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‘Tsunamis of Misinformation’ Overwhelm Local Election Officials
"To go to before the election. Elected officials in our state, our warning of male delays and misinformation. Here's Kamal score one from the Office of Washington secretary of State, which oversees elections comes a warning of an unofficial website offering unverifiable information. The secretary of state's office, says the site vote Washington dot info has been reported to the U. S Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency. Meanwhile, Democratic U. S representative Susan Del Benny is worried about local ballot delivery. She's calling for an investigation into five pieces of decommissioned mail processing equipment in Redmond. Judge ordered the machines back into service in September day, Benny says it hasn't happened yet. Corwin
Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability
"Like any INFO Technology Sector security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us I thought this for Senate index was. Useful because it doesn't come from I accompany product. It say independent academic attempt to benchmark Com, sub security capability and intent from nation sites It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past spend a little bit of Thanh. Talking to their academics in previous roles and particularly locked the way that This report sets metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice and one of the kind of things that we could use to objectively major capability. And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, low capability quadrant and the reason for that is because when the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, entities about what our intent is. Assab security spice. Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? But. Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of objective metrics. We fold anti sixteenth in that space. So, FA May that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. One that I think is familiar to a lot of. People in the Strand security sector. In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, Day sub, security strategy. A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. In the years after that have been made you say less deleted then was announced to the media. Will what's on the industry? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen strategy that was undefended at least out of the Prime Minister's office. This one is looking out at a ten years. The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. And proposing one point six, billion, dollar funding. Backdrop, but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability. What's your take on the strategy itself? Overall as you say, it's it's another announcement is on the strategy whether it's not as another thing but certainly yet your thoughts on the strategy itself and where maybe else we could have been in twenty twenty from the twenty six danes strategies. Have you have you seen that the two thousand twenty strategy's building on the twenty, sixteen or? Taking a completely new direction. While the that, you can certainly say the why the two thousand twenty strategy is reaction to experience the twenty six strategy That the twenty sixteen subsequently strategy had a very large number of of objectives and Nisha announced under it. I think the government found the experience of trying to implement those very large number projected initiatives again, adopted under outcome Tambo's prime ministership around the breathing bruising exercise because the twenty twenty strategy dramatically rationalize is temptation I'm say that the broad spread of of initiatives and objectives under the strategy a kind of a toddler. Your decide that the Gospel confessed about ninety percent of the funding. Associated with these twenty twenty strategy he's allocated to security agencies So it goes into building. Capabilities with particularly the is day but also other security agencies on. Enforcement agencies like the the I pay, and that's well and good We have I think outstanding internationally recognized capabilities within is. and this is the conduct that you have to keep investing in order to. Maintain those capabilities in my time that that international ranking. Suppose big Criticism that that libraries had is one that we've been exploring for at the loss twelve months and that's really When you look at security policy to strike the problem is the ability to project those capabilities out of the silos of how defense and security agencies. To the problems in Australia Com in terms of lifting a bench, mock the baseline up security security. Brazil and Sada resilience across the Australian government trying economy You know there's a lot of examples of that. Wall is day is absolutely world standard. Saab resiliency combined entities is as at the government's own description reminding at relatively low levels. you know the is days top full became mandatory in the. Seventies ago now. had a slew of a straight national ordered office inquiry since then. when you type them all up on like twenty nine percent of Kamal entities compliant with all the top four. Seven years after theoretically became mandatory say interesting. Is Connect between very high capability. Inside Is Day lower levels of saga resilience and more broadly throughout government not to sign story that we see in the corporate sector unites now at banks and Al. Telcos, absolately will class intends to their sub security posture. But you only have to sort of take one stiff through the down. In the I six navy top fifty. And you start seeing. Very, different levels of resilience.
"kamal" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"They'll see you in the aisles are misinformation and fake news threatening our democracy is democracy. Even a thing anymore does US military spending actually keep us safe Buckle up the new season of things that go boom gets bumpy. We may have been prepping for World War three when we were hit by world war see instead and that's only the beginning of the shadowy silent threats to our national security grab a beer and join host Lacy Healy as she watches over the things keeping us up at night. Find things that go boom wherever you listen to podcasts. Today the kitchen sisters present Kamal Mussa walk and his Lebanese kitchen visions. A on Tuesday August fourth a massive explosion devastated Beirut shattering the port and the heart of the city. Over one hundred and fifty people have lost their lives. Some five thousand people have been injured. Hundreds of thousands have lost their homes all while the people of Lebanon are facing catastrophic levels of the corona virus and devastating economic collapse. Our love and our sorrow or with the people of Beirut. David traveled to Lebanon in two thousand fifteen for our hidden kitchen series to chronicle the work of the Lebanese kitchen. Visionary Kamal Mussa walk an astounding man who builds community through food throughout the country. His Beirut restaurant talent that employs dozens of village women cooking their traditional village dishes was destroyed in the explosion. This week as we witnessed the shock blasts and their devastating aftermath the demonstrations in protest against the government and its negligence and corruption we saw that Kamal and his team at Tallaght we're at the forefront of the rescue efforts in collaboration with chef Jose Andres and the world's central kitchen. Come kitchen prepared the first fresh meals for local hospitals, isolated seniors, and first responders throughout the city Hamas sandwiches, Kef sandwiches, and Maloka. A traditional Sunday meal of chicken that reminds everyone knows it of home. In homage to the people of Lebanon. Once again, the kitchen sisters present this portrait of activist Kamal Mussa Walk. Within hours of arriving in Beirut. We met one of the most compelling kitchen activists in visionaries. We've encountered Kamal Mussa walk and began to tour the farmers, markets, restaurants, guesthouses, and refugee kitchen projects known collectively as L. Type that he and his kitchen community have created. Today. A road trip through these hidden kitchens of Lebanon, an expedition through. Kamal's vision of rebuilding an uniting this war ravaged nation through its traditions, its.
beirut explosion latest news
"Good afternoon from Zurich we start in Lebanon where people are calling for justice following a huge blast in the country's capital Beirut at least one, hundred and thirty five people are known to have died in the explosion thousands more have been injured and many more have lost their homes. Komo mosaic is an entrepreneur who lives and works in Beirut, and he's very good friend of the MONOCLE team. He joins us on the line from Beirut Hello Komo. Good morning by the Hello Calico I I wanted to to start, of course with maybe you painting a little bit of a of a picture for us We are of course. Yeah. Now well, over day into this aftermath of this blast of course, we've spent a lot of time in Beirut together over the years in good times and in bad. But what is the spirit of the city today? What's the spiritual sippy can be after you know I'm not going think immature I think everybody's so this mushroom blast you know. And someone course barrel Shema. So it's the second. Sousa search biggest love ever the over so. I don't know what can be. She would emergency mode on Tuesday nights of trying I. I was I drove from the mountains to within like half an hour which takes maybe two or three times more time. I was trending on the streets just to meet by partner who was wanted at the other end of the street. So I think first, they were completely under the show yesterday we were trying to. To suck leaning. Roberson. Understand who's alive was that was one bit and today is our survey after Sabang and trying to understand what happens and it's devestation. There's nobody people's there's not once the. Organism is doing anything. People are in this three hour cleaning the streets. They are helping people took years, their houses they are moving. To you know and. It's just keeping. Others today the. which talking to understand what happened it took us two days to understand I'm I'm curious to to understand also the psyche because you of course have been through so much as all Lebanese have the decades and of course, there have been there have been car bombs There have been of course, mass protests, and of course we know that Lebanon has been. Through a particularly difficult patch of of late and of course, this this happens I want to about the resilience of of the Lebanese spirit. Are you seeing that because I think we all often always agree that the Lebanese have to be the most resilient people in the world given all that they've they've been through but what what is the spirit like right now? I don't want to hear sort at all anymore I even pronounce foods are. You know I can't hear it anymore I don't think it is what it is just sort of you know we have no choice but to survive But to be able to survive, I'm not able to to say the word was arch to be able to survive your orders need a minimum of strength or. or in your hearts, which is fine. Doesn't exist at all anymore I. think it's like treaties trump and we cannot take all anymore. It's. It's you know. It's lot of. Destruction seeing all your life what would you know over and over again? In the weight it's like bombs tighter cannot be but this. Is. Where it had suspended for dinner is. Completely. Destroyed the trees in front of our issues on how can you get down? Of A tree it is beyond that you can you imagine just like. An on bump and since too much to go over. Where we don't have the choice where we're where you know we're looking at our wounds now. and. I jumped out of meeting where we're trying to set up a kitchen was censored. was the. Central Kitchen full dress project to start cooking for emergency. So we're just trying to get out now of success of the emergency and seeing what can be done and what we can do, what must be done, but it's really very, very, very difficult to scale beyond anything you can imagine. Kamal over the last forty, eight hours. Of course, we've heard a number of countries probably France what am I talking about AIDS and and of course, emergency intervention in the country are you already seeing signs of that? Are you seeing troops or support from from elsewhere already involved with recovery? You Emmanuel Macron. And votes French president arrived city. To visit. That city and president haven't even said a word of on. Anything have been on the grounds so as or nationally and metro is now on the ground just planted and bill, and then the number I cannot. I cannot reply to France and seventy support trump over. So we're you cannot believe what it is. It is overwhelming it's warming our hearts it's giving maybe this is the only thing thousand giving us hope sore going to go on. So, yes. That's about specific receptacle trump something as to moral. That's for specific projects about play you we need everybody. To be able to grow up Camilla's in Beirut we will look forward to, of course, speaking to and Komo hopefully also. Looking forward to coming up to Beirut to join you very soon
Kamala Harris advances as top contender for Biden's Vice President
"Kamala Harris ran for president of the United States she barely made an impression on American voters and because of that she ended up leaving the race relatively early but she may get back in if she becomes the vice presidential candidate Joe Biden now you've heard me tell you that I don't care what the polls are saying right now I mean the polls said that Hillary Clinton was going to be a major winner in twenty sixteen and they turned out to be terribly wrong well but the polls are saying the Joe Biden has a chance to win the presidency of course nothing is certain until the day after election day but Kamal Harris senator from California who is now they say the front runner to be Joe Biden's run image that's the one I cannot figure out she has some major problems her history as Attorney General in California is incredibly problematic especially for Joe Biden Joe Biden is getting confused about just about everything these days I mean if I started running every sound bite that show Joe Biden is confused about where he is and what he's talking about today he got into a Juneteenth controversy because he he thought he would go after Donald Trump saying will Donald trump's going to hold a rally on Juneteenth accepted turned out that the Donald Trump is doing no such thing it was just Joe Biden being more than a little bit confused and half the time half the time what is it appears in front of cameras you would think like I try to do I try to be at my best when I appear in front of you on a microphone I can't afford to be fumbling and bumbling and mumbling but that's exactly what Joe Biden is doing Kamali Harris has a different problem she has to try to figure out how to triangulate a position for herself that is somewhere slightly to the left but not too far to the left and she wants to straddle that divide the way it's being put the death of George Floyd in subsequent calls from progressives to de fund the police have put Harris who's a former prosecutor in a really tough position how she handles the issue of George Floyd over the next several weeks could determine whether or not Joe Biden decides to make her part of that twenty twenty presidential ticket Paris has been asked repeatedly in recent days whether she supports de funding the police well she's a former prosecutor she has responded by trying to clarify what police de funding means I'm not sure there is a universal answer
Seattle council begins ‘inquest’ of SPD budget amid call to defund police
"Several Seattle city council members have pledged to to de de fund fund the the police police department department Kamal's Kamal's met met mark mark which which spoke spoke with with chief chief Carmen Carmen best best from from council council members members for for to to take take money money from from the the police police department department and and beef beef up up social social housing housing and and social social services services treating the causes that could lead to police calls rather than investing in the police response the chief defended her department saying domestic violence rape shootings all need a professional response and you don't have to phone the police department to fund social programs we do need to have organized chain response for those issues that doesn't mean we don't care about people who are homeless mentally ill addicted they need the funding there too ultimately we expect elected to take care of public safety and public health and that's a request this welcome to head in July because the mayor is going to submit a revised budget and the council has to agree on this new budget so that's when the really hot debate about the funding of police were actually take place
New York - 1 Dead In Police-Involved Shooting In New Rochelle
"In new Rochelle a man who police say tried to shoot officers is dead this happened late last night after a traffic stop at potter Avenue and Pierce street authorities say twenty four year old Kamal flowers was a passenger in the car they got out and ran new Rochelle mayor no in Branson says police chase the officer became aware in his perception that Mr flowers had a gun the officer discharged his taser the taser was ineffective hi and the officer subsequently fired six shots one of which hit Mr flowers through the armpit and penetrated his heart police say they recovered skews me the nine millimeter Ruger and are still looking for the car with Virginia
Trump warns governors: let places of worship open this weekend
"Center we're getting a response from governor Jay Inslee's office after the president called on states across the country to allow churches to reopen this weekend Kamal's Charlie Harker has the story president trump says he's declaring churches synagogues mosques and other houses of worship the central the governors need to do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith to open right now for this weekend if they don't do it I will override the governor's in a written response the governor's spokesperson says they're working with religious leaders to find a way to reopen safely going on to say there is no order and we think he understands at this point he can't dictate what states can or cannot
Sixth confirmed Amazon employee dies from COVID-19
"Center and Amazon warehouse workers become the company's six confirmed deaths from cold at nineteen this comes as Amazon safety measures face increased scrutiny as we hear from Kamal score one Hey camas on confirms fifty nine year old warehouse employee George lead died from the corona virus more than a month ago he worked at the company's distribution center in Long Island in New York as we told you yesterday fifteen state attorneys general including Washington's Bob Ferguson
"kamal" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Free now though. I'm better times where I still deal with it. But it's very manageable. I'm getting better. The bodies amazing right and I live feel like I've been rebuilding my body I'm used to being very fit and healthy. Thankfully the surge. They went the second procedure that did now. They went in there and took a vein out of my leg like a big thick pipe. Put that in as a as a conduit so so at least they've because I was like. Don't make me go to the expressway. If I come out of this we know that artery is strong now. Yeah it's better than you like. Bavin made worse you and what's interesting is is is trying to divine the lesson in all of this right like we were joking for the podcast and like. I thought that I'd had I been tested. I kind of bent brought to my knees a couple times in my life and I felt like I'd learned the lessons and a moving in a good direction. I really need. I really need this to happen. Having I already had my wake up moment like why this now I'll be honest man. This this brought me to my knees in a way I've never have I struggle at times. It's like almost left. Why am I here? I don str- especially when you're paying your mind. Goes there right I I'm still struggling with it and I'm so grateful that so I turn in the final final mask of this book. I think the week before I went into surgery right and and now this book comes out and this is a book. I so care about You know all I have such an obligation to the readers you know who e mails me and who gave me the cushions that to put this out to the world that that's the thing I get up for like that's why garnered a plane and came to L. A. To See you is to share this book you know. It's it's like a game myself this gift before going to experience. I don't know if I had didn't have this book I would have done Honestly it's it's it's something that's bigger than me. That's more important than me. That will make me get on that plane. When if I'm feeling pain I will get on a pan. Come and share the book that that's been a great gift. I don't know where I'd be if I didn't have it. And secondly because have the book I read it right and and sometimes you know I wrote this for myself and and so so. There are moments in life where it's a practice like this literally. Just make you survive in sometimes. That's all you can do you justice. It's it's very interesting. That's something I just realized the day because I've been beating myself up for for being like closed off from everybody and just been curl up in pain as I do to your your survival mode. Yeah it's okay. Nobody's expecting going on the show circuit. You just got out of the hospital like hospital in October but you know I couldn't wait to get out was the first one they said you might be out. I was like these things worst place to be. If you're not feeling well is a hospital really has be worse. Place on the planet All your dignity is gone. You've been poke and prod twenty four seven you know and just and that's a lot of the germs are anyway but it's interesting that after all of this you're still beating yourself up measuring yourself against some standard that that nobody else is applying to you. Well I have to do the self forgiveness practice again Dona. Yeah we all yeah. That's that's an interesting thing. I'm realizing that I need to do some of this stuff that more that practice more often than I thought you know. I'm learning this stuff myself. You know. I'm still evolving it myself and it's it's very interesting. I've had to go back to a very different way and neither I'm getting better. I'm very curious to see what the effects of still doing it will be. Yeah and I think there is. There is a deeper lesson and what you just experienced. I think you just need time and distance from it before that becomes evident or clear but I think I think more will be revealed. I think that's something will come out of that. That will that you will then realize is an opportunity. I hope so you know I was. I believe he goes for something. There's a the something good that a gift that comes out of it but it's up to us to find that gift right. I mean one of the things you talk about. Is this idea of of inverting. The idea that things are happening to you and looking at it from the perspective of you happening two things or maybe even another corollary to that is things are happening for you. Yeah that one's been hard for this experience Maybe might be who had become because of it in a WHO had choose to be as I rebuild myself who I become. We'll see yeah why. I can't imagine that you came out of it and you must have come out of this thinking. Life is even more precious than I real- previously appreciated and that time is short. And we don't know how long we're GONNA be here and if you have a message that you feel strongly about like now is the time to give your all to what is most important to you. Yeah I mean. I'm lucky I have it. You know but but putting this book out It's interesting to think about precious some of those It's weird Because time still goes by slips by and find you know we fall back into her way of living which is just like often wasting time The mind is very interesting. How quickly forget lessons and one has to be reminded what I'd like to do is I'd like to remind myself feeling just feeling life feeling blessed by life sometimes because I have to look at that being surviving. The matter what I've enter is a blessing. There has to be a blessing in there. What does that look like like? What is the actual practice? So I do the same thing as I do with the temperature except now the light becomes blessings that I like that. It's so simple impractical. It's not there's not a lot you know in the book. There's no window dressing around anything. Wu. It's like this is I did feel so much better. And here's how you do. It will take you five minutes. You know I get a lot of emails from people. Say like what made them use? The book made them share. It was the fact they could tell the guy. Just a dude rotator did it. Yeah Yeah I listened to the podcast that you did with Jonathan Fields. And he he put he put the question to you. Given that you had had an interest in in in fiction writing like why not make this parable this book rather than making it. A practical primer tell doing some storytelling in fiction setting. I don't remember what I said to him. But what comes to mind now is because for something like this is just the simple truth straight to the fact. This works this works. This is what to do. I think what you also said to him. Was that that it's the honesty like the personal honesty and accountability was. What in your in. Your belief was was what made it connect with people. Yeah it's amazing people. Readers are wonderful you know just how they reach out they give you more than you give me and I feel like you give so. Are you still like a Silicon Valley? You live in San Francisco right but are you still. I'm missy and all that or are you just full on where you are. You're in New York okay. Yeah there's a long flight to come see. I came from San Francisco. I didn't realize wow fly. Blue Cross country totally word. Thank you know I run a VC firm? That I built on my own after I had lost everything. I rebuilt myself and saw invest in tech startups and The writings what I realize what I'm putting this planet for. That's that's the thing that I wanNA leave behind right. You know these books But Yeah I enjoy. I love working with like advise. Some companies invest in companies. It keeps that part of my brain active. You know and and I actually enjoy it you you know you get to work with people building the future it's fun. Yeah I gotta write about what just happened to you. Think so. Yeah but I don't have A. There's no lesson there. Well maybe it's not. It's not yet time to write about it but at some point I think there will be a lot that comes out of that and like I said earlier I think I think it will be revealed to you but at some point you're Gonna. I think it's going to be important that you're right about that. Okay thank you. What else are you working on? That's the thing that's one thing. I'm struggling nothing of tried writing. And there's nothing that's coming out that's inspiring me right. You know you're in. You're just station period some reading a lot. I've been reading a lot of physics and quantum physics and just diagnose the rabbit hole of neutrality is interesting. Yeah just like okay. Look at look at Stephen Hawking's paper and this and that. What is the smart guys? The release is their interpretation of reality. I've been really fascinated by that. Were just kind of like feeding curiosity about these things. Is there an approach that you take towards trying to decide what to read or is it just your muse? As my muses the Internet's there's rabbit holes Read it is amazing. You can find expert and everything or someone who thinks they're an expert and everything and I'm also working on okay. What is my. What is the practical philosophy of life? I WanNa live by after all again give been through. What is something that that I can actually live and this is the philosophy have been working on practically and I'm not suggesting this twenty one so I don't please. Don't send me emails about you. Know the flaws in it is literally something I'm trying to do. Which is I am the cause of everything in my life because when I do that. It's all personal responsibility. There's no victim. There's no there's no feeling sorry for myself as only choice everything that has happened in my life because look the nature of reality. If you really bringing down is that there is no reality. Show is but then there's this whole three dimensional thing. There's more to this game than that. I'm with we know that So then okay. If that's the case you talk to my wife. She's awesome by the police. People offer her cheese. It's out of this world. I mean you know. She's she's functioning on in in multiple reality simultaneously. I think but go ahead. Yeah I've been thinking like look what but how do I mild thing? How practically live something? I don't WanNa just theory. I WANNA be better because of sound like look if there's this underlying layer and somehow I'm part of him connected us like consciousness. Let's say it's all consciousness and that's the ocean. I'm just waving the ocean. That blip comes and goes almost the way we almost went puts the always still in the ocean right. What is the way I can live? That somehow almost frees me but also gives me forward momentum because if it's obvious choice it's in your control so I am the cause of everything I've been actually look. I'm the cause of that experience. The surgery on the cause of good things happening to me. I'm the cause of bad things happen on the cause of it all. So what do I do so? That's a personal philosophy. I've been kind of working on myself and just mentally do it. Where everything I go through? I am the cause of this. Not that I I made you appear to thin air in ritual but like Mike Experience of light. No I get that I mean. I think it's a it's a spiritual bent on a on a very goggin. Ask Idea. Oh yeah just sort of unbridled absolute responsibility for everything in your life and I never never blaming anyone and I think when you're when you're of that mindset and you approach and navigate life in that way it's impossible to be victim right because if you're taking responsibility for everything that happens to you good or bad or taking responsibility and ownership for you know every conflict that you find yourself and then you become an actor rather than a reactor you become the hero rather than the victim and you're presented with opportunity rather than Dead Ends I think you know and I'll tell you it's not easy to live this in your head because a mind rebels. The mind wants to find 'cause outside yourself shirts hold who who does want right. You know so. It's almost like little mental training. I'm doing for myself. So that's kind of like a new thing. I'm working on some welcome to Kamal's world right. Well no I think I think that that's I mean that's A. It's a harder thing. I think to practice then repeating. I love myself doing the mirror work. You know because it's it gets harder and and I found and this is you know for me. It always goes back to twelve step. That's another thing. I learned that like even when I find myself in a conflict. Where with somebody else where? It's clear that I've been wronged and everybody that I talked to about this thing. We'll all agree with me that I am the victim. This person wronged me. There's no gray area here always always. If I'm honest with myself I can find my part in in how that situation that dynamic was created and I think taking ownership of that allows you to transcend that victim mentality and also provides the opportunity for self forgiveness.
"kamal" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"So I. I started about Kamal by way of his frequent appearances on our mutual and beloved friend. James All teachers podcast and I can't quite put my finger on it but it was just something really compelling about this guy that left me wanting to know more about him so I got a hold of his book. Love yourself like your life depends on it. And here's the thick. I'm all about spiritual and emotional growth but I also have a pretty deep profound aversion to Schlocky self-help and despite my many fears insecurities my profound imposter syndrome by people pleasing tendencies. Actually never thought I had much of an issue with self love so freely admit to a little bit of initial skepticism about this book but I have to say that it really ignited something in me. It's simple it's very straightforward but also profound in its simplicity. I suppose and it's led me to this realization that I actually still harbor a lot of unhealed wounds and it sets forth all these practices that I found not just helpful but actually transformative in many ways so today we unpack the hero's journey of Kamal. Ravikant it's conversation about his trials and triumphs his divine moment the path of self-discovery that followed and the near death experience that he recently survived. It's about how he learned love himself the simple routine he deploys to maintain it and why this practice is essential to living in examined self actualized life of presence and purpose and contaminant for the STOIC skeptics. Out there who are listening I implore you to set aside whatever creeping resistance. You may be feeling right now and really give this one a shot with an open mind and an open heart. Final no was recorded pre pandemic so there is no mention of corona virus but nonetheless conversation packed with timeless wisdom. That I think you're gonNA find very helpful in this unique moment. Kamal's vulnerability is refreshing. I love this conversation. I'm enjoying my newfound friendship with him. And I really hope that this surf you.
"kamal" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Today during the governor Kamal I'm governor and you're not briefing seven he is thinking about allowing now elective surgeries he will allow what yeah how nice of him but but did she will now elected for your doctor you know your doctor going the way screw you it's under governor Cuomo after consultation with president trump if you can get enough money to give the hospital to do the surgery I got a note that I got to read on my golf buddies I can tell they're getting antsy out there they're getting really antsy you're starting to sound a note Hey I think it's going to be so in Russia are you ready maybe in a couple of weeks and I got a note today from one a missile you know what we may be able to get out there in the first week in may if the government allows and I wrote it that triggered me yeah the government allows I look at it we are seventy year old people and it's a so we do not know what's in our own best interest as a soon to be able to run our club do not know how to run their club do not know how to keep their own members best of no we he said calm down I said no you'll get rid of this attitude oh wow when the government allows us to go play golf that's what's wrong with it what no anyway I'm a woman's health issues now between a woman and a government you're just trying to start up out there with that question in a larger doing it used to be in a woman's health issues were between her and her doctor London Hearn Planned Parenthood whatever hurt her and her doctor now the doctors got into further governor Cuomo whether only allow it get this get this as governor Cuomo's I'm governor in your not briefing today a reporter asked him what he would say to new Yorkers who want to go back to work because they're running out of money he said the economic hardship does not equal death meaning what do you what you want to die or do you want to be poor you want to be you want to dire you want to be hungry economic hardship doesn't equal death that might not but then he wasn't finished there's another sentence to what he said if you're gonna if you want to go to work go get a job as an essential worker well no never suffered economic hardships in his life never not personal economic hardship so economic hardship doesn't equal death very hot there you folks that's their attitude everybody in favor of the shut down you're losing your business you're losing your job feel grateful that you're not dead be grateful you haven't died we have saved you and if you really want to go to work then go get a job as an essential worker meaning whatever you were doing before this is chump change to us.
Detainees in US immigration jails living in fear as coronavirus spreads
"I wanted to get this show out today because I just got off the phone with Lorena Qudos out of Mississippi who is an immigrant rights activists. We recently published some news coming out of Louisiana Private Immigration Detention Center that Laurynas Organization called attention to and I wanted to connect with her the Afon to check in on what is happening in Mississippi and Louisiana during the nineteen crisis. If you're in the thick fan Lorena was on the show with us live from Mississippi in February and so I just gave her a ring. And here's what we talked about. Hey thank you so much for being unlucky. No rebels radio with me. Thank you for having me so I wanted to reach out to you. Know we just connected like even like less than a month ago. Right in the thick in Jackson so Spin on you've quickly Yeah but in the middle of all this before we talk a little bit about the work that you're doing Right now how is Mississippi? In general How the mood out there during the during the global pandemic well right now with. What's your feeling is a lot of concern We're in Jackson Mississippi And It we are excited that the mayor's taking action to but the rest of Mississippi is pretty much running Normal especially the Gulf coast with many restaurants open and Being so close to the water we hearing exploding daily so concerned Yeah and our the our immigrant communities that you you serve in In Mississippi how are they? Are they getting the information or they? How's that going? Yeah so he feels some sort of infrastructure we have communications and have the comedian's going strong and has been able to really provide information. I've seen as as we were able to to to define what was going on. So we're trying to interpret translate whatever we get from the CDC. Try to clear each easier to understand. And when I don't share that social media we've created looks Different message services over the phone that we're trying we do here sometimes. People don't realize if I it's as the gravity of the situation But we're trying and right now we're working on developing sound videos in shoe and Imam That have more than interfaces so that people can pay attention to what's going on but there is a lot of concern because they've already depleted and resources so our families could not stuck up right. They have anything to with. No they're just GONNA. I'm very very small amount of resources. And we're trying to create a different fun to be able to Helping your also focusing on the other side of this crisis. That is to be honest with you. It's not getting as much attention. And then it has to do with immigrants attention centers particularly in Louisiana. Where it's now great safe to say that we've unit GONNA be another you know not if it's not already so can you tell me a little bit of the context of what happened this this week. in why we're talking right now Yeah so we so we Have a call to action to them. All the united other Southern organizations and Louisiana particularly working with immigrant community Lisa out oppression me the mandate that I Free are people that were in detention and also United with the movement here in just fifty two free Folks in the jails so we sent out a press release. We both reached out to congressman. Benny Thompson who was the chant. Home Security Committee or asking him to publicly. Ask for these folks so he has agreed to a conversation with us. So that's tending for Lundy Terrible. There's particular one that we share the recording of s Beliefs on one of the male detainees in Louisiana upper corner. You Cleveland Apple Towel again. Even through the veto if you take it again going on though while the woman kindly wannabe panel this. You need big game on to winter. They won't believe me. That's about all the topic on way down the alley in downtown Seattle media buying them. I don't you come home. And then not only Audi that a major Yom Lucchino. Thanks for the help. My Album Light Reno Navy to gay big data can only get thirty dollars. A good idea to pay quitting loosely. Kamal can lead equiment even only monkey and won't get get older woman. I go see them on Sola. It'll be Audi dark. You think the last thing they will get into the Marine. Go get him waking. You only think that believe. Showman Noah Anthony Quainton. What you're saying what keying into. Saint Blind Mehta. Can you hear a little bit more about what you're hearing from these From these individuals who are are incarcerated right now and immigrant detention centers and just want the private facility. Correct from what I can share more about what you're hearing the stories Because I know it was so powerful to hear There's a humanity going on here and then and back to me is just be missed in this crisis And so I have visited essential myself when you first come in. And you know it's a brand new looking space but when you And of course we accept patients We certainly Here from Folks that are in detention center is how horrible. The conditions are The fact that they are already mistreated by the officers. But very unsanitary conditions They don't have soap They have to beg for Wendy. Do out of Asia You know the soap shampoo They actually have organized a time for them to clean themselves and they are not because tendency there. Several people that actually have Chronic lung problems and Heart problems and they are terrified. You know because you have people that are coming in from outside constantly and then they'll also transferred people from other detention centres. Dan You know the movement in and out and it's about to happen and time bomb right now and that's that's what people are worried. They're terrified now. We have a hunger strike. Because they're they feel desperate feeling. This is the only way that able get some
"kamal" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
"If anyone wants to get healthy they can. And it's pretty easy consistency. We do that. But how often do we take our mind consistently every day? I'M GONNA take care my mind and I mind is what runs the whole damn show. I've worn droop. Wrote here hosted the Berkman podcast and today's episode. We're talking with author. Kamal Robbie conduct all on the topic of how to love yourself like your life depends on it because it does fascinating interview. Stay to welcome to the broken brain. Podcast where we dive deep and then the topics of neural plasticity epigenetics mindfulness functional medicine and mindset.
Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It with Kamal Ravikant
"If anyone wants to get healthy they can. And it's pretty easy consistency. We do that. But how often do we take our mind consistently every day? I'M GONNA take care my mind and I mind is what runs the whole damn show. I've worn droop. Wrote here hosted the Berkman podcast and today's episode. We're talking with author. Kamal Robbie conduct all on the topic of how to love yourself like your life depends on it because it does fascinating interview. Stay to welcome to the broken brain. Podcast where we dive deep and then the topics of neural plasticity epigenetics mindfulness functional medicine and mindset all with the goal of helping. You understand how your brain is not broken. I'm drew PRUITT and each week. My team and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Kamal. Ravi Gump Kamal is the author of love. Yourself like your life depends on it. He's meditated with monks in Himalayas. We got to hear about that served as a army. Infantry soldier and Co founded several companies and venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. Come all. I've been looking forward to this interview. Thanks for coming on the PODCAST. Thanks for having me man. I kick off with a quote that I came across years ago and I just thought perfect when I was giving your book by Gideon Gideon while Harper Winer. Yeah When he had mentioned you and then another mutual friend mentioned it and I started flipping through the book. I thought of this quote by CS Lewis. Success hardships prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary life interesting. That's going and while he was a wise man he was a wise man so I want to kick it off by starting from the beginning. You Open Up Your Book and you talk about in two thousand eleven. The company that you spent three years of your life building and all of your money went under set the stage for us at the beginning. Okay so the the genus. This book is actually. This is not a book. Set out to write. You know that people like I'm going to write this book. This was never a book to write. It came out of an experience. That was very transformative for me where I've been in Silicon Valley building startups building companies at Dunwell and the last company. I was building At self-funded if over three and a half years and then took on funding. Because I'd run out of money you know. Billing tech companies not cheap right for for years and And the whole thing blew up and I lost everything you know which in hindsight you you remember. I remember now. Look Ninety something percent star tech startups fail but when is yours and all your money you ego your personality is self worth all of us wrapped up in it. I I it. Blew up on with it and and I was in a really dark place and you know the other things happening in life to at the time it was almost like we had like Salami. I'll just happened at the same time and I was in a very dark place in one night. I just was like okay. I can't do this anymore. I gotta get out of this place or die trying. I cannot be here and and it was like this this intense moment of like saying. I can't do this anymore. Can't be here anymore in this place. This does this darkness depression. Whatever you WANNA call it and I walked over to my journal and my on my desk and I wrote down something to myself I and I you know you should write notes to myself but this this time. Something from somewhere deep I wrote a vow to myself and it was a vow Listen the book You know I'm GonNa Paraphrase but it was avowed alum myself and I don't know where that came from. I wasn't sitting on thinking you know what I need. Another makeup news failed. I need to love myself that I wasn't thinking that at all. I don't know whether we came from like somewhere. Deep Right. It was like one of those pure moments of life. We just come through something deep. I did recognize that. And it was a vow as a full on commitment to myself. And so I'm a big believer keeping your commitments that you made from the heart and this was a pure from the heart to myself and so I had to keep it except I didn't know how and said okay. I'm GonNa work on this. I started because I nothing else to do. My Company of failed. I lost everything of living credit cards and I was trying to figure out what to do next and so I just started like trying things in my head because that's the only thing I control the only control I really had was if I was if I was not happy verbs in my mind the only control ahead was will work on my mind as I started. Just do things to my mind and started trying things and I found. Things are starting to make me shift to make me feel better. And if they worked I went deeper if it stopped working through. I didn't care all I wanted was one result was to get out of this place and so avoid by following that almost like a decision tree of things that are working out working and going deeper deeper. I came up with like a simple practice doing every day and I was just getting better and better. Better my take a better in my life started getting better and this didn't take long. It took weeks if most right and it was it was. I'd never ever knew that was possible to go from that kind of darkness to like almost like light. And so you know it's like when you discover something in life that's really transformative. The next thing. Is you become like newly converted your friends. Who are going through stuff. I would tell them like Lara Dude. Like don't worry. I figured out here I would write little things because while I'll be building companies in Silicon Valley. I'd also been training myself to write literary fiction. I wanted to be write novels right. So I've done the ten thousand hours. I knew how to write someone. Just right up little things and sent to them like little almost a couple of word a couple of pages worth like. Here's what I did. Here's what I went through here. Do this right. I would do this for friends and because it gets tiring having to explain again again because people ask questions adding them again. It gets here. Let me just write it that I could share the same people. I mean different people and it started it worked for them because it's like a simple simple stuff. There's nothing complicated. Have to stand on your head and scratch your. You know like do anything to say. Just little stuff you're doing inside your head beer. And they had all the time any day she'll things that when and we'll get to all that and we'll break it all down but foundational things. That seem so simple that we often overlook. Well look ultimately. If you look at anything in life you look at Art. You look at writing. You look at Physics math anything. Simplicity's where it's all the if the closer to break it down to the basics the very very fundamental basics and simplicity is transformation happens you know especially for us as human beings. We don't need to know complicated stuff. We will not practice it. We need simple stuff that we can do consistently and I was talking with every time. I ritual you know talking yesterday and like was the Diet Best Diet I think the best I can keep consistently was the best fitness program. The one that you can keep consistently you know not the one that you do once a month you know and same thing with the mind. What is the best way for mindset the simplest most effective that you can do consistently and I was in a place where all I wanted was results? I didn't care about theory. I didn't care about Does it make me feel half better. I just wanted to get out over was right so I wanNA come back to your story because a company failing isn't event right and even the word failure is our story on it like you wanted anyway. I was totally in that story right. You're in that story. So you talked about this valley that you made to love yourself but let's go back and set the stage a little better. Because I think that a lot of listeners our podcast might be able to identify it. Identify with it. So what were you doing? You had a situation. You had an intended outcome. It didn't work out. It wasn't what you wanted. But what was the story that you created around it? And where were you at that time that you were doing the opposite of loving yourself while? I was a typical Entrepreneur story in the sense. Like look I didn't take even a Sunday off over three and a half years I think no near the end. My team convinced mutate. Start taking Sunday's off right. I was so obsessed. I was going to pull this off. My entire sense of self was wrapped up. All my money was wrapped up in it and it was coming close to be successful. So my ego was wrapped up in it I WANNA blew up. You know I I took it personally. You know which which is normal. But it's also kind of silly because I gave it my all. You know it's not like a didn't work my butt off you know But it was like the whole story of failure and also I was just. I was worn out. I was sick There are other things happening my life that would result just like a cascade effect of just being bottom and one of the things. I tell people as like look. Don't cut got caught up in my story in a it's a human thing hitting bottom is hitting bottom. People know what that is. You can be living in a in a in a Bedouin. Tent in the middle of the desert understand. What like feeling bad is like we're paying bottom doesn't mean that you have to have built a company to hit bottom should universal humane human. The human you know fear love pain joy these things these are all fundamental human constructs right so and that are all relative to your circumstances just like you said you don't have to be a founder now could be trying to do something for your kid's school well. You could have anything life. A BREAK-UP HAPPEN YAM breakup. Great for gave making your head bottom tastic. I'm poster child for those you know like I it's it's a very human thing but also rising is also very human
"kamal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Level on the go the numbers increased thirty two in cloudy on child Kamal in his what's trending eleven oh three so far according to the Indiana state department of health no one else in Indiana has died from the corona virus that number still stands at three as of today eight hundred and thirty three Hoosiers have been tested a hundred and twenty six people have tested positive for the corona virus thirty four counties have been affected with forty six cases here in Marion County your mailbox could have a twelve hundred dollar check in it if the bill passes Congress Chris Davis reports that bill is not final based on your two thousand eighteen tax returns congressman Jim banks in a Facebook town hall Friday morning from his office in fort Wayne very couples with twenty four hundred dollars and they may be less than a hundred fifty thousand dollars ninety five filing jointly he says if you're concerned about the money how it would be paid back and what's in the bill you should call senators Mike Braun or Todd young the Senate has to pass it before it gets back to the house for banks and colleagues to look at he hasn't committed to a vote either way Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news and Elwood woman is in jail in connection to her baby's homicide on Tuesday eleven month old Emory Pablo's death was ruled a homicide on Friday the cause of death was blunt force injuries to the head strangulation and suffocation the investigation into her death began on Tuesday during the investigation the baby's mother twenty two year old Anna Maria Pablo kept changing her story she is in the Madison County detention center as of Friday it's ten oh four here's your forecast in the American standard heating weather center for space because we have partly sunny a chilly day high temps right around forty degrees for tonight partly cloudy and cold the overnight low twenty eight and on Sunday becoming cloudy light rain is likely during the afternoon in Sunday's high temperature right around forty three ninety three WIBC I'm stormtrack H. radiology and I'm Celica Balin on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One moment rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of America everyday low prices what's in your wallet Capital One U. S. A. N. A. delivery you loading up on things from Walmart I use my new Capital One moment awards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart on mine on top of America everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One N. A. R. Berger dot com and telling Tony got sent you just really the only price I would choose to go do you Robert good morning well number three of Saturday's home and garden program brunch in part by the machines corporation construct renovate restore its missiles I think this shows flying by but then our number three thanks where live by quickly when I'm with you as a compliment Ellison I think it's sarcasm fair enough no I thought I thought the show was flown by yeah yes many times the first two hours and then our number three they were bar buddy Brian Kircher yeah so I said you probably have already heard his rant he goes yes I heard him I was driving to Reynolds to get some parts to work on my tractor for the farm so I can plant a crop to feed him something other than dandelion.
Italy calls in military to enforce coronavirus lockdown as 627 people die in 24 hours
"Trump says he still doesn't think a national lockdown will be necessary not so in Italy though where officials in the northern region of Lombardi say they plan to deploy the army to enforce a lock down to slow the spread of the virus NPR Sylvia virtually reports Italy's death toll has now topped four thousand a decline in new cases is not expected until the end of next week Lombardy officials say too many people are still on the streets without justification and they want even tighter restrictions in worst hit bad go north east of the land there are so many deaths the government sent the army into pick up coffins piling up and take them to crematoriums in other towns along with Italian volunteers a group of Chinese doctors has arrived in bed Kamal Cuban doctors who work in Africa during the Ebola outbreak are going to the town of Kramer and American doctors from an evangelical association will go to Cremona yet another town in Lombardy so people Juli N. P. R. news
Thiem beats Zverev to reach 1st Australian Open final
"Dominique team of Austria one of the rising young stars of tennis he's now in his third grand slam final in just about a year he lost the last two grand slam finals in Paris to Rafael Nadal the now is in the final of the Australian Open beat Alexander Zverev three six six four seven six seven six this morning team and Djokovic in Sunday's final in Melbourne some believe I was twice in the wrong girls finals twice I was facing Rafa who on the stone big than ten times and lost here eleven times and non facing over here he's the king of Australia on a seven vinyl zero thing Kamal's than than any other man so I'm always facing the kings of this whole thing with slam in a
"kamal" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"Like a project on the outside of different image. But worse as you can tell someone who's got the love inside at Steph. You can just tell you know yeah I remember it. I was reading a book from Tibet. Mark I wish I could remember who it was but I can't. We sang that A lot of words in the West have been corrupted. I just Kinda referenced that a little bit earlier with the mantra. The Mantra and meditation is another one. The word meditation has kind of been corrupted in the West. Like it doesn't mean anything really to anybody except for some sort of collection election practices. You know you put on your muser space in your meditating and I had a very different view on that but I think love falls into this category to the word love. The love itself at the word. Love has been corrupted in a sense for males. It's like itchy. You know. Yeah it's not something that males are supposed to even express and they don't really know how to know if they're feeling it right and And is not something you can really express in the workplace and I was just been corrupted but I think it is the basic universal foundational energy of God right of of universal intelligence in so insert. Whatever definition you want right of love? The word love doesn't work for you. It's the intention behind the The energy that you're invoking I think right do agree In one of the things I've talked about like you got to make yourself feel the feeling create the feelings inside you and I sean how to do it. But it's ultimately it's a feeling it's a way of being and when you in you know it you know it because all mistaken taken yeah. There's no mistaking if you know like if you're in a baby you've been wired for it. You know it. Just fundamentally wired for this and and but you have to write. The words have been corrupted updated. And it's you know especially when you write a book you gotTa be like okay. What worse to a use it actually get through to the purge person reading An yeah you absolutely same tation and all this. And it's fundamentally just. How would you describe meditation? Well I can. I consider mental mental practices to have a a very personal and what works for one person doesn't work for another because there have different developmental levels different kind of energetic states that need to be addressed and different states of mind. And so I look at meditation as as shoes in the West is a is a toolkit right and so then the the skillful use of those tools is what's really important and each the the tools themselves have different names so we use name such as as you know breath control training and that's really going to address your physiology and the The frequency of your Electromagnetic pulses else in your brain like Alpha Beta gamma that type of stuff. And it's the bridge between kind of the physical and the mental and so we start with the physiology and get your body kind of distressed and you know the Arousa controls the way the seals recall that through breath control and a lot of people think breath control meditation. But no it's breath control. Then the next step is kind of that. You mentioned the term monkey mind is like a lot of people fail meditation because they sit down and they think right and they're thinking from their rational mind and they don't know how to get out of that and it's not helping them right actually obsessing and fell. That's not meditation either. That's thinking and so the next thing to do and I learned this through Zan which is like boot camp for. Meditation is to learn how to concentrate like narrow your focus to one thing then learn how to hold your focus on that one thing for extended periods.
"kamal" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"The man you're real you create something special last. And that's what I've I learned metric imminent building products of companies. It's it's pretty obvious decrees. Hey folks this is mark the divine welcome back to unbeatable mind podcasts. Thanks so much being here as you know I appreciate your time very much and I know also that you have one thousand and one things vying for your attention to the fact that you're here listening to this speaks volumes. I'm very grateful today's show is. It's GonNa be unlike many others do. I've gotTA guess name. Kamal Robin cont arrives relics. Okay and and I'm actually not going to tell you about him until I get done with my little book plug so my books during on the wolf which is is about emotionally mature or authentic leadership and how we've got a stared on our wolf of fear in overcome our shadow elements that trip us up and hold all this back in order to really build. Elite teams is all about that connection a deep connection of trust and respect and also the the fact that your teams and your work environment are your best opportunity for growth where most of the growth occurs. Why not like lean into that and use it it as a opportunity to grow and involve yourself and your team so the organization can evolve? So I imagine we're going to talk a little bit about some of that with Kamal but my book is coming out March second. So it's a little bit in the distance but that means you get the pre-order it in the website staring on the Wolf Dot Com preorder page and you know as we tend to do with these things. We have all sorts of cool little offers for you if you WANNA buy in bulk or if you WanNa.
"kamal" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Lincoln show notes. Now when when you go through that and then you show up and you describe sort of this group of people. Many of whom profoundly different worldviews years isn't histories and backgrounds for you. I mean it's interesting because I am one of my curiosity is always when you go through an experience like that and then and then and observing and not by choice but because of the structures around you're in the environment like this becomes your core group of people to whom which you belong With you want to or not you know how how that sense of an even at a young age like whether you had an awareness of Like we showed a really different. And we've just been through this thing together and and was there a sense of being able to see and experience more of what makes you the same than difference after that. I don't know if you thinking of those terms in it but you know use each other's humanity and there and you know it wasn't a platoon like let's say you have you know like say forty people. You have your cliques. You'll have your groups form there and all that you know it's just like it's it's just human nature and And once you get a certain size group you'll have smaller groups within it But yeah you get A to basically get over your your you know to fly combat where your differences and just be. Because you're all in it together you know and you'll have of your spouse bats and not getting along but in you still together and so they used to watching each other in. I think the and then once you're in a unit it's even better once you're in a unit. Then you're in Michigan you you're now soldiers. You almost like you over to each other to be better. I think boot camp is more of a rougher for a year like you know you're transitioning from the concept of. I'm different your different to like. We're all army basically beats the individuality out of Hugh which is which is a very interesting experience We'll especially for somebody who you look at. You know the way. Describe your life up till then then from the outside looking if you look at a lot of the way you've lived your life your don't life. There's a really fierce nonconformist streak in there. Yeah Yeah Yeah there. There really is Others goes looking back. Alba's goes you know as a follow my own way and and I remember if someone wants asking me like how do I get to where you are like. Just don't know what you're doing. Just go for whatever like intrigues. You literally follow that and eventually ended up here now. Where were you deployed? After that or now I was I was in in a unit and Now we never. I was in the Tenth Mountain and that time. We weren't deployed deployed anywhere. So your next move after. That then was at the college back to school but now I went to a small private university I wanted to. I wanted to go be challenged again so so I went to a much smaller much harder school and University of Rochester and upstate New York the great school. Yeah From there straight out to Silicon Valley. No I Without I was going to be I wanNA be a doctor. I that was near the end of college. Decided I had to Greg. Comics mix in Dallas. Last second decide wanted to biology so I got off and got a degree in biology and worked in emergency departments and thought it was going to be a doctor but was the why why. Why adopter very simple? I walked into this room for the lawyers once recruiting and Echo. I thought it was GONNA corporate law. Don't asked me why I seem like the thing to do for someone who didn't know what they wanted to do. Talking to a long we covering lawyers and I remember after an hour walking out saying I. I don't want to be one of these people like and so I was like what do I do now and also I found. I saw that all my friends who were doing pre med had meaning. They felt meeting. They were on something. There was some there were some. They had some some sort of meaning so look more more into. I want this as I went that route and I did my premed and I took the cats and all that and also ended up like just back around the wolf for about a year and I came back and I started writing and a foul of it writing. It was like and I was reading garbage. You know just complete garbage at the time as we all do starring and I remember what what saved me was that's been six months upstate New York in the winter writing a novel and it was so promise after six months finish of Don and I was at a at a bookstore and I picked up. You know when they had the tables was there and just randomly picked up. Hemingway's farewell to arms. And I hadn't really read Hemingway since high school right and really care for Hemingway and then now just finished writing six a now. Six months was very proud of myself. Pickup Hemingway and I opened the first page starting the first paragraph and I started crying literally in the bookstore crying because I realized what real in writing was and I just spent six months writing a pile of garbage and but a showed me where I had to go. Give me a mark. Like look there's Masters Astor's of the craft out there and have to study them and and I have to get there because if you're going to tell the story you've got another craft you can only have talent talent only get you so far in the and this all craft in anything and so started like just teaching myself to write and still valley happening dotcom boom was happening and my younger brother had moved out there and was was being written up in the New York Times and and he said like what are you doing out you know in in upstate. New York freezing using he said come out here. Is the goal rush creating the future. I thought about it I was like well. Let's pretty hard to hard to say. No to dislike early nineties late nineties late mid mid late nights and So they can be the DOT com boom. Yeah the first DOT COM right it. It was just making stuff up and going public on it and I remember I was at the gym and I was trying to figure out if I should go. And I'm starting guy and he and I was telling me it looked at me goes Kamal Leap and the net will appear and I thought about it leap and the net will appear. And so when I'm at bought a one way ticket sold everything I owned and moved Out there and gone to start if they started billing startups. So how do you go from medicine. In the name of meaning to writing going to be on tell stories to startups. I mean just I mean I. I know that you're like okay gun in a plane. You did this but psychologically how do you flip lipped switch. Because it's a profoundly different choice. All I thought the medicine. I was going to still go to med school. I was just taking a I wanted to explore these other things before school. Got It. So it'll just on hold for and it was on hold and writing was while I'm GonNa do it regardless I discovered something that I really cared about books on my refuge whenever the child a always loved books and we also have right you know and be able to write something was something was was I instill as the most amazing zing feeling in the world when you write something you know you've nailed it right and also was something that I just cared enough about that. I knew I just would do it. No matter what there was no so there was no paid anything for it was just me doing it for myself right. That was really myself and startups was like this kind of got there and I fell into it because at that time. No one had done this before so it was basically you make it up as he went along at one thing I realized very quickly for someone like myself of what I thought my weakness is my. I thought you nice to be myself because I too many interests medicine WANNA writing an army. Do this do that. And all this you know whereas whereas like why am I not just focus on one thing and when I got into startups it was like I was the perfect person for building startups because I would just chomping anything. Whatever need to get done they start calling me the Candu kid to send Kamal at it? He'll figure it out because that's what it was I'll figure it out because it was just. How do you monetize the Internet one hundred no? Let's figure it out. How do you how do you do this? How do you get more? Customers aren't no. Let's figure it out so it was what I thought was my weakness. All my life growing up actually turned out to be my greatest strength in that particular vertical. I was which was a huge lesson from your life. It was like you know I think you. Weaknesses are maybe weakness in particular format in a particular field but shifted a different field. And you are the Rockstar Yemen. It sounds like also that you take your fears need for individuality and nonconformity you bundle that with the work. Work Ethic instilled in military training and then the knowledge that you can do brutally hard things. And that's fundamentally the star world. Yeah Yeah it's actually really interesting because back then. No one knew what they were doing. That was just throwing things at the wall and making going public with that. It was really very when you look back. It was really silly is completely silly. You know it was a it was a blip in time but man with training I got and then once I once I was a startup. Absolves like okay. This is it for me. I realise medicine was a one way long track for only focused on one thing and this was feeding me in a way that medicine win and it was hard because designed to let go of a dream there and I had to over years. You know forgive myself for because I really held it against myself because I thought okay maybe it went for the money instead of what was purpose and looking back the right choice for a time it was hard. I did struggle with it because I thought I was just going to start. Take you know you make good money even really good money and I don't think people would do it for not if it was just for never from you know for free and and Yeah it took me years to let go of the whole medicine thing and just let it go I wanted. I wanted to dive deeper into this path. But there's something that you said that I just WanNa touch back on also which is at about your writing that when you write something really really good like when you write the truth you know it. Oh God yeah you feel. Ah this makes me literally. I literally start to shake like physically. I'll start to and that's that is I have a physical tell for when I've written something something and I know that's it like feeling it's are you that certainly it's an internal thing it's an internal thing you just know it and you just amazed that this came out. Oh you yeah and you also know when you not there you know when you held back but is that true until until you have felt like it feels like when you've hit it because I don't think I truly new until.
"kamal" Discussed on Good Life Project
"My guest today. Kamal Khan has trekked to one of the highest base camps in the Himalayas delays served as a US Army infantry soldier walked five hundred fifty miles across main co-founded built and sold several technology companies in Silicon Valley Valley and watched others. He founded come tumbling down which we talked about by the way Co founded venture capital firm invested in some of the biggest endeavors in the world. But the most difficult difficult and transformative thing he has ever done is to learn to love himself and that did not come easily. It only happened as so often does after he been pretty much brought to the edge of personal and financial collapse and more or less drop to his knees in every way this led to a complete in profound shift in focus from external accomplishment to kind of a software metric he never saw coming and would never have validated before that the act of finding and and then loving himself not an easy thing for a guy who'd lived life on very different terms till that moment Kamal detail his journey along with a pretty simple set of practices in a short book that he wrote initially years back as a way to reconnect with his stifled love of writing and also to memorialize what he'd figured out the things that he was doing to step back into this place of self love so he could share it with friends and stop sort of like repeating the conversations over and over hitting publish publish. He was kind of terrified of what people in his world might thing but also believe that nobody would ever see it. He just kind of self published didn't didn't Senate onto Laurel himself and said figured I'll just refer people to it when they ask me questions about why. I'm so different these days and then it went massively massively viral selling over half a million copies that original book love yourself like your life depends on. It has now been expanded head into a much more personal and actionable set of stories and ideas and practices and republished now by Harper. And today we dive into so many of the big moment of awakening touch points and some of the things that really brought him back to this place of living. Hey.
"kamal" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Had wanted to maybe she'd still be campaigning if Kamal where as had adopted that as her campaign saw because if you pay close attention to the lyrics it seems that where they could have been somewhat biographical with camallo Harris for the record Kamal it has a background almost as interesting as a runny and born Valerie Jarrett remember the gal who is really running stuff in the Obama White House who had a curious connection with Iran when Khumalo divvy her as born October of sixty four in Oakland her mom a ten mil Indian breast cancer scientist who immigrated to the U. S. from Madras India in nineteen sixty so she could pursue a doctorate at inter canal Aegean into chronology at cal Berkeley her dead with a more conventional name of Donald Harris Stanford University economics professor who immigrated from Jamaica in nineteen sixty one and Doug Kamal as mom wanted her wanted Kamal enter little sister to have but names from Sanskrit that would get preserve their I shouldn't call it third world heritage they really do that okay but John camallo was all about listen closely because you're about to hear Kamal was greatest and only in the campaign I think it was in the first democratic debate and I said at the time it it was a key moment ended did Speicher in the polls but even though she's Indian slash Jamaica camallo want you to know she was down with the civil rights struggle white you know I'm surprised she didn't get the left Reverend William barber on her side well maybe if she had offered above a anyway here is the moment when Comala butchers you see what I'm doing camallo butchers Joe Biden the in the first debate cut five I do not believe you are racist and I agree with you when you commit yourself to the importance of finding common ground but I also believe and it is personal and eight I was actually very it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two United States senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of race in this country and it was not only that but you also work with them to oppose busing and you know there was a little girl in California who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was blessed to school every day and that little girl was me wow score one for senator Harris against former vice president Biden but as we've seen the old Joe is cognitive skills or as rusty is that straight razor that corn pop was going to use on him in the early sixties I guess anyway so I guess camallo is telling us busing was a good thing well if if you grew up in a in Charlotte and in your hand or green full during the day when court ordered busing came out I don't know that anybody of either race would say it was a good thing I think it was a hassle I think people learn to live together but the the the not so big secret in the self was our schools integrated a lot better than up and sell it had hit up up north of those Yankees in in South Boston not South Boston Virginia but the southern regions of Boston Massachusetts or as we learn from camallo in what I think was a little rhetorical choreography an exaggeration she's having us believe that schools and Berkeley were segregated and she had to ride a bus but that was a good thing really it did put her on the map but those who live by the debate quip I suffer setbacks via the debate quip we listen now to a clip from a real island girl as in Hawaii tell C. Gabbard was this in the third Democrat debate she absolutely cut up camallo the butcher of the owner record as California Attorney General listen a senator Harris says she's proud of her record as a prosecutor in that she'll be a prosecutor present but I'm deeply concerned about this record there are too many examples to site but she put over fifteen hundred people in jail for marijuana violations then laughed about it when she was asked if she ever smoked marijuana.
Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home
"An Israeli airstrike has killed a senior commander of the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad in Gaza the group said the habu I'll I'll Ted died at his home along with his wife Tom Bateman is in Jerusalem that is the fast talking to Kerry all the militants of the seniority since the war between Hamas and Israel back in twenty fourteen I think this marks a significant development in Israel's preparedness to do such a thing in in Gaza once again to like they said this doesn't market shift in strategy that this is not a return to the policy more broadly of targeted assassinations Abu I lots how walls Kamal and of the cruise brigade the military wing of Palestinian Islamic
"Celtics top the raptors one twelve to one oh six Karl Anthony towns had thirty seven points and fifteen rebounds the Timberwolves crush the Hornets one twenty one to ninety nine the bold over the Grizzlies one ten to one two wizards ninety seven thunder eighty five Kamal merry scored seven of his twenty seven points in oh TN the nuggets beat the sons one away to one oh seven Trobe wages the feed the king of the one twenty two to one twelve in lebron James little scores with thirty two points to lift the Lakers past the jazz ninety five to
DNC imposes strict requirements for December debate
"We're less than a month away from the next presidential debate the DNC is already updating its requirements for the six debate in late December this will only have a modest set up from the criteria for the November twenty eighth debate says the DNC their poll numbers need to be above four percent and have donations from two hundred thousand different supporters right now the only candidates expected to qualify for that would include Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Pete booted judge and Kamal
"kamal" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Kamal man Jamie come all man Jamie yes when will you listen to the whole track man like that song blazes like that the whole time yeah Q. it was personal for the it was very personal put you back there yeah not as his his thing was really great but it was academic right he was showing his lyrical ability he was really strategic with the word play to was just roll back the end that that it there's a different kind of of of battle intensity went out when can you come like that that you know it where nozzles more methodical yeah this was passion yeah straight up yep art four zero four nine two two seven zero three digit combo today let's go to tea party low key part of low Hey good afternoon good afternoon was that not the Hardys rap beef ever I I really didn't list what I didn't listen to it are you a fan of Ice Cube ma'am I couldn't tell you that now yeah what about it I started doing it right you can't know more to my horse the hell you say about Hey I think I've got one of my horses used favorite speed is stopping as well so I think it to her he doesn't appreciate it but Hey okay all right all right I appreciate that that's what about the gnostics ma'am I don't know Sir I'm sorry I don't all right go it's a little better just one I think I think when you're talking about this this impeachment thing I yeah you're talking you talk about the impeachment inquiry about I like the Truman show the Truman show I have is one of my favorite movies actually yeah it's it's kind of like this great big make believe in peace Michelle that's what I think of it that's what you think of this entire process now let me ask you this I think no I think you're missing the I think you're missing the big store okay what's the big store here other than the president being age it sounds as well you may have paid he's he's not going to be a matter of you already know he is going to get a peach what he will have an impeachment on his record no matter what no that bill Barr and yonder on have been travelling to Australia Ukraine Italy Great Britain and think and that I think that one of the country because they know they're they're they're three candles it is still far does his job right we'll hit people like you know it'll it'll why you feel bar traveling to other nations to investigate Americans because a lot of the origination of the fight the warrant right the illegal find the words was done with the help of for example the Australian ambassador okay and you know why does he not go ahead in the diet Americans who were involved now I hope he does why has he not done so because the corruption so G. U. Y. no it is okay if you actually read to you for example the inspector general that comes up with this whole with the blower staff or the inspector general was appointed by trump and that was one of the biggest mistakes all he's a truck he didn't know what to do with this information these days there have been to have a damn job and all of a sudden here comes the whistle blower wit damning information to give the president now he sits on it he could be locked up one day himself he just got a point about trump and love he's a truck by a truck the border and a trouble pointy and you get this information and he is forced to do the right thing now all of a sudden because he did the right thing people I will say it's wrong because you'll you'll have not researched this for the last what I'm supposed to bear with the information do exactly what he if you permit me just a second to explain this to you the inspector general was the chief legal counsel for the national security division of the department of justice that we did not have their own inspector general at the time thanks to sell yet they were the ones that were riding the illegal by the warranty they were the ones that were doing the illegal buying they were the ones that were that the heart of as you read big huge issues that were going on so he has his own agenda you keep it all he has his own agenda what could he have done let me ask you that question the inspector general received this information what should he have done tell me why the chief legal counsel what we have done with the whistle blower information we don't he may have made it up for all we know that made it all the inspector general poured a transcript out his as a trial as because truck actually declassified the document how did he get out but we are you friends madam is not a made up conversation does not talk about tea party Louis is not made up of whistle blower exist you after general once the chief legal counsel for the over riding the illegal by the war male whistle blower exist in your world plastic and does the whistle blower exist I don't know even even from a breeze that the whistle blower exists that that will make this old laughable even your present still blowing exist and I want to talk he knows he's real why why if if everything works so iron clad here is the evidence how come the Democrats you once you will now I think the Republican to question any of them how come they don't want to release yeah I do think that is a mistake so listen I'm going to do something you don't know which is actually answer questions so to board a little you have posed a question let me answer that question I think the house intelligence committee is making a strategic political mistake by not allowing Republicans to ask questions who are on the committee if you own the committee and you happen to be a Republican you still should be able to ask the question however however constitutionally constitutionally the chairman legally can limit who ask questions that is that is a statute in the law now I do not agree with it politically I don't agree with it and the spirit of transparency but it is legally permissible they had an up and left a change in the last twenty four hours they haven't been even writing subpoenas they just been calling them that there's no judicial ruling behind the subpoenas there's no they don't need to do this ruling Congress has article one section one what I don't need a judicial ruling to it to issue subpoenas what are you talking about fine wait a minute the bottom of the bottle you do realize Congress has the right of subpoena they don't need a court for that they need a court they do need a court if the subpoena is ignored but they only they only to court to subpoena anybody what he's talking about they're not they're not above the executive branch either I think I don't need that need is the but neither is the judiciary need this to breath I think we're going to I think he is our napkin does all right you don't know what you're talking about every Thursday didn't realize that Congress does not need a court to issue a subpoena a legitimate rentals a leader you want to ignore that Joe Biden was the one lying on twenty twenty on it just like Hillary god knows why didn't is by no one was in are you good looking yeah Joe Biden obviously you have a lot of fourteen classified information I would be cautious about was you because I don't know who's giving you the nation obviously you have ties to the deep state what you have deep ties to the deep state I'm not a lot of information out there Sir there are court reporter Waterloo here's my suggestion to you here's my suggestion to you ma'am listen do yourself a favor stop getting information from the funny pages and Sean Hannity operation why don't you make you why don't you actually respect your audience enough to pull your head out of the sand and research yourself how about that ma'am what research is what I don't hold on how to kill them okay the part of the you have just said multiple things on my program that a factually inaccurate I know they had a recall because not only have I researched it I understand the narrative that you're spending because it's the same narrative spawned by Sean Hannity and a few others what kind of the wrong at the end of this the constitution gives Congress the right of oversight article one section one the president of the United States has refused to adhere to that oversight of Congress is that right or wrong I don't think the Judiciary Committee can sit there and demanded the president hop around to do what they want well that's not asking asking they are asked through the subpoena power they are asking to a subpoena power certain documents take one they can go get real subpoenas despite what makes a **** it's just calling it a subpoena when it's not really one they can't just write the words Pena as I mean what is what is what is their penalty for not I complied with the subpoena it what we might just call you instructor of Justin yeah I believe that okay where the legal I'm going to ask the question ma'am I'm going to answer that question the legal penalty for not a hero to a congressional subpoena ranges based on federal statute from a fine to a civil penalty to garnishment of wages and also incarceration enforced by the sergeant at arms that is actually in the statute appreciate your call research that you get a real real as metal radio news and top thirteen eighty W. A. okay hello this is lady di from aloe man in surprise visit us at aloe heels dot com when I want to get real.
"kamal" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Your body to. so I'm you know I'm already low of seven I see what somebody special somebody I don't know looks like they'll be like you know we'll just to work with all all the mall in in magic so it's sort of looking for him see the online I would at this point still kind of steadfast we're going to college I've been working out get my little you know the one you know get get myself in shape and also I'd like I'd let him then went downstairs and all and we told the world would be a less known of Marley and all that so I got to take shape or stop planning said he was like yo. in gold no Kamal the house make a wreck so you know I'm on we wanna make a record of the ram and it felt like for so long I was to check would be in the neighborhood raffle and. I was like no things like your own wall manually goals house goodness storm said I spoke to in for many he laughed and maybe two three weeks later he came back I feel. local Marty house gas or I was right now no to which cellmark. let's go downstairs more moms and pops a little hang out spot ran to some crates graphs and wreck is in and started to journeyman put on it it was one of them things where you kind of you kind of happy about the situation but then again you know we've kind of past that.
Brown Sugar: A Tribute to Hip-Hop
"I saw brown sugar. I was completely taken over by the music of course it's the first thing you notice about the movie the wonderful wonderful tribute to hip hop and owed love letter however you want to call it hip hop that permeates every scene in movie this because eight chess turn but the thing that carried me through watching it over and over and over again was the relationship between Sydney played by Sonali Johnathan and trae played by Taye Diggs. Their relationship is as equals not something I grew up watching calms. It's not something that I saw men and and women respecting each other to other as if they both believed each other to be intelligent equal human beings and their relationship gave me hope for what love could be wasted US whereas Philip Too potlucking at the block party you remember. I beat machine boy. You thought You d nice not our eight. Oh eight this simplicity provides a fine line between eloquence. That's implying. This has a dope. Line was my first published article. I can't wait for you to come out when you left I went out to. La Times every Wednesday a Yo com go to the park and read. It made me feel closeted love brown sugar. We begin the movie with Sydney entry as kids first learning and falling in love with hip hop and this love of hip hop is what connects them throughout their life. Sydney becomes a writer and editor of powerhouse hip. Hop Magazine Andrey gets into the recording recording industry. He's the man behind the artists and he gets into this field because of his love of hip hop but both Sydney Andrey are struggling to reconcile this. It's ideallic love that they have of hip hop with the reality. Did you sign a new act without consulting drake. I saw and I had to sign the man Never Messina. Shit like that a black and white rapid duah. I know they go here Kamal Man. You know that's just a gimmick these guys they have like no skills just straight it up. Why now I saw last night a real MC. This cat deserves a shot. He came with the real original real real hip hop given them. I'm trying to sell records to people will actually buy them so I need a boob. Who's going to be able to give me that M. T. V. rotation baby now been akin ran and ten the heat of future Babe Eminem. He paved the way they gonNA be like Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder Paul McCartney and and Michael Michael Jackson. Are you serious. Yes you really want me to do this. If you want to work for a millennium records that's what we do here. We make hits as we see hip hop grow and change we also see Sydney Andrey grow and change and it was this intertwining of love and hip hop that really spoke to poet Nick George in fact when lead producer. Maya emailed him to talk about brown sugar trigger he had this to say when I first saw brown sugar. Both love and hip hop. were new things to me. I thought I understood both I also thought their utility in my life was simple and yet through this movie. It became apparent that both are unpredictable. One of the major themes is evolution and allowing a thing to grow beyond what we thought we knew you about it.
Andrew Yang has a proposal to give Americans $1,000 in cash each month as ‘universal basic income’
"One of the most expensive proposals on the presidential campaign trail is getting some legs in California democratic candidate Andri Yang wants to give every American a thousand dollars a month another contender Kamal Harris wants to give five hundred dollars a month to working families a program to curb homelessness in Stockton California begin giving people a hundred twenty five of them five hundred dollars a month in February the experiment is expected to last eighteen months opponents say this encourages people to
Doctors remove 526 'tooth-like structures' from 7-year-old boy's mouth
"Dentist removed five hundred and twenty six teeth from the mouth of a seven year old boy in India I saw that I couldn't believe I don't believe that five hundred each yeah he had brought along his bottom teeth are here five hundred more hello hello now they weren't all big the tooth fairy is bankrupt all that kid better at all everything under there well mom and dad but I have insurance holy cow you kidding me five two ferries bring a sack of cash ma'am there was a second T. thunderous first robot Kamal out one by one the muse
"kamal" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Instagram, cloud that way. Like, a segue. Yeah. Yeah. Don't travel. Jeff. Get a domestic spat and boost cook it with a bunny. Yeah. Yeah. Wait what? Be my clothes. What am I like my flow? What's your my my clothes? Oh. My cooling because the money Kamal at the tunnel. Wait. Four fifty eight. All of these. They hate they hate try to ask you to the grain. So much by one hundred thousand in your face three hundred. Her today. She talked to me go to sleep in jacuzzi waking up. Yeah. That'd be. Yeah. We is not losing Trump. They moved. Does she choose it? Drugs. Smoking. No cooking. The hot box. Doc gap. We came from nothing. I don't try. Nobody..
"kamal" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
"When I was about seven or eight, my schoolteacher asked me it was asking the cost what we wanted to grow up. And I said, I wanted to be a dad. This is a in parent CJ Kamal. I wanted to apparent for as long as I can remember today. I I the only job I've ever wanted to do, but no one was expecting CJ to say, dad, especially that teacher I was. I mean, firstly, I went to a girl school so that she thought I was kidding. She put me out with the class, but I was being deadly serious. I didn't. There was no feels that can think of that. I wanted to be just wanted to be someone's dad. House myself, because as a kid, I didn't know that I was trying, but I, I didn't say mum felt wrong. That wasn't who I wanted to be kids. I wanted to be. I wanted them to call me. When CJ was growing up in Trinidad, that image of being a father was so vivid. I kept coming out like the time a teacher asked run class to draw their future family. Typical kids family pitcher, like a house in the background. I definitely had two dogs in there. I drew full kids 'cause I'm I'm the eldest of four and I was like, is against pint. I don't want to kids. I drew myself with short hair, but I was just a stick person. Everybody else was fleshed. Our actual people, and I was just stick person twenty years later. CJ has flushed out that stick person. It's a stick person who's gender, neutral, still an aspiring dad. But back in that family portrait that CJ drew there was one more stick person drew like a blank stick in my because I, I don't know. I could never. I can never really picture myself lake. It just wasn't. I don't know. It's it's it's hard to explain. I didn't know what I wanted to pick and I pay. That was going to a kid with join a blank stick. Busted. This is the longest shortest time. I'm Andrea saloons easy. And for today's guests EJ Kamal every big personal discovery, but it meant to be queer today. Women to be trans. These things CJ inherently knew how to seek out. There'd be a fleeting impression where CJ would see something familiar in another person and say, oh, it's like me. I could do that. But now at twenty eight CJ feels ready to start a family, but still hasn't seen a model for becoming a transgender single dad by choice about a second stick figure in CJ's life. It's hard to even begin to imagine how a stick figure child entered the picture. And before it began, CJ is trans. And usually with a trans person, we think of transition from one gender to another on the streets of London. CJ passes as a man ripped jeans shorts and t shirts over flat chest with a high top fade will twist on top and a tiny lip ring, but CJ identifies as non binary, not one gender or the other and uses gender neutral pronouns. So instead of the pronouns he him or she, her CJ uses them. It sounds like this, like when CJ was a little kid, they'd have a meltdown if their mom made them wear a dress, but it took decades before CJ even realized, gender neutral pronouns were a thing as a kid growing up in Trinidad, the only gay people they'd ever heard about were in church, I guess maybe what people would call like a happy cloudy, black kid, singing dancing. And we hear about gay people hair about that being gay was wrong and being gay was sinful. But I the first time I equated it with actual people was when tattoo came out like the Russian lesbian teen in band. And they had a music video where they were like making out in the rain. And I was like, I wanna do that. I wanna make in the rain. Making out with girls suddenly seemed possible, but still questions was that ascend? Could you still fall in love and raise kids reasonably this game on the playground with a skipping rope. They start the letter a..
"kamal" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Kamal okay like that was the end though on the mom even that's your now the haitian left fella manila personas e yeah and los yeah and i feel still empathy up starting to think incited bogota scenic at school yeah not taken so it paranoia i could ask you okay notice while we're not i say for this bonfire noto seir thing defict that day unix throw see yeah yeah don't know say no says bongo alvis lie there the idea of good okay bustle lamontagne up soon as so i was in business together lepres killer intern at the melissa has way lower kia instead of being so close to her just switching because you can tell us could pirlo the sun has been whatever you want but nobody said that see sorta kuchar antonione as mass control but at the end tempos doesn't forgotten asia total loretta instead of work so come they go far from your pin so to see it okay so soil threats but from his mass get the end of our hokkaido get getting can be up to see now when depended better witness in okay see a story explore sta i dunno komala element day i'll go study a.
"kamal" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Version is it don't know kamal book you need all day how 'bout you pick today the day that you force yourself to pick an anniversary added that's we know a think it'll of just wait for like marriage something in them that'll be it doesn't matter because yeah whatever date were talking about now is going to get superseded trio planning on getting married that'd be nice a that's that's a process what is marriage means year 'cause i'm trying to figure that out are on our health neither na no idea what i do know is that in having a child and having a child together a nineteen month old i can speak to if we go back to the brushfire the need for there to be proper family structure and young around the shahi f is a kid yeah and warned there's nothing negative that i can say about my relationship with her and sa nothing to do with without childlike it's like it's not like it meets should worse let's get you know what i'm saying and that way when you look at a scenario like that in terms of love and all that stuff it's it's all while we had this kid okay let's take a breather on growing together and make sure we figure out how to not fuck up his life yeah and that's hard data enemy like other we will figure out everything that doesn't fa cup his life and then i guess i don't know what you do the emerge back into iraqi now back to relationship boise are part of the relationship florida i think it's part of the relationship i mean he was that did you sit down and hike have a plan like we're going to have a kid now whether there.