17 Burst results for "Lipford"
"lipford" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"My christmas family tree premier saturday november thirteenth starring. Amy tea-garden andrew walker and james tupper. Now amy tea-garden was in. What i feel is was the worst movie of twenty twenty one. I don't remember the name of it but they did a like an ice cold swim resolution. I hated that movie with all my being. I think she's most recognisable from her role on friday night lights. I enjoyed that. We cool white a bit. I like her. i think she's adorable. So i knew you were going to have some thoughts but i have some thoughts on the synopsis. So why don't you read it. Okay when vanessa receives the results from her family tree dna test you know i am laughing. She discovers a family. She didn't know existed and travels to their home for christmas. So without saying who let me. Just say that. I know someone who did a similar. Dna test and discovered many many many siblings. And so i always find these stories amusing. However this storyline was similar. Done last year and led lights hanukkah. Yes yes exactly. The the actor the woman discovers she has this family. I remember having a number of complaints about that movie. Can't remember a single one of them. But you could get we did recap that episode on girls gone homework so i hope that they don't just reinvent the wheel on this one. Yeah this is like the non hannukah movie. They transferred the story. Yeah whatever stars. Andrew walker who i think is quite handsome yes. I can't remember what he was in this year though the twenty seven hour day. Oh i love that movie. Who am i. i love that movie. I really liked that movie a lot. I like andrew walker so not excited about mit gardens. Sorry but i definitely probably will watch this movie next up sunday. November nineteenth a holiday in harlem no november fourteenth. Yeah that's all Stars olivia washington will atoms and tina. Lipford i don't know who any of these people are No olivia washington. Soon as you see her. I believe you'll recognize her. But this is a new cast to me on my gosh. She is the daughter of denzel washington. No i didn't yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. I didn't know that either. She's on the road with her dad. Very beautiful girl. I don't think i've ever seen her in anything. I'm excited for it. Well i do believe that will adams might be a very big newcomer because here we go. He has two credits on. Imdb he's in mukasey. And he is in the oval. But i believe in the oval he was crew cast so this may be his first acting role. He's very handsome. Maybe not so funny. Side note Holiday harlem was filmed in hartford connecticut. Oh that's interesting. The there were some photos. Harlem is a pretty distinct has a pretty distinctive look. I don't think hartford looks like harlem. But they do some real tight shots. It'll be interesting to see what they do. There's another movie. That has a disappointing filming location. We'll get to that in a minute. But the synopsis is after her grandmother. Mama bell turns away her usual gift. Delivery expecting presence over presents jet-setting executive jasmine heads uptown to harlem for quick visit. However when mama bell is injured jasmine agrees to stay in the neighborhood and takeover co-chairing their blocks annual christmas jamboree with her old best friend. Caleb a successful corporate fixer..
"lipford" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen
"With future success. Have you noticed that when people collaborate in the workplace they often pair up with others who are just like them that old expression birds of a feather flock together fully describes the preference that many of us have to seek out people with whom we share common experiences and training but also ethnic and cultural backgrounds our guest this week. Janine let furred thinks that the workplace benefits most when we seek out people that are least like us and to that end. Janine states the case for intercultural creativity the benefits of intercultural creativity in the workplace are limitless of course when we work with people outside of our cultural comfort zones our perspectives shift and beautiful ways. We become open to new wasabi thinking and our projects benefit from never before considered insight but perhaps the biggest benefit of intercultural creativity is that people in the workplace enjoy better team experiences and they're hiring managers benefit as they retain their talent and the company longer in the future of work. We focused greatly on where we work and win. But add intercultural creativity into the strategy array and the future of work truly impacts. How we work. I spoke with janine lettered in september. Twenty twenty one over zoom janine lipford. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me excited to be here and excited to have you here as well my friend. Let's get started. You have developed. Thought leadership in an area called intercultural creativity. How would you define that. And why is it important for people to embrace. Well if you know when an idea has met its time. I think it's that time. Creativity number one is still debatable among many fields. A lot of people you know they hear the word that we don't even know what it means by the world. Economic forum said creativity is now the number one skill needed in the workforce and so the fact that we don't even know what this word really means to education to the workforce of work to their a lot of people think that it's only like artistry so they're walking around saying they're not created because you're not the can't sing like many houston. They can't dance like justin timberlake. And so your subconscious mine is taken that in. And so if you're saying you're not creative..
"lipford" Discussed on The OjiFanboys
"Turtle for me. I probably leonardus my favorite turtle. Yo i'm being rafael. I get you you. You must be fighting off of his name on ice lover our no. He's annoying bro. Weilded feelings all the time he's done he'll every single time leo. Fuck all mahjong. Neal's a problem and i remember like in the comics. So is the time where like neil. They're all diet until veal to advance and put him on. Insistance share well now. The comics mike is last week. Everybody has died. There's not a lot remind. Does mikey was fake. Ruin like he. He really had hands when he got serious. A fair of version of the series. But they do like so many series lot live at like. What is your favorite virgin. I for one of the When they get wheeled out not tnc teenage mutant ninja turtles. The old three joint. Yeah they might have been john four. Kids where leo had like the electric Dachau's all he was on that on that like the magic ship the source and shit i when they have equipment right like match ho series Adoration that was top tier. Talk to your cartoonish Really good type boat. My favorite cartoon at that time was definitely challenge showdown okay only showdown thrill creek. I was so excited about challenge. Showdown coming back. And i just never watched it a How on chronic is it's on disney plus not to how i felt when didn't plus came back it was so lipford analysis like i never watched it. I found this on a hero. Saying don't watch it on your own time But it was a sonic the hedgehog podcasts. Definitely not so august. They'd be the greatest cartoon on sunday. Problem lies on what is the greatest time. Probably coke rally like before numbers for numbers. Animate room i it. It came from japan. I guess for me probably avatar. After i'm tired i hate i would say. Hugo was the greatest character in terms of character development character on any he was related. To every si- bro. That's good now as well. So good bro. Yeah he was released. Every site has dealer deal with bother his sister out to do an avatar part. Michael login at down. i've been thinking about. We're supposed to do that. We always supposed to come on that one day when i was going to have your avatar where i haven't done it yet. Nobody so the people. I definitely do i. You know i'll tell you later. 'cause i don't know if they'll come version but this people i do have a mind in regards to like the type i know. They're really big on my show core we like were were again wasn't as good as avatar so it's hard. It's hard to be good the richmond art but who it's better tomorrow i'll give it it definitely. A single monitor coral was alive. The love triangle thing was kind of annoying but like it may gave me romance and being honest with you gave us something reality. I'm over this a little bit. Unlike how they tried to age it up with the with the audience. But i i wish i sometimes watch which angry meet more of a move within core. They did a little too much core. Like.
"lipford" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show
"You can learn more about all the lives. We own our on our show. By visiting our human beings facebook page at gag human beings where we own our own lives lost to gun violence. Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. I'm sean stefanik with gays against guns here on radio gag the gays against guns joe and i am joined by my dear childhood for corey. Curtis lipford who was a teacher in tulsa oklahoma. Where i'm from and since we're in september it's time to go back to school so i've got a few questions for my dear friend concerning the gun. Violence situation that we are still having to deal with even amidst this chaotic copay. Pandemic so corey. Thank you so much for joining us today. How are you. i'm good. Thank you so good to be talking to you today as a teacher. Do you feel safe in the environment that your profession has for you locally. Yes like as where. I am in where i teach. I feel safe but as a whole is a community of teachers. I don't feel that we are safe. That's interesting could you a go a little bit further into that. So the school that i teach at. We've never had like an intruder on campus. Since i've been here we've never had major gun violence my school As far as i know the last school shooting in tulsa was back in the nineties. So it's it's been a long time since we've had something like that happened in tulsa. So i feel really really safe here in tulsa but if i taught in a bigger city like maybe houston or new york. Even i might not feel as safe just because they do have higher crime rates than tulsa does. Now this is true. But i might actually bring up for conversation sake. That new york actually has better gun laws than tulsa does absolutely. I'd say you probably stand a better chance out here because especially with a certain you know governor out there who likes to let people walk around with guns without even having a single permit like you have to have a permit to drive and yet you don't have to have a permit for done. It's just it's just the most bizarre thing As a mother what. How do you feel about the safety in the tulsa public school system for the children. Not just at your school but as the system as a whole for your children as well as your students. I feel that it also public schools. We are very safe. We are extremely safe. Actually we have excellent safety protocols in place. We have excellent security measures in place. My kids have never ever experienced like that kind of school trauma we are. We're really safe. And i'm really thankful for that. I'm you know when they first started implementing some of the security measures that we have like it was annoying because it created minor inconveniences in my day but now that they're in place. I'm thankful for them. Because i know that it would be virtually impossible for a shooter to actually get into our buildings and that's across the board. it's not even just tulsa public it's union and a wassot and broken arrow All of our districts in this area have implemented some pretty stringent Processes and procedures around gun safety because of are extremely lax gun laws in the state. I am enjoying what i'm hearing. It sounds like as opposed to the you know the government side of oklahoma that the educational side really do take this seriously. Thank goodness he. That's what i was hoping for. Because you know i can. I can recall a time back when you and i were in the tulsa public school system and they didn't seem to take much seriously maiden in times have changed. Superintendents have changed. And i think the the change in superintendents was a lot of that catalyst. That helps started bringing the change about. But i also think that when they took away the concealed carry laws and made it or not the concealed carry law. But the one we'd have to have a permit to be concealed sherry when they took that away and you can just carry a gun. I think that it it kind of nudged all the school districts into realizing that. If we don't do something we could potentially have a very big problem on our hands. I'll say and again i mean. I'm actually really impressed by that. Because i have to admit that. I was when i wanted to talk to you. I was almost expecting for a lot of people to be falling in line with that governor who shall remain nameless out there and this is wonderful to hear they have not. I am particularly happy with the superintendent of gps because she has never once bowed down to the pressure of our governor never once she has stood up to this man even when it's cost her you know her image her reputation because the conservatives aren't happy with her because she kept us in distance learning longer than any other school district and she's done things that would be considered more liberal so to speak and that hasn't always been the popular choice but she has absolutely stood up to our governor in. I could not be more thankful. I couldn't be more thankful. I actually had another a quick question if you will are you. Are you and your students at your school doing lockdown drills like practicing tornado drills and things. Yes we just had one yesterday. And they're probably my least favorite daughter practice because before we can even practice the drill. I kind of have to explain. Why were practising the drill and that never fails to get my kids scared because when you start talking about the potential of someone being in our building with guns that's a scary scenario to face not only fern adult but for children as well. So just the act of doing the drill. It does scare them. And i always you know. Tell them. this is just for practice. This is never ever happened while. I've been a teacher here. We practice just like we practice anything else so in case it ever does happen. Were ready but this has never happened. And that seems to help alleviate the fear but you know it does put that out in their head and It always worries me that that travels with them and it kinda just keeps Just a apollo of anxiety over them. Because that's a thought in the back of their head that it could happen. Just you know and we need those jobs. I i honestly i can see where they're beneficial but i also do hate the idea of having to bring kids into the sperry dark reality and i'm so sure that in oklahoma specifically that's going to contradict that image of what's supposed to be you know like normal. What are valid reasons to own guns. But i personally i was raised the anti gun my my parents. Neither one of them owned a gun. You know one of them wanted anything to do with the gun. But i understand people needing a gun so all i really honestly wish for as a teacher in. Amman is more gun safety stronger. Background checks less access to guns. You know more mental health checks. I don't have the answer. I'm just a teacher but what we're doing now is definitely not working absolutely. It is amazing catching up with you. I am so grateful for everything. The wisdom the insights that you share this is a fabulous fabulous topic to talk about. And we're not done yet. We can only get better. I think we can only head in a better direction. That's what i think so. Thank you so much again. This has been fabulous. Welcome and i totally agree. You guys have a fantastic week in weekend..
"lipford" Discussed on This Is Important
"It is what it is. It's just it's just that i was out for for Clifford the big red dog last year. Like let's talk about scholastic like two years ago. They the ages call like hey. It looks like you're going to get an offer for clifford. The big red dog. And i was like i don't wanna do lipford the big red dog like but they're going to pay me a lot of money to do it and i'm like well maybe. And it's a two hundred million dollar movie that they're going to blitz everywhere and i'm like i don't know i really don't wanna do. It was like that seems cheesy. I i don't really wanna fuck with it. And then they didn't give it to me right and then i was a pretty salty. I remember talking to my agents. So they there's no offer them for quiver. i think. Maybe i come around. I would love to read it. I love to read it just to see for. I'd like it. That's the business baby. The doors closed. That is wild. How you're like. Don't know if creatively i really wanna do this and then as soon as you don't do it you're like this is the only thing i wanna do. This is it. I just want another only when clifford the dog. That's all i would like to do. I already got attack if you did that. Movie you got to buy a boat this rabbi's name of it as clifford. The big got anyways so you should just do that and then put scholastic on the side and like gold letters and shallow shit and it's called the book mobile to the attitude at six. That's what you tow it in you. Tow it with the bookmobile. Adam was the bookmobile college. When i was in college when i was nineteen years old at orange coast community college. We'll go out and remember that little job business center that they had or the career center the little career center where they're just had little flyers for random gig one was to be the scholastic book driver and so i would go to. This woman's house would stack up all the books in the back of my ford escalade. Hell listening explorer a woman's eight year old woman melissa. These elementary schools and it was. You're the fucking cain you walk in with all these books and people lose. Their minds was also books. The i got him. What's up and it wasn't even the kids. Because you're just going to the secretary just carrying these books in for the secretary eight dope both over here papa..
"lipford" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"He's he is. But i have to say so. He's he's walking along he did right later. Look ahead had hardly no sleep the night before. Back surgery defenses dan. I don't know who this guy is. But i let them in and we talk. This is cool so you're recommending people watch this because it's the there's and it's two hours. There's going to be a part two. I suspect on. i'd rather they. They download what you and i do but yeah they should know. Just jealous of these guys. tim is very well and this is the. This is the future media. I have to say Everybody you every company now knows you want attention you go to youtube. That's where that's where the young people i wanted to ask you. Yes sir about poor old boeing. because now we're over you were out there Hoping to see the star liner tests launched a couple of weeks ago and that was scrubbed and then it was scrubbed again and now they've hauled the star liner back to the hangar. Yes so yes. I actually waited for three separate launch attempts and saw none so nobody could see one now. They're they're delaying this indefinitely. So this is the the the mono propellants system is maneuvering thruster system that had to Engaged before they could launch. Because it's also the board system for this and Of the twenty four valves. That are required to do that. Thirteen of them didn't open so they checked and checked and thought. Oh maybe it's a software fault fingers crossed. Well it turns out it's not so they drag it back inside the building and it looks as if some moisture got in there and corroded the valve right at the point that it opens. Now that's understandable but at the same time you wanna say boeing you guys doing this for really long time. You built a lot of rockets. You know you worked on the saturn five worked on other things. What part of this is that challenging. But that's too simplistic and unfair. So nasr's hanging in there with them but you know in the time it takes them to get their first launch ready again. As the comparison we've made on the show before you see must doing multiple launches of his starship and walking around during this tour just hop back to that for a second. One thing he keeps saying with all due conviction is look. I can answer questions about what you're looking at here. Because there's rows of rockets and nose cones engines and again. It's this general motors type thing. But he says it's it's kinda of disingenuous because this'll probably change next week and even as he's standing there giving the interview he'll to as lipford second say you know you just made a good point. That's a good. Yeah i'm gonna change this guy behind the scribbles down notes. Yeah and they just do curious. Yeah but he did also mentioned by the way that designing and building. The rocket really hasn't been that hard. The hard part is doing it in such a way that it's like a model not so it'll work on line because his whole point is to build hundreds of hundred th-this i'd this is. I think an important thing. I think it. It doesn't do it does a disservice to boeing's they all look they can't get it right now. They're going back to the drawing board. I think we sometimes don't see how hard this is..
"lipford" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots
"Midnight patriots nation. Spartan with you tonight and welcome to another release of midnight bites your regular inoculation against tyranny lipford logic vaccine nazis mass kohl's dementia joe camel toe before we go into night. Patriots have special requests. So bear with me okay Would it be okay to take an opportunity and open your hearts and wallets and prove once again that americans are the most generous people in the world. Listen it's been made crystal clear. That in biden's america those that choose laziness and lies rewarded while those that choose honor. Honesty and hard work are left out in the cold. A wonderful loving patriotic family in the denver area needs your help now. My description of their situation would not even come close to doing it. Justice so their go fund me link down in the description section experienced their story. Please donate if their story touches your heart and let's make it happen for them. Let's mount up but then patriots nation. We're here tonight to talk about the fall of afghanistan. Now the blame for this when we wanna make completely clear as on the suits and not the boots are men and women in uniform have served honorably and have accomplished the vast majority of every single mission they were given but somehow the talking heads in so called pundits around the world and particularly here in the us appear to be shocked by the fall of afghanistan as the taliban has reclaimed majority of the country. And in just a few weeks are closing on the capital. Pretty much as we speak. I mean. I don't think we're witnessing a military defeat here. I think we're witnessing a religious submission. The taliban represents a muslim extremist theocracy and always has maybe we did learn a key lesson from other conflicts including world. War two is that you cannot destroy. An extremist religious ideology or radical ideology was a scalpel. You have to use a broad sword the decapitated and a war hammer to crush the rest. Yeah the nazis were radical ideologues. That could not be bargained with. We didn't talk or bribed into submission. We slaughtered their citizens carpet bombed their infrastructure and defeated their military until there weren't enough of them left to fight. They were forced to surrender your the narrative. I'm sure will soon be that yet. Another empire has invaded. Another empire has failed to conquer the land of afghanistan and the taliban patiently fought them off. With god's help and they'll consider it an and propagandize it as proof that the taliban are divinely ordained rule afghanistan. And it's people forever. i mean the. Us is the greatest military force on the planet or that the planet has ever seen. At least that's what we are constantly told the justify the massive amount of treasure we spend in defense every year yet. We are withdrawing from another foreign land with our tail tucked firmly between our legs as dementia. Joe literally begs and offers ransom to the taliban not to take the embassy so much for not negotiating with terrorists. You in reality. We never really went to war with afghanistan while war may be evil. The ability to make war is a necessary evil. I mean regardless of what lefties enacted date academia. Wants you to believe our enemies have no interest in sitting down over a glass of wine holding hands having a good cry to resolve our differences. War simply put is killing people in breaking things faster than your enemy can until they unconditionally surrender or there is none of the left to fight you. Millennia ago son. Su said no society ever benefited from a drawn out conflict. We're supposed to be the best at it and yet here we are maybe as a nation we need to get over the notion of a clean war where only troops and military assets are destroyed. I mean that does seem to be a myth. Can you tell me any war. That was ever one with a scalpel. I think i can name plenty of one with a broad sword or a war axe now. I realize these notions are particularly offensive. To many of my fellow countrymen and women but that is the truth. My grandmother passed away a few years ago and time has proven her not only to be one of the smartest people i've ever known in my life but also the wisest she taught me that war is only ever ever fought for three reasons. Money land empower. The rest is just window-dressing more modern moderately that window-dressing would be known as useful idiots or manufactured consent. Would it not now. obviously. I'm not some over educated. Dc think-tank contributor. That said there seems to be some unspoken facts that have gone unnoticed and under the radar. Or we're going to bring you those Those factory here tonight and you can decide for yourself whether the current state of the world and the current state of afghanistan is actually linked to. What's going on right here in the us. Now before you tell me to go put on my tinfoil hat as americans. We probably have pretty much figured out that everything that happens in this country is all about money always has been probably always will be. I mean early on the american stint in afghanistan. We were told that there were troops guarding opium. Poppy fields while that was true. There seems to be something else that they were guarding. Also or rather. Perhaps keeping the chinese away from now as i said. There's a few very interesting things that may or may not have been related and that you may or may not be aware of i one. According to an objective analysis the one trillion dollar infrastructure monstrosity currently being kicked around the legislature is in reality the first few steps if not most of them for the green new delusion including massive funding for renewable energy sources like solar panels wind turbines electric vehicles etc. Second president biden recently signed new renewable energy policy directing that a minimum of one half of all cars sold in the united states to be electric by twenty thirty. The third depending upon what news New source you listened to the biden families probably do have business connections In china and possibly with the chinese communist party hard to say at the evidence may be sketchy. But it's at least worth worth a look 'cause usually whether smoked this fire. The fourth china is the only nation with the manufacturing capacity to supply the equipment for the green new delusion in the amounts that the united states would need to actually pull it off the fifth according to the institute for research dot com august fourth twenty twenty china dominates the rare earths mineral supply chain or she rigor element supply chain. Now you may be asking yourself. What the hell are. Rare elements over earth elements are defined as a group of seventeen metallic elements that are embedded in most high-tech products including wind solar and electric vehicle technology. So again wind turbines solar panels an electric car batteries and finally. Would it surprise you to learn that. Afghanistan sits on between one trillion three trillion dollars worth of rare earth elements. Never before you say oh sure sport and you're just about and bigoted republican propaganda from fox. News this is from nbc news. Science division september fifth two thousand fourteen a leftist publication while leftist messiah berry was in the oval office. Now we're going to have those links at the description section for you so you can read those articles in and come up with your own conclusion. But haven't we heard the old adage when there's.
"lipford" Discussed on The Midnight Patriots
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"lipford" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"A better world where every person is free to move and pursue their dreams. Some sad news a chicken wing shortage has forced restaurants across. Yeah this is really sad right here. That's forced restaurants around the us to increase their prices as suppliers are running low on chicken wings The shortage has been brewing for months For various reasons including an increase in demand for wings during the pandemic and the lack of production workers. So now the boss. Rick ross ricky rosa and wingstop want you to start loving thighs okay. Wise thing always like that i. I know it was the problem. I know why. Because all of these restaurants i main chicken something wings and wings in something some and wings never die never but never something something and chicken is always the damn wings. You go to the drive. There we ought to wayne's. Yeah yeah we we got him. We got him away. Well about turkey knicks. I love turkey nick. But there's not a big seller. 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Ripped on owens for her criticism of george floyd. She's the most articulate idiot. I've ever seen in my life said chapelle recently. On dave's new podcast. He made it clear. He doesn't feel the need to apologize but he needed to make one concession. He says by the way candace owens. I'm sorry i called you articulate. Showed him at all this baby. Yeah that's what he called a left hand know what she added that. I'm just curious After that down pale does respond pale. What do you say to the man with the mike. You know those. Say anything amunition y. You'll do another special on your ears on the run of it specialists you all right. J. take us to the headlines. Please already everybody time from his hand trip. Okay thank you very much everybody. This entered the news. Today is a day that the disgraced former policeman. Derek chauvin gets for the murder of george floyd minnesota law provides for a minimum sentence of twelve and a half years behind bars. Prosecutors warned thirty authorities. Also florida meeting. Searching for hundred. People remain unaccounted. For due to yesterday's partial collapse of a building outside miami became a superstar at the age of eleven as lead singer for the jackson. Five michael jackson born in gary indiana in nineteen fifty eight. Michael and his brothers quickly became the little darlings. The motown stable racking up a string of number one hits in one thousand nine seventy and seventy one. While still part of the family group had solo hits with rock and robin and got to be there and in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. He became the youngest performer. Ever to hit number one when a song about a pet rat been reached the top of the charts in one thousand nine hundred ninety six. He played the scarecrow in the movie. The wiz he left the jackson's three years later to record his first solo. Lp off the wall which was off the charts in sales but his ninety days. We throw album which he produced along with quincy. Jones remains the top selling album of all time. Worldwide and the series of videos that accompanied the thriller project may jackson the first black perform featured on mtv and the first music video superstar in nineteen eighty-seven michael released his bad album. And that cut as well as the way you make me feel and the man in the mirror. All went number one. Michael jackson one of the all time top contributors to the united negro college fund. He was also one of the writers and participants in the african benefit. Song we are world. Critics say michael jackson's greatest magic or badness was in his live performances and his ability to always remain current times though ahead of the curve unbridled energy manifested itself in. His choreography influenced. He said by the likes of james brown and fred astaire but still one of a kind in fact created the moonwalk dance craze michael jackson the first music video superstar and undisputed king of pop died at the age of fifty on the twenty fifth day of june june which just happens to be black music this is an trip and yes and i played that because today does mark the twelfth sad anniversary of the passing of the great michael jackson and this is also black music month. So the steve harvey morning show. We paid tribute to the legendary mike. Now back to the steve harvey morning show. You're listening to morning. Show okay fine. Fess up all the new summer stuff i got. It's on sale at kohl's and the deals are so good like arsenault goods for life patio furniture. It was thirty percent off got thirty percent backyard games to and even picked up grilling tools for twenty percent off best part i saved an extra twenty percent and got it in an hour with store pickup. So now we're all set for summer. 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"lipford" Discussed on Free Your Inner Guru
"You want them every week. You want them every month and you want them every year and says you start to look at your days or weeks or months your years and you start to understand what isn't harmony and what's not in you use these principles that were talking about then you are actually instead of working in these fabricated. Forty hour weeks with no really works in five days. Whatever it is. We're going to find a much more natural way to work. That is actually more efficient and more importantly more enjoyable for all of us and you know it doesn't mean there's going to be times when you might work eighty hours a week but you're not counting hours. I don't come hours in my how much i mean hours. I work i. I look at it. Make sure i space to breathe so when eminent time of intensity. I have a slow start monday. I have space morning on wednesdays. I breathe you know so. I don't schedule anything before. Eleven o'clock on wednesdays. And i have a sabbath day on saturdays taking that ought to think about anything. Strategic of business. Nothing no thinking about anything. Just turn off and restore and replenish. And when i follow that pattern. I have so much more energy i can actually create in do more of what matters and i don't then get passionate burnout and the other types of burnouts because i'm actually being nourished as a whole person but if i don't get on monday slow start or i don't i squeeze out my wednesdays or give out my sabbath day. I served get cranky and crunchy. And the unkindness comes out more. I can't be my best person. My best leader my partner my best friend. When i'm squeezed none of us can so this is part of creating space and And and being able to breathe in our lives again and in our worst y-yeah christine it has been a pleasure. And i wanna thank you for lipford for and i'll leave links to it and your website and social media in the show notes for anyone whose whose hands is tasked with anything more than just listening at this point and and and thanks for.
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"lipford" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"There's no such thing as preemptive self defense that's a joke it's a lie this all stems back to the idea of the imminent threat the Bethlehem doctrine which we've talked about which by the way that same imminent threat that blew up in their face because they lied about it and we all found out because they're liars the imminent threat wasn't at all. It was just a fake idea of things that might happen in the future. It's something that they wrote down in the Bethlehem doctrine. You don't get to say you're defending yourself. When you're illegally invading a country and killing their people of course when they fight them then they're are defending themselves when they fight back against Syria trying to stop them? It's just it's absurd all the way around people like we lie cheat we steal POMPEII or the real villains of today and this is what we really need to come to terms with ladies and gentlemen. These are the bad people today now. This doesn't have to reflect on the on the American people as you make it because I personally believe a lot American the I still I know people disagree. I maintain the majority of Americans today. Do see what this is. That's my opinion I think easily the vast majority of that majority are afraid to say anything about it right. That's where we are today you're getting shouted down and screamed at this. Very small minority of poorly informed formed ignorant people watching mainstream media. So they're afraid. They think that they're the minority when they may not be right now. This is something people disagree with. I get that maybe I've just saying it because I want that to become the reality I do believe that's the case though. But this is what we need to wrap reminds around these people the government entities specifically the ones pointing to these. These are the real villains today. These are the people who are manufacturing the wars manufacturing justification to go to them manufacturing reasons to kill people just so they can take hake what they want and then pointing all of it against somebody who has no evidence to support. Oh look at that guy doing all the things that we just did. We're only doing these things because we say that they're about to do them in which is just ridiculous but everywhere we need to see that. And I said if you want the truth on how they are now openly defending terrorists and Ed Lib I linked to Vanessa Billy's interview with myself and I hope that you will watch it. It's very very important. Because the information therein is powerful understanding the groups like Jewish lomb the army of Islam. The this is a group that's almost entirely funded by the Saudi Arabian government. That gets obvious ties in from the the. US In Israeli government's this group that was behind the lying about Duma. The false flag that we know is a false flag. That was them the group putting women in cages and driving around on trucks that people people these are people that tie back to all of this stuff. The very person we talk about on this interview this Guy Scott Lucas who was like a massive propaganda. You know the mainstream media just he's trod out every time they want to counter what we're saying works on a board along with people who are tied directly to these guys who beheaded a Palestinian child who are directly tied to Joshua's long weird how you can find an obvious circle of connection between people who are both lying about what's going on and then doing what's going on and then working together shocking. It's it's outrageous and it's everywhere. These people are constantly lying to you about what's going on now. Speaking of those same rebels rebels shootdown Syrian eight helicopters fighting. Intensifies rebels right. It's interesting how that goes back and forth. It's interesting how we can have Brett. mcgurk say that they're all terrorists and then suddenly they come rebels when they want them to live. Province is the largest al-Qaeda safe haven since nine eleven tied directly to. I'm not hard to miss that. At least gentlemen. I mean that's very very very definitive and of course that was always supported right up until the moment when they just didn't want it to be the case anymore so they changed it right. Nothing actually changed changed on the ground. They just say that they're moderate rebels. Say whatever they want them to be now you can see right here and this is what's so frustrating that enforce just rebels right and it comes down to the fact that they're taking these people's word. Kate says rebels of course backed by the Turkish artillery. So here's what so ridiculous victimless. We have massive massive amounts of artillery and tanks thousands of them in munitions flooding into it liberate now flooding. I should've clip play out again. Because the point is mcgurk goes onto base. Lay out the facts a screw. It was watching to listen to what he says right here. Listen to what he says is in regard to how this came about because the reality is he's laying out exactly what he's doing right this moment that they that using these channels from Lipford the Libya connection. We're talking about bringing in terrorists bringing in munitions right into ad-lib and he openly says that that's why it became what it is. The province is the largest al Qaeda safe haven since nine eleven tied directly to. I'm also hearing. This is a huge problem. It's been a problem for some time. Leaders of Al Qaeda that make their way to the province often do not make their way out of there but we have to ask a question why and how is also so here is deputy finding his way to the province. Why is this happening? How are they getting? They're they're not paratroopers. So and the approach I obviously will not talk about anything the. US government has done in certain parts of Syria on this problem but the approach by some of our partners to send in tens of thousands tens of thousands of tons of of weapons and looking the other ways these foreign fighters come into Syria may not have been the best approach. This is what we're talking about. This is the exact same scenario we have Turkey bringing in massive amounts of artillery to arm armed very people that we know are documented terrorists. People that they are on terrorist watchlist and of course tried to retake it after losing it last week according to opposition activists right so once again they're leaning on the very people first of all. These are their opposition activists. Like the they're going to be completely unbiased right. They're not going to have a clear leaning as they're finding the opposition this is. These are the same people that are reporting about the three million people that are suffering all tell the civilians hundreds of civilians have died in the latest according to its list as United Nations. Of course but you know where they're getting that information from the opposition activists on the ground the white helmets the same people it continues on and on and on and they just shot down a helicopter which killed it says. This is This was I. I guess you know last night tonight or this morning. Killing its crew and members in a fiery crash. Can you imagine what would happen if an America. US helicopter was shot down down in anywhere at any point time anywhere right now and killed Americans they would lose their mind and blame it on. Whoever they wanted to? We would already be bombing country before anybody even had the moment to think. Think about it so why then is it completely. Okay for this to happen to Israel to Syria. It's not is the point. Also autocare for them to bomb their oil infrastructure or occupy their oilfields or continue to do whatever the hell they want at any moment in time in all of their country it's outrageous. We also talked about Altaf autonomous and the bond camp when I was interviewing visibility and people forget that that's also still there this massive fifty kilometer wide area of just occupied territory on a massive very important justice strategic area and we are than the al-Roub on campus still right at this moment housing civilians. They were not allowed to leave. And it's also an isis training camp as all of the civilians there who have gotten out had said or a lot of them anyway and yet we still just can't wrap our minds around the fact that these so called rebels are the very people that they pretend that they're fighting they're using the luge in of what these people are to pretend to fight them while they're doing what they're wanting to do against Assad and against what they say is Iran and really it is ultimately against Iran even if they're not actually fighting Iran because Syria it's a steppingstone to Iran. That's what it's all about. So they're almost not even really lying when they say that even though they're often line when they say that because they're not actually fighting Iran proxies. They're just is fighting the Iraqi military or bombing Syria or whatever they want to say now. Here's the interview with An. I hope you will check out for yourself. I hope you will check this out because it's very important that they are openly protecting extremists in it live openly and the whole whole thing is falling apart the whole narrative. I mean already already has and we. We want if you're even remotely honest with yourself. You've seen this progress. Where oh where we need to go and stop Assad from doing bad things so we just need to invade a country based on that with Noah authorization from from any whatever it was Russian then once? We're there yeah. Well now. We have to fight Isis too because isis bad guy or or actually not feel like if maybe it started the other way so convoluted these days. Maybe it was isis then became Assad but then it became Iran then it becomes one and then it became just openly saying we need to protect Israel multiple administered multiple administrations and multiple members of Congress and trump. Himself Elf has said that they were there to protect Israel risking American lives to protect a foreign country. That's openly stated understand. I really hope you will watch this interview. So you will understand what's going on the ground and this this part will even make this even more obvious which is not new. Actually to be honest this is not even close to being new but this is something that's been around and they're now openly saying it again. Israel just admitted arming anti Assad Syrian rebels. But we know what the Syrian rebels are. I mean here's what's so funny. Is that this whole idea of the rebels levels can be completely dismantled in the middle of Obama's administration the lie about modern remember when they first said. Oh we're not arming anybody right. There's not some CIA program. We're we're not arming moderate. And then they got caught and they said Oh yes. They're just moderate though they're just moderate. They're not real then. It comes out that they're not monitored at all and it's Newsra terrorists and they and then just kind of dissipates and we stop talking talking about it. They got caught flagrantly that these people were very very bad. They're no different than the people they pretend they're fighting. Just call the moderate that the only difference so here we have Israel admitting again by the way this is at least the third tower. I think I've seen this. Did they armed them right. And that's why we're now finding all these weapons all across there with the US staffs in Israeli stamp. They are using the weapons that they were provided. I guess we just can't talk about that unless you're you're racist right right. You can't point out the obvious factor. What's happening if it's in regard Israel otherwise you're racist of course? Ranks facts are racist. If you're talking about Israel this is where we are.
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"You have a shot to ryan ryan's been on. Show free alexander. I was at of for the show. What was that experience. man I was coming from work travel so it wasn't like I was there for a very long time. I flew in or drove and maybe two days prior and a half but just the fellowship over those two or three days not just with ryan but also all of his other groomsman at his brother was his best man but we all kind of grew up together through ryan him as proxy soda for us to all be there after so many cookouts and parties and sleepovers. And you know seeing him. Finish this thing out or start. This new journey was kinda crazy so then the night before. You know drinking right trying to get into roanoke so wasn't much popular. Oh rowen nuggets positive. It's not gonna happen. Why did have great take the wild for west virginia. My bachelor party gonna be crazy. But i don't even want no strip clubs. No none of that. Our is we log cabin for like three days three or four days. I'm talking. we're gonna whitewater rafting on fish drugs ahead. i really am. I have to the whitewater rafting part drug. Got tom confirm nor deny that. Okay cool but we have pictures thing. I take due to the fact that you boy can't swim. I ain't gonna partake in a into stereotypes. Have you been a price before. Yes shots new york new york that. Oh i'm sorry she's been a bridesmaid before like you know your experience to know most of the women that were going to be staying at my friend but for the same reason to support somebody like hugh no food the job the job it the wet face the who is get the wet. That's what i'm asking that went. I cried i cried lipford crying at a wedding and so like i was right there and beyond. This is emotional. Like i'm so happy on crying for you should i. You know. I got emotional. But i didn't cry. But that's for sure i'm a little nervous. Once i saw. I saw him get emotional you that by as soon as she was coming down because she didn't come down to our she came down steps. I'm almost thirty. I'm gonna cry mattel. Y'all right now. I'm probably gonna cry. I might grab it a wrong on played a game day of knowing be i can say is probably going to be true. Yeah i probably will. Well you know whatever your leg on I'm not gonna read it. Because i'm actually quite over the inter- i think over overridden been anyway. This is my opportunity just to present a couple of topics to the podcast to go deeper and maybe ask questions from the penalty. We got going on actually want to wait and say this specific topic for matinee. Come back because i think it would be very demonstrative of our experiences with the subject so Couple of weeks ago. I don't know if you saw the stories on twitter and in in the pop culture stuff buzi was getting held a flat because he had bought kappa alpha side shirt and so For those don't know kappa kappa alpha size one of the divine nine organizations those are fraternities and sororities that exist Majority of black membership Traditionally from a spec-. Us except for indiana. I think which is capital but anyway So cornell coordinates l. My brother here we go so Universe mother my bet. That's wonderful exactly. This is why exactly one had the conversation so busey got into a lot of flat because he bought a kappa alpha psi certainly work wards like lakers game or gaming and so the capital's naturally responded as april. You can't be wearing our personnel. Because you're not part of the part of the fraternity right right so busey response but science. Which was i thought was hilarious but yet appropriate. He was like well. If that's the case and y'all got teach me on shimmy because you'll be doing next to my song right. You'll be doing that down so you got to teach me how to send me. I felt that coming from mile away right and so it reminded me of a time when i was in college at how we're doing this big. I'll say like a like a mini war between the divine nine greek organizations possession cage. Yada yada yada your traditionally white organizations. That's like yeah alpha phi omega cabot aside right news although kappa kappa kappa kappa. All the exists right. These are traditional white organizations that exist on black campuses right and then at the time which caused the big kerfluffle. There was a group of students on howard campus that weren't affiliated with any organizations yet. They were still stepping still strolling. They had the on hand size. They had their own calls. They were acting as if they were a divine nine organization so the campuses response was to call. Might these big unity meetings. We go to the six workshops in which it was all three parties in a situation. Tom i don't know your experience with fraternities sororities blacks during sororities but i am in a traditional white fraternity called kappa kappa side music organization madison alpha. Right was the original. Yeah i'm a member of alpha phi alpha fraternity inc alpha. I also have experienced. I think my freshman college. I did join a white community. Public wasn't a wife attorney but it was a traditional life returning but it was geared towards public and community service. Call our file mega. So i've experienced the both ends of the spectrum in terms of intake and all of that stuff and etcetera greek. You got the kappa capital. The kkk now well on alexa. So rep yo said okay. So as a member of a traditionally white fraternity on a black campus. Our chapter of our fraternity did adopt some of the traditional black practices of black fraternity. Stepping strolling calls. Stolen is at a party when you see him all kinda line dancing or dancing in a live stephan is of course nobody can see. Were just opening drive. I did i did right so we adopted some of those things in these classes. We talked about why we use these things and how we attributed those more to black culture than to coach fast for busey. Wears a kappa kappa. Say he game. Where so my question is. I wanted to have met in a room seeing that black fraternities and sororities to me in the top ten coolest things that black culture can produce. Why is it inappropriate to try to Wear or simulate or you some of the cultural practices from these.