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"kemo " Discussed on KOMO
"Tolling system. I'm Brian Calvin, with the service interruption that could result in a big bill on the topic of getting around. We have our camo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center, every 10 minutes on the force here against Marina Rock, injure. Highway 99. The First Avenue South Bridge is closed right now, both directions for vote traffic. So that does tend to leave a little bit of a back at each direction was found. I 90 just west of Highway 18 a collision partially blocks the right lane. We still have slowdowns westbound highway 18. Pardon me Westbound 1990 through Preston. Because of some construction work happening south on I five is bumper to bumper in federal way from 3/20 through five down to the port of Tacoma Road South and I five is heavy at 56 down past 72nd in Tacoma and tough and liquid from Highway 5 12 through JBL M starting to see slowdowns now H I if I between Lacey and Olympia, getting tough in Bellevue, Ch four or 55 20 through Newcastle Almost into rent and south on I five is solid from Northgate into Seattle. This look at traffic sponsored by Terra Firma Foundation systems. Terra Firma Foundation Systems has immediate openings for construction. Four minutes. Skilled laborers competitive pay insurance and 41 k love your job visit go terra firma dot com. Next Kemo traffic at 1 14. Whether here against Kristin Clark Wildfire season has been off to a running start, particularly in British Columbia, where a cluster of big fires has started since this week's heatwave. This is about 95 Miles northeast of Vancouver, Canada. And some of that smoke has been traveling south into parts of our area today, making for hazy view and probably a right brig. Bright red sunset this evening computers sound but Our low level air quality is still looking fairly good. It's going to be a different story. Those you go east of the Cascades, parts of Central and eastern Washington will be experiencing some areas of poor air quality. So keep that in mind if your travel plans to take east of the Cascades this holiday weekend in the common Weather Center, meteorologist Kristin Clark jumped up to 72 in downtown Seattle. And you're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on KOMO that one. Oh, six.
"kemo " Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Customers. Defenses were stolen cybersecurity expert Adam Levin, it is inevitable. Had every organization at one point or another will be act. We only hope to be able to minimize the damage that occurs as a result of that attack Fire. I says it's releasing hundreds of countermeasures. The outgoing president suffered a major setback in his bid to stay in power. The Supreme Court has denied a request from Pennsylvania Republicans. Who argued that millions of votes in the state have been unconstitutionally cast by mail. The court dismissed the case without hearing it. But the attorney general of Texas is suing Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia and Wisconsin, claiming the changes those states made to their voting procedures during the pandemic or unlawful. ABC is Alex Parrish, A an advisory panel to the Food and Drug Administration meets tomorrow. Expected to recommend emergency use approval to Fizer is Corona virus vaccine. FDA staff believes the Actually to be safe and effective to major pharmacy chains, meanwhile, have revealed their vaccine distribution plans. Well, Green, saying it will open hundreds of new locations destroyed the extra cold vaccine. While CBS says it will dispatch thousands of pharmacists administer shots in rural areas, many Americans are now asking whether they can be required by their employers to get vaccinated. The answer, Yes, but there are exceptions, including for religious or medical reasons. Or if you're in a union, subject to negotiation, maybe sees Monaco's are empty in Bellwood. Virginia. Four people so far are known to be injured in an explosion and fire at the mess of Kemo Wars. Chemical plant residents within two mile radius of the plant told to shelter in place. You're listening to ABC News..
"kemo " Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"kemo " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"So this is right. Cooter on the prodigal son album and with Robert Francis on the base. Robert was with us in a few months ago out of the shot. His mind was not to obey. Interesting to have a dad. Like I said he was. So how's kind of the idol of somebody like Eric Clapton? Robert Francis got to go to one of the crossroads guitar events. Who will. We were talking a couple weeks ago with Kemo Kemo, also a participant and One or more of the air Clapton crossroads guitar events. Well, his fun song him Cool circle. They got great family opportunity for all these people to sit around and just make music. All right, we'll take a break and we'll come back after the national news here at the top of the hour. Dr. Veronica Garcia will talk to Joel Alberts, who brought Cat meow to Sanofi recently. The, uh, the Internet virtually brought Captain Town talk to Senator Peter Worth and pretty sure about three o'clock. Find out what happened. Will be one day special session today. Hopefully get a lot of people in New Mexico, some unemployment and then Dr Wendy Johnson, Medical director La Familia Medical Center at 3 30 Day. Want to reach me? You want to be on the show? Email.
"kemo " Discussed on Empact Mindset
"I wish to space like olmec that existed. I so wish. Because yes it. I mean like the winner might have been the person i am today because i. I've gone through all these experiences. Any made me who i am. But i- decem time like getting to my career without understanding how you navigate the system and in it by yourself but this thousands of other people. That did that before you that could easily guide you. That could easily open the door for you and make it much easier for you and that having the nfl. Like when i the way i went to the us that drive space like olmec. That could have seen like. This is what you need to go. language is why you need to do this. We need to do abc. Having the people that i wanted to go to harvard or wanted to go like any big school. And i know people that are older you wendy. Abcd in need to do to getting here so imagine it would have been so much easier to sail your cut your path so would have people have no idea what concept of like all having a coach like a does like just in recent concept to me and asked what we need like. We need like when someone come from whatever country to study audio born here the need to have other people that can relate that they can see like. Oh man. i wanna be a pilot. This this tyler. This this astronaut this this engineer this doctor that i can relate to that. Cat can connect with that. They can show me model. Yeah yeah yeah. And i wish i wish there was facebook because he wasn't gonna create it to make a degeneration that's coming after us can make fun of like. What did you really have to like. How did he survive. Make it easy for them to succeed. I think that's That's also goes to the next question in terms of the kind of challenge faced on how Learn from it. Would you see that as being one of the executive face in the absence of a kind of community similar to mix Land from it Can you can you. Can you rephrase that against cf. I get it right. no yeah what. I what i'm getting is that what was one of your british challenges that you faced and how to learn from it. So i'm making the point. Probably one of the challenges was not having a novelization such a omega In the us for example and in the absence of that you learned from it that way of looking at it..
"kemo " Discussed on Empact Mindset
"The color of my skin doesn't mean any somebody just docile. They can enrich themselves. They can colonize or they can take advantage in alike of. Might be this group of people people So that's the backdrop of my tanking. See it now. We are where we are today. The reality reality people human nature if you have the power you don't wanna relationship and so you know people feel some people feel like being white is is a privilege and they're going to stick to the end. You have to kill them to take that away from deb and some people believe like being a black inferiority since you've been whatever and so for us with the way wanna transcend. That will make way or wanna solve that. Problem is diversity inclusion inclusion. Listen we are people of african descent. We understand our challenges we use like the segmentation whatever you know like every tended we understand about who. We are as a people when we come together. We have a solution we have we empower ourselves. We uplift our south and the we'd become even a better more effective member of the society where we live in we become. We create more possibility for us to become part of the value creation in society. And so if we have that if you work in this space where you can come in. I can give you a call until hey can you help me an referral get me. Get into face and you make it happen. Then you open the door for me. It can for me to be part of that society and they make more impact and so we started opening. The door in will become more involved in this society. Doug we are in start bringing more contributing more on cultural economic aspect into that is the key to solving the diversity issue but there are people are now looking at it and people like this push relationship where design program to solve a diversity inclusion so you included a of people coming in so as a as a people of african descent representations lack in from all these companies and everything and ended. The black lives matter happened. They have the challenges than they want to hire. More black people all more brown people like diverse people but like if the concept of exist this existed community exit data like able to uplift each other to support each other to open the door for each other to make each other.
"kemo " Discussed on Empact Mindset
"Today is not gonna work sticking second to have the cultural advocates these similar to the bicultural which is no no. Just not so. Yeah we get we get there for me. I really like I'm thinking about like as an entrepreneur. One we built this ecosystem when we build these space when we build this platform and star and he started working like a year from now two years from now side. Get there we can go to anyone to see like here is what we can bring to the cable riot and so you just don't wanna be a talk like he was. We can bring to the table. He has a change. We are creating the change that we want to see is not a talk. We do excise these people exist. These people want change. You personally want to change. That's why we're having this conversation right in housing or the people out there wants change lit figure out how we come together and solve that quesion of like. How do we work together to unlock this talent that we have and while suicide going out i just be like one day. Dot com yin and say like. Hey how do we make these happiness will say. This is how you make it happen. And let's go. Let's make it a happy on one way that the Find expression the idea of williams tweeting the The effectiveness the impact of the work of olmec is once. You see a joint initiatives and initiatives between members those who are part of the network. Let's see you know goes out that is absent India's for a community is really looking at joint initiatives between between migrants. Y'all what do we have. A joined. fund way can put an investment funds for example. We'll talk a pool way. Can you can get investments for doing a collaborative project by sheep. And the sort of things initiates. I'm sure wants radical results. Best emerging from the omega community that is also that also gives a sense that these methods rita works and it does work. yes yeah. That's where the hard part is. Like a i think dealing with the actual par is the easy apart because once seen a work for them is just like okay. This work. the old way doesn't work. They will listen to you but show me show me forests right. Show me worry. And for once i think for like you know we all know it. Is we all know alike At work with.
"kemo " Discussed on Empact Mindset
"Like i said these segmentation is key is just give me so much energy in just like in need to create more wetness like a need to attend for me. That's why i wanna be. I wanna be on this journey like really like creating these awareness for people to understand this this the dissolution going forward and so like even determine like skepticims than i know is a positive simulators are like amazing people. They're like a successful decide. The people that's gonna make the community of go forward because a lot of them are successful in what they do because they've been focusing on the career in getting there and then they know how hardly got for them to get it so if you understand the mindset then you don't blend them and bought like a lot of people in the community what did they say who you think you are. You think you'd better than than than just create something different so for me. I'm like yeah. I think understanding this. Just make life so much easier so i'm glad i'm glad he's here now. So that's that's really dissolution. I think that's the way way forward. And i know people. I know friend of mine who are in that space. I know people from might even my family dot. Eric family like a cousin that i interview completely like a man. Let's listen. I came to this country. I all these opportunities that we can do. Every time i go to the community space in talk to these people. They don't get it. Didn't get it and then i haven't been in the community for twenty years but i know these guys are amazing like they will help me the heartbeat to open any doors. So i'm like man. I need to build a space for people like this could feel comfortable than coming. They want to help. They desperately want to help. Italy fact that the cutting themselves is because they just want to help anybody they don't see and i think that's that's that's that group. Imagine we can talk about all three group or three group or the full group by cultural understanding really having a deep understanding of each group. This is how move forward. And i think for me. That's the key for that's the key That like like now. Not many people have it. We think liberating to to create a solution forward to create with our it such a useful tool your Ethics of manasian. Much wondering whether this is something. Even policymakers within the environments you work with whether or not lentil Or even jimmy the. Us is it something you've had conversation we make us to look at how or policies dealing with migration integration and issues on the us is that.
"kemo " Discussed on Empact Mindset
"Been anxious brunner. It doesn't matter what country you just a matter of geographical profile. That the what matters like dude. You'll people of african descent. We enter gano. We tried to make these things happen. If i need something i know when i come to you and a complaint you understand so we want to support each other. We want to go forward so we spend the simple language we speak. We have the same vision right and so become easier like now the tanks different shit that people use the fight that becomes something important. It become a clause if becoming positive was negative greg correct. That's what the social commodity aspect. I i mentioned is really a key aspect that you have a common language that you can actually defy with someone as spot of the same community even though at the same time. They are a uniqueness in each. Yes but there's a lot of as well yes. Yes absolutely anything that. That part is extremely important for me. That's the key for almac to figure out haju transcends the noise within the community and really build this dream just in lacking doubt potential that capital that we have within the community that derived as we have it if the community to do something bigger than ourselves. So that's right. I i give you my life story and then like how you keep why. Why fail like okay now. Only experience of working within the diaspora african diaspora community community. Engagement community building followed in. Like almost all my life if he really account like a my experience back home in an understanding this noises in a how you overcome does noise transcend us. Noise is really to get to the core and it maintains happens and so dass understanding all that having all these fun of enduring. my research As part of my season having that data in front of me. I'm like man. I have to do something with this right. This the whole concept of will make was born. How does it find a. How does your values on your mission find expression in in in the context of the practical application the events in every Activity that you're seeing does find expression Decision is every again. That's that's basically like every like divall value of omegas based on that it's the sam because the ideal of the basic idea person experience. I know i've been in this whole tank right and Being community got organiz in community building. Nfc in all these challenges and an enduring these academic study in having all these data as a part of this discussion research..
"kemo " Discussed on Empact Mindset
"And one policy in never work. Never gonna work stereotype. Stereotyping what i got allows was stereotyping as well. When you get the allow for everything foot so basically think about it if you if you can deduct as the most places you've talked about african diaspora of migrant. What do they think. The automatic don't even seeded by cultural. It doesn't matter if you buy cultural or your assimilated wishes like see you alone executive in some way like really well off You a bone here. You understand everything but they see you as a someone who's working at the farm someone who you know like got here through the boats so like it just like it. Open the door for that but if you bring initially go into in on like in the space in the community you have this group that have different mindset and so for us i think with really understanding died just opened a door so for me. Now how does that work. Heavy apply that understanding nowadays. When i go to a community association. I don't go there like With my bicultural mindset. No i go there with the social aspect we might in social mindset. So i go. This is about social. This is about enjoying each other is about is about changing the warriors nineteen about is about issue here supporting each other respecting each other meeting people where they are and respecting. I'm telling you once. I started doing that. It is a like a night and day people south respecting you people listening you texting them. You are meeting them. Where the are you are listening to them. And then more than that. You are appreciating. Because i know the. The cultural advocate did undescended african culture. Where more than i do. And so if i can celebrate them i can learn more about the african cultural dan. They can actually. How do we put them on the pedals to say like men like you guys still guarding this coach culture. We need african. we are like sometime. Don't even speak the language properly. Oh don't understand all the nuances you do that. We need to celebrate you and so once he started doing that. I guess what's going to happen. They're going to respect you and they're gonna start listening to you and like you start becoming easier for what you go to like You know The ethnic Right you understand how the mind works. You understand what they're passionate about..
"kemo " Discussed on Empact Mindset
"Based on shared values. This on there. You know like Dream by so now now because we both from the same country have this continent comment but we add. This is it. Do we have the same vision. Do we have the same passion. Do we have Decem way of thinking right as wanting to do that than tanks become. Oh my goodness just can sand. All this noise is that we have in the community. So i give an example once. I did that study. It's just mid tang sold clear and simple for me. Because i used to go into community organizations like man. I know this. I know what i'm talking make sense. Let us talk about it. Talk about it creates noise and come to noisy but now you come to send community look at it. It's like all right. Most people in this community have a different mindset. What is the mindset if people have like a social aspect that the most valuable to them and so all. They want to do work all day all week on the weekend. Just wanna come to a social setting. And whether that's sedivy naming sam when someone has like a half in a like a celebration happiness does happen they just want to beat it and celebrate Be part of like this collective space Go home and go back to work and provide for their family right. You come that chemo man. I listen i have. I'm an entrepreneur. I know i want to change. The word black lives matter like social injustice climate change. we can african. we have so much potential. We can change the would these people don't wanna hear that so we have a different mindset. You know i'm saying right indeed so if you put this group together so as i it's never gonna work because we don't have the same vision we don't have the show value we have this impassioned Drive and so basically what i with that segmentation a segment of gossiping community into fogel diverse. Group i call them the the cultural advocate. Yeah these are the people who moved on from the country of origin. Whatever daddy's The continental africa like caribbean. Or like you just moved to. Let's say in the netherland. You hear the idol didn't have a lot of education. There didn't have no individual life light. They know high school so they come in yet award. The factory are blue. Collar workers provide for the family but culturally they That culture this speak the language reward. The understanding tradition stole razor when they go to We like association that community association. Like all that got charlotte detroit..
"kemo " Discussed on Empact Mindset
"To get you solve a problem when you bring your house to get out when your effort to get when you pull in your resources unskilled together. You actually create an environment where everyone within the community gain. Yep yep rather than just saying that it is just my skill. I would have to deal with that myself. in inverted selfish kind of week. One of the things that i've realized Working annoy nonprofit organizations or community organizations is usually the lock or professionalism or rather the absence of the desire to do things professionally and It's something that you notice. What can we ought organizations that you really have to sort of bring that in in in your in your very unique way themselves How'd why let them the. That's say simple things like being on time for appointment for example. That sort of thing is important because while things on realizations is that even those indicate Sector wanna get involved with nonprofit organization. Seems model less to relax. The estimates as it's been the organization working with the community organization's. Oh yeah absolutely all the time all the time and a one point i you just get frustrated rights like dude. I learned this in the corporate setting. This is what i'm doing all the time. It it works right please. It will hop off like to get somewhere to move better than where we are today. not again not everybody in this have like the sam Professional like a skill or expertise experience right is different and like yeah giving an example like time. I will be indies facing. Come up like a really this elaborate strategy in how to goal win. Molefe reach the goal. What thin that we need to do like five three if you know like three or four five tanks to do and you finish explaining all people good night we are not gonna do that like blatantly an for the simple reason that you just like somehow when you. It's not about what he's saying. But the way you saying it.
"kemo " Discussed on The Big 98
"It's always good to wake up in last big 98 national number one for new country coming from the bass pro shops and Cabella studio on music Row. We are Bobby, Don't show. That's right, right? My former step Dad, Arkansas, Keith he's doing Hey, don't you order food This, Bobby? What? You just order. What? What? That man is pretty good. Actually got a moderate couple reasons. First. He text me during the show and was like Hey, heard any talk about that pink tricycle? Oh, yeah. What do you think? When you think about that, if they had one tricycle, and it was pink, but for a little boy, What would you have done? Well, I would probably Just think practical. Took it home and can voted out with Camel Camel. Kemo goes. That's true. I'm just saying it would work. Fine that Oi! That's only wanna handle it. I got it. What do you think about that girl? Know what you think about that woman given any hard time, though, that Hey, you should buy this one. Don't worry about it. It's blue or pink. She should have been doing there. She should've been thrown out. But personally, I would be trying to sell anything to anybody. Wonder boy is back. All right. The other thing is, and Keith and Caitlin myself were in my place in Arkansas were having dinner and we were talking about antlers, or, like Iraq like a buck rack in the house. And she wants one. And I was like, you know, I just feel bad that we're gonna have one. If if if we didn't kill it, And so I said, I'm not going to kill it. When I was younger, but I did not kill anything now and then she's not gonna kill it. She's not 100 all but I said Okay, or your dad or Arkansas. Keith can provide us with one and that would also work Now. How do you feel about first of all? My reasoning on that. Do you feel like that's legitimate? Well, you know everybody, not not a hunter. They're not 100. But you know, I get your place is great with amount of there so I'm just saying I have one. I'll give you and it was gonna look right up there. I see it already. Okay, So when we come back, Doc, it's.
"kemo " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is different from the usual not just because of the virus and the virtual presentations, obviously, but also because the main attraction what's most exciting about the ticket? Is the vice presidential nominee, not the presidential. I mean, Tim Kaine was supposed to fade into the woodwork behind Hillary Clinton. Biden behind Obama, Mike Pence behind Donald Trump Al Gore behind Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney behind George W. Bush. Eventually, Cheney took over, but that's a different show. Maybe we could say it was True. The last time the dams had a woman that a woman on the ticket Geraldine Ferraro, more exciting that Walter Mondale may be way back in 1980 for, um, I don't think it quite applied to Sarah Palin over John McCain, who, you know large groups of Republicans love but That's how rare it is. So if you were, if you agree, how do you see Senator House his job last night in that context? Hey, So we saw Senator Harris and Democrats who spoke last night really lean into the historic nature of her off her nomination. You know they they brought it up several times. We also had the first Black president speak sort of passing the torch on to Harris, though the way they ordered it last night, and you know they're doing this in part because they've learned after 2016 that it's not just it's not enough to just persuade voters. You have to mobilize them. So we heard that narrative. Over and over last night from Hillary Clinton acknowledging that look, take it from me. You can win the popular vote and still lose the presidency. So she said that that you don't voters don't need to just Come out and ah, vote for whoever the nominee is, they need to show up in overwhelming numbers so part of the way they're doing that is by highlighting the historic nature of this ticket and hoping that helps energize ah, different demographics from black voters to Indian Americans to women voters to really show up in large numbers to make a difference. Taking the two speech clips that we played together, though in the context of what you said about who they're trying to energize, Would you say how's his job was to simultaneously reassure white swing voters that she is a, you know, regular person who loved her family. That was her family story clip. Just like them. And at the same time energize the base Coalition of people. You were just referring to I think that's a good way to put it. I think they wanted her wanted to just interview her to the people, the more sort of moderate persuadable voters who might not know her as well in a pretty safe way. Talking about her blended family on DH, then also mobilized black voters and you know South Asian voters. She used the word chippies in her speech, which means Anson Kemo and I noticed a lot of Indian Americans in particular are very excited to see that form of representation in such a big speech. Do you think an Indian American vote could matter? I was looking through your own press clips. And I saw you wrote as early as 2010. I think it wass. About the rise of the Indian American politician in America, where you know the big one that year was the Governor of South Carolina. Nikki Haley, Republican who, you know went on to serve in the Bush administration, too. But I think I've seen that Indian Americans are maybe 1% of the population of the country. Is there a vote there that could matter in a swing state? So there is so you know, we know that there are 1.5 million Indian Americans and that are eligible to vote in just nine battleground states. So this is a vote that you know, Both parties have increasingly started to focus on you've seen the president, you know, use his relationship with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to really try toe. Target. Some of these voters who, you know, like like some of the nationalist agenda that Modi's falling in India and, you know, try to sway some of those voters and trump fever. The bloc is a whole has been pretty democratic over the years on, but we've also seen in those, you know, Last 10 years that you mentioned we saw Nikki Haley early rising in 2010. But in more recent years, we're seeing Democratic Indian American politicians, very progressive leaders. You know, becoming prominent figures we've seen Pamela Jaipal. We've seen Ro Khanna in California. So you know the Bobby Jindal and Nikki Haley was sort of the only known of Indian politicians early on, but that would have been changing as well. To make a phone. Call Jody in Clifton, you're on WNBC. Hello, Jody. Hi. Thanks for taking my call. I get your show downloaded every day, So I never miss a segment and you are just terrific. Well, the first night of the the convention, I expected it to be kind of Ho home. But I have really been enjoying it and I was really riveted. Last night. I was brought to tears several times at the thought of what's happening to our democracy. And I think it was Camilla, who said that? The election will change history and I believe after the election. We're either going to continue in the democracy that people risk their lives for and sometimes died or we're going to watch it crumble. Under a man who has no decency, no compassion, no regard for truth or people or the Constitution. And I really think if people care about the country and their Children and grandchildren, as I do you want to choose democracy. Obvious. Obviously, you're a Democrat. What was it about the convention Democrat until a while ago I try to maintain my independence. But I do mean that way. I have to say I am definitely a Democrat now. And as my husband said, I will never vote for another Republican again. And I voted for several Republicans. But I think the choice is easy If you want decency and democracy vote for Biden, if you don't want, you know if you want to see and destruction your vote for the other guy, you know, like Jonathan Capehart said yesterday. It's irresponsible not to vote. And I don't know how you could remain undecided when the two sides are so tremendously different. So in that context of your politics of the moment in your political arc, Um you said you thought the convention format would be ho hum. But you found it riveting. What did you expect? You know, I don't know what I expected. Since this is so different I thought it would be a little bit like the ones in the past where people would be Um Standing around in their own homes or whatever. And, you know, just saying, Oh, yeah, we're we're going for this guy. You know, we're going for Biden. But the way they did that with the 50 states and the outlying territories I thought was great. I I also like the fact that they were more like people talking to us where they've been giving these speeches. That we're constantly in the past, you know? Interrupted with applause and what I really feel felt more like they were talking from their heart. Jodie Sensei. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much so Kind of in that context, tyranny and my guess is to any party political correspondent for the Wall Street Journal covering Camel has. Do you get the sense? What do you have any numbers showing that ambivalent people were watching. I haven't seen ratings from last night yet. But I read that the TV viewership on the first night was down more than 25% compared to the first night of the Democratic convention in 2016, so it's possible That we journalists watching professionally are finding the virtual convention intriguing and you know, we're respecting the production effort and people who are committed Democrats like our last caller. Might be finding it so but that many potential voters who they're trying to reach are finding it not entertaining enough. Any indication So I don't think we have numbers yet on that. But I do think that is a big question, because especially since the DNC has focused a lot of its time, really on talking to persuadable voters in bringing in Republicans, you know, like John Kasich and getting some heat from progressives on giving as much time as they have on You know, broadening, but the tent of the Democratic Party as they've been saying, so I think it will be interesting to see some numbers. You know whether that actually holds up whether people who are undecided are actually tuning in. My guess is that it's been more about mobilizing Democratic voters mobilizing the base. Um, that's been more effective rather than reaching out to, you know, voters beyond the Democratic Party. Intuitively, that makes sense, and we have a caller to that point who I think is going to say some version of swing voters..
Washington State To Have School Online For The Fall
"And teachers are reacting to the news that thousands of students in our state Will be schooled at home this fall. Kemo Suzanne Fun has more. Some people are concerned remote learning will be unfair to disadvantaged families. Just let us know and we've been issuing T Mobile response for Internet access to our families and also devices. Seattle Public schools parents, Sabrina Burr says remote learning is necessary for everyone. The most important thing is the health safety and well being of our kids and our educators. Some school districts in Washington state are able to start in the fall with a hybrid model. For the most part, many school districts will count on full Distance learning and for many District school will start on September 2nd starting school at a time when community transmission rates are this high is reckless, and we want to make sure that we do not become part of an even higher community transmission rate in Seattle. Suzanne Fawn Communists in
"kemo " Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"You don't do what you're saying but I mean we still got paid and We got literally fucking booed off the stage. Hi C was still a teenager and he actually showed some balls and he was like look. Yo check this out man. Yes Gumi all the folk go one or you can go outside or whatever but unless I perform my songs this promoter. Ain't going to pay me so I got to perform my shit and it's up to you guys and it was funny. He picked up a two by four. I was on stage and while he was wrapping. He Catamarca like this and he. Does anybody WANNA act stupid. Come up on stage. Yeah and we just did our like five songs and got the flock. Good thing is Cyprus. Who actually went up there. And tell her your home from county you need to show them love Blah Blah Blah so. These stood up for US old. I was thankful the next day we prove the Sacramento and we did a Halloween party. And we rocked up motherfucker. You know it was dope but Yeah we got in. It does not feel good about you. Couldn't wait to get the next show. Then that goes you have a bad game. You can't wait for the next exactly. I'm kind of feels like losing all your money in one night in Las Vegas so you walking around with your pockets empty on the floor. A fucking quarter. That's how I fucking feel terrible but I've been there done that but you know what it was funny because I told Steve Donald this story Because he wasn't able to go with US and has been looking bored and he said Tony He goes. You know who else got bored. One of your favorite artist and I said WHO's that Nichols Prince? He got booed at the Coliseum opening up for the rolling stones that were shoes thrown out of him. He's talking about and that is very mature. People don't believe me. Go look at it goal at parental gets booed here in LA opening up of the rolling stones on his dirty mind album. Do for you when he told you that did it work. Change your whole it. It kinda worked even though I still love print it Kinda work but I was like it changed for me to him like they fuck imprint. That's popped up anything about myself anymore. But the next day we were in Sacramento and we opened up for US. Jodi OF SHOULDER. She opened up whereas rock. That motherfuckers time. What was it like for you because you got crazy history man? It's amazing like where where you came from and how you started and all that with the the mix tapes and all that so. That was great. Actually hit you up and with Jake overdoing mix tapes. Because he's kwami that bigger fish to fry here. Do you want me to nine thousand nine hundred nineteen nineteen years old and up and I think I was Kinda late into the Game Lori. Dj by DJ nightclub was eleven years old and I WANNA battle the digital. Remember the day and I still have the trophy March. Twenty four four four my birthday nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight for some. I WANNA battle the DIGI. You don't support the Internet and he was here and he shared with me central for the Mexicans which I never knew he was drunk. I never knew right. You know that either until I saw that interview he told me I was. It was supposed to be the King Harbor area than He didn't make one night. And so I worked for Albert Steve. From like shoot from eleven to thirteen years old in the United States. Allow us to ninety seven so I was nineteen time where I just turned nineteen and I had surgery back. Deidre was doing. It makes taste from eighty four to eighty seven J. We'll still doing them but in late. Eighty seven supersonic had just dropped to had just did Steve had but it was an associate. He had like a test pressing and he told me. We're going to put us on our first album acetate. He said we're going to put this on our first mix tape. It's called breakdown or you can call it whatever you want. It's gotTa be relevant. Okay cool so I did that? We had George Farrell rampant wrapping on it. To me. It was like you know it was. I didn't really know who they were who they were going to become. But they were wrapping on mix tapes. You know and people always tell me you know. How was it working with those guys? People have to understand that eazy E wasn't easy you know. Ice Cube was an ice cube in jury. I knew up on the world. Class wrecking crew. So when these guys will come to my house and resume staves wanting about they were always row professional and I know. A lot of people say easy equally rapid. Let me tell you something. Whenever he came to my house he had no problem right. He's sixteen bars. You know he was a lot better than a lot of people given credit for you know but but when they started to take off when Trae told me you know what. I'm about to go on tour to start working on. Michelin the deal. C J J fad and Bubba all in the same gang album. Whatever I need you to take mix tapes and that's pretty much took over the mixed taste but they still somewhat wrapped on them and when he started rapping on I hooked high seen late eighty eight and he was not swampy and Steve Steady. Go Talk to the guy the rap on the mix tapes Dr Drain. Those guys can't wrap on on a more so I met high see. My relationship started. We started doing mix tapes. We got a record deal or one of the biggest record labels on the world which we wouldn't even try to and I always like to say this because you know I've always been a very humble and modest person. We were looking for a record deal. I will just mixed tape guy. I was just a DJ guy. That was it but when we got a record deal I was pretty much forced to become a producer and driver wanted to be. I don't know you know I don't know what it was draped of Tommy how to work the drum machine jinx pretty much His cousin a brush me up on my on my skills on the on the S B twelve and Dj quick whom. I met a year later. Nine hundred eighty nine. He was nineteen years old. All of his sounds his entire collection to his kick snares hats. You know whatever. Give me everything so I pretty much like to say. I learned from the best. You know what I'm saying. I wish I could have produced. I wish I could have pursued my career but I just loved so much and then there was a time where I started having kids and then I'm just saying I'm going to step away from And I did but I don't regret that because to me. My kids are more important than just music show. Music thing will always be her chemo. You can leave. You can come back and still here. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. No that's amazing man. That is amazing. What about like is there anybody that you would like to produce today or anybody that you didn't get a chance to work with you today that you say. I WANNA get with this new artists or an artist from way back then. I didn't get a chance to work with yes. Anything like that There were two songs that I did that. Hollywood records we're going to pay dray and Q. By two separate songs Queen had signed to queen had just signed to Freddie Mercury said all his music to Hollywood records pretty much right before he died. He pretty much more pass away. Let me sign my last album. And I'M GONNA like Disney owns all of Queen Music Okay. All the music cannot so what they did. They said fuck it. We're GONNA make money Tony. We're going to give you budget. We're GonNa let you do a remix of any songs you want so I chose. We will rock you in a song called Dragon attack and I wanted to wrap the remix of dragging the tech. He had said yes. And jury was in a rap to We will rock you. What he was in the middle of doing the chronic album there were there were almost done and he told Steve Young. If I do this Steve if I rap for for you on this song twenty produce. This is going to be the last like this is it? So Steve's come okay hold on because he still wanted that favor later on you know so I said Okay so Q. One is so much money. They weren't willing to pay him so we'll never happen so I wish I could have done it because I did. Produce them on the mix tapes just throwing in Brixham beaches like that now today. There's a kid name of Cujo savage that I want to Cujo the savage. Oh you eat them. Yeah I WanNa work with me twenty five years old or is it very humble kid And I think he needs more of a mentor than anything else and hopefully I can help them in the works. Is that something you're GonNa go? We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA ACTUALLY GONNA meet soon. We'll all over simple slowly and we're going to talk but it may take some chemo. I Still WanNa work with you because in two thousand and five you came here and I showed you will be. I know you pretty much briefly. Remember now I remember I. I didn't but then it all came back to me but I want to work on a song with you in simple from the Mexican but will one day I wanNa have you and me and my boy John and my boy. Dj on putting much writing the script down for a documentary that we're working on and we want to interview you bring you want and you don't want to you know just call on me. Man. It's been awhile since we sat together. This has been a lot of flying but let me know. Definitely yeah man it'd be. I'd be honored Bro. Now I want to ask you this. Where can people I know you're instagram's been coming up we're putting it on screen Work what can people expect from Chemo now anymore? Solar projects is there a denic would have its upped album coming out. I know virus has thrown a monkey wrench. And everybody's fucking business a payroll just showed. It had a mixed bag of a lot of stuff that are always gonNa have a lot of things were in a lot of things but Yeah of course you know the you know. The instagram accumulate blacks again for pretty much. Everything Music Wise. If you haven't checked them out I tell people just check out the back and check out of you haven't heard it could be round two. Which is the latest album that we dropped with delinquent habits? That's the one we've been we've been torn on for a while while we're definitely in the the process of creating new materials so that should become soon and this is a good time of sitting right and finishing things up. It's got US locked down right now. But there'll be some new material coming for the fans to But it could be around to the one where you can call it that reunion record going back to the work that I've done I got you that vinyl. The of the it's called ugly at times that's me and God forbid so if you haven't had a chance to check that out pick out pick that up over the times. I just dropped the video for a song called random thoughts which will revamp so. You can check that out. That's available now and then just shut out the old records all the way. I mean this trip on The Times. Now that music used to record come out and then we'll kind of just go away of either did well. And if the Labor liked it enough they're gonNA reprinted right. And that was it that we print it or they don't reprint it and that's the end of the story. What happens now is the music is to live on forever. It just lives on forever so even though you may not be making as much as you were when you were selling music now you can get on. Spotify lives on forever so check out simple plan. That's the first album not so rich and famous is my second record and upset. A struggle is my third solo. And then there's that God forbid EP and check out. God forbid also He. Has the album called? Jesus Chrysler check out Check out six dollars an hour. Labor call dead. Silence Records excelled shout my brother's sickle cell. Double check him out. Checkup Breeze woodlock will neka and check out. J. 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"kemo " Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Guard treatises. Their brother used to DJ with two of the DJ's pep laws brothers pepin marbles dino was their brother and they used to go house parties and we're used to carry the crates to to to the back of your party and that's how I was kind of already getting into the music and so we were listening to a nucleus and jam on planet patrol all jams freak or and all that digging of that and so I was already being a fan of it got into you know. I like to be boiling too. I like the dancing. Couldn't do any of that. I tried my hand at it a little bit but it was not my thing. I wasn't that good but I seem to be okay with with words. I was alright with putting words together and I don't know but I was good at speaking right so I put my words together properly person and what I started putting on the paper made sense but it's a trip because in my school there was some crews there were like boys man. I remember Mike. Do Mike Sierra him in this Venus another dude I duNno disannul. Cello Taylor went there. Remember Lion Number Line until these news at all. I don't know if you remember these guys from Norwalk. But there were used to break the pop and stuff and there was a place called the tutoring. You remember the tutor familiar. You know what I mean. I was real young party. Got a chance to sneak in once and go there but these cats were really doing it like they were doing and we will go to North Park to watch dad's big circles of dancing and I was just like to have tight and I would love to watch it heavily. Jekyll cats I used to watch. I used to watch that and so I was always a big fan of that and matter of fact. I don't even know if you put these cats on one of your mix tapes or not but I mentioned him earlier because their football team got good might Peres with third member but they were on a group called. And I'm W Norwalks most wanted no never know I remember who they are and I remember De Music but I've never I'm correct this after because my last mix tape was. I thought it for nine hundred eighty seven to nine hundred ninety one. They came after. Yeah so I graduated in eighty nine and they. Yeah they definitely came out. They were after. I don't know if they were in school when when they were doing it or not. But but then guess so. They saw that time I was. I was Solo. I was already recording my own. Little Demos and stuff and they were. They had a couple of songs. Album came out of their vinyl. Better tape. Things hotman people were digging it in Norwalk and everything I remember is tight and it was hard. It was aggressive and it was. It was good stuff elected. The shuttle's cats we were still cool. I mean I don't see them very much but what I did run into lease might It was cool to see him but I remember them doing their thing. And I was doing my Thang Solo but I was probably the least likely that you will adopt those income never rap career when I was in high school even though I was a fan I wasn't like I wasn't the dude that you thought he's going to come out and these start making record like he's taking it like that for real because he was literally a private like I just kind of started pursuing it myself. I didn't tell anybody other than maybe some close right. The new and I started looking for production. I don't know I don't know anybody in the game so I I lived in the in. The old newspaper magazine called the recycler. Remember that paper. So you start looking for producers in the recycles interesting continue please. Yeah just picked up the recycler or the gas station. Rosecrans still brinker now my gas station and they always recycling that was. I used to like to get classifies and cars and stuff like that all the time and I couldn't tell you what section of worth. I don't even know how that happened that I found some dude named Alan. I call him. La Lax Alon. He was over here by lax and he produced beats and you have studio and I forgot how much he charge per hour. But I called the dude up. Set up an appointment and drove down. Who's pad and we produced and recorded my first song at his studio by by the airport and my older brother went with my brother running. He went with me and we recorded a song called Chemo. Komo and we redid we recreated brickhouse as the commodores We did brickhouse on pump palm. The first I ever did was we recreated brickhouse and did this dishonor had rian her right. Kfi Am team all gay one. Oh Yeah Yeah. It was just as my brother. My brother do the hook thing whether might have done the hook. Maybe eight lost sock sang on it but was all through. The recycler was not a man. I didn't I didn't really know I didn't know anybody that was producing. I don't know anybody like that. I didn't know a lot of other rappers so I was. I literally just jumped into something to do this. But I've always been like that for this. I'm GONNA do it. I'M GONNA RECORD. Okay when you did that song and you let others hear it. What was the response where it was crew responsible is good? I don't think they were blown away by any means But there was it was good. It wasn't bad flannel. I won't put it together and there are doing more songs. I worked with this dude named smooth T and we did a couple more songs together. I got a couple of songs that dude and I was working with him at that time. By that time I was already nineteen years old and I had this demo and I was selling copiers office equipment at a place called free stores. Downey right there off a firestone right when you enter down from the sales guy I was a sales guy slash driver so I can make some commission by selling the machines and it's somebody else old when I had a delivery so So but I think that opportunity right. I had a little mini cassette player recorder and and I will just tune into k day or day waiting for them to play some impact. That ACA right to. That's all at that. Beagle and I would just work on my rhymes and I would record a little pieces and I would stop it after I had each line. So you can hear the punching and the punch out on the tape and that's how. I would write what I was working and I was driving. And eventually those same devils. I stopped working at that place eventually. Go same demos became demos at a handed? When I I might send dog. I ended up having those demos that are had made you know. I think it was three songs. And there he took him is doing jerry. Johnson used to work at eventually. I ended up from freeways ended up working at bally's like a gym or is it like working out. And that's where I met sin through Jerry. Johnson handed him these these demos and we took them Cypress usually will work out in there okay and they used to go in there and yeah just for the record. That's dog from Cyprus from Cyprus. Oh right and so before. They hit the road. I get the opportunity to see him. See them in there and I went up to hand might have been Jerry. I think he handed it to him for me if something like that and I remember. He took off on tour with the tape. Became back waiting to see what he thought about it or whatever and he came back and I remember I remember always remember what he told me about the demo and he said all he said was you got adult voice. Keep writing cool. I saw any voice. Keep writing all right so I think that I kept writing about to hang with him. He he eventually would kind of. Give me some tips. And some advice on like rhymes and stuff and he gave me a public enemy tape I think it was nation natured. A million and that is our turn that on that album before so then it was that one okay but anyways he handed me that tape and he goes listen to this and he's odd practice that cadence so he basically said this is. This is a cadence. You WanNa you WanNa talk with which I don't I don't I mean what's up sent. We're good friends still when we're good. And apparently that must have been an influence of his and he passed that on to me and he gave me that tape. And that's where I got a lot of my my early. You know. Obviously you evolved. But that was my early stages of like when I started. Kind of developing more of my my my wrap schemes. So whatever I had on. That demo wasn't quite like what? I eventually started to practice in become but it was. That was a big part and so a lot of my rhyme started to have that kind of Chubb de cadence and send cadence so even some of our early stop would have that kind of cadence tour eventually. I started then pulling drawing in my own stuff because I like to get melodic and stuff because I have Michael ringing where I can kind of do some things voice so I started throwing little maladies here and there and I started flipping Spanish and stuff the way the way that the way that I do which I always wanted to make it seamless. My whole thing was to try to. How can I make this transition be a not undetected? Almost undetectable to not. Even you don't even realize that had happened. And I'm not taking you out of your rule or anything like that so eventually I started doing my own thing but send out. I'm glad you brought that up when he said You know you have a dope wars keep body and you said okay cool. You didn't allow it to our man. I thought it was an assignment that was shot me around because one thing that I always to award is just because I mean not be feeling or may not like it you know what she continued to shop usual somebody will. There's an audience for for everything. I people you know what I think is dope. I like this. I like this but it's not something that I'm looking to work with right now. This is what I'm looking for oil and that's not really my style. Coup Ikea positive point you in the right direction does another guy. That could possibly work with you. I always try to encourage people to to pursue their dreams. If that's what their dream is but I always tell them but make sure you have talent to pursue that you're right you're just not doing it just to get girls and smoke weed in the cool and the video i. The sad.
"kemo " Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"We have eight available in effect is a mix tape that that mix tape that contains that song other than that There was one more announcement that I had to make. But if I remember I'll say it right before we go back to break a once again. Let me go ahead and introduce my special guest chemo. The Blacken from delinquent habits was my brother you doing. I'm doing good good man you know. I know we talked before you went to Europe and we talked when you got home from Europe and we we had you booked but some things happen that we had to reschedule you so I want to say thank you for coming back and keeping your word because there was many people that were requested not only yourself but also you and I think what happens together and hopefully we can make to happen in the future. We'll we'll bring both of you guys bats but Before we start digging a little bit into your history I remember meeting you. I WANNA say possibly early nineties because your first album dropped in nineteen ninety six so it had to be a couple of years prior where I met you with Steve. Yano in the city of Alhambra s galley studios. I met you and I've Zor Do you remember how are you? You met Steve Yano. Yeah not exactly. I don't exactly remember but I I know how to do is like connection that I've said okay either. Either he knew him directly already or or I want to say maybe possibly Frank Lozano also was in connection right there for six back in the day of you remember Frank Frank Lasana. That might have been the connect right there. Because I didn't I didn't know I really didn't know anybody in the industry. At that time I had just started stepping in to the game and just into the world of production at studio that I mean literally I had a few demos that had come myself when we met Steve. That was probably the first time I started meeting the established players in hip-hop day. Okay okay you don't be once again before we start digging in. I wanted to ask you during this pandemic right now. Is there anything that you miss that used to do before you can't do now? You know what to be honest. It's it's been a kind of a lot you know what I mean. I do miss going out to lied. Advanced frequent yearly in La. You know when I'm home a lot of times my wife and I will get together and we'd go out his particular best that we liked like an audio on Goliath or we'll get cultural events benefits things like that. I do miss all of that activity But I like being home with my family so and we all like each other so so so we've been good. I mean it's been a good couple of months. It seems like now dumb but obviously getting together with friends going out and hanging out a little bit of that man so far on tolerating it like I'm good. We'll see we'll see much more we can. We can go this way but it's going to have to open up Sun's GonNa give because the economy can't really survive like this so some going to change. No that's true you know. My brother was telling me he goes. Yeah we're going to be a lockdown for like eighteen months. I said America's a world problem. We're not survived. Will Collapse collapse on me? Signed really the only thing I miss is going to the gym. That's the only thing I miss is because to me. That was like therapy. Been an hour hour and a half hour with my son. He was bought me. How spot him? And we had blown after that will go either hit the elliptical whatever and then go on to the Sauna Chill come home showered building take Bolton and feel good you know but n- now that homeless hit the gym because you look good. You look man. Looks like your him. Jim Thanks. That's too bad you got to. Maybe talk about a program over the pack. You know what I'm saying. I'll definitely my soul's resistance pants or something because I if you know especially if that's routine of yours that you can't get in now mostly what I do I just do a lot of cardio pull of dips or whatever you know. At one point I had to wait here but I thought you know I got Jim. What do I need them so I got rid of him but now I wish I wish I had them when they're here you don't use them like a. Lotta Times are here and you sit after awhile. Maybe get him for the first six months of my hit him hard and then right the while lack. You've gone and sometimes motivator to home. We have like a gym at home and I did. I had to wait. Said the whole squad. Rack the whole the whole thing. Olympic sized stuff and after a while they sat right. 'cause I guess motivated at home and somehow jam gives you a lot of diversity so you can kinda mix it up. Yeah exactly exactly like I think. The last time you were actually here was in two thousand five of fifteen years ago but before that. I Have Mitchell into early nineties now. I remember back then. You were stock you. You almost like a football player. You know you're you're big. I was big at one. Point fluctuated I think most of my young when I was younger to high school in just a little bit after high school kind of hovered around ninety like ninety time. Okay two hundred you know right around there and I think somewhere around somewhere between ninety ninety four ninety. I don't know I blew. I've got his biggest two hundred seventy nine pounds. I was almost three hundred pounds. Yeah the doctor was like diesel buck that cholesterol level that kind of thing so I took action. You know what I mean. He started changing the way that I ate in the program. That just kind of having to cut him down salon calories mostly but then I got sick so I had lost like thirty pounds which I needed to do so I was going to. The doctor's like you're doing good you know so because they wanted to put me on medication do that. I don't know why you with me. I really try something else differentiated on the meds right so it was just a matter of over eating period and I wasn't working so dropped thirty pounds and two thousand ten. I was diagnosed with throat. Cancer well right. So that is kind of a cheap and I kind of accelerated my my weight loss in downtown one hundred ninety one pounds and that's about ten years ago since then. I've been steady around my normal weight and that kind of thing. So that's the way got a little bit stressed but it all turned out good did you. Do you ever look at your old pants like damn. Can't you still got some I got? I like sometimes keep wardrobe from an old video. Shoot or photo. Shoot them really liked that I wanNA remember and like about a Dope Alpha that. I really liked her though Pendleton and got some that. I could never wear them again but I still have them in online. I put him on like the seams down here. Yeah or just looking at photos and you go. How did you how that happened right a lot of times? It's funny we're talking about these strange. I don't think we're going to start conversation like this this but I think I last has to do with mirrors. Sometimes if you have a mere that you look at every single day the same year from the same angle from sometimes. It's hard to notice the changes taking place right but then you hit the road or you know you go to a hotel vacation or something and you see a different era with another light. Goes on happy? You notice something so one. Sometimes it's good to take another look from another angle a different perspective. You know what I wanted to ask you. I watch a lot of movies and I watch a lot of documentaries. I'm a sports guy but right now. We have no sports on stuck watching shit on Youtube or Netflix. Six or my fire stick all and I have direct. Tv Channel DIRECTTV. And I still can't find shit to watch you know but I like watching a lot of documentaries or a lot of series like for example. I watched I announced the last time Malcolm X. Malcolm X. patrols dope of the tiger king. I watched that fucking weird but I enjoyed it and Dan don't fuck with cats right now. I'm on Waco about David Koresh crazy from Texas entity you like to what you want to throw out the amount that you've seen lately. Giggles don't I was watching. Who KILLED MALCOLM X? You know that was gold. It was interesting it was kind of shed New Light. You know things for me The Tiger Keenan tripping on that a little bit to wild story. I mean I think I got maybe through four or five episodes something. I don't even know how long it was but I also dipping in in and out of sleep. You know the thing is I stay pretty busy occur and by the way I do kick back sometimes kindly and I contend to fall asleep. Do keep my shoes off for the better part of the day. Because I'm always kind of doing something ready to do something what time I settled down. Tear myself away from the system. The computer or the studio I get comfortable. They seem questionable early on my last little while man but you know I tend to go around twelve o'clock twelve thirty so there's only a small window for me to kind of stay of but I like movies though I do. Like movies are movies. Docs I like this. I like to learn different things. I WANNA get my kids on documentaries more you know they. They consume a lot of youtube. And a lot of stuff. That it's okay. It's just that I want to kind of guide them more and kind of what they should consume at least kind of put it in the air. Because they're so young they can absorb so much. We'll have conversations that are very intriguing very interesting about social issues and things like that things like that. And I'm not an expert on those things I mean and I know what I know but I can't answer every question so I was started. Encourage them okay. There's a lot. There's a lot of information out there. Let's find something that you know. This is the topic you WanNa hit me with every question. I can't answer questions on. We find something I can kind of feel that an answer that for you and then and watch different. Different people answers on one side. You know that kind of thing but movies. I like movies. I go back from watching old movies really the like Bronx Tale But I'm also like tripping on some of the new movies and twenty nine thousand nine. I also watched. I'm a fan of you. Know like who didn't grow like love and rocky right like so. That's just who didn't who didn't love that right and so I always watch when I when he does something. I WanNa see where he's Atwood he's doing and I'm always impressed. Man is due did it because he created rocky he told them I'm GONNA. They wanted it but they didn't want him to be rocky right right. And he's like that's cool you we're GONNA do rocky but if we're GONNA DO Rocky Rocky. And he wouldn't let him have it without always admired bad that he did that and everybody kind of took the dope because he sounded. Don't be and the fact that he established these franchises rocky. I think rambles. Here's as well and he did some crazy and did the expendable which brilliant because he's like okay. I'm getting old. I'm kind of not the action star that I used to be can kinda get more longevity in the game and he does this thing and then not only does he do it when he brings the all these other action heroes. They're really popular anymore. I thought I thought that was Berlin. Three or four movies out of their route three so not long ago. I think there's a Rambo last blood or something like that is pretty good. Man is pretty bloody. I mean I do also notice that a lot of times..