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Fresh update on "mane" discussed on The Read
"Her apple tree. Next sopping hot tonight. So the the timberland swizz beatz created verses program maga del running quite strong the latest episode featured to atlanta heavyweights with gucci mane. Deguchi me If you haven't manners going up against yanji aka jay jenkins my So here's the thing. I heard about this when it was coming out and i was like. Oh that's cute. Apparently they'll probably have a lot of fun and that was the end of it. I completely forgot about the history. No guess it's very blatant that. I'm not from atlanta and i'm also i didn't like okay but also this beef goes back like fifteen years. I was probably just leaving high school. Oh no i remember this but yeah apparently back. An five gucci had been in an incident where four men like rushed into an apartment that he was a visiting a friend in and there was an altercation and gunshots and that led to one of four men who happen to be jesus friend losing his life. Now i also read that jisi had allegedly set that whole thing up for gucci killed at night or whatever. I couldn't find those details trap. Which song was there when he the none of. I'm talking about g when he put the ten thousand dollar a hit on gucci shane. Oh ever like..
"mane" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown
"Four four enjoy. Everyone can use a little comfort. This holiday season and with casper's black friday sale. You can give the gift of cozy bedroom with up to thirty percent off during our best offer ever need a gift idea. Wrap up the calming weighted blanket. Smooth silk pillowcases. Or a plush pillow then treat yourself to the ultimate comfort a supportive and cooling wave hybrid mattress new deserve shop. The black friday sale for up to thirty percent off in store or online at casper dot com terms and conditions apply casper dot com slash terms for more details. I do ask everyone is is podcast is called beyond the and i just want to know what is beauty mean to you. Beauty means to me I'm to say joy joy and happiness. I don't like to use. The word happened because i think that can change daily but i would say joy when you're at. He's you're satisfied when you think you announced and you really don't care because at the end of the day was on the outside is an alien in you really at the point. You like what you don't care to me that's beautiful. That's beauty confident. I'm happy in me. It doesn't matter what someone on the outside tries to come in into to give to you. Because i think that's what people do they try to give you their opinions and their judgment but at the end of the day. If you're consent you're happy with you. That's that's the true beauty beauty. amen amen. So what's your daily skin care and make preteen. You always look put together. I never see you without without a face on. Oh thank you Rarely rarely i do. Yeah these days especially this pandemic. it's about i'm really On treating inside. Because i think outside of just reflection of that so i tried my best to stay as healthy as i can force Hispanic it's been challenging. We are dealing with these extra weight in pounds. But i will definitely say. I try my best to drink as much water as as i can. That was something that really had to force myself to do. And i'm proud. Say because i just because you don't like something. What does that mean. i can't say i was a bit water Person who loved it. But knowing that i'm a person who knows the benefit of it is automatic. You going to do these. Things are gonna help you. And i like to say that because i don't want people to think just because you're doing something you may not necessarily joy to exercise you may not enjoy the water but to me the benefits out. Try it. trump's that any day. I try to do the things that i know. I'm supposed to do just to again. Make the outside says beautiful and healthy on inside and what are your bad beauty habits or bad habits that get in the way if your beauty i will say my habits is i have the type of scheme will i have to cleanse it at at a minimum of twice a day at a minimum. If i want to make sure that it's healthy and that may not be for everybody. But i know myself and i think sometimes especially when. I'm not wearing. Makeup is easy for me to kind of fall into like. Did you do your skin care at night. And i'm like i know why should i have that kind of scared that if i don't is going to show and i think sometime where make academy because his forces me to kind of like a really treat my skin but i definitely think is really going extra mile in the in the skincare department and that is something i'm like. Okay let me let me step that up. I have to do a lot better than that. So do you have one product that you can't live without run product x. without i would say is The main sapolu vitamins That created because it's much more than a hair vitamin and that trying to help people from a perspective if you look at it. There's really no sustain as a hair vitamin or that if you getting benefits from a vitamin that means your body needed. So if you take in skin vitamin what matter what it is would if you're getting those benefits that means there were some kind of iron deficiency. What you just needed more of it so i think that's something i try my best to do all the time with. I'm trying to grow my hair and that it's something that's good for the body as a whole and like that. So courtney i could talk to you forever. I don't tax do. Because i have things on my head that i need to ask you but Where could people that are listening find. You learn more. You know everything. Where's the best our death. Nisei courtney delay dot com. I try to house everything that i'm working on their all of the brands. So even some of the more fun things you know networking things but definitely be housed on my personal website. And i think that's a a leeway to all the other things don't work in supporting adelaide dot com where they can find. Well i i am so glad you were on this podcast. I'm very honored. I think you are something else. And i can't wait to. Actually i feel like i know you but i wanted just hug you so i can't wait to see you in person. Thank you and thank you so much for this. You have no idea my team. Always say courtney. What makes you excited. This made me so excited. I'm honored like literally honor afraid bobby brown now so thank you so much. This is well worth it in in will need it. So thank you for including me in this all right. Thanks so much for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. And wherever you listen to your favorite shows. I'm holly fry and i'm tracy wilson and together. We host a show called stuff. You missed in history class suggests we talk about some things that maybe either you didn't remember from history class or they weren't covered at all there have always been women in history. There have always been black. People in other people have colored. There have always been people over the lgbtq a spectrum as a part of the historical record. 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"mane" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown
"What are you doing with the information like. You're not doing this just the top doing if you like. I've been through this lady's i've been through this guy's and these are the pros and these are the kinds so i really listen and i let it i. Just i'm in awe of not only what you've done with that company but what you're doing now so quick talk about some of your other ventures. Yes yes we can. So that created the may choice also created ran accompanying that's caught overly is a branch of my trojan. Three transits names felt even at that time. You know you can have a vision and just because you have a vision. That doesn't necessarily mean you're acting on that vision like today and this is a vision that created seven years ago at the exact same time. I make the main choice. I said you know. I wanted to create like this mother brand is holding brand that i am creating sub brands underneath of food tergence services. I don't care what it is. And i only do. I wanna create more risk for myself. I want to invest in people as a whole but everyone knows. I'm very passionate about women. I want to be able to invest in women who are trying to figure out they got it you know. They got the did idea. They made a half resources. Jewish trying in this. Like how can i create like the safe place and this is something i did. Seven years ago only has not been active for seven years until i went through the acquisition. So today what i'm doing with that is again. I want to invest in a new brands. I wanted to invest in brands who have been established. And it's like i need to scale. I just need some extra resources. I wanted to have this oleo of this. Multiple a group of diverse brands. And that's just something i'm passionate about. I'm passionate about brewing brands. But i'm more passionate about rowing people who are trying to grow themselves in just need a little help. Okay i definitely would love to have a conversation with you on that because that's really awesome and then the cool coffee click What tell me about that. So to crew copy click is going to be asked to speak to an existence but just a revolution in a hot beverage industry. It's about taking something after. That brings us all together there. Some powerful things. I think we ruled in that just having this conversation in the morning there is some powerful things conversation beckon go on just having a cup of coffee and that's like the meat of the brand is much more than just another coffee blair. But it's a community is a community. We build a community of like minded individuals who are trying to stay at life in just one it comes together and just to one another so i would definitely say is community based coffee brand but you know my face to face three. I would love to turn it into a brick and mortar base three. I will love to turn into a french. I so people who are interested in starting a business can. Can you know in buying sue an amazing concept already. Have it has been ruben. So is the lab is a lot. Well i can't even get all this stuff straight. Because i see like a bunch of other really interesting. Companies here from foolproof body to the entire baas talk. Which is your podcast your competition show and your conference i. I don't know how you do this. That's that's yeah so tell me about those because those you know really should take up the whole hour but tell yes and you know you've been people been asked me because everybody knows that. I'm rebranding a foolproof and that really haven't spilled the beans on what exactly what is it so don't even today i've got i think that'd be cool to share. It does actually every what are you doing. What else did you say you bring some more. But it's actually going to be a hygiene collection so it's more of a health and wellness so anything that's related to female body is what we're going to be expanding that brand with from sanitary napkins to feminine wise spending hygiene thing that under that umbrella We will house under both for body because it's also a weight loss supplements. Yes so now that would be just a piece of the overall and then talk about an. I don't even know. If i'm saying right as baas the so the boss bob so like it's a black we're bosses but you know we're gonna take up the s s because it's a lot more to just be supervision over. Someone is a and i think it. You don't have to be a boss to own a company. I think people can be voss over their household. How do you run your household. You know what i mean. How do you want your life your career your family. And that's what the boss is all about. It went from a platform to a conference to today. Have a conversation with network. You know turning into a television On television shows so Is definitely taken on a life of its own. Wow wow and it sounds like the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Your daughter is the youngest. ceo to target. Tell me about. Tell me about her company. Yes so my daughter tracy here bowl. She has off things girly you know. She just recorded her first single. He's six years old. I have two other children and she's six years old this six six six years old and she's the ceo of her own company. Yes yes she is like a little me as an adult that me as little courtney. But she's this she's she's been here before a lot of people say every four. And and how do you manage your life with your husband. I mean he's a doctor. yes he's he. He still maxine. No he's not no he's no is. It's been a while. I think after year two in business i think we decided that you know it was probably best that he stay home for time Because listen i travel a lot. Said how old are your gimmicks and how old are the case are six eight and thirteen. Oh my god yeah seen have a try. My amazing no amazing. I mean there's so. I literally i'm just so glad i've got you on speed. I could talk to you forever. If i ever feel overwhelmed that i'm doing too much. I know who. I am calling. Jeez i'm not even going to ask you the same question that i asked so many people about like. What is being an entrepreneur. Mean to you. Because i'm not asking you that question it's just live. Hey i'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because i'm not famous but i did start a men's grooming company called harry's the idea for harry's came out of a frustrating experience i had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced over designed and out of touch. At harry's our approach is simple. Here's our secret. We make sharp durable blades and sell them at honest prices for as low as two dollars. Each we care about quality so much that we do some crazy. 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Control of House and Senate at stake in 2020 election
"Is on fire tonight They are raising money like crazy to take back the Senate and beat President Trump Help me help everybody. I just named Lindsey once assumed to be a reelection shooting Senator Lindsey Graham fears for his South Carolina Senate seat. Graham's worries reflect a broader Republican trend for the GOP currently controls the U. S Senate with a 53 to 45 majority. Polling suggests that Democrats might well sees the Senate on Tuesday. The outcome is likely to depend on 13 key races in 12 States, Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, two races in Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas. Elena, the as the Palace just discussed Joe Biden and looks like the favorite for the presidency. Basically, the collective massive pundits believe Democrats will secure the House your thoughts on the prospects for Democrats in this final week, pushing through to try and take the Senate as well. If Biden's popular vote of eight and maybe 10 points holds up, That's the kind of mandate that you see that will sweep in the Senate. Pat will wrote, remembers 1980 when Reagan won a landslide and brought in 12 Senate seats. There aren't 12 to be had this time around, but I think they're potentially five and if if The numbers are as promising as they look, It could be more than that, but I'll settle for five. That'll give the five net that will give the Democrats a 50 to lead. But look at Arizona, Martha McSally. Is likely to lose Tio former astronaut Mark Kelly in a state that normally goes Republicans. Now it's a toss up state where Biden has a chance, and Trump goes in there, campaigning and humiliates MC Sally. Says, Okay, you can come up on the stage for one minute and that's all because he's furious at her because in a debate, she was asked if she Has confidence in the president trusts the president on virus or so and she, she wouldn't say, because he's trying to protect your seat. And so what does he do? It just throws her under the bus, and then you look at a Colorado Cory Gardner is going nobody even Basically talks about him potentially win the anymore Ah, heartbreaker. Is it Susan Collins in Maine? Who was a she is the most bipartisan senator. She has really had good relations and in political circles for a long time she's running for her fifth term. She won with 69% of the vote six years ago. But the country is different. Mane is different. She is a very difficult relationship with With Trump. She doesn't really support him, and Republicans don't like her for that. Democrats will forgive her for supporting heaven after the Supreme Court. So anyway, that's if you can run down all they're all they're all only seats are Heartbreakers, actually, for the people who were running into the people are contesting. Okay, Pat. Your thought I do think that I mean, Eleanor is correct. I think if you get a much closer race, and Trump does well in these battleground states And if Trump her had perhaps should win. I think you would cut the Democrat ganged 23 or so and they're going to lose that fellow in Alabama James. I think the Democrats have given him last rites already, So I think you do. It's him and the Republicans would be able to hold the Senate. But again, it looks to me like a abiding Democrat year. If you had to put the house on it, and I'm not gonna put the house on the right that backs. Okay. Of course. That's Alabama. Doug Jones. There demagogue. Jonesy seems to be the only one really in problematic territory, but your thoughts on this out That's right now it's looking very good for the Democrats there. Arizona's certainly you know that Martha McSally and Ah Ah, the sheik. Excuse me, Kelly. I think his example of where Donald Trump's worst enemy is his own fragile ego. Hey, here's a case where my salad could use his help, and he wants to keep that a Republican majority. But the first thing is that she insulted him by not being more enthusiastic on this on the stuff for him, and so she has to pay. And this is just a typical Trumpian reflex that has really done him in right through his presidency. And even I mean, that's right that that Ah Trump had AH, Couple of unfortunate turns, namely, couple of crises that were not of his own, making the way ready to that the Corona virus and the national racial reckoning, But you know, we elect presidents to take care of crises. Be ready for big surprises. That was a very important test that he failed. Okay, show Michael your thoughts. So I think that if vice president buying does win, Tom, I think Democrats would more than likely take the Senate. But what's more interesting is not just the federal racist. Tom. What's even more intriguing, I would argue, are the down ballot races at state legislator legislatures? I believe that Democrats were more than likely when the majorities and and several states which in turn would enable them to redistrict in many, many State, which I would argue would benefit Democrats going into 2024 beyond. And that's in part attributed to demographic changes. Demography has drastically changed electoral maps as we know it, and I think the Republican Party as a whole nationalist somewhat behind and so I think that the ramifications of this election are far greater than the presidency far greater than the U. S. Senate for Republicans, you're talking about seeing several states like a Georgia maybe even a Texas If not now, definitely by 2020 for that air drastically changing from the way they were 10 2025 years ago, two more purple states that air certainly more beneficial and leaning towards Democrats. And that's a recipe for disaster for Republican Party that is still struggling with diverse communities. No,
Boston - Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Putting Razor Blades In Hannaford’s Pizza Dough
"Two main Now, where officials say a man suspected of putting razor blades into fresh pizza dough sold sold it a supermarket chain has been arrested a customer of the Hannaford grocery store in socko Mane. On razor blades in a Portland pie brand pizza dough, and the man was arrested in Sunday arrested on Sunday yesterday in Dover, New Hampshire, is a former employee of a company called It'll Be Pizza, which produces that brand of pizza dough products. Police have now expanded their investigation to include other suspected tampering cases and Hannaford. That supermarket chain has recalled all dough and cheese products made by that company at its 184 stores in New York and across New England. 56
"mane" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Train Gucci Mane like that real 92 3. Way to be my way. Big Mike, you know, get off. All right, then we could just make it bears in that West rock star that I wanted. And I just be honest that just came from when I look at you Just keep Honey. When I told these honeys, I hope that way. Wei Wei Aroma model man, It does. Okay. Camille got off on the Big said I got a bridge big headed in a like chief showing myself chicken like Donna broke Mom's build another I wrote him Take team going on the show. I got the whole crowd with red on top, Not free telecom A treat When adults see me like a thief in the night and stole my ring. I mean, working off the same like a whole new.
There's A Better Way To 'Dub' Movie Audio For Visually Impaired Fans
"How much blind people like to watch movies and that there is a special feature that allowed blind and visually impaired people to do this, so just like you would do close caption. If you couldn't hear and have subtitles, What they do with movies is besides hearing the people in the movie speaking, they have voice actors who are describing the scenery what the characters look like what emotions they are displaying On DH since 2017. The Americans with Disabilities Act has required movie years to do this. So if you need the service, you'll get to the theater. You'll ask for a headset in a transmitter box and then it's also baked in the DVDs, just like the subtitles are so here is an example of that. Here is the Lion King and a little bit of what it would sound like if you watched it. If you were visually impaired, hundreds of animals gather at the bottom of pride rock a tall, flat ledge that towers over the rest of the Savannah. Zazzle, a small blue bird with a large deke flaps to the ledge. He vows to move us a powerful, dignified lion with a thick red mane. So this scene didn't have any touch. Besides asked the music Yeah, but I just wondered, how would they do this in a scene with a lot of dialogue, like if there was two people arguing, and they were speaking very quickly. I feel like it would hardly be hard to say. Her brow wrinkled up when she was angry. His lips were pursed. The wallpaper is green. Well, why don't you find a scene like that? And then play that for us will wait. His brow is first. Yes, the blue Bird was very angry. So the reason this article came out that was not to just describe that this service exists. It was saying that this doesn't exist for foreign films that only exists for big Hollywood films. And the only reason that it does is because of several lawsuits. Apparently, Netflix, Lulu and AMC all were either suit or settled out of court. Because people said, Hey, you have to provide these services. Eso won per Joel Snyder. He directs the American Council of the Blinds Audio Description Project. He thinks that the reason is that they don't think there's enough money in it that these foreign films don't bring enough money and at the box office, so it's not worth it to go through the trouble to adding the surface are sorry service. So are they susceptible to a lawsuit? Then if you want to see a great foreign film, and they don't offer the services, or is the law just indicative for big movies, Big commercial movies? Yeah, I couldn't find anything like that. It just said, like, why don't you look for that more weight? Man, you're a joke, and I don't like, click the button, and now I can't find my Eleanor. Eleanor again. Idea what you look for the answer that and then we'll wait. Animals hundreds of animals, So the reason that this came up was because the film parasite that won best picture at the Oscars was the holy nominee in that category. That didn't include the audio description, so nobody who is Blind or keep seeing in Paris. That's not how you say it. What is the issue of visually impaired could watch that movie and that was very popular. So I think that's what brought it to the officials. Face turns bright red with embarrassment, eyes this too many, John Think three was funny for that is the rule. By the way you
Dr. Andrew Weil - Spontaneous Happiness
"Doctor Wyle. Welcome back to the show. Thanks good to be here again while we got a lot to get into really enjoyed our first conversation and we got into a lot of different stuff and I wanNA take time and get into some new subjects get a bit deeper into some of the stuff we covered last time but you're such a wealth of knowledge and have so many different areas of expertise would I decided to do was pick one of your many books which I pick spontaneous happiness and Kinda use that as an underlying. Theme for our chat today. Okay. So a lot we can get into within that. But first of all, let's talk about your post you put up on instagram yesterday you you shared a short video of yourself eating the prince, which is a mushroom I hadn't heard of this one before. So tell me about in how long have you been consuming it well, it's one of my favorite mushrooms. It's not a common one I found that various parts of the country the property where I live at the moment in British Columbia they come up. At this time of year and sometimes in the fall, it's a big. Very Meaty, beautiful mushroom us, fairly easy to identify. It's related to the button mushroom. That's in that same family. It has a very strong fragrance of almond extract that persists when you cook the mushroom. So it's just delightful and I was so happy to find these and they tend to get attacked by insect larvae very early on. So it's hard to find a specimens that are intact and the ones that I found your so far have been completely pristine. So sliced them up, sauteed them in olive oil little salt and pepper, and they're great knifes some more coming up that I'm going to. Pick today Nice. So you're foraging those rate on your property. Yeah. Yeah. Just a few steps away from my house. Very cool. Any other mushrooms or any other forging going on this time? Of Year the Mane Mushroom time here is the fall of particularly october-november. This been an unusual season here with a lot of a lot of rain cooler temperatures. So we also had Shanta rails fruiting, which normally don't do that at this time of year. So I had a meal of those as well. Nice, and with the whole pandemic going on I know normally spend the summers see where you're at now and the. Winters down in Tucson was a hard for you to get up north in get to your your summer home while fortunately I married a Canadian last year. So I was able to get in as an immediate family member. The border is still closed. Congrats I didn't know you'd gotten married congrats to that. Yes. Thanks. So what about the gardens? How're the gardens doing? They're fantastic it's unusual weather. There is a very hot early spring here, and then it's been cool and rainy but things are doing really well I've been harvesting lot of lettuce herbs potatoes tomatoes aren't right yet corn is tasked. Laying beginning years I have a lot of bees I get a great deal of my food from the garden. Let's talk about besides the food and this ties into the whole topic a happiness that we're going to really dig into talk about on a mental and spiritual level. What do you get from being in the garden while first of all to connection with nature and when I was looking into the reasons for the epidemic of depression that we have in North America, you know one of the factors in Addis disconnection from nature I mean there are many other factors, but that's certainly one of them. Even been described as nature deficit disorder I. Think any way you can connect with nature spending time outdoors. If you're stuck indoors even being around houseplants or companion animals is helpful but I, think that's something we really need for mental emotional and spiritual well-being right and talk about how you go about incorporating houseplants in tier environment in the home and specifically what that does. and My home in Tucson, my home is really filled with house plants here in BC. Since I'm not here, all year, I don't have plans inside but I have a you know an incredible landscape and forest here and and Garden Bing around plants makes me happy and I'm very tuned into their well being you know people talk about having green thumbs or Brown thumbs I think it's mostly a matter of paying attention that if you pay attention plants, let you know what they need or what they're not getting. Have you always been a green thumb or something that took you a lot of years to get to. Now it's from early childhood and something I got from my mother that she got from her mother even though I grew up in a row. House in Philadelphia had very little land around it my mother and I would garden we plant sayings and Plant Bulbs and that really awakened my interest in the plant world, and ultimately that led me to be to study botany as an undergraduate.
"mane" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"We keep it going back to back hits. 29 like that, don't you, Captain Gucci Mane. Way to be a way. Wait, they might damage just rock star. And Debbie at one. And I just be honest because that just can't front When I look at you Just keep honey When I told these honeys I hope that way be wait, wait. Runaway aroma model tremendous don't care. Camille got off on the big Ball said. I got a big bridge, big headed and like, she said, the m sure myself chicken, like, ever done broke Mom's pills giving up this road takes aim on the show. I got the whole crowd with top Not free, like, um, a treat. When I don't see me like a thief in the night like stole my ring. I mean, working another scene like a whole new way. Way ay, ay ay With Ryan Seacrest on 80 40. Number 28. So you're going on account? Until you called me one of those things you do and you're lonely and you're all about.
Taiwan's military chief among eight dead in helicopter crash
"Investigators in Taiwan a trying to establish the cause of a helicopter crash that killed the military's most senior official general shiny mane was among eight people who died when the helicopter came down in mountainous terrain near Taipei five people survived the main political parties have suspended campaigning for next week's elections because of the
"mane" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Out this is cracking in Atlanta how much is this hidden like in everywhere else and I remember a couple of years later I was somewhere and our appeals on radio and I was like okay I didn't realize that this was going on every well then is about twenty ten and I'm talking to my homeboys in Canada and I was like Oh wait a minute so y'all own this to like this is a thing you know this is really kind of blown up some kind of surprise is like in the last few years that it really hits you visit made it behind his all those years like an old five even up to ten just making music for like my community my friends even though like you're saying there was going to counter I hadn't been account data had been to a lot of places when my muse traveling too so it a beat me there reno so people telling me that man they going crazy over you in Cincinnati they're going crazy for you deal or Columbia South Carolina but a lot of places I didn't I can feel the impact I can only feel what was resonating Atlanta so but it was good graduate I was like if I can just Miss Atlanta please dumb Dan I felt like it was the hardest people so once I got grooving his your like the rest of the world if you if you can make without a dope artists there you got yourself and I was kind of an especially like with beats that you were doing it kind of ushered in a game changer in terms of the sound rather say so much now sounds like three six mafia stuff from like the late nineties and early two thousands but a lot of that is really starting from the sound that I think that you were coming out with in that same time period are you a person who got into this just because what it can do for your really loves music in that way it's Kinda like both it I think it can be both our has been a fan of music my whole life if you know just a big just rap music just because I had an older brother see she's older than me and he was just was held on what was high from Ll Cool J. from from La Cou Jada Ryan DMC Kumo de light so I always kinda got like a secondhand takes from him right so he kind of like set the standard of this this is cool this is the person was going on so when you when you tell you gotta sixteen year old brother now he's twenty two years sixteen it's Kinda like game advantage over the guys at my age so it's like ours you know what's going on because my older brother so I feel like I was a little faster so they kind of gave me the low for music right and once I once I start said Hey I wanna be artist I want to put out music I'm going to be serious about it I kind of knew who I liked what I want to sound like and the people that I liked a lot was the Memphis rappers so influence my style because I was like it's not so much of a I want people to embrace me like how I felt like I embraced him I felt like there was real I really like what they were saying I connected to it I felt like project pet chicken ABC's Mafia playoff flash skinny pimp these large my brother was buying these artists music planet in his car because I'm still young he's twenty two so he's planning and it's like man I won't you know I feel like I respect to those artists it wasn't the same feeling that have different artists so when I started being rep I want people to feel and I don't want to I want my whole thing was I just want to connect with them and then feel like man I love not just my museum I wanted people I mean he real- what he's saying is the truth right and the whole thing once you connect with people like it doesn't matter the quality of the music I don't care at the point you know BG Rapper or see murdered a bitch rapper easy to rapport like I said a bird I felt like the people who was cutting to check there was more grounded in reality that was doing stuff in the hood they was real right so that's what that's what I want to hear this how when people feel about me about when they talk about how good packwood's that's like saying about how good he would about what he means to the people who into a now as a writer I'm curious influence you because you always had a real clever turn of phrase in waited you did and I don't know if you thought about it when you got started in that way it was just about the music and a large sense if I think about it now when I first right because I'm trying to think what do I draw my passion from I would say maybe my mother really she was a schoolteacher and when I first started rows always say I started writing an essay intro by the conclusion because as I like this I was in college at that time had just graduated twelfth grade so when I started Ryan I rouse our right defers second person at Thurbers saying to somebody told me to write essays the same way my mother right essay so in a way data from my style because I felt like I had to get to the end how our bring you in I will try to draw you in the second part I kind of like you know our try to hit like three styles about three different ways so it Kinda made me made me endlessly creative inexpensive right I'll just I'll be having experiments people like why you picked that beat reprimand the chain my voice changed my Katie changed my style I was treated as almost like it was a project right how would I sound if I were up on a New York person beat the even though that wasn't the incident but how would I sound I would get like middleman tapes you know Ramon Cassette Station just rep over his sounds like the one he did with Mary J. Blige I just just to see that not even not even get to see how it sounded and then I'll go record a song Zeh just about practice on different people the and then I wrote to his beat outside and wrote the song to a New York beat right and it goes out it is making sound Kinda like though it off a little bit but as it'd be Eh Ziglar you mob how'd she feel about all this is the way I apologize she passed away in January of this year but I'm pretty sure she she was she's proud of me hits you it 'cause recent recent I dedicate my last my mother and my father and my dad passed like two years ago too so both of them just now passed away you're like I remember my brother used to try to get into game and my parents teach also man who's a hall I'd still to my mama to try to get her I believe that this is that it wasn't what he needed to do to be clear he has regular job he's doing very well but I remember that that was the hard thing it'd be like now I'm trying to I'm trying to do this my mother told me don't so you don't you should not be a rep you should just get a regular job because like you said she had and it wasn't a it was a practical at practical advice because she had josh the thirty years and my brother had a job he worked with her for like twenty years so she may you know you need to come down where it with us this is a practical thing to do you know over rapidly there's GonNa really work and I was like I'm tangle now when I got jail my lad I like this what I'm GonNa do not trying to go to school you know start wrapping should like you don't even know how to we're up you know you know you'll know nobody in the industry I don't think that's a good idea just like that like when we still try to think I'm like I said I told her like I may once on okay now you know I mean getting good feedback on it so I think I'm going to pursue it was almost like a business it wouldn't even know all over the places like I don't think you should do that and this is why right now like we're this is why I'm GonNa try I tried to delay experiment people like in Madurai because by then you will grow man so this isn't like I'm asking for advice as much as just let me know what's going on it was a grown man but it was it was like a transition appeared it was like when everything was expose had lost a scholarship no cottage I just got out the jail I have a lot of money at the time so it's like you know she has seen me up even ause like twenty one twenty two she likes what you're GonNa do with your life now right I mentioned earlier that you would put out your autobiography which is very good it's very interesting sort of thing to do how did like who's the person to approach with the idea of doing that I had engineer Emma engineer was the first person to tell me shield product try to write a book while you locked up I was putting out a Lotta I'll put a lot of mistakes thousand jail and I was working with engineers are you know like let me hit us on just put out on my hard drive like the first three or four months I got got arrested and about three or four months and he would let man what you write a story about your the people would be interested in it and I was just thinking about it and then I was like man Oneida round ended up did it before so I just couldn't s in there Dan two weeks semi try and I just wrote like pages in a row I just finished up and I never even tried it and it just I started from like you know when I I just had a bookstore aw man I started writing I just to store like mailing it to people let them see what they see in Melbourne Timmy nearby you gotTa keep going this is something is interesting that you wrote because very often these autobiography is com normally just somebody doing interviews with writer and then they take it all down and try to like Redo your words in paragraph somebody helped me with it yet but I started by myself right was it helpful for you I'm like wow you were passing the time just to have that to do it it helped me change my life Reina Book China my life we can again me closure it helped me get out of jail and you know feel like initially because all these are a lot of those things and those in the book I was it was a.
Mogadishu Mayor Dies of Injuries From Suicide Bombing; 3 Days of Mourning Declared
"The way it is three days of mourning being declared for the mayor of Mogadishu Abdi write him Omar Osman he died after sustaining injuries in a bomb attack at his office last week this money based al Shabab said the female suicide bomber used in the attack had been aiming for the new United Nations envoy to Somalia the American James swan but he left the office just minutes idea six other officials were also killed in the attack we can talk not to be sees Tommy allowed a PO at to find out who exactly hi Tommy who exactly just reminders who missed always been walls well Mr Altman is was a man who had served his country for four years I mean he's a D. was a do you will you U. K. and Somali citizens so he also spent time the naturalized British and he worked in the local council in E. laying in London and you know came back to Somalia and served in the government in various capacities as under the ministry of treasury it twice as a minister of information spokesman for the president governor of Baghdad region so this is a man who we know was well known within the country well respected known for his work it particularly in in pushing for but development in in in in Mogadishu alone just that what he had pushed for example for repairing roads and trying to get you know all the kinds of urban developments will getting women as well involved in and and in a lot of development issues as well so he was well respected both locally and internationally and well liked as well by the people of Mogadishu at the U. K. ambassador to Somalia band fender treated this he said to a good bye to him he said to add to the public seventy he said kind and gentle colleague friend he said you have been called away much too soon our hearts are so heavy today we woke join hands to continue the work you started than Somalia we will bill Somalia in the in in your memory and you know what what sort of impact to tell me did he make in Somalia well I mean that those tributes have been have been coming from far and wide I mean we see even the response from a lot of the the as you mentioned the international partners but you know particularly in Somalia you know he was known locally as engineer yeah I was sold which translates as a young engineer just relating to you know goes with the kind of the work he had tried to do and and just making Mogadishu a better place fixing infrastructure and and a lot of reconstruction work but he also you know spoke boldly against al Shabab and and you know was not afraid to to take on them but but he was also a man known locally in terms of politics and and how he wanted to justice for all you know to be dealt with a lot of people who he believed locally had been fueling in security so this is a man who was out spoken but at the same time somebody who seemed very accessible to everybody seems to have a story about him yeah an al Shabaab was chased out of Mogadishu right in twenty twelve so war what state is that the group in in terms of fits presence in some money at the moment well I mean which we've talked about this many times on the on the program I don't think much has changed in terms of the two sides you know the the Somali government is still trying is still getting the support from its international partners but at the say you know to to fight aus about but at the same time also Bob still maintains this presence almost like an ever present form in the flesh of the the the Somali government and its people and it continues to target government that seems to be its main it's it you know its mane HM yeah it wants to be a government in Somalia we so even in the statement that it made about this particular attack it also like to play up its own achievement so it said he was trying to target the U. N. envoy in we have no proof that they were able to successfully follow him I think this is pop possibly a part of that propaganda to make it look as if they dare a more powerful and instill fear in among the peoples that's what else about his doing but it's also going to new frontiers for example two weeks ago or there about we saw the attacking Kismayo when they hadn't attacked in years so this group is still powerful still a major threat in Somalia okay the BBC's tell me a lot of thank you very much for
"mane" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
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Liverpool 2 Newcastle 0: Mohammed Salah and Sadio Mane send Reds into second
"And stronger next year and then we retreat again like somebody said all you got to get to me the other day to be careful chelsea might i'll make the champions eagles like great like fantastic if we're not going to make the champions league is like europa league i don't mind being out of it last season when we won the premier league which was great to win the premier league we one in the champions league it does help thus help you have a bit more energy chelsea comes down to it wiped zone wax overly much approach the approach roads liverpool to newcastle nil yo can clubside spoils former reds manager rafael benitez returns rand field goals in reverse and nishel twins most saleh and saudi oh man they give the anfield faithful i get an ms and them give the anfield faithful a routine win and put a sevenpoint cushion between their side and fifthplaced chelsea you you reverse initial twinsies d m david moyes that feed more one of his truck seats for you could wear i saw diego maradona i'll take him as well here's mine jeffery please listen to eliminate or at least pathetic beer and and roaches good morning bill i am the roads well approach might reverse twin initial yoga as brendan road with diego maradona my speed animal y k liverpool's front three against newcastle's well drilled by five and a row the fat marks until the foyer of minute the oaks you can play arson and the joy of the ox in this liverpool side is just the directness picking the ball failed running at the cure panicking defenders claim most sell it the what he does nutmegged goals thirty that the season is cotino missed wisey macy's not messed carry us strong german risked when called upon his release on his confidence which he picked up from a puddle around this toes from last season and i think a fascinating story in the shadow of liverpool's goalscoring assassins but new less remarkable at second goal clot porn dave knows one of those amazing two runs it it just didn't look like anything to place running down the centre sort of center insideleft channel you play the ball on the ball wide that's what you do in football now is amazing and monet infamy note combining and then at.
"mane" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"mane" Discussed on WTVN
"Mane news radio 610 wtvn heim troy adams twelve thousand students have been displaced as well as hundreds of teachers after the shuddering of ohio's most popular online school the electronic classroom of tomorrow or iccat now columbus city schools are helping those displaced students get back into the classroom ornate hours tell me about two hundred new students in all are now at registered and set to move forward with their education with columbus city schools we should also point out today that iccat was a part of this we had iccat councillors on hand a few them and some four ecus staff members they were working with columbus city school representatives to try to make this as smooth possible i talked to one of these former iccat worker she said she was in tears most of the day not only because of the students she saying goodbye to because also she's one of eight hundred eight employee's who just lost their job abc six is rob wells a man fell about thirty feet from a balcony at an apartment near the osu campus friday night it happened around 9 o'clock friday evening and crews are still investigating how it happened at the apartment in the 1500 block of worthington street the man was rushed to ohio state wexner medical center by emergency crews his name and condition have not been released the number twelve ranked women's basketball buck eyes got the win over the michigan state spartans at home yesterday for the final score of seventy eight is sixty two guard kelsea mitchell scored twenty three points to become the big ten's alltime leading scorer guy said to be a prior a conversation is absolutely wonderful ungrateful i'll know fares are fast already amassed over the same about it but i'm gonna say allies at thank everybody this corrosion letting me and i appreciate how to support the buck eyes are in action again on wednesday when they welcome the penn state nittany lions your abc six first warning weather forecast dense fog early today than becoming mostly sunny and pleasant for the afternoon in forty seven a few clouds tonight dry and colder with a low down to twenty eight snow showers likely on monday mainly in the afternoon breezy and cold with a high of just thirty six degrees i'm troy adams more news at the bottom of the hour and ondemand at.
"mane" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM
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"mane" Discussed on The Big 98
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"mane" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"Two not other rise the other yes yes everybody can just just opened that just a little bit the us and with that comes the ability also to listen to the other yes the ability to listen mane's there must be a little bit of space in the eu a little bit of awareness in eu true listening implies that you are still while you're listening to give you a complete attention to the other and that's that's changes the relationship then it because it brings in the spiritual dimension the transcendent dimension whatever you want to call it you need to be able to bring the stillness into the relationship home and another thing happens when you listen to another in that in the still moment when you're listening you are not only aware of what the other person is saying in that stillness you can also feel deeper essence in the other human being beyond the words that he or she is speaking why can you feel it you could feel that deeper essenes in the other because in that moment of stillness you can feel it in your cell you can only do that though when you become aware enough about your own south to know that you are not your thoughts yes and so that when you see some somebody you know raging against the world yes you have the ability to step back and know that they are not their rage with that beneath the rage beneath the anger beneath the pain beneath the sadness spinneys whatever their showing to you there is the pierre consciousness that is also you yes yes well if we all could do that then we'll need for us to have this conversation but you're right yes despite the level of suffering people are inflicting upon themselves and on one another do you have hope that people will wake up yes it's inevitable for consciousness to arise more fully on the planet because it's part of the entire evolutionary impulse of the universe is tools consciousness so it is a rising it can be delayed and that's not a bad thing delays can only ever deepening effect ultimately what's the way forward.
"mane" Discussed on The Big 98
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