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Why Affirmative Action Is Setting Up Some Students for Failure

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Why Affirmative Action Is Setting Up Some Students for Failure

"You've written this superlative work inconvenient minority. Everybody needs to get this book. Everybody needs to read this book. The attack on Asian American excellence and the fight for meritocracy by Kenny Shu that's ex you Kenny shoe. I know you're not a psychiatrist. You're not a group psychologist, but you are out there. You are traveling the nation, talking about this discrimination. I have to ask a question based upon my personal experience. I was a fellow at Harvard in the 90s and 98 99. And I went to the Kennedy school as a fellow. I took some courses. And right there in the 90s, at the end of the 90s, I saw reverse discrimination. I saw people who were there at Harvard who were clearly there because somebody said, oh, you're the right skin color. You need to be here. And in my year there, I saw these people suffer. I saw them, you know, out of their depth, I saw them struggling to keep up. And I wanted to myself, and now after I've met you, I wonder even more, isn't there some kind of really detrimental effect, you're having on those you think you're helping by putting them in a situation that they're not ready for? Isn't this like a double whammy for the community that they're supposed to be assisting Kenny? First of all, thank you for mentioning that I'm touring the nation and you can book me at color us united dot org organization that are represent. Second of all, let's talk about yes. Let's talk about the damaging effects of racial preferences on the people that they're supposedly trying to help. So new studies have been released. Unfortunately, African Americans who get in because of affirmative action into these top law schools, for example, tend to graduate at the bottom of 25% of their law schools. That leads to lower salaries, that leads to lower confidence and these people, if they were just matched to the law schools in which they were qualified for it, they could have graduated the top of the class, they could have been well sought after for partnerships, law firms, everything like that. So I don't even get the sense that racial preferences is actually even helping these black individuals furthermore a new study showed that black stem majors tend to tend to drop out of stem at much higher rate because of affirmative action because they were put into courses in which they're ill equipped to compete,

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What Is D.E.I.? Kenny Xu, President of Color Us United, Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 3 months ago

What Is D.E.I.? Kenny Xu, President of Color Us United, Explains

Why 'Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion' Is More Divisive Than You Think

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Why 'Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion' Is More Divisive Than You Think

"It used to be about equality, racial equality, equality and civil rights. Now we have this phrase or this word equity and we have the acronym, so diversity, equity, and inclusion. When you talk to us about why these nice sounding words are actually more divisive than ever before. Yes, let's unpack these terms, okay? Why is the left switching from equality to equity? Equality says, we're just going to treat you on your merit. We're going to give you equal opportunity to succeed, but after that, it's on you. You got to compete for it. We don't believe in equal outcomes. We don't even believe in equal racial outcomes, right? We're going to give everybody a public education. We're going to give everybody access to healthcare, whatever you want to call it. This used to be what liberalism was, by the way. And then we'll let you compete or liberalism at least purported to be. But now they're replacing that term with equity. Why? Because they don't like competition. Now they're going to force the racial outcomes that they want, even if it compromises equal opportunity. Here's what I mean. So they say, for example, that the achievement gap right now in terms of test scores is inequitable because black students tend to do worse on the SAT instead of white students. So what does Harvard do? What are top colleges in the school in the doing in the U.S. right now? Well, they decide they want to eliminate the SAT. Not because not because anything's wrong with the SET. Yeah, it's a test, and it's not the only thing that you should base your admissions off of, but it's not inherently racist or discriminatory.

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Seb Talks to Kenny Xu About Racist Standards at American Colleges

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:27 min | 3 months ago

Seb Talks to Kenny Xu About Racist Standards at American Colleges

"Those who are not familiar with you or your work, will you give us a little bit about your background and how you ended up doing what you're doing today, Kenny? Sure. I was a math major in college. I went to Davidson college. I did not have any experience speaking on these issues, but I knew from my time applying for college that Asian and Asian Americans were always going to be held to a higher standard, just because of their skin color. And I thought that that was wrong. But so many of my Asian American Friends didn't really buy into that or they bought into that Kool-Aid. They started saying things like, well, you wouldn't want too many Asians on your college campus anyways. And that was very offensive because Asian Americans are very diverse and they're very different people. So I started speaking out about this. I started speaking about a Harvard about Harvard's discrimination against Asian Americans. And which led to a Supreme Court case that has now been litigated at the highest court of the land, it could overturn race based admissions forever. It's called students for fair admissions versus Harvard and since then I've become the president of color S united and what we do is we fight for a race blind America. And we believe that that's the principle that should motivate us, not race.

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Kenny Xu Shares Shocking Statistics About Ivy League Admissions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Kenny Xu Shares Shocking Statistics About Ivy League Admissions

"Will you just share with us some of the shocking statistics that you divulged at the conference in New Jersey, then yesterday on my show on newsmax when it comes to the barriers, the official barriers that are being put in place by deans of admissions by the directors of admissions at these very prestigious schools in America. So give us the nuts and bolts because I think most people will not believe what is being done to the Asian American community. Yeah, this is the results of my investigation in my new book and inconvenient minority. And the results are staggering. They are staggering. Asian Americans have to score 440 points higher on the SAT to have the same chance of admission as a black person. And a 150 points higher to have the same chance of admission as a white person. Asians actually score highest academically in the admissions process to Harvard. They score highest extracurricular and then Harvard penalizes Asians by calling them the lowest on this personality score. Now, what is a personality score you may ask? It's a test of what they call a likeability, good humor, leadership, skills, it's very subjective in Asian seem to pass with flying colors to get the highest scores on alumni interviews because the highest scores and teacher recommendations, a second highest on counselor recommendations. But Harvard rates the lowest anyway. Very suspicious. Seems like Asians are being discriminated in this process.

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Malkin's hat trick powers Penguins to 11-2 romp over Detroit

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Malkin's hat trick powers Penguins to 11-2 romp over Detroit

"The penguins crush the red wings eleven into as of Kenny Malkin return in style after missing a game with a non coated illness Malkin led the score sheet with a hat trick in four points teddy blue were added a goal and two assists the team as a whole played a pretty good game and yet I think just kind of a little bit of good fortune some bounces going our way Sidney Crosby Ricardo cal and Bryan rust also had a goal and two assists apiece while Kris letang set up three scores the blob puts the pens within three points of Carolina for the metropolitan division lead and keeps them one ahead of the Rangers the hurricanes have two games in hand on Pittsburgh I'm Jane fairy

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American Express Goes 'Woke'

The Larry Elder Show

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

American Express Goes 'Woke'

"American Express Kenny has disavowed capitalism, talk to me about that. American Express brought in a Harvard Law professor, no surprise. His name is Khalil Muhammad, he came in and spoke to all of the employees. This is based on the sources that I've witnessed. He came and spoke to the employees about how capitalism is racist. And by the way, how American Express should lower credit requirement for black Americans. That's what he said. And so if American Express takes their advice and judging by how woke they've gotten a majors do that, they're going to become an explicitly racist company in the name of wokeness. This is why we have to stop this is why we have to fight back. We have to organize the ordinary Americans against American expresses woke

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Timberwolves beat Knicks...Rafael Nadal advances

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Timberwolves beat Knicks...Rafael Nadal advances

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Kotkaniemi scores twice, Hurricanes roll past Bruins 7-1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Kotkaniemi scores twice, Hurricanes roll past Bruins 7-1

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Film armorer blames ammo supplier in deadly "Rust" shooting

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Film armorer blames ammo supplier in deadly "Rust" shooting

"There's there's been been a a new new lawsuit lawsuit filed filed in in connection connection with with the the fatal fatal shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust the the lawsuit lawsuit is is being being filed filed by by the the movie's movie's armorer armorer Hannah Hannah guti guti eras eras read read and and two two colleagues colleagues it it was was their their job job to to supervise supervise the the use use of of weapons weapons on on the the rust rust sacked sacked the the suit suit is is filed filed against against ammunition ammunition supply supply SF SF Kenny Kenny and and his his company company she she claims claims the the company company brought brought live live rounds rounds to to the the set set we're we're only only blanks blanks and and dummies dummies were were supposed supposed to to be be present present a a gun gun Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin was was using using on on set set went went off off last last October October killing killing cinematographer cinematographer Helen Helen Hutchins Hutchins and and wounding wounding the the director director investigators investigators have have been been trying trying to to figure figure out out sense sense how how a a live live round round ended ended up up in in the the weapon weapon came came here here said said in in the the past past that that he he is is sure sure his his company company didn't didn't send send any any live live animal animal to to the the rust rust set set I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Thorne leads No. 11 Spartans past No. 13 Pitt in Peach Bowl

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Thorne leads No. 11 Spartans past No. 13 Pitt in Peach Bowl

"Payton Payton Thorne Thorne threw threw for for three three touchdowns touchdowns to to Jayden Jayden reed reed as as Michigan Michigan state state defeated defeated the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh thirty thirty one one twenty twenty one one on on the the chick chick fillet fillet peach peach Paul Paul thorn thorn was was twenty twenty nine nine of of fifty fifty for for three three hundred hundred and and fifty fifty four four yards yards read read caught caught six six passes passes for for eighty eighty yards yards thorn thorn said said it it took took awhile awhile but but the the passing passing game game finally finally came came alive alive S. S. game game and and obviously obviously you you know know we we weren't weren't really really in in them them for for a a lot lot of of the the game game but but in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter you you know know we we were were able able to to to to string string some some stuff stuff together together and and you you know know take take advantage advantage of of the the there there is is a a we we thought thought we we were were gonna gonna be be able able to to about about third third string string quarterback quarterback David David bevel bevel after after starter starter Kenny Kenny Pickett Pickett opted opted out out of of the the game game and and Nick Nick Patti Patti was was injured injured the the Spartans Spartans trailed trailed most most of of the the game game but but they they exploded exploded for for twenty twenty one one fourth fourth quarter quarter points points to to win win it it going going away away Gary Gary McPhillips McPhillips Atlanta Atlanta

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Lt Col Dan Rooney, Founder of Folds of Honor, on God Putting the Right People in Our Paths

The Dan Bongino Show

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Lt Col Dan Rooney, Founder of Folds of Honor, on God Putting the Right People in Our Paths

"News for you I've got a great guess A personal friend a patriot an American hero although he's a humble guy and he'll probably deny it but I refuse to let him deny my friend Dan Rooney who runs folds of honor Dan Welcome to the show Dan thanks I'm blessed to be with you And I'm praying the good lord will bring us lots of peace in 2022 Wouldn't that be an honest amen That's the only thing Yeah I know Your life and we just got to help each other out And I think we can get to a way better place Well you do a lot of that And you know conveniently it was not some setup We read your spot in the last hour You know they booked those way in advance She was like wow this is convenient Here's a folds of honor spot So FOH dot org slash Dan is the link if you want to donate to this amazing charity We're going to talk about now So Dan I was telling the story before the break just on a personal note What a small world how you and Ryan happened to be very good friends and I went to business school with Ryan Another believer believer in the lord a guy who really cares about this cause but I guess that goes to the theory that you know if you want to fail in life surround yourself with bad people If you want to succeed in life surround yourself with good people which kind of speaks to the importance of your charity and getting some of these the children of these heroes into educational institutions where they can surround themselves with success Yeah bro I couldn't agree more And I use this term synchronicity I call it chance with a purpose right Just how everything is connected and God puts people and experiences in our paths and you mentioned Ryan loel and that connected connected us and we broke some bread last night and we're telling Dan bongino stories So there's a great Kenny Rogers song and the title is you can't make old Friends It's a beautiful thing These relationships that we have in our lives and that's really folds of honor you mentioned but it's just an awesome ministry as we head into this holiday

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Back-to-back: Young gives Alabama consecutive Heisman wins

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Back-to-back: Young gives Alabama consecutive Heisman wins

"Sophomore sophomore quarterback quarterback Bryce Bryce young young was was awarded awarded the the two two thousand thousand twenty twenty one one Heisman Heisman Trophy Trophy receiving receiving six six hundred hundred eighty eighty four four first first place place votes votes giving giving Alabama Alabama back back to to back back winners winners for for the the first first time time in in school school history history young young had had a a spectacular spectacular season season turn turn for for four four thousand thousand three three hundred hundred twenty twenty two two yards yards and and forty forty three three touchdowns touchdowns young young becomes becomes the the first first Alabama Alabama quarterback quarterback to to win win the the award award and and the the fourth fourth has has a a winner winner for for the the Crimson Crimson Tide Tide since since two two thousand thousand nine nine Michigan Michigan defensive defensive end end even even Hutchinson Hutchinson came came in in second second while while Pitt Pitt quarterback quarterback Kenny Kenny Pickett Pickett and and how how state state signal signal caller caller CJ CJ Stroud Stroud came came in in third third and and fourth fourth in in the the voting voting respectively respectively Mike Mike Moriarty Moriarty New New York York

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No. 17 Pitt rolls by No. 18 Wake Forest 45-21 for ACC title

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

No. 17 Pitt rolls by No. 18 Wake Forest 45-21 for ACC title

"Pick pick quarterback quarterback Kenny Kenny Pickett Pickett did did his his thing thing and and god god help help us us stop stop defense defense as as the the Panthers Panthers claimed claimed their their first first ACC ACC football football championship championship forty forty five five twenty twenty one one over over Wake Wake Forest Forest Pickett Pickett threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns and and ran ran for for one one more more he he said said an an ACC ACC record record with with forty forty two two touchdown touchdown passes passes on on the the year year and and also also top top Dan Dan Marino's Marino's school school record record with with eighty eighty one one career career touchdown touchdown tosses tosses that that was was why why I I came came back back and and I I I've I've you you know know felt felt that that you you know know strong strong about about you you know know myself myself and and what what I I could could do do and and on on top top of of that that the the team team and and the the town town that that we we have have coming coming back back so so this this was was absolutely absolutely everything everything that that I I had had you you know know envisioned envisioned and and you you know know just just to to to to say say like like I I said said so so you're you're gonna gonna do do some some around around do do it it it's it's it's it's really really special special thing thing after after giving giving up up touchdowns touchdowns to to Wake Wake Forest Forest and and their their star star quarterback quarterback Sam Sam Hartman Hartman on on their their first first three three possessions possessions pitch pitch D. D. hassle hassle them them into into five five sacks sacks and and four four interceptions interceptions including including a a pick pick six six Reddick Reddick villain villain Charlotte Charlotte

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No. 1 Georgia routs Georgia Tech 45-0, looks ahead to Bama

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

No. 1 Georgia routs Georgia Tech 45-0, looks ahead to Bama

"C. F. P. number one Georgia has warmed up for the SEC title game by blowing out Georgia tech forty five nothing Stetson Bennett passed for two hundred fifty five yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs secured a perfect regular season at twelve and we're just focused on doing the duty lies nearest we knew what this game meant for us and for the history this program and that if we slipped up anything could happen tight end Brock Bowers hauled into scoring passes including a seventy seven yard TD Kenny McIntosh added a fifty nine yard scoring run meanwhile the Bulldogs allowed just one hundred seventy one total yards in their third shutout this season Georgia began the day leading the nation with averages of seven and a half points and two hundred thirty six yards allowed I'm Dave Ferrie

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"kenny." Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:47 min | 9 months ago

"kenny." Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I am your host Jimmy trying to thank so much for listening. We've got Kenny main on the show long detailed interview with Kenny talking about is exit from ESPN and what he's up to now and the state of sports media. Good long conversation with Kenny Mayne who is very, very funny as you all know. Before we get to Kenny, let me also tell you we have the train of thought segment following Kenny main's interview with my buddy salad where we get into some things about the Tom Brady Doc men in the arena on ESPN+. There's a new in season hard knocks with the cults. We talk about the latest episode of curb your enthusiasm, get into something on Steph Curry dominating on the road and whether an opponent going into a rotor and lighting it up as one of the best things in sports when the crowd starts turning on their team and siding with the opposing players as color he did. One night this week in Brooklyn. So that's after Kenny main. Before we get to both of those spots, let me just tell you if you missed any recent episodes of the SI media podcast to check them out in the archives last week. We had Becky Lynch from the WWE and the ringers Kevin Clark two weeks ago, Al Michaels, three weeks ago, Chris long, four weeks ago, Jeff levy and Jeff Garland from Korea enthusiasm. So if you miss any of those, go into the archives, listen to them download them and subscribe and leave a review if you can do that. That would really be appreciate it. All right, let's get to this week's episode, Kenny main followed by train of thoughts right here on the SI media podcast. All right, joining me now, first time for me on the SI media podcast and he's become a pretty popular podcast guest since leaving ESPN, long time, ESPN stalwart, very popular. Kenny main, Kenny, how are you? Thanks for having me. I just signed up because I think her name was cool. It sounds like a rapper. I thought you were a rapper when I first saw your name. I can't say I have any wrapping skills at all, unfortunately. I have no singing skills at all actually. I love to sing. I wrapped for Snoop Dogg. This summer I did the Olympics for peacock. Yep. And long, long ago, we did a story when I was doing the pretend football stories of ESPN. We had my niece who was a singer. We had a John Legend on piano, snoop, rapping, my sister and her church choir gospel choir. All that together for the Peyton Manning dance it was called. So I made up a really stupid rap that I always wanted to do for snoop, just as a thank you as a silly tribute. And when I was on his show during the peacock time, I just screwed I'm doing it. I don't want to do it now, but I did do it then. Well, snoop impressed..

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America Is in Free Fall Thanks to Joe Biden

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | 11 months ago

America Is in Free Fall Thanks to Joe Biden

"Our country is in freefall. We have never ever been in a situation as we are in right now. I don't believe the president was elected president. I don't believe he's president. Let's say you disagree with me okay. We'll put that to the side. Let's forget about that which would be unbelievably significant. And we need to get to the bottom of it. But let's put that to the side even if you think he was elected i cannot imagine more disastrous policies and actions than he has taken right I don't know if he is a animatronic corpse. I don't know if his handlers are behind it. We don't know that alone is a constitutional crisis that we have all become so cynical. I think that's the way it goes. It's not the way it goes folks. We get to choose our leaders and if it's shown that they are not actually leading If he is suffering dementia and there are other people around him covering for him that is utterly utterly into thankful to the united states of america. I don't need to say the constitution to the nation. This nation cannot be what it is. If we're not clear on who's running the country. This is a scandal. Every republican should be doing everything they can to get to the bottom of what is going

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Coming Clean on COVID Vaccine Side Effects

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 11 months ago

Coming Clean on COVID Vaccine Side Effects

"Talked to many people. I'm just being blunt here. Folks who have had horrible results from taking the vaccine now clearly. It's not everybody but let's say it's five percent or one percent that have something really horrible happened. You're not allowed to talk about. What can i tell you something. I'm talking about it now eight. Because i'm not going to play that game but the point is that i have heard people say yes. Oh my mother-in-law took the shot and she's never been the same since we had a neighbor in connecticut or was this weekend said after i got the second shot. I've never been the same. I have trouble breathing. I've ever wish she supposed to go for redress. Nobody wants to hear that story. Now that's a mild case. You hear about women. Having late term miscarriages. You hear about testicular inflation. That's an economic issue. You hear about all kinds of weird stuff because the spike protein is supposed to do this and do that. What if it goes to this part of the body. What if you hear all this stuff and what's insane as you're you're not supposed to talk about it and i'm thinking are you kidding folks. If you're not talking about this if you're not posting about on social media. I know people losing their jobs like tremendously qualified. Extraordinary human beings losing their jobs because they think taking the vaccine would be a medical mistake. They don't wanna take it and we have to take it otherwise. You're going to lose your job. That's where we are in america. So if you aren't speaking out wherever you are in doing your job To speak out folks. You've become part of the

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What's Happening at the US Border Is an Insane Crisis

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:08 min | 11 months ago

What's Happening at the US Border Is an Insane Crisis

"What is happening at our border is an insane crisis anybody with a modicum of common sense knows that you do not let people into the country unless you know who they are this is so basic. Anybody who doesn't get this is really foolish. And you can't even listen to them because this is really basic. You don't let people into the country unless you know they are whether they should be let into the country. There are people all around the world to come to this country. We can't simply let people in. We have a process that has been thrown in the garbage. We have total chaos. If our borders are not safe. We are not safe. And what do we need a tragedy. Do we need another nine eleven to happen before people say. Oh yeah you know you were right. We should've kept her eyes on that ball. What's going on. Ghanistan is a scandal. Yeah and we're is the pushback from the republicans. You got like a handful. Republicans pushing back. They should all be pushing back. I mean we. Have you know you mentioned democrat on one hand you could mention. You've got ted cruz. You've got josh. You've just got a handful of folks out there Devon nunez who are

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"kenny." Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"kenny." Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

"Are you doing today very good. Thank you thanks for having me. Yeah you you're works. Had a big impact on me. I'm really looking forward to exploring this. But i always loved pulling back the curtain and kind of getting a better understanding for the person behind the journey Sorry love to know. Just kinda here. You articulate some of your early days in the early version of kenny. Werner looked like well. I was kind of a prodigy which was a positive and negative so the early days looked like dazzling teachers and parents and but nobody really seeing all the deficiencies.

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"kenny." Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"kenny." Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Anyway My son is nineteen and is a big dolly parton fan as a result of that he became a huge kenny rogers. He's nineteen years old and you know he's just not got caught up in the draft. You got that right. My question is do you. Are you saying not only you know. I'm fifty seven. Are you seeing a younger fan. Base of any sort that has it has a has an interest in your music. You know what i'm convinced of. All the people that bought my records played it for their kids. I those kids are now growing up and enjoy what they heard when they were kids. So it's it's a great hand off. I think managing..

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"kenny." Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"kenny." Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Sure many of you recognize that voice that wonderfully distinctive voice. Kenny rogers. He's here in the studio with me. He's got a brand new memoir is titled lock or something like it. He was raised a housing project. One eight children in houston texas. His father ahead drinking problem in rochelle we say his mother was a stalwart who worked she worked. How many jobs she worked as a as at at the Church in the nursery and then she worked at the rice hotel cleaning rooms she worked at. She just worked everywhere she was. She was an amazing woman. She was a nurse assistant at the hospital. And yet somewhere in your heart you believe she emasculated your founder. Yeah she needed to deal with how to take care of. You sometimes reality's emasculating. You know she threw emasculating in the sense that he wanted to be the man but wasn't capable and i think that really hurt him and he knew that but to my father's credit he stayed with my mom until he died and he didn't just run off and leave and find somebody else do that so i have to step back from him sometime and think about those qualities that he had and he was funny. He was a hilarious man to be around. He made us laugh every night. And so you know. They each had their contribution to the family. But my mom's stronger. And my mom i remember her going to all these jobs and she told me once son she said be happy where you are never be content to be there but if you're not happy where you are you'll never be happy. Here's an email from keat. Who says i was becoming a little disillusioned with rock music at about the same time. Kenny rogers switched to country. I'd like to know if kenny rogers had similar feelings for the direction rock music was taking at that time. We'll i was accidentally rock in high school. There was a friend of mine. Name mickey newbury who Who did imbibe in medications. And he wrote just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in. And i just loved the song i thought it was socal so i asked him if i could record it. And he said he couldn't let me have it. Because sammy davis junior. Had it on hold. And i would've loved to her getting i just. We were never comfortable. The first edition was never comfortable being rock and roll and we were never fully accepted. That song was so unique that it was played on rock radio. If you look back we had songs like reuben. James ruby. Don't take your love to town. And we had songs that were really country oriented. And i've always been much more comfortable there and.

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"kenny." Discussed on Run With It

Run With It

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"kenny." Discussed on Run With It

"You join it and you can pay a monthly fee and basically the mission of the organization to provide some sort of like a cushion for everybody that's involved working on entrepreneurial projects like if it's a failure urge you know if you so you can keep having some means to keep going and keep trying new things. It builds like a safety network for. And i believe that actually working so i think there's room for models like this i believe also has very little do with ai. But i have a bar. That's that's high enough to make sure that the people who are joining that are not just going to sit on their hands and goes without saying and i'm sure you're not advocating. That people are going to join in. And they'll say i can just write whatever i want today or who. Who cares what. I ended up producing. Because i'm gonna get part ethan. Cotton this is probably the reason that people inherently know. This intuitively know that or believed that other people are gonna be lazy about it if they know that they can read some rewards of the people who are working really hard. So i want one thing i want to come. I wanted to layer on to The model that we suggested here of using ai to generate content ideas giving those content ideas out to the world having people submit their own content in the have different ai analyze it and pick a winner and say okay. You're the one who's going to write this book. The gap that. I think that addresses. There's one that addresses in the selection of writers Another opportunity would be in helping. Those writers actually succeed. It seems like right now. Authors fiction authors are on an island source. Where they're they're writing. Sure they haven't editor but they're not getting as much direction as you could probably get from publishing house and if you're using a are to help them in that creative process maybe it's just helping them write faster. Maybe it's helping them actually with topics or ideas plot points. Whatever than i think you have real advantage. It reminds me of the business model shop affi- in south strangely enough to say that they help create entrepreneurs. That's the entire goal for it. And they reduce friction for entrepreneurship. If you kim reduced friction for people to become good authors you are going to make a lot of money. I like that. That's a great spirit for this kind of project. And i think you know just going back to the ethical question if you wanna write. Nobody's stopping you. You can write to your heart's content. I think what you have to ask yourself to alan right or do i want people to read my right. You don't want people to pay for my writing. I want to on a hobby beard. I want a livelihood. And i think if your answer to any of those questions is the ladder. This is where you should be looking because this is the future will said we are well over time. here. Kenny is there anything else that you wanted to talk about related to this idea that we didn't get to a little actually so i And putting out some books come down the line here that i did want to mention It's a lot of very cool stuff for entrepreneurs out how to run better businesses. Something i know a lot about having run and sold the business myself very recently. If you want to stay up-to-date on those resources you can find me on instagram. At hop culture can like pop culture but with an h and. ken kenny. A name or kenny. Gould she o. U. l. d..

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"kenny." Discussed on Run With It

Run With It

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"kenny." Discussed on Run With It

"I just got a chance to visit a more. Were setting than up typically in sit amongst and flowers and gardens. And i wish i need to have a country home to complement my My suburban house near the highway. He will you outnumbered by users on the call today. We've got kenny gould with us. Tell us a little bit about kenny. Yeah i'll tell you about kenny. His old friend a lot to say about him being fellow yinzer. Enter to you know jesus didn't know it We go way back Kenny We drink beer together a lot because he's He and i are hollick's We have a lot of As the This none of this year as the current creative director of Next glass and this is the company that actually bought his business culture. He's working on the untapped beer festival. Currently that's spelled u. n. t. a. p. p. d. which happens at the padres stadium in san diego and it will be in october twenty. Twenty one You could just google untapped beer festival in..

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"kenny." Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"kenny." Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"We've talked kenny wallis. A number of times on the radio side television podcast did some with him and his brother rusty just a while back but this this particular episode is pretty specific. We've narrowed it down. Like when we had bob costas on march. It wasn't just about his career. I think he calls him the wikipedia interviews where people book remember that one time and then then there was that other time. Now i like to do a lotta pieces that are career retrospective and especially people that we haven't gotten to know that well over the years but kostas segment was all about the art of the interview whether it was letterman style. The larry king style. You name it so this. Killing wallis visit is specific to his recent visit to alaska. Follow kenny on twitter and you always get total update on what's going on in his life and he was racing in alaska so i started thinking how do you. How do you end up racing in alaska. Obviously you're getting paid to go do it. Somebody had yet you there. What about your car. Where does that come from. And i loved the anecdote that somebody locally local driver so sure i got a car kennington us but he gives him a car that he considers the crappier car thinking. Hey it's okay. I'll get the chance to beat him. Because i got a better car and then i'll tell everybody. Hey kidding wall and she's sitting on fox. Tv all those years part of the wallace racing family. Yeah i beat him at the local race except he didn't he. There's a great little nugget about that. Also just the idea of being in alaska the great frontier. What did kim and kenny. The great kim wallace with him on the trip. What did they see. What did they do. So it's the adventures of kenny. But it's more specific. Kenny goes to alaska. Which does sound like a great children's book. It is the latest kilcoyne conversation. A little fun just talking about his adventure there as always we are presented by our great sponsors which includes be g.

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"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"No it's summer in New York it all this somebody driving down the street playing love is a mess. Oh, matter what neighborhood I'm in something. They could have gone a different way. They are. But no! I think I noticed it. Maybe the I moved to New York and maybe two, thousand, two, thousand and two I probably noticed. Is that summer I heard somebody drive down the street and then every summer afterwards. I would notice like I'm always hearing somebody. Blast in love is a message going down the street. No matter what neighborhood I'm in. Ain't that something, were you? Were you guys aware at the impact of? Because based on the Times that AC- on record and you weren't making twelve inch. Records as of yet, but did you guys have an inkling like okay? The long you make the song more. They keep it on other. It is yeah. I'm telling you. We we had a fight would CBS. With them? Because the first long virgin record that we did was love, I lost. Yes and then we came back out. I mean that was. That was smoking at track and We told them about the twelve inches. Right but CBS wanted to have him on a forty five. It's not gonNA work. You know what I mean you gotTa have. You. GotTa, have To twelve. It has got to be the same size as the album. Because mastery little if you try to master. For a little forty five. It agreed not. Yeah you wouldn't get the same sound. But. Yeah that that did, but we finally one and the battle with them on twelve inch, being The long version, thirty, three and a third. And Ain't no stopping this now. We must have so like seventy five thousand. In New York alone on twelve inch I got warmer. Data wrap up. Jacko's Rhythm Talk Oh my God. I Love How? GOING TO BE MY LAST SONG Right when Rapper's delight was red, hot, Jaakko and Jacco. Henderson basically is the father of hip hop. That kind of cat. WHO's Hey pop? Used to get into the back in. Philly guy. He was a curly Philly and New York yes. Probably a month later after rapper's delight rhythm, talk comes out, and at least in Philadelphia. It just dominated. Jaakko uses tell me. He said is the thing Kenny? And he said. He said let me go in the studio and give me this track, so he went into the trek. He did an excellent job. Yes.

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"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Suicide, or whatever natural causes it doesn't matter. When you dis someone has to pick up your body regardless of the circumstance and generally speaking, you'll see two types of people picking up dead bodies for living. You'll either see thoughtful caring, professional or a complete train wreck of a person whose life is always about to spiral out of control. I'm somewhere in between and I. Don't know how much longer I can take getting called out in the middle of the night to scoop brains off a county road or pick up pieces of people sleeping on train tracks. It's a lot for a teenager to handle. I'll tell you this much. Growing up in a funeral home is killing me. My name is grant, and these are my funeral home stories. iheartradio is number one for PODCASTS, but don't take our word for it. Find my funeral home stories on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts. Can You? Can you speak upon teddy at the height of his powers and? I. Don't think there's there's not much emphasis on. How powerful he was and where he was headed. where he was headed in his career, but them believable. Daddy and how? How? I'm starting as drummer in Harold Melvin the blue notes like how was that? Power is contained. Inside of that unit before you've actually had to bring it out like you always knew that voice was there. Nope, it's a matter of fact. My introduction to Teddy Benegas I was out doing something called me. And upset gamble. 'cause we will always tell how Melville. You needed a lead singer. How do you take that? That he wasn't. He's like Charlie. Brown. Not The starve is. Like, but how? How is a genus? A mean this man he he put, he put that he could take all of us and make us the blue notes. You know he s the kind of gift he has. And I used to tell him that was. He was my friend number one and we're trying to get. We're trying to make it. And so the key of it would be, is that He had. Out there and so to compete, our had a soft voice with Merle smooth voice, a nice voice, but you need it bad boys. That could Rochman House. Yeah, you needed a voice, decorate the house and so off call me one day said man. See How got a guy hit? It plays the drums. He's a gambler. You got hit this guy so by the time I got down there to the office when I heard him I, said off. As as the guy we've been looking for. On! How did you break the news to herald bet? Guy Should sing I miss you. because. We all thought that was Melvin. Right no it. That's where the problem came in is that? You know that there was some kind of How Melvin Blue, not we had at the blue note, featuring teddy penny grass, the grass right, and then we changed it because how would really putting together a fantastic show? He had because it could have been how Melvin and the blue notes feature, Teddy, pornographic and sheriff. Gordon paged. Before she was singing immigration the group. McFadden and Whitehead Report Sharon page in. You know they knew her. She was from north. Philly. and She Voice so sweet now hope we can be together soon as great and That was a song that we did with Dusty Springfield Oh wow years ago. Hope we can be together soon and and how Melvin. Took share impeach and rehearsed her. and. When I listened to it I. Wow, so this is good I said, but you know what. Let's see. We gotta put Teddy on here. So, so was how Shantha Age and Teddy Bene- aggressor reser put teddy on the end, right. which which really made it made it to me? Made it nice. You know and was kind of hard to argue with success, but I know that that must have caused. Some sort of conflict with I didn't know I didn't look at it like that I looked at that 'cause. I'm telling it's I was telling him? I said we trying to make it you know and to me you be like fooling yourself. If you don't try to. At least do the best you can do. Did he try to attempt to sing me songs himself he did he have a part in them. Oh, I was GonNa say you version of I. Miss You with our them singing. I miss you. Mean, okay I was like I got here I. Don't think it might be though you know somewhere. Right update rails right? Okay gear, but. Now. was was made for Teddy Billy Graham, and what was the decision to have him? Leave the group and did it cause. A conflict of interests like okay. You're going to produce US both now. What we could have. And that's just left in seventy six. So was that a government interest from them or what they wanted to leave? They want it. They broke. The group of a teddy left to group right. And he came to me and said look I'm leaving her Melvin and I can't get paid or whatever the situation whether. It's as say cannot stay as he can stay. It's no problem so then when I came in. And the House will you know? Teddy loves group. I got me a new singer you know. And I'll stay but I. don't want Teddy over here so well. Can't do that. You're going to lose this. One. Right can't do it so. and he had a good group because that's when Ibo I'm thinking. Yeah David David Ebo. I think his name was Kenny might be. But. Anyway, it was good. And but it wasn't like Teddy. Pentagram is right it all thing and And I think that's during a time when wake up everybody. Came Out And, that was pretty much. Didn't need a background. Wake up, everybody and so we didn't use a background, but that was before the group broke up anyway. Okay, okay, so it wasn't wasn't anything, but I loved how Melvin Nanto. A lot of talent and He's the guy who discovered Teddy Pinot Gris..

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"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"From that point on then got into Ben. Romeo's. Laughs with made it really. As jell, even closer because we'll be urging all the time and the key to the Romeo's was. That the Romeo's was a band that we used to take songs that were already out. That were very popular like safer. They keep on pushing. Curtis Mayfield want people like that. We would take their songs. And rearrange them. We do a lot of medleys we do. People be familiar with the songs, but they would be different so. And huff is A. He's a singer. Roland was a singer Tommy was a singer. Can Sing a little bit, so we used to do like the hi. Lo's Oh we're. Take six. We used to do that kind of music, too, you know. And I really like that better than Than anything you know when we all sang together because I never really did like being on stage a black by myself, you know I never did strength in numbers strength in numbers. It was beautiful, so so do you know the first song you charted on an artist previously international? PRI affiliated national. I hit that we had before. Hope what the label scene like in Philly, like I know, there's lost night. It was a lot of them yet. It was a lot of it was chancellor. They with Cameo Parkway. Dad like record for all these labels all. Have a collection of. Like fifty labels all different. LEAD UNBELIEVABLE And of the. The Andrews! I was a fan you can. I knew it. Yeah I'm believable. He was Voice was like unbelievable. Thank you. So, how how is it that? We had like over twenty labels in Philadelphia and then. Suddenly. They just started to dissolve one by one. The industry changed. Okay industry changes like it's changing now. The industry changed. Because it went from independent distributors. To corporations take it over. Say for example He would have I would say in Philadelphia. They were about. Let's say fifteen distributors. Philadelphia And those distributors would might might be Rosen's was the distributor. On North Broad Street and he would sell. He would distribute maybe mercury records RCA, records. And maybe epic then you'd have Williams distribution they would have. Four or five other labels. Now, the thing of it is is that it got down to the point where. Where the industry. became. More consolidated okay like a chip. It's chip in. San Motown had sceptre at all these labels. and. You would. You would make a record. ouimet records in in It was much easier than those days for us. Because you make a record, you get chips to distribute it for you. and. You get airplay was the whole thing you gotta get your record on the radio. Somebody's got to play it in order for people to to want it. and. It's an old industry change. When the CBS is! The Warner brothers and all of these major. Corporations started to consolidate and they were by. All of these little labels and put them all together then WanNa. Brothers became a distributor. Themselves okay. Columbia records became distributed themselves. And so once they became distributors they were able to. Take guys like gambling off because we were independent. In fact, it was a good thing and a bad thing. Because they became competition now you know the major companies around, but what we were able to do. is to survive because. We became creative company. And the marriage that we needed was and that we we searched for. Was An administrator who could collect whatever royalties whatever monies that was due from all over the world, because it's a worldwide industry, so you gotta be collect money from. From Philippine Philippines Brazil every place. You can think Oh yeah. How how familiar are you with the Harvard report? Which? I believe that the original Harbert report. In Nineteen, seventy, one seventy one. Of which I guess, it was stated that. For. I don't know the point. was that for major labels to survive? Or for black music to survive, for basically the idea of a major label adopting. Smaller, black label. Yeah, that's that's what national was so. Was it someone? Who because by that point seventy two, even though there is. There's backstabbers and like things were starting to heat up but who? Who's the person that? You know who was inspired to write the Harvard report that really argued for you guys to to have a deal with Clive Davis. or He? This Harvard report and it's like you know you're right I should do this. I think they sponsored it. Oh. Okay Lot of director. Comey sponsored it because we were there at CBS like nineteen, sixty, nine seventy, when we was making ideal right, and it was kind of like if shadowed what we were doing with with CBS. because. There was a time when we would do albums and we would Album covers. And we will put the like an artist. My Jerry Butler or somebody like that on the front cover and their sales department was in all. We can't sell. It can sell it because it was a black face on it. Yeah, race records race records. 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"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:39 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And that morning when my mother I asked I, said well. Who is that? You know up the street? And they were out there. Baptizing people with this hose with hose a lot. Yeah with a water hose like with the. And It was so interesting that today. I still go there 'cause they always say the convocation around the my birthday to have it all across the country by the way. And, so that's what really got me listen to music. When and when you listen to our music, listen to the morning to try to. Get them horns going in there and It was good. What other thing you asked me was seeing the whole project through. The We started in Seventies. With the binding properties, we're clean up together. The intention was. To those properties and get the Land I. And so! That was there was a brother. His name was Norman and who worked along with us. and. He was These are real estate guy. He knew a lot about real estate and my wife. She knew about real estate, so we. Kinda disguised Norman as a person. Because then we could get them for very low prices because at that particular time. The the property in these neighborhoods. That I mean he's vacant lots. And whatever at that time they were very very cheap. You know in the city really wanted to see if things Developed and They had a couple of public housing programs, and so we were able to build up construction development company and they worked out good. It worked out real good that That the city of Philadelphia, it's not easy. It's not easy because it's a lot of red tape involved in all this, but. You know you gotTA. Go through it to get to where you WANNA go. That's what started the whole thing, but the the one ingredient as as we were doing this. The one thing that came into my mind was. Why haven't these programs work before? You have so many. Good intention people that want to do something a community. And what I found out. Is that in the development business? Is that you have people who live out of the African American community doing all the work in the in the community. And so we decided to do is to. Live in the community. So that was the biggest decision of all is to move back into South Philadelphia and be there. So that. The neighborhood because. I was all in the newspapers. You Know Kenny Gamble boots back to South Philly. Watch because. What do you call it? When the neighborhood being Chan turned around? Case thanking us. that was starting to happen and And even today I mean it's just unbelievable. You got lots in South Philadelphia. That were at that particular time maybe. You could buy them for five thousand dollars, or whatever with today, those same lots today might cost you fifty one hundred thousand dollars. And, so it's become a money game. In fact, all all of it is is based on on economics and This is like New York in Harlem. Same thing happened the same thing to happen in Washington. DC all over the country you know. So. That's what I am. So with music. What you were a guitar play correct or you played almost guitar. Dabbling. Yeah? Maybe six chords that I. What was the first musical performance he gave were like how did You develop your chops well. Well. You know. We had a band called Romeo's okay and. Always, we had some good people I mean role in chambers. He was guitarist. Okay. He was great man. You know and And then his brother, Carl was drummer. called chambers. And you had tom bill played keyboards. Yet Leon Huff who would who played keyboards and world and all that stuff? And you had Lenny Cooler. Who Played The organ? And So we used to play, we used to play on the weekends all the time. All the time we play on the weekends and UH. And that that was a lot of fun. That was a whole lot of fun. Working on the weekend well, it's I would say that So, you're saying that the the the gathering of the. What you would form or dubbed the Santa Philadelphia the. Tom Bell, those guys they start you all started together when you were in high school. Okay Tom Bell. I met him Sister name is Barbara. She used to be in my class, okay and so. She asked me she said. Come on what we own one day one day. I'll walk the home. She lived on Parish St, Fifty something at fiftieth and parish. When I got to the house heard somebody playing piano. So as I, say planning piano. That's my brother Tommy meeting. Me and Tommy Bell we wrote three songs that day. Wow, really we still got. Those songs mean the funny part about it. is we I keep telling him I said Tom. Let's see. We got to cut themselves. We got to cut them songs. Where because if we go, nobody will know you know what I mean. I got a question, didn't you? Weren't you raise? We Face Jehovah's Witness Right. So how did the music, how did you? Kinda strict when it comes to the music, or how did you? Want, do they have the? Music jaws witnesses, but they didn't even know that scary. Yeah, yeah, well I mean they're not their own music. They have their own little song book. It's not like going to a Baptist Church or whatever and they got See, you would never raised in that sort of none hollering fire and brimstone. No, not really no reason that, but you know what I loved it. You know I love I. Love Being in House of prayer. And and that's still go around me. I still go there even now when I want to charge and I wanNA. I WANNA. See the real thing happening. I mean like you say you go to a good a good meal, and and not only spiritual food, but you get some physical food you know and It's I. Always Keep It on on in mind. You know your partnership with Leon Huff, when did that was. That was really the key to the whole thing. They used to be the Shubert theatre. On Broad Street. And And we were working in the same building. I was working on the sixth floor. And huff was working on the fourth floor. I was working with a guy named. Jerry Ross. Who had label, dream lovers. Member them when we get married and all of songs. and. was working with. A Madeira and associates that they had bunny sigler. He was working with them and you had lent. Barry did one two three et They were working with Leslie. I mean so men men. Men just met up one day coming in that building and And we started talking because there wasn't that many African Americans in that building so. was kind of like a brill building for Philadelphia. You go to send the same thing, but much much smaller than umbrella. You know what I mean. And so we was able to To meet up and talk a little bit about what we wanted to do. You know our dreams and aspirations where? And so. I went over his out of semi. Come over your house. He lived in Camden. Someone went over his house one day. And we started writing songs was I was just like me meeting. Tommy Bell enough muster, wrote baby about six seven songs, you.

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"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Would that's great man? It really is and. I. Tell You we. We tried our best and we had good people with us to. You got succeeded as far as. I'm thankful. Thank you very much and I'm glad to be here. This is a beautiful thing a lot energy. Were you born in Philadelphia South Philly? Yeah, where Fifteenth Christian. Wow. Down the block from where you live now radio right down the block. Still live there still live there. How does it feel to? Grow up there to be born there. And see where it. was sort of dissolved to and you single. Gentrification of right wing. Well Restaurants love. Dino's. Everything that you did for that neighborhood it was. It's it's been. You know it really. To me, it was like. It was like a no brainer. Almost you know, i. can you live in a world where you've got? The era that I grew up in. You Got Malcolm X. She got Mohammed Ali. Eligible homage you get Reverend Leon Sullivan you got all these great people talk about building our community and. I go to a lot of meetings in I would ask people. I said WHO's going what I mean. We all say you know you know we should do this and we should do that and we could have this and we could have that, but the question is is who's going to do it. So, With my children and everything with from solid gain that idea and my family. We decided to give it a try, and and I didn't live there all the time I, lived there, and then I moved away like everybody else. Do I'll move into the suburbs. and. It was really nice, but I kept thinking about South Philly. You, know I'm always in south Philly because that's where our office was and everything so eventually. I! DuNno inspiration comes to came and said look. When we did was clean up the ghetto that that was that was one of those ones that kept pounding. And so it's like a you've got to put one foot forward and see what you can do, and and it all started pretty much. With With Bein the properties once we started buying all the properties. And we have so many of them is in what we do with all these raggedy house. All all these big lots and raggedy houses in. And so it's just a matter of hey. WE'RE GONNA to clean up the ghetto. We're going to rebuild and the way to not only rebuild houses wherever rebuilding people. Rebuild the culture and everything and so. So it's not working it. We've been announced we moved. Like Ninety. Nineteen Ninety is when we moved back to South Philly. Okay, you know and we were. We were glad we're you know because it was. It was beautiful out. Grab when and But it wasn't as beautiful as it was when we go back to South Philly all. It was a culture shock for my kids everybody. Say where we at now you know but It's like one of those things where. You know you can't. You can't really keep asking somebody else to do something for you. Talk about that. You can do for yourself. You know so. That's pretty much. What is effort and there's not by myself we got. Hundreds of people that have really saw where we were coming from and. And you rebuild the whole neighborhood. You rebuild a whole community of people not to mention the school system and the schools that was everything is evolved around health. Good Health and education. At! So. We have some tremendous health programs that we were on education. was was the number one thing that we got involved and that was. The charter schools. And, so we have eight charter schools. And believe me. It's not an easy thing. It's not easy. It's GonNa take. It's GonNa, take years and years to reverse. This this consciousness that would then especially the African American community. And, but it's working. It can will work you know so. So, it's not it's not. It's not easy. Did you know that you were going to see it through from the very beginning assuming Matt you? started acquiring the property in the late eighties. Because even I hurt like I'd. When. My, uncle used to drive me to and from school. And we used to go like all that till abdicated. Busted down property and he was like. Yeah, you know Kenny Gamble And I could imagine. All these blocks. He's again. You know and. I couldn't see that far in the future did to figure out what vision you had to. Refurbish it and and restore it back to the what it is now like so from what year did you start to say that I'm GONNA rebuild. Well we we. Fourteen and fifteen blocks in south Philly or well, we well. It's we started like from From Eleven, Street. Always up to like twenty, four th street from South Street all we over Washington Avenue. That was the area. And within that area. There were. Blot vacant we at maps. We had like a war room. You know what I mean maps that every house. Every abandoned lot every school everything on on these on these maps. And what we did is came up with our plan. Plan was to be able to build a community. That, you could take an APP some open spaces. You know where you'd have some some gardens and have something open The schools! I mean it. This has been the hardest part is the schools. Education thing and What developing it like you just can't tell the city. I'm a mom. You've got to work with them. Yeah, you got to work with them. Even if it's a private school or well, these are charter schools, these public private schools, the problem with with private schools is economics of it. You know and And because many of our people don't have the money to pay to go to a charter school I mean to a private school. Yeah, so so we have. got a wonderful wonderful thing going and. And one of the things I can't think of it now you know. That's one of the to have when you get older. You start missing things. You'd be thinking about. Is Gone, but it'll come back. No come back. Man So. How did music I enter your life growing up in Philadelphia? What got you into the music? Well I, you know the music to me was always the always loved music, and there was a day that sticks out in my life, right? The data sticks out in my life. was there used to be? A baptism they used to have. Happened on fitting, Christian I used to live. And it was the daddy Greece church sixty. House of prayer, so the bands. I don't know if you've ever heard a band in. it was around my birthday when they have their Their complications and And that morning when my mother I asked I, said well. Who is that? You know up the street? And they were out there. Baptizing people.

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"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Episode is all about Kenny Gamble Co founder of black music month, half of the sound of Philadelphia and Lord of Production and composition. Yes, this is truly a special episode Oh and don't forget to check out the for the Classic Quest Love. Supreme episode posted this week with black music month, Co founder and legendary radio. Personality Deanna Williams Yep. School is in session, so let us begin. Ladies and You know that's all. I got latest German and this is another episode of Supreme. We have the supreme team with us. We have found Tikolo in the house. Yeah, and we got boss Bill. And Yeah, you hear mound clear. We got unpaid bill. Yeah, and we also have sugar Steve and of course lie. How are great? This is a special episode. We are not doing the Supreme Roll Call. We are in the presence of black music royalty. Universal Music Royal. Song off in a minute to. This is my jam. The best parts about the happen. We, are! Blessed to be in the presence. Of. One of the greatest one the greatest composers. Businessman producers. Also funky I can't even is on quiet. Ladies and gentlemen the man who gave us the sound of Philadelphia. The man who gave me my own career without him. There is no sound of Philadelphia the one and only Kenny Gamble or Come on..

"kenny." Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

"Kim tennis shoes comfortable, right yeah. Running a house and get some money white right here. To the habits of the few while we Were we discuss habits, rituals, and mindset tactics that you can use to reach your version of success, and now here's your host mole noble seat. Welcome, everybody the of few names see they'd be here today today got incredible guests, Mister Kenny Brooks, the comedian salesman, the door to door salesman. The guy that incredibly went viral over three, hundred million views and counting You may have seen him instagram youtube but have you this man is hilarious not to mention an incredibly savvy smart intellectual salesperson. This guy has his training courses. He's an entrepreneur. His been doing this since day one So please sit back, relax grab a cup of tea and enjoy the show you are in for a lot of laughs. It's funny how Your and we're GonNa get into your backstory, but it's interesting to see. You come from a sales background, but you're able to attach comedy to it. Right L.. Insanely how how long did it take you to kind of come up with the material? Was It years was months? Was it? Something that you are. Are you just always GonNa add it? Were like when I first got into sales like I just like. I had found like what works for me and I noticed like being funny was like it was the best about worlds because like a lot of people like you go to the door like the clear I do dry having doozy as them like they. It's like like you know you've ever stayed up the night watching infomercials like flew into TV to slim was interested in I feel like when I was going door to door, I had to like I had to be people and I had to win people over. But when I first started I didn't I didn't use personality see like what work but I I started pushing products I noticed when I wouldn't be myself I. was like that's not really working and knew was the funny kid and I knew that I knew I knew how to make friends and Dan what happened was that I started reading a lot of sales books like a real like how to win friends influence people by Dale?.

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"kenny." Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Adam how you doing today pal good good excellent menu hold up well how's the family good you got your job what's up here still working for the time being role would as it goes yep that's all we can do man I appreciate your positivity and I shared as well let's play today's game Kenny liver Kenny dye Kenny Rogers or Kenny Chesney alright I love it here we go is that Kenny Rogers or is that Kenny Chesney all riders find out please one of my favorite Kenny Rogers songs Scott this is a beautiful song some the course John in my most St with the it was a and change in the world with.

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"kenny." Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Kenny while even here it's easy to like this in the morning my dog one of seven what I'm Alexis don Kenny yeah that song well I think that's on a new you know it's the new Sir McLaughlin song you know that with the animals see the animals all really yeah I think there's something like that something watching TV late at night yeah I model that phone wow that is really isn't that sad sad song before there were some sad things last night on the Oscars at the Oscars all day today so make sure listening all the way through Lori and Julia because well there's a lot to talk about performances winners just that the fashion Jace is off today too so he will be back tomorrow and make sure it say that as well he's with his mom yes so let's jump right back into the weird speeches poor Renee Zellweger I mean green that she won for the with that speech went on and on buckle up because if you didn't like Louis Capaldi singing that song we this one we're not sure what she said it was you know you're rooting for because she won yeah search to get into a real muddy area I would like to point out that it whether or not you liked walking Phoenix's speech at least had a beginning middle and end and it made sense yeah that's right just like plugging lanes out the sky this one is the same amount of time interestingly enough but boy did it feel twice as long you want to see how much we can handle here we go.

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"kenny." Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"kenny." Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"I love it. I do want your book. Kenny and I will read it. I know silly well. Th that's right up your alley so yeah right up your alley this books so I know I know slowly you'll get it. Are you on social media anywhere. Yeah the simplest way to Phi. Mu's Google Kenny wise. All my stuff will come up but you can ask me on instagram. Kenny Weiss coach. I also have the greatness movement. I've to INSTAGRAM'S I have a youtube channel. Subscribe to me. I have over two hundred youtube videos on various topics tons of free information. Because I know everyone's about free information I do a weekly podcast every Sunday night live on facebook and Youtube but you can find it in the typical audible formats. I tunes all that as well. I'm on linked in facebook. You all the typical places. Just Search Kenny Weiss and you know the website and all that and as I said in the next week or two. You're going to see massive branding change. which will really it'll really like? I said the imaging will match the message in. I think I'll be able to reach a lot more people because I be honest. I I've said this my stuff tough. I look like a gummy bear salesman on yelp and the jets doesn't fit in your God like what he's saying but this is just crap. This looks like some Guy Who's coaching people in his basement. Like you know what I mean like you know sorry. Looks like a guy driving for Uber. I Dunno it the the material but when you see what's coming out because most people in this industry the first page of their website is that power pose I'm God I'm better than you. I've got it all figured out. Mine is completely different. It was a we did a photo shoot where he asked me to go back to the day I found my mom and I just lost got it I just relived it so I was just literally had split open on the floor and they're taking pictures and he's like so. What's it look like when you do the work I'm a roller coaster? Your car catches on fire. You win one hundred thousand dollars like it's up and down and he's like what about where you are now and so. Those are the first three pictures on the website. I WanNa be that vulnerable. I WANNA go look. I'm a train wreck to write. I figured a lot of stuff out. I know how live in my best day every day. doesn't mean my life is perfect. The when it's not perfect I love it. I'm excited by while you're still in hell because I know that's the answer take but I want people who are looking for that they they don't want the polished canned image that sells they want truth. And that's what works for me at least the people I'm looking to work with or attract and so when that comes out it's like finally that's me. I like that so I'm very excited. Sided for my out. There you go. It's my authenticity right. I get to furnish. Oh my authenticity. In and after years of living lives and personas in I cycle for everybody else. It's it's a very exciting time for me. So thank you thank you. Kenny Weiss W. E. I s. s folks if if you want to know how to spell his last name it's not I before e after except after seeing this exactly German W. E. S. S. Kenny Man It's the second time we've talked to you and I think I could talk to you for another three hours go right. I'm happy to come back anytime. I really appreciate. The opportunity needed to share the things I've discovered. I think it can really help people. We appreciate your time for sharing passionate Tie Is love it. It's it's bought. Let me freedom and it's my authenticity. It's what I've always meant to be in what I was always meant to do. So it's not a job it's pure joy that's what people love there. What we WANNA find that right? And I've never seen anyone show the process was like those are if you look at my book reviews. That's pretty much which everyone tells you why known shows you how this is. Why and how? And then the other comment you'll see is I've been to all the other personal development. It's like one one this one girl. She just did a testimonial video and posted in shoes. She spent over one hundred thousand dollars that you know people we now she goes. I went to their master's level courses and went through all the training and I realize now that was the bachelor's degree. Kenny was the master's degree. Yeah and that's usually who attract and that's a good fit for people looking for the master's degree in personal growth in finding who they that piece they want in their life. That's that's who will kind of gravitate towards me awesome stuff. Kenny Change Society. Man wishes to you my hope though. Oh and that's the point of the greatness movement is okay yes right now. I'm the one talking about. No one really knows about it. So it's all about me. But the point of the greatness movement is is that everybody else goes and learns this and they teach you to other people because what I really love is thirty fifty years from now. It's like what's this. Where did that greatness just moving things start like bigger than me? Everyone's doing it. And it's like yeah Kerry Cag- can't some ten. God's that's what I want it to be. It's it takes off on its own. People claim it for themselves and they share it as a new way of living. So it's about about that while you're well on your way thank you..

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