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Fresh update on "khalil" discussed on Cincy Jungle
"Now are skater. Feels i'm scared. Like i mean like we could beat him but aren't like what is like feels. It's the unknown. You just don't know what what to really expect from fearless The other thing is the weird part is obviously this bears team. This bears defense has gone against you. Know one of the greatest minds in football with the la rams. We wanted sean mcveigh. They have players like we can talk about how they've had some deficiencies in. They don't look like the bears defense from before but they still have guys like They still have you know alec ultra. Who's been up and down right. But he supposedly planned solid. They have some guys. That robert poynton khalil mack. So we can't take them for granted you talk about eddie jackson. I believe the last time that he played ironically. When doll was quarterback. I believe that he had two picks game so they do have players. We can't take them too lightly. But i think the bengals just need to handle business. Worry about came hicks in. Expect him to play like we. Normally that bears defense will play. Because you don't want someone like khalil mack. Trying to record game or anything like that. But i think that the bengals come out here. Get the w. i think that we move onto to know. And i think that that's just what it is. I think that this team is legit. Now everybody's talking about oh. The bengals are going to make a statement week too. I think the statement was made one. This is the football gamer. Thought so you guys know notice. Don't checkout ages on it on your show is gotta show. Afc north talk. Make sure your subscribe to that gym. But there's a round table when we need more mangoes. Any road is a really good round saying who talks about all the different teams around the division in one of the status. They made the senate. This is our superbowl. Like nala are just a football air. We're a football game that we're going to win but everything that you just said lease to. We have to win special teams like we've been on in at the very least. Just make sure that we're on the correct status. Fill in that alone in that turning the ball over and shooting ourselves in the to me. You know that that's the thing about points you know.
Fresh update on "khalil" discussed on Cincy Jungle
"In this bears game. I just think that comes against like high octane. Teams or teams. What a dynamic as you. Tell me about khalil. Mack probably only having two sets in his last night games as much as khalil. Mack is a big deal. I think the office align is now a little bit more. I think the game plan under center. You're doing a lot of different things to e in the blocking of joe borough in the midst tuesday you saw from wheat. Weren't i think they claim those things up so his mano a mano. My hope is that they wouldn't put khalil mack in situations more on. You know anybody satellite..
Fresh update on "khalil" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Up buckle up everybody here we go charlie. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe charlie kirk is on the college campus. Won't you know. We are lucky. To have charlie charlie running the white house i want to thank. He's an incredible guy his spirit his love of this country's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning point. Usa we will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody welcome to this episode of the charlie kirk show with us. Today is doctor habib. Whose specialty is political philosophy. So i'm really looking forward to this conversation. And he hails from many different places but of course hillsdale college being the most important doctor. Welcome to the charlie kirk. Show charlie get to be with you. So we have so many different topics i want to get into. I just want to remind everyone that you can dive. Deep into these ideas at charlie for hillsdale dot com. that's charlie f. o. R. hillsdale dot com. Okay so doctor habib. I want to start with some of the basics. We talk about social contract here on this program quite often and we do it in a very odd say elementary way and just kind of talk about locke hobbes and rousseau and how these three different thinkers within somewhat of the same period of time. All wrestled with this idea of social contract. Theory taught tell us what each of them believed what they had in common and the implications of that and political philosophy in the modern era cure. Well i'll just take them chronologically. I think that's the easiest way to do it. Because in many ways they're responding to each other. And i would say the real groundbreaker is thomas hobbes. He writes i and He's alive during the english civil war and that was the inspiration for him to essentially rush series of works out into the public beginning with his work on citizen in an leviathan. And what he essentially argued is the only way to bring about equilibrium in politics to get rid of dysfunctional politics and violence is to establish what he calls a social contract now. That social contract is grounded in what he calls. Natural rights inference city says we draw from our passions primarily fear of violent deaths if we can at least all agree that when push comes to shove and if pressed the most vital thing that we would want in that moment is security than we can at least agree on a fundamental principle of government what it ought to aim at night is self preservation now according to hobbes the most efficient means of doing that would be a monarchy and And he saw the solution of monarchy during the english civil war and he wrote a dialogue titled behemoths and behemoth is a character like Leviathan taken from the book of joe and essentially he wanted these two works to fit together. And here's how they fit together Behemoth shows what the political problem that leviathan is designed to resolve and that is the breakdown civil society religious persecution republican ideas. What's hobbes had some reservations about. He didn't like the idea that you would have these competing debates about principles of government. He thought that they were unstable. So his teaching and studying the ancient taught him like some of the federalist that you look at ancient republics and it looks like they're just constantly in a state of anarchy so leviathan restores peace essentially through an absolute monarchy. Then comes hobbs. And they're often seen as very similar and they are to some extent but the first thing to note about hobbs. Law as lock is not a monarchist in fact in the second treatise on government he said he would rather live in a state of nature to submit to a monarchy of any kind period and distorting lock is far more republican in locks to theory of social contract. We have rights predating the origin of civil society by which we can judge limit legitimacy of donald and knows rights essentially are we are all fundamentally free and equal by equal. He doesn't mean we are egalitarian. Equal were equal with respect to the fact that nobody has a legitimate authority to coerce us and consequently consent is the basis upon which you build government now in his state of nature. Unlike hawks hobbes's state of nature. It's a war of all against all yes in lock. There's a natural law that undergirds civil society from which you can then effect essentially a right to revolution. So if the government should put forward ceases to honor and respect your rights and to protect them then locked and say you have a natural right of basis in nature pre existing. The emergency civil society from which you can launch an attack on the despotic government. Now the other thing that lock does it's different is his social contract places a far greater emphasis on separation of powers. It's not the separation of powers that the founders adopt they adopt mon- excuse qualified version of it but the essential principles that their the reason we have separation of powers according to law is because the most efficient way to protect us ultimately from a government strong enough to protect those rights. So you wanna be centralized its authority. Now we're so is a critic of both hobbs law and he's a bit complicated because he's a bit all over the place philosophically speaking. I'll give you an example in his second discourse and rousseau second discourse he argues that you can't derive right from nature now that's problem at so right away. He's attacking one of the fundamental principles of they're both in homs analog. And what does he mean by this. In many ways he anticipates what we would call the fact value distinction for. So he says nature simply physical. Right is a moral postulate and he argues that you can't derive a right from major so in an including a right to property. Now the right to property in laka sancrosanct in russo. It's problematic and in the second discourse which forced to help to inspire people karl marx among others. Rousseau claims that the quote right to property is nothing but a legal agreement it strictly conventional by nature. Nobody has a right to property. This is what launches decades later the progressive term an attempt to move away from the american founding because in many ways so that hegel following him just adopted view that nature can no longer be the static terra firma. It now changes over time. The major difference though between somebody like were so an adl is russo doesn't assume that the futures progressives thanks the future could turn out in fact terrible but once you in in insinuate. That nature is flimsy. it's flexible it's subject to change over time. You essentially erode. The fundamental basis upon which hobbes and locke the american founders essentially put together declaration and constitution. So you're you're right to pinpoint those three characters as vital to our special so let's talk about what those three viewed as far as human nature did they believe..
When the Effects of the Climate Crisis Hit Home
"Do you start with the economic effects of the weather and the climate in this country the past week or so hundreds of thousands of people without power along the gulf coast. They've had to evacuate and leave their property and their jobs behind the flooding last night along the east coast. More than twenty people killed in new york and new jersey and pennsylvania. The subway system the biggest and richest city in this country underwater literally. I'm sure you've seen the videos. The insurance claims shirley in the tens of billions of dollars the investment. That's going to be needed to manage and to adapt to the effects of climate. Change as we've seen this week. We're not ready sorting. As marketplace's amy scott reports with much of our housing stock nearly a third of homes in the us are at high risk of natural disasters. According to core logic and low income communities are especially vulnerable these homes haven't been updated haven't gotten consistent reinvestment rehabilitation retrofitting over the years khalil. Shaheed is a senior policy adviser with the natural resources defense council. He says there is federal funding. To help weather is homes by switching out single pane windows for sturdier double pane glass but shaheed says roof repair one of the most expensive and important fixes isn't eligible once the roof goes. And you know you get the wind damage and you get rain damage so it just really compounds. The severity of a storm. Like this one.
Taliban Kill Squad Hunting Down Afghans Using US Biometric Data
"That the taliban has a special unit called out ishaq hoop and they hunt down. Afghans who helped the us allies and they are now using us equipment at data that tracked down the afghans because we left behind a lot of hand held scanners which tap into a massive biometric database all the afghans who helped us We took their fingerprints. We took a photo of their irises and collected biographical data and seven thousand. Handheld scanners were circulating. We don't know how many we left behind. And but now al says they have the information so There's there's at should the sister al qaeda who's alicja. Al is part of the hawk connie network which is well. This is part of the problem. It's a terror group aligned with the taliban and the taliban's aligned with al qaeda right but not isis right economy and And the taliban are intertwined and Let me see here. There there's a hi. Connie family and one of the family members is now zoot hakim. Oh honey of course. He revealed the history and command structure of out. East asia It's a brigade of more than two thousand fighters that is named after khalil. Connie who had a five million dollar bounty on his head and he leads a unit Is he's the brother of the late to jolla in her. Connie who was osama bin laden's mentor and later served as cabinet minister for the
Afghanistan Crisis: Who Are Isis-K?
"Been discussing tonight. The president repeatedly insisting he's got to stick to this thirty. One august evacuation timeline deadline because of the threat posed by isis k. That's this terrorist. Group said that today claimed responsibility for this attack in kabul that has killed over a dozen. Us servicemembers nbc news. Chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea. Mitchell has our report tonight on this group in their motivations have been warning for days about the threat from isis k. Culminating in a red alert last night for americans to stay away from the airport gates a warning that all too true today. What is isis k. Off-shoot in afghanistan of the islamic state that originated in iraq created six years ago in pakistan an avowed enemy of the us and rival to the taliban is extremely real. We've been talking about. This is manifest here last few hours. Thousands of hardcore islamic state commanders were released from jails across afghanistan by the taliban in recent weeks since the taliban takeover easily melting into the teeming masses in kabul only yesterday the secretary of state warned it was a high risk threat were operating hostile environment in the city and country now controlled by the taliban with the very real possibility of an isis attack. And i says kay isn't the only terror threat. The taliban is name the leader of its most radical branch. The connie never to be in charge of security in kabul khalil. Connie a five million dollar bounty on his head. Brazenly showing up at friday prayers in kabul last week and the connie's have strong ties to al qaeda also in the mix. What's clear is that the taliban either couldn't defend against today's bombings or won't now the question is. How will the president deliver the forceful response. He's promised after the us withdraws
Building a Seven-Figure Real Estate Business Using Other People's Money
"Something to share that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with yes. What's up fire nation. So when it comes to real estate and entrepreneurship people think that you always have to work hard to accomplish your goals and your dreams. The reality is you gotta work smart. You gotta be able to delegate and and make sure that you are sharpening the saw and just be very efficient with your with your habits. Yeah what was that. Abraham lincoln quote that if he had an hour to cut down a tree he's been the i fifty five minutes sharpening the blade so thick above that fire nation. You're going through your process ends. As i mentioned in the introduction we have both kierra in khalil on the mike today. We're gonna be talking all about building a seven figure real estate business using other people's money so before you turned thirty you had a seven figure business. You owned an entire city block and baltimore. I mean how the heck does this even happen. I barely have my driver's license at thirty. Yeah i mean it was really when we were about a year out of college. We really trying to figure out what this whole thing was gonna look like. It was around the time period when we were talking about there not being enough funds for social security in people taking about their pensions or started. Put money in retirement funds our full-time jobs and we realized that this was not probably going to be it for us and that we really needed to figure out how to take the reins on what our future was going to look. Like and real estate became that space or we decided to get really focused and intentional about building our portfolio there for that long term flow being able to that appreciation but also be able to impact the community in the neighborhoods in which we are investing And so you know. We didn't have a trust fund. We weren't legacy you know real estate developers but really Decided to work smart and be intentional about how he's been our time to be able to build that portfolio
Americans Told Not to Go to Kabul Airport After Biden Airlift Pledge
"Potential Islamic state threats against Americans in Afghanistan are forcing the U. S. Military to develop new ways to get evacuees to the airport In Kabul, the U. S embassy issued a new security warning, telling citizens not to travel to the Kabul airport without individual instruction from a U. S. Government representative. Hundreds of Afghan refugees continue to flock to the airport, hoping to get out of the country. News Nation correspondent Joe Khalil has more their first steps on American soil are here at Dulles Airport outside of Washington, D C. We did meet up with a group of some of these Afghan refugees really striking how many young Children 234 years old? Sometimes even younger that we saw also made this perilous journey. We got a chance to talk to a 16 year old boy. His father was an engineer on the ground in Afghanistan, helping the American forces there. That's why the family was able to get out. The U. S. Has evacuate. 2500 Americans from Kabul over the past week
The Silence of Bones by June Hur
"Eighteen hundred chosen korea homesick and sixteen year olds. Whole is living out the ancient curse. May you live in interesting times indentured to the police bureau. She's been tasked with assisting a well. Respected young inspector with the investigation into the politically charged. Murder of a noblewoman. As they delve deeper into the dead woman's secrets whole forms an unlikely bond of friendship with the inspector but her loyalty is tested when he becomes the prime suspect in may be the only one capable of discovering. What truly happened on the night of the murder. I will say before we get started. I'm going to do my best with the korean pronunciations. I i do not have native tongue rear this so i apologize in advance totally fine. 'cause like The thing. I don't know if you have the same trouble marvin but when you use the correct pronunciation with like an english sentence sometimes your tongue. Kind of does like gymnast. Ix and it's very hard to be consistent with the pronunciation because stiffer and it's also just proof of how globalization and colonization has like screwed with our mind. I know when i meet someone. Who's last name's lou. That lame extra khalil. But i still say lou because it's easier in my mind and it's just where we're we are living interesting times like I was thinking about this In terms of the legacy of colonization and howard like mess the world up and like we're all just dealing with the repercussions figuring how to how to best move forward right before we were recording. We were talking about romanisation complaining to marvin. Saying romanisation makes absolutely no sense when it comes to Phonetically spelling korean into english because english is best up and the pronunciation guide is. It's just ridiculous like half the time. I'm like this yawn or is this yoon when it's spelled. Y u n
A Prayer for Clarity About Your God-Given Purpose
"A prayer for clarity about your god given purpose by heather khalil read by liam martin. The lord will fulfill his purpose for me. Your steadfast love. Oh lord endures forever do not forsake the work of your hands psalm. One thirty eight eight. My old friend. Pedro leaned against my kitchen counter. Drink in hand and asked me a question. I knew i should be able to answer. How is god using you. These days heather at the time. I didn't give myself credit. For how i already served god. I couldn't recognize god's purpose in my ordinary life. Because i didn't really understand what purpose was i couldn't see it. Even though it was right under my feet cure four things. I got wrong about finding my purpose. One i thought purpose was a fancy destination. Not a long dusty journey for most of my christian life. I assumed finding my purpose was like a cosmic job search. I should put together a mental resume and seek out job openings ministry or serves opportunities that fit my profile. When i landed up purpose. I should keep it for life in truth. Our purpose is an ever evolving multifaceted apprenticeship to jesus not a single clearly defined role that lasts forever. I found great comfort in realizing the ebbs and flows of my life or booth modeled in scripture as in wandering the desert anyone and reflected in nature as i witnessed the cycles of tides moons and even my own body. I'm on a
Pathologist: Black man killed by deputies was shot 5 times
"The FBI is starting a federal civil rights investigation into the fatal shooting of a black man by deputies in North Carolina an independent autopsy was done for the family of the man killed there were five penetrating bullet wounds to the body of Andrew brown June family attorney Wayne Kendall says one of the shots was to the back of the head as brown was driving away the time of death was within minutes within minutes after this particular gunshot wound to the balcony brown was being served with felony drug related search and arrest warrants at his house in Elizabeth city brown son Khalil Ferebee questions why they started shooting yesterday I say he was executed this autopsy report show me that was correct seven deputies have been placed on leave while the state investigates the shooting I met Donahue
Andrew Brown Jr. Shot Five Times, Once in Head
"The FBI now says it is investigating the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr last week in North Carolina. Brown's family says an independent autopsy indicates sheriff's deputies shot Brown from behind. NPR Sarah McCammon as more from Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Lawyers for Andrew Brown Junior's family say the autopsy they commissioned shows Brown was shot by sheriff's deputies four times in the arm. And once fatally in the back of the head. His son, Khalil Farabee says that confirms what he saw on a 22nd clip of body cam footage earlier this week. Yesterday, I said he was executed. It's up to US report. Show me that was correct. Those three gunshots to the arm that one enough That wasn't enough. You obviously was trying to get away. It's obvious. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is calling for a special prosecutor to handle all matters related to
The Arrowverse Finally Has a Replacement for Arrow's Oliver Queen
"Just want to have some talk about the d.c. Cw verse lineup. Whatever recalling it these days. I know it's not their verse but i saw headline it said That painkiller was the new oliver queen. Now so so you watched the show do you. Do you agree with that Not really i know. I know twenty talking about nichols screen screenwriter article or something like that or maybe it was. I can't remember who wrote it. But i did read that piece and i did watch painkiller and about the only similarities between oliver and and khalil is their booth really now because khalil This was horsey. He left free line and ended up in custody valley and so basically grace and anisa ended up there in on their honeymoon and so but apparently the reason why khalil ended up with with a boatload of money was he and his compatriots found an old Vault from the asa and were able to to acquire those funds and use that basically Set up their their new lifestyle in this new in this new city.
Minnesota Supreme Court throws out rape conviction because intoxicated woman willingly consumed alcohol
"Court has ruled a person can't be found guilty of rape. If the victim willingly drink or took drugs and the ruling the court throughout the third degree sexual misconduct conviction of Francoise Khalil, the court ruled his victim wasn't mentally incapacitated because She wasn't given alcohol without her consent. Democratic representative Kelly Mueller's argues victims who are intoxicated to the degree that they're unable to give consent are entitled to justice locals can
Heavy rains pummel Australia's east, bringing worst floods in 50 years
"About 18,000 people have been evacuated from their homes across New South Wales in Australia as heavy rains continue to cause severe flooding. Torrential downpours have prompted rivers and dams to overflow around Sydney. The rain is forecast to persist for several days. Our correspondent Sharma Khalil, is in one of the worst affected areas. 18,000 people have already evacuated many, many more already to go. 38 disaster zones have been announced. And with more rain like this forecast for the next few days, the fear really in this area Is that things will get worse before they get better. Remember that the areas that are currently impacted by the floods, many of them in South East New South Wales have also been impacted by the catastrophic bushfires and years of drought before that. This is the world News from the BBC.
Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content
"Has resolved a dispute with Facebook about news content. The two sides have been at loggerheads over proposed legislation, which would force tech companies to pay to use news content in Australia. China, Khalil reports from Sydney in a statement. Facebook said the government has addressed the company's concerns about allowing commercial deals that recognized the value. The platform provides to publisher's relative to the value it receives from them, adding that they were now able to restore news pages for Australians in the coming days. The Australian government and the social media giant Have been locked in a standoff as camera pushed ahead with the proposed legislation and made a wide backlash against Facebook's blocking of news content in the country.
Boston Red Sox trade Benintendi to Kansas City Royals in three-team deal that includes New York Mets
"We did have a A trade godown wasn't a blockbuster. But i think certainly noteworthy is that. The red sox have been shopping. Andrew benintendi for quite a while. Now and i didn't understand why this guy was a top ten pick by the red sox not that long ago but here are the details in this three way trade between boston. The mets and kansas city. The red sox receive outfielder slash d. H. franci cordeiro Right handed pitcher josh win. Chaussee three players to be named later one from the mets to from the royals. The royals get outfielder. Andrew benintendi and the mets received outfielder khalil. ali now benintendi. As soon as he showed up last year he got hurt and he was offered a year. He only played like two weeks and batted one. Oh three he had a strained ribcage but coming into last season he was a career. Two seventy seven hitter and averages about eighteen home runs a game and he's due to make six point six million this year in his second. Rv'er so he has Another year. Sorry i know he has another two years after that. So i argue but the royals will now put benintendi in left field every day because if you think about with mary field i guess he's an outfielder our second baseman so a combination of him. Edward olive arison. Michael eight taylor. But the red sox for their part we'll get cordeiro which is a mix of alex dugo number. How highly regarded wasn't a dodger system. Hunter renfrow talked about yesterday as blooms gonna take a chance on him and that park but cordeiro as to thirty six hitter and he strikes out thirty five percent of his trips to the plate
What's the latest on Deshaun Watson situation with Houston Texans?
"Swaggie. Do we have six. More weeks of a standoff between watson and the texans listen gina texas keep. They don't want to acknowledge that today. I'm growled say this going to be six weeks. They don't want to acknowledge the keep telling them is going to design this groundhog for the people that in the back secondly look he goes on behind if they keep playing games but they don't won't acknowledge it. Winter is here. Houston texans the ground. Winter is ear. You better prepare yourself for the spring winter of his discontent and a nice job by ryan stale off. I'm not really a groundhog. I'm not sure where we're find groundhog. Full-body emojis i liked it. So let's come to you. What is let's get some. What is the latest on shawn watson. Here it's been quiet for the last twelve hours. It makes me nervous. Houston houston doesn't want to trade him right. I mean the idea. Is that the the. Sean doesn't want to be there anymore. And he's made that clear and and that's where we are but houston not telling people when they call. Oh yeah this'll be the price they're telling people we don't want to trade him. Now the question becomes will they be forced to trade him and the way that he would force them to do that is to show them and prove to them that he's willing to sit out not just training camp but actual games they can certainly find him for missing training camp days and obviously for actual games but until they're convinced he doesn't he won't play for them then they're not inclined to move off of their position so it could be a while i i agree. I think we're looking at least six more weeks of this particular winter. Punxsutawney phil is not looking kindly upon houston right now. Jeff saturday what do you think of all this. We see the beginning of the quarterback carousel with the big trade over the weekend. How does that inform. What you think will happen with watson what i saw. What happened with jared goff in matthew stafford thought what can happen for watson like are you going to trade away. Ten players some. How could you quantify how important and valuable. This guy is mean you talking about. Tunsil tackle got multiple pigs. Jamal adams multiple right. You're talking about khalil mack. There's so much involved in this trade type scenario for a player of his caliber. It's just mind boggling to me. I don't even understand how you could put it in one offer to trade. If you're the texans of course you're not feeling any calls. I would turn my phone. I don't want anybody calling me to even tip me because you're committing professional suicide if he goes somewhere in wins championships. Everybody in the business is gonna look at you go. How could you do something that dumb. You have one of the premier players in the nfl in his early twenties and he has shown you what type of leader he is. Kate let bill. And i'm just telling you whatever you gotta do. You better make him happy because he can't leave. And but marcus you made it clear and sean has made it clear from everything. Everyone tells us that he has made it clear that he not coming back. He's not returning their calls. So marcus spears. How does this play out. It plays out with the show and playing for another team. Like i like jeff's ms them. I don't like the fact that he's being optimistic. Though the show watch the nada look houston has already read the savage this relationship. This is about the cell watson reconciling anymore. It's about getting out of there. And i get it. The houston takes a terrible situation because every year own initial told you about generational talent and you need to find a quarterback. And if you don't have a quarterback you can't win games but think about this for a second y'all some kind of way the houston texas alienated. The best thing that's happened to their franchise in history since ceja since ever and they figured out a way to alienate him he added man. it is beyond repair. Yup there are some soul-searching needs to be done with that for sure but in the interim they need to figure out where they're going on into their future.
"khalil" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Today we'll be talking about how to stand out in a fitness revolution because we are parts of a fitness revolution. I can tell you that right now. I mean i've got peleton in my gym right here on thinking about getting a mirror i mean. There's there's a lot of things that are going on. In this world it is a revolution so khalil. That leads me to my first question of why boxing like did you see a trend in the boxing space or is this more born from a passion for the sport. Yeah it's a great question. You know our story really tells that answer well so a lot of people know us for fight camp today but we actually originally started with a product called hicks so h. y. k. S which was like a terrible name <hes>. But basically are. I started boxing in my life. Pretty late when it was about <hes>. Twenty one years old and you know my background is actually more in soccer. But i really wanted yet. I fell in love with the sport. And i wanted to compete in studying competitive sport. The twenty one years old. It's it's you know you're kind of behind so at that point. I really wanted to shortcut my way to the east of lucien possible. That was very really adamant about you. Know having the best training regimen possible really tried to optimize single aspect of it and that led us know me to do you want to measure myself on a regular basis and there was not a lot of measuring out there for boxing specific stuff so we created this first version of the product. That's our punch trackers you with them on your race. The calculate the types of country throw measures the speed of every punch and you could recreate performance profile it and that went on to be a very successful product elite community you know. We had multiple olympic teams using it a lot of pro boxers in pro ufc fighters using it <hes>. And then because boxing anime kickboxing <hes>. Is a very special sports. Where ninety five percent of. It's not like ninety nine percent of the people that engage in it actually don't entering the ring and get hit but just do it for the fitness aspect of it so we can you know our initial products stuttered to spill two very different. You know typical customer and that kind of drought. It drew us into the fitness world. Fire nation. i really want you to just think that. Hey there's multiple ways to kind of make your start. make your splash. Is it because of a trend or is it because of a passion can it. Maybe be a combination of both. I mean that can kind of be where a zona fire lies. And they can really be a spark. And then of course lease to we can flag ration- and khalil for you. Since you started fight camp how have you seen the connected. Fitness industry evolve. How would just are connected to other people live or you know whether we've got stuff strapped on this. This is kind of connecting all of our stats. What we're doing here. I mean are people working from home. Instead of gyms is actually become the norm. Absolute thing it. It will be for portion of the majority of the portion of the fitness community. I think we're still you know like obviously with covid things have been accelerated loved. But you know we really believe that in the long run working out in a workout room makes a lot more sense to have in your home the same way. You actually have living room in the same way. You have a home theater in a big screen. Tv and a kitchen. We think it's going to be an extension part of our living spaces just because it's not something you you you're doing only once a month you know like a good fitness routine will engage in it at least at least three times a week so you know having to add friction every time that you have to do this with the commute and having to hit the class right on time where it starts. We just don't think it's aligned with the frequency in which you have to engage with it so that's one aspect. The second aspect is like home fitness. Home fitness is very popular today but it started a long time ago <hes>. You know. And i'm sure some people remember jazzercise tai-bo that was really like the the beginning of the category but you know it led to a lot of like scan products especially specifically like in the late nineties. A lot of infomercial at the end of the night like black and white. And you don't train trying to target people that really wanted to buy a dream but now this silly inc a fitness and a healthy lifestyle and i can feel that this new generation of companies are lot more thin. -tic they're genuine. They're offering a better way and they're not targeting someone who's you know trying to press on the fact that you know you may not feel good about yourself. Look at all these people in shape. But they're they're targeting a healthy lifestyle. And i think they're building the products accordingly as well. I mean khalil. It's critical these days to stand up above the noise to be unique from your competition. I mean that just every industry a hundred percent across the board and let's be honest. Cop is fierce in the fitness space. So what specifically have you done to make fight camp standout. We're yet to see a serious competitor in boxing and kickboxing right. Like we. You know we. There's some concepts out there but you know when we started it was not about. You know trying to beat the competition. It was more. You know like there's a very unique opportunity here and being the first to bring a connected experience to boxing and kickboxing from home. And you know. We thought the power of teaching people how to do boxing. Well was also like you know a statement for you. Know the growth of boxing with a lot of franchise that were growing as well. You know like pre covid. Boxing gyms and kickboxing gyms. The nation were growing very very fast. It was becoming a very big fast-growing exercise that was gaining in popularity. But you know. Boxing is not easily. You know it's not easily accessible in terms of flake. There's a lot of technique you can just get a bag and hit it but it is not proper boxing. You actually have to develop the foundation you have to. You know work on your reflexes and then you have to know why you through a certain bunch and why you don't throw that certain bunch and how to move so we wanted to provide in the centric experience and at the same time naked interactive and. There was nobody else that was doing that at a time. Fire
How to Stand Out in a Fitness Revolution with Khalil Zahar
"Today we'll be talking about how to stand out in a fitness revolution because we are parts of a fitness revolution. I can tell you that right now. I mean i've got peleton in my gym right here on thinking about getting a mirror i mean. There's there's a lot of things that are going on. In this world it is a revolution so khalil. That leads me to my first question of why boxing like did you see a trend in the boxing space or is this more born from a passion for the sport. Yeah it's a great question. You know our story really tells that answer well so a lot of people know us for fight camp today but we actually originally started with a product called hicks so h. y. k. S which was like a terrible name But basically are. I started boxing in my life. Pretty late when it was about Twenty one years old and you know my background is actually more in soccer. But i really wanted yet. I fell in love with the sport. And i wanted to compete in studying competitive sport. The twenty one years old. It's it's you know you're kind of behind so at that point. I really wanted to shortcut my way to the east of lucien possible. That was very really adamant about you. Know having the best training regimen possible really tried to optimize single aspect of it and that led us know me to do you want to measure myself on a regular basis and there was not a lot of measuring out there for boxing specific stuff so we created this first version of the product. That's our punch trackers you with them on your race. The calculate the types of country throw measures the speed of every punch and you could recreate performance profile it and that went on to be a very successful product elite community you know. We had multiple olympic teams using it a lot of pro boxers in pro ufc fighters using it And then because boxing anime kickboxing Is a very special sports. Where ninety five percent of. It's not like ninety nine percent of the people that engage in it actually don't entering the ring and get hit but just do it for the fitness aspect of it so we can you know our initial products stuttered to spill two very different. You know typical customer and that kind of drought. It drew us into the fitness world. Fire nation. i really want you to just think that. Hey there's multiple ways to kind of make your start. make your splash. Is it because of a trend or is it because of a passion can it. Maybe be a combination of both. I mean that can kind of be where a zona fire lies. And they can really be a spark. And then of course lease to we can flag ration- and khalil for you. Since you started fight camp how have you seen the connected. Fitness industry evolve. How would just are connected to other people live or you know whether we've got stuff strapped on this. This is kind of connecting all of our stats. What we're doing here. I mean are people working from home. Instead of gyms is actually become the norm. Absolute thing it. It will be for portion of the majority of the portion of the fitness community. I think we're still you know like obviously with covid things have been accelerated loved. But you know we really believe that in the long run working out in a workout room makes a lot more sense to have in your home the same way. You actually have living room in the same way. You have a home theater in a big screen. Tv and a kitchen. We think it's going to be an extension part of our living spaces just because it's not something you you you're doing only once a month you know like a good fitness routine will engage in it at least at least three times a week so you know having to add friction every time that you have to do this with the commute and having to hit the class right on time where it starts. We just don't think it's aligned with the frequency in which you have to engage with it so that's one aspect. The second aspect is like home fitness. Home fitness is very popular today but it started a long time ago You know. And i'm sure some people remember jazzercise tai-bo that was really like the the beginning of the category but you know it led to a lot of like scan products especially specifically like in the late nineties. A lot of infomercial at the end of the night like black and white. And you don't train trying to target people that really wanted to buy a dream but now this silly inc a fitness and a healthy lifestyle and i can feel that this new generation of companies are lot more thin. -tic they're genuine. They're offering a better way and they're not targeting someone who's you know trying to press on the fact that you know you may not feel good about yourself. Look at all these people in shape. But they're they're targeting a healthy lifestyle. And i think they're building the products accordingly as well. I mean khalil. It's critical these days to stand up above the noise to be unique from your competition. I mean that just every industry a hundred percent across the board and let's be honest. Cop is fierce in the fitness space. So what specifically have you done to make fight camp standout. We're yet to see a serious competitor in boxing and kickboxing right. Like we. You know we. There's some concepts out there but you know when we started it was not about. You know trying to beat the competition. It was more. You know like there's a very unique opportunity here and being the first to bring a connected experience to boxing and kickboxing from home. And you know. We thought the power of teaching people how to do boxing. Well was also like you know a statement for you. Know the growth of boxing with a lot of franchise that were growing as well. You know like pre covid. Boxing gyms and kickboxing gyms. The nation were growing very very fast. It was becoming a very big fast-growing exercise that was gaining in popularity. But you know. Boxing is not easily. You know it's not easily accessible in terms of flake. There's a lot of technique you can just get a bag and hit it but it is not proper boxing. You actually have to develop the foundation you have to. You know work on your reflexes and then you have to know why you through a certain bunch and why you don't throw that certain bunch and how to move so we wanted to provide in the centric experience and at the same time naked interactive and. There was nobody else that was doing that at a time. Fire
"khalil" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"And what is something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with don. Thanks a lot for having me so my sink that I believe in that. Most people disagree with And it's a little bit of a reverse. But i believe that a lot of people think you need to be special to make it to a very high success and i really don't think that's the case i don't i believe that There's an entrepreneur into each and every single one of us and That at the beginning people think you're never gonna make it at thing that's like across the board then as you start making some progress. I think some people think you're lucky. This still doubt you think you just found a bone and then as you actually made it than they look back and say he was actually special. I love that that is fascinating. Fire nation something to definitely sit down absorb digest and think about in your situation and today we'll be talking about how to stand out in a fitness revolution because we are parts of a fitness revolution. I can tell you that right now. I mean i've got peleton in my gym right here on thinking about getting a mirror i mean. There's there's a lot of things that are going on. In this world it is a revolution so khalil. That leads me to my first question of why boxing like did you see a trend in the boxing space or is this more born from a passion for the sport. Yeah it's a great question. You know our story really tells that answer well so a lot of people know us for fight camp today but we actually originally started with a product called hicks so h. y. k. S which was like a terrible name But basically are. I started boxing in my life. Pretty late when it was about Twenty one years old and you know my background is actually more in soccer. But i really wanted yet. I fell in love with the sport. And i wanted to compete in studying competitive sport. The twenty one years old. It's it's you know you're kind of behind so at that point. I really wanted to shortcut my way to the east of lucien possible. That was very really adamant about you. Know having the best training regimen possible really tried to optimize single aspect of it and that led us know me to do you want to measure myself on a regular basis and there was not a lot of measuring out there for boxing specific stuff so we created this first version of the product. That's our punch trackers you with them on your race. The calculate the types of country throw measures the speed of every punch and you could recreate performance profile it and that went on to be a very successful product elite community you know. We had multiple olympic teams using it a lot of pro boxers in pro ufc fighters using it And then because boxing anime kickboxing Is a very special sports. Where ninety five percent of. It's not like ninety nine percent of the people that engage in it actually don't entering the ring and get hit but just do it for the fitness aspect of it so we can you know our initial products stuttered to spill two very different. You know typical customer and that kind of drought. It drew us into the fitness world. Fire nation. i really want you to just think that..
Indonesian cleric who inspired Bali bombings freed from jail
"Firebrand cleric who inspired deadly bombings in Bali and other attacks walk free today from an Indonesian prison after completing his sentence for funding the training of Islamic terrorists. The BBC's Shama Khalil Bashir has been released after his sentence was cut short. His family picked him up from a jail on the outskirts of Jakarta. 82 year old was this spiritually leader of Jemaah Islamiyah on Al Qaeda inspired group that was blamed for the Bali bombings, which killed more than 200 people. The decision to free Bashir has drawn mixed reactions in Indonesia as well as Australia, the country with the most victims. Many relatives have said that in addition to the raw emotions brought up by the news of his release, there is real concern about whether the radical cleric would go back to preaching hate us
Chicago Bears Latest News: January
"Hope to become just the second team in 30 years to reach the postseason After enduring a six game losing streak. Head coach Matt Nagy says his team is eager to prove that they can do it your competitors, and they know that they can play a lot better, and so they're motivated. I don't think it's all for them. And it's more about just going out and doing things and playing fast, you know. So you see, see guys like You see guys like Khalil like like I came like road Kwan, you know on Danny, and there's a bunch of those guys that their pride and they care about how they play this game, not only for themselves, but for their team. Kickoff is at 3 25 tomorrow from the lakefront
"khalil" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"If they don't want to work for us. They are vagrant Crimin- criminal offense. If they challenge authority razor voice at us, that's assault. That's offense. If they try to go vote for political representation, This not technically in offense, but will intimidate them in benefited pissed off about it. That's a so will put them back in jail. And so you have this incredible moment where basically things look a whole light like they had just looked in the midst of a civil war before the civil war and black people who had been free are now being sold at sheriff's auction back to their former plantation masters, not as slaves, but as criminals to work off their fines. It's incredible. And a lot of that gets overturned because we have a radical congress these Cuarto radical Republicans. They see this for what it is, they pass. The fourteenth amendment gives everybody equal protection under the law due process under the law birthright citizenship the most important legislation in the constitution that some people call the second founding is the fundamental basis for all the freedoms Americans and newcomers to this country take for granted women's rights. lgbtq rights marriage equality, immigrant rights so on, and so forth all happened because these radical Republicans say we have to pass a constitutional amendment to keep these former confederates check and so the point is though the criminality becomes the most elastic a useful way to. Put Black people back in their place to make sure they don't have the full access of their freedom. And it land or Hundred Years Right That's what I was about to say, and then that's it. The die has been cast now because of that, the black black people have been sort of label just criminals in general, and and in my wrong in thinking that that has just kit that has carried on. Just carried on through time. Trying to I'm just trying to get to the point is i. sit and I listen as I'm listening to this I'm just shocked that I am a forty one year. Old Woman who has never learned this I grew up going granted i. I didn't go to college, but with private education. By the way, it is super liberal arts school as well. I only until now I mean I you know I. It's not something that I ever sought to understand either. No, you're you're. You're having that moment that my students have. Jacked up, they feel like they're angry about it because they like something. Something's not right here so I'll. Because you know the basics you see the movies you know and you you read. Certain books are beautiful and become very popular, but you don't really understand the INS and outs of what really happened I. Think though too is is is what I was trying to get at with. Just it's it's understanding the whole picture. There's a lot of people who when when I post certain things. You know you read the comments right and. Yes, there's a lot of just straight up racism. Then there's some ignorance, and then there's react with people who are just reacting without understanding, and that is the frustrating part for me right now and I'm a newbie right I've been inspired by this like I never have before. And now I feel like I want to at least. On the small platform that I have to just at least get people to just think before they react. There's a lot of reaction and when you really understand the truth of the criminal justice system, and where it all came from understanding the patterns that have existed throughout. Black History! And it's like how how was how was there? Even how is there a chance? How did anyone have a chance? When it was this oppressed for this long? And now it's become part of the fabric of America. It is now the DNA, which needs to somehow be stripped out, and it feels like a big undertaking, but there is a shift I. Think you know I mean that's my interpretation now new res and Laurence Fishburne to come up with a That we can all take. The Matrix. The Matrix. Right! Alison! We were on this dock and she's. She's pointing me into this direction of of this question. So by the eighteen ninety S as a way to suppress black freedom, white social scientists presented the new crime data as objective, colorblind and incontrovertible incontrovertible right for my book. That's from your buck. How did they do this? Oh? Man, so this is fascinating. So, it was never fashionable to claim to be a racist. This is counterintuitive all right so. Every generation of white Americans consider themselves to be better than the one that came before. So by the time we get to the end of the nineteenth century right right around the end of slavery that generation of white leaders. These were people that I write about who who were Harvard professors. They were northern politicians. They were people Jane Addams, who was a famous social worker? Basically said like we're better than our forebears and a lot of the shit that we've inherited a round racing. Racism is not our fault. It's our job to do better right. So their sense of what had come before them kind of let them off the hook. For owning the ways that society had already set up Ormes of privilege. And, so what they said is like. Because we're not responsible for what's happened before, we can be more objective because we know that we're not as bad as they were. And in a nutshell, they thought of themselves as post. Racial I mean again I know it sounds crazy, but we had the civil rights laws now. They're like black. People can kind of do their own thing, so even though we know share cropping. Cropping was shitty deal for black people in second class citizenship. They were a little more ambivalent about it. Just like we've known for a long time that mass incarceration and the Crime Bill, the nineteen ninety s built the biggest prison system in the world by the lot of people were like it's full of criminals. Why should I feel bad about this gigantic criminal justice system? So when you go back one hundred years, so the eighteen nineties for the first time. Northerners and Southerners Liberals and conservatives are all kind of like. Well the crime statistics tell us the black people commit warcrimes than white people. And if the crime statistics are just as bad in Chicago, as they are in Birmingham, then, it can't be about southerners. It's gotta be about them. And that becomes the most dominant. In favor of segregation that links that moment one hundred years ago to our time today. The crime statistics show that black people have a crime problem. That's why we put all the police in their community. The crime statistics show that black bullies. You know are dangerous. So why should I send my kid to school? With a bunch of bike is so they can get beat up. The Crime Statistics emerged in eighteen ninety for the first time as a way of talking about black people as inferior and dangerous without appearing to.
"khalil" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"I was really excited about this because I just want to talk to a professor. I WanNa talk to historian, someone who lives and breathes and understands and studies teaches it in school, and I really was just excited to be is never. Did we got to talk with Dr Khalil Muhammad? He's professor. History race in public policy at Harvard. Kennedy School is author. He wrote the condemnation of blackness race crime in the making of modern urban America. You know it was we went to school. You know went to school I I went from Boulder two years in Boulder to Harvard Yeah. I think. I even say that in the episode. A far cry from Harvard Yeah. I didn't even go to college. But you know what look we're learning as we go. Honestly, this was one of those moments where when we were done with this I kind of got off of the of the call and I was like you know. Why am I never learned this? It does make you kind of realize there's just a lot that we don't know. There's a lot that we're not taught in school and and I really appreciated him. Taking the time to discuss matters of race in America and well, we talked about systemic racism. Really you know not just the Buzzword of systemic. Down what that means of immigration in America means. Slavery how it went policing began how literature in statistics were used to sort of push this narrative. It was a lesson. It was a lesson where we got to be one on one with a Harvard professor. And pick his brain and it made me want to read more it also. It also made me want to go to Harvard South. And I want to go to Harvard I. Just WanNa take his class zoom. US just just me, that's it. Anyway here after Khalil Mohammed. You're a professor at.
"khalil" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"That's correct. That's. Jogi of trained in office. He added the h. back. He said, because we can't do anything with him. He's reckless. That's what LT was, but skill. All the reporter asked him does Khalil Mack, compare favorable to some of the great pass Russia's that you've encountered in your time in the NFL. It was a simple question. They didn't ask him, is he LT if he better than not. Do you see that's on asked? So I don't understand why he got so upset at the line of question, I don't either, but there's always method to his madness. He does not speak without thinking is not look before he leaves. He and -ticipant that question and he said exactly what he had planned to say. Now, the IMO of that, what? What's the. Trying to get off there that's up for debate. I'm gonna tell you what my opinion is neither JJ watt, nor Khalil Mack belong in the same conversation with Lawrence Taylor, they just don't. Neither one of them do if I just go off, I test, I'm talking about watching TV, which player leaps more which which player do I see change the game more Khalil Mack changes the game more than JJ watt. Does that just me and I'm gonna point out to everybody. JJ had the luxury since twenty fourteen of having Judeh the cloudy, either opposite him or across from me or wherever he lines up, AJ moves all over the line. But today the cloudy was the first pick in the draft and the other night to Sunday nights ago, Dallas at Houston guy. I'm just hide my for is Judy, and he's the one who's terrorizing my quarterback, not j. j. j. j. got a couple of times, but not like today did and Whitney mercilus. He was a late first round picky has thirty eight and a half career sacks. Well, he's in there. He's in the mix too. Does that not make it a little easier for JJ watt because you've got to other guys that can who other guys. So Khalil Mack has basically been doing it by himself as just that pure von Miller, memorial edge rusher just flying off the look at Oakland. Yeah, they have now that has gone serving can have his moments but, but again, it was mostly Khalil Mack or bust. Right. Okay. Now what am I reading into what Bill check said? I don't think he respects Khalil Mack and I don't think Jon Gruden respected clue MAC, and I'm gonna give both the coaches this much because I've watched a lot of clue Mak in two years ago, I really liked the raiders to to rise up and win the wild card when we were going back and forth on the show. Rooting for them all year, there would be games when he would drive me crazy because he doesn't play max hard every play. I don't know, JJ watt, max effort, every play. You can make the case, but but the point is Khalil will have stretches of disappearing act in New Orleans. Against New Orleans. Last week. He said he had a bad ankle, but he just drifted out of sight. Miami into Miami, not new. The thing is is that if you look at his body type probably reminds you most of because they'll they're built bear similar. They are both guys can hold the age. And then the three four defense with LT played is talk rear is that you must maintain integrity by keeping outside arm. Pre you want getting around the edge only OT. He wasn't gonna let it happen. But what he also could do is that he loved chasing the play down from behind and you quarterbacks. I mean the way he could just rag. Like I said, it'd be hard for him to play now because think about new. This registered one hundred ninety eight and a half sack Russa's over two hundred..
"khalil" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"We are having a heck of a time. You know it. It's been fun. It has been fun. Like I said, you know what? The for having a good time, good energy like working with. And now this is that moment where you get to say a lot of big hot take things right, like this is sort of the the way we role must leaves up real quick here. I'm good gotta get ready for it, but the best part about it is you can say, whatever you want, radio, you can say, whatever you want, just disagree with it. I'm kidding. I'm kidding. So what. I want to do here is trying to have a little bit of a nuance conversation about some of the things that have taken the world by storm over the first two weeks of the NFL, but I'm figure out what is real moving forward. For example, of all the storylines we've seen early in the season, I think one that is going to stick in my mind is the Chicago Bears defense, not just because of Khalil Mack. I realized that that's a huge part of it. But when you think about the way they've looked in two weeks, they look like they're able to cover anybody there. Look like they're able to get past their pressure on anybody and they can send the blitz from anywhere they want to send it. It's really inspiring to see what that defense looks like. Incredible team speed. I look at the bears and I think man, that defense is going to be good. All stink in year. That's gonna stick. Hold on. I'm confused right now. Yes, yes. Khalil Mack did not do this to you? Khalil Mack was not the one that forced his hand out of Oakland, at least in my opinion. Right. I think ultimately, if he if the raiders wanted to get a deal done. With Khalil. Mack is still of the belief that they could have found a way to get some cap, maneuvering, etc, etc. Maybe some swelling of some pride as well though they could have gotten it done. I think they could have. They just chose not to, but you're talking about Khalil MacIntosh, a positive vein, not because you don't love Khalil Mack, but the guy would have thought just by recency, like, you know, the emotions, what it's been like, you know something. I'm gonna. Pretend like Khalil Mack is not completely destroying dings for the Chicago Bears right now. I think I thought you'd be like apps. Good ignored at the high road here. Harrowed it's been the for me the most I opening thing has been. I knew how good Khalil look for anybody that's like, oh, why are we now talking about Khalil Mack? Everybody knew he was great right. There was never a question of that, but when you've seen him in this bears defense and it's such so early in his transition into that defense. But when you see how explosive the defense looks as a whole with them, there's a moment where I look at it and say, man, when you put him with really amazing players, he's even better than we thought Khalil. Mack is even better than I thought he was a month ago in irony thought. He was one of the best players in the NFL. So I'm looking at this bears defense saying, nothing can stop this defense. They're going to be in every game all year long because their defense is that freaking good? Yeah, they are tremendous. I'll give you that much on. They are unbelievably good on defense, and I'm just I, what I'm trying to say here is that you are..
"khalil" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Your division. You plan twice a year. We're going after Khalil Mack. It had been reported before the deal. Aaron Rodgers has had to collarbone surgeries wanna face in minimum ten times next five years that Viking pass, rush and Khalil Mack. The next Lawrence Taylor really wanting to see that he's gonna get air and a couple of times I don't know, plays him ten times in five years. You want to face the next Lawrence Taylor. See. Green Bay's defense right now is young and mostly cheap. You've got room dispend big money on a Khalil Mack. D. Reggie McKenzie is a former Packer executive. He's the current raiders GM. You had a built in emotional psychological advantage. You had a guy that respects and likes the Packers in the building and you didn't use it e. We've got history here. Folks. Green Bay is not where free agent stars go. They don't go to Green Bay. So when you can get him in a trade, you get him in a trade. F- Aaron Rodgers. Never loses in the playoffs. When you give him help defensively when Green Bay Gibbs up fewer than twenty three points in the play offs, Aaron Rodgers has never lost, but here's what Green Bay has given up in his losses in the playoffs. Fifty one points, thirty seven points. Forty five points, twenty eight point twenty six points. Forty, four points. Green Bay, seven and one. If you can just hold people to a reasonable number twenty three. You've got good interior defensive lineman, you drafted corners next year. The one thing in the first round you're gonna draft you to draft a defensive end a pass rusher. I said this yesterday once again. People in Green Bay. This organization is not comfortable with risk, but Colin. But Colin, we signed Aaron Rodgers to an extension that's not risk. That's duh. That's like telling my kids, hey, don't walk out in front of traffic. That's like, hey, I didn't jump out of a plane without a parachute. Of course, you sign Aaron Rodgers. That's not courage. That's like your idiots. If you don't do that, Khalil Mack takes courage, give up stuff to get stuff. I don't wanna hear that signing. Aaron Rodgers took guts. That's the biggest duh in professional sports. Courage would have been going to give up two first round picks to get Khalil Mack. You had it. You're not a free agent destination and you blew it. Let me shift to this hard knocks. Final edition was on last night..
"khalil" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"And so the other. Aspect of it is the money. The raiders did have money to pay Khalil Mack. And so it was going to be at a standstill for a long time until October until they get their TV money. They wouldn't have the money to pay a hundred and forty million dollars. And so Jon Gruden did was he started to campaign talking. We play bad with him. We can play better without him and then all of a sudden they start talking about, let's trade them. Let's get these draft picks and Chicago bitten. And so now to give him two first round draft picks in Oakland and to give Khalil Mack. One hundred and forty million dollars is guy in this day. So you don't like what the Chicago Bears did. I think it's going to help them, but it's not enough to tilt the feel for me because they're not paying for trubisky's on that rookie contract, but they don't have enough offense in my mind, everybody's talking about what Neg is done, how good they look in a preseason. That's preseason real deal start Sunday. We'll see. I don't think they have enough offense to beat Minnesota agreed in that division and Khalil Mack and the defense the defense has played will last few years under. Five GIO pas, you Vic? Fazio. So to me, I don't think they have enough to to tip the field to make them that much better playoff contender in my mind. So the Philadelphia Eagles we have these four things, the Philadelphia Eagles win a Super Bowl, and the NFL is a lot like music. There's a lot of one hit wonders, right? There's a lot of team, the dirty birds in Atlanta, they disappear. Right. You know, I think Saxon villes gonna shrink a little bit because Andrew luck into Sean watching her back now in their division. That's just my prediction, but Philadelphia wins. Right. Okay. I got. They're putting up Super Bowl signs in the building. They're starting quarterbacks, not ready. They opened with Atlanta who they beat last year, got a little chip on their shoulder, their offensive coordinator. The quarterback coach leave their coach got again a book deal check yet yet. Yep, Yep. Like I look at Philadelphia. These are the warning signs in my life of watching the NFL that they're not going to repeat. I don't think they repeat anyway, Green Bay Packers, Tina beaten all the football, but two things struck me. They wanted to bits Nick foles in the preseason or tongue about how he's not planning up to par. And then Secondly, when you play in front of passionate fans who haven't won anything in a long time, like the eagles fans, they're buying dinners fall. The players, kissing all the players. You can do no wrong in Philadelphia. You can go out there and do some of the creative stuff and you won't get arrested in Philadelphia right now, you start to get a sense that you know, man, we still own the Super Bowl cloud, and you forget to go to work in off season. Thank you to me. I think that. They can struggle. Now, having said that, I think they can beat Atlanta on Thursday because Atlanta can't go on their defense. You look at the last two times they played and Leno score ten and I think thirteen points. So the defense holds them down against Atlanta. But I do think that you get a little bit of sense of, I'm the most important piece..
"khalil" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Taylor is joining me on the start of football season. We are ready. She just put her glasses on getting Syria mean seriously. They cleaned them for me. So very nice studious academic. That's what we do here. It is great to have you in. I don't remember a show where I drove to work in the morning, and I don't even think I needed prep. I kinda just talked. So let me start with this. The raiders traded Khalil Mack Khalil Mack is everything you're trying to find in the NFL every single person in the NFL's trying to find basically the same thing, a great player who plays it a really important position. That's a great guy in the locker room and the raiders had it and gave him up because you know he was really expensive, dude. So as filet Mignon Soza a Mercedes. So a stain at the Ritz Carlton like you gotta get comfortable without. Right. I understand that the raiders didn't have a star quarterback and they thought to themselves, oh Lord, we got to give up this defensive guy get a bunch of pics to get a quarterback, but they do. They have their car. I would get up. The raiders didn't have somebody to protect their quarterback, their offensive linemen, and they said, you know what? We got a quarterback, we gotta protect him and we're going to give up this great player to get it. But timeout. The raiders do have a great quarterback and they do have a good offensive line. So the next thing the raiders would want is a great pass rusher and they gave him up. What are you doing? Uncle Collins, three rules of football. It's not real complicated. Number one, get a good quarterback number to get people who can protect your quarterback. And number three get to the other teams quarterback. They've already got one and to do you know what they're going to do with those two draft picks. They got joy, try to find the next Khalil Mack and they won't because he's a once in a franchise player. There are no Lawrence Taylor's for the New York Giants. They're never gonna. Find another one. Denver's never going to get a John Elway in never gonna find him. It doesn't work that there's going to be known next Dion Sanders. The greatest cornerback of all time. This morning, I went and looked at the last fourteen years of the. Raiders first round picks one great player Khalil Mack, hey, but you got two first round picks where you could pull fully find a crap that won't happen. Man don't out think the room if you think about this, if you get a job and it pays well, okay, check. And your boss is really cool check and it's a great city check. You don't leave that job. Those are the three checks you're looking for. It pays your bosses cool and integrate city. If you get into a relationship man or woman, and they're really fun to hang out with and your friends and parents like him and you're really attracted to him. You don't break that up. You don't move out of that relationship. You go buy her a big ring. Yeah, I said it. You do. Come on. Now, man, this is football. The whole game in football's find a quarter pack, protect a quarterback, and then get people who get their quarterback. You gotta figure that out. This is not complicated and don't get me wrong. I understand. It's really expensive, but I, as I get older, there are just certain things you can't be cheap on. You can't be cheap on transportation. He can't be cheap on toilet paper. Just spend the extra money. Trust me. It don't be cheap with NFL superstars. 'cause you get about two a draft. You get about two a draft and I may be hyperventilating..
"khalil" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"And so they couldn't compete with the just the the size veracity of both lines lines of scrimmage for Alabama. They get worn down and beat up. So some of it is Alabama's good. Some of it is Alabama's from recruiting and just keep loading up with guys to wear sodas, Kentucky and Duke and basketball. But those guys always go pro and college football. They can't go pro for at least three years. But also some of it is the quality competition. The quality competition. We got some poor yon Khalil Mack, got some for you on lady on bell, wasn't the hell is buffalo doing? It makes no sense, which makes complete sense with the Buffalo Bills announcing that Nate Peterman is their starter. But coming up next. What Jim Harbaugh haters need to realize. It's very simple. Take a deep breath. It's next I'm Doug godly. This the hurt. Doug Alvin for Colin. This is the heard wherever you may be have remained. Listen, thanks so much for making us part of your day. People are saying crazy things about this Khalil Mack trade Razi things by this Khalil Mack trade. Grazie we will reel them back in get you ready for a great night in college football and a great weekend in the National Football League. There is look. There is a team out there that I don't necessarily love the long term prognosis of them, but short term, wow, seems like seems like they got a lot of dudes. We'll get. We'll get to that. There is a little bit of basketball to talk about the Lakers finally agreeing to a buyout of Lou all dang ridding themselves of all. But I think they have like one guy left from the Mitch Cup, check era that cleared out thirty eight million dollars in salary, cap space for next season member Kawai bridge int k. d. free agent, Jimmy Butler free agent Klay Thompson free agent dad. The voice of the Lakers former Laker Klay grew up in Orange County, went to Santa Margarita high. School. It all kinda makes sense. They're all kinda makes sense. Enough about basketball. It's talk football. So in the in the if you're a hater, you are going to have a great night and a terrible night all at the same time, right. If you're a hater, there's things that everyone seems to hate of the hater variety. Does that make any sense yet? Does haters hate Duke basketball. They just do. They just hate all things do. Basketball haters will either hate. LeBron or k. d. you could maybe pick Kobe Bryant as well. Again, it doesn't mean that you cannot like those guys, but the, hey, the the, you never give any sort of love any sort of credit even when it's absolutely do, and you simply hate on any kind of negativity. Look, a hater was waiting for Notre Dame to lose or for Jim Harbaugh to lose. It was going to be a great night for the hater. The good thing about being a hater is you can hate on Notre Dame, but somehow if Michigan lose the Notre Dame, you just gloss over your hatred for Notre Dame. Like, man, I don't like horrible. Okay. And the haters says, a Michigan paying Jim hormone nine million a year. I mean here. And he's eight eight overs last sixteen, let let's we can completely gloss over that. He was nineteen in three in his first was a twenty two games, right? We'll just gotta gloss. Pretend like that didn't happen. We can also forget that. If you go back to seasons ago, they lost three games by a grand total of five points, three games by five points..
"khalil" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Yeah, I think it is actually, Jared, bell USA today before we get to the hall of fame stuff te'o because I'm fascinated, you're in those rooms, vote on him, not voting on him. Let me say this. I'm not a big fan of free agency. I think you're basically you don't know the odometer. It's like a car used cars, be careful. You know if they didn't mess around with the dominator, they can still have a wreck and not tell you about it. You know they're supposed to. They don't know us the problem when you're getting free agents is, were they good practice players? Are they good in the locker room in minor league baseball, you draft a guy, you know, through the minors, it'd be good dude or bad dude. So I've always been NFL free agency. I do think there's a time though when you have a quarterback who can start in the first three years in a rookie contract and he's good, like Russell Wilson. Oh yeah. Go for it. Seattle's like Percy, Harvard, cliff. April Rams are like, okay, Jared, Goff painted. Nothing. I gotta tell you right now. Jarrett Khalil Mack jets. There's discussions with Oakland. I think if I'm the jets, I give you multiple. To get Khalil Mack. I got Leonard Williams, Tremaine Johnson at corner Adams, the safety. I Todd Bowles in the league defensive coach. I really like him. I think if I'm the jets, I go for Khalil Mack and my crazy. You're not paying darnold anything? No, I think that's great. If you're the jets, I mean, why not go for it? You have nothing to lose. Give away some draft picks and add this playmaker to your defense. But the problem I think in this whole scenario is if you're the raiders you'd be crazy to trade away Khalil Mack now obviously they could make some kind of offer that you can't refuse a draft pick back is, but the raiders you can't get a guy like Khalil Mack, an edge impact player off the streets. And if you're talking about like Jon Gruden told me he wants to try to win immediately. Well, you need your best defensive player that the problem with this I think is, is there's a couple of different layers. Obviously, one being the CBA that allows teams to have a fifth year option for these. I. Picks. So you talk about five years and then to franchise be tied up for seven years. But the other thing is that Jon Gruden and Khalil Mack have not worked together because Khalil Mack has not been there during the off season. Gruden doesn't have the sense that a lot of people and I've been around the raiders a bit and recent years and the respect level for Khalil Mack in that locker room, huge as a team guy who'd, oh no doubt about it and Gruden you want guys like that and your locker room for your message. Oh, knows John leware you out John needs guys, that love him. Yeah, he needs like four guys behind him. The troops that are like, no, John's great trust me. You gotta believe John. Okay. I gotta get to this. Te'o didn't get on the first ballot and then snubbed the hall of fame you were in those rooms on Teo voting. Was his behavior talked about? Was that the problem? Of course it was talked about. You can't talk about te'o without talking about. The drama that is attached to the t. o. brand if you will fame thing. I mean, that's the most te'o thing. Te'o has ever done. Okay, but but McCollum let me tell you this from from the get-go from year one with -til. I was one of the voices into Rome that was really promoting his cause as a hall of Famer and did not, you know, not acknowledge the issues that some people had with his personality and, and you can argue a lot of different ways and extrapolate to the nth degree. What effect that has on what happens on the field? I mean, if a guy's a, you know, a locked room issue. Does that carry over so you can. You can make those arguments, but bottom line look at the guys production. Look at the elite players at his position during his era. He didn't hurt teams either eagles went to a Super Bowl Niners to me. He wasn't always a great guy..
"khalil" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless, best phones, best networks, no contracts. That's what you do. You go, you get Khalil Mack, the MAC, daddy. That's what you do. Khalil Mack in New York City. Khalil Mack in New York City. You talk about a gangrene defense. Resurrect in itself rises from the ashes of mediocrity beyond this is how you do it. This is how you do it. This is a no brainer to me. You the New York Jets you have got to do this. You've got to find a way there's at least twelve teams reportedly have called the Oakland Raiders about Khalil Mack. And in fairness, the Oakland Raiders. Let's be clear. Let's not blame this on Jon Gruden. First of all of us would take the money just like he's at the money. Secondly, from a football, accurate standpoint, demand is made to be a part of football. He knows football inside and out whether he can coach, this generation of players remains to be seen, but I don't think him being away from the game as long as he was will hurt him as much as it would have heard of the coaches because he was the voice of Monday night football, which means that he was around these guys all the time and by virtue of being around all of them talking to them ingratiating yourself with today's modern day player. While at the same time, calling the game giving color commentary. I with the great Mike to Rico, and then with Sean McDonough and on top all getting access to those locker rooms at talking to the coaches and what have you..
"khalil" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"You notice the best part of the season when the best teams go at it and try to win that that beautiful trophy and you could check it out on FOX Friday night, big time, big f s one big. Once called, tell him what you call it. I don't call, you know, call it that little FOX and big. I work at both of them though. There's nothing wrong with it. I mean, I'll must you work on FOX baby. This no one will be called that, hey, man, baby FOX's of sneaky by Janette. Oh, man. And then again, three's company versus three headed monster, try versa. Power then go to Brooklyn on the twenty fourth on Friday night. Yeah, for the championship. So everybody watched this is it's going to be great basketball, great action and fun. You know, we got some of the funniest dues talking trash. What do you think of the raiders before let you go. I don't know. You notice like Khalil Mack is not in. I know what the hell's going on with that. I mean, they trade my favorite punter and it's like, I don't even have a favorite pun. I've never had a favorite putter sev- Ray guy, but you know, they trade it like king. He was fun man. So I don't know what the hell is going on over there. I got. I gotta get over there and and see what's going on. I can't wait to this basketball season is over. All right. So I could focus on. Yeah, raider the raiders are hold on. Let me get a week one, right. Oh, that's the first Monday night Rams at raiders Monday night. Your your seasons way done by then I'm I'm near coal on Monday on there. Maybe we'll have you on after that game. And yeah, tell us what you saw a have a great playoffs. Thank you, rich. Come back anytime for sure. Ice cube on Twitter. Again, check out the big three coming up this this Friday and Dallas on FOX at eight eastern big FOX with the finals Friday, the twenty. Fourth back with more Alex core of the fifty games over five hundred Red Sox still to come, hey listeners just wanted to take a minute.
"khalil" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Sean Merriman back joined now by FOX NFL analyst, Greg Jennings let's move to Oakland word today. Jon Gruden kicked off his first training camp since returning to the sidelines, but had the do it without their best defensive player. Probably their best player Khalil Mack holding out for a contract extension. In fact, Adam Schefter reports Gruden and MAC have yet to actually speak since John took the raiders job in January wit lock big deal to you. I'm gonna say no at the moment just because I just think it's a negotiating ploy by Khalil may. I think the reports are Gruden has reached out. He just hasn't gotten a response back from Khalil Mack. I just think Khalil Mack is playing hard ball. And so right now I'm just going to call her the standard, negotiating standoff. I'm not gonna read more into it that there is some kind of unrecoverable disconnect between. Gruden and Khalil Mack. There's also a report though they're miles apart miles apart, so I don't want to put it all on Khalil Mack. He's the best player defensively. He in von Miller, Aaron, Donald, or to the three best defensive players. Maybe in the league doesn't it seem weird if you took over a company? Two months in, I hadn't talked to my best employees. I mean, wouldn't you like Uber to his house? Knock on doors something. I mean something Nope should be showing up at his doorstep, not just a Texan. How you doing? Can we talk and no one? Can we talk you flout they'll you, you come and see him in this. This is shows a fact that a lot of things with this in by John grooten over the years with him players and some players not being able to trust him. He's the best height man. Best hype closer to ever came through the NFL ever. He can get the whole team hyped up in route and on the same page for his own benefit. But if you don't reach out to d- best defensive player in the National Football League, there's a problem and I know you. The coach you more worried about Derek Carr. You more worried about the wide receivers offense affront front, but Khalil Mack is a once in a lifetime player. You better. You got, you got to fix that. And if you don't fix that, that shows me what kind of coach them kind of person you are because he has an power, he signed a big deal so he can make some things happen in that far apart. You should be the one to say, we can't make it happen right now. We can't structure something, but we want you here and if he hasn't done that yet. That's a problem. Yeah, that's, that's my problem..
"khalil" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"The l better in twenty eight teen myles garrett or khalil mack and i guess better from football perspective better from us the typical perspective all of that stuff that's a really good one i'm a big myles garrett believer and i think of myles garrett stays healthy that he will have a better year that khalil mack and that's really saying a lot because you know we both know how awesome he is including forget the sax people don't realize he's truly one of the best run stopping defense football but i don't think myles garrett at his level yet yeah but in terms of the season i would say cleveland as a much better defense in the rate exactly right much better defense other people you gotta worry about on the defensive line really worrying about i would say more creative scheme and greg williams to that might find ways to just free him up to get a few more cheap ones in a khalil mack which is going to be the cincinnati system which is you know four to it's kind of a cover three press bail type of scheme and yeah it's a little more predictable that way garrett's think i'm excited for him yeah really i'm two left matt st's fourteen how can people call mike tomlin topfive coach but his teams never get over the hump did wanna savall and they went to another one and they went without he's he's been to to which one do they lose they lost the green bay in the aaron rodgers marriage like the number one defense in the nfl and if the big pile of that game was who was fast fully parker had a big fumble in that game i don't think it was really parker he was the first guy with the french name it was wasn't reshad mendenhall it may have been i think it was sean but regardless i understand the concerns about like mike tomlin all that it's not always harvick it was mendenhall right that was a that was a huge moment that game pittsburgh was on their way to winning that game at least all the movement towels out in full force it was the biggest mistake i'm trying to figure out what had happened to the game how the ball nearly seven minute i don't know they were overcoming a deficit i'm trying to find it go you're talking about mike tomlin yeah i mean my no mike tom i do i have great respect for mike tomlin okay so that's i mean the first thing is my answer probably going to be a little bit biased but i try not to be biased in my answers like this and i understand what kind of football coach is it was twenty one seventeen star the fourth quarter steelers had been down twenty one to three they make at twenty one seventeen second to at the thirty three so they're in field goal and he fumbles that's right that's right they kinda taken over the so i know they haven't got over the hump okay certainly get that like to the degree the last few years it hasn't been great but again let's just keep things a little bit and perspective can i read off his career achievements here place i mean two thousand seven i.
"khalil" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"You gotta to work on that smile to khalil that's what you gave me now that's not fair you've been doing this my whole life my mom's been doing too they always tell me smile and photos if i smile it looks like this but if i laugh then you can see my teeth for what you guys want me to do i have to do this some extra work like this we're not gonna commercial now but when i go to commercial i'm gonna find a pick i'm gonna show it to you and i want you to be as honest as you've ever been with and go ooh i get what you're saying right i don't like my smile for one i have bell's palsy so half on my face just doesn't function as well as it should but i have noticed that showing a little bit of teeth is is probably my best smile than when i just do that deal or whatever yeah and i'm now embracing even though have crooked teeth on the bottom it's like a it's like a fingerprint that's just me i could go out there and fix it but i wanted to for a while but i'm like no that's just me that's just the way my teeth played out knowing i'm not on tv or a model or anything like that i have to worry about it but you're not a model but but but anderson's got a big smile got back we wanted them to do it but ends has got a big old smile you know what i'm saying so yeah any picture my fight i served up i'm laughing smiling it's just impossible it means i'm laughing then he picture you have of me with showing teeth in its because i was laughing or something probably smelling like actually the best way to to get a good my favorite photos myself or if i'm like laughing i like it so i should go one two three you should go one to like that and then he'll get what you want did you say you were free agent or you're are you are you a free agent right now are you coming up on what could be another contracts in no i'm still contract so now i'm not a free agent i'm still under coming on the contract that was six seven also your oso now's the time they're gonna call right i'd hope so they wanna lock you up and what do you think you're gonna tell them say nope i wanna finish out the fight and roll the dice on yourself or you wanna come to terms early and just put that out of the way i would like to come to terms i wanna keep fighting you know i wanna keep fighting and then the plan is to progress the plans to you know climb the ladder so you're already have a number in your head of what you want what do you mean like next yes so again it's public you made nineteen moneywise right i mean yeah i wanna make contact he was making i know i know he sells more tickets right it's like more take he just cores like peaches put you over so going into this fight he was the side on that match alone right but now you're the side if you guys were to ever rematch enemy but of course i don't think you guys are going to fight but you're going to become the side versus some other guys as you continue to become more of a veteran if you were to fight alex gustafsen side but the guys that are trailing you're the side so yeah it'll be fun to negotiate enjoy it embrace it and hopefully you get a solid number but this is a great fight to go in there and battle on because you just put a lot of people on their feet you know and you had a bonus you know what i mean so this is a perfect time for you to to do this and hope it goes great for you yeah i hope so too but i got i got some good guys in my corner and managers and stuff that that know how to you know know how to work it i just fight man you know what i mean i need to do some more studying in business and finance and all that stuff to be able to bring like a you.
"khalil" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast
"Khalil was smart enough to know hey this is not right let me go ahead and khalil was smarter know if khalil saw a firearm he was gonna probably late me no excuse me if you saw firearm my house he's gonna let me know and be like hey know that that eight pill or something like that thing is never saw it right but i'm just saying his mother more comfortable with it you know when i was dating her at that point you know i actually put the three eighty in her hand and she was very very scared of goods like she was amazingly afraid of gun like she she would shake when she saw firearm that was hard she's from up north and they're not in firearms aren't as ingrained in their culture as a just commonplace thing as they were you know down here seeing new exit you know i wanted to it knowing that was a big part of my life i when i was dating her i want her to be comfortably be acclimated to if her son or either children saw that i wanted her to be like hey they can come to u n b ly okay this is the right way to handle that situation you know and so the thing is you know what's like i say shots khalil he he'd probably never saw firearm around but he's still living in amazing intelligent man and you know the thing is here's as i say last week i don't think that any black per and i've said this before in mercedes.