21 Burst results for "Khalif"
"khalif" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"We ask you about the leslie weaves out of it for a second you know. I know that's how you started and united. Let's just talk about wigs in general. Like what kind do you work with. Are you just like it. Depends on the client or do you have favorites. She always do a full. Do you do a partial like how do you decide. I think the wigs are more for transformation. You want a different look. You wanna love light tilly different. You know or it could be used for protective style as well. You know to protect your hair from putting so much to edge strain in whatever you know or either way dig the protective style but <hes>. If you have a client come in sit down in front of you. And she knows she wants away because she doesn't want shoes wants to have it installed and not have to worry about it. How do you go about deciding which one to put her in. Because they're home with their own. But i'm saying when you're in charge that wigs are not for everybody deaf another thing <hes>. And then it's about the lease and depend on really kinda what they're going for. You know like it. Could i can. Have you allow me to take control. Then i'm just gonna really take control man than just going to be my vision. But i usually do that separately where i pick amato and then i do what i want on them because when i work with people i really can do. You could tell me that. You could tell me to do what i want. But then if you don't like it did dennis hairstylist. I you have to give me some type of direction and for me to just be able to choose something for you because is if you don't give me no direction at all that has decide. Okay you leave in all of my hand than it could. It could be good or could be not your taste. You know now by no the person. And i really like no that. No them know them. They've been <unk>. From of mines. For a long time i would be able to understand and know what what works for them. You know like so kinda. That's a good question by is lying. It depends really depends on the relationship with the client. And the stylus you know okay. Let's pretend i'm your client ready. Money is no object. I wanna have some fun. I wouldn't watch much much. I want it to be deep pockets. Natural looking i want to be able to part it anyway. I want i don't want to the side part. I want to be able to jump into swimming pool and then get on a motorcycle and have it still look natural. I want my edges to look natural little now the view. Do you want natural. You always want to go for the natural. You always want to attach to you. Wanna do you want something that's gonna make you love different. Everything select natural every wig yard. I want frigging fabulous. I want it really long and really luxurious. I don't care how much it weighs i was. You know what i was saying. I was a red hair will really. Oh okay now. Am i going to get a full. Would you put just like a full legal. Read will read like growing out of this. Gal just turn you into a red hat. Okay would you have to someone with hair like mine. Would you have to break it all down bring it down and then yes. I'm not going to have to have glue and sewing. Tell me the truth are no just gloom. No sewing by the glue <hes>. It doesn't go on your hair so if you have some people that have their hair grows so close to the brow you know you have a different browser. Literally runs into my hairline. No yours is not that bad. People you save your. Sometimes they grow together. I'm persian that's how we saw the some people do that. Just to wear a wig. They was shave just to wear a way to get back. Because of your hairline is so close you can't have it so close the week if nowhere by the way to go. Oh eighteen ev. You have a teeny tiny four. You know some people here grows ike. You know just like a heart shape. Yeah so i don't have to shave my head. That's good news. you're gonna do glue. Only you know for my nice. Emma melted down. Melt delays lasers very important. The main thing to wigs lace. Can we talk about that a little bit. That's like the mesh scout part right. The better delays the better the way hd lays you have transparencies. You have switched lease. You have the regularly <hes>. Delays the best. And where does the lace go. Because i heard the the the the term. I know the term lace front wig but our of these part of the lace front. There are all of these lakefront. With the whole thing's lease he's given me okay <hes>. No you could you have closures. You have laced frontal that you have full lace wigs than you have <hes>. Partially way to have all song it really depends. Okay i want the hd lace. Obviously because i want the natural looking scalp. Tell me what is this. Gonna run me my big long red hair with my hd lace with you putting it in. I want the best talking a lease about about a dog dollars. If you want the best well no no. Sorry sorry. I i don't sell here so sometimes i'll want me to source it for me please. Because i want the best. So i'll pay you to find it about good sixteen hundred spending for good quality wig a good installation a good good everyday <unk>. Sixteen hundred. yeah. I i want to know you know. So we're talking about you know you're gonna install this this way and everything you're like all of these these details that you've mentioned you know like finding the right one obviously <unk> installing it correctly which we're going to get you. These are skills that you know you hinted at before like you know you taught yourself this but if i went down the street to the salon they would. They would not necessarily be able to do this. You know this is like this is a very specialized skill. Where are people learning to do. This <hes> i think a lot of people are. Youtube is very big. Very very melodic people from you to <hes>. A lotta hair stylists are doing classes. You know to wear people. Ask me all the time. When are you going to do a class when you do. I wanna learn you know. I do a class class. I haven't done one yet. i'm gonna do one. This yard is gonna be my first year doing class. Yeah <hes>. But i wanted to be perfect. I wanted to be. I don't want it to be anything like everybody else. So i wanted to be original
"khalif" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast
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"khalif" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast
"It would be easier for me to have personality in my jokes. If I just ordered a record them and then I'll be home later and then that helped me get that helped me develop my conversational for Monday. Yeah, the anyway which which which comes more natural. Yeah, I get. All right. Well dude, thank you for you know hanging out hanging out with me here and be going over these ideas and like and and the and and the reason behind them and all that share was it was I mean, you're you're funny, you know that everybody and I I think you're fucking hilarious. You know, I understand that man. Thank you, ma'am. Thank you. But yeah, it's a great day are you doing thanks man. I think I think I'm going to do some I'm going to do some more days, but I just totally hang out with comics and just talk, you know joke idea home and figure out what's what's behind the mission. I think it's cool idea. But yeah, all right, bro. Yeah, man. Thanks. Thanks for having me here, man. Yeah. I look forward to the listeners again. I hope to see you out there. May I hope to see you back on the grind? I think what am I to do is just like try to try to hang out extra hang out some shows just to get the inspiration again and and you know, and and then I'll part it. I'll be I'll probably be back out there at some point and off and get these ideas off. Almost definitely man do that because I'm trying to tell people this is the time right now. You got to look at it like the stock market crash everything that went down now it's time to buy buy buy before the prices go back up to look at that age. You know in the stock is the people the stock is the audience get them why they get voted off again. Yeah, man. So that is me and Ibrahim Khalif on the first episode.
"khalif" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast
"Credit college-credit. Oh and then and then then the end when I make that point the point I just said the end the end tag was the impact was equal pay for equal work equal pay for equal work, right? So yeah, it's like this guy's build a a multimedia Empire so that he can fuck Gwyneth Paltrow in in all of these other ones and group them. He said he's over weight. He discussed he you know, he was like an unmade bed, but he fucking a multi media Mogul so that he could have access to all of these the most beautiful women in Hollywood. He worked that hard so he can be that piece of shit that big of a piece of shit, but these women who are fucking these teachers teachers who are fucking East and like and like didn't work as hard. They're trying to pay off to fuck your kid apply for financial aid, but yep. New York like your kid is just it's just welfare sex at this moment. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah God, they're getting they're getting paid by your tax dollars twice. They took out loans to they took out loans to fucking go to school. You know, they took out financial aid to go to undergrad. They took out loans the fuck you go to school there is debt then they go and work for your school system that you pay taxes for.
"khalif" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast
"Because by the time you saw a lot of these guys specials by the time you saw a lot of these people on T. They were they were selling sandwiches timing was perfect. Right. Yeah, but we didn't because you know, we know now that's not the case. We know now about bombing. We know now about going to open mics and trying out material and it's in the painstaking process. It takes the grind and get that material right and everything but back then we didn't know. Yeah, so for years, so either way fast forward for many years people have been telling me, you know, you should do you should do stand-up you should do stand-up. I think you're dead funny. I think you're funny how we tied like a different type of sense of humor like pretty dark but make muhfucka stink kind of like yeah weird right always had you know, some type I didn't have the convention a so-called black sense of humor. Yeah as a kid growing up so but I wasn't nerdy either with it. It's kind of like a weird mix here cuz like I said, I you like right now, I'm back in that middle. And I mean we were like you were already, you know, nobody but you're not like yeah. Yeah, what either you know, right, right exactly cuz I was exposed to to to all types of birth. I said, yeah and stuff coming up. So either way so real quick and fast forward I end up just trying it items. I said look man before I before I you know go on too long, I think I'm just try it. So I went to open mic. I went to open mic and I tried it and I liked it. But I knew that it was I was like it's going to be a long time before I can even make money doing this shit or whatever. So I took I took a short break started a business. And then while I was in the midst of put my business again, but I still kept getting the itch, you know, I mean and Then I end up going back. Like I ended up hitting my boy up when it was a couple of guys with high school with that. I knew was Comedians and one of them put me on a show like a like a talent show or whatever. He was co-hosting gave me a couple of minutes like 5 minutes. I performed that and then it just it just went from there and I did it also too as a coping mechanism cuz my mom had passed and stuff like that. So it was just like he had passed away my mom like I told you wondering if one of your people to have a new and I did it to help deal with her death as well. So it was it was one of those things. But yeah, man, that's that's pretty much that's the long and short. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's dope till I get you had this like awesome introduction and then like it happens every happens every time when you when you get on stage and do something people five it like you just you like oh shit. They love me Faith. We have peace motherfuker really love me and you get really addicted to that to that like that that audience reaction. You're like, you know, what can I do this shit again? I mean and then so then when you log, When you find like, you know, when you finally fucking I'm going to do it then that's been like when you do it and people and people I like you and they laugh is like oh shit. I think I got like you have that dumbass idea. You know what? I think I got one that takes but you don't realize like how much fucking hard it is to try to get all that shit out of you. You know O2 I realized the funny thing with me is I realize like I said, I wasn't a popular funny person meaning I wasn't a motherfuker that was people knew I was funny but the thing was it was like people who knew me knew I was wondering cuz I'm pretty I'm pretty guarded. I'm a pretty guarded person. So to speak, you know, people who got to know me they sat around me long enough. They knew I was funny but there would be some people that I knew them up and I mean, there's a comedian me just as a regular person and they will be like, yeah, I don't think you're funny, you know, people say that you I don't think then they hang around me for a while ago. Oh shit. You are really funny because they suck. And they don't understand what my with my sense of humor comes from or or the angles I have so when I started doing stand-up I realized that I've been doing my shit adds to the whole sense of humor. I've had my whole life. I've been doing it to the wrong. It's like this is where I belong to say the shift that I say because many of the things that I've said, like I've had people used to work at that, you know worked with people without school with or whatever and they come and see me perform and they go yo, man, you're fucking hilarious but some of that stuff stuff. I've said to them and conversations, you know what I'm saying? I've said to them and conversation I've said or whatever wage and people don't pay you any mind, but it's something about having a microphone in the spotlights on you. You say something it makes people pay attention a lot more, you know, and then they able to digest it a lot more so that it made me realize when they may I'm talking to the wrong fucking people, you know. Yeah, so I totally get that you just like you need you need people who like just have the same mind frame of view and also have people who can sit down and listen to them. Like, you know, what I I think this I I kind of believe it in this in this guy just said everything that I fucken think about that I can't say out loud. And it's bucket amazing. Like one key got my brain for a fucking second and like and it made me laugh with with that same shit, you know. Yeah, man, see if I see like that's that's the one thing about about doing comedy that's fucking dopes that you have, you know, once you get out there and you start doing it and you're in the world that you have all these you have you can put all your ideas to the Forefront to see if they actually prompt thank you know, which is great. Yeah. Yeah a lot of ideas that you just that you would feel that the average person would feel kind of shy about with them about you. Say it on stage and someone goes yo that confirmed it right? Yeah that confirm. I was just I just was thinking about that the other day or something like that..
Gas Station Could Get Shut Down After a Dude Filmed Porn in the Snack Aisle
"I see what you're up to their Milwaukee and I gotta say it seems like a bad idea Milwaukee city government. There is trying to shut down a gas station. Thirty fifth hometown is the name of the gas station. Because someone without the permission of the gas stations owner filmed a down and dirty. Gonzo porn in the aisles of the convenience store chunk of the gas station at three o'clock in the morning and amateur porn actor in Frederick Allen. Enter the store in the middle of the night with a female companion Jelicic Astro del. She's reporter advice. Not The female companion reporter advice to be perfectly clear JELICIC caster. Del says that Allen who's wearing a bathrobe dances around in the video. Strokes himself for the Cameron. And then shrugs off his bathrobe gets on his knees and bones the woman from behind looking over his shoulder into the camera quote with an expression that says. Can you believe I'm doing this? Beside the starburst. The video posted to porn. How has been viewed more than seven hundred thousand times and a couple of dozen people with nothing better to do after enjoying that? Video signed a petition calling for thirty fifth hometown to be closed an elected official an actual elected official with nothing better to do after watching. The video took up their cause. And what Milwaukee District Seven Aldermen? Khalif raining told Fox. Six now news had convinced that this was a comedy piece of the onion at first. But no it's real Alderman Rainey. Who's leading the push to put? The Guy who owns thirty fifth hometown out of business actually said this into a microphone under my watch. I won't allow it keep in mind. It was filmed right next to the chips and across from the sunflower seeds. Ono those poor chips and won't someone please think of the sunflower seeds. I WanNa make it clear that I do not rise now. In defense of Frederick Allen Amateur Porn Star he's a convicted Felon Castro reports advice. Who's been with second degree sexual assault of a child? After a woman told him her fifteen year old daughter appeared in two of his videos. Those charges were dropped after a witness refused to testify. So Yeah Allen doesn't sound like a good dude but you know what I found in less than five minutes of searching on porn hub. Amateur porn videos shot on buses and subways guns. Oh porn video shot in big box stores. In airports and beam parks airplanes in airbnb fees amateur porn shot at world famous tourist sites. I didn't find anyone getting Eiffel Tower at the Eiffel Tower but I did find the Eiffel Tower and amateur porn. Shot and so many hotel rooms recognizable hotel chains and in one case a porn shot in my favorite hotel in the world. Quick shout out to the Maritime Hotel. My home away from home in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood. There's also some gay porn out there that was shot or so. It's makers claim in the Vatican basically wherever people go with their genitals on their smartphones. And there's really no where people don't go with their genitals and they're smart bones. Someone at some point has made a porno there and uploaded it to the Internet so shutting down places where someone shot a little Gonzo porn. Yeah let's just say that seems like the slippery of slopes to me a pretty luby's slope in fact because of the whole world goes the way of Milwaukee. If officials started closing down businesses where people made porn videos without the permission of the owners to say nothing of. Shutting Down Airlines and hotel chains and world religions. Pretty soon. There won't be anywhere for people to get gas or get a bed or get religion personally. Konso porn shot in gas stations. On I WANNA see that interested but you know what I would like to see what I am personally interested in seeing Milwaukee district seven Aldermen Khalif Rainey's Internet browser history. In fact I'd like to see the Internet browser histories of every member of the Milwaukee Common Council who voted to revoke the business license of Kalat Dallin the owner of the thirty fifth hometown gas station. Because I'd like to know where the porn they've been watching was shot. City officials three Alderman justified. Their decision to strip dylan of his business license because he was in the store when it happened and didn't call the police which leads me to believe that. No one on the Milwaukee. Common Council has ever worked in a gas station or as following the news very closely customers who all sorts of weird shit and gas stations and the goal of everyone behind the counter on the graveyard shift is just to get through that shift alive confronting dancing man in a bathrobe in the middle of the night. When there's no one else in the store why why would you do that? Could get you killed an L. In the dancing man in the bathroom in the store in the middle of the night is a black man. And if you've been following the news well it's possible Dylan worried that calling. The police could get allen killed. It would certainly cross my mind anyway. According to the testimony taken at the hearing where the licensed committee voted to strip dylan of his business license effectively shutting him down Dylan has run thirty fifth hometown for twenty years without incident and has a forty year quote positive track record as a small business owner in Milwaukee and he's cooperated with the police in the past and on this case to prosecutors credit him for the successful prosecution of Frederick Allen and they voted to close the business anyway after Alderman. Rainy said the two magic words sex trafficking. No one knows that the woman in the video was trafficked but she might have been for all anyone knows according to Rainey so they voted to shut thirty fifth hometown down lawsuit. Thirty hometown remains open while the decision is under appeal but there is one detail from the testimony that leaped out of me testimony taken before the licenses committee that seems to have been overlooked by the licenses committee. By the Milwaukee Common Council quote the man involved in the sex act better gallon amateur porn star has a history of doing this all over the city. So looks like we're going to have to shot all of Milwaukee
I will not exchange one brutal oppressor for another
"I don't say this from a place of privilege is quite the opposite. It comes from a real place of pain but Mike Bloomberg is the line that I simply will not cross. I can't here's what you may not know and if you are a supporter of Mike Bloomberg. I'm assuming you don't know this Mike. Bloomberg directly caused real pain real trauma in harm to people that I know personally people that I love and call my friend. That's not rhetoric. I'm telling you that. His decisions his policies his personal directives ruined the actual lives of countless men. Women boys girls and families all over New York City in many of them will never recover. Here's the thing. Because social media did not exist on the scale that it exists today during most of his time as mayor of New York from two thousand and two until two thousand thirteen with his final year in office being the literal year before the Black Lives Matter Movement began. Bloomberg narrowly escaped the nationwide public accountability and scrutiny. But he no doubt would have received in any subsequent year after he left office and as a result. New Yorkers particularly black and Brown New Yorkers have something akin to a collective P. T. S. D. over the harmony cost and. I don't want what I'm about to tell you to be a twenty reasons not to vote for Bloomberg type of peace. Those things out there. I just need you to understand the size scope scale in vile nature of the twelve years where Bloomberg personally oversaw in turbo charged a citywide stop and Frisk policy. Let me break down Britain epic. Bring it bears. What Mike Bloomberg did in his twelve years in office as mayor of New York City was the closest thing the United States has got to Jim Crow Apartheid South Africa in our lifetime. Now Bloomberg will tell you that. Hey everything I did. Existed before him that would be like saying prisons existed before the explosion of mass incarceration from nineteen seventy five until today yeah. Prisons existed but on a scale that was on par with the rest of the developed. Worl see from eighteen. Seventy to nineteen seventy the United States consistently incarcerated fewer than two hundred fifty thousand people per year. Today we incarcerate over two point five million people on any given day and over ten million people per year it's exploded so yes prisons existed before nineteen seventy yes a policy of stop and Frisk existed before Bloomberg took office. But he exploded. That's what he did. When he became mayor he grew it and expanded exponentially. Just give me a minute to explain it to you. In the twelve years Bloomberg was in office he ordered the NYPD. I need you to understand these figures. He ordered the NYPD to stop and Frisk people almost exclusively black and brown people a staggering five million eighty one thousand six hundred eighty nine times. Are you listening to me? And those are just stops. That police officers actually documented. Some people believe the actual numbers could be twice as high completely innocent. People were strip searched. Punched kicked slammed beaten groped. Tasers choked in shot in these stops drugs were planted. People were framed in tens of thousands of people. Every single year or arrested sent to rikers for crimes. They did not commit then eventually released without ever even going to court. Some people spent days in jail where they lost their jobs. Single parents lost custody of their kids. Others they did and spend days in rikers but they spend weeks months and even years for crimes they didn't commit. And while they were there in rikers like a young man a teenage boy named Khalif browder. They were beaten and tortured by both guards and inmates alike forced into solitary confinement for years on end then simply released without even an explanation. When Khalif Browder was released he was broken and took his own life. Experts say tens of thousands of other innocent men women and children were either cokes by prosecutors and police enter taking plea deals so that they could simply be released for time served or just chose to take the deals simply so that they could escape the madness of the jail only to be released from rikers back into Bloomberg's New York where they were routinely stopped and frisked again and again and again some individuals were stopped and frisked by the NYPD. Over a hundred different times. Can you imagine now when I say over a hundred times? I'm not using that number one hundred as a euphemism for a lot. I mean they were literally in stopped literally searched and stopped by the NYPD over one hundred times as parents and activists and organizers and preachers in mental health experts in justice reform advocates in constitutional lawyers all begged and pleaded with Bloomberg to stop. He were a few people met with him personally demanding that he stop begging that he stopped. They marched and protested in New York dozens of times. They interrupted his events in some of the smartest most persistent legal groups in the nation sued the Bloomberg Administration over and over and over again to stop these unlawful practices in a federal judge that Dean Bloomberg's stop and Frisk policies that deemed that they were indeed a modern day apartheid for black and Brown New Yorkers. She found that countless constitutional violations existed as she ordered an immediate halt to what he had done for nearly twelve years and even then he fought back against it and refuse to immediately implement the charges and changes rather that she demanded now when Bloomberg left office and his stop and Frisk was no longer a policy. Crime actually plummeted year after year after year. His racist policies that he said he had in place to make New York. Safer didn't make New York safer at all. New York got safer after stop and Frisk ended. All he had done was caused real terror to millions and millions of people and after this man Left Office. Bloomberg bragged about the policy and defended it with all his might. That's why in Twenty fifteen. He asked the staff at the SNOOTY Aspen Institute to turn off the cameras when he spoke there in bragged about how police withrow black and brown boys against the walls. All in the name of making New York City safer. He knew what he was saying was ugly. Have you heard that audio? Those kids that he's talking about and their mothers and fathers and siblings were not just humiliated by such an awful practice it shattered many of them and Bloomberg literally defended all of this after the policy had stopped after it was ruled unconstitutional. He defended it deep into twenty nineteen right up until he decided to run for president. And here's the thing. I have dedicated my life to fighting back against Donald Trump and his policies. I have campaign to oust horrible politicians and have helped elect bold promising new ones all over the country. I've endangered my family in pursuit of tracking down and bringing White Supremacist Neo Nazis. To justice so yes. Donald Trump is our mortal enemy and I work directly with the people in communities that his evil has impacted the most he must be defeated and he can be. I will not support one oppressor to another one. I want to
"khalif" Discussed on DLC
"Oh, man. We gotta juicy VR segment this week. Lots to talk about Khalif. I know you've been playing VR all of us have been playing tetris effect because why wouldn't you? It's it's sublime Khalif what what's your feeling on that game? So I was I was skeptical because whenever I see everyone on the internet literally, everyone on the internet gush about a thing. I'm like that can be that good. I can't be that good. His campaign. I like that keeps you in. What not can't be that? Good. It's so good. Ten dentists degree, right? It can't have everybody agreeing right? Listening like Khalif likes it. I news bad. I'm glad I wait. The win on a Russian judge to give the good score it so good. It's like one of those things that when I first sat down with it. I didn't play VR at first because I was like wanna see what kind of kind of feel like without all the bells and whistles with a and then you put the put your home at on your VR on and it such a different experience. It is. So very dislike. Such as Zende out chill experience that you see all these small little things. It's like pop up around you. And it feels like it's surrounding union -veloping you in feels really nice. And then I just love the way that they've just like attached and figured out ways to sink, the music with everything with all the visuals and all that stuff. And it felt like I'm trying to think what it felt like if the first time I sat in New York in watched like, the big Macy's fireworks. It was like that feeling. We're wow. Like, ooh, you can feel all the small little lake intricacies of of all the graphics. They have. And then it's weird because you're trying to play tetris while all this fun stuff is happening around you, and I've been messing up because I'm working at so so much of the cool stuff. That's happening around me that I'm totally botching the actual game playing. So just like, oh, I totally miss that line. Oh, Toby miss that whole thing could have gotten to points of that. But like. Look at that. Really? Don't try and go there just like flew through the like flew through to get to the next part of the layer for the level. It's I I love a love games. Like this. Like these the games that I kind of really appreciate now. My my older wanting something to like go to bed kinda stuff in league going to bed games are things. Like this. Like, I don't know VR is necessarily the best thing for pre bed gaming but this game itself. Even if you're not playing in VR definitely feels like it is like a big Cup of tea before going to bed, which is great is fantastic. It really is. I mean, sublime is I think is the perfect word for it. Is it took a game that is super stressful and made it zen. We actually got a listener who wanted to send in a review of this. What you can. You're welcome to do at DLC feedback at Djamil dot com. This comes from Simon he's from Florence Italy. And he says I love DLC. Never miss an episode. I want to write down a small review and explain why tetris effect is so special end. Well, my game of the year. Please excuse me, a find English as a little bit weird since it's not my mother tongue. He says the pinnacle of Michigan cheese research for sinister. Asia tetris affect is. In fact, the synthesis between luminous and res-. It's the perfect balance of game play music and images. Everything is crafted with care. Nothing left to chance every color every note, every vibration on the controller extremely refined clean its gameplay sharp as a blade, however, stating that it's.
"khalif" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Like, it was it was very eye-opening film, the juxtaposition of comedic voice with this very serious content. And then like the outing I'm well. I'm certainly glad I have the degree that I have because you will never not need government employees. People to administrate. Someone's got us. Now. This is amazing stuff. This amazing stuff. I I don't know, man. I. Last the last time I went I was surprised by the fact that because this was just Todd at the day that I went it was just Todd wanted around like a chicken. Okay. Cut up. Get everything meal that was like it. I was at the Harold Washington. Coach was in the last year. And all I could think about was as he opened up. He talked about trying to stop recidivism, and how many black bodies incarcerated, and he talked about this marriage between the arts and activism, and how we might see less recidivism if we met more people where they were like we saw the impact of thirteenth the documentary by ever do Rene about the prisoner industrial complex and Khalif Browder story. What do you think we gain from telling these stories through film, and how does it move and feed into the work on the ground is comes to executing at a legislative level. I think the best way to sort of get at that answers that storytelling through art has has a way of hitting people's ears differently than if you're sitting in front of them talking about a white paper or. Talking about a legislative proposal because I think that human aspect of. And that in human that human connection to the stories that really helps to impact and in amplify message or an experience. And so I think art has very unique in that way to art is unique in that way. Able to to be able to to reach people and get 'em in tap into that empathy of of another human being kind of letting people have the realization on their own rather than right? Sometimes. Right. I mean, I have to be your lived experience. There's something very impactful about watching somebody lived through something and tell their own story and see their pain the ads. It's it's it's an incredibly powerful tool to motivate and move people. That's how you hurt wasn't because agent was laughing at the power of art. It was because we're in our ear are coverage is yelling at us to take a break. It's okay. It's nobody's fault. I said. Important conference in congress. Had. Laugh, nonetheless, we've got a pay some bills. So we'll be back WGN seven twenty WGN is at.
Harley-Davidson Expects Motorcycle Tariffs to Cut Into Margins
"Thousand riders thought new Harleys last year in Europe but with the retaliatory tariffs put in place Harley Davidson says they expect a thirty to forty five million dollar financial impact for not raising prices on motorcycles in Europe on. This morning's earnings fall Harley Davidson is expected to discuss. How they can reduce. The effects of the retaliatory tariffs put in place by the EU they projected to, ship sixty seven and a half Five thousand seventy two and a half, thousand motorcycles in the second quarter but if that number falls somewhere. Close to the middle would represent a worldwide sales decline, of roughly fourteen percent earnings call beginning as we speak Harley stuck his taking a hit this. Year as. Well done about twenty percent from where it was at the start of twenty eighteen one Milwaukee alderman upset with. How people at Miller park on Saturday gave brewers pitcher Josh hater a. Standing ovation in a statement alderman Khalif rainy says it was an embarrassment that shows people taking a dismissive stance against problems of race fans at Monday's scheme, were split on the matter I. Wouldn't stand, up in that situation but I don't know what the personal reasons are for standing up maybe it's for guy admitting that he was wrong and. Apologizing others hoping it will start a conversation for people to come out and say you know what this is not appropriate this is not the way this city wants. To be Representative is not the way this team wants to be represented rusty Melber WTMJ news a family from Sheboygan falls says they'll rebuild after a. Small plane crashed into their farm Friday afternoon killing Pilot Martin Tebbit's. Leaving one farm worker in serious condition forty cans were also killed one of the firm workers like we said. Still hospitalized the other was released the, VA says its full report could take a year to complete fire departments at Sheboygan county on Monday training for a very large water need. Town of Sheboygan falls player chief Bob crippling says the drill in Plymouth, requires every departments.
"khalif" Discussed on DLC
"Oh rockstars never going to show it's like it's great to sharing some of the stuff out but it just leads to more questions which is which is okay i'm not expecting this the next week may get a whole bunch of info just yet anyway because it doesn't feel like they've ramp that part of the staging of this new game yet so i'm excited for what i've heard yeah sounds like jan was very high on it from their hands on of course we know zero about any kind of multiplayer they didn't haven't talked about that at all yet christian what was your feeling about this trailer and some of the tidbits that i was able to discuss yeah i agree with what you've both said i think rockstar make some of the best trailers or has made some of the best trailers in video game history gta fours were incredible even san andreas if you go on the way back machine which shocking how old that game or how old i am i should say they came how old it is but they do a really good job with their presentation and their cinematics and i think for me watching this reveal or the trailer online reaction that came after it's like we all get swept up in like how beautiful this trailer isn't we're like a home in this this is it's beautiful so great wait they didn't show me anything what am i what am i doing has has anything changed what the mission system what is aiming look like is is gun play better could have like this weird roller coaster we all ride that's amazing and it's like khalif said we're left wondering all these questions which i think is intentional by rockstar right it keeps the conversation going longer than just here's a trailer and here's the new aiming mechanic and we have several months between us in october when this game comes out the thing i think it's most interesting about how they framed this trailer though is that it seems to lean into this idea of like the west is coming to an end the end of the frontier and i'm like oh yeah that's wait a minute that was the theme of the last game.
Syria, Starbucks and Camille Higham discussed on NPR News Now
"Launched on the opcw holding emergency meeting in the hague today on the suspected chemical attack chemical attack outside damascus inspectors from the organization arrived in syria over the weekend to investigate whether banned substances were reuse us britain and france targeted three alleged chemical weapons facilities in response philadelphia protesters expected to show up again outside a starbucks this morning then peers jeff brady reports at demonstrators briefly occupied the coffee shop yesterday after a video of two black men getting arrested there was viewed by millions police say starbucks employees called officers after the men wanted to use the bathroom without buying something they were arrested for trespassing but no charges were filed and they were released organizer aco khalif wants accountability the manager of five colle also once the officers who arrested the men fired but police say they didn't do anything wrong starbucks regional vice president camille higham says the company is investigating this incident does not reflect the spirit of our brand it was an unfortunate incident and we'll be sure to make it right organizers say protests this morning or aimed at shutting down the starbucks where the arrest took place last thursday jeff brady npr news philadelphia and this is npr news former first lady barbara bush is said to be in failing health family spokesman says mrs bush has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and instead focus on comfort care barbara bush is ninety two years old kentucky governor matt bevin is apologizing for saying last week that the teacher walkout in his state led to children being sexually assaulted and others to using drugs for the first time the governor has posted a nearly four minute video on lying saying it was not his intent.
"khalif" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"School they get completely convicted in the court of public opinion immediately like that's the actual culture that we live in so it's just like the should oprah's talking about is so disconnected from reality the idea that we don't believe women we actually it seems to me we have much more of a problem in the society with a with just believing women too quickly and i'm sorry there's no violent crime there is absolutely no violent crime that anybody should just defacto be believed about that's that's not how any civilized society should work that we just believe you no i'm sorry if you speak up about a violent crime the correct response is some questions and yeah that's unpleasant but that's the only way you can have a shred of justice was if you ask them fucking questions and you have a presumption of innocence so the only thing if i'm commenting about our our culture the only thing we have a problem with is the presumption of innocence and of course we have wave more of a problem with presumption of innocence on the lots and lots of different levels than just campus rape i mean you should see the way the way people are treated i mean that fucking and this was crazy about the left rate is that they're going off on this whole thing about the problem is that we're not just believing victims of crimes and automatically moving in you know to convict people well how about i mean look that kid that kid khalif browder right who was just a you know a unbelievers.
"khalif" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Something about new york city correction offices and khalif brouwer we have the insult insult of the public advocate leticia james who actually got behind a mike in said that we should name reich his allen after khalif throw are you for real we in this last she had a correction also do sixteen hours and got in her car to go home and had a heart attack in died on the right as allen bridge will reward you tisch james where were you when this happy we had a correction officer stacey bryant in her uniform in her car on her way to reich is allen to serve the public and was merdid will weren't you've tisch where were you we've had correctional services have heart attacks in die and you come in and and you think it's okay to say that we name an island after one who who who who left his island two years in a and and did not die on his alan actually his life was protected on his island look i'm not quite sure what the problem is of elected officials when it comes to new york city correction offices but i'm here to say to you if you want rikers island if you want to x dan laguardia airport if if if the former vice president uh joe biden embarrassed joop when he said that laguardia was like a third world country important i'm sorry but you're the governor you're the mayor is your airport you want it you take but you do not blame new york city correction offices or use us as the reason why you want to shut down this island that is not fear to the legacy of correction offices in the city of new york and there's no reason for you to do that here it is in this city of new york right now i'll mayor is somewhere and other states raising money from these advocacy groups so that he could come here and push their agenda you're getting money from people in other states to come here the push an agenda that's not going to benefit new york city residents you have admitted that you fail the homeless in this city you admitted that you failed the homeless in this city so now we're talking about more than sixty thousand homeless people with nowhere to live you admitted that you.
"khalif" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Council listen if you want money from the advocacy groups if you wanna go work for them when you leave office if you want to be involved with them five if you want reich is out take the out when that wedded to this island take it but do not use correction offices as the scapegoat or as the reason for why you have to shut this island down stop trying to give new yorkers in others outside of the city the impression that the reason reich is alan have to be shut down is because there's a culture of violence and that offices are using headshots in offices are are are using inmates let me explain something to you over the last three years we have taken custody of hundreds of thousands of inmates in the city hundreds of thousands of inmates in the last three years and we've had maybe twelve thousand use of forces and ninety nine point nine percent of those use of force his is a correction officer getting involved with saving the life of an inmate or protecting an inmate from another inmate such as you see in the the the the the commercials and and things that they've been putting out about inmate khalif prowl they all talk about the video where the office took him down none of them say anything about the video of the two offices who put themselves in harm's way to stop the other ten to fifteen sixteen and seventeen year olds that wanted to do harm to khalif brouwer correction offices while khalif brow was in our custody we stopped and prevented him from committing suicide and killing himself on more than one occasion whatever happened took leave rao it didn't happen to him because he was in correction custody or because of correction office as watching these these documentaries and everything they are saying that he had mental health issues before he even was brought into our custody he had mental health issues while he was in our custody his custody he had mental health issues when we when he was removed from our custody and two years later he killed himself and no one has anything.
"khalif" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson
"You don't even question it and again what if this were a family number you know let's say dusted they nns it they that's the thing there that day that goes to make in is that abou logical principle but that emotional draw and pull what if it was i don't like it when they do black people do a black people at that that that makes everybody get emotional so everybody can give them their fill is no no no no no logically speaking logically staying logically speaking how do you know how many of them are justified if you don't even check you don't even query i mean i'm saying if it were a family member you wouldn't want the response to be statistically speaking by an now okay shot and i and i i completely honest there were like are saying but what i'm saying is i don't wanna live in a police state where that happens at all so it doesn't matter if is mm i feel like daniel shaver is my family i'll needed to be one of my family to say that this is not how it should be you know what i'm saying like at idaho as that about race and this is what i was telling you when i was telling you about what black people were going through is not a bowel race what's a mere rice is day a a a bb gun he is dead the don't in all my guy guys south carolina where all i was even prepared said i don't have everybody's name on the tip of my tongue but khalif browder he is day like do you understand these these people are.
"khalif" Discussed on KOIL
"The chief trailed six three after a lacklustre first habit met stadium the giants had the bowl first after halftime but they didn't have it very long third into their own 33 leading six different they're going to run it on jeff's we facts chefs in town for the penalty waiting on the jet sweep bagged and nailing wide receiver going from left right and that was khalif rehman now the chiefs got going the pair of short passes rehill each resulting in first downs they move the chains again on a nineyard run by karim hunt helped by good blocked by travis kelsea put the drive stalled the new york thirty seven in dust and cope with chuck upon the giants but on new york's first play lie manning knocked off fifteen yards of the past davar's king he converted on down with throat raymond tan leeson dark world bank fourteen yards a croat midfield huge swing four the chiefs came when donald by canadian devin ingram met the fiveyardline was brought back on offense he pass interference that gate kansas city a chance to make a fourth down stops lorraine setback for the right six giants won forty to go in the third quarter manning quick slant near cyclic by anger on any we're going to say and do play the chief hold on downs they tried the quick slant urban ingram and it looks like derek shots removes over there defensively and alex myth run the can't buy kelsea brought the chiefs out to their six yard line kindle gambit had been calling for a deep shot when well your keen on in alex smith in the pocket unloading at long he wants fiery the great cat's two tracks look what paul or go hunting dog battle on the field thirty nine yards and the dog hudson finds the bird emma chief said first in ten at the china had 16 a gigantic kitsch till the chief were threatening is the.
"khalif" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The half you get that muffed punt on the jet loses a khalif raymond down jerry this fills is was gonna move couple of weeks ago khalifa raymond value yeah i dunno if he lost it in the sun yet can't happen or you're hoping for a month hill where they got him off yesterday and that changed the game he was not hoping for that i actually have that the no he wasn't but a rated a fangio were above the fact too that they give up these long runs i mean like i thought much like the giants i thought the jet defense was supposed to be really good forget the offense they you could even say the has been better than what people thought what is oh put the defense was nothing there terrible and help athetic like the nfl like the number one sport in the world not counting stock in the welfare especially here the fact that the raiders are playing on a baseball diamond will they've been doing this year's digest and i know like in the 80s multiple tina i did that sorta thing it's his country's did a twoday nam pretty you're the padres did for a while to yeah it just looks disrespectful to the sport why you can't get it together away i saw the kicker headache the guy had a hold the the kick on ito know some way and let's not sand he was on life first of all it's fine and second all i'm you talk about a the eagles played on a whole rehn this turf field for years that had you know the carpet was b o tripping guys i mean so why that's fine stop it i actually think it looks cooler tells me that football season is underway it's still warm baseball season still gone i kinda like it it tells me we know you're moving the vegas now and then i'll crap thea and they've been.
"khalif" Discussed on KOMO
"Million people in jail in america they haven't been convicted of anything but they care post bail and then of course khalif router really brought to light at age sixteen khalif grabber was set to records island for allegedly stealing a backpack his three thousand dollar bail was way too much for his family to pay around the world no browder turned down a plea bargain on principle not going to be we say i did something just go home he was an exception more than ninety percent of defendants who wait in jail without posting bail will plead guilty even if they didn't commit the crime browder was never convicted and eventually he was released but the brutality of rikers stayed with him just two years after he got out he hanged himself at his home in the bronx the littlest violent dangerous institutions in the country are actually jail like lakers island people will plead guilty the things they didn't do because of stories like khalif flung helped create the bronx freedom fund the first charitable bail fund for new yorkers charged with low level offenses ninety seven percent of our clients have shown up for every court date which totally destroys the myth that we need cash bell in order to compel people to show for their court date place was will oblitatory today flaws recording a new episode of his podcast his guest antoine day was convicted for killing that happened in chicago well antwun was in new orleans you're a thousand miles away right thing antwun serves ten years before getting a new trial and having the charges against him dropped should you have is planned for months to be let this out soon would if feel of very heavy sense of responsibility to do as much as i can for as long as i can and that's exactly what i'm going to do i'm elizabeth vargas in new york coming up climate change causing concern in somalia on perspective after this would it be crazy if you packed your bags and left peace corps life is calling how far will you go to find out more call one eight hundred four two four eight five eight zero.
"khalif" Discussed on KPCC
"They're and welcome today we debate whether galgadud got a big enough paycheck for plane wonderwoman and the filmmaker behind a documentary series on the life and death of khalif router the teenager was jailed for three years often in solitary confinement without ever being tried in court he sacrificed his entire life essentially from the concept of american liberty of our constitution i mean he's a true american hero we start today's show with this the way london lawn a lot of kids from the nineteen 70s than that includes meet will recognize that clip from free to be you and made it was a music project by the actress marlow thomas the taught kids that it's a very good thing not to conform to gender stereotypes common sense media has now now entered the conversation the organization already rates movies and tv shows for language and depictions of violent sex and drug use now the nonprofit will assess and score gender stereotypes this move comes after commonsense completed a study that found gender stereotypes affect the way people starting in early childhood see themselves and their bodies and imagine their futures for more on this i spoke earlier today by skype with all of your morgan she's the director of the organisation's gender equity is common sense initiative and i asked her how depictions of gender in tv and film can influence kids it varies die stage of development so so.
"khalif" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"But at the time i was certainly ready for something different thing where the good guys just didn't win constantly and it does seem like there is you know it's a little empire strikes back eat that you can already see in this episode the engines that could've in jim like the okay will yar robin he made had a great victory but then again dany seems like she's in dire straits and cal in that setting it's not just ned there's a lot of things spitting out of the viewers control the feels like like no no no but in game of thrones fashioned the give you just enough hope that you're just not ready to slam the book against the wall or the leader of see the series pass herve whatever ito yeah there there are other things to cling to and i certainly enjoying the rest of of what i've seen except maybe with the exception of danny's plotline i think it's getting a little little repetitive vin in its in certain scenes minister land repetitive you so yeah i i i'm not sure i like how it's kind of just this endless cycle of i command something people tell her that she's just to khalif sees nothing without drago and that's not the way it's done in directed culture and she orders it anyway and then people comply like it just seems to be over and over that she is paying i mean i liked the fact that a least she's paying a price for that and the young in um in a lesser series like it like even cutting leads a head off which is not fun but i i was really watching and like they really sell this like.