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The Biggest Mistakes People Make During Negotiations with Kwame Christian M.A. Esquire
"Would you say. Kwami is the one single most important thing that we need to know to become a better negotiator. Basically sum up your entire world in one sentence. Here i guess is what we're asking easy easy you're always negotiating that's really it. And so the name for my podcast negotiate. Anything for the reason that i want. People to recognize that they're constantly negotiating. So the definition. I like to use for negotiation. Is anytime you're in a conversation and somebody wants something and so constantly negotiating so whenever. I am doing these trainings and i ask them. When they're negotiating they always start off with family. I then friends and then people at work. And then even if it's procurement people are negotiating deals or real estate folks. Then it gets those type of external negotiations and so the people were going to negotiate with the most are the people who are closest to us and so the number one thing that people need to recognize when it comes to negotiation is that negotiation is everywhere. That's one of the biggest barriers people have is that they have low negotiation awareness. They don't know when they're negotiating and if you don't know you're negotiating then you don't know to use the skills. I love that. Because i know so many people that we talked to in. They're like well. How do i practice my negotiation. I don't get into enough situations like contractors or with business partners or with vendors. That i feel like i can practice enough and i think you just said it perfectly there. You should be practicing every day whether you're talking to your kids whether you are at a restaurant and trying to order something that might not be on the menu anytime you're talking to somebody in either side. What something. It's a great way to put that you're always negotiating to. There's always the opportunity to practice. You have to put yourself in the mindset that is negotiation absolutely and i remember i was listening to one of your episodes before i think it was on the ship. Bigger pockets episode and carol. One of the things you mentioned. Was that the simplest thing you can do to practice you. Negotiate digest practice listening. Not talking in a conversation and it's really hard to do and it's so hard that i created a challenge just for myself maybe i'll make it public something like that. But it's just the listening challenge and i remember. I have a five year old and around the holidays. My son was acting up a bit in school. And so i said you know what i'm to take him to work with me and i will bore him to death and then he will appreciate school more. My mom thought it was a horrible idea and says she started off the conversation. Just criticizing me. And i said oh. This is an opportunity to practice. Okay so for fifteen minutes straight fifteen minutes straight. i didn't say anything other than summarizing. What she said asking. If i understood correctly and then asking what else fifteen minutes straight didn't say anything and i was dying inside. I want to make it abundantly clear. So it's not easy not easy at all to do and so we got to that fifteen minute point and she's like. Are you going to say anything. I said listen. Mom i just wanna listen. I am here to just hear your perspective. What else do you want to say. And then once. I got to the point where she said nope that's it. I said okay. Would you like to hear my perspective. Sure and then. I gave my perspective. She agreed right now. If you think about that conversation if i would have started off if if i would have started off that conversation would not have gone very well right but i went through that painful process of listening for the moment because it was effective in the moment but also thinking long term. This is a practice opportunity. If i can do it in this moment it'll be a lot easier in the future. And then at the end of the conversation. I asked her for feedback. I said how did you feel during this conversation. What could i have done differently. What could've done better. I'm seriously thinking about every single conversation whether it's with my five year old my wife and my mom whoever it is as a practice opportunity because it makes those bigger than more transactional negotiations a lot easier. I want to suggest that. Everybody just hit rewind ninety seconds or one hundred twenty seconds and listen to that again because if you learn nothing else from this episode that's going to change your negotiation ability right there. That's gonna take ten times better. I heard a quote the other day. And unfortunately i can't remember who said it and so who attributed to but something along the lines of most of us when we are listening to somebody else auk were thinking most of the time about what we're going to say next as opposed to what they are saying and when we do that. We don't really get the other person's viewpoint we don't really comprehend what they're saying. We're just thinking about how we're going to argue it and how we're gonna get our point across and so what you said was so important. I do wanna go back to one thing because you had an amazing nugget in there that you kind of glossed over. But i think is super important. I'd love for you to expand on it if you don't mind but you talked about during that fifteen minute conversation with your mom. You were reiterating back to her. Your interpretation of what she was saying and it wasn't just is a time filler. Wasn't just for you to have something to say. What was your reason for. Taking the time and reiterating back to her. What you thought she was saying. It's called the empathy loop and so what you do. Is you summarize what the person says and you do by saying this. it's a really simple format. Correct me if i'm wrong but it sounds like you're saying x. y. z. Is that correct. And then you give them the opportunity to correct you and so this serves two purposes number one. It shows that you're listening and number two. It gets you points for listening. I think about it in terms of a game right where the other side is the referee. It doesn't matter if you're listening if they don't believe that you are in fact listening right and so what i do there is. I say yeah. Am i right there. And then they could either say yes or no and the added psychological bonuses. This people feel like they are in control when they have the opportunity to correct you. Think about it as a child and a parent who's correcting in school teacher versus student. Who's correcting who right. And so i'm saying you correctly. I'm giving you the power in this. Interaction makes them feel safer. Makes them trust you more and makes them feel more in control. Even though i'm not really conceding anything by doing that.
Spike Lee Is Working on a Movie Musical About Viagra
"Spike lee has announced his next big project and It's a little unexpected to say. The least he's going to direct a movie musical about pfizer's original wonder drug viagra. Yes viagra in a statement given to deadline leib wrote in part quote. Finally going into my fourth decade as a filmmaker. I will be directing danson all singing news a spike lee joint. And i can't wait. My mom's has been waiting to. And that's the rodgers and hammerstein truth ruth lee co wrote the screenplay with kwami armagh and it will feature original songs music written by the team behind the tony winning musical passing strange. This is exactly lee's first foray into the musical realm. He resigned directed a film version of david. Byrne's musical american
How are changes to sexual harassment rules working in schools
"In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations Peter Medlin with W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet. The new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. She Wa Patel is the Director of justice for students survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of in total really just turn title nine on its head as a civil rights law says they raised. The threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for wrong twenty years if a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. So that means some substance would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. Now, they'd had to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment especially as many schools move to. More virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University. Title Nine Coordinator. Sarah Gardner says they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we address it as university but as faith ferber says the problem is that places like and I You could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference in holders schools accountable at a you students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and Garner says, they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and. The policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the chains are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So the significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sir Garner A, you were one of the many schools that Senate comets harshly not. Many concerns made it into the final regulations. Patel says, the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges. Could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tell that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another chain that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois. State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah garnered I says, we have a state law that says, you cannot cross examiner one another. This is the price sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the federal. Regulations. You must cross examine each other in public comment. It stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate, and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. Kwami Raoul away in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen.
Recipe Developing From Home
"Big difference between coming to work at the World Trade Center and you're in this two thousand square foot kitchen with every pot and pan and spice that you need. You guys are now in your home. Kitchens with spouses and kids and pets and everything Solo. What's been the biggest challenge for you? It's just getting organized. I think I'll just I'll have a plan at the beginning of the day and then it never. It never goes according to plan. You know like today. My Pie melted. I thought I'd take your Pie. The I forgot to put an oven thermometer in there so I think the temperature was in right and then the crust. Just Chris what about you cooking in freeing up? The space to cook is a constant challenge but the hardest part is Ben when I wanNA take a great photo of something. It's like the stars really have to align like to SOLAS point. It can't be the day that you're crust decided to slump like right off. You know like into the abyss of the bottom of your oven. It can't be a day where you you have to be on my kid duty the entire day. It's like I need like the daylight I need to go out into my backyard. I need the food to look right at the right moment. I need to like have my entire setup and I've found that with certain dishes like I've been doing a lot of stuff with Spring produced and you have to start thinking like Stylus to get the best possible photo. Let's talk about that because typically when we're at work you guys developed the dishes in the bottom fifty test kitchen and then there is a photo department with professional photographers and stylists food stylists who take that recipe and then bring it to life in the form of a photograph. Now that we're all at home. You guys are the photographers. The prop stylist. The food stylists uric a one man band. How has that been working? You go ahead so well. Prop stylist have a prop cut that lockdown. Today's cloudy no photos happening today. I don't know it's just. It's just a I've realized it's a lot harder than I ever imagined to just like. Make a hard look at like every snow pea. When I'm playing something I just WanNa make a taste. Good and get it on the plate but when you're looking at it through the lens of the camera you suddenly realize Oh that mentally phys wilted this snow. Pea looks crooked This plate isn't as clean as I thought it would be. So just I guess I need to like slow down when I'm playing a little bit more. Because all of the flaws are magnified on camera. You have to build your dish in the dish on the set the way of food style would you can't really you know. Put the soup in the bowl back in the kitchen and then walk it outside. Yeah you know I mean it would be nice if we could but unfortunately that's just like not how great food photography works right. It's like you need to construct your dish. You need to construct each pleading of something and then you have this window of time. Clock is ticking. You know the colors are going to be vibrant and pop for some window of time and then you're going to start to lose it you know what are some of the dictates you received from the photo department in terms of how to shoot for a website like monoply dot com. The biggest thing for me was simply the idea that we need to shoot everything landscape and portrait like. I know that sounds silly but if you are somebody who uses instagram. And you use your iphone camera. Whatever your phone camera on your phone. Chances are you're used to thinking of food like as a vertical kind of proposition but a lot of the crops we need for our websites are landscape sort of orientation and that means you need to sit there and get both orientations and and I know that sounds like okay. Well that's just easy. You turn your phone but man. You'd be surprised how easy it is to forget. You know like taking like multiple orientations of something so those a lot having to do with kind of leaving negative space. When you're taking photographs making sure they can see plenty of surface to that they can crop in with different dimensions and different sort of aspect ratios but then yeah just the simple fact of a landscape and you had mentioned taking your food out to your backyard or you guys trying to shoot everything and natural light. Yeah I mean I don't know about you sola but I have to like the the light in my apartment you know like I don't have any kind of lighting setup you know so we're really behold into to natural light whether that's like a great window location indoors or really in my case it's got to be outside so the weather has to definitely cooperate. One day the wind was blowing Chili flakes off of my plate into my eyes all over my surface. It was. It was pretty extreme which photos just so the listener can get a sense of what it's like for you guys to shoot something at home. And then I know you work with Lower Murray and our footer department to help sort of tune up the the finished product. What photos are up now on site that each of you have shot that the listeners can go take? I don't think anything from me. I think soon you're gonNA see some dumplings. That was fun because I had to get my husband to help me He was the chopstick hand model. And then it was kind of interesting trying to like. Get the right angle to somehow. Like get where. He is. Get the camera where he is critical about you. Anything up on side right now the listeners. Check out what I have done. Let's see spring hot and sour soup. That's unhealthy ish. And then I did a pantry pasta recipe. That was tied to the youtube videos. We did of all of us doing pantry pastas. That's going to be basically. I think it's going live today but it's like a Pantry. Pasta with anchovies peas. And then yeah how this oxtail recipe. I'm going to be working on from chef. Kwami on at Kith and kin. So yeah excited to get going on that. But everything's been slow. You know getting to groceries this stuff that we need has been slower. We have to plan so far ahead so it's not just the weather it's like literally what's in the fridge typically Solo. You are someone. How should I put this? You can be rather meticulous with your testings and you can go through multiple iterations of a dish till you get to a point that you're content with it so I know you've been developing this. Is it a peanut butter and Jelly pies academic helping this for Ba from before quarantine like it feels like? I spent my entire life making this guy and I don't know why so. Are you just ordering lots of peanut butter through through five peanut debriefing or five jars of peanut butter? My husband just got sixty ounces of frozen fruit this morning from target. It's due on Thursday. Wish we look how. How many versions of the Pie of you created so? I guess the hardest thing is because I don't have everyone's feedback. I just keep going back and forth so I made some hand pies and then I did some pop tarts with an icing did pie pie and then for fun. I just thought I'd try slap pie but I think Chris. I think Pi Pi Regular Pie might be the way to go really so this is so interesting. Because this recipe and like this development process has taken a journey that really started back one World Trade Center like six weeks ago. I WanNa say and I feel like we've been sort of responding almost in real time with this recipe to like what's going on in the world in terms of like the ability of it right so like I like. This was like okay. This is like kind of an opportunity to do something. That's like not crazy difficult but like a little bit more of a showstopper you know. Maybe there's like a kind of fruit meringue situation happening on top lot of color and then it was like ratcheted right back to this needs to be like a hand pie like literally make some dough slap peanut butter slap some some jelly in their closet up boom done so. I think it's been interesting to sort of see the evolution of this recipe. And you know how it's almost like kind of just responding to like. What do we think people are up for now you know? Do they need a project or they just want something. That's kind of simple and delicious. You know what I think. I think that there's that saying whatever I it's not about the destination it's about the journey. I think with Sola. The recipe is always about the journey. You leave no stone. Have to make it as bad as possible. I need to get the depths of hell before I can see the light. I basically I think that if I don't like try it with all of the flowers and know what's terrible than I. Just don't feel good about it
Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome
"Everyone my name is kwami. And I used to work in Mexico in product and I recently joined Verizon media about three months ago so putting you to the bay area objects just moved Jeff So the topic that brings us here. Today is a side. Just I used to be something engineering. I moved from sucking can humans product so What brings us here? Today's topic so comments up big from engineering to product overcoming the impostor syndrome Come out generally like to be a conversation on talk so I tried to prepare a few slides as possible so that it can be more conversation. input as well so going forward. This try do that. It's It's going to be a fun all right. So the agenda sell I I. I'd like to talk about next contacts about me What is product management? My jeans product Imposter Syndrome can start Just taking game looking what it is in in some fact surrounded and then some challenges I face and then five issues. I've picked up as more by on the issues that I picked out just Regards which gusset imposter syndrome and then how. I overcame IMPOSITON. Hopefully it'll who can it. It will be useful to you and then some key takeout takeaways that out like you to Renewed Aachen in Tacoma right. So start right with some fun facts about me So I'm originally from Ghana West Africa and I I actually grew up in South Africa. Small country called Swaziland. The Kingdom of size is one of the last remaining market in the world And it has about one point. Four million people so from very small tastes in Africa so I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs by parents. Aaron started off as teachers and I had the I guess I was fortunate. Watch them set up the own businesses whilst they were teachers indeed My Mom's side of the retail business. My Dad started my dad and my mom together started a consulting business in on. I was the African parents that to gifted children involved in your businesses so I I was involved in various aspects sometimes running by MOMS retail business. When shows away in my dad's business As dry vice over as Within the office realm so give me some good experiences. I was growing up so that I started my sneak of business so my mom used to as to start her business she should bring home some goods loss us as you said. Travel there on Welsh because back in she brings him good spots in for me. It was necas most of the time and I used to go to school. So Primary School in high school in I'll be walking. People become mention my sneakers and it took me a long time. Jackie free to create. That can actually make a business again. Why I'm wearing? I can actually bring to the people make some money so I sent it to source some sneakers locally inside. I got them for about twenty dollars. I got the start up capital from my mom I got them between Dawes. in-and-out seldom for about sixty dollars. So I mean some good profits in good the public money off that business I did that for a few years. And then I ventured into music so music writing music producing music. And I'm I'm doing the Polish Abang concerts and stuff like that so Figuring out how the music business works in that giving another arm armaments to learn how to build a business to learn how to make money radium. Each I moved here to the US. When I was nineteen I move for school? ooh And I studied computer science It was very interesting because I actually. I wanted to study business but I remember one time whereas Doing my assignment a friend of mine. Who Mentions me till this day your side Vm? He he told me hey. I think you'd be really good at computer. Sciences should try it out and I tried chided up and I never looked back. Site initially went there to study business and I change into computer science I studied in the smell coach. Westminster College in Fulton Missouri every small casing but again heavy time. GimMe opportunity to focus and to build myself as an engineer Either back on payments in the payments industry so I started off my sophomore year. Interim Mastercard work through software engineering in Minnie eventually a fulltime start working for them within biometric authentication. So that's been my core experience in fulltime. So that's been fun and lastly ask you Just recently moved to the bay air so the months ago I moved here actually three days ago as exactly three months. Oh still new to the area. I'm looking forward to exploring the era meeting more people right so this is just like A visual of my journey so the first one obviously a very happy mander was a struggle. School is struggling computer science met. That's what I studied in the struggle by that was the stock to Mike On right side Suicide my former company mastercard. I was basically working with the team on pitching a new product. And then on the bottom. NAFTA's about two weeks ago at my company Verizon media where I was lunching my product media commerce across Fanti company so that was finding new and in the middle was before I left mastercard. I didn't own your career panel where talking about the importance of knowing you are in making taking that risk to do exactly what you'd like to do in which for me was moving from software engineering product which is really fun. And then on the Bottom Reich. Mike is Me and Harvard. Business School with few Khalid's their house. Basically doing some diversity recruiting which something really passionate about in I still I don You're doing that for her as needed right so started. So what is product management. And so this is the industry definition. I have watched hundreds of Product School Jones and I always see this. Come up all the time if you go if you do a quick. Google search is the same as an intersection said a defining part on the intersection of US tech and business and then in the middle of magic you there. That's what they call the product management. What I agree with this Sunday by actually like using take a few aspects is a big element that's missing so this stakeholder management basically between us experience on January and business which could be marketing in sales and so forth? But there's no immensely add tate's the product manage. I feel like being being a product manager. Also it means that you need to manage yourself so I think that's using here so my a different version. I think it's missing you as a product manager. It's a big element there and you'll see wise relates to imposter syndrome and then there's some other Aspects that could doesn't actually say what you do as a product manager doesn't indicate why you do what you do and then how you GonNa do those things knock greedy evidence within the diagram so wise park management so I think I believe park management basically communists to things. So it's the why and the watts. That's what the product manager owns to the Y.. is going to be the traffic strategy. And then what is is going to be the product roadmap that you define based product strategy And then basically across this you're GonNa define what commensal wet solvent that always problems to solve in product management by product manager. It's your job to kind of define on actually decide what's important to solve in prioritize and in all this is brought together by the product. That's the bottom so this is my definition of park measuring
United States v. Kwame Kilpatrick
"In their witness their c._p._a. Bursts out laughing and says not even close and and everyone in the courtroom percent lance everyone except kwame kilpatrick. The jurors are laughing. Every reporters in the gallery are laughing at it was just absolutely ridiculous next assistant u._s. Attorney marchenko moved onto the bigger allegations like kwami taking bribes for cd contracts the detroit water and sewage department. <hes> was where all the money could be found. He was the third largest water and sewage department in in the united states and <hes> the mayor and his buddies figured out this is where the money was to be had and so that's where we took the trial next was basically below the street level into the sewers chuck. Oh told the jury about bernard kilpatrick shakedown of in executive from a big sludge processing company which the f._b._i. Had caught on a wire in november. Nobody on attack on smaller
"kwami" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Nineteen Fifty-three woman convicted in her boyfriend suicidal have to start serving time. She continues her appeal show Carter's defense to stay for fifteen months sentence for her rolling Conrad. Roy the third suicide would continue while she appealed Carter's attorney Joseph Cataldo, saying even as Massachusetts highest court denied that effort we fully intend to file an appeal with the United States Supreme court within the next ninety days, but a state trial judge sided with prosecutors who say Carter's jail terms should begin. Now allows the komo's motion to vote the state of sentence. The defense had argued that Carter was not actively involved in Roy's, death and should not be held accountable. Grenell? Scott, Fox News. The Illinois attorney general asking the state supreme court to order a new sentence for the white Chicago officer who fatally shot black teenager. Liquan McDonald Kwami rolls says he asked for a court order that was send Jason Van Dyke bath to the trial. Judge teachers walking the picket line in Denver, Colorado. The big thing in the Denver teacher fight is pay. The teachers union wants to stop with performance based pay through something called the pro comp system. He said hasn't really helped lower income students that much and it's come at the expense of everyone's salaries overall Denver district superintendent Susannah Cordova said, the pro comp system is complicated. But she doesn't want to get rid of it entirely. If we did we'd give up thirty three million dollars. And that's not something that I would ever want to do the teachers say something's gotta give unfortunately, you know, after fifteen.
"kwami" Discussed on KOMO
"On the passes. No kwami. Well, we have traction tires advised. Your next report ten forty four. I'm Mike conkland. Komo news. Let's take quick check of the forecast. See what's ahead therapies is strong. Onshore flow bringing showers at times tomorrow, mid forties. Showers in the morning drier in the afternoon on Saturday. And then here comes the sunshine Sunday Monday in the KOMO weather center on KOMO news. Forty two degrees right now. Search for a two year old boy in a scattered river will continue tomorrow morning. Toddler was last seen playing along the riverbank at his home on man road and Conway just south of mount Vernon komo's Patrick twinges from alongside the river air boat and beneath the surface, crews combed through the Skagit river searching for the body of a missing two year old boy was an electric toy that the boy was playing on. And we saw some tracks that led to the riverbank and the water officials are treating this as a recovering mission of the toddler who was reported missing from his Conway home on Thursday afternoon, right now, we're looking this is a tragic accident. We're not seeing anything at this point for play. But we have investigators out here. We're looking at the whole picture neighbors. Tell me the family. We moved to the area in July and may not have realized the danger of the Skagit river in the winter. A treacherous combination of cold, murky and swift conditions. Patrick quinn. Come on your state child. Welfare officials are responding to a report earlier this week about foster children being put up in hotels, raw shutters. The secretary of the State Department of children, youth and families. He tells KOMO because of a shortage of specialized group homes between one hundred two hundred hard to place foster children end up in hotels, having to be supervised around the clock and a very high cause severe either mental health issues behavioral issues or have some kind of really special therapeutic need where they require a level of either supervision or therapy. That's really we're unable to provide in most private foster home. Putter says one of the biggest problems is low pay.
"kwami" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Spend millions and millions of dollars on something and walk away with nothing to show for it. And he seems like a truly nice man we've had his wife on several times. I like her. I just am a big softie. An Erica heralds. Concession speech was awesome. Very nice. Didn't we know? I've never talked to her you you might have. And we had her in. Yeah. During Bruce, rounders speech. He mentioned how now is the time to to to truly come together and not to look at things as as a Republican or democrat, but took and that was very inspiring. And I I would love for that to happen. I don't know. I can't remember the last time that happened. I'd love for that to happen. I think Kwami Raul owes me a little something something because I kept saying I'm Kwami Raoul over that's what they said at the end of the night. They said your impression of him is what put it over your slogans. They want some salami vote for Kwami. You're not gonna lose with something like that. The who's Tommy right. I also wrote a song, you know, the Blondie song. Call me, I wrote a whole song Kwami like that. That was very popular with the kids wanted either. The nightclubs you have too much idle time. Yeah. I do. I do. Also, I want to congratulate a friend of the show for winning yesterday in Nevada Dennis Hof. I saw that. And I don't know how good a job. He's going to do not taking calls. He is not taking calls today. How does that happen? And how does that make the person running against him feel for people? Who are not sure quite what we're discussing Dennis Hof who has been a guest on the show for a brothel owner in Nevada. He was running for state assemblyman, and he won by a landslide like like, not even close and he died. He didn't. Bad for several months, but that didn't stop the people Nevada for voting for him, which is really to the Nevada in another stiff in public office. Good morning. Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. You think much like the election of our current president? Where people said I'm fed up with the system. I gotta do something. I can't just keep voting in politicians. These people in Nevada said, we're not get anything done. Anyway, let's voted dead guy in and they did anyone by a lot. I would like to talk to one Vada in who knew he was dead and still voted. They all do. He was dead. Everyone of them. It was no secret. I've been told that it is a rule that once the ballot is printed up regardless of what happens to you be at a scandal. Be at death is in this case, it's still it has to happen. True. Steve maybe you can correct me. But wasn't someone taken off the ballot last year? And last election wasn't there? Some kind of little form that was passed out at all the voting places. I don't the polling places. I don't remember who it was. There was a mistake and they were on the ballot. Here's what it says. It goes down to the laws of Nevada State law Nevada haw for reality television, star a deceased let's make that clear deceased reality star touted as the state's most well-known pimp that looks good on a business card, by the way. Ran into an outspoken Republican for Nevada's assembly district thirty six before he died knocked Tober at the age of seventy two due to a state law Hof remained on the ballot and the state's leading GOP officials had urged voters to still cast their ballots for him in order to deprive Democrats have a chance to flip the seat. So that that's the politicians of Nevada Spain to people look we've got it that guy running for office. But isn't it better to put him in office than a living democrat? Really bad. So well, and then they went forward they went for it huge. He won by a landslide wasn't even close. But what if you're the politician running against him? And you lose to a guy that everybody knows his dad, but still voted for him. Don't you go maybe politics is at my call. That's what I said, I feel bad for the person. I don't understand how there could even happen. That's when you just say, I gotta find something else. People knew I'm alive in that guy's dead. And they voted for the dead guy over me. This is not this is not for me. All right. Let's do this. We'll take your yes. Story was sent to me in an Email from Ireland this morning, really. I should've read this headline ten times. I still don't understand it. So do people from other countries were they paying attention to the time? I would imagine. I bet. Yeah. All right. We've got a bunch of calls if you're on hold stay there. We'll get to your calls and your texts next were three one thousand nine hundred seventy two hundred we would love to get your takeaway from yesterday's elections. It's Bill and Wendy in WGN. Introducing.
"kwami" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Welcome back to our special election. Coverage and many are calling it this midterms November surprise Donald Trump's own lawyer leaking allegations that Trump makes racist comments behind closed doors. Michael Cohen dropping that bomb in the pivotal final weekend of the campaign. The White House hasn't denied this story. And Cohen got specific alleging Trump said this about apprentice finalist Kwami Jackson, quote, there's no way I can let this black expletive win. Kwami Jackson is here for his first TV interviews since the story broke the Harvard Business School grad made it quite far on the premium season of the apprentice and Trump fixated on Kwami a tough competitor in some of his discussions with other contestants. So it comes down to a candidate with a high school diploma was led. Well, a Harvard Business School graduate Nick Guam as good. He's good. He's good talking. Sorry. Let me finish. Do you think? Wami is good. He's good. He's a Harvard guy. He's very smart. He's good with another pretty hard. Quami? Thanks for coming on the beat other than Michael Cohen's account you ever separately heard that Trump made those kinds of racially charged or racist comments about you. All right. Thank you for having me number one. It's an exciting time. It is midterm election time. It's the game that we've all been waiting for. And so we're all ready to jump in. And no, I personally never heard that language directly from Trump. But what I want to urge people to do number one stop playing racial bingo with President Trump. Stop waiting for him to give you the key words. So that he can get a triple letter score. And we can say, oh, he's a racist. Or some big thing has being knowledge that we already knew whether it's the way that he speaks about the NFL players the way he spoke about mayor Gil him the way he speaks about Mexican immigrants the way he speaks about the caravan. It's like how we could quickened can get to that. But let me fact fighting part of my job. This is a huge story. I think you, and I know if Barack Obama were allege credibly by a close associate attorney Friday before the mid terms of making racially charged racist, anti white statements. I think it would be everywhere all day all night all networks forever. And this. One like something seems for some to come and go. So on the on the allegation here. Do you believe Michael Cohen's account that Trump said this about you or based on your interactions or what you know? You're not sure whether it's true. No. I certainly believe it at this point said there's been enough data point that says that President Trump is a racist. And I think we should stop playing this. Rachel, bingo with him to figure out how many times he has to prove that he is who he is. Let me play for you. Afraid now, I'm not sure if I'm I don't wanna play bingo. But I'm afraid I'm gonna play something. Some people may not have heard that as part of Donald Trump's closing argument statement he made here at one of his rallies here. This was Tennessee October take a look. This great state state of Kennedy. See? Ward sue, the sweat and sacrifice of tough pioneer men and women people good genes, you have good. Gee, this is the state of Davy Crockett and Andrew Jackson. Do you think that part of Trump's closing argument these midterms has been racist? And if so what should people do about it? Well, let's not forget that Tennessee's. Also, the state of Nathan Bedford force in the state that the Kuku clan was started. So Tennessee has a mixed history. And I don't wanna take anything away from that great state. But let's play both ends of that spectrum in terms of what people should do people should finally get out and vote their conscience, what they have to realize is stop acting like your vote doesn't matter whether it was Georgia. Whether it's Florida Florida was only one by President Trump by one percentage point, which totaled about one hundred and thirty thousand votes of the twenty million people that are in flor-, Florida. So people have to realize these elections are going to come down to super super small module numbers. Maybe one county maybe a couple of precincts. So we have to get out and vote like Representative said we have to vote like we've never voted before..
"kwami" Discussed on KOMO
"Or whatever with the costume Parkway. Scott's at time. But my goodness. It was so cold light. Okay. The kids carrying that warm. The. Around with you. Neighbors spread out a shot of brandy. And I was like that work. At our house have like the kids candy. Refreshments, the adult beverage get the separate. Coming from the ridge. I mean, there are just caravans of kids being dropped off up there. Snow Kwami, you know, they just they just bombard you. I mean, you can't even close the door. There's so many kids, and then you move out to northbound in the like last year, we got like two kids know. Had so much candy. Candy that I could possibly. Taking there's probably going to be three or four hundred kids, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, not one two kids. I was it. Then you're stuck eating it for me. I want all that candy out of my house by the end of Halloween. I can't go. I can't believe the holidays are here already. Okay. We gotta go to break, folks. Eight four four forty four hundred. This is your last chance. We'll be right back. George the antioxidants and welches concord grape, juice aren't just anti oxidant. Nah, they hate oxidants welches antioxidant tracked down those nasty oxidants find their leader and beat it to a sniveling oxidant pulp in front of all the other oxidants. So they slink away like scared puppies. And you never have to worry about them ever again. That's a welches antioxidant, the world's toughest anti-oxidants welches, tough is grapes. Winging it.
"kwami" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Our sense of who we are the most personal level. We all have our own family background in the most general sense. We are all of us part of the human species. But it's the stuff in between that puts us in groups or tribes and often motivates our behavior gender religion, ethnicity nationality. These are the persistent fault lines that seem to separate us from them on my guest today is Kwami Anthony appear an academic and public intellectual don't close yourself off people who live with people of diverse identities tend to be less bigoted than people who don't so don't allow yourself to be channelled off into a world in which you only are among white people only among Catholics only among straight people. And so on that's Kwami Anthony appear on HARDtalk after the news. Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news. Italy has shown no signs of backing down from running a budget deficit that breaches European Union rules with the deadline fast approaching by the deputy, prime minister. Luigi de mayo said he was willing to explain the plan which includes a budget deficit of two point four percent to finance welfare spending the economy commission app. Yep. Moscow VC called for constructive dialogue and said he didn't want a crisis Harlem Muir, redone, yellow costal. My aim is to lead a constructive dialogue. The European Commission. Doesn't want a crisis between Brussels and Rome, the European Commission believes as I do that Italy's place is at the heart of Europe and the euro zone and not outside it, we have to do everything possible to respect that. I hope Italy will respect Europe Phil salt aspect to the Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison has delivered an emotional national apology to victims of child sexual abuse in parliament. Mr. Morrison said the state had failed to protect victims from decades of what he called the evil dark crimes in schools churches and charities as well as family homes. We honor every survivor in this country. We love you. We hear you. And we only you. No matter if you were here at this meeting place or elsewhere. This apology is to you. And for you. Your presence and participation. Mike tangible, our work to die, and it gives straits to others who are yet to share. What has happened in their world the far right presidential front runner in Brazil. I hear both scenario has threatened to cleanse Brazil of what he called corrupt elements of the left-wing Workers Party if he defeats it's candidate Fernando adad in next Sunday's election. The BBC Brazil correspondent says his rhetoric is causing deep concern in a country with a recent memory of military dictatorship. The Mexican president-elect. Andrey's Manuel Lopez over door as authorities in southern Mexico to protect the thousands of migrants making their way towards the United States. The migrant caravan has reached the city of Tapachula pass President Trump said the migrants will be turned away if they reach the US border anemic. Boo reports the migrants mainly from eastern Honduras have already tracked the length of their own country, then Guatemala and cross the river that forms a border with Mexico with the intent of continuing north to the USA here. Mexicans have come to feed the migrants and give them water and clothes, though, they sleep out in the open. It's been a welcome boost for the men women and children who spent more than a week on this arduous journey the still more than a thousand miles from America's southern border and Donald Trump has promised that none of them will get through. But many years they feel they have no choice, but to do whatever they can to escape the poverty and insecurity of their lives. Back home world news. This from the BBC.
"kwami" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"So it's not always automated considered a problem, but it's just a a the way in which as has served. It seems like a lot of these concepts just kind tend to kind of naturally incrementally grow bigger over time without anyone necessarily trying to do that on purpose concept creep is a natural phenomenon and it's neither good nor bad. It's just what happens when brains spend a lot of time interacting with other brains, trying to make sense of the world. They argue about what's. Right and wrong, and they worked together to try and reach common goals in our concepts of those things that we're talking about. They expand. One of my favorite examples is the concept of dignity in Kwami Anthony pie as book the moral code. He shows that in the fifteen hundreds people in the west shared a concept of dignity that said, some people just had more of it than others defined as the state of deserving respect from others to a person in the fifteen hundreds. It was literally unthinkable that a person who made candles that of animal fat had as much dignity as a king. But after the industrial revolution, certain members of the working class had accumulated great wealth. And they demanded more of a say in politics, and as they got that, say their newfound respect lead to a widening of the idea of dignity and once it encompassed class it expanded to encompass gender, and then. Race and then all of humanity. Once we agreed that every person deserves respect and has dignity by the virtue of their humanity, ideas like slavery and child labor, and so on, became difficult to accept as a new form of cognitive dissonance spread to the culture when we're talking about concepts that creep on that can range from very specific kind of narrow, simple things like in our case, some of our studies were on the concept of what color is the color blue to what you described, which is a much more complicated enrich and almost philosophical concept like something like dignity. So that's concept creep, but there's another feature of human cognition that complicates things. And that's our tendency to make evaluations of degree or kind not on an objective standard. But by using comparisons, yes, this is probably one of the most fundamental and. The oldest findings in psychological research on which is basically that when you are brain is looking at something when you're looking at something and evaluating it and anyway, trying to decide how big or small it is how much you like it or not anything you're not like a computer that has a reliable objective rating of it every single time I'm your ratings will change over time based on things about you and also change based on your surroundings. So one example is about how heavy things feel. There's some classic research in which I'm for example, if you hold something very, very heavy and then you hold something white. The lighter thing will seem way later than it would if you hadn't held the heavy thing. I. So that's an example of how you're judging how heavy something is in part compared to the happiness of the things you have before. Not like scale would which where we're just give you the same pounds, or I'm kilos every time. We can also see examples of this and optical illusions like the tilt allusion in which perfectly straight lines appeared normal..
"To another episode of the veterans leadership blog podcasts before we get into the intro and get this episode started, I wanted to thank you the listeners for tuning in and reaching out. Our last episode was on July twenty. Seventh, where gamer Dylan. Harvey talked about his journey to twitch partnership since that episode pass guests and you. Our listeners have been demanding new content. Thank you for the push and for reaching out my content focused for the last sixty days has been on growing a gaming channel. That is the b- DMG gaming on Facebook and getting approved to monetize on that platform. We have learned so much on that journey. And while I am passionate about what we do here on the show, remember my team and I are building a new media company and remember, we don't just seize the opportunity. We leverage each moment. This episode will. Be all about adding deeper value and how you must become more to give more. Hi France. Thanks again for your reviews likes and shares. We are building traction across all platforms. Keep it going continue to share your favorite episode of the close friend or veteran leader in your world. Feel free to reach out to us and let us know who would be great guess for our show this show is all about the community. So thank you for being an awesome part of my commute. Let's get started. Veteran leaders, where are you adding deeper value to the communities you belong to? Now this could be at home in your neighborhood at your son or daughter school, maybe you signed up to be an assistant coach at one of your children's activities. Now, think about it. All that you are and all that you already know is beneficial to someone else. Are you reaching out and connecting? Are you sharing an hour a week of your life with those who would directly benefit from your wisdom? I want to challenge you to look around and add deeper value, whether as a mentor, a coach and advocate or simply as a friend, that's what's been working for me in my life. And as you look at where you can add strategic deeper Val. Value I guarantee things will forever change for the better. I recently had the opportunity to hike the smell Kwami lake trail to otter falls with a group of Vietnam era. Veterans, the youngest in their band of brothers had to be in his early sixties, what they shared as we height added deeper value to my life and my journey to serving beyond the uniform. This group meets once a month and hike some of the toughest trails together. So as veterans, they can tell their stories in a unique way that bills bonds and reminds them that life is still valuable before we take a break for a brief commercial. My question is, are you committed to adding deeper value? And if not, can you commit to that. One of the reasons we do the podcast is to share information life lessons and motivate veterans, and those that love and support them in a way that adds deeper value. One of the communities that adds deeper value to my life and the life of over four hundred thousand veterans is the Facebook group veteran to veteran led by miss Yvonne, Maria books and thirteen other amazing admins. This group's purpose is to pass on vital information that is relative to other veterans. Their mission is simple. They stay on their site. Our job is to help give you the information you need. So you can be taken care of when you come home. The military trains us to go to war. One trains us to come home. Thank you to miss the Vaughan Brooks for her twenty years of service and for being an accredited veteran Representative head over to Facebook and do a search for this incredible community of veterans adding deeper value to veterans. Finding deeper value, do you hate what you do? 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"kwami" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"You hear this out of Minnesota Saint Paul throwing the route last, Wednesday and they drove across. Overpass saw guy about the jump their names are Jason Gable and Kwami Anderson and where they saw the guy they. Already climbed over this big fence all this guy had to, do was let go and fall but Jason shot the truck Kwami ran over just started talking to the guy and kept talking to. Him for almost an hour Check this says you remembered some hostage negotiation tactics he saw the Denzel Washington movie inside man that's awesome And that's how he was able. To establish a report with the guy and kept him, from jumping the guy is still. Wouldn't come down and so finally Kwami says. A man Do. You wanna have, a beer with me I said yeah So Kwami ran back to the beer truck grabbed, a twelve pack. Of course light and that's when the guy finally climbed back. Over the, fence A man wow Denzel Washington movie and the banquet beer would have saved somebody's. Life Wait a, second the, banquet beers cores course lights still the banquet beer I mean I'm. Not saying I'm just asking. The question dedicated. To accuracy on the show I'll look that up here Or is that the. Bank would have light beers Let me see Born on. The Rockies here All right. Whatever your mountain climb on we've got seven staffers right. Now that are on it hopefully we'll have it is on the line now celebrating the. Best and brightest duping fan we bring you the worst and the Davis Mula.
"kwami" Discussed on WTVN
"Memo about this Interesting story out of Minneapolis listen to this Jason and, Kwami their drivers for cores light Coors beer driving their truck and Saint Paul Wednesday morning they see. A man standing, on the other side of, chain link fence on. The Earl street bridge it says here I never been to. Minneapolis, but there it is it's far enough down that you. Could commit suicide from it well the man told them he. Was, planning on committing suicide they immediately pulled their truck over and started talking to them. Now the weird part about this is the men weren't. Supposed to be on that route they weren't supposed to be on, the bridge that day the one driver talks about how he accidentally made a wrong turn which actually put them in. This route on this route to actually. Speak to, the guy who's talking about jumping off the. Bridge is going to commit suicide? Driver says I, ask, him if he wanted any. Food how can I get. You down the, guy, says no, I don't want any? Food it's it's nothing to eat the. Guy said no, he said do you need money. I have my wallet in the car the guy said no No I don't I don't need any money. He said I'm not a beggar? And then he, says, how about you come down. You want to have a. Drink with me, the, driver of, the cores truck said? You want to have a drink with. Me the guy, says Yeah maybe. So the, guy comes literally down, starts having a drink, the these two guys that? Drive the cores truck the Coors beer truck ended up saving this guy and yet, another thing proving that beer brings people together. And solve problems I.
"kwami" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"One hundred or above eighty degrees Coming up you Dallas Cowboys report with, Brad. Sham they lost another preseason game but we're talking practice to beer delivery guy's in Saint Paul Minnesota we're out on their, route last Wednesday when they. Drove across an overpass and saw a guy about to. Jump their names Jason Gable and Kwami Anderson they saw. The guy he'd. Already climbed over big fence so you had to do was let go and fall but Jason stopped the truck Kwami ran over and started. Talking to the, guy kept talking to him for about an hour even after the cops got there now, you says remembered some Hosh hostage negotiator, tactics when he saw Denzel Washington in the movie inside man Now that's how he. Was able to, establish a report with the guy and keep them from jumping guy still wouldn't come down Then classroom if. You wanted to have a beer with them when the guy said yes Kwami ram truck grabbed a twelve pack of course light and that's when he finally got the guy to climb back over the fence in a radio station in Saint Paul talk to Kwami. And Jason later that? Day. And good. Job for. Them because they rewarded him with free tickets to something like ten, different concerts how cool is that great it's great all right according to TD. TD, Ameritrade they did a stir study and says you can predict how much someone's gonna make by their favorite type of music Get this if you're a fan of classical music Make an average. Of one. Hundred and fourteen thousand dollars a year.
"kwami" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Thirty minutes past the hour talkradio six eighty, dummies at wcbm.com Welcome to the chamber e Sean Franklin. The morning in for Sean so how do you get a barrel of a car and northern California sheriff's deputy has shown as. You do it very carefully I deputy fire several beanbag rounds into cars. Back window to free trapped bear of gone. Into the car seeking food a spokesman for the Eldorado county sheriff's department says officers were called after the vaccine rummage through the. Civic in south Lake Tahoe. The deputy says he is he considered breaking out the back window but reconsidered when he realised he'd. Be close to the bear instead he fired. Bean bags at the window once it broke the bear hopped out in high tale. Of back to the woods the sheriff's. Office has posted on Facebook remind people. That there's can, open doors so I'm frankly your dogs may. Be able, to as well I, mean we've all know happen but there you have it the way you're going to. Bear out of your? Car should this ever occur You just. Use your beanbag, gun beanbag guns by the way I don't. Think are, available for purchase in, the state so I guess you simply have to leave the bury your car if. You're in Maryland Franken And that's the bare facts o- as we, have Oh all right We're talking about barrel, exchange one letter a beer beer, beer turns out can save a life to Minnesota beer deliver men were able to urge a suicide come off a bridge, by all framework Coors light for for many beer lovers offering the of Gore's light would send them to the bridge in the first place is they rather. Have a beer thank. You very much so the Wednesday in Saint Paul drivers saw. Clingy to bridge they asked if. He was okay he. Wasn't the drivers Kwami Anderson said he told, the Saint Paul pioneer press borrowed negotiation techniques that Denzel Washington used in the. Movie inside bam trying to build rapport with. The distraught person Anderson said he'd offered to talk with the man about his troubles over a. Beer and police say the man slowly instance. Way the safety. So it's, amazing you see, Ben Franklin said beers proof that God loves us and wants us. To, be happy You're, getting back to, this Veterans Day parade we are not going to happen this year Mainly because the cost of ninety two million dollars is pretty prohibited. Three times more than three times the price that was first, suggested by the White House but, my question is and the president has done this before basically tapping into the private sector the billionaires in this country who. Leaned toward the, president and his initiatives tapping into been to maybe. Help finance it privately in other words it would. Be, mostly a privately financed for e I wonder if. That is a good alternative here see I. Tend to be opposed to the whole idea I think it's perfectly fine, to have military units in parades around the country as they happen on the fourth of July or on Veterans Day or. I mean that, kind of stuff that makes sense to me but. Saying that we're going to be giving a massive. Military, parade to show how military we are in Australia I just think it's unnecessary I think it is a waste of money and again. Is a guy whose son is in the. Military right now I'm quite sure the troop would much rather simply see that, that money however much it is spent on making sure they, have the latest tech to support themselves that they. Have the vests body armor that the. Vehicles you're driving in aren't aren't susceptible to that they have, the money spent in that fashion instead it's not as flashy and you don't have corporate sponsorship of the army but as far as affective -ness, of use of spending money I think most folks would rather go. That way now this may be a minority opinion it could be that a lot of people listening right now A. Great idea you clearly do Frank just. I think it's I think frankly throwing money down a hole And I would. Rather the, money be spent in some other fashion let's why hasn't said maybe money from. The private sector. You know I'm a. Little bit ambivalent about, the whole, thing, to be honest with you Right now But the veterans on Veterans Day are honored in local, communities anyway with, different, parades, celebrations dedications and things of. That nature it's not like it's going on noticed. And ignored we already are paying tribute and to those that served than those who serve and gave a gave the supreme sacrifice in doing so Yeah Email in from. Gen Interesting Email he says go, to good. Early morning believe enough first couple of stories of day have a theme. Cover up a clearly the Catholic church leaders wanted to hide the fact, that, pedophile sexual deviance priests they couldn't defrocked, them or communicate them or it. Would expose the truth now we know the church covered up the truth for a long time and it makes us doubt their veracity better to have dealt with each case harshly at the time of the occurrence rather than to cover it up for a few as. Her into Turkish forever the institution Next, if a society wants women to. Go topless on beaches then they will it sounds like ethical, relativism to me is either right. Or wrong for me to cover their breasts argument that. Men go topless at the beach so women should too bad analogy there is. An equal right, to bear nipples men and women both have rear ends but they don't walk around and thongs. Merlin real they do it'd be indecent exposure to expose one's bomb anywhere. Else, other than at the beach and in a thong so why not I women go topless just. At. The, beaches men, do well just equal rights, women going. Topless in public is a form of indecent exposure and it's not appropriate. In public women should have some sense of modesty and cover up there, isn't, a right to let your Tatas hang, out unless one is breastfeeding apparently. She says for some of the blame so much of society's problems on the sexual revolution and bra burning you don't mind if women let it all hang out at the beach next it's the club or just filled in the blank is just a slippery slope to. Bare breasts Anywhere the culture will allow not. Much of a philosophy one likes consistency well I think your misreading what I believe, him I frankly see no real difference, between men's. Nipples and women's Nichols I'm a grownup I've seen a women's breasts before and it's fine it's part of the anatomy. Of a female? Human being I don't make an ethical judgment, on whether or not their chests. Are ethical and ours men's chests are not ethical or anything, like that to me is simply. Part of natty and different cultures do make determination differently. As to how they view covering up or not covering up one can't necessarily. Argue that in, cultures where women go topless on the beach there in of themselves less or more ethical than. We are it's a cultural difference that's all so what you're what they're. Saying, and if my question we'll take this up on the Jewish traffic on the first Chuck Whitaker Keep us abreast till we get there Invest The outer, loop west, side There is a report of. An incident near the rampant ninety five just waiting for Baltimore County to get there to ninety five south looks a little better now at 175 going down eventually into fort Meade and down through. The Prince George's county line nothing major at the tunnels or the key bridge construction and emergency construction from yesterday in the area at Hartford, road at long green. 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"kwami" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Of the audio when you listen to the parts? You heard how many times did you hear Mr. Trump your former boss how many times did you hear use the. N. word multiple times and It was three minutes And was upsetting About someone that was on the cast with me, about Kwami Jackson who was the African American contestant male contestants about the first season of. The apprentice morose and by the way Kwami Jackson's response to it is I I want nothing. To do with Omarosa or anything she has to offer Stay? Far away from. Her, as possible so that out there now is there tape I don't know And it's funny because it look before the election there was rumor that that was going to, drop that there? Was the tape And then it kind of died down. Tom Arnold's been screaming about, it for a while pendulum came out and said look you know what I was on the show it was, a good experience but there was about fifteen. Minutes every two hours were, the cameras weren't on and it was uncomfortable at. Time and there, was some stuff that was used it. Made me feel uncomfortable and that's kinda where he left, that little vague. But you know I don't know if there is risen if there is going to be something that comes. Out we'll find out but for the last they. Already know that he is the person that they think he is doesn't matter Even if I'm Rodas lying in their minds. It's all real on the, right for a lot of people especially people who. Are who are, supporters of Trump this doesn't change anything. Wow we've all used they're trying to figure out a, way to spend. It said well we've all done it or this that and the other and and you know. For me It's awful if there is something but I haven't. Seen, or heard anything, and that's Proof right isn't that what life is about? It's, about the proof of it not just your opinion of. How you feel about. Well I know they've done it. At some point in time I know they're guilty I know you don't, know anything You don't know anything. Well he says these things it's dog whistles assist. At the other look there's. A lot of things about Trump that I do not like and I said this over and over again I will continue. To do, so, when. He, does something good I will, pointed. Out when he does something bad? I will point it out I, did vote for Trump voted for casick my guy? Lost, for the people on the left there guy lost or. Gal excuse me God. Sorry sorry progressive God didn't wanna Upset anybody It is what it is. Right But, I sit back here. And say one thing's for sure. This is the pilot we. Have you may not like. Him this is what we've got Right I'm not always thrilled with the things he. Does I can be honest about. That other people. Won't they'll continue to do all they possibly can to prop. Up I had somebody text me yesterday and, said what are you? Doing you're not doing what you need to do as a talk show host to support the president I'm like that's not my job Yes it, is no it's not I, don't work. For, the president I'm here to give you my opinions on things based on the, data I've seen in the facts the facts are there is no tape and for some of you out there according to our Twitter poll would make a, difference if there was a day Our question day simple do you believe that Trump used the n. word does it, change your view of him thirty seven percents I guess I do twenty nine percent say no I do not thirty three percents that maybe didn't so what Take the poll at Chadbensonshow you can text us. As well But I'm a fax person I want the data and I wanna facts and. I want to look at things Everybody else They don't care because they can make up their mind and they come to a situation with their opinion already formulated so anything you present them where, they're, gonna PU Three two three five three eight twenty. Four twenty three at Chad Benson show Twitter yesterday Maryland football The Terrapins did something Very few Companies right institutions would ever do even before all the facts have. Come out, you see they had a football player by the name of. Jordan McNair Jordan mcnair On may twenty ninth arrived at four fifteen pm to start workouts with. The team he worked out for fifteen to twenty minutes of dynamic. Worked out then he did a conditioning test of ten hundred ten yards spreads. After conditioning the training staff notice McNair was having some difficulty recovering upon completion of. The test They took him inside the football team house..
"kwami" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I mean, they didn't do bad, but they weren't like superstars on on the door. But then was it just me or I mean, I think it might have just been the Dylan literally frazzle, but until you got a haircut this week, which I don't know why that would happen the middle of the leg. But just both of he just looked so frazzle when they were lost and they got a lot of goofy music. But I will say I found it funny not sat and I want them to do well, but I always get the sense they're going to rebound so it's not a big concern. But yes. Seem to vary confuse this week. Yeah. And I think again, there's a lot of this happening like every time we see Dylan Kwami there either rocking task or they're being total goofballs and we got a lot of goofball Donen Kwami this week. I mean, the highlight comes later within the detour, but I will say that is more just a kind of a symptom of the whole leg. I think these guys that really got hammered by the flights back hammered sounds weird, but they really, that's not what I mean. They really were dramatically impacted by the flights because it just exacerbated kind of how they are ready are acting, but I got the impression that they were inches from falling asleep this week, but we've been tracking this the whole season and they just keep getting goofy or so I'm excited by where we're heading with this team, the often goofy tangents and then not finishing too badly, but I think there was a team that seeks to have gotten a lot more moss than Dylan Kwami. Did we need to talk about leeann mar weight at this task? Yeah, this was a rough leg and speaking of teams that I think also had a tough time possibly with the jet lag. They were just off this week and I think that they were do. They mentioned things were pretty easy for a while. And now we've lost a few kind of the teams that were in the back, not Anna, but the others, and they just couldn't. They've found ways in the past. They've had times in the past where they've haven't been. I. They've been after four or whatever. And they, I mean during the legs and then they move up at the end. But there was just no margin for error, and I felt like they just could not find their way this week. Seemed like it was just that one thing if we had to point to the bad decision that screwed up Lianne mar this leg, it had to be getting lost on the straps, right. Because then from there on they arrived at the roadblock last, they were behind the whole way and barely just caught up at the detour where it would they were probably I mean, you saw by when the even there they arrived at the roadblock. I mean, they were teams there but they were far behind. I mean, we who knows how on that was, and I mean to give them credit, they hung in there. But since we're talking about them, so you know, we had a lot of this week which I thought was was moving about what they want to do with the money and how they wanna give a lot of it to stab wish anti-bullying programs. And I mean, I think it's great what they wanna do. Do, and I totally it's very genuine, and you can tell how much it means to them even more than the money. So. But beyond that, I feel like that kind of story either sets up a team getting eliminated or a team winning. And I had a feeling this wasn't an elimination leg, especially by the time they were near the end. But to be, I look at this kind of moment that team and I'm like, oh man. This. I mean, I don't want. We're only on episode five, but the show is ready putting in place, things like that. Even at the beginning now they're setting foundation for them winning the season and IB happy if they won the season. But I was surprised how much we learned about that. I think a lot of it was was the show was kind of raising the stakes for their survival in a way either that or they're just setting up dominoes to knock them down when they get eliminated the end of the next, it's possible..
Laser pointer burns hole in boy's retina
"By snow kwami casino bringing bright lights and big stars to mountain view plaza this summer trace adkins and wilson of heart and air supply watch star under the stars at seattle's closest snoqualmie casino well we had a feeling that this first day of summer would be cloudy and cooler and that's the forecast mostly cloudy and around seventy five degrees today tomorrow cloudy and sixty eight and tomorrow night there's a chance of a few scattered showers we rebound for the weekend though partly sunny and seventy five on saturday mostly sunny and a high near eighty on sunday komo news time six twenty six the department of revenue is holding a safe deposit box auction today in kenmore you could have chance to buy a baseball that's believed to be the one hit by ken griffey junior for his first kingdom grand slam the department of revenue says they can't verify if it's authentic but they say it's believed to be the same ball griffey junior hit thirty years ago and again with the department of revenue says the ball comes with an article about the previous owner owner who tried to sell it for fifty thousand dollars with no luck so we have this ball that is allegedly the first grand slam that he had while in the kingdom and it is autographed by him and nineteen ninetyone and it's accompanied by the article of the previous owner who was trying to auction it off in two thousand and eight before he made it into the hall of fame today's the last day of the auction bidding starts at nine this morning at the james g murphy company and kenmore he bit in person or online but we're always hearing about the dangers of laser pointers now we're hearing the nine year old boy from greece burned a hole through part of his eyeball with one of those laser pointers doctors say his case has been documented in the new england journal of medicine today the boy damaged the region that helps recognize detail in faces and text while his other is fine doctors say there's nothing that could do for the injured i because the nerves were destroyed.
"kwami" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of the cold war but everyone felt the urgency of africans talking to themselves and facing the world in in some form or other it was going to be a tough job to work out a final charter which every african state could accept the main difference of opinion was whether there should be a gradual approach to african unity or whether there should be full political unity straight away what kind of a unity is going to be as inclusive demanded states of africa american or what are down version of that and so inside the newly built africa hole in addis ababa kwami in creamer gone is president passionately tried to convince the others of his dream of immediate african union we all want africa united not only in our concept of what unity connotes but you get in our common desire to move forward together in dealing with all the problems that can best be solved only on the continental we must therefore not leave this place on till we have set up an effective missionary for stephen african unity nary was another giant of the struggle against colonialism and he became the voice of a more pragmatic gradual approach that is not going to be a god who will bring about african unity by merely willing unity and saying let there be unity.
"kwami" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Fifty seven was an important year for west africa that's when ghana or as it had been known then the gold coast left the colonial clutches of great britain and became independent with a new leader kwami chroma martin luther king junior saw that transfer of power firsthand traveled to ghana in march nineteen fifty seven where he attended the independent ceremonies and met in croom here he is recounting the moment the british flag was taken down and replaced with ghana's new flag faden about so minutes before nor newer thought reasoning leasing crime joy i knew about all the struggles and all the pain and all of that and these people are gone for this after coming back to the us king spoke about his trip to ghana during one of his best known sermons titled birth of a new nation and the nation he was referring to it's actually two nations one is an aspirational united states where there is justice for all regardless of color or creed and the other is literally a new nation ghana in west africa these themes that king went on to incorporate into his larger civil rights message over the years i think the fact that he went to not only in croom is in naga ration but a keys ways in nigeria nineteen sixty that he has been deeply inspired by the independence movements and in africa and that the fact that he went twice to africa before the great march on washington is an important fact that is not also remember this is jocelyn janine lucca she's with the african studies department at the university of pennsylvania.
"kwami" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Problem first of all let's don't get caught up in the numbers game because republicans don't vote in record numbers primaries their numbers are always low and primers but here's the thing about this if the conservatives have abandoned rounder and they did in the primary it may be that they just won't vote in november i'm not going to vote for that guy they may be so angry he what's he gonna do you can't take back his signature on the bills that got him in trouble in the first place those bills are law so they may just decide they're not gonna vote that's good news for the democrats but the democrats still have to get a turnout we had heavy early voting but we still had fewer votes than we need and we need to get more people to the polls but i think things look good for democrats in november now you have kwami raoul who's the nominee for attorney general he's up against a tough opponent make no mistake about it i think i think erika harold we'll be a tough opponent but she got a number of strikes against her including her statements when she was missile annoy an was being questioned and beauty pageants about what she would do with you if she had a child which she placed that child in the home of abusers are with the same sex married couple and she chose the child abusers now she says she doesn't remember making it.
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"The news is steve bertrand sunny it is thirty three degrees now at o'hare the emmanuel administration is announced two finalists in the bidding to build a highspeed transport system from o'hare to downtown one of them the boring company is run by elon musk the goal is to get to and from o'hare in twenty minutes the mayor said last year that he has a three year waiting period on this show they hope to get moving fairly soon on this post election day while the losers are trying to figure out what went wrong the winters are focusing on what's next like the general election in november jay pritzker the democrat for governor says he can unite the party even after a divided primary win governor rounders looking to the general election after a narrow win over conservative genie is is focused on social issues in her challenge i don't focus on social issues they divide us at a time when we need to unite to fix our economic problems the governor tells wgn's tv morning news that he's focused on jobs and the economy thank you so much state senator kwami raoul thanking supporters in the city after winning the democratic nomination for illinois attorney general he says he looks forward to a good debate over the course of the next several months with erika harold i look forward to discussing the issues that impact the state of illinois from the standpoint of how on attorney general could make it better stay erica herald is a former missile annoy and miss american won the republican nomination yesterday house speaker ryan said congressional negotiators are in a good place as they try to finish a big one point three trillion dollar spending bill before the end of the week deadline he told reporters they expect to post something very soon another week another nor'easter three of the four i should say nor'easters in three weeks hitting the eastern shore today the storm runs from washington dc up to new york city new york already has the national guard on standby palooza lineup is out the twenty eighteen lollapalooza line of figures headliners like bruno mars the weekend and arctic monkeys sales were sluggish when four day sales opened yesterday some blaming the price others critical of last year's lineup well now they know this year's lineup we'll check your money sports traffic and weather next on wgn easter is coming up and i just can't wait to have the whole family in one place and of course what's.
"kwami" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Skirt and rounder for governor kwami raoul wins the democrats ag primary that's that's big news gary mccarthy about to announce his run for mayor any minute now all of that in the news and politics pat brady brady and carry lester later that was up late working on channel nine talking about the primary and we'll get his heartache on what's happening attack it with our friend at least glinka sponsored by grandview homes what's the story of the market real estate was well it's interesting the the big news i think this morning for real estate is that mortgage interest rates have now risen enough that we're seeing people to stop refinancing altogether so for i don't know how many weeks in a row we've seen the number of refinancings nationwide kind of compressed compressed compressed and it's pretty low right now comparatively and i'm the same by the same token we're not seeing very many people on a relative basis by not as much because of rising interest rates but because of lack of housing inventory here in chicago but everywhere else so we have enough homes we do we have enough homes we actually have enough we have still have the i hate to say this for us but we have the largest number of homes that are underwater meaning that they're the mortgage is actually worth more than the than the home itself the mortgage is high higher than the more the man of the home and if it's there about equal which we call functionally underwater because if you tried to sell your house right now the closing costs would make you bring a check to the closing so we have more of those houses in chicago than anywhere else in the country it's kind of a badge of not honor.