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Maxine Waters: 'To Hell With the Supreme Court'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Maxine Waters: 'To Hell With the Supreme Court'

"Here's Maxine waters, another stalwart of the 2022 Democrat party. You see this turn out here? You ain't seen nothing yet. Women are going to control their bodies. No matter how they try and stop us, they help with the Supreme Court. We will defy them. Women will be in control of their body and if they think black women are intimidated or afraid. They got another thought coming. Black women will be happy. We will be out by the thousands. We have about a billion. We're going to make sure we fight by the right to

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The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

"Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Democrat from Ohio. Congressman Jamal Bowman, New York, Cori Bush, Missouri, Veronica Escobar, Texas. Espella, Democrat, New York, Adriano. Representative Garcia Democrat, Illinois, representative Sylvia Garcia, Democrat Texas, representative Joshua gottheimer, Democrat, New Jersey. Representative raul grijalva, Democrat from Arizona, representative Steven horsford, Democrat Nevada. Representative jayapal, Democrat from Washington, representative Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan. Barbara Lee, Democrat California. Tom malawski, Democrat New Jersey, Marie Newman, Democrat Illinois. Alexandria cassio Cortez, New York, Bill pascrell, Democrat, New Jersey, Donald Payne, Democrat, New Jersey, Ed perlmutter, Democrat, Colorado. Ayanna Presley, Democrat, Massachusetts, Mikey Cheryl, Democrat, New Jersey, a billio cirez Democrat, New Jersey, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat Michigan, Norma Torres Democrat from California, nydia Velazquez, Democrat New York, Maxine waters, Democrat California, and Bonnie Watson Coleman, Democrat from New Jersey. Those 27 Democrats are simply evil. There's no political back and forth on this. Any Democrat, any Republican, any, any politician should be able to say, should protesters are marching sometimes violently on the houses of these Supreme Court Justices, of course they need 24/7 protection.

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This Republic Can't Move Forward With the Left Dividing People

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last month

This Republic Can't Move Forward With the Left Dividing People

"We have no future like that There is no way this constitutional republic moves forward In a society where the left can say whatever the it wants whatever it wants summer of rage I've thought often about burning down The White House that diploid Madonna Maxine waters If you see Republicans out there whatever you confront them you tell Trump supporters I mean if we can not simply can not continue forward as a republic I mean that again in the literal sense there will be no republic left If the left is hell bent on creating a system where one side has access to due process both legal and moral and the other side is nothing and is to be treated like a second class citizen second question and a bunch of dogs You're to be treated like animals Well muzzle you when we see fit will accuse you of the most awful crimes being a racist of trans a phobe homo foot any time you open your mouth we can not continue forward The good news here is I'm telling you the tide is turning The left is tried this model so many times folks there's a shooting Oh you're all murderers you know civil liberties advocates that fight for the right to defend yourself in the Second Amendment You're murderers If the race there's a narrative of race narrative to be played you did this Fox News killed people Dan bongino Tucker Carlson you killed people You got blood on your hands They've tried it so many times The good news here is it's wearing off You can only be called this stuff so many times before people just start to gaff you off

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The First Story About Baby Formula Shortage

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last month

The First Story About Baby Formula Shortage

"And so right before the show began I was wondering what was the first article on baby formula shortages Now I don't know if I found the first one but I found one that's three months and one week old Three months and one week old By my calculation that's 13 weeks ago CNN business of all places Long young Is a new mom living in a constant state of anxiety The state of February 8th The constipated news network For the past several weeks following the premature birth of rich twins Maxine and Lawrence yen has spent hours every day searching the Internet or making phone calls trying to find more baby formula to buy for them I'm a first time mother There's already enough anxiety with that she said my husband sees my stress level and he's worried Jens twins were born in early December arriving 6 weeks early 6 weeks early Oh Are they considered babies Nonetheless although breastfeeds and although she breastfeeds them Her milk production isn't enough to nourish both of them sufficiently Now she's worried the stresses and feeding her ability to produce milk even more The twins require specialized hypoallergenic formula to help them gain weight and they get nutrients they need I just can't find that formula anywhere she said She's doing daily checks at nearby Walmart target CVS stores only to find the product as either out of stock or on back order With no clear indication of when it will arrive she's even had to deal with a confirmed order getting canceled

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Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes

"Yesterday we talked about the group rise up for abortion, which is really just a front for a shadowy revolutionary Communist Party group. A Maoist organization founded in the 60s by bob, avakian. Now, interestingly enough, some on the left don't like that group because they call it a cult. Which seems very apropos. Now, another group that's actually getting probably more attention because they were the ones that actually doxxed the 5 out of the 6 conservative justices, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, is a group called Ruth sent us. Ruth sent us is asking activists to target Supreme Court Justices who may overturn roe V roe V wade with demonstrations at their private homes. Now, can we just state it? As a simple, clean fact here that you should not protest at private homes. You should not confront or get in their faces as Maxine water says, when people are out in public with their families, this is not appropriate. If you don't like somebody, you vote them out of office. If you don't like somebody, you can go on Twitter and say something mean and nasty to them. That's fine. And there might actually be free speech on Twitter moving forward with Elon Musk taking down. You do not, and I repeat, again, do not protest at private homes. I think it's just important to say that it's idiotic. It's stupid. If you're a conservative and you're considering protesting in front of, I don't know, justice Kagan's house because you think it's respect that she or one of her clerks were the leaker. Don't do it. Stop. It looks bad.

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Durant, Nets rout 76ers in Simmons' return to Philadelphia

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Durant, Nets rout 76ers in Simmons' return to Philadelphia

"Kevin Durant scored eighteen of his thirty four points in a dominating first half before the nets completed a one twenty nine one hundred blowout win over the seventy Sixers you just talk to some bigger to be gone when the game started so I would love to play felt like it was something that I feel like at that point it's the big night Maxine or somehow it was it was like night Seth curry added twenty four points and Kyra Irving had twenty two for the nets who led seventy two fifty one at halftime and were up by thirty two in the second half former sixer Ben Simmons was booed as he watched from the nets bench recovering from a back injury it was his first game back in Philly since being traded last month Joel Embiid had twenty seven points and twelve rebounds for the Sixers but James harden finished with just eleven points I'm Dave very

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Eric and Brandon Straka on the Hypocrisy of 'Liberal' Free Speech

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Eric and Brandon Straka on the Hypocrisy of 'Liberal' Free Speech

"You did nothing wrong and your words are being twisted. And we have to push against that. We have to say, this is a free country. I can say whatever the heck I want. The idea that using those terms would lead people to do, how many senators were killed on January 6th? Oh, none. How many were shot? Oh, zero. Oh, I'm sorry. My words, you know, this is you understand that a 100%. So anyway, but that's the narrative. So keep going. Sure. Yeah. And as long as we're on the subject of speech for a moment, too, I mean, there's as with everything this enormous double standard that's taking place because we know that for years, people like Maxine waters were out there saying that if you see people who support the president's form a circle around them at the gas station, intimidate them, threaten them, things like this. I mean, that to me is actually a very egregious and intimidating threat, whereas I think saying something like this is a revolution and we're not going to just hand over the election. I think it's a far stretch to assume that I'm signaling violence to take place on the next

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Maxine Waters Pulls Race Card in Voting Debate

The Larry Elder Show

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Maxine Waters Pulls Race Card in Voting Debate

"Outcome the race card. We have two Democrats. Mansion and cinema. And they are holding up the democratic agenda. They have decided that they are going to stick with support of the filibuster. And they don't care whether or not they undermine the rights of minorities and blacks in this country. You know, blacks have thought very hard to make this a stronger democracy. We've worked very hard for equal rights. We've worked very hard for civil rights and voting rights. And these two are basically saying to us, they don't care. They don't care about us. They don't care what it means to weaken our ability to participate in this democracy. Si, keep in mind this bill would not require any voter ID. Every vote would be able to request a mail in ballot without having to submit a voter ID.

A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 6 months ago

A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

"There is a piece in epoch times. About Robert Malone, virologist, immunologists, who contributed significantly to the technology that allowed us to develop these kinds of vaccines. Here's what the headline is. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Doctor Robert Malone Warren's parents, on COVID-19 shots, as you know, during the campaign when I ran for governor, I was asked by Joe Johns of CNN about Maxine vaccine for children. And I said, one more time, children are not likely to get sick. Not likely to get seriously sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. And they showed that, and then Joe John's voice over said, but that's not true. According to the CDC, yada bloch et cetera well, this is doctor Robert Malone, who contributed a great deal to the technology that was used to develop these vaccines. Here is what he said and I'm quoting. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Because if something bad happens, you can't go back and say, whoops, I want to do a do over.

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Ron DeSantis Stopps School Mask Mandates

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Ron DeSantis Stopps School Mask Mandates

"Now, Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, put on a tour de force when he was attacking Joe Biden for the Maxine mandates and says municipalities do not have the right to impose these kinds of mandates in my state, and that's why I stopped it. These are bad for the radio. But cities like Santa have trended in policies that they think are bad for them. Why is it okay for you to violate you sort of dependent upon rule but it's bad when so first of all, this idea that somehow conservatism is about like local school boards. It's the United States of America. So the state, the states are the primary vehicles to protect people's freedoms, their health, their safety, their welfare, and our constitutional system. What Biden is doing is not constitutional.

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Remember When Maxine Waters Encouraged Supporters to Harass Trump Admin Officials?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Remember When Maxine Waters Encouraged Supporters to Harass Trump Admin Officials?

"I want you to remember just a couple of years ago when Maxine waters, they're not related. That's one tee. I think Jesse has two teas. Maxine waters was out there on the streets of Los Angeles, telling her minions to rise up and absolutely harass conservatives. Trump supporters in the streets at restaurants at bars at gas stations and every conservative in America was outraged. And you know why they were outraged because the Democrats did exactly what Maxine waters said. And you had people like poor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, eating at a chicken joint in Virginia with her family and she was literally thrown out of the restaurant. We can't be doing that as conservatives, ladies and gentlemen. That's just not who we are. It's not right.

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"maxine" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:06 min | 7 months ago

"maxine" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"And another that introduced the word. Now, how about you? Because you know this woman, and she invented this word from page 92. The word is glinda. Let's hear it in your voice. A verb I, Louise John crawl in this case, invented. It is a hybrid of glimmer, linger and mingle. Active musing. Faye had not been in May involve ambling meandering roaming, flickering or weaving through gathering. It stayed varies from walling. And curiosity whimsy and dash of mischief. I blended through this anthology and enjoyed it very much. And now Pepsi with peaked people's interest where can they get this anthology? Probably the easiest way to get it is by contacting serenity press they'll post it directly to you, any good bookshop should be able to get it. And there is a bookshop in setting, which presently has apparently 9 copies. Both the trip to send to get it. Yes. Betsy poppin dick is one of the 40 contributors to south of the sun, Australian, fairytales for the 21st century, which asked directly for Gran ups. Thank you very much, Patsy. And now it's David's turn. Poetry is a powerful force and my guest today, Maxine, the neighbor clerk, uses her pin and her poetry to challenge readers about the treatment of women about our politics and even our environment. So maxing, welcome to three CR. Thanks, David. It's nice to be here. I'm going to begin with the provocative before I do. I'm going to have to apologize to the listener, because I'm about to use the F word, but I think it's appropriate in this instance. I said, get the fuck back. I'm warning you I've got poetry the hands were trembling their eyes were wild and I could smell their fear. There's a delightful humor. Is this poetry? But also an underlying path when it comes to what poetry can achieve and the role of poetry in our society today. Yeah, I think that's something that intrigues me, you know, this conception of poetry. And I think it's something we still learn at high school when we study poetry that's kind of the love poem, Shakespeare's love sonnets and things like that or Kate's owed to aggression urn that poetry should be really an ode or anthem to something glorious. But this idea that it can also be a weapon or a shield. Really appeals to me. But the way you go about it, it's almost through the humor. But you will, as we will find out, tackle some very powerful issues. Humor and poetry is also something I appreciate, even though I'm dealing with quite heavy topics that ability to kind of do something that gives the reader a giggle, I think I sometimes lean towards. The anthology is called how decent folk behave. And we find that line in the poem something sure. And again, this palm works on many levels. Sit down here in our baby stop that fidgeting. Listen big and understand mama's got a school you that something sure for you grow into a man. I know you're young and I taught you well how decent folk behave. But if the time comes, everyone is your mama when it comes to saving. You've got an almost impossible challenge that you've set up for the mother and child here. And an educated woman trying to inculcate something into her very young child. And yet.

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Panthers find ways to rally again, top Blues 4-3 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Panthers find ways to rally again, top Blues 4-3 in shootout

"The the Panthers Panthers fell fell behind behind in in the the first first period period again again in in the the second second and and once once more more in in the the third third but but they they kept kept putting putting shots shots on on blues blues goalie goalie ville ville Husso Husso and and finally finally emerged emerged for for three three winners winners in in a a shoot shoot out out Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart jammed jammed in in the the Panthers Panthers second second goal goal from from the the crease crease or or a a best best when when we we come come in in waves waves we we all all want want to to play play the the same same sort sort of of game game you you know know I I think think guys guys are are are are are are starting starting to to feel feel comfortable comfortable in in nine nine and and and and and and you you know know find find their their roles roles and and and and and and you you know know it's it's a a fun fun way way to to play play one one when when you've you've got got that that many many guys guys that that can can contribute contribute Maxine Maxine ma'am ma'am and and scored scored Florida's Florida's other other two two regulation regulation goals goals while while Anton Anton Lundell Lundell and and Reinhardt Reinhardt scored scored in in the the shootout shootout St St Louis Louis that that minder minder who who so so finished finished with with forty forty eight eight saves saves I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Parton, Oh, Biles and teachers named 'People of the Year'

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Parton, Oh, Biles and teachers named 'People of the Year'

"People people magazine magazine is is including including a a country country music music icon icon and and a a gymnast gymnast in in its its twenty twenty twenty twenty one one people people of of the the year year honors honors Maxine Maxine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine Dolly Dolly Parton Parton is is being being honored honored by by people people for for donating donating a a million million dollars dollars to to fund fund coated coated vaccine vaccine research research seven seven hundred hundred thousand thousand dollars dollars for for Tennessee Tennessee flood flood victims victims and and her her imagination imagination library library project project which which is is given given away away nearly nearly one one hundred hundred seventy seventy million million books books to to children children under under the the age age of of five five the the country country legend legend is is joined joined by by Olympic Olympic gymnast gymnast Simone Simone Biles Biles whose whose focus focus on on mental mental health health quote quote redefined redefined what what it it means means to to win win in in sports sports actress actress Sandra Sandra oh oh for for fighting fighting Asian Asian American American hate hate and and the the nation's nation's more more than than three three million million teachers teachers people's people's honoring honoring teachers teachers for for having having gone gone above above and and beyond beyond to to ensure ensure our our nation's nation's kids kids have have bright bright opportunities opportunities ahead ahead despite despite the the challenges challenges of of the the pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Rep. Maxine Waters Resorts to Racism Excuse Against 'Evil' GOP

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 7 months ago

Rep. Maxine Waters Resorts to Racism Excuse Against 'Evil' GOP

"She was talking with Jonathan K part on MSNBC. Want you to hear what she had to say. The American people are going to be able to distinguish between us and them. And in the final analysis, we're going to win. We're going to beat them. We don't take anything for granted. We know that they're evil. We know that they lie. We know that they don't give a dawn about facts. And so we've got to overcome that with the truth. They're evil. I mean, that's a strong word of evil. Oh, worse than that. Worse than that. Evo. When you see the kind of attacks that you have talked about already, that's constantly being made by them. That's evil. And I want you to know, I'm under attack also. They tried to send to me. And of course, we beat them back with our slight majority that we have. And even, you know, Marjorie Taylor Greene, I believe, has something up to expel me from the Congress of the United States. Can you imagine people with this kind of attitude? And these kinds of actions. And this kind of racism that they just play all the time. Talking about expelling me or anybody else from Congress when, in fact, they shouldn't even be there. Yeah. I love that racism. You know, they want to expel you because you're black, right? Maxine? What is worse than evil, I wonder? What's worse than evil? I don't even know what worse than evil would be. I guess maybe just a Democrat.

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Kyrsten Sinema, the Enemy Within the Democrat Party

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 9 months ago

Kyrsten Sinema, the Enemy Within the Democrat Party

"I'm joined by byron york. Who wrote yesterday about kristen cinema. The democrat marriage zona who does not agree with the largest that democrats want to spread around the country and in response. The new republic called her a traitor. The nation said how she is sold out the original story of kristen serve the senate's new super villain and then matt iglesias. Kristen cinema must be stopped. In the era of trump that would have been seen as a threat byron. Well done yesterday. I don't think the left is going to ease up though on their new. Michelle in coddle. In the new york times today calls her many names. That's right. I wrote it before. The new york times published the stories. That that simply. What's wrong with kirsten senna. Yep so as a matter of fact after the bathroom incident which occurred in arizona. she's flying back cinemas linebacker washington and. She's harassed on the plane About daca so i listen. I think the the remember there was a there was a period of time when resistance forces who are harassing Ted cruz they harass. Sarah huckabee sanders. Actually restaurant kicked her out and virginia And there were a people. Like maxine waters saying that anyone who supports trump should not find peace anywhere. You shouldn't be able to fill up your car the gas station. You shouldn't be abaya a gallon of milk at the grocery store without having to face the consequences of your political positions. Clearly that seems to be now directed at senator senator cinema.

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Do You Do the Right Thing When the Federal Government Refuses To?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 9 months ago

Do You Do the Right Thing When the Federal Government Refuses To?

"Texas is now in the middle of the greatest constitutional question of the modern era and outside of the constitutional question because the constitution is a moral document. It is a moral question and the moral question that texas has in front of them is. Do you do the right thing when the federal government refuses to do what they're supposed to do. That's the question. Secretion collins over there dic- christian great event hosted by the way about a month ago. Great to see you. So that's the question in front of you and front of texas right now where we know that one point eight million people have illegally crossed from the southern border so far this year but i think all of us were kind of activated into kind of into a place that we haven't been in quite some time where we saw twelve thousand haitians in del rio texas cross illegally into our country for five hours. Dhs and border patrol sat there and did nothing now ought to be very clear. Dhs border patrol our american heroes. They are under orders to do nothing. It's not on them but the people did do something. The border patrol that decided to get on a horse get criticized by the national media of whipping these criminal haitians even though it's a rain. Or a bridle horse number on a horse in her life. So i don't know what they're talking about and they say maxine waters comes out says this is worse than what we saw in

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'It's Worse Than Slavery': Rep. Maxine Waters Attacks Horseback-Riding Border Patrol Agents With Whips

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 10 months ago

'It's Worse Than Slavery': Rep. Maxine Waters Attacks Horseback-Riding Border Patrol Agents With Whips

"Wonder if you're a blacklist to america first or black voter what you think of. Maxine waters saying the photographs of customs and border patrol agents using the reins of their horses bridle to stay that animals and protect them from illegal. Aliens who on american citizens is worse. Then slavery now. I'm no historian. But i've seen roots which by the way if you're not familiar was ally. The author had to admit that he made it up. You know couldn't akin tae not actually a real story but the imagery is accurate if not the individual person and the story. Slavery involved the selling of human beings by black africans to white traders. They're being carried over the seas in the insides of ships in truly inhuman conditions. Worse than any prison with disastrous survival rates to arrive on the shows of america and many other countries brazil as well brazil had more slaves per capita than america ever did. I wonder why brazilians don't have inherent racism in their culture. Like we are told we have here thanks to the purveyors of crt and then they were treated by mostly southern democrats owning their plantations as chattel a fancy word which means property like a horse like a donkey like a meal like a bale of hay. They were prop petit. They were shackled. They were beaten. They would torture. They were killed. With nary a consequence for those who kill the may were lynched linked mostly by democrats or members of the k. k. k. which was a democrat organization. But that the lynchings the beatings. The murders was not as bad as the image of a customs and border patrol agent. Doing his job on the border

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Rep. Maxine Waters: Treatment of Haitian Migrants Worse Than Slavery

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:14 min | 10 months ago

Rep. Maxine Waters: Treatment of Haitian Migrants Worse Than Slavery

"African. american political leaders are up in arms about the guy on the horseback maxine waters. Who will never be accused of being the smartest member of congress. But she's one of the longest serving. She had the perfect reaction to the image on twitter. That showed the border patrol agent trying to do his job on a horse with rains. And of course this got turned into black haitian innocent people being whipped and caned and so i mean it's insane and we know what's happening. The left found it's distraction from the real crisis which is the thousands and thousands of illegals across our border and of course biden secretly. Free them last week. The by administration said that the haitians who camped out would be deported but very very large numbers of them are being planted into the united states has been revealed by american officials so it was another lie right up there with. If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor right up there with everything else. They lied to us about biden. Said that these haitians would be deported and they are not they are being dispatched into the united states in quote very very large numbers so the democrats are in a free fall. They got a panic on their hands. They got a real this this a dumpster fire if there ever was one so thank goodness thank goodness they say for the picture of the guy on the horse with the rain finally congresswoman maxine waters has something to complain about what i what the fall off escape pearl violence. Did you hear what. Maxine waters said standing out there in the rain with a bunch of women with umbrellas. It's a it's a urkel site. It's pouring down rain. There's like twenty women in her standing in front of a podium under a microphone of course all wearing their masks outside because that's how they roll what we witnessed was worse than what we witnessed in slavery. The guy on the horse at the border with the rains is worse than what we saw in slavery. Let that sink in.

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"maxine" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"maxine" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Who are the the last people that i wrote about in china man and i want to take larry heinemann. Who is coming here soon. I think to speak and He he wrote palko story. And i think he's coming out soon with another book about war. And just maybe about six veterans. Including a maybe. A family of chinese-american warriors. That i know that they served in the last three wars and the father actually was Was a tactician who had sent his own son into a battle in vietnam in which the entire platoon was killed except for his son. And this family. These just scare me. You know i was having dinner with them. And the and the sons were all going on with their battle stories and the and the mother of this family the wife of one of them said oh i knew you would all come back only the good die young and so i. These are some of the people that i want to take on this on this charge journey to meet with the With vietnamese buddhists and to meditate with them. And i want to write what happens and how what happens when these people meet then in case they do not enjoy meditating and eating vegetarian food. I want to also take them for a week in paris so i need enough money to do that. Okay take about a dozen people including their wives and girlfriends. Because i think it's important to bring the all the people that have supported these men and got them from. We're with them from the time. They were warriors to the time that they are living as peaceful productive citizens.

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"maxine" Discussed on The Bible and Coffee

The Bible and Coffee

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"maxine" Discussed on The Bible and Coffee

"Uh i think one of the most powerful things that we can do as christians is sit at the feet of our elders and learn biblical knowledge. And i'm not talking theologians. i am not talking those that have gone through bobble seminary. I'm not talking about that. What i'm talking about is sitting at the feet of people who have been led by the holy spirit and one of those people is is my aunt maxine wallace. He has been teaching a bobble customs. imbaba tom's class. For over thirty years it has become a rite of passage for the kids that go to southwest arch of crossed to be able to go through my aunt's class and it's not just sitting there in class. it's not just being regurgitated. What comes out of the curriculum but it is actually to to learn to put hands on to touch to feel to build to be a part of this time in which we we have no clue right. We're learning from all of our series an in the past on this Misreading scriptures through western is that we don't have a clue sometimes as to what the scriptures are talking about. Because we don't live in those times and we don't even understand 'em or grasp them so it is my honor in amy's honor to bring my aunt into this interview as we're closing out our book. I hope you enjoy it. There is a lot of information. Did i tell you my aunt's eighty. Did i tell you. My aunt teaches nine months out of the year. Next time when you're asked to teach for three months ask yourself this question. Can i give up more than three months. Can my class become a right of passage for the kids. I'm teaching to. What can i bestow on my children and the children that god is handing me so that they can take on to future generations. That's what we're trying to do with this podcast. Like i said it has a lot of information. I want you to listen to it. Go back and listen to it again. even listening through the editing. I've learned again some things that i had already forgotten. So sit back. Get your coffee. throw your headphones on. Don't let anybody interrupt you. Pray that the holy spirit opens up your eyes and your ears to this wonderful woman in the information that she has to share with us. Thank you for listening. You.

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"maxine" Discussed on Bliss of the Abyss

Bliss of the Abyss

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"maxine" Discussed on Bliss of the Abyss

"Macdill aka ruskin denmark. That's made a specimen person talking to you and this week we have maxine evans writer director producer. Friend maxine is a wonderful raconteur look and lovely guest and she has produced a remarkable number of amazing things as a writer. She's been in charge of us. Shows like god crossroads all coronation street. She's also written for film fatigue v. She's one woods for example the altius award and of course best new play at the office. the off west end awards which also nominated for outstanding achievement at the elevators so Just a ton of of success and she was actually recently in time by jimmy mcgovern for the bbc. Who's actually one of my favorite writers and we didn't get around to talking about that And in fact there was lots of showbiz stories. That i know maxine house and we just didn't get to because the conversation took the way that it went But yes she's Worked with all kinds of amazing people across a glittering career and i actually got to know maxine through mutual friend and friend of the show sarah crowding who introduced me to maxine. Because maxine does amazing actors headshots. So anybody who needs photos taken if you're an actor or if you just really need some promotional photos taken some pr shots get in touch with maxine. She's an obsolete pro. She knows what to do and she makes it look beautiful even if like me. You are slightly less than But this is just a really interesting conversation that bubbles and bounces along for our of your time so without any further ado. Enjoy the conversation between me. And maxine. Rachel evans brilliant. Well then we go. Welcome to base. Maxine evans good. I'm very very good. Yea yeah brilliant. Now do you have a middle name. Because i just gave you a name and i just realized. Maybe you've got a middle name. It's rachel rachel. From now on. Not seen rachel evans is my. Did you have any nicknames. Growing up. Oh god lord no. It's my my neighbors. Used to call me max. Bean maxi packs muck serene. I mean just stupid. Nothing to do with the range of everything to do with maxine maxima when we started using latin every thought that was really clever. Maximum maximus maximum. Yes okay yeah. I did you have any now. Did you have any cruel nicknames. Maxine you strike me as that. You were popular all of your life and you've never had to undergo any stress and it's been plain sailing all the way i'm all right absolutely no i mean i mean you know i was. I was fat. So obviously you know maxi. Fat fatty fat maximus all of steph. A man and then being a chubby child. I i've always loved red hair. But i loved red hair when it wasn't really fashionable..

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"maxine" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"maxine" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"The garment industry. An colombo There's export processing and export processing zone in these state. These garment workers like live on. The outskirts are around export processing zone and she told me about.

"maxine" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"maxine" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"A gender disparity there well You had a fixer sneaky. In posing as a buyer at a wholesalers operation and got to senior a lot you maybe weren't supposed to Quoting here from the book through a haze of cigarette smoke. The wholesaler informed me that is clients included forever. Twenty one which. I believe based on the display of ripped ash acid wash jeans. He showed off and that was just the beginning. Can you take us through your adventure that day. Yes so. I i in in driving this area. You just c The denim capital of the world. Basically you know as we were driving through to get to speak to this man There was just like open. Warehouses where people were sitting on stools like just onto the street Sewing and finishing on an like really just a denim city And so then you know after driving through that in parking Going up to this man's firm Yes he. This laid a plethora of Acid washed looks bomb. And i present at the time and i wasn't wearing any makeup and i was just very innocently like asking him questions and i think that Innocence help our preceived innocence. And i like i've never been. This is so fascinating to me. I've never gotten to do this and How does how does this all happen. and so you know he showed me and i we went and he you know he took me. It was the showroom that we started in and then he took me upstairs to where they were doing. The finishing and so that was just piles of half-finished genes. You know that would be definitely failing. Any review And these like piles and piles of jeans People hunched over sewing machines. And then i said like how. Where does the where does the denim comfortable like. I'm just so curious. And so then he He said oh. It's i think like my cousin or something and i was like. Can i see it. I've never. I've never seen this before and so You know he was very kind and he sent me with his assistant You know down a drive and i. It was quite terrifying. Because there were i think he was like watching three different music videos while driving with like three different phones displayed in various parts of his car. And we went to We went to the. That was the wash house on. And the and the we've it was in the same patient And that was very different from any wash house that i have seen where there was just chemicals sloshing onto the floor. I was very lucky that i was wearing rubber. Soled shoes that day because they were just like it. The floor was just full of chemicals and then on the side of the building was Were missing different steps along the way and i remember the driver. The ceo's assistant is kind of look we didn't he didn't speak english know Speak nandor kind of looked at me funny like are you really gonna do. This kind of look. Gingerly went up and There they were spraying on notice spray. For finishing on the denon which i then later researches a unknown percentage and one person was wearing a mask But that was you know. That's the part that were not supposed to see and then i left thessaloniki. We say goodbye. I went back Without the driver anybody on the company and i went back and just saw that the effluence the chemical stuff that was on the floor. Just there was a A pipe that just went straight into the river and i went into that river that was like black in oil-slick and bubbling with chemicals in. I walked away in on an you know you saw there. Was this quiet setting of agricultural plots next to this. Black acrid river To which the. I went back and did desperate search about how the health effects of all those chemicals no on the agriculture that on the agricultural products are then consumed in those areas. It's pretty devastating. What what we're doing that. We don't see. The human cost is.

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"maxine" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"maxine" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"Us were both walking around. Getting strange looks from trade show vendors when we asked where the made in usa products were and what their supply chains looked like eight or ten years ago Let's slightly slightly less strange question to ask them now As we both persisted with that question for her it is led to the creation of a new book that we'll be discussing in a moment here. The book is called unravelled the life and death of garment the book explores in great detail. The end and lifestyle cycle of denham from fibers grown in the organic cotton fields of texas through wash houses in china cut and so in other countries the marketing and distribution of finished products. And what happens when people eventually throw them away and We'll have a linked by the book in the show notes. Of course maxine. Beta welcome to american fashion. Podcast for having well thanks Let's start with zedi what is ad. And where did the idea for that. Come from so Xavi was a fashion company and we got started in Which is no longer. I should probably make that housing shutdowns eighty to start the new standard institute. Which is the organization. I run now. I can kind of just walk through that. Trajectory also explains the the book but basically zedi was. It was meant to be at the outset. Kind of the whole foods of fashion. It was supposed to be before hosted by amazon. Of course it was supposed to tell the story behind. Beautiful product in. What ended up happening is as we tried to tell the story behind beautiful product which is why like you. I was asking a trade shows where the product team from I quickly realized the quickly realized on eighty team that there wasn't a company that we could turn to that really knew its entire supply chain And so that then adds eighty led us to start down this path of creating our own products our own garments and we went on to the actual supply chain and understood what it meant to farm what it meant to ranch what it meant to die to spin to we to cut into so And through that process at eighty we would put out these kind of vary like hid pick super user friendly diagrams about the impact of the industry. And we would get brands much much larger than ours reaching out to say like thank you so much. This information is so helpful for me in my tea. Not that saito's like what you don't you don't know this stuff And it shouldn't like now of course. In retrospect they shouldn't have been surprised. But i wasn't the time and what i really realized is If i really wanted to make an impact in the industry it wasn't going to be through the creation of more clothing as low as much as we were working to reduce the impact on. If i really wanted to create impact it was gonna be through clear information and education And really bringing the scientists that i was getting to engage with on bring bring them kind of front and center in the conversation because you know up until very recently And i would still argue today. That sustainability has really been a conversation led by brands. And so that's meant something very specific and hasn't necessarily meant You know he been in line with planetary boundaries in which people are parody fit fairly paid. So that was kind of the impetus to really knows. It was definitely a difficult decision to Closed downs eighty. He like what were you doing. What are you doing but I remember kind of speaking with Are our person who ran. Pr jaclyn jose. Wouldn't it be great if we didn't even have to sell clothing. Could just talk about the issues. So that is what. I decided to do that. That's the new standard institute is really trying to bring very clear information from the scientists from people with actual lived experience whether that's factory owners are factory. Workers are farmers or scientists. And then the the impetus to create to start the research for unraveled was with zedi. I got to see what the best in class facilities look like. You know i i could tell you. What an organic cotton sealed book like. But i know you know. I read a lot of reports but i didn't know i didn't have on the ground experience with what did the rest. What did the average garden look like. And so that was That was what i was trying to look for in in creating. This book was getting that understanding in needing the actual people in places seeing the places behind things that most of us wear every day on. So that was that was eighty. That's i and that that was the backup of the book. Is the new standards institute. A nonprofit or is a for profit company a nonprofit organization early in the book I'm quoting here You say at one point genes may have represented an ideal of democracy and equality but the genes our society is wearing have become frayed. To the point of distaste- if we want to reclaim true democratic values we need to reexamine our political and economic systems are woven into the clothes. We buy where and discard and the book goes from. There sounds really cool. How did you start. Did it start with just starting to collect information in knowing you had stuff to share or did you set out to create a book from the beginning so really. The idea of the book came about at the same time as the roots of the new standard institute it. It was really one in the same. What i did not realize i was writing until after i wrote it was. I thought that this was a book about the clothing industry and it was going to be story about our close what i didn't realize i remember having drinks with my editor at one stage in the middle of this. I said you know my agents. Are you know alice like just so you know. This book is kind of become not just about fashion. It's a bit of a critique of neoliberal capitalism and. That is something i didn't intend to do. But when you start digging into the story of genes that gets you into a story of cotton cotton than gets you into a story about slavery on it gets you into the story about the institutions of capitalism. Knows you then. Follow the path of Of our clothing than from the cotton fields. No you get into globalization and how that happened and why that happened in which way it happened And you get into the you know the race to the bottom that Kind of this fairly unregulated.

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"maxine" Discussed on Licence to Coach

Licence to Coach

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"maxine" Discussed on Licence to Coach

"A. For one of my workshops was so honored. And you know it's just. I was devastated when he was the one who wrote the book on happiness. Big bestseller ceo's. China's kevin johnson who star in starbucks again. Our love hate relationship but what other companies no would flows accompany down. He was later. Who would close a company down for four hours so you could train them in diversity training after they were caught after they had that incident. What city i mean. He's money they lost in there but they knew that they had to get their employees. Wait a minute no no no no no. You don't do that action. He added your. Your story is absolutely fascinating. And i think you obviously have an awful lot to to offer to two companies organizations and individuals. So i'm i'm kinda curious how to how people find out about you You know what do you got coming down the line although maybe just kind of give us some particulars about About your your work and and where people can find you and how they can learn more about what you're gonna offer anchin. I'm not good at promoting myself. So i'm going to have to start. Yeah and by the way eric Eric he said that for the first four years he for the first four years he didn't even higher marketer because he said his customers were the best marketing people because he just wanted to talk to them. Say that yeah what was that. I'm sorry i didn't hear so. There's an element that i'll absolutely not. It's fabulous. I loved it. So how can they find me. maxine shapiro dot com. I'm right there i'm submitting articles. Right now i just admitted on air yuan To fish company. I have nothing public right now. Happening when the pandemic happened all of us took everything that we did in person and we. I mean that first week we went online. Oh we have fun. So i can take any anything on zone and i raise or any other virtual. I'm jane whenever any other virtual application and you. This is where i come in right now. People are raving lightness. We've got to get and if you don't think that there's i only know one way to be an acceptance of constant change. Which by the way is a fact. I mean things change every second. Okay but we we think that because we gotta workin reenters thing things never change while we that went down sewer is is to be able to get people into that higher level where they can yes and whatever is coming their way so you know it is. It's it's truly magical and i go into organizations. I coach leaders on this i. Do you know take managers large companies so anywhere from a startup to and i did aquino and it was the scariest thing i've ever done working with. Imagine two hundred fifty people from the federal reserve system. All twelve banks The attack vp's and they needed as one person to come. Aspire them on we're going to they. They called me up the week before and frankish for this is what they said. Are you going to know when users the audience. Thanks a lot you know. I almost cried to see two hundred and fifty. These people totally interacting improvising with each other blew me away in a blue away and some of the. Let's face it honestly. Some of the most important influential and powerful people in the world. Forget the united states seriously. Are you talking about the fatemi defend. The people were federal reserve banks got. Yeah yeah crazy crazy. They were coming up to me like because i put people through this wonderful exercise and maybe next time we'll do it. I'm were i. Have you build a refrigerator and the to rules are unlimited financial resources which of course the whole place cracked up and physics. Don't apply and you go back and forth and go a minute. Refrigerator will automatically supply healthy for ob. All what i like about that idea is so the next person. There's your pairs that. I and says what i like about that idea is you've got to go. And then i would and a new. Yes and new bill. Something he's hysterical. They were coming up to me after the king outgoing. Can we tell you what our refrigerator there were like gone. It was june. I couldn't stand it erase brain maxine. Look you you've been a delight to talk to. I really really appreciate you joining us. I think you have an absolutely fascinating story to share with people and and obviously are offering something that is sorely needed these days and business and so. I hope that people will look you. Up on. Maxine shapiro dot com and look to you as a as a resource for maybe revitalizing organizations trade. Thinking through you know priests improv. Acting kind of exercises. That can actually help. Treat you know really great solutions for company. So i mean i. I thoroughly enjoyed talking to you. I hope you've enjoyed it. As francis has been great it was. I haven't able to talk about my passion and allow here hanging out with people. Zoom that like me but this this has been a delight for neutering for app my absolute pleasure believing and i and i've learned a lot as well in its historic inspiring peninsula. I'm sure to others as well. So i wanna thank you for joining us on our program today and thank all of our listeners to joining us as well Not much else to say this. That simply my time's up. I thank you for yours. Thank you for listening to license..

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"maxine" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"maxine" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"And make. A little bit older Martha. He needs a tax. He needs a reminder. Need. But you got it you understand them individually is. And what I learned early on from my grandmother was you don't fall people for how they learn in unequal you. That is so true. Yeah. We picky feel like they're wrong because they understand differently there to their for individual they're smart intelligent but onesies is needs something more than the one in. Have to do that I. Bet you have to deal with that yet and that's called situational leadership. And if Sol our report I have certainly enjoyed talking with you ms by saying you have a wealth of knowledge that we need right now in this whole, you know pandemic where so many people have lost odds so many people are having to re enter the workplace. Of the workforce and they don't know you know how to do it but you have is awesome facebook group that they can definitely get in. Yes. Give you know acclimated since I'll. How can they connect with you? Well, they can connect with me on linked in you know maxine Pearl Phyllis McCoy, they can connect with me on facebook got GAMS unlimited, and they can connect with the private facebook group is called a HR verse strategies and resume tips. And then of course, my website is www gams g. a. m. m.. S.. Unlimited dot. com. And if you were to link with me on the website, you get an e book and the book is about helping you to understand how to Journal win the Journal the way to Journal. Wider Journal, and the benefits of journaling. That's awesome. Okay. Listeners I'd know Ya better be hitting their website up. Because especially in this time to I think I have since the pain democ started I think I am on journal number six. Okay. Honestly I have because I. Think sometimes people feel like, Oh, well, you know you seem happy or. You seem like you have bell. There are days where I'm dislike pandemic out there it's scary and I have to give it to him but I also have to get it out through. You know generally in a really really helps me I think one of my friends machine was number eleven. O K. She was fine. So uses the composition of books agency was like Oh my Gosh I'm on number eleven right now I allow girl long as it helps to. That's all that. It is how? We, really appreciate you joining us today. We're GONNA stay connected because I love love love how in power when you are. To help us. Our stuff together. Now. That's what I do as what I love to do is been able to help is about paying it forward is about using the gifts in the abilities that I was given. At birth to help others to discover what they have received as well and I thank you for what you do to help the business owners and to help us be able to get our message out to the world because without individuals like yourself is impossible to made to become notice you know become let people know what I do how I do it the way I do it and why I do it that why is was critical for me because I love people? Yes, it's so important. So thank you again for joining us as fairly look forward to talking to you in the near future same here. Thank you..

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"maxine" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"maxine" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"Think we all even as business owners should have a really good resume I just recently was asked to We have present at a conference in they asked for my resume. I. Have. I'd works out myself. Here. But you know what? As a business owner what you could do is you can convert their resume into what is called a CV. Give them a one pager, which is a nice high level overview of your work history without without producing a four resume. So there's another way that we can work yours out. Okay. That's awesome because I was totally like wait a minute. WanNa resume are you serious and then it was like, okay lower. Do I remember what happened in his class I'm over that golden like okay. What in the world but I mean I guess I just wanted to see me had one but it's so important. To have those things that I think here I am in panic mode like, okay. Girl you to step down. So you want opportunity and united prepared. We'll say that again, say that again that I love that we're prepared. Yes. Yes. We after for some even I rated as right. That's it. That's what I'm trying to get into understand you must be prepared. I remember. James. Brown used to say if you stay ready, you don't have to worry about gabby ready for. That is so true bed listeners I. Hope you're listening to your girl I'm telling you I was. Angered at all in with a scramble. To do that. So we don't WanNa do that people those of us who you know our business on his best connect women's maxine to get our stuff right as well as those of you who are looking for jobs, you know how I have the information for you to join her group, but we need to be ready. We need to stay ready so that you know we won't miss out on these opportunities because you're right. It could be one resume that that recruiter is looking at and everybody else's look the same but yours is written saw well, they're they're like, okay. As. As, right. Always say put those achievements in their face. Don't let them have to guess at anything. They want. Exactly. True. That's so true. So let's talk about you know at this point some people. Could benefit from having say a career or even a life coach and I know some people feel like all that ain't go you now talking about these people that want to take my money but I think they're so so important. So how can one of those coaches you know like help others take charge of their careers and or their lives? One of the things that are coach does now many times people misunderstand what coach is all about. Ours of all, you have a mentor, a mentor someone who's GonNa take you under arm. They're gonNA give you the give you the answers and hip pay the way..

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"maxine" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"maxine" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"Be answer cold part of their life even at eleven. So let's go back. Let's go back. So if you could give that eleven your old. One word with them. What would it be why? Understanding. Because no matter. How much wisdom we acquire. We do not understand how to apply it is just like not having it. and. That's where you have to have the mentors coaches you know, and that's where you have to have role models, your parents that you can bounce. Off of talk them through now, we have to be careful who even talked to you know share this information with because could be some naysayers in the budge. Right. So you have to be very selective. Some people can turn your ideas and just crunch them right away but if you have. That understanding of who you are. And who you are, you're never gonNa let anybody to crush your dreams Nacelle true. That's auto but again, I. Think is what you say like being able to tap into that a native ability that you having. You know that you have. But I think also to we have to get connected with the right people because we along can't do that. That is true. That is true and that's where you have to seek out individuals that you didn't. First of all some individuals you already know. Within, your family could have their strength that they can help you. Serve as a mentor it could be someone in your church someone in your community someone in your school. And, yes, he could be someone that you seek out that another person perhaps has referred you to write. You know. But you nowadays, you have to be very careful about who goin- to allowed to impart information into you. Exactly. Very careful about that. Yes. We have to be very, very careful about what we allow in two are being into our life because you're right like a really effective I. Remember when I first stepped out and I was like, okay, I'm just done with his job and it was just recently I did that on the first thing he said was girl you left that salary grocery store managers opt to do your own thing. A. What what would you say that to somebody Ms Maxine who I thought was my friend. Who I? Was Rooting, for me Reichenhall in enacted in our for like she was being against militias. They don't understand that entrepreneurial spirit and so if I had allowed her. To get next to me, I would have been like old. Decision. Oh Shit I have not sector. I know. You're not the only one that has done that a gone through that. I mean I. Ask myself that to about making the right decision. Staying out here's is not necessarily struggling because I love what I do. I'm passionate about what I do I can do it in my sleep I mean I do it without even being paid sometimes you. So you know you have a love for it if you can do it that way but is because if you understand that this is what you've been commissioned to do. This is the assignment that you have accepted because when I believe in a higher power other than myself. So when he?.

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"maxine" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"maxine" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"By purpose are just a few words that describe vaccine Pearl Phillips. McCoy. She's the founder and president of level is a subsidiary of GAM's unlimited like in career coaching. MAXINE has over three decades of human resource experience and is known as the job search strategies. She is the eighth of twelve children and the first in her family to receive a college degree. Miss Maxine is very in several organizations and is a life long learner listening to our episode. Thank you so much for joining me today. All Combo Keystone Myths maxine is so great to have you. How are you? I am doing wonderful. Thank you. It's so exciting to talk with you I talk with you before on my racism panel you're like be elitist HR professionals. So I want you to start by telling the listeners a little bit about who you are and what you did. maxine Pearl Phillips McCoy that's a a map will right there in itself. And that lets you know that my life has been truly full and one of the things that makes it fool is because I'm able to help individuals to identify their natural. God given abilities and then help them strategize that into what should their life and career looked like. So because of bad I'm a career strategists alive coach a mother, a grandmother a great grandmother. Full, MS maxine. As well as the business. Things you do to help other professionals you know get entire life together. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Oh let's start with. You know what propelled you to start your own business Well was in at a crossroad in life. And I was working for this telecommunications company and absolutely loved everything that idea because again I was helping individuals to sail. But it came to a point where the company decided wanted to close his doors in the RTP area. And I had already just started a works AH program at North Carolina State. University. Called Business Coaching. and. My Business Mentor had given me ten questions to complete. The last question of those Chen questions I started typing it out the question was what have you been procrastinating on doing that would bring you fulfillment. Hot until you LAKISHA when I started typing I, answered it two ways one to start a business and.

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"maxine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"maxine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Love I thought check in with Maxine that always crappy cartoon character she says after manta can counter I always do the same thing belch and put the lid back on the chocolates as with many of your your romantic encounters are of the edible kind there's another cloak for Maxine looking for a hot date pick any date in August and they don't get much hotter than that that's a good one and finally my favorite the last man who put his arms around me was performing the hind leg maneuver all righty all right welcome to the healthiest two hours on radio is our number two of the big show and it is David snow on your radio thanks so much for joining us and making us a part of your weekend which we do have to make strong and healthy with the information we have for you this morning we have a lot in store for you Dr Nestle for save the author of the reading glasses why she's a retired family physician of twenty five years and she's she asks you are you putting your eyes in a wheelchair well see their contention is that you're doing exactly that if you wear corrective lenses whether it's glasses or contact lenses and social be talking about some alternatives to that and show also give us for simple things you can do to read without glasses after the age of forty and a lot of other tips and recommendations as well as things not to do when it comes to eyesight and vision you know seventy five percent of the population needs some form of assistance to see properly so this is a big I mean it's for most of us and most of you out there in radio land it's good information indeed and that that gives you some alternatives and options without having to you know it we're not trying to put an ophthalmologist out of business that's for sure but they know there's sometimes are other avenues that you can take to go you know get to the same destination so to speak so we'll talk to Dr per se and just a few minutes after these features and a few announcements right let's go to the fitness file all right getting physical for just a minute well hopefully more than one minute right you know that you think of everything being good for your heart rate when it comes to exercise but when it comes to maintaining a healthy heart all exercise is not equal necessarily lifting heavy loads at work seems to be bad for arteries and heart according to this study well intense sporting activity has a positive effect this was research from the university of Paris they wanted to assess how different activities affect heart rhythms and they found a tractor heart health and activity levels of ten thousand volunteers for ten years what they found out was although general movement at work is good for your heart lifting heavy loads this not only discovered tense sporting activity is the best for maintaining a healthy heart and just summarizing the article but unless I guess if your occupation as a personal fitness trainer you have no choice right that's that's what you do at work is lift heavy objects all right Sir so much for the finance file it's going to matters of sexual health.

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"maxine" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"maxine" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Normally open on Friday I talked to a few things in and given the the nature of what's going on out there today and yesterday and the day before yeah I guess I need to do that only because busted I don't because I've seen things like well there's two people who are running for the scariest person in Congress one is Maxine waters and the other is Al Green Maxine waters has indicated how she wants to be scary because she's actually being honest and that amongst the Democrats that can get you in trouble so Maxine I hope this doesn't get you in trouble but we're going to quote you and here's what she said she said where are you I don't hear enough voices resisting Donald Trump let me repeat that she said where are you I don't hear enough voices resisting Donald Trump do you.

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"maxine" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"maxine" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"The palooza yeah okay Maxine waters yeah Scott you wanted to go off on what else Maxine's at it again and she's still ninety arms you know she's one of this impeachment for ball forever impeach forty five yes I do remember that very well and now she's got sent about cultish sort of take on things now cultish yeah yeah it's like you taking very loose things and putting together to make them your truth right okay so this is her talking in that we were going back to Russia here on this too she can't let that go so this is Maxine now will pay attention what she says this is important here we go I believe even though I don't have the facts to prove it okay stop I believe even though I don't have any facts to prove it I just think it therefore it must be true let me well some would say that's okay when it comes to matters of faith but this is a little different right now and yeah a little bit well this isn't right when you're talking in in terms of legality or impeaching and removing a president you have to have fax your face yes much so anyway here we go we move on there's more to this so called seven beginning I believe even though I don't have the facts to prove it I believe that wanted to lift sanctions he's always wanted to lift the sanctions that were placed on him because of his interfering with incursion into Crimea and so I believe that they wanted to elected president trump trump believe agreed I will always believe this he agreed that if he got elected he would lift those sanctions and that truth seeking journalist Erin Burnett who sitting next to him who pushes back of course and what she has to say says nothing well I I think I can cut both ways and I'm I'm glad that we're able to say I believe without having the facts because I don't have the facts but I believe the Maxine waters smoke crack with hunter Biden at a strip club one time yeah I don't really know that I don't have the facts I don't you know I have zero evidence to back that up but I mean that's what I would choose people of heinous things without any evidence whatsoever other than my own punch of fact is Obama let go right in the Crimea that actually is a fact yes it is a fact that Obama told one of Putin's guys let booty know once they get elected will be able to you know loosened some stuff that will not only after the election say again I just like the way you set up with I'm gonna say something really stupid right now and then you do yes well we she's on there's a bit of honesty there I really don't know anything however yeah but Erin Burnett someone makes me nuts Roger had just looks at her like are you are you crazy most of you don't go ahead and hold on there's a few that will push back at times and the rest is out there it's just part of it I thought this was interesting in Maxine state of California go up north you know Nancy's wide area you hear the latest on San Francisco I just happen to see this dot going on an anti parties backyard Siegel so the San Francisco residents should probably be worried you know this almost crisis that the guy going there the keeps growing yes the should be worried about their health because video surfaced of a homeless guy defecating in the middle of an Iowa grocery store AT says god is it ironic that a city of German folds of exercise conscious environmentally conscious people are now in a city that's a washing human waste which is spreading hepatitis A. outbreaks every year this is on talk show last night big outbreaks of hepatitis a rats in the streets feeding off the garbage in sewage hi this typhoid fever rotten bacterial infections and even the plague may be coming all well you know I I I think the other aspect that doesn't get talked about a whole lot in addition to the homelessness crisis in the absolute filth on the on the street I mean you saw I'm sure you saw that video of a do taken to deuce by get a CVS or a Walgreens or something yes that clean up on aisle to but there's that but then also their status as a sanctuary city when you talk about a lot of illegal immigrants living there and it's I know this is usually gets cast aside as like anti immigrant rhetoric but it is true that a lot of the vaccines that we take for granted here don't exist or aren't aren't readily available in a lot of these countries where these people are coming from and so the risk of outbreak with that compounds the already existing issue in a city like San Francisco and he said it's becoming mediaeval diseases resurfacing in California because it's not just the homeless population is people walking through those neighborhoods you get the human feces on your shoes bring it to other neighborhoods in the diseases spread to the other neighborhoods so to actually solve the problem again you have to offer bathroom facilities in temporary shelters you know get because get food it's it's just it's a crisis I don't know what else that you said mom.

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