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'Melrose Place' actress headed back to prison for 2010 crash

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

'Melrose Place' actress headed back to prison for 2010 crash

"Melrose Place actress who's already served a prison sentence for AH fatal 2010. Trunk driving crashed in New Jersey Going back behind bars. State judge today agreed with prosecutors and Amy Low. Kane's previous sentences were too lenient. And gave the actress an eight years sentence looking already served about 2.5 of a three year sentence and completed a parole term. But under state law, the sentence requires her to sew more than six years before being eligible for parole.

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Chicago - Longtime Kendall County fugitive wanted on home repair fraud charges arrested in Arizona

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Chicago - Longtime Kendall County fugitive wanted on home repair fraud charges arrested in Arizona

"A man alleged to have defrauded homeowners in a couple of counties more than 13 years ago, has been arrested after being found living under an assumed name in the West. The Kendall County Sheriff's Office says. 49 year old Joseph Burns is awaiting extradition now from Arizona, where he's been living under a fake name and Glendale. Officials say. Burns faces a number of home repair fraud charges and Kendall and will counties in a theft charge out of Kane County Court records indicate. Burns is accused of home repair fraud of less than $1000 in Kane County. And that charges of between 10,000 and $100,000 Burns have been a fugitive since November of 27.

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Voice and Podcasts with the Dynamic Duo: Kane Simms and Dustin Coates

Bixby Developers Chat

06:05 min | 3 d ago

Voice and Podcasts with the Dynamic Duo: Kane Simms and Dustin Coates

"So background if you go back far enough used to. Say I to produce music. But the reality is I was a kid in my bedroom, filling around samples and make some Junes and writing lyrics. So they used think the funds myself as a bit of a wrapper. and. If you look back at some podcast episodes. Complete row. I think a little bit rusty other minute. Did do one for Frank Schneider of speakeasy. and. So He's Best I'LL PHILADELPHIA. So when we introduced him on the podcast did version of the fresh prince of bel-air theme tune with Franck Schneider. So they going to know So of caught a long relationship with audio and woods essentially audio together and important words into it ended up realizing the making music it is not easy to make money from. And etc. Went throughout my career ended up in marketing agencies ended up in user experience design. Consultancy Service designed eventually managing digital service transmission teams and then out freelance writing on the side as also had kept up the right and stuff, and then all of a sudden not come across. I think it was an adver around the launch of Alexa in the UK. Fiddle around with Siri, but it was reuben time in submitting bothered with it. But I see in this advert for Alexa launched in the UK and I was thinking lot seems crazy that I didn't know anything about I. Didn't know you could build for. I. Didn't know that you create anything for it. I didn't have a clue about and just thought when I see now thought wouldn't it be good if you could create something for much and if you could actually design like an old your based conversation, best experience that people could have with this thing and immediately I thought that sounds fantastic and Few monthly God device etc Pierre Around it and I thought to myself I. Think. It'd be good to try and learn really well how these things were technology is what hangs together how the build Sephora and then similar justin really start thinking about how we do that and I thought one of the best ways to learn about an audio I medium will be to create an audio I kind of piece of content, and if I'm going to learn about then a ms well share that with everyone else who might want to learn about it and so that was how the world was the podcast was born. The demand demand name in two thousand, seventeen couldn't find anybody to interview for any kind of cost couldn't come across anyone all just maybe I wasn't right using the the pro search phrases because I didn't i. Didn't quite come across y'all content that's I'm and then eventually in November of twenty seventeen. I realize that the voice book podcasters around and this week in voice podcast was around those thinking what the Hell's going on like I had this idea months ago. What's in a thought? Well, lots of evidence basically the the something that there must be something that most people are confined to speak to that was in the US, convinced that it was going to come to Europe and so that's what was not doing not like research in China in touch with trying to meet people's to flat out recorded a couple of the episodes over Christmas. The first episode might even still be on Youtube. It said, I've got my garland hanging on the the fireplace damning. And then was just about to launch I. Think Miami might have even put one episode out on immediately someone commented on twitter and said, Hey, you know that was really good. But what would be really interesting would be if there was some kind of person around the hard technical knowledge someone that could cause for me I'm astrologist in the design and always been the design of always gaping on the condor like the creative end, the Kinda strategic, figuring out what it is, we should be doing and then managing the team that kind of goes ahead and does it all during the design myself and stuff and then I. It was the on Conan I. Think he said, are you going to get into any technical content? Is that I love to I don't really have the technical background myself. Exactly. That's right. That's exactly that was young. Yeah, and then you've sent a tweet us in. You responded I think it was it was a tweet or you direct message right now I think it was on I think it was a tweet i. Very very rarely on twitter. So if you look at our different social media's canes, the Social Media Social Butterfly me, I can take it or leave it but I just happened to be there is a one day voice conference at Paris a day just happened to be on twitter following along and I saw that and I think I replied I was like Hey let's try I. do it yeah. I don't think literally within the space of. Our can probably seven days later, we recorded an episode episode four or five or something. And that was the beginning we did. We've done ever since and we've kind of as I said, the first six months foucault was doing the podcast and then we got speaking engagements and hosting conferences and events to flat now, and then twenty nineteen start getting involved in workshops training consultancy. We picked up Kanda design development projects, and still like out and then yeah, it's been more of the same of US insights Crazy. So Sir Tippety. Dustin winter. saw. Replied in a super successful podcasting percocet came out of that. People don't realize it took US two years I think two years right canes actually meet in person it wasn't until two last summer I happen to the giving a talk in London and came down. So there's the you X. Trivia for you. To Gain Dustin podcast together to. Not, each. Other. Exactly. Not just poke. We've been working together. You know it's like it's crazy how you know how I don't think we understand people don't really I. Think we take for granted the Internet basically is trying to say you don't realize the power that the house you know imagine being able to create a company with someone who you've never actually met in. Real life and work together, and you know build up that kind of relationship over two years without even an oxygen meeting is i. think is absolutely unbelievable. Crazy. It is amazing. You might think of this time of turn cove. It is all of a sudden working remotely I think more and more that's going to happen right where people are getting super comfortable. Where come outlay you were working with someone in completely different areas will be different times on different countries. All works. Great. So I see that little bit we kind of accelerated the future of work. Unfortunate events that that happened to us.

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'The Princess Bride' cast is reuniting for a virtual table read, Democratic political fundraiser

News Radio 920 AM Programming

00:43 sec | Last week

'The Princess Bride' cast is reuniting for a virtual table read, Democratic political fundraiser

"Leaves a table read of the Princess Bride script as a political fundraiser. The cast of the Princess Bride will reunite virtually for a table read fundraising event. Further Wisconsin Democratic Party fun storming the castle. The film was written by Rob Reiner, who has been a vocal president. Trump critic and starred Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Carol Kane, Wallace Shawn Billy Crystal, who are all participating with Reiner and Patton Oswalt moderating the event will be Livestreamed September 13th at 4 P.m. Pacific Time. Wisconsin is one of the key states that Donald Trump flipped in 2016. Both the president and Joe Biden each visited the state this past week. Michelle Pelino. Fox News,

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Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for Iraq hostage rescue

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for Iraq hostage rescue

"The AP has learned an American soldier who helped rescue about seventy hostages set to be executed in Iraq has been approved to receive the medal of honor the hostages were rescued in twenty fifteen sergeant major Thomas Patrick Kane is a ranger assigned to the army special operations command the first rescue attempt failed pain in his unit climbed over a wall and entered the prison compound the team used bolt cutters to break the locks up the prison doors frame nearly forty hostages thirty more were taken out of a burning building there was heavy fighting pain said at that point Islamic state group fighters began to detonate their suicide vests the South Carolina native is a Purple Heart recipient from a wound sustained in a twenty ten mission in Afghanistan at Donahue Washington

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Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for Iraq hostage rescue

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for Iraq hostage rescue

"The AP has learned an American soldier who helped rescue about seventy hostages set to be executed in Iraq has been approved to receive the medal of honor the hostages were rescued in twenty fifteen sergeant major Thomas Patrick Kane is a ranger assigned to the army special operations command the first rescue attempt failed pain in his unit climbed over a wall and entered the prison compound the team used bolt cutters to break the locks up the prison doors frame nearly forty hostages thirty more were taken out of a burning building there was heavy fighting pain said at that point Islamic state group fighters began to detonate their suicide vests the South Carolina native is a Purple Heart recipient from a wound sustained in a twenty ten mission in Afghanistan at Donahue Washington

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Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for Iraq hostage rescue

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Soldier to receive Medal of Honor for Iraq hostage rescue

"The AP has learned an American soldier who helped rescue about seventy hostages set to be executed in Iraq has been approved to receive the medal of honor the hostages were rescued in twenty fifteen sergeant major Thomas Patrick Kane is a ranger assigned to the army special operations command the first rescue attempt failed pain in his unit climbed over a wall and entered the prison compound the team used bolt cutters to break the locks up the prison doors frame nearly forty hostages thirty more were taken out of a burning building there was heavy fighting pain set at that point Islamic state group fighters began to detonate their suicide vest the South Carolina native is a Purple Heart recipient from a wound sustained in a twenty twenty mission in Afghanistan at Donahue Washington

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Father of 19-year-old who was killed in Seattle’s CHOP files claim against city

News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Father of 19-year-old who was killed in Seattle’s CHOP files claim against city

"Seattle Kane County in the state of Washington are facing claims of $1 billion each for the father of a teenager who was killed in Seattle's chop zone after police lefties precinct attorney have a notion. Represents Horace Anderson, who's 19 year old son. Lorenzo was shot and killed on June 20th on Capitol Hill amid ongoing protests. We have a right, Lorenzo had a right Be protected thes air basic rights that every citizen deserves. Prosecutors charged. A man named Marcel Live on long with murder this month after long was caught on video chasing Anderson with a gun. Through the chop long is still at large.

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend List Beverly Hills Home for $23.95 Million

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:54 sec | Last month

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend List Beverly Hills Home for $23.95 Million

"Kristie teague in. John Legend, they are selling their twenty four million dollar home I'm Beverley hills because they're having a third child. So they need to make more room, they need a house they can grow into. How much? How much square footage is in this twenty plus million dollars. Let. Right. Grow into larger house. Let's just say it's thirty three foot ceiling seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms thirty. Wait thirty, hold on. Wait they need a house. The kids can grow into ceilings are thirty eight feet tall. How Taller their kids? Yeah. I don't know. Thirty, eight. Thousand Square Feet Show. I. Don't know. The line. I'm sure it's a little shack. Seven bedrooms please. It.

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LINK Hits $20 - Bitcoin Consolidates

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:26 min | Last month

LINK Hits $20 - Bitcoin Consolidates

"Get everybody got a fantastic way Kendall. Tell you that mine who? What cracker was my way can Jeez away what did it start with a? Tell you what started Started with me getting up on Sunday morning star Friday afternoon bought myself a new rod spilled up real new fishing line. Good Bride Basaltic salt is tacoma sauce real went down Saturday morning twenty two silent top water using re politic absolute mayhem fifteen fishing lure at the same time back in the afternoon. While thirty fish in a day. Old Guy Swimming well mouth who know how old good well on crack yes. Thank you very much. I. Appreciate that sounds good weekend. Good Way and last week trading losses pretty slow until about fraud I. GotTa be honest. I liked there wasn't that many opportunities fraud I came through though and I'll tell you what it was a the Ripa might a good good wedge out of that. What are we get? Well for me I got lend, which is I I a lend. In what did I get? That is a twelve hour Kreider. Anyway, I've locked in profits about full four, five to one, which is nice. I also put a coal in my community. Now, coal payables I wanna make that very clear I'm like dude, just up -tunities and you make decisions based on your understanding of those strategies just checklist right? So anyone who's in that grape might slack community. What they do is they get some they get access to May showing them opportunities die make their mind up very rarely to attain exactly what ongoing sometimes. It's usually slip noble non-intention. They they took that try let me just tell you the rewards refresher upper upper chine. God knows where does like couldn't care less to be absolutely honest with you after China let's talk about what it did. Currently it's what's the rule would risk their three point six, two full. I was up around that sort of six to one. But still prophets locked in stops and moved another profitable tried the other one. I think I spoke to you guys about this. I definitely put on free content on Youtube was a day cradle on Bonnets It's also hit one to one. Another profit. So it was like Bang, Bang Bang Bang profit profit profit profit just smacked him quickly on fraud. I. Went fishing, it's been a cracker of awake. All happening at the end that's why I've got to be patients. So you go to show need to look at tight and tried to will go tight the good ones now speaking to bitcoin let's go and have a little chat about what's going on there because las wait we did close. We closed up two percent. We close the wake at eleven thousand, nine, twenty, six. What are they knauss above twelve economy everything. If we saw pulled out, he would be in panic mode. Absolutely no, you know pull by ten grand for little cradle. I'm not weekly would be absolutely superb. The daily right now is consoled consolidation with Jai Alai's the I highlight was at quick pump. Sorry. Quick dump off the run up towards twelve. Twelve. We came off that that big had ten, thousand, six, fifty then got another high alert is coming. That was on the of August now that low is eleven thousand, one, hundred, twenty, six, we've jumped a better grind or so. What we've got is we also has law harsh potentially. So we are building we're consolidating starting taught not the volatility of each of these daily candles on Bitcoin has eased. If we look at it from Las Ford is we had at one point six. Percent That's Today's down point two, three days three point, seven up point full yesterday a bad loss way closer the volatility has started to slow down a little bit and that's why the opportunities been coming out familiar with my trading. So with that slowdown of. Volatility and with the mock console adding a little bit, we could say they. Move Higher if it breaks high if it moves lovable could see that weekly pool back. It's just you know it's one of those times we go the way it does look we'll bullish and Barreto that boss it's about being patient knowing what you're looking for reading the market needs to be read and just taking Tom you know eleven thousand forty forty-five right now down point seven tonight. A theory in Las, week and other great wake up eleven percent. It's pretty extended guys. It's had a great run but this crypto. So extension, Smith mentioned not even know what that means. But a daily divergent stay Look it's in Trevor Divergence is very extended on the weekly on Kane. On the theory moving I've also hold a wedge it's a four, twenty, eight, I taint since down one point four percent tonight will be just hanging out see what goes on from here. Yesterday's candle did close a bullish point two percent, but it's the projection of those lawyers, which is right around four eleven that region. So we'll have to wait and see if he break the high of yesterday's candle today them. Yes there really leg up another notch. Excel pay thirty cents on the dangling. It hits thirty point eight, which is now three tests over resistance league actually draw flat level in. A could be bitcoin breakout for lighter with a little basic they're out to get through. was saying here in exile as a potential trades around that thirty point nine sent mock white and see what goes on the weekly lost weight did it'll get moved was up five point nine, percent coal six percent. Of course, it has had a pretty good run of life will have to wait and see what goes on here but some. Yet the mind I'm just watching that flat level with down one point six percent from the today two thousand of the market

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Herman Cain to be mourned at private funeral in Atlanta

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | Last month

Herman Cain to be mourned at private funeral in Atlanta

"Presidential candidate in businessman Herman Cain will be mourned at a private funeral in Atlanta today. Kane's funeral service will be live streams starting at 11 o'clock. He died July 30th of complications from Cove in 19. He was 74. President Trump on Twitter called him a powerful voice of freedom and American patriot and a great friend. Kane briefly rose to the top of the polls during the 2012 race for the Republican presidential nomination by highlighting a plan to simplify the tax code.

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Herman Cain to be mourned at private funeral in Atlanta

Mike Gallagher

00:29 sec | Last month

Herman Cain to be mourned at private funeral in Atlanta

"Farewell today to Herman Cain, a private funeral service planned in Atlanta for the ex businessman GOP presidential contender and staunch conservative ally of President Trump. Kane died July 30th of complications from Cove in 19 at the age of 74. He had been ill with the Corona virus for several weeks. Kane briefly rose to the top of the polls during the 2012 race for the Republican presidential nomination by highlighting a plan to simplify the tax codes.

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Obituary: Herman Cain

TIME's Top Stories

05:52 min | Last month

Obituary: Herman Cain

"Herman Cain helped define the American black conservative movement. He also set the stage for trump by Philip Elliott. Herman. CAIN remembered the nineteen ninety-six moment that changed his political trajectory as clearly as any in his life. The businessman was advising Jack Kemp's vice presidential campaign and accompanied the boss to the iconic Sylvia's soul food restaurant in Harlem for an event a man in the crowd shouted out to Kane and colleagues Black Republicans, there's no such thing. The. Same Man in canes telling called them Uncle Toms. The episode. So angered Kane that when he got home from that campaign swing, he switched from a registered independent to a card carrying member of the Republican. Party and over the next quarter century, the child of the segregated south became one of the best known black Republicans in the country briefly rising to be his party's presidential front runner for the two thousand twelve nomination and remaining one of the most quotable stars in conservative media. So committed to his party's stick it in the I e host was Cain that he flew to Tulsa. Oklahoma for President Donald, trump's first return to the campaign trail after one hundred thousand US corona virus deaths despite dire warnings from public health experts at that endure rally on June twentieth the stage four colon cancer survivor posed for pictures without wearing a mask and sat in the packed stands with fellow fans of the president on June twenty-ninth Cain tested positive for the corona virus. On July second, his aides announced he had been hospitalized while fighting the disease his twitter account continued to criticize mask wearing and to promote unproven endorsements of hydroxy. On. July. Thirtieth CAIN aides announced he had died from the White House trump attributed the death to the thing called the virus cain among the most prominent Americans to die during this pandemic who was seventy four In many ways, Kane and trump were cut from the same cloth neither had been elected to any political post before running for the White House, both delighted in needling the Republican Party's establishment and the mainstream press they shot from the hip campaigned in slogans and didn't much care to learn the details. Both men were dogged by allegations of sexual affairs and inappropriate behavior, and both denied the allegations they proved disqualifying for Kane who ended his bid in December twenty eleven under intense scrutiny. But they did not derail trump just one election cycle. Later, they were also both savvy exploiters of the media. In saying things they knew would provoke outrage and thus amplify the celebrity at the core of their bids indifference toward if not hostility against what had come before was a cornerstone of their strategy, not a flaw. CAIN was born in Memphis in nineteen forty-five to a domestic worker mother and a janitor father when his dad was hired to be the chauffeur for the head of coca-cola, the family moved to Atlanta where cain would graduate from Morehouse College. He then completed his graduate studies at Purdue University after civilian service in the navy from there Kane moved from engineer to executive with Pillsbury and its subsidiaries of Burger King and Godfather's pizza where he would be its CEO. In nineteen, Eighty Eight, he oversaw Godfather's. From, Pillsbury throughout the same time yelled positions with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. That part of his resume lead trump to consider cane for a position in his administration a move that drew dissent from fellow Republicans who were not eager to revisit the allegations against Kane for three years. Kane led the national. Restaurant Association a lobbying arm for the industry that paid settlements to at least two women who detailed canes unwanted advances. His was not a typical career in his post. CEO Years Cain became a sought after motivational speaker and unsuccessful presidential candidate in two thousand and a Senate one in two thousand four. As, the tea party movement started to organize after Barack Obama's election to the White House. Kane emerged as one of its strongest spokespeople when the twenty twelve election cycle began kane decided to run the scrappy est of campaigns focused on untrue additional travel schedule that often seemed more like a book tour than an organizing effort. His novel nine, nine nine tax plan proposing a nine percent corporate business flat tax, a nine percent personal income flat tax and a nine percent national sales tax drew I rolls from economists but curiosity from voters. Antipathy toward front runner Mitt Romney proved sufficient to give cain a chance to rise in the late summer and fall of twenty eleven until his personal life just proved too much. But he didn't shrink from podcast life. Instead he became a ubiquitous voice and reliable critic of Democrats

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Brewers OF Cain opts out of 2020 season; series called off

Dickerson & Hood

00:41 sec | Last month

Brewers OF Cain opts out of 2020 season; series called off

"Outfielder Lorenzo Cain has opted out of the rest of the 2020 major league baseball season. How valuable is he? Well, consider this as we go inside the numbers brought to you by the new Ford Super duty built Ford tough since 2015 When Kane won a World Series with the Kansas City Royals. He is fourth among all Major league baseball outfielders. In war. The only three outfielders ahead of them are all M V piece Mike Trout, Mookie Betts and Kane's Brewer's teammate Christian Yelich. Most of his value comes on the defensive end. Since 2012. Lorenzo Cain leads all of Major League Baseball with 12 robbed home runs around Major League

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Former presidential candidate Herman Cain dies of COVID-19 at 74

Phil's Gang

00:39 sec | Last month

Former presidential candidate Herman Cain dies of COVID-19 at 74

"Cain, the businessman and political activist who made a splash and Republican politics, is a 2012 presidential candidate has died at the age of 74. Kane was diagnosed with grown a virus in late June, and he was hospitalized earlier this month in Atlanta when his condition worsened. The former CEO of Godfather's pizza emerged on the political scene in 2011 as a long shot candidate for the Republican presidential nomination against the field of more established politicians. Kane ascended. It was briefly a front runner for the GOP nomination Well, recently came served as a surrogate for President Donald Trump and with cochair of black voices for Trump can attended. Trump's Tulsa, Oklahoma Rally in June. Two weeks before his diagnosis with Corona virus.

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Herman Cain, former presidential candidate, dies from coronavirus at 74

Sean Hannity

00:41 sec | Last month

Herman Cain, former presidential candidate, dies from coronavirus at 74

"Presidential candidate and businessman Herman Cain, who died today after a month long battle with covert 19 tested positive after he attended President Trump's rally in Tulsa last month and did not wear a mask. Tulsa Mayor GT. Bynum said today that Cain's death is tragic. Every death that occurs due to this virus on this disease, and this pandemic is tragic, Bynum says. With every cove in 19 death, he can't help but think what more could be done to prevent future deaths? Kane was 74 years old. He died this morning at a hospital in Atlanta. It's unknown where he contracted the virus.

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Herman Cain, Former GOP Presidential Candidate, Dies After Coronavirus Battle

Curtis Sliwa

00:25 sec | Last month

Herman Cain, Former GOP Presidential Candidate, Dies After Coronavirus Battle

"Presidential candidate Herman Cain has lost his battle with Corona virus dead at the age of 74. He attended a Trump rally in Tulsa last month. Where he's believed to have contracted covert 19. He was not wearing a mask and has been hospitalized for a month. Kane was CEO of Godfather's pizza and co chair of black Voices for Trump Corona.

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Herman Cain, US ex-presidential candidate, dies after contracting Covid

Tony and Dwight

00:53 sec | Last month

Herman Cain, US ex-presidential candidate, dies after contracting Covid

"A story that's developed within the last half an hour. Herman Cain, the businessman. Turned presidential candidate has died after contracting Corona virus earlier this month, his website and Twitter account confirming the death. He was 74. ABC is Adam Kelsey Has Mohr Herman Cain parlayed a successful business career in his leadership of the Godfather's pizza chain into a tea party back to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012. He was briefly considered among the front runners, performing well in straw polls and garnering attention for his 999 flat tax plan, But he dropped out in late 2011 amid declining numbers still popular in conservative circles. Kane attended President Trump's tolls. The campaign rally in June but was hospitalized with covert 19 less than two weeks later. In a statement posted to his Twitter account at the time, said there was no way of knowing where he contracted the virus. Adam Kelsey, ABC NEWS Washington

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"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

"No pace about game. The the goal came about from a deflection created. Very let let. got a little bit in the second half or not say a let better, but quite frankly. As a spectacle of two of the bigger teams in the Premier League in England, there was an utter embarrassment. Stevie. Craig mentioned. You can't help but think where they were a year ago with a now. And what lies ahead I? Mean they're clearly plans you. Aren't going to perform. Jersey Marino on current on current evidence. Well. Actually the same, the same group of players, really one performance at the end either. Fact since they've played the not Champions League final. Pochettino struggled at the start of the year, and he ended up getting the bullet because of it. And I don't think he's going to change because. Humans Sean and look smarter. To me about. The. Individuals the two things on their own. You know the the not particularly great in my opinion Lincoln together and they. Certainly the settlers don't Lincoln off worthwhile Harry Kane and so previously when hurricane had the lakes daily Ali playing along with him. You know, how do we? Get in the box, and then you Christianson picking posses for hurricanes and playing with them. He doesn't have that. No, he's got. He's got either the cell soul..

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

11:29 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Videos of all this too and they would do all that and we would just celebrate each other and one of the roles that we had was. There's no we would always have ground rules and everything we did something. 'cause if you know about kids and siblings they will start to roast each other and it gets real negative real quick from always had ground rules. I was like every like if someone's performing in the talent show you have to support them. You gotta be positive so we would let them be creative. That was number one. I would say number two Talk to them. You know kids loved the talk. They just want to be hers their long ask stories where they just keep on talking. Let them talk because they're not going to always. WanNa talk to US okay. We're going to get older one day. Like they are today and I gotTa begged them to call me especially my brothers It's say let them talk and ask open ended questions at after school. Sometimes they come home. I will make a little snack and I would just ask them like deep questions about their day. Their friends their kids drama. Because you know kids always got some type of soap opera going on you own in the world right so let them talk and let them express themselves and then the third thing I would say is validate their feelings like kids have emotions too and so even when they're feeling sad and you know if they're filling a type away that you don't agree with the you don't have to agree with the whole space for them to have those feelings because it's important and I think it's so important. I had validate the children's feelings and let them know it's okay to feel you know it's okay for you to feel the way you feel because those are your feelings and they're valid even if I don't understand them I mean I want you to be sad. I may not want you to be depressed. I may not want you to be you know on confused about your sexuality because that's stuff that comes up to but it's like it's okay for you to this is a safe space for you to share anything with me. I always try to tell my siblings. I want you to feel comfortable coming to me about anything and I think sometimes parents say that and they mean it but then when they come to boss real shit you like got David I get it but as such if we want them to share. I think we have to hold. Space vessel three validate their feelings number. Four one of the things I did. I did my best to make them feel like individuals and it was a little challenging with you. Know Two boys and two girls but I did my best to try to take them on dates so we have what I would call boys days where I would take the boys out and just do stuff with the boys and so we used to go like it was so fung a out would pay money to get those long back we will go to Barnes and noble and we would just go read books and do stuff like that. I will take like Hershey Park and we do stuff you know me and the boys whatever they WanNa do it just is all about them and then the girls I will take them out. We go to the movies we go get mannies and peddies or go to Dorney Park and we do stuff just for them individually and I felt like allowing them to just feel special. I feel like you're like I was raised my dad. He was my first date like my dad. My sister and I on our daughter for a daughter. What is it daddy daughter dance and so I wanted them to feel like you're special. You don't need to get validation and you to get a date in someone to pay for you outside of the House. Unity filled that at home. Because it's so important. You know so my Dad. When he the way he showed up in my life it may have very high standards for men in general. So you can't just come to me like red lobster youthful special. My daddy used to do that. Okay my complete array lobster so what you do you know like that little my bonus of mosaic. I remember one one Valentine's Day our upset because nobody gave me gifts and then he was like come on. Let's go to dinner. What be like little bear and like I still think about that moment to this day and I was so happy I was smiling because I my little brother did the same for his daughter and I was just like over the moon like I'm always here for parent. Parent Child dates caregiver. Child dates all all the way because literally that time. Even if they're like in the moment I was like. Oh my gosh. This is embarrassing. My Dad's yet with later. It looks like when somebody came up. Okay but exactly exactly exactly and the last thing I'll say is Number five is documentation. I cannot tell you how much I doubt on my family and my siblings nerves because I was like the dedicated Paparazzi. I had my digital camera from Walmart and I would document everything. Okay I would document holidays. I have videos of them. They're teenagers now but I have videos of them when they were like toddlers and they were just so funny and just telling jokes and I have all these videos and I used to get on their nerves with exercise to always have the camera face but let me tell you how many times these low you know. What's reoccurring? Can you send me pictures of me when I was a baby? Can you say we one video and so documentation? Those are priceless moments. You cannot get back so document everything. Keep it on a hard drive. Because you know if you move relocate or put it in the cloud you don't WanNa lose it over the years and so I've noticed that even outside of my siblings other family members will come to me especially when get older like my grandparents are now gone but I have videos of them so when people miss them they always come to me because they know unlike the family. You know journalists. I'm the one that archived all that and it's just priceless moments that you can't get back and you can always just share them with your family in the future and it's just so special. I was A. I'm going to just circle back. So did number one is let them be creative number two yes never to talk to them. Ask Open ended questions number. Three is validate their feelings. Number four is take them on dates. Make them feel special and a number five is documentation. I I hope all guys got that because I really as she was speaking about it I was just thinking about how. Yeah all that stuff definitely just makes a difference. I think our parent our guest last week. Dana was talking about how in Char- Tyler sometimes will have her tantrums and she's just like you know when she has her. I might go get your feelings ashes like I just give her space like we get upset when kids are throwing their tensions but they're just expressing themselves and I just want to feel like you know you can't express yourself and I'm going to be like okay. I understand and then you just help them figure out how to do so in a way. That's not you know. As long as they're not hurting themselves to express their cause they're going to grow up and be able to express themselves in my son my son with peeves though tantrums all the time like he lau but like his screen is crazy but it was the other day he just came upstairs and like. I was like what's wrong. He was like I'm upset and I was like well. Why are you upset things like because my friend is gone and like I literally for him to express like he's missing his highlight able to to vote the lies there his feelings and I just? I'm so happy because I'm like I couldn't do that. That has a lot about you and your husband is incredible for your baby to be expressing stuff like that. Like that's another thing I would add is like the worst thing you can do is tell a child. Oh don't cry especially the boys is always. It is okay to cry. It's okay for Mindy Carla. It's okay because if you don't get those emotions out there that's why we grow up and we had these hard and cold men that want to express themselves because we haven't held space for them at home you know. And they're in their here and the development to do that. It's okay to let that stuff out is healthy your. I've really do not like I think it's comes from like the origin especially in the black community. It's like boyzone cryer. Big Boys don't cry. Don't cry. You're a big boy now and that it's like people are allowed to cry. Don't cry that's why I love that movie inside out like at the end they did all that and at the end it just. The girl just needed to cry. Sometimes you need to cry to get that ow and then you're able to bring yourself down in like okay all right now. I know I can do this. Like off together okay. So we'll let you comment like whit insulate. Just you know key lesson like things that you did for your siblings. I WanNa know like what are some things you're probably going to do as a parent like just kind of now that you know you're like okay. I think I I want this. Now what are some things you think you're going to do with your child after of Heaven Yes well let me just say I am so excited for motherhood and we've been trying to pregnant girls so I am. We are working on manifest in our baby. I am so thrilled about motherhood. I love kids and I would just say you know. I think I used to think that I would be like a very strict strict mom but I think now with having my siblings. I'm going to be an open minded mom like I just WanNa make sure that I you know. Not The you know on what kids sprains. Our parents used to say back in a day. Like I ain't I ain't a little friend right like I do. Want to be their friend in the certain regard. But obviously we'd have the you know the parent child relationship that we'd have respect. They are but I think for me. The biggest thing is you know kinda letting go of expectations and letting them grow into their own personal. Because the way I look at it you know our children come into the world as spirits on their own journey with less. They have to learn. So I've realized with my siblings like I can't say them from everything. I equipped with the tools but at some point I had to let go and so letting go has been a great a tough but beautiful journey for me with my siblings. You Know I. It was very challenging for me to move all the way to California from Philly but I was able to put my three younger siblings in a boarding school. My grandmother and I put them in a boarding school. Because my mom wasn't home and I moved away and it was such a huge that for me but I had to learn how to let go and how to trust the the lessons and the tools that I gave them through their upbringing in the lessons in tools that they've gotten from their parents and our grandparents and things like that and so I think that's the biggest thing is like. How can I support the soul? That has incarnated Indus World. How can I support them on their journey forward and in the last thing I would say is you know? I've been really really thinking about this as I prepare for my child and as much as I'm going to be obsessed with this little person that I bring to the world I am also then have to realize I want to realize that they are not mine like they are literally here for a sole purpose so I think sometimes when you when you take ownership of Your Katie. Like this is mine. Didn't get into co-dependency things. I want to make sure that healthy relationship with them. Why can support them and being a healthy individual? That does not need me. I don't want to make my existence dependent upon my child needing me you know. I think some people are are so afraid of that. Their child not needy. And I've seen that like witness where some people have a hard time coping especially when the child leaves the mess. Have a hard time coping when they do because they just they. They need somebody to need them. Sony. Because now we're getting into parent health and child because they should be kind of allow beats explore and just make mistakes on their own. No really feel like depend on you accepted. Thank you.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

10:39 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Toys is a maybe that was why he wanted the baby. He liked the baby that was in the movie because when the movie came on he was I. I gotta get my baby got. The baby came downstairs and was like showing the you know the movie on the movie but I realized I said that's why he wanted to be he saw. This is toy and literally that was asset just Like just giving him this base. I was like you know what that could went so laugh at. We could invite me and put it back. He would have been upset and confused. Why did they take this toy? How come they wouldn't give this to me? You know? And who knows how that would have impacted growing up? If if he you know so choose make decisions like I think so. I think we really need to be open minded over talking about how can raise a happy child. We need to have an open mind so I think that's something that's very big for me. You know just just those big things like understanding what what is happening is for me really staying consistent being having open. Mind giving space so talk to me. Would you feel like it's a happy child? Sweet me at Elissa biggby or comments or the Emmy on Instagram at Elissa underscore biggby also cross a come into you on their view of their dance. Which gives but talk to me. I really want to know from you as what is happy childhood. What do you think you're going to do Torri Happy Child? But before I think you know one thing I will say Are Today's guests teary is has allotted gyms and. I'm super excited for you. Hear them because she gets a lot about you know how to raise a happy child before we get into that. I got a big up. Another mom poor black Mambas business so state two pounds to skin care and self care. I M absolute worse. I always forget to my skin. I always just so deeply sometimes here to sold out of a window and my jaw professional but with unstressed body central's I have really been on top to Mike into coast. Skincare is a team that I enjoy now on. Stress Provide Ram by a mom who is local store via and she makes everything and made her with natural ingredients. If he's very knowledgeable she has. She makes spotting scrubs sheets oils. Everything is plant based she has facial. Scrubs soaps hair products will. You're very self insured and salt toast. She hurts the customer. Service is a mazing instance. Rare that you have a business owner cares that much to keep checking on shore. Here is dissapoint in that your products to and I'm so happy that north of Philly. Philly's so that you can find following unstressed bodies and chills Atkins at unstrap essentials. When you can place in order you can go on unstressed mind body DOT COM and play Sherp order today. Check it out okay. Everybody welcome. I am so excited to introduce today's guests. She is a phenomenal woman. Welcome Terry thank you so much Elizabeth so excited and let's just tell everybody a little bit about you. Terry is a net national podcasters speaker in brand strategist. She entrepreneurs to leverage social media and personal branding to grow their audience impact in their bank accounts. She's also advocate you in the past. But you know if you Terry you know the her story is not he know all sunshine rainbows her heard at the roots of her empowerment comes a story of place of her playing. You know as a child. You know her. Resilience enable to overcome physical and verbal abuse and defy statistics about children with incarcerated parents. I'm has been very vocal about struggling financially in Copenhagen coping with low self esteem and depression and still despite it all she has earned her master of Arts and Conflict Analysis and dispute resolution. She was a floor Miss Black America. Contest it okay. Y'All Ashi currently works at Asana and she is really well known for her her block which is gross pitstop which is a place of power for women of Color. Terry Oh my goodness your own easing. I can thank you elicit own. You can buy your empowering people can you know and I gave us a little bit into that site. 'cause I know you always talk about how your Your lifelong desires. Come from a place of hurt and pain. Can you tell us a little bit about second? Tell us about your childhood. He says you know what the thing is Elissa I. It's so funny because oftentimes I know when I was younger I used to think that when I got older I would like be released from my childhood. I kind of felt like Oh when I get grown route. Become an adult like everything's going to be roses and sunshine and so sometimes. I'm like Damn Hope. Can I cut your pockets girl? Are you okay? I'm like I know we do. Let me make sure I wanted to be throwing words around but I but I you know I got open house. I'd Dan I'm still talking about my childhood and I realized that we also have that internal child needs love right and that needs attention and affection and so. I often talk about my childhood even to this day because one based on what I went through like. I shouldn't be here today. You know what I mean and I'll talk a bit if I went through but I shouldn't be here today and I also realized I became an adult that. Oh No as you get older. That child doesn't just disappear like it comes up even more for you right and I realized that the older guy I was dealing with symptoms from my childhood and so I was raised in an abusive household Mom was physically and verbally abusive and she was also in and out of jail. And so my dad. My bone is dead. He raised my siblings. And I really you know when my mom was away and so for me the thing about it is I thought for the most part. I felt that my child who was normal. It was kind of all that I knew. You know as you go and dysfunction. You'd think Oh everybody's mommy leaves you know a couple of times a year and they go away and you go visit them and like I was used to going to prison and writing letters and getting those collect calls or the calls from prison of that. That was my norm and so. I didn't realize how dysfunctional it was until I got older and I was like. Oh this isn't normal like I didn't have a normal upbringing. This was abnormal. And there's a lot of pain and a lot of hurt and a lot of things that I dealt with that I thought were just me? I thought I was just you know messed up and it was like. Oh No. This is a symptom of the hurt. The pain scars that I had experienced when I was younger. That's NS crazy set. Like you mentioned and talk about the dysfunction. Seems normal as a child. You just made a really good point that you know. It's not for some of us. It doesn't hit US until we get older if it does at all Some people are still feel like. Oh you know I was fine and we see that sometimes apparent debates where you know especially when people are talking about white while I was yelled at but I turned out just fine and then some people are like. Are you something right? You brought that up that that's a good point. Yes so wild about like so when you know dealing with that like coming into. Kinda grown up to that dysfunction. What happened when you said at that point when you were kind of thrown into being you know raising your siblings yes so I have seven siblings and when I was let's see I was eight years old? That was my my first sibling. My I guess. My parents like their first child together. that was when she was born and so. I remember yet eight years old. I remember my mom being locked up after the baby and I remember my sister and I and my day like we were all just kind of bringing it together taking care of the family because mom was away and then I remember. Let's see I'm trying to think of all the different dates and that was kind of like a back and forth thing like this. Is I remember my mom going away? Ever since I was eight so it was like back and forth from eight years old up until I was about like Grad school girls so this was like a long journey and so all throughout that time you know. My little sister was born eight years older than her and then about. I WANNA say. Could you got a math? I'm trying to figure out the age of the other. Siblings were born years later but I have three additional siblings that I helped raise and for me. It just kind of became natural. Look I was one of those kids in school where or have to go home. And I can't go out with everyone else because I had to go home and make bottles and change diapers right or act to go home in college right after. Go drive home during the weekend. Because my mom's away my siblings I want to provide some sense of normalcy for them. You know I want to provide them with some hope. Hope and inspiration because you know. My Dad passed away a month before I went away to college. My Siblings didn't have my dad and didn't have you know stability at home. And so that was my big thing was like. How can I inspire my siblings? I was you know how it is when you have siblings. It's like oh my gosh. So annoying they get on my nerves. It was like that for a long time until I realized. Oh they don't really have anyone else. I think it was when my dad died. That was when I realized. Oh I have to step up big time and if I'm not there for them who's going to be there for them who's going to be the stability they need. You know who's going to provide the stability the and you aren't nowhere near close to home but it wasn't like home with like you know thirty thirty minute drive. It was a little it with a low drive. Oh man so literally like 'cause you talk about having your child you didn't really want to say he didn't really have a child while everybody was going out and you know doing the poll maybe. Dial Party. I'm just being back then. You were as taking care of your siblings in how wooder some things that came to mind as you you're doing. Was there ever a point when you're like oh.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

07:56 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Podcasters motivational speaker and founder of local girls. Pitstop and just how chatting about was like for her to raise stickling how she created space for them to be happy. Al Happiness on her back. Happy Memorial Day. Get your wine out-pizzas. Your and let's welcome back guys to so two of raising. Cain first off I just WanNa say thank you to everyone who listen to last the first episode actually of raising Cain Which was about no legacies mother where we taking from our parents? And what are we leaving behind as far as breaking toxic parenting and I was really excited to how many people listen to see how many you know to receive all the good feedback all the support. Thank you to everybody who shared. If you didn't get a chance to listen to a checking it out. Dana was absolutely amazing and a lot of things she talked about is definitely going to be relevant about today's topic. So let's jump on in so today we're going to be talking about raising a happy child and this came up to me because This came four because you know with may while May being mental health month Just the awareness of it and to just noticing how this pandemic has really been impacting mental health on just everyone mental health on parents as far as you know Some of us are managing working from home while also trying to be a fulltime teacher at the same time. Some of us are not working. So we're managing band trying to figure out how we're going to put food on the table keeping over our heads in pay bills and on top of that trying to stay in touch with you know. Stay on top of our kids work. So shout out to you guys. There has been a lot of criticism towards parents who are kind of dropping the ball. And let me just say those people? Because you know what you're doing the best you can and as long as you're doing the best you can. That's all you can do. Nobody has ever gone through something like this before. None of us could have been prepared for it literally at this point the bestest all you can do and I think you know. We're kind of losing that Simpson being sold judgy. But I've noticed that judgment has been going towards the kids themselves to and the kids themselves are starting to be stressed out. They're starting to eat the press. They're getting agnes anxious and just restless altogether so I wanted to focus on the idea of happiness came up because I was like how can I raise just a happy child? As a matter of fact you know I will go back even further so when I was working in schools. I had a lot of students of different ages. One of the school was elementary school. And I remember on this Particular Day. A girl came up to me. She was in first grade. And I remember telling me that you know. She never felt happy. She said that every day. She wishes that she gives you happy or she was never happy. And then after that preceded coming sometimes she just could wake up and die and my heart correct in that moment because to be told by a six year old a six year old. That is young. Y'All you saw that six year old. They feel like they are never happy. End The would not want to be on this earth anymore was just heart shattering and I remember thinking to myself like man like did I. I don't remember feeling like that at this age. I thought I had a pretty pretty decent childhood and While it wasn't the best not far there was never a point where at the age where. I just wanted to die and so that's what I'm talking about. I put it up on social media. Just kinda getting some feedback found. There are a lot of parents who were kind of concerned about bathroom. Their kids as well and ask me like what what what. What could we do as parents to make sure our kids are still in that way and I began to see that okay? I'm not the only bare hose. Kind of worried about this. Other parents are to other parents. Basically WANNA know. How can I raise my child to be happy? And just to prevent when prevent mental illnesses from arising or not even just mental illnesses but just protecting their mental health. Now I want to say that. It is normal for kids to be sad some days. Sadness is normal. I don't know if you guys ever seen that will be inside out a love at me because you know I remember throughout the whole thing was about keeping her happy and then any and you realize that she had to cry in order for her to to move on and to be happy what. She was poor per suppressing that Lucius killing her inside. So I I WANNA say like being sad is completely normal but when you have a child who is for days on end like these and date going into weeks months. Feels like you know hopeless. Restless doesn't really want to do the activities that they're used to doing then we have a problem in. That's when you're kind of you can be concerned and I think I do think the groundwork can help some mental illnesses. Just kind of come and go but I do think that there are things that we can do so let me go back to you know before I had my son I was thinking to myself would is agile. I think we need to start there. What is a happy child for me? When I first had my son I thought I happy child was just you know a to baby that sat there and smog all day. A Happy Jiao is not one not crying all the time you know. They're sitting there entered Google. They're getting lane. You're looking cute Mary thing. And that's that that that to me. That was happy and I think it's not only just meet. Society puts that in our minds spell that happy baby and hear from adults. There is like Oh. They're such a happy baby and they probably just seeing that baby for like a good fifteen minutes and babies dot cry now for me. I was anxious about that. Because my if we would go by that definition my`son was not happy. In fact I said cried a lot a lot lot and in anybody who knows me personally who has heard my son cry before his cry is like a screen piercing scream and so that kind played Maya motions because here. I'm thinking that I have child. Is this you know again this baby. That's not crying like that. They're smiling all the time. And here's my child. Who is alive so that kind of got me interested in? Sometimes I would even go out of my way to you. Know kind of just sigit stop beguiling. While I was just stop crying it will be so anxious a realize like how can I make what is happiness if I am? Suppressing my son's emotions is that really happiness. Is it really happy that I'm like kind of forcing them to kind of like training him to not cry in that expresses emotions and to just sit there and hold them in and fake a smile? That really happiness. No it wasn't and literally at headed check myself and at one point I decided you know what? Why Matt Lamb give out okay? So why he's crying and I had.

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"kane" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

10:57 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Sky when we did a play wigging together. Not that long before he passed away He was a mench he was. You may have heard or even seeing a beautiful beautiful ballroom. Dancer and Soft Shoe Dancer. He was great. We heard that he was. He had an amazing life. He was a world war. Two Hero and Anna Poll Room Dan so the piano to yes anna price fighter. Yeah and great drama in a warrant like day afternoon or you could put him in a in a broad comedy the movie or you could put or relationship comedy like tootsie and he was just rate time so so right and also. I'll tell you about bette. Davis career. Advice will outweigh the Charlie uranium buddies because he gave me some explicit advice. And what it was is. I was very young when we were doing when a stranger pause. Nih had a an abrupt excess at a very young age working with the best of the best of them and then I didn't know what to do as to how to kick the roller. Say Yes or no to job and you know if only I had known then would I not now but anyway Alec Trajan myself and I made some huge mistakes by the overthinking a rethink. Now just couldn't do. I couldn't decide so I said did Charlie one agonizing day on the set I said Charlie you know I just can't I don't know how to decide. How do you decide you know what's the next job you should say yes to? And here's what Charlie said. He said I say Yes to the first person that asks me that Avocado literally sick. I mean throwing anxious sick trying to make decisions as say yes I. I left performance of his. That people don't know about is to see him singing and dancing and the best little toss he he could do it all. And he was so brilliant on Broadway in Gin game and he could do any job ever meet Charles. Turning High Sim. I remember one time at the comedy. Ward's I did a bit about how they got ned beatty did. Did he know about the rape scene in deliverance? Before he accepted job and I said that they at least one of the lines was did they. At least ask. John Sterling Gilbert. I WanNa ask you question. Go Bird or am I am in a Oh I just WANNA and just hold it. Turns out jolts turning was in the audience and I went over to him and he said I would've taken apart. I can score. Ila almost cut the punchline. To what what were you gonNa say this because you said when you were so young and you started at a comedy club and it was what you put your name on the list and they call you up and I just was wondering if you ever ran into her work at the same stages Andy than I remember seeing him at the clubs and he'd go on and I remember laughing when he went on stage and he starts singing hundred bottles of beer on the wall and at first the audience laughs because they think well he's not GonNa sing the whole song and then he proceeds to sing. The entire song went to Some college performance of his. I think it was at a college in a big theater. Like a bill colleges. He was reading from. He used to read the Great Gatsby. I think it was a great yes. Fear was Warren piece. Or you know it was and picked up the book and he began to re in then he read that whole m effort book people in Audience. Just little buy literally emptied out the audience out because they had not signed up for thinking that this comedian is going to read up piece of important literature for like six hours in. That's what he did well you I guess you met him or at least worked with them on taxi. As you've seen them in the clubs first carol or or or after you got to know him on taxi you went to check out the AC. I think that I had not seen them. I think that I went. I got the part then. I investigated who he wants us. The Gym Brooke. Seeing you in in Hester street somehow lead you playing Simcoe? I always wondered that. I am Magin. It might have had something to do with it of the foreign speaking of one language. Of course I imagine it did but I don't really remember him saying that but I think it did because I didn't have to audition and Those were the days when movie actors did not do television. The all again I notice it And I was the same little stupid idiot that I was because such great writing right but then I watched episode of Taxi. Jack Gilford was an nights. That will alright. If Jack Gilford will say yes. The Nile says yes and I did it with much disdain but then came to understand that that was some of the most brilliant writing you can find anywhere about those writers. Ed Weinberger was here with us on the. What did we have him? Gilbert about two years ago I guess so I I lose track and right I think in one of your emmy speeches if not both of them. You thank drugs. Set Weinberger Stan Daniels. Can you give them their due? Because you were always so appreciative of that writing. I you know it was everything I mean. Jalen rose was really brilliant director Other people that came on later in the game but without the writing you know you just to blithering idiot out there like flapping your lips do something. Because is that everything. It's everything that you have to stand on this the writing joining that gym burrows here too and you remember Gill yes did you witness any Avanzi cult pens like hijinks care causing trouble on the said. Well I'd have to say complete. Yes in a complete note that and this is why and he had created foreign man Who later became lot He had created him way before and foreign men was a character that he performed in nightclubs and Probably I don't know everywhere at for a long. We were foreign men wedge hired to be on taxi turned into lot. Get SO ANDY. Hold them a right up front that he had certain very strict. Stipulations for saying yes and one of them was that he would only do. I think one more than half said shows or maybe just tapped the shows and the other and unbelievably important to Andy was that he would only have to come in Monday for the table. Read on Friday morning for the Finalizing the blocking and run before we performed a show Friday night so that leaves three whole days of five day week. That deal is nowhere to be seen and You call that Hijinks of because it was certainly a very very difficult for me because I come from the stage so it's the opposite of me. I like to Rehearse Rehearse Andy Field that knowing him so very well as an artist if he would rehearse too much he would all lessen the quality of his work so anyway then I think maybe the first time that Andy Nye had a really big episode together And he still kept his contract. Lynn commend and Tony Dance. So he walks in on Friday and Tony. Danza would so angry on my behalf which nobody had a right to be but he was so protective of me. He got so angry that went andy walked onto the stage in the beaches. He turned the fire. Hose on for real. I mean a real. How firehose right at Handy? Who was so shocked and I think I mentioned to stay pretty hard you know. And and both sides were right. You know that's why I say yes and no. It could be considered hijinks that he wouldn't show up but it was also in his contract. And of course everybody knows the story of Win Angeles hired to play a vic on On Lot.

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"kane" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

10:25 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And then we did a play called Hill that has been meade Roberts road and that was with Bengals Zara and Patti lupone and just a great Zara. Gill yeah another avenue. Another favorite of his thank. Jack was the other day. That's a good one. Which he you know up any years too much right. You do all these people. It's amazing that you that you worked with and also so early in your career and what you're still in your twenties you're working with John Kesse vet eason's and senior. I wasn't in my twenty two and I worked with John. K O forgot totally for the did most incredible thing at will. They were all incredible that I got to do with John was said he end kneeling. Hey had written up play slash movie the I say slash because between the Jewish. Nobody could decide if it should be. Maria play But we worked on it for months and months and a lane and I laid a really bad hookers it failing hookers in and that we were so opinionated about who are John should be that. We never had any work because we never would. We just had too many opinions about them and John was in it and it was so great and Peter Clock was gonna directed and then he couldn't anyways it's just a wild experience and a great great great experience and you want insured bill. Murray who said that you saw during scrooge you how to pull on his lip yes but but again it was shakespeare. Who made me do it? The I did you know and Oh you know. Oh and I worship So great but I did I think in the course of having to him in rolling come up flying position and splattering with my wings with my back to him in the kitchen where I I really couldn't see exactly where my wings landing gear view mirror anything and then the whole thing look anyway. I did hear rumors from bill himself. I think perhaps I had caused him some harm which I certainly had not intended to amount one of those actors that likes to get physical. Even if it's GONNA in but I don't know I guess these were real stunt things in some of the Mike do and some of them I guess. It couldn't instance lucky bill. I Did. I did not actually hit him with a toaster. That did not make contact. I swear stories floating around on the web. That Gilbert's a referring to what you had to you had to pull his lip down at a certain point and you you. Maybe you yank a little too aggressive injured said. Turn the wet yeah. Let's every they say how to take a few days off now Gilbert annotating. We'll check with Richard Donner Gilbert. You auditioned for that movie. Yes yes I logged who? What's his name? David Johann you again to be the goes trick. Yeah I think I was going to additioning as the cab. Driver that yeah. Yeah but David I mean yeah listen But where does this thing on the web? Come from Dick Donner or bill. I Dunno it's floating around some various interviews or you find the ten these articles like ten things. You didn't know about the movies. Yeah Yup mental flying that if the world ever goes back to work I will never go back to work again. Yes you've been black Walter injuring bill. Murray in nineteen through. Okay WanNa Gilbert's favorites into this show and that is the late Great Sidney Lumet. Yes yes I'll bet you heard with. Yeah Sydney resume. Okay so I guess this is probably floating around on the web and you know the thing was Sydney is he resolves so fun but theater and so on. Undock gap noon. We did something that I have never experienced before or after making a movie in that. Sydney rented a hall above the Second Avenue. Deadly there was kind of a big hall their events and stuff there but very old fashioned with the wood panels end they taped off hall state the AG taped up that hall. Like you do on when you're releasing play They tape off the stage or the rehearsal hall floor to indicate where the bat is and where the door is. And there's nothing there but it's taped to give you an idea of of the space. You're working so they did that. And we hearst. That will be so that we could run it top to bottom like a play well and a couple hours we would run from the beginning of the show till the end of this show. I E movie and This was so helpful because When you get to location you know you can never shoot in order and we we that little body of people tramped into that bank over days and we had to really understand what the passage of time with no air and with the crowds. And if I out there and the head to really all know together of one mind what was happening to us and because he did rehearse it that way we we knew added. Except Yogurt. I have Italian and I hope you feel. I was cheating on you hockey but the other laughing episode. That nearly killed me in my life was dog day afternoon because somehow whenever al lacked the cashiers in everybody into the vault we started notch liberal uncontrollably. Like six of US. And it was on controllable. Al is trying to do like a great actor a bank robber complicated person. And then we just all are finally Penny Allen who played the head teller shooter so great Us thank God and she said. You know AL is trying to work. Here is trying to do his job and That's shut us and it works but for days every time we get in the boat we couldn't stop and movie also in that movie aside from Pacino was an actor who I think he did only five movie yes and each one was greatness. Bigger I saw you in that documentary about his life. Carol my friend real heartbreaker lost him so young and now it has to say and I would have to say because it's true that he was a two genius. You know in a short career Godfather Godfather to dog conversation and the deer hunter red body of Work Charles. Turning to we have to ask you about. Oh He's in there and I think four or five Charlie yet The movie I did with Markelle Directing Cloud Harry and Walter go to New York did not have a success. But it had in it Diane Keaton Charlie at Jimmy Con League grilled anyway. Michael Cain Michael Caine. I love that movie people. The I'll tell I'll tell our listeners to find that movie. It's on a Ian Walter Gordon. Yes that was the first time I think I would to Charlie and then dog day and then we did a to a stranger calls movies together and the muppet move was actually another one rich. I'm blanking on but if it comes back to me I let you know what was he like? I mean You know we love these characters. Carol we got on this show about people like Charles. Turning right like Jack Warden Gilbert arm Martin Balza Balls of these great solid American character actors. We just paid your show up on the set and they're always good. It's always great. He Charlie was a Colla.

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"kane" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:41 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Hi this is Gilbert Godfrey nisus Gilbert Gottfried to mazing colossal podcasts with my co host Frank Santo by our guest. This week is a multiple emmy winning and Oscar nominated actress and favorite performer of both Franken. Myself we wanted to have her on the show for a long time and it only took being trapped in her apartment to get her. You seen how working popular. Tv show such as cheers signing trout. Homicide lie on the street. Family Guy. Girls Gotham on breakable. Kimmy Schmidt and die and taxi for which she was awarded to four work as Sim gut aches and she can be currently seen as weapons expert. Mindy Markowitz in Amazon's new series hunters she's also given memorable performances on the Broadway and off Broadway stage in notable films like carnal knowledge. The last detail Annie Hall. The muppet movie Dog Day afternoon the Princess Bride Scrooge Dr and my Blue Heaven sleepwalk with me and Hester Hester Street Jewish nominated for an academy award for best actress in a professional career that began when she was just fourteen years old. She worked with talents like Woody Allen Mike Nichols Elaine may Steve Martin Andy Coffman Bill Murray. Jack Nicholson Sidley a May and Al Pacino as well as podcast guest steam boost semi and Bagel junior league. Glad Richard Donner Marilu. Henner were should Benjamin and Peter Rickard. Please welcome to the PODCAST. One of the most versatile and original performers off the last five day gates and a woman who says that job offer stop after her Oscar nomination until she was rescued by the late. Great Gene Wilder Fabulous Carol. Okay time is up now after a long intro. Now now I guess you remember the first time and maybe only time we worked together on a member about it. Is that it producers have to separate us. Because I couldn't stop laughing at Gilbert. He broke me up every second and they add the they had a separate as like being bad at school. Yeah I think it was billy and Mandy Save Christmas Mr and Mrs Claus is see my darling and and you I would say something. You'd start cracking up and then I'd watch you laugh I J- Sta and then after a while it got to that point. Where if either one of US looked at each other? We and could not begin. I is that affect on people. People Gilbert Oh yeah and it was funny because he did treat us like he's had you wait outside. We're going to do one at a time talking like too bad kids. Were Carol just so. We don't leave the listeners. Hanging tell us about what what we put in the intro there about you. After Hester Street you got the Oscar nomination as strangely enough. The phone stopped ringing. Is What people say what you would expect would be the opposite really a solid year where you literally pick up the phone like if you're in love with somebody in and they're not loved you and you're waiting for the phone to ring and every so often you have to pick up the phone to see if there's a dial tone of work now. I wasn't ringing but it was working and You know the character that I was nominated for. Little Ghetto was a Russian Orthodox Jew and only spoke Yiddish for the first two thirds of the movie and Lorscheider horse here Shaida which is a religious. We cover a married woman's real hair for modesty show. They're not allowed to those parts going around. And because you know Hollywood did and still does tinted typecast you know. Nobody had anything for me because they thought it had to be that same character. Not The you know so it was nothing and then gene called gene wilder called me one day out of the clear blue sky and offered me the world's greatest lab which was a comedy had never done comedy at all and no. I made him think I could do it but he did. He had faith in meat and milk produced in any way it. I think is really good. Although it didn't get a lot of England a lot of advertising because of certain things about what when it came out I watched it yesterday. It holds up surprisingly well. I hadn't seen it since the seventies you remember..

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

01:47 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"She played. She played well. Thank you so much data like this out. I was so glad that we were able to have you today. Because you are super busy and we been up into your world. I think this conversation will definitely benefit so many black moms blackhawks who are thinking about starting a business or bipolar. Just like how it is going to be my legacy. Maybe just became a mom. And you're wondering where some things you do. I definitely think you you will benefit from this conversation. So let's all thank you Dana. You're welcome thank you so much for having me. There is no map to other hood. There is no guide. Motherhood there is no manual for when it comes to Black Motherhood. It is a whole different story. An literally you're just figuring things out day today but we can honor mothers. That came before us who kind of set the groundwork for us to walk on and on to create our own so I hope you guys enjoyed your mother's Day. Sure New tweet me. Your legacy is what your mom is at Elizabeth. Mead you can also go on my ground at Elissa underscored and check out my website elicited dot com slash raising cain where we will have more black holes for discussions about parenting and just be more boss. Moms. And if you're interested your mom you're who wants to be feature be sure to hit me up on instagram twitter for even to me email at Info at dot com the care guy..

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

10:07 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"With kids. I mean literally suicide. No Dad I. I tried to do meditation in your me. Go and we've probably been doing it. L. Maybe about So the other day. She cuts one thermometer gouging by no IDEA TO DO A. He's ever done you. Her and I was kind of waiting to think when he can go to Bamberg over. I don't have those those issues. So he went in there but he did bake. Today are real no out of shape by today. Yoga working get Pale ears which pig when you was one of the more but there but I mean he's very very good. I never a problem that is like oh I have to do apply to or I have to go from there have to host a workshop. I you know you to keep her. You know heat find okay. I'm glad like you know like you said you. You will straight like asking. Why Yup I need you to do this and I feel like a lot of MOMS struggle with big. 'cause I've I know when I first hacking I'm trying to do everything by myself. I was GonNa do it do it? Why am I not asking him like he helped made this kid? Like what am I what am I doing with? You gotta reach out to your resource. Even if you are single mom there are some people you have resources in. Why not use that? Can Thrive on me. I'm not close friends. They have kids. That are walk of fame as a matter of time. And it's like you know they might have issues with their head in a five day. You need a babysitter today. Whatever came be like they know that they have and for. I definitely think utilize your friends that you don't feel like family close mouth. Don't get soon as most people here. And especially if it's something like one of my friends need help picking her up from of you days of the week and she was like look out cash. You know not me. I don't WANNA I don't even want to necessarily take it from you because you. I'm calling because I want to do well. Old Is have been faith. You know what I would say because this way like much the kid picking millions tender only look you recovery about the day when they came home from school because they definitely got a new coach. Claims might even have to listen. What do you want your legacy to be seen? How like you may think of your mom how you can have your mom would is something you want me to think of you. And she's reflecting on you as a mother yes fine. I'm definitely driven nine ribbon to my own regiment other detriment. I don't like people. They are so focused on their goals that they forget about people around them and their feeling you know I want. I want them to the TV. You can work towards a goal is still have balance in your life because I think people were good. They see their gold and they don't find it And I want her to feel like no. My mom was wait a she getting. It is still giving need all the love and everything but I just want her to lie. My Love Bay air for you. It was a good yes. I definitely think she will for sure that that'll be. You're like you're already fulfilling it definitely and I wanted to. I'm so before we close out on. Gosh like just so many gems so many gyms I wanted to know like. Do you have any upcoming race? Sources that MOMS who are listening may WanNa take part in or maybe. There's something that you read. Tell us about that. Put THE PLUG. Amazing Amazing instagram teams in a caucus village of wombs woman is that a woman will envy hurry. Okay with knowing the woman In the founder is Laurie and she is F- to be absolutely amazing but she's also having conversations about bugger hood about by she holds Nita or mom and your children. I also starting from work in herbalism. So she'll cotton get bombed evening. Thanks for but I think for black mom That's the amazing amazing resource. I mean Laura Ingraham so many great things if you're breastfeeding number one number one. What by that. I commend is telling MOM DOT COM is not a black by any means but I feel like mother. Don't work enough or not a no. You know from hockey try. We you know Campbell champion out of trouble and I can't figure it out did was by when I tell you just like the copy. Has It from breastfeeding all the way? Until you're being start eating solid so just I really give you. You know like. We're trying to by own wives tales from my mom and you know how three months you could start giving the baby stage job. No but it's like no this guy. Raleigh breakdown thing. You realize like okay. Wait. This is fine but in normal times you know you can actually understand And also you know in the hospital. A lot of women don't know did they ask for station for you. Get home and other. And I don't know what to do. And you're sitting here he google and it's like fifty million by. I recommend Lia Lincoln for all of our is about you your mill. Anything that you go we need you can get from by were for eating I mean if you had an act of all the Are only who dollar. Yes it in you. Another adult in. How was thirty may let you do? Three children per active You just my car in museum. I I don't know that was a bit you all of Institutue Academy and I in fact Kerry l Mutter Museum pretty much old. The major made to argyle's major ears. You use a record. I think even some wide I think you could. If you're young like Franklin Square. You can get on a carousel for two. Which is us? Save up money out if you know you know. I think that Greek you want to the Franklin is to you. Have you know basically a hundred dollars at your family of four is have really yes? Twenty five dollars per person so right yes right where we really great saying that utilize to be able to do things with your kids Lock Museum carefree days and source. Please make sure you guys followed. Should I put them to you? A business page or but how about both both fine? 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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Him Bending over there on the weekend still have to make him. You know and client service inbetween all the in only. If you're thinking about becoming entrepreneurs get a book cleaner like coming. Yeah digital or eight on your phone and you consider but nothing like this book. Hey we are. This is not week Arkansas. I can feel lately so you writing it in. The book is Instilling. Ingram bringing the things to do anything as long as it done within those at nine out here John. Get out so you know I because I'm home with agreeable my day and I always make sure I do something for her in our gaze whether a museum everything is playing out for us but someday I'll wake up and I'm not doing anything today. Come on yes anything here. Important thing I we. I checked my business email Monday through Friday. I did do like a hobby. I was you know. Just check up throughout the day of stuff. Why did But other than I don't work all weekend and ending Van and I'm not waking up at the curriculum. You know whenever I wake up into the bottom of workout. That's when I'll work in southern death even better give me a little bit today but I think that you of being an entrepreneur. We don't have to live in the Western is shit. Look why it gives you. Can you talk about how you now John has been. Are you and your husband? Kinda that like are you like? He don't take child. Let me get this work done. I was at Derby Day. I'm like those terrible like bad here. Her I'm like knotty like it did put it in day. You know. We're we're rate a pure things together. he was the only child so. I think everything about being apparent. He loves being.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

10:10 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"And do you feel like that might affect your outlook on how you were going to raise your child like the way you were raised. I've no I loved it open. I mean he has some terracing things that I didn't agree with I do agree with but if orange by like this past is creativity and do one thing there is going to benefit your future and giving drive. You know like my mother. The Civic People's I okay you know if you try something and I agree with that but then I don't you try something as a kid by are really be eight and I love the idea of all the way through but I think there's a mother you know your child but also windy where you're a day. No if their employees or not. I don't know whether there I definitely I feel like. I think we do take that. Like you need to finish things in that was like Kinda Hammer on Especially millennials and it's like at some point it's like this is not working. You GotTa let me. Just drop this and I feel like that's a big problem for a lot of people. Now who are in these positions that they don't like their jobs. They hate their relationship day because druthers mentality. We don't put anywhere you know. It doesn't suit me actions yet. But you're not gonNA make you. You know I feel like that's your parents really play into. Your mom did for me but no you started even though you know you might afford to player. Who wanted to all? I know you need to be adopted and I believe his need the city but let me what I want to open. It was funny I was somebody was having a live on the news talking about you know keeping making sure. Kids are a healthy and active and she was like a deer. Black mom yet. Black daughter does not have to be in dance Activity she can do other things in our describing. There are so many times I get kids. Come in not want to be there at all. They're like my mom but it's not something year page about realistically. I'm into waste money. I don't know everything upholds because what Meco with Valerie and when I tell you I'll put on misty copeland videos and she has been in my living room for three straight days wearing out the issue. It's still love it. I see look happy. Don't WanNa enjoys doing. It absolutely could hurt in back of he enjoyed the other kids. You because you notice right and took our cues. You weren't just like let me just this in your like seeing that. She really loves this. And you're like okay. I see you love it. I'M GONNA put you into it because now I see this is what you're into at least for because mother's Day is coming up at the time this airs it will mother's Day will have passed out. I feel like when we come around. Mother's Day we often reflect on our motherhood in also may be the way we were raised. And so I wanted to ask you you know. What was your relationship like with your mother. I know you touched on a little bit like your mom was. I started this. Finish it you know. Would you say that you and your mother were closed with you saying like we were kind of okay What was that like? I would say near my mom clue. Oh should I like? I was anything that I wanted to do. Creatively all wide endeavor Mama by the hundred. She's trying to help me figure out how to do it. Me and my sister you know like okay well we just third and for is by how. I'm looking like Jada. Pinkett willow is conversation about things. They baby uncomfortable. I would never have gone so that you know. That's how our relationship with were. It was like okay. You're up here. But there was no edge lifetime thing you know how they. I'm not one of your little friends. There was definitely a for the demarcation whereby back okay. Prn Portable your dream to an extent. Yeah but if or is like okay I'm ever you remember me and my mom. Every of the day I was never comfortable. I talk about okay. I liked the way him to call the house. Because my mom a crazy I wish more black MOMS would do that. I wish more MOMS would have conversations with their especially your daughters like I feel like conversations are had with sons about sex but there's not enough conversations have daughters and I think there needs to be that needs to happen definitely definitely I mean I like any intimate conversation. You know if I offer like married for thirty something years now and I was having around the house and I think a lot of parents. I don't know what's going on here. The idea is kids like we know that something's not right because when the nearby drama between India the able character speaker everybody. But you know I can do it. I just feel like I want to hear it down and be honest. You know why you don't have to tell me like you know what I thought his. Don't have to be left in the dark. Like you're you're protecting them to their detriment. Yeah I feel like there's like they try to make this like perfect but it's like we see we can see you ain't talking to buy you it again. Do by a lot of times. I felt like okay. We're doing I'm usually by nail with the adult by you know. We have Obama favors known to make your kids comfortable but I just felt like there wasn't a real lighting. Yeah Yeah love is crazy like you mentioned like you Najer adult urine adult. You kinda like process like this is what was happening. Do you feel like it was better that they didn't tell you all the details or did you feel like you want it. That would have helped. You feel more respected. I guess I WANNA say just to be pulled in to know because happening. I mean like my mom if I her in big only like only in nobody out naturally father and things like that okay great but I also like kinder gentler by you know mom head. No word no fell off your bike like okay. Let's put on your income. You know I feel like if I had a rather she would have been the type of mom to be like no. You don't have to cry your boy. We know that not true. You know just like he doesn't have she didn't have those type of by crying for you know my emotions that should have been able to let out especially especially at you know what I think. I've seen that come up on twitter a lot where people talk about like how talk about they call it. Post Post Slave Syndrome syndrome. And basically like you know how how parents some parents can be harsh on their kids and it as a way of protecting them in a sense might in holiday. Think that that may be a harsh new and telling you. Oh you don't need to cry crying boy. You know you're a big girl. You're a big boy. Stop crying or you shouldn't feel this way or just get up is like them protecting you into the railway honest is that really a form of protection babies like you said you want to get out exactly. So what imagine your relationship like no one like Phil? Anat had your relationship being with your child both of your kids at steps on the wall. I try to do a Lotta loving your and I hope to them. You know that he's about and he's a fortnight crazy. Only two games all day long so this is a couple of months ago before this. I mean I'm glad to hate the DIN. Knock now which he had the the Mike when I thought you on game off all of the apple wake up from the game. Okay so I I I had to look. This is there will no game before it is common in the morning and the summer. I think you should and like.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

11:50 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"Another thing that I knew I did not want to pass on the perfectionism. The perfectionism of parenting Like really pressuring by child to feel like they have to be perfect and they have to be the prodigy gifted all the I feel like it is the most. Obviously y'all on social media all talk like posting like how how. Jj can can read age to in this nat- dog or flash cards and all that and it's cold like you definitely should learning is is very important with some people are literally obsessed with having a genius. Kid It is okay to have an average kid. It is okay. If your child is not proficient advance prodigy. Everybody is obsessed with having prodigy. I see all the time whenever I'm teaching. You know there's a mom who's you know. China force her kid to do a trick that she obviously can't do and you know they they want them to be the dance prodigy and I'm like they're just not in that. That is okay. This can be that they just simply enjoy doing and I see it. Even in a education settings where their parents like? Y'All know lie when I used to give out grades. There are parents who are upset that their kids did not get an advanced great that they weren't Advanced and I think it got so bad to the point where the school actually took it away. They took it out. And then you know what we cannot no longer label. A child has advanced because other parents were complaining about that and I literally just sat there remembering like thinking to myself. I hope I'd never become one those parents because it just simply is not the is not that D. to me I feel like my son will. I've learned my son will do what he wants to do. When he is ready he did not walk before age want. I think my son started walking probably a month after he turns one that's when he started walking. Hey did not talk into well after two and now he won't stop talking and I had to understand that you know what this kid is going to do when he wants to his own time. There is nothing I can do and I'm not going to push it. I'm not doing all that. It is just not that deep. I am more concerned about personally. I am more concerned about much is being a decent human being. There seems to that that seems to be lacking. I'm seeing a lot of people who think they're prodigies and they're lacking intelligence and common sense and compassion empathy all that. I do not want that. That's not what I want as a mother. So you know the whole perfection. Idea of you know you have to be perfect. You have to be kid. Oh you need to bring home all as that was something that was drilled into the it was drilled into growing up like you you only have as a beasley named it. That's what you get. There is no see a seat is failing anything below that. Don't come home Even a B. A. B. was questioned. Why did you get a b? How come you didn't get a okay? You got as and bs but what is these. What are these BS? Why did you get that in? I realized look guys like two weeks ago. I was doing an assignment for because I'm in Grad school to be a therapist and I was working on an assignment and literally started having an anxiety attack as I was doing it. Because I've been kind of have logan trouble in this class lured. Let me tell you. Psychopathology is is not want to play with. It is not is not one So I literally like out here especially Dora quarantine trying to do this online learning which I am not good at doing that and I'm literally like I was getting like bees in usually pop as like nothing so I'm like sitting here doing this assignment. I'm having anxiety attack. I call my mom. I can't stop crying Literally I'm going to do horrible in this class will be and she was like my mom had to stop and she literally and she was like. I am so sorry that you know you feel this way. But it's it's just not that serious. Are you going to be like that for Kane and she reminded in this crate? She reminded me and I was like. Oh Yeah I had to go back like this is what I want. I was like I want him to be like this and this is why didn't so. Why am I doing it to myself? Now if I don't want to do is to my son. Why am I doing it twice out in? I realized I have to remember that. This is why because at age thirty. I'm up here about to cry about a be at age thirty and I remember being young crying about bees. I remember that and I told myself I would never want my child to feel like that again. So that perfectionism and that you have to be perfect child you gotta be top class. That's just not my priority. If so happens to do that. That is amazing. Congratulations but I just realized for me. That was not my priority. So those are two things shifting gears to the positively I will say there is definitely some things. I am absolutely my mom so one of the first things that I knew that was going to pull out in. Make sure my son had experiences. Mom's very big on experiences. My mom made sure that traveling was a priority. You will be going somewhere. You will not be sitting here. Billy only seeing the city you have to get out and you have to experience things. That's how my mom was and it didn't even have to be fired and have to always be outside the country. Sometimes we would just do a simple day trip to Washington. Dc and. I will go to the zoo where I will go to. The you know the museums out there. I remember we went to Baltimore. We went to the Black Wax Museum. Chosen the anybody any black kid. Every black kids should be at the Black Wax Museum at one point in life. I'm lead right here. But I remember her taking Taking their in that except was experiencing I'd still remember it. It's in my brain and that was something I wanted to pass on to my child so for Christmas every year. We do not do gifts we instead go on a trip. My son loves like my son doesn't even he doesn't ask for gifts. He's just excited that we're going to go somewhere. He just like. Oh we're going on a plane. The plane the highlight of the trip. Just but are we going on the plane? And I'm like yes like we're going on a plane and that was enough for me. Ask for nothing. He's not intimate cereal. Things he literally just wants to experience things with us and that is definitely something I had taken from. My mom and I am so grateful that she has done for me because I feel like that has shaped who. I am as a person in Parsley who I am as a mother. Another thing that I am so grateful that my mom has passed on to me is advocating advocate navigating anybody know gape America not that she is not a plane not to be with okay before we will be talking about Karen Online talking about Karen. All please carry what's manager whatever no. Pogo biggby wants a manager okay. My Mom will like sit there. Write letters when someone a business did does not do the right thing. I remember my mom coming up to school whenever the school we try to you know. Get in trouble for small things. I really remember in high school. There was a teacher who I'd on me and my bomb came up there. Like just shut it down in. Lilley was just not she. She just wasn't about today and that's difficult because some parents with that. Something are scared assistance. But my mom was just. She wasn't a person. I was scared of the system and that has transferred to me. Because I'm always advocate for my child for those no. My job has a speech delay so he has a IEP. So I really like fighting every day. I had to fight with his services because he had A. He had instructed that I felt like was not giving their all. Kinda half half behind in have a little bit and so I had to go. I was emailing Abbas calling in the other parent had been dealing with that for years but she didn't know how to do it but yoga knew how to do because she's gaping big daughter in so she found the email she went up there in. Beverly she got she definitely got new news this therapists of the child and I think we're to take that with me when he goes into primary school when he just kindergarten. I'm going to still have that advocating. So I'm so grateful that my mom passed onto me and that is something I wanna pass norm. Definitely passing onto my son because he is not afraid to advocate for himself right now so those are just a couple of things that I am super happy. I am super happy guys as I reflect that this is what my legacy as a mother will be in what was given to me so. I love to hear you. Would you guys think I want you to tweet me at Elissa? Be and tell me where some things that you're gonNA take away from your mom or what is something. You're not going to take away talk to me about it like maybe there is an experience that you had that was just like nope. I'm not doing it. Everything is learning experience so I want to know so tweet me at soliciting me and let me know your thoughts but before we move onto our interview. I want to prop up a bomb among for Noor. Who has mother black mom for nor at that in a little bit about her business so stay to quarantine has kind of caused us to lose a little bit of ourselves? We've been in the house not getting dressed. We've just been sitting in sweats and guys. We don't deserve that. You don't deserve that mom. You deserve to be comfortable. You also desserts able to look at feel sexy and that is why I'm here to PROP UP DREAM. More sleepwear drink more sleep where is owned by a wonderful black mother? Chicago board and it is just a great ran. I've fought myself to things about myself. One little just a pair of like a onesie. A short wanted with long sleeves and it was so comfortable guys like I was able to sit in all day so cute as I was walking around with my slippers I even did a little savage in because it was just so much fun and I also bought one of her silky robes and I was full of so sexy like it was something. I needed to refresh in quarantine. So even if you're sitting at home you don't have to look like among you could get your makeup on bill nine and get your dream more sleepwear. She has all different sizes She has like for extra swells up to large is she also has different materials. She can have silky long sleeved. Onesies of monthly and Pant Ones Even. She also has short sleep onesie. Lots of different style. She has white paint everything guys. Follow Dream More sleep at instagram's at Dream D. R. E. M. M. O. R. E. Sleepwear and ladies treat felt the Chilton so dream. More sleepwear business that I am propping up like mother support so today we have Dana. Maddox and if you do not know Dana. She is the founder of Twelfth Glow. Which I like to Cau- as just a wellness one stop shop for all wellness. She makes candle. She has workshops that she hosts a retreats. She is also a dual lass. She's been helping out with the women giving birth which is some great for Black Motherhood especially since the state of the world's Day and She also did a lot of tyler. Play to things like that so I'm super excited Dana. How are you.

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"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

Raising Kane

10:13 min | 4 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Raising Kane

"What's up y'all welcome to episode one of Raising Cain the adventures of Black Motherhood? We are going to I. I in talk about like seat. What is your legacy as a mother? And what do you want to take away? We're also going to be propping up. An amazing black owned business support via black mother dead. We are going to be having a special interview by founder of wealth. Glow Dana Mad. And she's going to tell us about her legacy as mother and was she's taking what she's not taking how she is handling quarantine as a mop. Noor. So if you're ready to be a fun time get your wind. Chill sit back relax or Monday morning. It'd be listened on Monday morning. Coffee don't be invited by all right. Let's get it. Welcome to raising CAIN. This is the first episode and I am very very exciting because this is something that I have wanted to do for such a long time. I actually wrote it down in my vision board and I was been supposed to dispose. Do this first quarter. But I kept putting it off but you know. Corona Corona came through. But I am absolutely like amped because I am releasing the first episode on a special day like it is coming up on Mother's Day by the time he listened to this mother's Day would have been would have actually passed partly the Before if right but it's so weird like I literally just sitting here like I can't believe that a a mom like sometimes I'll just sit here and I'll just looking child in the leg. Yo you're really by like I have a child. I'm a bomb. Now it's insane. Tell me that you don't think about Tommy Nutritional. Just look at your getting ahead you or your kids like. Oh my God. How did I had two kids? Three kids work. It's five if you really about that life. How but nevertheless we are here in. I will always say like no. My son is a blessing. Kids are blessing. But you know. Let's be real like Black Motherhood Kimmy tasking on the mental health. Like it's it's definitely a journey. It's an adventure that had Ups and downs. It's scary to watch the news right now with the no we still have gone I know for me in Philadelphia Gun. Violence is pig. And that's something that we are. You know kind of thinking about as a black mother above thing that thing about his mother. Is You know if your child's mental mental health is okay at during this time this these are weird times for US guys. I just realized the other day that my son was stressed out stressed out from being home all day. So this is a lot of adjusting. We're doing but we are here in. I'm so happy to make this podcast. That just relative black MOMS out their mothers who are raising black children out there To just Kinda sit a little kike. Maybe a little learning bulow crying wherever this is definitely a time to fellowship celebrate. 'cause our day is coming up. Our is coming up in. Nowy may not be able to go out for Brunch. Which I'm very very sad. We are home and you know what is time is time for you know reflecting. It's time for gratitude. I know I am personally reflecting. As mother's Day approaches a reflecting on the topic of legacy I have been thinking a lot about my legacy as a mother about what you know is be passing on to. My son would some things. He's going to take away from me on a have a daughter will something she take a when she becomes a mother. And what will he take when he becomes a name? Ship should either one decide to become apparent? Because that's so we don't want to in. That is absolutely okay with me but you know just thinking about that like what will they remember and I wonder if other stock thinking do other people think about this and so the first episode. We're kicking off. We're talking about legacies of motherhood and I wanna like so you know what are some things that you hope to pass onto your out and what are some things you know you have been passed on to you in what or something. I don't even want this to come my way. So let's dive into it. I think it's very important that we are aware as parents as to what is passed onto us. Because you know there are some traditions. That are great. But I think it's also important to note that some things that are passed down so as can be considered toxic and I think as we continue as a generation come over starting to realize that there are things that we deemed as. Okay that are not okay now because some of us are not okay. I'm personally not okay. I'm still recovering from certain toxic situations. That happened to me as a child nine. Maybe some of you out there are Jau from real game. I think it's good to remind people that some people mother's Day is not a good day for some people. They don't have really shit with their mothers. Some people their mothers are long gone and soul to even think about what their mothers have done for them can be could just be a little triggering so I wanNA honor that first and foremost that if you are listening to this. I don't have a relationship with my mother or you know you lost your mother. That is I wanNA honor that and I honor if you feel like you know at some point you have to stop or maybe you might feel something of this in. It may spark something so I just want to put that out there so when I began to think about what was being passed onto me as a mother. I was very cautious about the toxic. Things that were passed on to me. It's important to note that I am so I love my mom and I am truly just inspired by her every day by her growth because for her to be a single teenage mom. It was not easy. Win It by herself. It was not easy Louis did the best with what she has but there was definitely things that I realized I did not want to pass on so one of the first things I knew I didn't want to pass on as for for my legacy was yelling. Growing up in my household was literally the primary source of communication ended. It kinda. It's getting a little better but it was very Very prevalent especially in my family. We if you come over to our house and we're at a family function it is allowed because we were literally yelling as we talking. That's just how this is how we are But think at some point when you are yelling at someone. It can be a little bit disrespectful. Who wants to be yelled at? I know I didn't want to be out at and want to be Biden's teacher not by Not By anybody you yell at me now. I'm just literally zoning out in looking at you like you're crazy because there's just no way. There's no way so I know for me. I did not want to be yelling at my house. Oh my child when Cain does his does this thing and when Kane Kinda snaps out investigations tantrums. Which is what a oral does or if you don't he's kind of just having a bad day. I do not want to yell at him at that moment and I found out the hard way because I did do this in the beginning of becoming a mother like it was just natural and I. I took notice that this is my natural thing to yell at people. Because that's all I know but I realized everytime I yelled at him. I was just making it worse like He. I would literally be like. Why did you do that? What is happening now gone off? I'm literally seeing him starting to cry like he probably wasn't even crying but when he did he was like crying like like stressed out super upset. And I'm like I didn't even do anything Yell Oh my Gosh like I did not. That was not my intention. I think yelling can be counterproductive. What is the lesson that they're trying to get? I think it's more effective win. If a child does something wrong you Kinda like Matt saying you gotTa Be Nice. You don't have to be like all timmy. You didn't have to do that math now. You could definitely be like now. You know you had no business doing it. Why would you do that? You can't do that because and just explaining why when I literally sit down and tell like okay. You see how you did that. You see how you spill water. I told you to put that water up because I knew you were gonNA be playing. That's why did it go ahead and pick it up. Pick it up It in literally he will do it. He will pick it up. He will understand in leg next time he will alert. This is motherhood people. These kids perfect literally learning as they're going like I'm still learning at thirty years old. Still learning so of course. They're learning so I just knew the yelling just it was not in. It's kind of belittling like I remember growing up Just when my mom would y'all like sometimes you know things will come out that she didn't mean words that she asked. I know she didn't mean to say came out. And it was very belittling and it kind of impacted my self esteem. It also impacted my confidence like kind of made me more like second guests. Maybe second guess myself or whenever I speak sometimes when I'm speaking I know I'm a little afraid to share my opinion because I'm still harboring bet that fear of that yelling in the belittling and I think that is the same for many many black children. Black millennials black people growing up because That's kind of the way we have been taught to parent and I really want to do away with that. I really say do away with yelling. I think bad we can talk. You can be firm but I think conversing.

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"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Just magic really go. Yeah I've got my second button undone. Just as a trippy gigs. A little bit of hair coming through for you for you all today Stevie. Do you just sit there question. Defending can you just enjoy the goal? I'll be honest with you. I think of it as goal and again the only thing that comes to mind was. I was actually on route to emigrate into the USA. I flew to Medica. I was in Norway on a layover. I was flying to the US to start a new life the following day. I actually managed to lose my bags on the but when I think of that fantastic gaming goal cubs head now Stephen when most people say let me say bags maybe they get to the Carousel. We move on. Was you leaving the hotel forgetting that you had your bags and only realizing when you're in the convection in London well it'd be abused to watched a game. I probab half asleep This show and went away. Of course you're off the flight. I was like something no rate here. Of course the bodies show. No you understand why. I don't really think of it the game to watch. I think I love that story right. Let's get back to Ryan Giggs. And because I'm right here in your primarily best eleven that we've been asking people for who've got yeah well. I've gone with Patriots. Mike Linda Gigs. It isn't it. I didn't have him in. Butler Ryan x.

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"kane" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"kane" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Because so much is coming at you in in in in such a real way that it makes you better and there are a lot of actors not a lot but there are actors like that that if you're fortunate enough to work with them they will make you better. That's incredible it's true well as we're as we're winding this down we've already. This is like this. This hour just sailed by. I really hope you had a nice time because I it's great was so excited to meet you and I want to get all nervous and mealy mouth and flabby because you are you really are one of those people that is so ingrained in so many of our hearts because you know again. It's you you you give a lot of credit to like well. The writing was good and this. But you've created these characters and I hear your anything I was go. Oh my God. She's she's great. I'm excited because you're you're great to watch standing thank you and so what is an just. I've had an absolute blast talking to you. And I'm just absorbing all of these amazing stories about these things that I love. But what are you personally joyful about and sort of what keeps you happy. What just some tips for people who have difficulty getting out of their own heads in life. I guess you know I still have my mother. I'm so lucky. My Mother's ninety three year name is joy cain she's a composer his a lot of material on youtube which is exquisite joy cain issue pianist. She's a pianist a composer and She has written seven teaching books and she has a piece on coordinator about snow. That is so beautiful breath. Taking up your watch will and So having Mama having my dog might beautiful little johnny. Having my friends in classic movies see this is great because all the things you're talking about are those important life things and when we start out I think we think it's all about our career or job and that's our identity and then at a certain point hopefully figure out like that stuff great but it's the it's the life stuff in the relationships that and I'm lucky enough to have you know friends for forty something years that are still very close to me and that is a great great thing you know. That's phenomenal. Well I hope I hope this play works out that the reading of and I hope I get to come see you. Do something live in the near future. So thank you. For being here. People should watch hunters. They should watch screaming tomorrow. It starts. Yeah somebody that goes up. It'll be up. Yeah yeah so it'll be it'll be up and available anything. Like Jordan appeals one of the producers. And so I'm really excited about it. They sent me a link but I couldn't get it to work so I'll I'll I'll just watch it with Amazon prime membership like everyone else. Carol Kane any last words of wisdom Amato and nugget something mantra now. I'm just gave to have been here and I think you just a lovely thank you. I really appreciate that. That's my nugget. I happily accept that nuggets. I'll be facing on that nugget for several weeks. Now you WANNA go home with my wife is like you're being irritating care. Carol Kane says I'm Michael can use thank you very much. Thank the end. I D scanning complete enjoy Rato..

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"kane" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

Notsam Wrestling

04:31 min | 10 months ago

"kane" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

"Patriotair Dot com slash not sam wrestling in all getting to enjoy all this content as I think more about what we're going to be doing in twenty twenty and think about what. WWe has been doing Over Twenty nineteen and also what they've been doing over the twenty ten so as as we talk about that we'll talk about it more as the weeks go on here. You're on the PODCAST. But we will be doing new shows of course as we always do every Monday and every Thursday so that last week of the year. I think we're GONNA be doing shows that our year end and decade and shows so I want you guys to be e mailing not sam wrestling gmail.com with any he points or discussions that you WanNa have I about twenty nineteen and what twenty twenty is going to look like and then about about the entire decade of the twenty ten and we'll probably do some kind of countdown as to what the top ten moments of two thousand ten were or something like that. Maybe I'll find somebody great to the countdown with you can make those suggestions to you can also email that email address not sam wrestling at gmail.com to discuss any a Stuff that's happening throughout the week. Every Thursday we generally go through a lot of those emails. So if you WANNA email not Sam Russell g mail dot com with any thoughts that you you have throughout the week. Go ahead and do that. And we'll get to it on Thursday on the PODCAST Speaking of this podcast. This is a big one this week. We've got CAIN now. Cain stepped in and he did the Jim Norton and Sam Robert Show on Sirius. Xm And you know when I big interviews like that that I think you all are going to enjoy. I WanNa make sure for that. They're on the PODCAST to if you've already heard it no problem. You're still download this podcast. Now you've got the interview forever posterity. There's going to be video of it going up at youtube slash not sam wrestling And of course we'll have a full length state of wrestling immediately following the interview. And we've got a lot to talk about their so we've got a lot of content content to hit you with today on the podcast Cain was in studio because he's got a new book out kind of chronicling his life in wrestling a and politics And it's really it's it's an interesting read speakers Kane has done so much you know we we forget. Sometimes that came started as he's one of these guys in in the late eighties early nineties. I guess is really when Kane I started right around smokey mountain like you know ninety one ninety two is when people started to become aware ninety three maybe and he did a couple of things in Smoky Mountain I think he was Yuna bomb. At one point he was is definitely the Christmas creature at one point but his first foray into wwe was of course the legendary doctor is a Yank Him DDS S.. Still one of my favorite things Mattel has done since procuring the WWe toy license is figure out a way to get an Isaac Yank 'em action figure gear in the line. One is a gang action figure exists and it's not a Hasbro. Isaac Yank him even though he was wrestling in the Hasbro era. And it's not Jack's Isaac Yank Him even they had the rights to Glenn Jacobs and had an entire line of classic superstars. Jackson made a giant Gonzales. Jackson made a Basham. Boettger Jackson made it harvey whipple made named everybody. They made Andy Kaufman. They may everyone you can think of. Never made an is again cam. So Jack's turned around. I mean mattel turn around and figure out figured out how they you can get an is again come in the line and they did and it really is a beautiful figure. He comes to the dental mask and everything. It's amazing. I mean dental goggles. What he comes with I think so I have it over there? He's got a removable white dental shirt the blue pants but obviously is a gang. Komo short-lived didn't really work out. But W W didn't lose faith in Glenn Jacobs as a performer. Former and I'm sure his size had a lot to do with it When he was asked to come back and be diesel number two when Kevin Nash and Scott Hall and went over to WCW wwe wanted to prove that they own the rights to raise her on diesel and Scott Hall and Kevin? Nash could do whatever they want. But God damn those were their characters. I so here comes fake razor and fake diesel fake diesel of course played by the one and only Glenn Jacobs that was also short lived but wwe still still did not lose faith in Glenn Jacobs and they started telling this amazing story about the undertaker..

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"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"kane" Discussed on ESPN FC

"And they Greg from Gareth Southgate. Nate league of his own Harry Kane, let's get the reaction from gap Marconi and really not your reaction. But maybe more the reaction in England has it been measured. I don't know if you agree with the guy's not just a good result. But a pretty good performance to. Was really measured. I mean, I was I was speaking to to some colleagues during the game. Obviously are warm point England, we're getting relegated. So the the media world ready to go and pounce on them for going down. All of a sudden. You know, you get that. You you score off the off the throwing you get that late winner guard off the lie. And all of a sudden, they're the best team in the world. Again. What is really stunning in? What I haven't seen in many decades here in England is in Southgate touched upon it is the out connection with with the team between these players and the fans the the sort of relentless positivity that comes from the supporters, and is very evident that it gives them that it gives them a real lift as well as probably also the fact that south gate at least up front does have options. He does have dynamic players and everything he showed it though, substitution valley Sancho and lean guard each one of those guys contributing in their in their own way. I think there's still a whole bunch of holes to be picked in this team. But equally they have something special going on here. ESPN's Dale Johnson. Always interesting statistics. How about this one England's two one victory over Croatia today the first ever time in six.

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