord allows us to glimpse it actually. And I think that what you're saying right now is are being able to glimpse of one way in which this dark season is working together for good is that there are people that have been sleepwalking and they're waking up. And look, I talked about it in my bonhoff for book. I mean, there were tons of good people who did not really want to deal with the situation. And when they finally did wake up, it was too late. I believe in this country what's going on right now. It's just what you said. There are people waking up right now..
"k. cameron" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks. Well, this is our two. Now what happened? Oh my gosh. Are you sure it's today? It's gonna be all today. 'cause I notice that Suzanne was glowering at me this morning. And I thought there's got to be a good reason for that. What could it be? Now we know. Now we know. I forgot it again. Every 25 years I forget it. It's unbelievable. Now, of course, I didn't forget it. Guess what we're doing tonight? Celebrate. Well, we take marriage so seriously, people are gonna laugh. Go ahead and laugh. We're gonna fast and pray tonight. We think that's the ultimate way to celebrate. What God has done over 25 years. Bringing two bitter, angry people together in love and letting us share each other's lives and sanctify each other in that painful process known as marriage. It's been tough, but it's worth it. Everybody knows how much I love Suzanne. So I guess I could joke, hey, we've got a bunch of letters. Some of these letters are hilarious. But before I share that, I said earlier, I have to tell you there's stuff that only happens in New York. We need to have a segment only in New York. Yeah. Okay. The other day was Thursday. I get in a cab to go home. The guy driving the cab does not look foreign. He sounds American. This is an incredible rarity in America, and I always ask people where you from Ghana, Afghanistan, Bangladesh. I love talking to cabbies, getting their perspective. This guy is from Brooklyn. I said a Brooklyn cab driver around 7 years old. How long you been doing this? Two weeks. I said two weeks. What were we doing before this? I was in the military. What do you mean you were in the military? What branch army? What do you mean? Well, I graduated West Point, 68. I said, and you were in for 39 years, you said, yes. Where did you end up? Pentagon. What was your rank? Three star general. Wow. I was driven home by a three star general folks. Wow. Only in America. But this was kind of his bucket list thing. He said, general milley. Skunk, Millie reported to him. That's how high up this guy was. And he said he was a really good officer. We don't know what happened in the last ten years. But I just thought only in New York. Yeah. Can you have a taxi driver who is a three star general the man was very dignified just my taxi driver today what used to be a Southwest airline pilot? Isn't that amazing? Wow. Okay, and I hope that was a joke. All right. But I just love that. This weekend, I go, my dad's back in the hospital because the infection is not healing. People come up to me and say, we're praying for your dad. Can I tell you how much that means to me? You have no idea none. You have no idea. So I was up there with my mom. And I just had to share this. When things get crazy, and this relates back to ADF, it relates to anything. When things seem to be going out of control, keep your eyes on God and do any good thing anything. And it will bless you and it will bless other people. Don't get pulled out into the anxiety. The lord commands us to be anxious for nothing. And in the original Greek that word means nothing. Yeah. And it's not a so it means that if you can do something, so while I was home a couple of weeks ago, I decided to do a crazy thing. There's a bold patch in the backyard I decided to plant some grass seed. And I thought it's kind of late in the season it's probably not going to work out whatever. Well, I showed up a few days ago Shazam, unbelievable grass growth. And I thought sometimes the tiniest things are the most powerful encouragement. They're so wonderful. And I just thought that's a metaphor for its illustration I should say for life, we really owe it to ourselves. You mentioned something about being recognized here in New York. You're not usually wrecking. Oh, that was a weird thing. That's a separate issue. Yesterday I went to the store to get a 12 carat diamond ring for Suzanne. And I was basically there was a joke. And but on the way home, somebody said, Eric, Eric, and it was a woman I'd never seen before looked bean or 30s. And she said she's familiar with my show and I know the person she's dating, but it was like one of these things I thought that never happens in New York. So I think good things are happening in America if I'm being recognized in New York by people who don't want to stab me. I'm just saying, now, I do have to say, when I say do one good thing, any good thing, helping a little old lady across the street, whether it's Nancy Pelosi or somebody infinitely younger, as long as they're old, doing any good thing, the Jews call it a mikva, right? No, mitzvah mitzvah, I'm sorry, Mick was the bath. Amidst the and so planting that grass made me think of that and I thought that's exactly what I say when everything is going crazy around you. Do a good thing. If you give to ADF and folks, you know, this is not just some sales pitch. They are doing God's work. They are doing work for this country that you can't do that I can't do. The one thing we can do is write them a check. Because they're defending religious liberty. And if you understood the details, you'd understand you owe them. We all owe them. They're fighting battles, many of them taken to the Supreme Court. They are fighting on the grounds, the constitution, the law of the land, and they almost always win, almost always win, which what does it tell you? All you have to do is fight. All you have to do is have the ability to fight. If we write them a check, please go to metaxas talk,.
"k. cameron" Discussed on Revision Path
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"k. cameron" Discussed on Revision Path
"Our say accessible. I think right now ron is maybe like a weird answer but i'm honestly obsessed with the friendships that i've gotten to have over this past year. It's very overwhelming. I've never had like friend group of like black designers or even designers that have like really been so overwhelmingly loving to me my not only my career but just as a person and really like being that support system that i needed and i for so long i mean even that people always gonna issue like of course you have support and like yes but like even within that eight hundred fifty their groups their groups and so sometimes you don't always fit into those groups or even within those groups that you may be a part of me still don't completely feel a sense of belonging in so to be able to go into space. Be around people that care about me and love me for who i am and weather. I change or evolve or whatever phase of my life. You know that. I am growing into that there to support me in guide won't do those different shifts. Those different transitions. And i know like i said it. Weird answer in terms of being obsessed. Like i think just i like i have my own podcast with with heatherly. Who's the founder of black ignite and just like how our lives cross within a year. I would have never imagined for our friendship to be where it is from going from like professional relationship to very personal friendship that i value very deeply and to be able to work on this podcast with her and hear her story. And how much like our stories literally are parallel to each other and so be able to have people like and other people like like mitzi like my designed to divest community is like as well and having them in my corner some like i'm truly become obsessed within like want to continue to be around. Want to just have the energy around me that healthy energy kiss sometimes your people. It's beat around your own. People still was it. It's unhealthy so like having people in those relationships has been really great for me within this past year. Aside from like those those friendships. Have you had any any mentors or anyone. That have really kind of helped you out either over this past year just like a long way in your your journey as a designer law. I've had a lot of different people. Din vary some that. I'm very very fortunate. Very grateful to have my life and they're all for different reasons at. I like the start of my career or even School experience. I thought that i could really only have like one seven mentor. That's what it is. But as i realize i need different mentors for different things different spaces in my life and so you know i've had mentors that has taught me about just how to run. My program guided me answering those questions. Were like moving into becoming a nonprofit understanding like elements of like brand strategy for our program that i have. I have mentors that who are now. He call friends as well. Who have helped me like guy me as a person in this where i need to go in my life and then of course i have to like my really close. Professors wanted particular. That has become a very good mentor to me. That actually was the one who gotten into you design that yes. I go for only personal advice but of course career advice As well so. I think like over this past year. I've definitely had some great champions and mentor. mentors in my corner that are designated to different of wildlife. Hell to flourish. Where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work would you like to be doing. Getting my phd. Okay i mean yes. That is a goal of mine. I expressed. I will not a lot of people have told me like. Oh why don't you just go ahead and get your phd now. I'm like i'm exhausted. I'm tired. I do not wanna go through school again at the moment but i think eventually right now i currently see myself leading a community wherever that may be in whether that be in the corporate space i definitely see myself leading those conversations surrounding equity with design space and growing in that. Because that is a space that i want to continue to be in in various different areas whether it's like i said in the corporate space leading my community or even teaching i think eventually like i want to get my phd within this element of design and psychology and understanding people and to be able to eventually down the line teach teach to students teach to the next. You know next generation college students that are coming coming in. I think by then already have that experience of being in the corporate world myself. And i can be able to instill that wisdom and have those connections to people through my community to be able to give back to those students that i'm teaching. So that's where. I want to evolve myself into and just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and your work and everything you're doing online. Yeah they can Wanted can find me on media in terms of my writing and by the way an article will be coming out not through my medium but through the allied tech blog on inclusion or inclusive design. Being more than a buzz word so definitely look out for that and then you can find me on linked in. I'm very active on their. When is of course just my name. And then you can find. The instagram is just by name. Sorry dot cameron and then of course our program our programs. Instagram design underscore. So you can find me active on all of those definitely feel free to to follow me stay connected and especially those who want us. You know get plugged into my community. My program even companies wanting to to work with us and just people just wanting to connect and definitely open to that sounds good well Zarya cameron i wanna thank you so much for coming on the show for taking time to come out on the show like i said it's been a while since we've had a design student on the show particularly one from nhpc you but when i first heard about you at where the black designers and hurt you speak and everything was like. I gotta get her on the show. Just i ever talked about what he's doing. I mean just the fact that you're accomplishing this much. As a student. I think bodes so well for your future career and i'm really excited to see what you're able to accomplish once you graduated and really got out there in the design world and are able to make an even bigger impact so thank.
"k. cameron" Discussed on Revision Path
"Especially it's like one of the largest areas that were known for so again design is is really like second priority. But i wish that it wasn't because again like i said i've had really great professors. That have really helped me grow as it is some definite tough love. That's been given to me and brief anecdote. I had a professor. I failed his class my first year. And you know. I really just didn't do well and had to retake it. And the second time. I got a b plus and he was like he had written in. I told him i was like thank you. Thank you for like helping me to get to this point. And he was like already needs to do it. No you just have to like really prove you can do it. You have the capability. Because i know it's already in there and like just him really believing in me and giving that tough love that i needed just like helped me to appreciate not only him more but the space that i'm and really being able to push myself that much harder and see what i can t and i think having those people in your corner that are looking out for you in that way is one of the best things that i've one of the best experiences now reflecting looking back you know. Now that i'm getting ready to graduate is something that i definitely love and will miss. Yes so it's kind of like. I have some more thoughts but i'll start talking now. I have to say that's thing about hcc that at other schools like though the professors really do care. There's not to say that at. Pow is another schools at the professors. Don't care but i mean i can only speak from my experience. Also going to an hcc went to morehouse. And i mean there's a certain different level of care like they're really looking out for you in ways. You may not even really be considering i mean. Don't get me wrong. There's some professors that are just student another number etc. But like i think once you get into your degree program. You'll be surprised just how much the professors are really like rooting for you and like wanting to make sure that you succeed because it looks good on them if they have you know graduates that come out of the program so it makes sense that you know at. Hpcc's that they would be more open to that and then of course you know it's it's just as black people helping black people you know. I've had several other folks on the show that when they talk about their time at other design institutions that i won't name but they're not. Hec used at other institutions like. It's a rough like their educational. Experience is rough. There's like no mercy and certainly not anywhere. they're having black professors or even really able to like design towards their culture in the work that they do. So i mean you have all these different inherent benefits that come with being able to study at an hp and just from what you're sharing about the program sounds like it's a really great program i mean nca anc overall is a great school. It's a i think it's like one of the biggest research institutions in north carolina. Probably seconds of i'm guessing probably second to like. unc law. And i mean of course like office has really had to advocate for myself and try to reach out to certain people and do certain things that i was like. Hey that i actually saw everything that these companies had to offer the realities of what things were and and being able to kind of bring that back to the students within my program and show that like hey there actually is black talent. Great black designer talent that needs to be sought after duke is the other school that i was thinking about. I was like folks to do. Don't kill me. i was like i know that North though is one of the big research is the touche's in state so that's good to know and also while you were at. Anc you worked at a number of internships. I mean you mentioned ally but you work. What like two or three other companies.
"k. cameron" Discussed on Revision Path
"Just because i think even within computer science there is that level of strategy and critical thinking that i had the knack for and and now to be able to kind of have that skill set our mindset an implement that that ideology within design on has been just really great for me. I think like now. I've i've definitely seen myself of all from just like an individual contributor like an individual designed contributor to this person that is really being able to lead conversations about how we think about design and that again as i mentioned before that inclusion equity space tell me more about the program an anti know when folks look at us and they think about design. I'm not sure of north carolina. Ent is a school that they may readily think about. But can you just tell us a little bit about the program and sort of what you're going to remember the most from being at anc because you're about to graduate the semester. I wished that our program was a little bit more marketable. I wish they marketed us. A little bit better. Because i think like a lot of students will would benefit from having black teachers. That really want you to succeed in and do well and i think also. I wish that our our particular department sat in a different space. Because i think sometimes we can't get overlooked so we e- sit within the college of science and technology and so when a lot of people think of science technology you think biology chemistry mathematics sits within that space to and then you've got like it information systems all those things like that. So you've always.
"k. cameron" Discussed on Revision Path
"For the half a miniature. That did that. And he kind of helped needs to maneuver through that summer and through that i was able to get connected to this inclusive design team that was actually just starting up within our design organization and so being able to be a part of that and lead a lot of the discussions that i believed needed to happen. It allowed me to kind of realize or see what role i fit. Best within design and also to see the importance of like how design victim too you know. Helping marginalized communities reached no that economic mobility and financial freedom in so it was definitely a great moment for me and also just to have people that were supportive with me. During that process to it's interesting how financial institutions are starting to become sort of the vanguard of that kind of equity center designed like we've had several people on the show before from capital one and that's such a huge part of their design. Ethos is making sure that as you're saying about under represented or marginalized communities have that financial freedom but just the level of care that they put into all of their interactions to make sure that equity is like part of the goal from conversation designed to even how they sort of lay out the physical layout of their banks and everything like is really interesting. How that that sector has been sort of a forefront when it comes to the. Yeah i definitely agree. And i think i was able to see that from a financial lands in being able to have those conversations of like. Hey you know. We really need to focus on the culture of of our customers and focusing on working with our communities and being able to provide this assistance. Or who are we actually excluding in these conversations in uncovering are by our sumptious. Our of our customers are even people who could be potential customers of our bank and you know being able to create that organic relationship. Because we we. Are you know an online bank. And so we have to foster some type of connection to them. Especially if we're not gonna be face to face. I mean look my money. Is that allies. So i trust that. They're doing the right thing. Let's talk about the eight year is designed program. I i heard of this actually at the where the black designers conference this year when you were speaking about it but tell me more about the project. I mean you started this while you were still a student. I mean you're still listed now but you started this while you were at North carolina. enc right. Yeah i did. I started this right. After ashley where the black designers and just being very last year and i was very empowered and inspired by i was able to connect with so many different black designers and have that support in that community but unfortunately i realized that a lot of what i was seeing. They were professionals. And i wanted something in where there is a space just for us a students looking at my own journey. I realized that there were so many gaps that i was missing and not just within my own education but just the support whether it'd be mentorship sponsorship things like that that were hindering me from really fully being success for having access to certain resources or just knowledge in general that would help will get myself in that door of even just landing. My first internship. And i realized there was a lot of other students whether they went to a. Pwi or c. You were experiencing those same challenges and they really didn't have any type of community matter where they were. They didn't feel any sense of belonging. I wanted to bring that element to this space. When of course there are tons of design student communities that were out there. But i wanted there to be a community just for us. And so we've evolved. I've evolved ever since then. I think he is definitely helped me to evolve into a leader that i never expected. I've always wanted to be some form of a leader. I just didn't know what and being able to have this program outside of just school has allowed me to flourish and have my own space and create a freedom to put all of these things out here with our programs are events all those different things and also to be able to reach a large audience than just the students that are within my school. And so i was leading a team of three other students and now like we're growing and we just added a few more team members to our group and i'm really excited. What will be able to accomplish you this upcoming school year to and i mean as far as like i mean when you're doing all this organizing and you're getting students and stuff together our events kind of part of this as well like are staging any sort of like virtual events. Yeah all of our bins are burchill. Because i realized again there is at access component. I want students to be able to access us even beyond like this pandemic if we if we get out of it and just being able to have access to those resources whether you're in our state whether you go to school or you're not and that's what i wanna be a provide through this program. Actually within a few weeks or the next few weeks will be actually launching our fall designed boot camp where students will be able to work with our company partners and create a design solution based on their stated problem. And so i'm really excited for this because not only gives an opportunity for students to connect with each other with other black students but also for them to connect with companies and for them to see firsthand on a more personal level of how these companies operate what their processes are like into. Ask those hard questions and for the companies to just see that talent Air so. I'm really excited for for this in particular this year. How would you like to see a. I continue to grow. I mean it sounds like you're already on a good path right now. Yeah i i really excited me. Of course like i'm hoping to have more more company partnerships of course but i mean just last year her this year this year in january like three of my students three or four. My students got landed their very first internship design internships. I think two of them are at facebook right now. One of them's at spotify and one of them landed a full-time gig at all scripts so you know. And i basically help them to transition through their interview process so to see them. Land those interviews and land. That offer was so thrilling for me and so. That's one of my goals that i want to do this year. The school year as well as it continued so allow students to receive those offers and find a place where they feel comfortable and safe. I also wanna like within the next year to transition to our mental health initiative. And you know a lot of students especially during this endemic have definitely had burnout have had several different experiences where their mental health has been at risk. And so especially as a creative. I feel like me sometimes. Burn ourselves out even more because we're exhausting so much creative energy and so i think one of my goals is to really start implementing different sessions or conversations around the importance of mental health in just finding that joy in our lives. It's as black.
"k. cameron" Discussed on Revision Path
"Was me as an individual designer as person as a community leader. Now those types of roles. I never really saw myself being part of a year ago and now i'm leading community. I'm advocating for other black design students. I'm being able to speak on that work through various different speaking engagements one. I never at all saw myself as being that person to kind of go up and and speak but now i just definitely seen myself evolved with beam. Were authentically myself and being able to be.
"k. cameron" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken
"Don't only call me when you need something. Hills and not only call me when you need to buy some shoes or something or you need no the only call me their check on me all the other purple. The only way you need me and the minute you come through or something and it's been a while now will be suspicious you all of a sudden. What you doing this for what you doing this for? I guess should have picked the people of Puerto Rico going to page the 13 being down a package that they say is going their way, but at the same time see right through that and understand what that is rewrite do it. Thank you for the 13 billion. We appreciate life but we going to move on over here we go still get your ass. I'm out of here. We appreciate you but at the end of day like everything we talked about Thursday night is imperative. We have like you say the numbers have to come out that the people got to speak they gotta speak man. They are we going to be in another four years of chaos that I can't even found on what that's going to look like. Oh, man. Four more years. It is bro Rose, it would take us back for Generations because of rape even everything he's doing now with you know with the money in terms of the global warming if everything just to destroy or Obama's Legacy and even from the Supreme Court demand. They also get a supreme court majority. They go shoot down Obamacare. And and you know, they go and then no more and also to the biggest thing about the whole thing about climate control climate change is the fact that this is real simple is the reason why they don't want to change from the oil to the clean fuel to the clean up to the fossil to clean energy because of the fact it's profitable with palm oil companies that pay for these guys to stay in office in the money from 4 to them. That's the only reason why but they don't understand like, you know, something has to change if not all the stuff to profit that they're making it's not going to be any anything's going to go to shit. I mean whole towns have been eviscerated by the wild farms. you know, what was one of the most resonating things of our vacation we went we went to South Beach yesterday when I say South Beach ain't what it used to be. I mean it was a it was a glimpse of it was a glimpse of kind what the world could become like myself nice used to be packed. You used to be like which and we don't go up. You know, where we going to do that man? No chairs was out unless you brought your own chairs like and it was like we were just like it was deserted. And I was just like man, this is kind of like how the world could be if we keep going down the Trap it has no choice because we have a president is basically Pro covid. Yeah. I mean, I mean, I you know what else to say. I mean, he knows he knows the ins and outs he knows how deadly it is, but he keeps having Advanced for people that come in and it's Pro covid-19 said if we would if we were to hit this word in the Knick this in the bud or whatever the case may be when this got started either probably been on South Beach today or yesterday with a completely different picture like every Thursday we have now which because of the fact of the response I mean kids are in school now, they start the year the end of the year at home and they started a year at home. You know, I'm saying like all this shit could have been avoidable even all the deaths. If we just did the proper 100,000 now regarding a two thousand people because of the fact that information he knew but it didn't fit his narrative politically so he he did he felt was best for him. That the people for him because he knew that this was going to be the most biggest threat to his presidency. So instead of the hit it head-on to deal with it. I'm just going to push it down keep going down the road and try to downplay it as the deaf just piled up and even now the Senate Republicans and people they're having all these press conferences and talking about Democratic cities notice when I want to talk about the coronavirus if he wanted thousand people who have lost their lives in the seven months. And we went to the fall now and that's how you know people like that people like Steph Cameron like these people not human inside man, cuz I'm going later you going to have some remorse and be like dead now, we can't keep going down this path. I don't care how much money I make I don't care what my position I'm trying to seek Empower sooner or later. You're going to have some humanness remorse to be like this ship. Right some wrongs come off, right you would think you would think what else driving them to not give that not do things that way, you know, what's so cool. But so vile so evil where Brianna Taylor who was shot and killed by the hands of police and the indictment comes down has nothing to do with Iraq with her actual murder cuz they say, I'd rather I'd rather spend twelve million to shut them up vs. Do the right thing. He had a vote man. We got to mobilize got them got a mobilized got to mobilize. Got to get out there the people gotta speak. You got the last word day. We'll see you next week early next week, homie. I have a labor. All right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's my man. Took his time man coming through once again a midweek shop up back. And again, he wasn't feeling too well last week glad to be back at at this week man. Glad to talk the people to reach out and just talk man and had the conversation just to preview look man. We gotta vote. We gotta do one multi-level historic mobilization of people we've ever had because I'm telling you this President is gunning. He's gunning to status election. And the thing is he's saying on T. He's not being Coy about it. He's not being shy. He's being in Frank and we gotta take him seriously. We got to make sure we don't let that man have four more. Like I said, it's not really about Joe Biden in terms of faith in his about him. When his what he when administration gets in but it's really about the soul of the country and where we're going. I'll be back next week young man. I appreciate your time you love. You listening. You know, it just means the world to me man. So till next time. Love everybody. Hey, no one this is the correctly mistaken podcast, and I'm your voice your Jose. He blessed piece off.
"k. cameron" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken
"It's it's a continuous experiment what we have in the right now when he's trying to do is he's off to literally tear that Constitution down 10. Excuse me, turn that institution down shut it down and not make us a democracy. He is trying to dictate he's trying to thought Terian that is his main goal. That is his purpose. That's why he loves ladimir poop Vladimir Putin has been the president of Russia for twenty-five years and he will love to do the same thing was said the other day he would he could do an executive order to ban Joe Biden for being president. I mean, he says these things he speaks these things and we have two in the only way that we can combat wage. Is we come out and vote in such a historic mobilization of people of anti Trump people of the movement of anti-choice pro-democracy people. It has to be such a rich historic mobilization is that still can't even deny the results or he came home. It has to be such a landslide that he can't even go to court as I see they went with my bro, like every state, you know, they don't like men like women like numbers don't you know what I'm saying? And that's the truth and that is what we have to do. That's why it's so important issue in the mobilization because this is where you're trying to do. He's hoping that people don't go to more people that don't go out. no more people that don't pay no attention to it in the more people that sit there and say I ain't got nothing to do with me like you said earlier, you know effect but now it does We gotta get out and do it man. That's what the man is trying to do. That is Lily what he's trying to do he he is trying to steal the election any way possible and then he took to talk about record. You want to talk like think about it, man. He everything he does. Is he talking about buying some Marico where you see the Looting and shooting killing, you know, whatever the case may be a father rights. Where is his America? He's the president. But he is for people to say this is going to be violence in America if he's elected but Jus our president. So what are you doing about it and then he wants to say why can't do nothing about it is a democratic cities or a blue cities. I tip is the word flies is Elijah tell yourself. That was all time. Wherever that was. Did you have a purpose? Yeah, cuz I'm actually pulling that up from my gosh that was on point. I was pulling it up cuz I was thinking back when we were talking about the people that support him because they make him they he makes them feel a certain type of way. And that was a clip of a video. I had watched earlier which was about the Wells Fargo CEO. Did you hear what he said didn't he say something about like if he it's too bad he couldn't find black people to be probably qualified himself. He said the black talent pool is limited Choice. Oh and I'm not laughing at us. Now. I'm laughing to keep from crying because people are saying this, you know, they're saying this but like it was to your point like we talking about why it's important to vote. for so many reasons and it has to be historic because People feel. Okay seeing that shit isn't in bold mandate. It's it's a feeling of date when they make America great again to them mean something completely different way of America being white Gran white-ruled and white supremacy, you know what I'm saying? And like you said, that's the very thing and we're combating right now and what the president of the United States and we think about the president of United States is the one that it's heading this the thing your race and he's saying that he's saying racism is the what about anti-racism is the real racism or or some some bullshit that he said about racism instant something that he said, I can't remember he said caught it up right now, but he said something like that since like, what are you talking about? But this is what we're dealing with. I got keep saying what he says. You know when they asked the question, what do you think about black people being disproportionately shot and killed on the first thing he says is white people too. He's playing to a whole basis of people and so that he cares about that's why yesterday you see the people that go to those rallies. They don't they look like him. They don't look like us know they look like, you know, they don't offer the crazy thing about it. And it's all said and doing. You don't give a damn about them like you what you've been telling these Trump supporters. He does not care about y'all. Trump expands ban on racial sensitivity training to Federal contractors. Yes. I've seen that. So the real racism is anti-racism training wage. See and see these little things that he does he would already talked much about it kind of go under line. But this stuff that if you're looking at this you're dealing with it and you have a whole other set of keys that were defendants to the end because like I said, they believe in something of and this is my thing too. I keep telling people it took was a Democrat. I'll be feeling this way about him. Somebody hit me up the other day and they see me on Facebook supported by Anna Harris and they asked would like yo, what do you really think? Like, what do you want to see in a thousand years Administration? I'm like well look a lot of this shit don't really have a lot to do with it. Joe Biden is an important piece in terms of being president us hold him accountable Kamala Harris accountable making sure they going to do the things that they said they offer but in the day, this is not the biggest. This is like you kept saying the it's it's really about the soul of country this deliberate about the character where we're going dead. What are we going to look like? What are we representing? What are we standing for? Are we staying for somebody else to come in here and try to rule us and change the virus and bring out our ugliness of ourselves in the hate and racism back for many years has been alive. They were just concealing it. But now you did have somebody else feels like it's their salvation and they can come out here and and spew that hate in a country where it's full of immigrants. You know like the soul of our solar countries it had nothing to do what he needs to go. He's racist he's divisive. He he's alive. He doesn't care of American people he needs to go Joe buying this is just about the best thing really about Joe Biden. It's about preserving. Our accuracy know this is about we'll have our we'll have our own new Civil War if he gets in another term Well on civil war will have our own race war will have a lot of Revolt. It's it's going to be chaos. That's why it's like that's why to avoid the chaos of what is going to be we gotta come out and record-setting mobilization. We have to we have to the point where she can not even deny the result because we have somebody right now who's literally run this country who doesn't Ki disci can care less all of a sudden now a thirteen billion dollar package skinny made to go to Puerto Rico three years after Hurricane Maria and after he took the whole time and they they didn't need any more funding but why do you think he's doing that funding now? He was going he was throwing toilet paper and paper towels at them right in July. And why do you think he's doing it now? You know, why do you think he's going out there and he's doing that now he's getting that thirteen billion dollar package ready because he's trying to get involved and now they matter even though that US citizens of Puerto Rican would get this out. Territory Name by that lived as US citizens, but they didn't care but now they managed and he always says, oh well, we were putting something together, but.
"k. cameron" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken
"You know where to go. I don't even know where to start baby. I guess the craziest thing is what's going on right now today and and the Rihanna took the situation the non indictment that had nothing to do with her Murder by any means nothing to do with her murder as you see at least it seems what's that gentleman's name that the attorney general for Daniel Cameron think it's Daniel Cameron. He's the Attorney General. Oh, his name is Stephen Stephen wage from the from Django really know I'm negative. Oh, I can't remember off. Is one of the movies that I really enjoyed but what about me about movies? I've never I don't remember. I don't remember a lot of certain parts movies. You know, I can remember when Joe Jackson's part. Is that fuck, you know exactly what you got to Stephen. What's wrong with me man. That was about a straight-up billion of Home Town by Stephen birth. I couldn't stand his character even though samuelle killed that joy, and it seems to me it looks as if you know your job you hate you feel while then Uncle Tom, you know Shifty people but it's like, you know, the way that do would have been a day man. And it's funny people don't remember. This is the same catalog. Actually spoke at the RNC and have them nerve to bring up Brianna. Tell his name when he spoke. I mean, he's missing Macado's Protege. Yeah, exactly exactly. I mean any basically he said today and if we you guys didn't know if you didn't hear living under the under a fucking rock that Brianna Taylor the the officer that shot her dispatch one indictment, but they say what what is it on watching? Was it a one-week engagement which is basically shooting recklessly endangering your neighbor, which has nothing to do with you. So you telling me that you can charge an officer for shots fired into another apartment, but you can't charge the officer who actually shots. Well who asked you five shots and killed Brianna Taylor? Yeah. Well, I think about this. Yes. Stephen which whatever real name is I don't care. It's definitely Cameron gets up there and says, well we in the grand jury determined that the officers did the right thing and it was justified because the boyfriend shot at them. You kicked in this man's dead or what you expect you kicking at 1:00 in the morning. You kicked in his door and then you heard what they said today that they had a witness. Somebody said that they announced they had a witness. Come on man. How these reporters have been out there reported. This story been talking to me. They said they had a witness that they even sold one witness that was upstairs can say. Oh, yeah, I heard officers from upstairs. I heard officers pronounced himself to come in. I mean, come on man. It just seemed to me that he literally said on National T. Yeah what they did. Was justified in lawful. So it took you a hundred ninety plus days to say you had a witness. Draw it. I tell you what man. It's just one little thing where you once again, you just see the clear need. Of change bro. What we've been talking about what we've been protesting in the streets for and it seems like a punch in the gut because for the past six months, you know, we've been at this a long we've been having all the streets and then you hear this situation come down and then you're like damn we're right back where we fucking started and the scary part about it is about the protesters who going out there Thursday night, you know night is falling and you know go how people are going to be out there doing some shit and then the people that black lives matter they going to go home and you're going to have these characters going to act a fool all night need to put on black lives matter and it's like NBA Countdown just said two they were stopping about it. Yeah, shout out. Shout out to Maria Taylor She's a bad hair. She she may she's Yeah, she'll say even a John Wayne this over Maria Taylor said yeah, if you can be a countdown, this is what you're going to hear cuz this is what they're going to be the conversation is cuz we fed up I think it's funny. It's interesting though how ESPN now, you know, cuz you know back in a couple of months where a couple months back couple of years ago, which email he'll had a situation with the president. You know, she kind of field I think she was on a podcast with her. Oh, man. Questlove and she was talking about how she felt ESPN and have her back, you know kind of is like, hey we'll deal with it. But you know, Step Up out in front and they didn't do that. But now it's life. It's funny how things change and everybody just all in you know, Maria Tela can freely go out there and say this what we going to talk about what for blind people on the National Hair way if you know what I'm saying, it's just it's amazing ESPN has allowed that. You know that tied all of a sudden, you know, it's like it's like guys have been woken up, you know like Colin Kaepernick in Rodger. It's just funny. It's just interesting that you say that how I think four or five years ago Maria tell it wouldn't even probably said that you know saying but now the times the changes getting support a week even have for black people on National Airwaves talking about this shit that's good shift lever. So what they said was pretty much. You know obviously people say well protests are getting us nowhere can't you'll see that in even Jalen said that he's like but you still gotta keep moving the ball down the field office in Jamison. He said it best. He's like, we're not going to see change. He's like, we won't see it in our lifetime, but we gotta keep moving the ball. You got to go. He's not he's not selfish of the selfishness. If you think you know, you won't try to you know, solve it in your lifetime and they said well or no, I'm sorry because you think can't solve it in your lifetime. You don't need anything, right? So that's with the protests and it's still going to have take place even though I mean, it's kind of one those things like, okay, what did we expect? But we still gotta keep doing it to make a difference for me. And my wife was talking about is like how do you pay a family twelve million but.
"k. cameron" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"I had gone with Mario Lopez Memorial Lopez. Hotline is light. Knock joining me now on the phone from the show. Fuller House on Netflix. My Girl Candice Camembert. Are you good how are you you know what? I'm doing I'm doing well candice. Considering still busy. The kids being at home is probably the most challenging. Wh What about yourself how? How old enough during Quarantine Yeah I'm sure We're holding up. Okay I actually you know I was. I started two thousand nineteen off as an empty Nester but now I've thought all three kids back in my home NBA. I'm loving it. My kids are older though so we're you know we're having a good time in spite of the craziness that's going on in the world We're just kind of coveting the family time you know what I'm with you on that I. I'm really loving spending as much time I mean I joke but I. I'm spending a significant amount of time and I'm loving it because I don't know when I'll be able to do it again. To the extent bright so mccrash I feel like that's the silver lining this is. This is consolidated quality family time. I never would've had seen that as the positive in all of this. It's so I can't believe when you said you were an empty Nester. My God because you still look great but you still in. My eyes seem so young. I can't I'll you when you had your first child. I was well. We're about the same age right head. Start on me though. Yes I so I was married at twenty and I had my first twenty two. Oh Yeah your baby which is Kinda cool. Because he's still get to be young and kind of hang with your kids and and do all this fun stuff and have the energy. Wow that's great. Yeah so pretty close with my kids. So that's how many you got again three. Oh that's great that's smart. Yeah likewise that's cool. So so what about staying active? Are you able to to Keep fitness or what are you doing around the area you know? My fitness game actually been pretty strong. I've been working out like a beast from home. Been like but you know that's it just starts my day off off right and it gives me energy and then it it also gives me a schedule to you know be productive and get sweaty so I have to shower. I can't like lay around on my slept all day right so the fitness game has been really strong. I've actually been doing. Some of those workouts live on Instagram just to share with people and encourage them to get their bodies moving and you know not not be stagnant at home right. Let's get out good for you. Good for you and you're also hosting this big benefit concert on Sunday rising. Tell me about it. Yeah this is such a a special event so my brother Kirk Cameron and I He called me a couple of weeks ago. And there's been some other really wonderful benefit concerts that have aired on television and we watched them and while they were great we we honestly felt like there was something really big missing from them and that was the one element that offers true hope to the world. And that's God so we thought you know we want to put together a concert with incredible music with In in in a great great inspirational messages. So we started calling all of our friends and people we knew and we have put together an unbelievable lineup. It's the cream of the crop. Grammy Award Winning Contemporary Christian Artists and inspirational speakers And it's airing on facebook. Live this Sunday five. Pm Pacific Time Eight PM Eastern time and you know all all the all the proceeds were hoping to raise money for Samaritan's purse. They are an organization that have food on the ground right now in New York City In Central Park they've got those white tents up and online mobile hospital Sorry not online but mobile hospitals and they They do incredible work. So you know. We put this concert together just because we wanted to give hope to the world and no one benefiting financially from it We've all just done this out of our pockets as well as all of the artists like casting crowns. Mercy me for King and country Natalie Grant Kirk Franklin tons of people. Everyone's just giving their time and energy so we can help people that are affected by cove. Nineteen good for you. That is awesome to hear such an important time for faith right now and especially in these tough times you turned to God. I'm all about it so so bravo on that and like you said. The money goes to Samaritans purse. Great Great 'cause there was that difficult to put together all other people involved in everything or lasting because they they answer like yes and no to produce a live benefit. Concert of this magnitude in two weeks is almost unheard of and but but we've managed to do it because all of the artists that we asked the they all jumped on board immediately. Nobody turned US down. But we have been working around the clock to put this together and inhabit for everyone. But you know where there's passion you will get things done and that's why we've gotten it done so awesome awesome good for you. Look forward to checking it out. And I want to talk Fuller House briefly have the final episode already been filmed any idea when they'll come out they have already been filmed. Yes but we have. We're actually announcing the air date next week. So you can tune into my social on instagram or facebook and Next week we'll be telling you when those last night episodes we're gonNA drop and it's not too far away. We we've had like I've got so many people say police since we're in quarantine. Let them release the last episode of Fuller House now but We're we're announcing that date next week. Nice captive audience right. The advantage of that and I know you recently had a birthday happy. Belated able to celebrate despite the social distancing man. I have one of the best birthdays ever I. I was surrounded by my husband and my three kids the people I love the most and we just did we did it. All my favorite things like we cooked all of my favorite dishes and we baked carrot cake. Which is my favourite cake and there was no pressure. I Ha I didn't have to host anyone I didn't have to worry about getting dressed up like hung out and enjoy the day and my family surprising the brand new CICLE. That is so gorgeous and I just can't wait till I could actually get out onto the bike path at the beach and ride it well. Hopefully it's around the corner always nice catching up with candace. Appreciate you taking the time. Watch hope rising Sunday at eight. Pm EASTERN. On facebook live candidate stay safe and healthy and best to the family. Thanks Mario Youtube. Thank you so much big. You Take Care Bye Lopez..
"k. cameron" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast
"I think that if anyone here some snort and we got a little if you follow me on Instagram you know we've got a little Frenchy Martin and he's he's hanging out with us now but he he kinda. He snorts a little bit when he breeze but I think if you're looking for that aspect of it the trainer making sure that that's I totally agree. I think that's something if you're if you're you know there's one thing if you're looking for these horses to be trying to what the what they're gonNA do. But you know the trainers demeanor. Are they a person that wants to spend time with the horses? Don't feel like they're in a rush oppressed and this out. They're out there with them. Because that's that's the one thing I I. I feel like the more trainers you go to an in every discipline the best ones in the world. They love to be out there with their horses. They love to be with him. I was over there. Chad masters the other day. And he's got this beautiful facilities is built and he has a lot of horses. I don't even know how many and and I tell the story a lot but We had a jackpot when it was raining over there. Awesome Robertson put on Jackpot is house andor. Everyone's Kinda got the horses tied up and I was leaving one over the time up nieces. Pace not a lot of places. Tie Up over here. This is great. He says well we're really not into tying him up. We'd like to ride them around here and but you know I think that's what makes people great is that that mindset of they. He likes to be out there with them. You know the the great guys out there working added every day and they're you know they might be tr- they're trying to get things done but they know there's just a it's that love of what you did. You gotTa love it to be graded thank you love it so yeah. I love those horses. I like everything about the way. They look like they smell like put my hands on them. You know just like them. Oh horses doesn't mean we don't run into some tough ones but reality. That is the tough ones that actually ended up teaching you the very most and so it's kind of the way life is anyway but yeah. I think you know if you're going to see your worth to somebody make sure it's somebody reputable. That's going to do a good job but their heart into it and the good your horse at the same time well and and I think this all goes down to like this is how I look at it. I I love Horses I. I'm the worst. I can't sell them. I just I mean we. We raise a few not too many but I just I cannot I can hardly I can hardly sell them as I do but what what really gets me is I. This is I'm only going to have so many years with this horse. And you know you. Kinda got to learn to enjoy that because it's like many when you really added up. Don't get that moments on each tour so you kind of you know each one that you ride and it's like Hey. I might only get this experience once or twice and the older I've gotten I've I've now had a few that I've that have gotten up to like fifteen eighteen. We've retired and you're like wow I've had some big moments at reopens. Rodeos on and you know that that was it as I only got one or two chances on that horse and at at a big situation. You're like wow. I and I and I was lucky. I I took it all in and I feel like I remember everything about it and I really had a great experience but also you know it's easy for us to forget that and but that's but that's really what I like about roping that's where my passion is. I don't really care to to go up and down the Road Rodeo in as much I I love that aspect but I I like the horses I like. I like roping on them. I like having that relationship so I'd just like being around them and that is cool. You know that you found something like one of those disciplines like roping you love to robot. It's so cool. You know roping has gotten so popular and I loved that because more people get a chance to go back to that cowboy cowboy tradition that that. That's what makes you know. I think everybody in America has a little bit of cowboy and I'm from New York City. You know we're proud that the cowboy really is an American deal. They have cowboys now in France and Germany and all that but by. Gosh it originated here in America you know and so I hope we can keep that tradition alive and well like our kids. If they have horses they learn how to work. They learn responsibility. They learn how to win and they learn how to lose. I mean again. It's just teaching them about why. What a wonderful thing. So yeah those horses like you're saying there's some horses that are like people that you your member a lot longer than you do some people you've met you know we've had some of the horses that we have a little scimitar for some of our horse that have died on the range that just were such great horses and unlike you got three of them that are now retired. Air All but I'm just giving them the best life they can to finally pass on but he always trying to give something back right. Craig we we talked about this at the beginning of the At the beginning you know you do tons of clinics as well as private clinics at the house and you have so much going on. I would love to do another podcast so we could dive into some Rodeo stories. And I I mean we're right. We're almost two hours today and I was like you know. There's just so much that I wanNA talk about two hours. I think our and forty nine minutes. Something like that role ladd. Oh Yeah Oh yeah. But where's the best place to find you and kind of getting contact with you if you'd like to do you know? Meet UP FOR SOME HORSEMANSHIP CLINICS. We did ugly Lucas Up. Greg Cameron Dot COM rats smart Dot Com and My son is also putting clinics. And he's just come such. I'm so proud of him. He's he's thirty two thank. He's really finding that spot where we're talking about. He's slowing thing voice start so many calls and he. Ropes does rain campaign to that spot ways slowing down and really feeling of those horses and make and gray horses really proud of him but yeah you can go to Craig. Cameron Dot Com. We have a wonderful facility right here close to Stephenville Texas. And of course we're still on the road right now as well traveling around the country. Put on this stuff and Hopefully thanks get going better. I think America's you know spring back no matter what happens. We're just tough people. And and especially the cowboys and cowgirls you know love them but man. That's been a real pleasure to be here with you. Pay You do such a great job with the x factor roping and you guys are covering some ground and really bringing this to the forefront and making it better for the horses and the Roper is everywhere so Just cowboys and horsemen in general. So I hope you keep up here. Been working loved comeback. This with you again sometime. Well I really appreciate it Craig. And yet we're we'll just plan on it because I am like I said there's a lot more that I want to dive into the road to the horse. And you know and Rodeo on it was Rhode Island's changed a little bit and And the you know these stories. My grandpa he he would go bulldog a throat as you kind of hear about that. And and this setups and how everything is has really changed. So I'd love to just Kinda sitting visit I well. We'll make sure we have the link and everything to the website on this podcast. So if you guys WanNa Find Craig you can as well as Cole. I'm around a little bit. He he'll come over and we'll we're up a little bit and so he does a great job. I'm it's pretty awesome. Just watch you guys and the understanding the amount of knowledge that you have on how a horse works and the ability to understand a horse is. It's obviously lifelong work. I mean it. It is Yeah we know it is online and we love the houses and the cowboys. Were we feel so blessed to have what we get to do it. We do be in American. Thank troops and we'll give all the glory to God and for we have what we get to do so again very fortune and Thank Vipul everday. Yeah absolutely were so blessed. Thanks again thank you..