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AP sources: Celtics considering suspension of Ime Udoka

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

AP sources: Celtics considering suspension of Ime Udoka

"Two sources tell The Associated Press that the Celtics are planning to discipline head coach DOCA because of an improper relationship with a member of the organization One of the people with knowledge of the situation says the team has decided that assistant coach Joe Missoula will take over the team on an interim basis if you don't is suspended ESPN first reported Wednesday night that a suspension was under consideration for the team policy violation The Celtics are widely considered among the favorites to contend for an NBA title this season They acquired guard Malcolm Brogdon after reaching the finals last season following two games short of the championship I'm Dave ferry

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Malcolm Nance Believes America Is in Grave Danger

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:05 min | Last month

Malcolm Nance Believes America Is in Grave Danger

"Isn't there more urgency with getting our nuclear secrets back? Do you are you afraid he's already sold them? Forget that this man was president. Forget that. Right. All right? By being elected president, he was given trust in the highest secrets of America by the American public that elected him. All right, I held a top secret SCI special compartment and information special access program that's each layer above top secret. When we would lose our clearances, we would get generic top secret. That's how high our average secret clearance was. Top secret clearance was. And The White House has a completely different level. The national command authority level, which is those secrets only the president of the United States and the immediate, you know, national security staff see. And I've been on national command authority direct admissions where our collection was the only thing that was being appointed that was only going straight to The White House and The White House situation room. Hundreds of us could die at a time if this mission were compromised. Hundreds of people. And, you know, you have the confidence that it's going to the president of the United States. Now we have this guy who has information that was being withheld from the United States government and that it related to nuclear weapons. If you Google my name or if you go to Twitter and you search app Malcolm Nance, what is the espionage act? It comes up about 50 times. Yeah. During the entire Trump fiasco. But this is, this is, I'm gonna be serious now. You all know how serious I get this is a grave danger to the United States. My guess is that it was weapons. I'm sorry, nuclear weapons schematics or outlines to give to Saudi Arabia or to sell to Saudi Arabia to make them a nuclear power.

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Malcolm Nance on Benedict Donald and the Threat of Trumpist Terrorism

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Malcolm Nance on Benedict Donald and the Threat of Trumpist Terrorism

"What? You are a man now because you're a little busy a few, but really pithy tweets and yours was just hashtag Benedict Donald. That's it. That's the tweet. Thank you. Yeah, thank you. No more need be said. I mean, we talked about his treason Trump, Russia. And this is, this is on top of that and trying to overthrow the United States government. I just can't even I sometimes think of you and how you process this with as much as you already know when it warned us about. You know, it does get a little frustrating. When you consider that I've written four books about it, you know, it's unfortunately this current book, the new book they want to kill Americans. Is going to is going to be a seminal work. And it's going to be a seminal work for the wrong, horrible reasons. I was on Michael Steele's podcast, you know, whom we all love. And you know, he said, what's it going to take? What's it going to take for these people to stop talking, acting and behaving the way they are. And unfortunately, it's going to take a mass murder event. A situation where these armed insurgents go too far. And they carry out an act of terrorism the way Timothy McVeigh did. But you know, we're in a world where in the Republican Party, a person like Timothy McVeigh would be offered an internship, you know, for Lauren boebert or Marjorie Taylor Greene. We are in a place where extremism, terrorism and threat of violence is a standard now that is expected from their political class.

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There Is No More Republican Party Says Malcolm Nance

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

There Is No More Republican Party Says Malcolm Nance

"How come you famously were a Republican? Colin Powell, Republican, what do you make of what a lot of people are calling the death of the Republican Party yesterday in Wyoming? I mean, Liz Cheney as was expected lost big. No. Yeah, by 40 points. According to Joe Walsh, was saying, this wasn't just the loss. This was a loss by 40 points. Her name became completely radioactive. There is no Republican Party. That is just a word that they bandy about now. This is the Trump party. And you know, a few years ago, there was a lot of talk about him changing the name and, you know, changing the symbol to a lion and calling it the Trump party. And you know, I would think that it would actually be, it would be in his interest to go ahead and do that so that we clarify that there are no Republicans anymore. When I was a Republican, way back when, you know, we were just to the upper right quadrant of the XY axis. Colin Powell and I God bless him, you know, in heaven. We're so far down to the far left. Now, Ronald Reagan would be considered a, you know, Joe Manchin liberal. So, you know, progressive. So what's happened to that party is that it is completely disintegrated. It's become a cult of one individual. And I write extensively in the book that these people have said numerous times, hundreds of times. They are willing to kill for him.

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Law Enforcement Have to Treat Trumpian Republicans Like the Mob

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:20 min | Last month

Law Enforcement Have to Treat Trumpian Republicans Like the Mob

"Talk to us about J 6 in terms of Scott Perry's phone. He said this morning while traveling with my family, three FBI agents, visited me and sees my cell phone. They made no attempt to contact my lawyer who would have made arrangements for them to have my phone if that was their wish. Prosecutors obviously preferred that to go the subpoena route if they fear evidence could be destroyed or not turned over. Same reason they got a warrant for Mar-a-Lago, right? Absolutely. They thought there was a very, very high probability. These things would be destroyed. They would erase the signal chats, or they would go through their phone and put it on a decal. In eliminate all history of these records. So it was very important for them to seize these quickly. So that there wasn't a criminal intent by people like, you know, you know, these people who have been who are under investigation for attempting to overthrow the United States that this is a level of criminality you see Enrico cases. This is how they treat mafia Dons and drug lords. And that's the level where Trump just took the 5th this morning and he is on record a zillion times saying only the mob takes the 5th.

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Malcolm Nance Reminds Everyone That Warrants Are Lawful

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Malcolm Nance Reminds Everyone That Warrants Are Lawful

"You know, warrants are executed every day. Hundreds by the FBI, the U.S. Marshals. You know, it means that law that judiciary has found adequate evidence in order to have your place searched waving the Fourth Amendment, right? Unlawful search and seizure. This is lawful search and seizure. And they can't wrap their heads around it. What they're really upset about is that laws are applying to Donald Trump and people like them. White people. And Malcolm, this is your area of expertise, national security. This is again none of us know all the details, but certainly the speculation is this is national security related. To get a warrant to raid the home of a former president, means, you know, this clearly was classified information as Joyce Vance just told us, I don't care what they say. They obviously didn't properly declassify it. They're trying to claim that now, but in order to get her do a raid, Malcolm talked to us a little bit about, you know, because obviously there's a lot of speculations. Are they selling the secrets to the Saudis to the Russians? Like, who knows, right? Oh God. Oh my God. Or they're documents which are implicate them in crimes that they classify. Yeah. You know? And they know that these documents are missing because there's a sequence of numbering one up numbering every one of those documents. And they're missing. And I understand, it wasn't 15 boxes they're looking for. 27? Yeah. I think 24, 27, 20 5 is what I heard this morning, but a lot. My understanding. They took 12 more. They were originally 15. They took 12 more boxes out of Mar-a-Lago so bring the total to 27. I'm sorry.

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Don't Take Trumpian Threats Lightly Says Malcolm Nance

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Don't Take Trumpian Threats Lightly Says Malcolm Nance

"You just said don't take these threats lightly. I warned about this exact possibility of arresting indicting Trump launching an armed reaction, and sure enough there they all are over right-wing world, trying to gin up violence. Yeah, you know, one of the places where I see quite a bit of it is the Patriots dot win, which is what we used to be the Donald dot win. And that is some hardcore crazy in that place. And you know, they're saying things maybe not completely openly, but they're couching in Marjorie Taylor Greene language, right? Like this is outrageous. We have to do something. About that. And this is for those of you who haven't seen my book, they want to kill Americans. Well, now you know what they want to kill Americans over. Well, we were saying the number one trending was lock and load. That was the number one trending comment. What is it called, the Donald something? Yeah. It used to be the Donald dot win. Now it's patriots that went. But it's a big ball of crazy. And you know, it's not to be taken lightly at all. I know that, you know, we always come on here and I get all mix shouty and spell out doom and gloom. Well, we're seating the leaves getting edges of this. Now, on the other hand, there is some good rays of sunshine out of this. Not many people actually came to Mar-a-Lago. And actually protested out there. But the ones that did were straight up crazy. The capital K

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Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays

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00:36 sec | Last month

Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays

"The Orioles had four home runs to back the pitching of Jordan lyles as they beat the Blue Jays 7 to four Ramon urias got the Orioles going with the three run blast in the first off starter and loser you say kikuchi Anthony Santander and Ryan Malcolm went back to back in the third and Austin Hayes hit a solo shot in the 6th We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple of months and we're just continuing to play good baseball The Blue Jays got homers from Kevin biggio and Matt Chapman lyles improves the 9 and 8 Felix Bautista earned his 5th save Craig heist Baltimore

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Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

"You were tweeted, Frank will see our other shared superhero who said metadata shows ten of the 24 Secret Service personnel did have a text around January 6th that were not retained and you said the DH SOI G, the one who waited months to go to Congress triggering two whistleblowers has now halted the probe that was getting the metadata. So talk to us about because Malcolm X was just on last week, he said they're going to get those texts, but you know, I think Glen kirshner this morning, not so sure, because this is the group that knows how to do that. It's always presumably they would also know how to make them disappear. What do you think? Well, they clearly did. And I mean, they have to do a lot of work to make these disappear. And they did that. It seems like they did that work. I don't trust this. This Cuba. He's a Trump appointee. He is the one who quashed the investigation into the Secret Service attacks with rubber bullets and tear gas at Lafayette square in the wake of the George Floyd murder. I don't like him and it seemed like the Secret Service was getting somewhere with that metadata. And those ten individuals and 24, the original 24 whom include people like ornato and angle. And then he comes in this OIG who sat on this information since February and didn't tell Congress comes in and tells the Secret Service to stop their investigation because he's doing a criminal probe. And I've been asking one thing I don't know and one thing I want to find out is when the office of inspector general does a criminal investigation, they're probably some oversight from the Department of Justice because the OIG can't charge anyone. Right. And so I want to know sort of what that process is. Does declaring a criminal investigation by an office of inspector general bring in the Department of Justice for some oversight because I would really like to see that

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Malcolm Nance: "Just Call Me Black Cassandra"

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance: "Just Call Me Black Cassandra"

"Talk about in the book about how, you know, we joke, we call you an amstrad, and blah, blah, blah, but you were just saying it's not an accident. It's your 30 years of intelligence gathering of how you analyze what you analyze, that you saw January 6th coming went, as you say, everybody else was singing kumbaya, like oh, thank God Trump's gone. Oh, great. We're all gonna, you know, get along now. And like you say, you predicted this before January 6th happened. Yeah, and you would think that there would be something people would be like, oh jeez, what's he gonna say next, right? Right. But like, you know, the whole thing about making predictions and not being believed is what the goddess or what was it, the demigod Cassandra. Yeah. Right? Yeah. She would not be believed because the God Apollo gave her the gift of foresight and then condemned her to never being believed. So just call me black Cassandra. Yes. I don't know what I've ever done to Apollo. I can tell you what I've done to the Trump administration. Right. And they went after me hard in many places. You know, they pulled me off air at one point on MSNBC to satisfy the attorney general. Yeah. So, you know, people who were out there who were telling the truth or writing these books, I didn't sit on anything for two years to get this risk. Yeah.

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Malcolm Nance Hopes the Justice Department Acts Before Democracy Ends

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance Hopes the Justice Department Acts Before Democracy Ends

"I've been reading the book. They want to kill Americans. And I have to ask how you feel that we finally heard, found out yesterday, that Donald Trump is under investigation. Well, just utterly amazing. I really didn't see the news until this morning. I think on Twitter was about 9 hours after it had been released. And I was just flabbergasted. First off, that the Department of Justice is actually doing something. And so I guess we all owe empty wheel, you know, and those people on Twitter who have been saying the Justice Department just keeps their mouth shut. Well, apparently they do, but let's see if it will actually manifest itself before democracy ends. Yeah, yeah. Well,

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Did Trump Want the Insurgency to Remove the Chain of Command

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:39 min | 2 months ago

Did Trump Want the Insurgency to Remove the Chain of Command

"So Malcolm, the key question we have for you is zone off gun made it sound like they will get those texts. Of course they will. They will. Yeah, because they go through servers. Nothing disappears from the Internet. Right. Nothing. And it can't be made to disappear. Even if it's a secure government server, it's repeated off of something. So they're going to get those tags. The question is what? I think the only thing that will probably really find is that there were some very pro Trump people. And the Secret Service. And you know, I mean, these guys, you know, I would be less interested in the text than the transcripts of their communications. Yeah. Which will tell you whether they, you know, I mean, with the vice president of the United States, which trapped in a building. That was being besieged by 10,000 people. Yeah. Did they do what Washington D.C. police did, which was a ten 13 call, right? Where the guy is screaming ten 13, ten, 13. All officers respond. Officers need assistance, right? That's in what we call an all guns call. All guns come to this location. You know how serious that is? It's insanely serious. But the Secret Service was under siege, but the vice president of the United States there and at times they went weapons out. How far out weapons out means the submachine guns come out from under the vest and out of the backs. All right? I don't think it's happened since Ronald Reagan's shooting. Right. That the Secret Service was in a situation where they had to really wonder what the life of the president of the United States was at risk. I want them to testify. How severe was the risk to Mike Pence? Yeah, and I think the 187 minutes, Trump waited. He was hoping it would, you know, pence or Pelosi or both of them. What would happen to them? I could declare Marshall. You know what? I've said this. I'm sorry to say it. I'm the only person that is saying this on Aaron. I've been saying it since the night of January 6th. And I don't understand why some people in the news media don't understand this. Mike Pence is the number two person in the chain of secession. Nancy Pelosi is the number three person in the line of secession. I can't recall who Speaker of the House, president of the Senate pro tem. The eldest person in the Senate. To replace those people if they're killed or incapacitated, you have to have a vote, right? Other than in the vice president would have to be appointed. If those three have been killed incapacitated or injured to the point where they could not perform their functions, the entire line of secession would have been eliminated except for Donald Trump.

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Malcolm Nance Called the Insurrection 62 Days Before It Happened

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance Called the Insurrection 62 Days Before It Happened

"Someone wrote yesterday. Your decision not to be political is a decisive political decision for the other side. Yeah. When it's the overthrow of the United States government. Oh, is that all we're talking about? Jeez. As someone that called the insurrection before the insurrection. 62 days. That's right. 62 days on Bill ma or real time with Bill Maher. I told Bill to his credit. It was the kumbaya episode. Yeah. And Trump's gone. Oh, we can all rest. Yeah, we should really find out what they want. We should address their concerns. And I love Bill, but you know, I sat very quietly there. You know, while he was saying that, and he said, well, it can't be all doom and gloom. And I said, oh, you want doom and gloom? Do you boy? That's why I'm here. That was my cue. And I said, we're going into an insurgency. Yeah. And he was like, insurgency, like Iraq, and I was like, yeah, it was Saddam and uday and kusa. You know? That's when you use the word vanilla ISIS. Yeah, vanilla ice is. And you know, we are now in it. And insurgency is a campaign of destabilization. And the Republican Party is an insurgent party. Understand what we're saying. Malcolm Mann said this before January 6th happened. Can I point something out? Yes. That book was contracted on December 12th, 2020. Wow. A book about the United States going into insurgency leading towards Civil War. So at least Saint Martin's press got it, right?

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White House's Funniest Home Videos: Trump Has a Blooper Reel

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

White House's Funniest Home Videos: Trump Has a Blooper Reel

"Where do we start with obviously the big J 6 hearing tonight? Oh, we're going to see the blooper reel. Yeah. Which is the multiple times that got tried to get Trump, right? Yeah. And CNN's reporting this morning that Trump only made the video because he was afraid of the Twenty-fifth Amendment, his cabinet Twenty-fifth Amendment. Yes. They said he only stopped he almost said go home in the insurrection because a it failed and be they were talking about Twenty-fifth Amendment. And they have every version. Yes. Yes. No. Yes. Every version of the videos that he cut. Is there one where he gets hit in the balls? I'm just hoping. I'm just, is that just me? I miss all The White House is funniest videos. I'm old school. I want Dick Clark and Ed McMahon to show up. Yes. Like the old TV bloopers and practical stuff. I just said Bob Saget, and then I realized that we can't have nice things anymore. Somebody shows up.

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DNC Chair Jaime Harrison on the Need for Leadership Change in Texas

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

DNC Chair Jaime Harrison on the Need for Leadership Change in Texas

"Sorry, we just covered the story of Texas suing the Biden administration. So to allow women to die in abortions. I mean, the federal government is just trying to say to save the life of the mother. We have a duty. And so Texas suing to make sure that what women get to die in Texas. I don't know how else to say it. Listen, you know, I live in South Carolina, I grew up in South Carolina and I couldn't think that you could find a state where you had worse leadership than the leaders that we have in South Carolina and McMaster and Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham, but then Texas does it bigger. Yeah. Abbott is a disaster. We all know about cancun Cruz and the walk in disaster that he is in corn and has no backbone. This is a state where the AG to the lieutenant government. Remember the lieutenant governor in this state was when COVID hit was, he was a guy who said, well, we should just sacrifice our seniors. We should just let them die so that we could save the economy. I mean, these people don't care about the people here in Texas. And they don't care about women and women's rights. And we've seen it time and time again, they don't care about voting rights in this state. And that's why it is so needed for a sea change in leadership here. And hopefully with beto at the top of the ticket, we could see that what I've heard my entire life, the sleeping giant, actually. I just heard someone say, and again, you know, his lips to God's ears, but that is sadly a game changer that they really feel like beto, it's beto's time. Liam on Twitter said, I'm sorry. It may sound harsh, but standing around in the hallway while children are shot in the next room is exactly what Republicans have been doing for 40

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Malcolm Nance on How Republicans Want to Physically Harm Democrats

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance on How Republicans Want to Physically Harm Democrats

"Here's another point. Stuart Stevens former Republican said, just remember almost every Republican didn't want America to learn what we are learning. And no Republican leader has said they will not support Trump if he's the nominee. These are not patriots. These are men and they are mostly men who care about power, not their country. Mark Elias said please don't forget that not a single Trump official spoke out at a time at the time to say Trump should concede. It's good they are now months later admitting under oath Trump was unhinged, but their public silence at the time was an enabling form of complicity. If you wonder how we got here, right? Well, this is, you know, when I write extensively about this and this book, if you want to see the transformation of the Republican Party, there's a chapter in there about how, you know, they sort of tried to control QAnon and QAnon consume the party. The beliefs that liberals are fundamentally evil, that they must be eliminated, that the should be killed, that they should have people hung in the day of the noose where they go around, you know, that, by the way, was a scenario that came from the guy who wrote the book the Turner diaries. The Timothy McVeigh used to blow up the Oklahoma City building, where they go around and they were going to look for Jews and liberals and whites that supported blacks and hang them from street posts, right? That was part of the plot to kill governor Gretchen Whitmer, plan a was to hang democratic lawmakers out of the out of the windows of the buildings. When they say they bought that scaffold to the capitol as a piece of performance art, I have no doubt they would have hung my pants from it. They would have killed him. And we are at the point where our political opponents here mean us harm.

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"malcolm" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"malcolm" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"I want to take it's a happy hour, but it's a, it's a shouty. If you don't vote after this happy hour, I don't know what to frigging tell you, people. I mean, I mean, this is going to be Jamie Harrison DNC chairman and Malcolm dance offer of author of they want to kill Americans, the malicious terrorists, and deranged ideology of the Trump insurgency. He called everything that was going to happen. He did. On January 6th, before January 6th. I don't know if you remember his first book, the plot to hack America. You know when that came out? Before the 2016 election. Yep. The plot to hack America built by Russia came out before it happened. So he's America's early warning system. He is an Amsterdam. I started listening to the audio version of his book yesterday at the gym, and it scared the crap out of me. Yes. It scared the crap out of him. Yeah. Saying, that's what he should say. The book that scared the shit out of Malcolm dance. By Malcolm Nance. I'm getting my muscles on though. This book scared the shit out of me. Okay. And then chairman Harrison, with an equally dire warning that this is you've got to democracy is on the ballot. You devote time to vote. Right? November. So I don't know what to tell you. You're going to need to drink for this happy hour. I'm just going to tell you now. All right. But enjoy. Hello. Do

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Malcolm Nance: People Are Planning a Civil War

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance: People Are Planning a Civil War

"I don't know if you heard that. What's his name? Am I saying this right, van tatenhove, the former oath keeper that testified yesterday. I literally said to Travis. I'm like, I felt like I was reading out of Malcolm Nance's book. Talking about Civil War him talking about what could happen next, the ongoing insurgency were you struck by that, too? Yeah. I mean, it's just absolutely ironic that this guy testifies on my book launch day. And look, you know, I went out, I was up and upstate New York. We had a big discussion about this book on public radio. And I'm going to be honest with you and your listeners. This book is terrifying. It's terrifying, but it is critical everyone understands what they're up against here. And that's part of the problem. People are, you know, spend more time paying playing candy crush and not realizing guys like this are out there planning, buying ammunition, preparing for Civil War. And if he hadn't been arrested, I mean, I don't even think he was particularly, you know, particularly chased over what he did on the revolution on insurrection. The part where he said we need to stop mincing words. It was an armed revolution. I mean, I think the parts where you saw all the people online and what they were saying, reacting to Donald Trump's orders. It's exactly what you've been saying. This is a Civil War. This is an ongoing insurgency. Well, you know, I'm going to break my arm patting myself on the back again because no one else is going to do it. I said this on November 6th, 2020. Two days after the election, I was on real time with Bill Maher and I said, you want gloom and doom. I'm going to give you bloom and doom. There won't be any kumbaya, right? Yeah. It will be insurgency.

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'A Spirit to Soar' Will Challenge You to Be the Best That You Can Be

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

'A Spirit to Soar' Will Challenge You to Be the Best That You Can Be

"I'll leave you with one story they're done. Very sword may talk about it. But I had a friend who had a bad COVID experience. He was going on a cruise, didn't have COVID before he got to Rome, Italy, and they tested him and he had, he had COVID. They went out and go on the cruise, put them in a hotel, not a very nice hotel for ten days. Because that was a quarantine. His wife was in a different room because she didn't have COVID pretty lonely during that time. After the ten days, they tested him again. And he had to understand other ten days. He still had COVID. So three weeks in a hotel. He couldn't wait to get back to the U.S. and he said to me, thanks for the book. I had given him the book because he knew Barry and Kim a copy of the book. And I said, did you have a chance to read it? He said, I did. I read a little bit of it before I got there. I read the rest of it there and he goes, I thought that my life was bad. It was nothing compared to Barry's. And it got me through the 21 days. So I would say that these life lessons that are in there. They're for you. Therefore, your children. They're for your grandchildren. Therefore, your nieces, nephews, whoever you know, because there's something in there that will make an impact on you and the reason for writing the book and getting the story out there very doesn't think there's anything special about him. And it takes people outside of him to see that he meets that outlier definition of Malcolm gladwell talked about. And I think he dug for giving us this time with you.

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"malcolm" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"malcolm" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

"Hey, Malcolm, welcome to the living live action show. Hey, rob, thanks for having me on, man. First of all, I want to talk about dare to be average. That's not the norm. If you look on social media today, and you look at everybody, everybody has these incredible lives. There is no one that has any issues or problems. It's just like, my life is great. I'm making $5 million a minute doing whatever I'm doing. And I think it's having an impact on people because people are trying to get ahead and live their happily ever after. And I think that being average is okay. And I don't think you have to have that life that, you know, people see as unattainable. And what's average for some may not be for others. So what do you mean by dare to be average? Well, I've always been a perfectionist. I've always threw my whole life. I've always struggled with taking action because there was always this ego fear of if I don't succeed with perfection, then suddenly that questions whether or not I'm the smart guy, whether I'm the successful guy or something like this. And so as a result, a lot of things in my life were like locked behind of closed doors, perfection would put things behind closed doors for me. And a lot of times I would try something new because my interest led me there or whatever reason. And if I wasn't immediately successful at it, I would immediately quit. I would immediately leave it or I would lose motivation or lose interest. And I find that the idea of daring to be average is quite powerful because first of all, it unlocks action for me personally and for a lot of the other people that I've kind of shared this idea with. And this isn't my idea. This is kind of a pretty old idea. I don't remember exactly where I first heard it, but I've heard it in other places. So I'm not going to try to claim this is my well, there are no original ideas..

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"malcolm" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

06:28 min | 10 months ago

"malcolm" Discussed on Today, Explained

"And for people who don't know the history, why was the Nation of Islam after Malcolm X? Malcolm X was the former spokesman for the Nation of Islam. He was a beloved figure in the Nation of Islam until he wasn't. He loves for television and the press, until he will do anything to get himself out in your he began to see the contradictions in the movement. The kind of more failings of the leader Elijah Muhammad, who was presented to the following as something of a prophet or messenger of God, a divine figure. And Malcolm began to expose some of the contradictions in his life, his numerous affairs with young secretaries and the babies that he was siren by these secretaries. And this scandalized the nation and it scandalized Elijah Muhammad and it put Malcolm in the mode of a Benedict Arnold of a hypocrite and in fact they called him the chief hypocrite. This was actually a call for death. The call someone a hypocrite at that time in the Nation of Islam was really to call for his death. He committed the unforgivable sin of scandalizing his teacher and leader Elijah Muhammad. Her Malcolm is the victim of his own Christian. He preached virus and thoroughly become the victim of it. Okay, so tell me what happens the day of his death. The day of his death, he was staying in a hotel in midtown, Manhattan, he was taken to the old bond ballroom with he was obviously very irascible, uncomfortable, nervous, kind of king tankers, even. He went backstage, he sat down, he kept asking about the guests because a number of his guests had canceled. This was a big day for him. He was going to be revealing his program for the organization of Afro American unity, however, none of his guests were showing up, so he was very angry about that. He kept getting up from his seat. Walking to the curtain and looking on the other side of the curtain, looking at the audience, and he was overheard to say, you know, I shouldn't go out there today. I shouldn't go out there today. He kept saying that. His assistant minister was warming up the crowd. A man by the name of Benjamin two X Kareem. About 400 people arrayed in very simple folding seats out there, they Audubon ballroom. And minister Benjamin said to the audience, I bring to you minister Malcolm X, a man who would give his life for you. Malcolm walked to the rostrum, he gave the audience the greeting, the Islamic reading, astronomical, the audience said wildly comes Salaam and at that very moment, someone in the back of the hall said get your head out my pocket and to create it quite a raucous way by the audience turned to see what was going on. This person took a smoke bomb, hurled it to the floor, it was just a complete raucous and in that moment of misdirection a very big man kind of brawny, walked up to the stage and pulled out a sort of shotgun from underneath his coat about 15 feet away and he blasted it straight at Malcolm's chest and just completely felled him to the stage, his body was supine it just fell back and didn't even have time to buckle. It just fell right back in his head hit the stage with a loud thump. The crowd started screaming and going Berserk and at that moment two other shooters stood up from the front row one firing a Luger and the other 45 and empty their guns into Malcolm's body on the stage. And they all ran out. He had a small pulse but slowly the pulse disappeared and he passed away on the stage there. What does the investigation into the assassination of Malcolm X look like? To me, it doesn't look like it was that serious. That detail, that meticulous. It was wrapped up in a couple hours. And later that evening in that very ballroom, there was a dance that was held about 7 o'clock that night. I'm sorry. In the same place, Malcolm X was assassinated. They held a dance, a few hours later. Right there in the old barn board room in a very spot where he was assassinated. There was a dance around 7 o'clock that evening. There really wasn't much physical evidence to be quite honest with you. And this is what makes this case so problematic. The convictions of the assassins in 1966, all three of them was based on eyewitness testimony. There was no physical evidence whatsoever linking them to the crime. They arrested at the scene a man named talmage hair. He was shot in the league as he was fleeing by one of Malcolm's security detail. About 5 days later, Muhammad Abdul Aziz, who at that time was known as Norman three X butler, he was arrested at his home in The Bronx, and then on March 3rd, Khalil Islam known at that time as Thomas 15 X Johnson, he was arrested at his home. They weren't even at the scene. They were identified by who we'd like to know,.

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"malcolm" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:58 min | 10 months ago

"malcolm" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Tuesday, a man named Muhammad Abdul Aziz filed a lawsuit against New York State. He's seeking at least $20 million in damages after being, quote, unjustly branded as a convicted murderer. The man, he was unjustly accused of murdering Malcolm X now, if you're like Malcolm X, wasn't he assassinated like almost 60 years ago, yes, but there have been a lot of developments lately, including this year, and a guy named abdur Rahman Muhammad. I'm a historian and a journalist. Has kinda been right in the middle of them. There's been a renewed interest generated in this history as a result of a groundbreaking documentary that came out in the fall of 2019 called who killed Malcolm X Malcolm's death never sat right with me. Investigation was a failure. Asking who's guilty is of dangerous question to ask. What is the real story? Because in the history book, leave it there. Leave it alone. And unlike previous documentaries in years going by this particular documentary actually answered that question pointing to an actual person. Yes, that is something that has been floating around. That album is. Known as William Bradley, was the shotgun man that took Malcolm that took Malcolm out. And I think because of that documentary that folks are talking about this again. And what's important here is that, in addition to pointing to an actual person, it also pointed to some wrongful convictions. Well, that's exactly right. The documentary caused the district attorney of Manhattan. Cyrus Vance junior to reinvestigate the assassination of Malcolm X a completely open up the file. Once again, Muhammad Aziz and Khalil Islam always maintained their innocence in the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X now after 55 years. Their convictions will be vacated after a two year investigation led by the Manhattan district attorney found prosecutors, the FBI and police withheld critical information that should have cleared their names. And a month ago, almost to the day they're exonerated. I apologize on behalf of our nation's law enforcement for this decades long injustice. Which has eroded public faith and institutions that are designed to guarantee equal protection of the law. I know you're very close to this story between the wrongful convictions the exonerations, now this lawsuit this week, what is this story sort of tell us more broadly about our criminal justice system and about this country? Well, it tells us that it's far too easy to convict.

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"The bank of snitch. Can do that. Good g money. My liking well the lead. The lead is skin. Is this what. I'll give you an game. Lead is a lie. Skin is a real i wrote. It was in diane. So is ice teas daughter. Is the league dope. Okay oh wow really roy agency too. So that's zendaya news i did. I wanted busy talented young late. We want you to be that we as we actually fan. Did you like you like. Here's the thing about new jack city when you grow up it's the greatest thing on the planet watching it you like. This is crazy last week. And you like and like i wanna kill you so bad. My is what was when we listen to big. He talked about like you so fine. Genetic like what is going on. Before i mean when you look at it now and not even because you know if that's what you wanna do that survive. I trip all support. Everybody mom is all that but the toxic the level of homo phobia that was in hip hop culture. Who how while so to have so many homo erotic comments in hip hop staples is so like backwards to be. Because i'm like why are you gun. Valiquette already look like like what's going on but when you look back at the movie yes certain things do not hold but at overall as an accepting. Yeah he he did something. That was revolutionary. Shout out to memorial. He directed an episode of power Is actually like my favorite of so right now. To eight and ten are like the most soci- he directed so to marla people's and we brought them back. So and there was a new jack city reference and i had him on. I was right new jack city too and he was so loving supportive and he's such a good director he's such a like giving you what the sequels is like and no disrespect anybody coming to america fan right week. Broke on my momma eddies eddies legend. Eddie eddie's legend legend look. I love kenya. So no disrespect which i love eddie. Love everybody in here is black is black. Wesley was in areas dope. But my thing is like there was such a high bar. And if you're gonna pretend like we hit it like nah ball. Doing it didn't hit what he did. I washed it five times. Because i support everything but still. I'm still go pay again. That air like that. If time for you all say is. I like working on that. So a lotta things. I say because i want to. It's not about me like other people. Use neon give honestly. I probably still say anyway. But that's which is much people talk about. Sequels is like y'all watch y'all consume me if y'all go consume if the public would choose something else and if they were promoted something else of course is not fully. They fought then they would the industry now. It's not about racism. Classism is the dollar so if y'all go invest in something else they can do that. If you don't wanna see sequels no more. don't go we even get to talk about raising cain and enough because you know first of all. I'm mad that you didn't like power efforts because you know i watch all of them this all of that but i appreciate that you you know have joined the cast. I don't know how much in the past two episodes yet tripping working far. I've been working at last. Yeah i gotta get back one this weekend and back i wanna ask you. Are you still going to be doing what you doing. Still you need to watch five. Watch by y'all have to watch five and then keep watching until eight to ten is going. It's just it's crazy last night. And then you did us no farley man. I hope so too by the way. Also say this about power. And this is when i had to go revisit power because i was on the show like as i am i said well at least. Who's your daddy touched by somebody dad. Somebody's like you know in us by by second season. Now act about thirsty. I found myself getting emotional watching between angela Goes getting motionless. what is going on. Why is this affecting me. And that's what. I noticed. The br i realized i have to acknowledge the brings recording because the plotting is so well done. Even i like the plotting is excellent and i was like. Oh she know how to keep you on the hook like you keep going and then you by the time you realize. I'm involved in two days. It's a world where you don't know who you can trust child parent. He'll explain that to me like like. How did we end up with like this. Is this thing that you know. Because i i wasn't any when everybody was in i. I wasn't a part of everybody. Loves it so now on the back end. I'm looking at it like ghost. Didn't want to sell drugs like that's it right. This whole show was about the because that's the goal. I think when you are a drug dealer you wanna eventually take that money and legit and not have to sell drugs anymore. Well how much money do they make. The head of it was in what was it. What was the biggest. It was just too many reasons why he couldn't. They would not let him put. It was so much he could've never knew how much money they make and then he wanted to become a politician. I'm like let this like. He literally told her everybody be on his head. Like oh and bros. like he goes be doing such. Let's just call it. It'd be doing such but there's a moment where he was just like. I remember before he started in angelou before he came to his wife. Like love like i want like and she was right. You'll get them drugs and he's like changing shoes. That's what happened. He was like in drive in because then his wife would have been occupied. Look look. I'm not bashing nobody but the reality is before he even started old girl. She was already off in the car driver. She was already masturbating in. She saw him talking to someone and she was like i'm busted open and i was like this so is toxic as we know. Real life is taxing this show so I'm just saying my parking mouth and malcolm as you and i do have to say we do appreciate you. I know it's a difficult time. But the fact you still came up here and decisive amazing interview and that we are going to have you back as where everything that have going on. But we appreciate that man. Appreciate your man t rogers family appreciate. You know the reason. I watch back. 'cause i really wanna see you. You wouldn't Charlemagne moves furniture over. Seems kudo man. You know my glasses malcolm as is the breakfast local morning. This is the woman report. Angelini close.

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Everything is ruined. You got money. Ought to god. Don't goddaughter god kate. She's just doesn't feel good about f. O. bash says up bailing out. What it till two am dan. I heard some boss talked about doing something else. But it's been that money on Cleaning mama's basement. I always get my parents money. That's never issue. You go all right ever. They were actually at my house yesterday. Period from patients coming up. We'll be talking about man cut off and do it out of a car. we'll have enough knows. Get into next breakfast. Glaucoma breakfast mornings on. Never beat as say alice. Dj nba like attention. Because you'll be getting all the looks with the new samsung galaxy z. Fold three five g. or z. Flip three five g. One literally unfolds into a tablet and the other fifty palm shop now sampson dot com five. G connection and availability may vary check with carrier is. Dj envy. angela. Ye shall i mean the guy we are. The breakfast club was skin. Some front page news. Casare racket life on instagram. Swimming backstroke in all types of creams. How the subways that flooded in york. I can imagine a lot of those. Rats have Negative i had no idea. Mb let some listen here. You are right now at thirty nine year. Old man from tennessee tyson. gilbert has been apprehended by authorities. He cut off and tosses peanuts during a police pursuit. They said do it out the window of his honda accord. he was trying to escape law enforcement. He was parked in the way of traffic on a highway. And then he sped off after authorities flagged him down now according to an office said an officer he said when. I put it behind them in. Turn my lights on. He took off and refuse to stop. He was all over the road. The whole time the opened door he was naked and covered in bloody than shut his door and cab driving. They said they went through two counties and at some point. That's when he cut his penis off and it would out the window will going to be used as evidence with chasing them for potential sexual assault or something like that like what what. What's the reasoning. Heard voices famous car radio. That told him he had to do it. In order to save the world oh so. He's clearly suffering from some type of mental illness. Clearly yes As that for the penis. So what do they do with a guy like that. You don't take a brother like that to jail right of us rather but you don't take a guy like that jail right. She's clearly she'd be they confirm. He's getting treatment for his wounds and the investigation is ongoing but he does also have some active warrants for some unspecified offenses. So they took him into custody and he's at the hospital. Uso screened when railway. Feel like you should be some type of psychiatric unit right like you should be getting as hospital jail. They can't him in a jail so he's in a mental hospital right now probably probably probably trading him yeah For for that dealing has to start somewhere it does. It should start there. I read an amazon is looking to hire fifty five thousand people. The company said yesterday they're planning to do that around the world about forty thousand of those roles we'll be in the us and all the open roles for tech in corporate positions and then separately. They're also hiring people to work in Warehouses to pack and ship online orders. So some other companies laid people off during a pandemic amazon's workforce has actually hired more people last year alone. They hired five hundred thousand. People are By the way and just another update on. What's going on in the new york city new jersey area. You know they had everything closed off until five. Am they were asking people. If you were not an emergency vehicle to not be on the roads right now. Everything is The rain has stopped. But there's still a lot of emergencies that are happening at least so far. Nine people have been reported dead and record rains according to the mayor of new york city. This is a historic weather event. The national weather service did issue a flash flood emergency in new york city and this was the first time this has ever so. There's been a lot of video that people have been posting showing flooding situations. Four people died after getting stuck in a basement during the flooding. And this was in new york city in queens and so We are just sending out our prayers to everybody who is dealing with this right now. I know in. Louisiana and mississippi people are still dealing with the effects of of hurricane ida right now. This is just a severe thunderstorm in new york city and new jersey area. The i it won't be the last because humans been knocking. The earth is booking trust me. You'll see all right. Well that is your front page news right now when we come back actor and writer malcolm mays will be joining us from y- probably know him from raising cain and he's in snowflakes lulu and a host of other. So we're gonna talk to him when we come back also the nephew of touki-bouki tuckey heat who is the founder of the crypts. So we're gonna talk to him when we come back. Don't move the breakfast local morning the breakfast club. The j. Envy ngelo ye. Shall i mean the guy. We oughta breakfast club. We got some special well. We got special guests in the building. He's a writer and actor. We have malcolm mays in the building. Lauded how's it going less now for both people that that don't know who you are right now you're currently in raising canaan. I could ashes especially you can sure I lost my godfather today. I'm supposed to be at his funeral. Game utah state. Because i mean that's what he would have wanted t rogers. We started a gang in los angeles called. Black peace talks a little louder so they yeah he started getting in los angeles called black p stones and then he became a gang activist later on in life and without him i probably wouldn't be because he protected me and my family will move to that neighborhood and i just wanna take five seconds to to honor. That's vessel right which oh absolutely. I can't believe that you're missing. The funeral didn't once they told me. I can go and had to go to work. We still shoot right now. So i am so sorry to them almost family honestly it's at halftime. Or maybe you would allow me being here so lodge. I'll show you know what it is to solicit will of course raising cain in right now. So let's let's start from the beginning. Who is malcolm as witty markham as come from. How did you get into this industry. How did you become an actor and a writer start beginning. You have a very unique story as dense this what time is it I'm from los angeles. California raised all over. La south home and Yeah man i guess. How did i get into this. My mother trying to keep me out of trouble in her ideal situation for me was to be busy so i wouldn't notice what was happening. And so she's put me in a bunch and i gravitated towards art play sports and all that too. So we're very supportive of you in this career. Like man boiling village. Like even when. I was like everywhere i moved in. La honestly everybody kinda looked out for me like t especially They saw me. You know we'd be run around doing we. Doing they will we. My big was healthy like they weren't toxic become they was like. Oh we you will run the fate if you're so used to allow here but they there was a cold and there was a structure of. It's really different. Tell the story of you in class. You get a phone call. Oh from john recipes damn auto home. You John singleton gray. Will you wait hours in tenth grade. Homeroom class your phone ring. Vp for like f. You teach before that it's always in class at dorsey. High schools high schools in los angeles at the time. And i'm so we ran the classroom like we didn't teach So at some point. I got a phone call. I picked up the phone call just teaching teaching. Oh.

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"malcolm" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"My eye on the price. And I've always worked towards it. Work towards that dream. I just want to say thank you. Hey, if you want to reach out to patty, you can check her out on Instagram at patty Malcolm and I want to say thank you, thank you, thank you for being here. What a joy. This went by just like that. And you said that. You know what? I promise. You promise? I promise. She was gonna play the banjo. And then the next show, you know what we should do, we should have your husband on next week. We have Matt on bestselling author. World renowned speaker, the guy is so cool. And he's a part time audiovisual technician. For me. Yes, for me. Official. Official AV person of patty Malcolm. So thanks for being here, Peter. Appreciate it. Thank you for having me. It was a pleasure. And thank you so much for your support and taking time out of your busy and precious day to listen to life transformation radio. We so appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along with my very special guest. Patty Malcolm. To touch your heart, move your spool, move your soul you know? You distract me, patty. Oh, my God. You distract me. Move your soul as she moves. You're still. It's really? Really? Yeah. Okay, they're gonna kick me out of sag. That's probably what they're gonna do. If your soul and inspire you to live a life of transformation. I'm rob actis until next time. This is life transformation radio. Download complete. That was awesome. Oh my God. Emily the net in there, I'm not even taking it out. I think it's great. I love it. I love it. I think it's great. Because it's funny, people like, you messed up and I go, you know what? Yes, I do. Yes. We all do. We do. Yeah, it's fun. That was good. I think it was great. That was fun show..

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"malcolm" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Now I'm ready. I'm ready. And what's really fascinating about the pandemic is that a lot of the top people that they always picked, they've kind of have fallen to the wayside and this new Hollywood is emerging is they're like, well, you know what? We've done without them for so long. Let's bring in fresh new talent. And you're going to start seeing in movies and TV shows a lot of faces that you never have seen before. It is opened the door for people that never thought they would ever be in a feature film as a leading person on camera. And it's really wonderful. It's been interesting to see how the industry what I was talking about a few friends in Hollywood and my friend is a director. And what happened was a lot of these big top actors, they became not relevant. Just fell away. And their egos were the point that they couldn't really handle that. And then they didn't know what to do and they just vanished themselves. And they just thought that they thought the gravy train was going to run forever. You know, I mean, I'm a sag actor. When you get a booking, you get a really good spot and those checks come in. You get your 30 40 50 60 70 80 checks in a packet from so crazy. You're like, yeah, well, and the one thing. So I know a lot of actors that do that. And as a voice actor, and I always try to tell them, look, as soon as you get that job, you need to be working on something else because a lot of actors don't realize and voice actors as well as actors that these jobs end. And they don't realize like that's what happened to all the big stars. They never thought it would end. And it ended. And it's a fascinating thing is that you have to prepare for the future all the time because when I get a job, I get fired as soon as I got it. And I have to audition for another job. And if you just bank on that, this is your guaranteed for life. When it's over, I mean, it's all one thing. My big commercials when they're there, it just stops. You know it stops because last week you got like 80 checks and you got enough to pay for a brand new car and then this week you could barely go to In-N-Out burger and buy lunch for you and a friend. You know what I mean? It's just when it's over when they stop running commercials it stops. And just like a TV show. My dad and it's over. It stops. Well, I'm thrilled that you're having such success. Yeah, thank you. You know, I just had a meeting with a major studio, so that was super exciting. So things are happening for me now. And you know, I'm really working in that space with my meditation and my manifesting. I've got my lord up. I've got I'm looking at it every day and I'm meditating every day. And I just know it's already here. I keep telling myself it's already here. And all these things just keep coming to me. And I'm like, it's just a matter of time. It's just a matter of time. For me, I'm living as if it's already happened. And so it's already working in the universe for me. It's coming to me. And I discuss it back. And, you know, I'm working hard, of course, but you have to let it well, that's the key. As well. That's the key. So as the author of the book, the law of action, it's the missing link, the missing chapter of the law of attraction. You do all the manifestation stuff. Yeah. And if you listen as you've been talking, as I listen to you, you take lots of action. You move forward and you create a momentum in your life. So yes, you can meditate and you can have your vision boards, you're going to have all those positive things. But if you just sit on the couch and you don't take action and you just wait for someone to knock on your door to be on the Gilmore Girls, it ain't gonna happen. No, it's not. And before I go on with you, I was rehearsing for rehearsal tonight for scene I'm doing with another actor. And then another friend of mine we're making our own work. You know, he's riding stuff and we're filming it. You know, we just got you gotta keep being active. You have to stay in action. Even if it's not a momentum in your life. Yeah. Yeah. And then we have to act. And not only does it create a momentum in your life, but the universe takes notice and says, hey, patty, you've been playing here like really high end, and now there's all this momentum and then all of a sudden, now you're playing here and the universe just provides out of a live abundance in that people just all of a sudden they go, you know what? My friend patty Malcolm, and then all of a sudden people that you didn't know that no you know you and reach out and it's just it's such a magical experience to live a life of massive inspired action with manifestation and lots and lots of action. Yeah, I work so hard. So yeah, it's not that I'm just like staring at this board all day. Well, it's gonna be interesting. So what's your biggest job you've ever done so far? The Gilmore Girls, but let's see. That was a standing, but you run a soap. What's the biggest one? The biggest one was a guest on Criminal Minds where I got it was a fight scene. Oh yeah. Yeah, you love vaccines. I love fight scenes. I love physicality. And I like to go there emotionally. And I like to scream and kick and all that. It aired when did that air? That was like 2000 ten, but it's in a million I get good residuals off of it. Let's just say this. It's syndicated. So it's all over the world. And it's always running somewhere. But it's a great scene, a great fight scene. And we shot for almost 6 hours the scene. And I was getting thrown around into the walls. I've had to fall downstairs, but they did have a stunt gal at the very top of the stair. And then I stepped in to fall down the last couple stairs and land on the ground, but that to me was a blast. And I want to do more. I know what the dream would be is to be on a procedural as a badass detective kicking butt. Take a name. Oh, I can see that. We're in a really nice suit, silk shirt. So the one thing I was gonna say is as we start to wrap things up is that you're gonna get the ideal part. You're gonna either get cast for a major TV show that's gonna be a massive hit because it's just waiting for you. I see it. And I'm like, yes, she was on live transformation radio. I knew her when. And when that happens, it's gonna be so funny and you'll experience this is people to go, God, she's like an overnight success. Right. You're so lucky. This guy patty you're so lucky that you got on this show. Yeah. She'd been working ass off for a long time. Every time. I slept in my car. I know. That's my long run. And it's taken a lot of dedication and it has not always been easy, but I've always kept.

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"At one hundred percent this year and with rick who think history has shown i think there was. I remember. Mark cuban talking about this once that you know one of the reasons he hired. Rick initially was his team's always. There's always a big bounce in year. One there's always a big improvement in your one with rick carlisle teams and i think people would expect that with your group. You look around the eastern conference and you go. We're fit in in the east when you look at your talent having rick in. Is this the team people kind of just keep forgetting about. But it's a pretty damn good starting five you have. It is it's a. It's a very solid starting five. We have a lot of with five young bets. that's how i would describe it Guys that have been in the league for anywhere from six to eight years in that starting lineup and You know guys that can play. Gaza proven Guys that are in their second contracts so agendas stats and all. That really should be put. Aside should be about winning. And i think that's going to be the focus. This season is just getting back to playing the right way. Getting back applying together and Trying to win games. That's that's the gay malcolm brogden. Thank you for jumping in the water bowl. Fantasy football league. You can sign up through wednesday. The twenty fifth you can go to the brogden family foundation website. You can go to your twitter account. Malcolm brogden seven and there's a. There's a brogden foundation twitter account so you can click on the link there and see how you can get in there but malcolm good luck with that enjoy the rest of what is left for the summer and i know we'll catch you the season. Yes sir well. Thank you to today's interview with malcolm. Brogden has been fueled by gatorade. Whatever path you take the greatness. Gatorade is there to fuel. It greatness starts with g. Thirty for thirty podcasts. And the undefeated present the king of crenshaw this four part series examines how nipsy hustles life death and legacy impact the sports world particularly the nba. Here demar rosen is as a thomas and demarcus cousins among others explore the realities of life as a black man in america. Nipsy dedication the south. La and his community and how nipsy inspired millions the marathon continues the king of crenshaw listen now on sirius. Xm pandora.

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"You partnered with a company that they essentially made ceramic water filters in africa. Right and in the eco region of south africa. It's remarkable i. I we do have that in common. I did a senior thesis to it. Was on the Impact on college basketball. That's what we were doing over in journalism school. So you know comparable impact on the world malcolm but no. It's it's remarkable and you you when when you come out of virginia chris long. Who's your another. Uva great and obviously super bowl winning nfl player. He had his water boys initiative. Which i think. Initially you partnered with right into right and then but And then now you have the have your own. The brogden family foundation. But this goes back to for you ten years old with your parents. Your mom's been chair the chair of the psychology department at morehouse. Your dad's attorney. You took a family trip. I think at ten and then maybe another as a young teenager to to eastern africa. What happened on that trip for you. So when i was ten i was able to go west after gamma in the second trip i was able to go to south africa. Emily which is southern. East africa And ghana saw the poverty for the first time in my life that people were going through. It was a different level of need That i had seen her experience. And then i went back when i was fourteen to me. The need and the poverty was even worse At that point. I'd i'd even as a young kid. I decided i wanna make a difference here. I wanna help. I may not have the means or The resources of the connections to do it right now but at some point. I'm going to come back. And i'm going to help in whatever way i can And then in college. I made it sort of you know you know. You mentioned my parents and what they do for a living. Education was huge for us. So i took my. I took my grades. I took my class work extremely serious. I got my master's that's what my thesis was on and Really focused on clean water and then after college. I partnered with chris long foundation to have hoops to and and abroad hoops to over to my foundation. And it just continued the work trying to help people. And i mean we're gonna see this in like climate change evolves in this world and we see migration become a big factor in this global crisis. I i only imagine the need for what you're doing malcolm and for what what other people need to do. Clean water the ability for people to be able to feed people in the world to be able to create clean water wells To build wells where communities where people were young people can go and be able to get clean water and not have to spend their entire day or their entire existence searching for it and not be able to go to school not be able to get an education. I imagine what you're doing and the the need has only become it's become more dire absolutely and you know when you foundation is a huge focus on equity gender equity and when you mentioned you know kids being having to search for water a lot of times the kids in the family and it's the girls that's why the girls education so heavily impacted. That's why they're at such a disadvantage to get their education and To really excel in life to get job opportunities after school is because their schooling is is at a huge disadvantage are not able to go to class because they're searching for water because they're out all day long having to do the grant of the of the housework including going and finding clean water for the family so it's it's becoming a bigger problem As climate change as you know droughts especially in different parts of africa there. They've always been droughts but then drought or getting longer and longer so it's definitely becoming more of a dire need for people especially in those world communities in africa. Different parts basket it to happen. Water malcolm when you when you talk right now within the players association and being a part of that executive committee and obviously there's a transition here. Chris paul's had two tenures. Essentially to four year runs as president and he stepped. You know. He did not run for reelection siege as a new president. When you're talking now with among your group and you guys talk with the league. How much still to you is there. How much uncertainty is. They're still on next season. What it's gonna look like for teams with vaccinations with certainly even with most players league are vaccinated mo- most team officials are vaccinated coaches but we're seeing vaccinated people test positive. We're seeing them. Get ill but obviously if you are vaccinated. You're you know in almost every case you're preventing yourself from becoming gravely ill and that's the important part but how the lee manages this going forward. How you guys manage this with the league. What what does that conversation like right now. In and how much still seems to be up in the air with one of their ongoing conversations. I mean these are conversations in the past that would before covet would end. Once a season started everything was set in stone. We had a cba. You know it was sort of a written contract that everybody would abide by. Now it's fluid conversation. Things are changing rapidly as the virus rates. Drop in increase You know we have to make adjustments you know where we see them fit So you know it's important you know we still have guys on where They're saying about two guys per team are not getting vaccinated. And that's been a big topic of discussion Because there have been some that are like no. Everybody needs to be vaccinated. This isn't a question this is killing people And then you know. I think most players even guys like myself that are vaccinated or like no. It's a it's a choice. it's a choice. You can be vaccinated get vaccinated or you cannot but if you're not going to be vaccinated this is what we have agreed on if you're not gonna vaccinated your testing on the daily is far more Throughout the season's going to be far more. It's going to be more of a hassle for you if you're not going to be vaccinated. You have to get tested more often but like you said the the the tricky part is even the vaccinated people are getting sick. So that throws a little bit of a wrench and unknown to everything because no one is safe but I think testing is is really the key. That's the way we can catch early and the way we can avoid as many disruptions this season as possible absolutely and so Malcolm so you guys will get together. The pacers will get together early for camp. You guys plan to get everybody back sooner. And you look at the eastern conference. Listen to pacers have been a perennial. Playoff team would savona miles. You now kerris..

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Sometimes the longer you stay in school maybe the more they pick apart your game or take you for granted or when you were coming out or maybe thinking about after your sophomore junior year. Should i come out. What was the knock on you. What were they saying about you that that you just weren't you weren't lottery. Pick even though history shows. Of course you should have been funny. You say that you're talking like your meat. But the stigma me was. I'm not athletic enough. The stigma was also bigger than me. It was on. Virginia had a stigma of not producing pros so it was like no matter how well i played they were like we've never seen these virginia cash. Translate we've never seen them. Come to the league. And ben good probes so there was a stigma me but also a bigger stigma and it was hard. I feel like me joe justin. We were able to break that stigma. That's why you have tie and de'andre in these other guys. They continue to break the segment but they came after us and people then suddenly realize like all. These guys are really good pros like no. We expect these guys to be slaughtering first round picks. They come from one of the best programs in the country. They dominated in college. Like now we're going to respect them as if they came from kentucky. Urdu we're going to draft them high and expect them to be really good pros so i think it was a stigma personally but also bigger stigma that Virginia didn't produce pros. And we've we've sort of broken that that glass ceiling and malcolm here's why that's even dumber because all anybody in the nba has tried to do for the last. I don't know maybe six years seven years the tried to hire your coach into the nba. I mean tony. Bennett has been the one college coach every year. Teams quietly reach out to tony. Every year says no thanks. I'm happy here. And so that always fascinates me. His players don't translate to the nba. Well then why did. Why does everybody want to hear the coach into the nba. Get yeah why are you chasing him. If he doesn't translate no no. I knew he was on the run for the milwaukee job when bodnars. I got the job. He was out there. He was on the run And you know. I think for for coach bennett. I think he's happy at. Uva he's not someone it's not in his character to be searching for greener grass on the other side. He's happy where he is. He's really trying to build something. He's trying to build a legacy He's trying to see his work through at uva. And that's what. i think. You gotta love about him. I think listen you you you come into the league you win rookie of the year and then obviously you grow with that with that bucks team and that core of jaanus in chris middleton when you got to the point where you know. It's funny when you're a second round. Pick your contract comes up quicker than the first round pick. Who does his rookie extension. It's it's it's a different timetable. And you were on that and it's usually rare that a second round pick becomes kind of player you do and then there's just like a quicker decision that's got to be made about your future and financially how it works and when you get to the point where you've got to decide between the kind of financial opportunity that was going to be there in a signing trade with indiana eighty five million dollars so versus what it might have been. Try to stay in milwaukee and either take less sore just say. Hey you know the messages financial you don't fit into the structure of what we're doing. And what do you remember about that crossroad. And it's it was just a decision you had to make as a player that that guys of your caliber typically don't have to make that early and it just again. It's because you went in the second round. Instead of the first and how the extension structure essentially a setup right will let me say there's beauty in going in the second round One year if your agents good. He can try to drop to a to a team. That is a better fit. Or you know you can sort of shape which team you go. And then your contract comes up sooner your second contract but You know during that period. I remember looking back on it. I took it very personal it for you as a player. People say it's not personal. It's just businesses out of business works. Yes but for these play for us. We're being shipped to help move to a different city. We're moving our family with us so it's a completely. It's completely uploading your life. It is personal but looking back on it now. I realized how much it actually is. Just business I was really angry about not being able to stay and get paid because that was ideal. I felt like man. I i did my thing. In milwaukee. I played well my third season. I fifty forty ninety How could they not want to pay me. You know my dad. I think my values But would allow the time in the nba. Which you think your value is or what you think you should get and what you're going to get are what someone else has plan for. You is completely different And that was a thing with milwaukee. Milwaukee really wanted me. They wanted me to stay. They were upset when they lost me But they don't wanna pay me eighty five for to stay. They didn't think i was worth eighty five to pay and stay Which looking back. Maybe they were right. They went ahead and one championship. I mean at this point. There are no hard feelings. I do think it's business. I think it's personal when you get moved but at the end of the day they're making a business decision based on financial means and and trying to win a championship malcolm. I'm fascinated by this. Your senior thesis at the university of virginia was what was on clean..

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Avert comes in as part of that big deal with brooklyn houston. And obviously they find. Luckily he gets his physical. They find a tumor essentially that they take out. He's able to come back and play but you didn't have them for a very long time and it's hard certainly coming off that and trying to integrate him into the team you got into the play in and you're out there. Did you get a sense of really what this team could be like with him with. Some bonus miles You know counter your core guys. Di- did you really we ever able to get a sense of last year of what this team might be able to look like honestly i wasn't I haven't over the past two years. I haven't gotten a sense of what the team can look like. Because when victor was here He was out he was out for majority. He was out for all last season and came back. Or all the my first season indiana and then came back last season just for a little bit before you know he was traded and then cares came you know towards the end of the season. So miles was injured when i came back. I mean we've had injuries to Big minute guys on this team and it just happened that non opportune time. So it's i haven't gotten a feel of what the same can become or or be malcolm you talked to rick carlisle about what this team needs and what it should look like. What were the one or two things are have been the one or two things that you've that you feel really important to get through to him about as a leader on that team is is one of the elite players. There we need. We need this from you structure You know. I think that's one of the ways just watching Watching film on his team's especially the dallas teams even when he was here in indiana. His team's thrive because he provided enough structure teams that have too much structure become robots teams. That have no structure play too loose in there to reckless to up and down Teams that have the right amount of structure have sort of the foundation that they need The sort of the motion offense that they can always rely on and fall back on but they also have the confidence and freedom to play their game. And i think that's what the balance rick carlisle will bring to us. Gatorade knows there are many paths to greatness. How you get there is up to you sometimes. You gotta grinded it out to get up early and put in the work even when you're not feeling one hundred sometimes. It takes stink focused on a goal. Knowing where you wanna be and you'll have to port everything in to get their other times. You just need to dig deep and show some guts to be brave and never let anything stand in the way of what you can accomplish. Then there's the days you just have to get in the gym and see some gains the put in all the reps and get stronger each day. But whatever path you take the greatness. Gatorade is there to help fuel. The journey because greatness starts with g malcolm having been drafted into the league in milwaukee. You were there largely at the ground floor of what became a kind of a championship journey for that group. You're there think your last game in milwaukee was the elimination game in conference finals against toronto. When you know that those guys go on and win what was it like to see the bucks kind of finish something off that you were there for a good part of that journey with most of the several. Think certainly the key guys who were teammates and guys you grew in the league with To be honest it was bittersweet there was a piece that was like man like There was no regret so let me say that there was no regret like man. I wish i would have stayed. I thought i think everything happens for a reason in life and i also think I made the best decision for myself. My family at the time and they're no regrets and becoming in the end. I i've enjoyed playing here. But there's you know there's also a side to it that you're thinking dang like I can possibly had a ring. Things don't always work out if you stay situation. But i can possibly had rang but you look at that time. You look at those guys at team. Janas chris They work hard grinded. they've been through a few coaches they. They'd been through some tough times. So i the the utmost respect for those guys For sticking with it in grinding. Because i think i think gagliano he deserves it. He worked incredibly hard That's one thing i always say about. Yannis he's an incredibly hard worker and they have to guys on that team. They just have good people. You mentioned jaanus and i think the people who spend every day with him obviously understand that the best. But we're you see where he in the ways he dominated in the finals and how he dominated to see where he was a player and how he kept working on his weaknesses and then turn them into strengths. And what i always really admire about him is you can be like if he throws an air ball if he shoots an air ball if he misses a bunch of threes if he misses free throws he comes back at you even harder. Doesn't you can see some guys who go into a shell and the embarrassment of it kind of makes them pull back and yannis is gonna come down on the next trip and try to dunk it on your head. There's just there's a relentlessness about him. That i think he sort of brings every day always has that really paid off for him right absolutely his him being. I think that's the perfect world him him being relentless is is relentless approach towards the game won't make some great. It's not the docs. It's not you know the stare downs. It's not the funny jokes in the media is his approach. Every single day he's relentless with his work ethic with us discipline With how seriously takes practice. Johnson's a guy gets in practice and we'll have a. We have a thirty minute practice. And have you know two five minute segments. that were live and he wanted to dominate both of the five minute segments like he wanted to dominate. And that's the relentlessness that i think separates him from ninety nine percent of the other. Nba players in the world to me. It's so interesting. Malcolm of how you came in the league into milwaukee and every few years. There's a guy like you who you're a rare four year college player who becomes essentially a all star level player. Certainly a borderline all star level player. Twenty points score in the league. We don't see much of that anymore and here you were three times all. Acc player of the year in the acc defensive player of the year in the acc. And you're doing at at virginia like you weren't hiding at some mid major and you go in the second round of the draft when you think back to it where you people sort of talk about this..

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"malcolm" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

"South. What do you think are we capable of change. I love by nature. Malcolm and i are delightfully canadian. Which is to stay incurably optimistic. So yeah maybe we can change probably not by much but it's worth a try and sometimes something opens up. That feels like grace that might allow us to look at others and ourselves with fresh eyes. Forgiving the unforgivable loving the unlovable facing the insurmountable and maybe the key is to start at the beginning and be willing to be changeable in the first place. Here's a blessing for becoming ready to rethink your life. Blessed are you who take the risk of standing stale right at the point of change though uncertainty and stress want to propel you forward blessed. Are you standing there at this new crossroads giving yourself permission to stay suspended awhile in the questions. Maybe this isn't. Maybe i don't want maybe i need suspended and the reimagining discerning.

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Some ways they each frustrate me because they are way more relevant today than they should be like. We should be looking at these words from nineteen sixty three nineteen sixty four and saying damn it was crazy back then but every word he says here is as relevant today as it was when he first said this. I clip that. I'm gonna play for you is probably it could very. Well be my favorite clip of malcolm altogether. I'm gonna try to post the video super-busy day to damn and try to post the video but he has a sly grin when he is speaking to a journalist who asked him. hey malcolm. Are we making progress in society on race and racism any flashes a big smile and he gives this answer and at the very end he starts smiling again and i think he was tickled even with his own witness. But let me play the clip. Feel however that that we're making progress in this. No no no. I will never say that progress is being made neck and my back nine inches and pull it out. There's no progress he pulled out. That's not progress. Progress is healing the wound at the the low made and they haven't even begun to pull the night trying to heal the wound. You have you have even admit the night to this is true. Is painfully true. Today that we're often asked like hey. Are we making progress in this. Like listen put in the knife in us nine inches and pulling it out six inches. That's not progress. And then he goes on to say is like you won't even admit the knife is there and best the struggle we have today like. We are regularly struggling to convince people that white supremacy is there that racism is there but in this next clip. I i have gone back to watch this clip. Maybe a hundred times. He's giving a speech and it's over fifty years ago but he's giving a speech about police brutality and how police will beat in batter us in the black community but then find a way to blame it on us but then he also goes in and talks about the criminalization of black people in the media and in other ways and it's a painfully painfully relevant clip. It's it's something that i share almost every year sometimes multiple times a year..

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"This can be look. It's a kid story. It's not supposed to be real. What's the big deal. Lora beth and malcolm's point is that the details actually do have a big impact on the way kids view and interact with the world and so things like saying glorifying vigilante justice or major plot point involving a woman giving up her voice for a man could be worthy of a little more scrutiny and it got malcolm so stirred up. He decided to dedicate three episodes of the latest season of revisionist history to identifying and correcting the wrongs of the little mermaid. He actually got a group together and they rewrote it. This of course is not a podcast about the little mermaid. My god could you imagine Thing bob's i got twenty. This is a podcast about places in the world but well. I was listening to malcolm's podcast series. Which struck me. Is that the thing that bothers him so much about the little mermaid. Do we imagine something and then come to believe that it is true we do it with physical places in the world all the time you know one of the things that i loved about the series is this exploration of the idea that from the moment were born. Were building a kind of mental map of the world of its rules of its geography of its places and that process goes both ways so these stories shape expectations but expectations shape the world. They shaved places And by expecting something to be we kind of call it into existence. This begs the question. Were their stories. You know and especially. I'm interested in place so i'm especially interested in stories with a well imagined sense of place narnia middle earth. What have you where their stories that you loved as a child or fictional worlds that you loved. Oh yeah. I mean the narnia books Obviously you know Lord rains all of those tolkien books. But much more importantly there was a series of books that were written by is an english children's book writer from the forties and fifties..

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"malcolm" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"Children in my personal experience are slightly psychopathic. Like my. i have a six year old. Who is a good kind kid. But he who villains. He always wants to be the bad guy. He could make disney films. They would just be an unstoppable robot that that crushes anyone who stands in his way the end. That's the whole movie. And so there's a kind of mania in in children and what they actually want from their stories. So one question i had is. It's not clear to going. I love the thing that you just did which was to identify a lesson. Flattering trade in your own son and quickly generalize to all children with a yes. Of course try nice try try. I'm doing this. And this is alice obscure a celebration of the world's strange incredible and wondrous places and that voice you just heard belongs to malcolm glad well author podcast her and host of revisionist history today. Malcolm is joining me for a discussion. About the way children's stories can impact our experience of the world inspired by his latest obsession with the little mermaid specifically his problems with the little mermaid and over the course of our conversation. We'll visit john mccrae's berlin seventeenth century england narnia. Malcolm's beautifully boring childhood home in rural ontario and explored the.

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"malcolm" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The mail please Malcolm died a document with you all day okay since we're in the mail bag what is that echo we were in the bed bag that we got this one from Max who says Kate did you know the top chef masters star that died of the corona virus wow I remember seeing him actually on that show because my wife is a big foodie where we have to watch all those shows any actually had a clever personality yeah Floyd car does I thought it was the card is about it's cargurus and he grew up in Mumbai so he was in India they came the United States and he was on the he was honest the show and won the show top chef masters on season three so when you win that show I guess you get like a hundred thousand plus and he donated the money to cancer research and people really like this guy I never I did not know him but he has just the best reputation and again he is chest the more you know just the world is shocked the world of the world that knew him in the world that watched him on that the two views of four time James beard award nominee and the author of two cookbooks one spice to spice and flavor wala so how about that and he had restaurants all over the place but bottom line is this that mean this is the sad part is he died at meridian health mountainside Medical Center in Hackensack New Jersey member Hackensack they were shut it down and he didn't feel well apparently when he went in he this is what happened though he returned from India through Frankfort Germany like on March eighth and he's feeling feverish he admitted himself to New York hospital believing he had the flu and you know then he went back in and we've tested positive and just it didn't take long after that and this is that's the kind of stuff that were again sadly hearing so thanks for pointing that out I did hear it because I was I was watching us paying attention that we move over to another one Brad listening to us he says somewhere on the east coast Hey they finally pass the the stimulus bill I have mixed feelings about it but I think people need some kind of relief conversing things tank right and left you can only paint so much of a silver lining on things Kate before it's just too damn tough for everyone it is paper after all these have the same attitude as I do my friend yes that is exactly what's happened and you know again the unknowns are so I mean they're so they're so out there around us there's so many on now owns that we can't you know we can't even begin to figure out how to I think some people can't begin to figure figure out how they're gonna travel all of it and you think three hundred million people then you break it down even further than that lives colliding except for who gets what he has a small business more in a gig economy so a lot of people fall into that whole small business thing and I think yes the stimulus bill is crazy at two trillion but so necessary I mean people need a bailout the fact that taxes are being collected in taxes aren't due until July will help but because we don't know when we come out of the other side of this what we're finding also when I've I've seen this with a lot of companies is they're pushing off fees or dues or whatever until you you know for a couple of months or you can pay it later after this thing blows over and then there's conversations about mortgages so here's what I would say for anyone listening since we've gone down this path I'm not gonna go too far down the rabbit hole anything that you have that you that is too especially if you have a small business and you're in trouble because you've been forced to close that that whole thing and you cannot work from home make those phone calls call the small business administration maybe you can get a loan or.

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