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"nike kids" Discussed on Podcast | Show me the ROI

Podcast | Show me the ROI

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"nike kids" Discussed on Podcast | Show me the ROI

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"nike kids" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"nike kids" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

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"nike kids" Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"nike kids" Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

"Send some students out there who are afraid just to say Good Morning Audience Good Morning Jim Cunningham are you afraid? Good Do Jim Callaghan now that's what I like to hear suddenly serious because too many young men and women today are paralyzed by their fears they give into their feelings of self doubt. They surrender their bodies to the temptations of drugs alcohol when premarital sex empty solutions these are toxic chemicals and disease spreading behavior a large screen lowers behind him. I would like to tell you a story today about a young man whose life was destroyed by these instruments of fear young man searching for love in all the wrong places shaking his head. Tragically, his name was frank. Giant screen, an image slide appears of young cartoon teenager who. Is Her wacked on drugs the title card appears his name was frank upon hearing the name Frank Donnie falls into a paranoid Trans Gretchen looks extremely bored leans over Donny. Let's get out of here. Donnie ignores her his eyes are locked on Jim Cunningham who begins his rousing reenactment of the sad unfortunate downfall of frank within minutes Jim. Cunningham. As the crowd laughing enamored of him with the cartoons slide show note during the sequence the camera speed ramp up the Ford BPS Interior School Auditorium next ten thirty am Donnas in a trans. Donnie, we're moving through time graduate what Do you screen rises upwards Jin Cunningham takes questions from the crowd from portable mic stands in the back of the auditorium. Several. Students get up and go to the Mike's. Dorky girl. Hi, my stepsister like. I sometimes worried that she eats too much over Waco mortified yelling at her sister from the. Shut up. Kim. Dorky. Girl. I'm just trying to help you. Jim Cunningham. There's no need to be embarrassed many times we because we were afraid to face the reality of our ego reflections, we shouldn't just look into the mirror we look through the mirror. Turkey girl. Thanks. Kitty former runs out onto the stage enhance Jim Cunningham, a bottle of water and a towel. She gives him a thumbs up sign and runs back offstage Nike Kid. how can I decide what I want to be when I grow up? Jim Cunningham. I think you should look deep within yourself deep within your heart and find what is in the world that makes you feel love just pure love and then go with that into your studies in your flex go towards love like it. Thank you. Donnie gets up from a seat and goes to the MIC. Lee Reason. Where can I how to fight Jim Cunningham Violence is a product of fear those who love themselves enough should have no need to fight another person learn to truly love yourself and the world will be yours Larry. Okay. Donny steps up to.

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"nike kids" Discussed on La Incómoda

La Incómoda

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"nike kids" Discussed on La Incómoda

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"nike kids" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"nike kids" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Will get the calendar and then right around Christmas you would just go to that calendar this start by and everybody everything that they want it and so my kids grew up as Nike kids out for the most part because I had all that money that I had to spend and you know you know everybody in my family that wanted shoes and knew that they could call me and I would just fill out a form and fax it over to Nike and then then the boxes will come and that was it and now I remember the last so you had a of course you had a book deal mid day to chat to get to I just remember my last book bill may date in two thousand because the contract goes year to year right now I'm I wasn't sure I was gonna play anymore on it I don't know if I'm gonna get another contract like that I just remember my last order with Nike was like some sweats and like four thousand dollars what the golf balls yes oh my goodness four thousand not because you know people under estimate the cost of golf balls right everybody thinks that the clubs are expensive the clubs are not expensive is it is a golf balls there's no question about that are expensive right so I ordered a board does not work the ball they sent me like you know four hundred dollars worth the balls I just said or whatever and I just left it alone because I knew I was going to get me to limit amount yeah I just don't be wasteful stuff you know this so I just let it go as a Larry S. all right Hey I look at you so Benjamin Albright walk in on the other side of the glass he's getting himself primed and ready to take on some yes a monster energy's going does he he's back on the Jews he's act I said he was trying to wean himself off of the monster energy but well he needs that he needs it because you know for the social the the the the mind awareness that he's going to need to play the initials game you know it's fuel for the brain let me ask you this the messages if your kid got an opportunity to go play college football and you know he could make twenty five thousand dollars from an endorsement deal you're one and he's gonna get the same amount of planned time the school has just amount same amount of prestige as the other school and the other school was not going to give him that same opportunity what would you tell your kids to do take the money okay okay the gala judge judge gateway.

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"nike kids" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"nike kids" Discussed on Underrated

"Hey everybody welcome to the underrated. Podcast in this podcast we discussed the film's we feel are underrated under appreciated or ones that have just on the radar and pass most people by today. I'm joined by Ariel Ortiz and Fred Torres word a an I am Derek macduff. Today we're GONNA be talking about the rocketeer. Nineteen Ninety one film directed by Joe Johnston based on the comic book character of the same name. The film stars Billy Campbell Jennifer Connelly Timothy Dalton P. Paul Cereno and Terry Quinn as Howard Hughes. While the film received remember who played. Beat me if only Oh. That's Alan Arkin. How can I forget Alan? Arkin these incredible in this Thank you for reminding me. And the film received mostly favourable favorable reviews with a sixty four percent rotten tomatoes but it was a box office failure making only about forty six million dollars worldwide on a estimated thirty five to forty million dollar budget. This was one of my favorite movies when I was a kid but I had not watched it in many years. What do you guys What was your experience with the smooth? You Guess Yeah for me. I haven't seen it at all as a kid. My parents never really introduced it to me. Kind of more boring. I duNno Disney movies. Because you're a big Disney family. So I was. You know aware of the movie at least again. My Monitor really introduced it to me and So so yeah but I watched it for her signed today and and I really really do. It was basically a nineteen forty silent. Movie with nineties like Cinematography basically you know cleared but overall the story was followed like a movie that you would find in the forties which coincidentally like talking about in this movie like because Dedrick Longley who does not age. Aw I made. My ad rightly should never seen on her but But yeah but I mean it was. Yeah it basically follow the flames over nineteen forties movie and Janitor only like you know being in his holly in Hollywood setting being like an aspiring actors and like it was pointed in that way too but yeah overall I very much enjoyed it and yeah very good performances and like like like lots of people that are like you know helpful names right now. A lot of really good. Jim Not dislike big actors Jennifer Conley like Timothy Dalton but like really good character actors. You know like we'd mentioned Alan. Arkin of course Stereo Quinn. Who had gone to be on lost and Even Margo Martindale is in like a smaller role so a lot of lot of great performances in this. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA lie I. I don't know if this guy recorded when when I was talking earlier but so when I was young I I did see this movie but at the time I was I was just a Spanish speaking only kid. Because that's that's how I was raised. I mean I'm born here saw American but I'm almost all Mexican so My parents didn't speak English at the time and so A lot of my being was just Spanish until maybe like age probably like eleven so when I saw this movie I think I was transitioning either in English or so. Wouldn't speak in the end because a movie made those sans like to a Spanish speaker watching it in English. It really doesn't make sense and they didn't have translation like you know where they they do. That the CIA thirty four where the guys are talking. But then like Dan. The voices come out like five minutes later. Leslie Shaolin Kung Fu movies like Nancy Lou. The homeland you were there watching It's a wonderful life in Spanish. Yeah Yeah like that and so I was like so there was no specialization at the time so when I watched and I was like man. What is this weird movie like? It's cool when you're a kid. And you see you guys strapped rocket and he's flying around so those were awesome but then the scenes come out of them like falling in love. And I didn't realize they were Nazis at the time. Now that I didn't know what Nazis whereby you didn't realize that is whether we're going with 'cause I see you're hearing everything. Sounds jumbled when it's a different language piece of up to the camp e. sign it probably vitamin even notice it. Because I was probably like this movie's Wack get back on the pack boy. Yes all like watching it. Now that I'm older and I can actually understand the movie. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I don't know necessarily if this is a kids movie like I don't know with Disney pushed it towards kids or was but as it more of an adult person. I think the movies good I think it has a good storyline. It's got the love it's got the action You know it's got your ear protagonist or antagonist. It's got everything that you need for a good movie and you know It's a good movie I mean with a plateau of the Nazis and whatnot. And the actor. Like okay you know I go. This isn't such a bad movie now if I was a kid. I don't know if I if I would understand at the same. Obviously 'cause I I would I would no I just. I mean I'm just basing on off of what I knew That at least a jetpack interested me but now that I'm an older person watching it again You know it's it's actually a good movie. Yeah guys liked it. 'cause yeah this was this was my pick It's a movie that I it was one of my favorite movies as a kid and I would just like wash it over and over again and and I think you bring up a good point. Fredricka like Oh. Is this Nike Kids? Movies and adults moving. I think that might have been why. It wasn't super successful at the box office. Disney didn't really know how to market like do they put it more towards adults or kids and they've always kind of had like it was marketed in the. Us is like a Disney movie overseas. It was like touchstone which is kind of like you know what they market their older You know like for older audiences. Yeah they don't want the Disney tag. But but yeah I I you know this will be as such kind of like Ariel saying like an old Hollywood told. Hollywood really recaptured that feel of the kind of like nineteen thirties cereals. Set in nineteen thirty eight. It's very the only movie that does the same thing as the Indiana Jones movies which are kind of like these throwback action cereals or this one's kind of a throwback to like old superhero cereals that you'd see before Like the regular movie. You'd see like somebody like that. You know they're always fighting Nazis you know and it's got that really cool like thirty aesthetic where he's got that like really cool stuck in helmet because apparently Michael Eisner was trying to like. Oh just making regular spacemen soup but like it looks so fucking good and it's one of those movies were. I was really nervous to go back and re watch it because a lot of movies I liked when I was a kid. I've been watching a lot shit on Disney plus. I watched the old like nine hundred ninety. Three or whenever Three Musketeers one with Tim. Curry's the bad guy and I love that movie when I was a kid but like Oh as an adult. Hey wake is that is. That is that the one is. Is that the one with Chris O'Donnell Chris O'Donnell and Charles. That movie hit so hard. It is a matter how old you are right. I might even go there. It's it's just a movie that good. I think we'll take hold up. I loved it when I was a kid. And then let me tell you that. The song with Rod Stewart. Yes sting and Bryan Adams Dude. It's the best Okay I mean. We're getting off topic but you know. What can we put that on the list? I WANNA watch again. I like watching Disney accidents. Yeah but it was really holds up on here right now because that's a banger. But yeah like it. Has that old serialized vibe to in that. And you know it's it's got the villain is basically like an errol flynn type. You know nine and there's a lot of like even the score by James Horner is kind of great light. It's like a throwbacks kind of like these old classic scores. And you've got like stuff like you know the mom they're the bad guys that the end there like like we're gonNA fight the Nazis because they fucking Nazis shower you see like the FBI dude and the mob dude and they both got machine doesn't sit in the non stop to look at each other for a second and just go back and start shooting. I loved all that stuff. I love all the old Hollywood. Like it. Feels like. There's nothing cynical in it where it just feels like. Oh we're just kind of like you know just kind of like doing this to like do it. Feels like they really did have a love for this kind of old cinema and interestingly enough Joe Johnston. I think that's why he was picked to the first Captain America movie which I don't think holds up quite as well as this one because it had that same like throwback to like these old kind of cereals but I think this one does a lot better job honestly when I saw this I did. I feel like I was watching Captain America one even thought that was like I was like all this is all timing I mean. Don't get me wrong like I said it's a good movie The some of the tropes. Obviously maybe maybe it's because you've seen him before the Nazi thing. I did see a lot of that coming. I was like a movie theater. And they're like Oh fight against the Nazi. Yeah yeah there was some stuff I mean. It's like I said that doesn't detract from being a good movie. It's a good movie. It's it's IT'S A it's a little cheesy and some other stuff. 'cause obviously it's like kind of vintage style and his process just like you know there's some cheesy stuff in the first captain. America where you you know you've seen it before you know it. It's just I'm just saying is more like the as the watcher not that the movie didn't hate what it was supposed to hit. I think that's why it's a good movie but I just saying as audience members sometimes some of the stuff depending on the person you're GonNa you're GonNa feel some some of that a little bit of nostalgia maybe a little bit cheese if you would In some of it yeah anything. I think he's like my whole more than like a captain America because you know keeping in mind the win. This was made like in the nineties. Thanks feel of lot of lot kind of like Jesus so ideally mind it too much like maybe Captain America. You you the time you were in that is thousands and and close intends in like Tunnel like a little more David against its Louis while watching it now like now. I was just impressed by like they were doing the actual like yell Cheesiness of I'll be honest. Though the one thing I was gonna say the only thing that doesn't hold up it's well done but it really made me laugh was anytime the special effects started coming into play. It's a ninety sound no no. I'm not saying that a terrible. I'm saying it's just cheesy on the way they did stuff in in the sense of like so when the fires going to engulf the guy like those little see. I kinda like you see him like yelling like I. I mean I'm just saying some of those legitimacy in the sense that it made me laugh more than a than than I thought I was gonNA. I guess I mean I was expecting it to be you know. Obviously it's it's not you know it's it's like ninety one. It's not yeah to decide you know Twenty twenty one. You know we're GONNA win. The.

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"nike kids" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"nike kids" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Eight Monday so at least we're done with these really cool temperatures for a little bit we will get you a full check of the forecast from the fox six weather experts coming up we got a big show lots to talk about we're gonna have to more chances at the word at the cash contest this apparently is the last day for this so let's give us a winner before we end this I got to ask about the hatred for school choice we got to talk about stop and frisk it really does work hi Linda once calls you text your tweets because the show is is always better when you were part of it the accurate mortgage talking tax line is four one four seven nine nine eleven thirty that works for calls that works for texts you can find me on Twitter I'm at yeah right eleven thirty it's no relation to robin yeah I can't hit the curve ball I stopped at about the fifth grade but find me on Twitter hit me up on the act that mortgage talking tax line as I say all the time the show is better when you are part of it I got some bad news for a lot of you guys you were dead man walking did you give your wife for valentines day gift this morning did you make sure that you told her before you left the house not just Babel love yeah but happy Valentine's day did you leave her a cute little note on the bathroom mirror happy Valentine's day bad more to come this this evening this afternoon not do you're in trouble I I don't make the rules guys I just know what they are been married for years are you know what the rules are and if your plan is to stop at home tonight on the way back from work hit up the wall greens are the picking save or the quick trip the quick trip has flowers in you are toast you're not gonna be able to walk in the door if you like all right there what time is it Valentine rooms no you need to start that at six o'clock in the morning I told you at six o'clock in the morning this morning to make sure you wish your some guys are dead man walking now my wife said we're not celebrating Valentine's day she did she did you like I I don't I don't want to celebrate Valentine's day and of course my reaction was this is a trap is it is did this is this one of these ones were you tell me you don't want to celebrate Valentine's day and I don't show up with flowers and you're like with fine I guess not the kicker the kicker here guys because I know you think I'm awesome she wants now the kicker is she expects truck with some Valentine's and flowers and need to be sued Sweden sapping in nice and watch chick flicks every other day of the year it's like the Superbowl Sunday opening day the start of college football on Valentine's day those are the four days that I know that I don't have to be romantic the rest of the time she stared at me from across the hall be like meeting in in so good luck tonight as you get home I do want to talk about actually something that that is relatively break I in this this story broke what about an hour to a going that the feds are not gonna charge Andrew Cape McCabe was lying for investigators about leaks when he was at the justice department they took a look at the case in while there is overwhelming evidence that Andrew McCabe lied there will be no replications no one should be surprised by this this this was clear from the get go this is what happens this is why every time I look to Washington DC every time I look to state government whether it's in Madison or down in Illinois in in Michigan or what whatever six pick your favorite fifty states of corruption every time I look at big government it reminds me more and more of the mafia for years I always used the the line from good fellas F. you pay me once you make a deal with government unions it's F. you pay me house house got burned down tough luck slowing business don't care tax revenues not there F. you pay me the other line that comes to mind when I think about the McCabe story is the bid for this sort of midway through good fellas we really out of it at the Henry hill characters talking to his wife and she's all upset because somebody went to prison it's always a Karen nobody goes to prison unless they want to it's incredibly it do you politically incorrect now the term that he uses for who goes to prison but he says stick up men go to prison they get high they forget about the get away car they leave if they get arrested the next day nobody who is high up in the government goes to prison Hillary Clinton had classified emails on a server that she bought at Best Buy nobody who is that Jews stop in government goes to prison only the pitons get in trouble only the low level hangers on the people who aren't in the circle the other breaking story this afternoon Michael automatic creepy porn star lawyer he was just convicted of all the counts in his shake down scheme he was gonna try and shake down Nike kids that's a good idea because Nike is just some sort of run of the mill neighborhood sporting goods store that you can throw a brick through the window and they're going through who will pay you the production money any McCabe was never going to go to press he was never going to go to prison because at the top of government it is is rotten as you can get peace overt red state the talks about how McCabe won't face charges there's a tweet in there from a guy drew McCoy says remember kids if you wanna lied to the FBI it is important that you work for the FBI otherwise you're gonna get in big trouble compare the McCabe case to the Michael Flynn case there's much more evidence the McCabe broke the law there's much more evidence to McCabe knew that he was breaking the law intended to break the law yeah his punishment nothing and why because the people in the swamp protect their own the people in the swamp protect their own at the expense of everybody else I cannot mortgage talking text lines for one four seven nine nine eleven thirty shows better when you were part of its please be a part of it just a reminder we do have a cold hard cash were coming up at four and at five today so do you wait a little bit we'll get it to you I'm probably not gonna do it right at the top of the hour we we had a winner who it was it on Belling show or was it on Vicki show who who picked up the word about halfway through it was Vicky show who she she missed the word at the top of the hour maybe she give you one of her little ins thing give me one of her little hints so we won't do it right at the top of the hour but we do have that coming up to times after this story we had this morning on the news that the plan to open the bars in the city of Milwaukee till four o'clock in the morning during the Democratic National Convention is going to become law it clear this hurdle that this whole fight between the tavern league and the supporters of the democratic convention is apparently over tavern league lost wedding Barnes we'll stay free for now which by the way is a composite is a great idea that the tavern speak of the mafia the tavern leagues ideas well you'd pay me why the pay me okay KV what am I supposed to pay we got the bars that are open till four o'clock in the morning we're still what five to ten thousand volunteers short and now this Kittles peace over to empower Wisconsin the Illinois Democratic Party machines earning it's well deserved reputation playing dirty in politics in conversation with politico little governor JD Pritzker said they're going to bust in vans full of people from Illinois to help with the invention vans van loads and busloads of Illinois what left wing activists will invade Wisconsin during the general election and during the convention are you ready for this the last time I was at the democratic convention was in Charlotte in I guess that would have been twelve and let me tell you it is easy I can't say that word it is a poop production I guess we can say that here three o'clock in the afternoon we can't say the other way we can't see the S. S. but we can say the P. P. so it is a pool production it is going to be a nightmare and I don't know the Milwaukee is ready I really don't know because downtown's relatively congested the the inner sanctum security is going to carve off a huge chunk of the city then all of the people because this is like spring break for political hacks and hangers on think about at least these guys these gals have been saving up for how long waiting for four years they're finally going to get them some Donald Trump and if it's not the NT four thugs were gonna run through the streets of the city of Milwaukee then it's going to be all of the that the hacks all of those who were just gonna get out and go and party their **** off now till four o'clock in the morning I don't think they're gonna be enough volunteers I know there aren't enough hotel rooms and yet people stand in Chicago you got people staying out Madison I thought about Airbnb in my place I did I got a couple of bedrooms Audi in Brooksville I mean we're we're a hop and a skip away from ninety four it do you could be on the interstate and in ten minutes from my place and then you know with traffic it's twenty five minutes downtown I'm sure that there's a bus stop somewhere a little bit down Brooke field are ordered to down blue mound where you can grab the bus and and ride that on in to the city I really did think about Airbnb in my place but one I'm gonna have to work and I'm gonna have to go down to the convention myself to cover the after mentioned action but I also don't know that I won a bunch of Democrats live in my house I did not only would not only would it be messages from the sense of Hey it's a hotel room to that they're coming down in there drinking all sorts of beer there are there's smoking all sorts of dope and you know it just all in my house would be a mess but then they would like go into the to the office and they'd see where I work and then they just be like nope rip smash punch kick is what what's what's the security deposit you charging an extra night an extra twelve hundred Bucks and they're sitting.

"nike kids" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"nike kids" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"nike kids" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"nike kids" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"Everything is so fractured anyway like there's obviously all sorts of media options people watching different movies and people watch different shows now <hes> but even as a basketball tournament themselves all the shoe brands have their own big events that are going on like when i was coming up even even when you're didn't matter who you were sponsored by like you went to vegas for the the reebok big time there. It didn't matter if you're nike school whatever faked yes the reebok big time. Vegas was like the big tournament. Everyone went to and impeach team and everyone like they scheduled it. They're never competing but now it's like you have three big tournament's going on at once and guys. I don't know i don't know and they make you choose all fractured every they know where you know where you're leaning because if you're going to adidas nations you're not going to you why then everyone's like oh that's good. That's a nike kid. You call me malcolm clever. I hadn't unheard microgeneration say mike. I deserve it though i just i definitely deserved it. I think it's a compliment as as yeah definitely deserved j._j. Radic but think so <hes> speaking speaking of speaking of like pulling people and stuff like that show gary parrish fro yes for this <hes> candid coaches. This is my favorite so the candid coaches series series that gary paris does <hes> it's hit or miss from me from being honest a lot of times the questions i'm like yeah that's kind of boring. Whatever but my man brought the heat on this one gary she's throwing thrown ninety six on the black with this question which he he reaches out to the coaches and says if you won the national title would you visit the white house and explain your reasoning and sixty three percent say no and i just got a you know we are a stick to sports podcast but i just want to throw that out there that that is god bless you gary parrish for for you know college college basketball we don't need to. We don't need the latest out for our listeners. Most of the people that like college basketball most of the the the rabbit college basketball fans are joe rogan fans doodling a little bit to the right politically. I would say so say lean to the white. I liked that kyle nice re three three three to pay the players. I wish i could like this twice. <hes> <hes> yeah that is stereotypically people that like college basketball <hes> also like oppression and so <hes> <hes> for him for him to do this to basically have all these college basketball coaches come out and the fascinating thing was like the coach relate some of them kind of wanted to go but they they were like we never could go. There's no fucking way. I could stand in front of my players in the locker and be like hey. We're going into the white house now. <hes> so the whole thing is just hilarious in so great and i'm fascinated to to see what people have to say..

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"nike kids" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"nike kids" Discussed on KGO 810

"Back to chip Franklin on KGO eight cents I can't your radio to Franklin the Commodore all right okay so why I read something in the New York times over the weekend about and it's it's interesting and it probably won't surprise you that Bernie Sanders has the most individual donors right that's his thing what is that not not necessarily translating into money Biden you know is really strong like in Delaware and Pennsylvania getting bigger dollars and then that across the board you know well worn has this grassroots thing it's kind of like pre twenty sixteen Sanders okay but the thing is is that there's two things going on and if you think about it it makes sense there's a primary and then there's a general election in the primary you have to go out for the that like the different strata of of left wing voters writer or democratic and a big part of that is black Democrats and I found this fascinating that a quarter I lives are Quinnipiac poll only two percent of African Americans are supporting worn at this point yeah I think most memorable sporting bite and bite yeah that's probably the Obama connection problem joining us right now is the Huffington post senior reporter Maxwell Strawn Maxwell this is Hey I was gonna be concerning because that they make a big part of it and and she's actually done this kind of grassroots effort to try to get people of color to see that she's on their side that she really backs them why do you think it's stuttering for her I don't know said stuttering perhaps as much as it it takes time I think history says the the you know the black electorate takes time to convince them that you're serious business all I think they're still meeting Elizabeth Warren so getting to know her I think they as you said they they know who died in is there is establish trust they see someone like come on Harris obviously has the interest network an American issues it's it's gonna take a lot of work I think for a warrant to convince the broader black electorate that you know she's business but she means that she says and if he doesn't get it then I mean there's really no hope of winning well I mean the the there's two things that make the black electorate though so powerful in the democratic primary one is that they make up twenty percent the electric full stop or it may be a bit more this time around the second is that in the store clean the black electorate boat generally with one candidate I think you know what every presidential primary going back to the eighties they backed almost every single time at least seventy percent of them affect one can't do that so they they tend to generally good a lot of their weight behind one camp that and I give them a lot of power compared to a lot of other demographic groups to kind of shift this is to get elected in the time that I will ever they go with becomes the nominee more often than not it's what percentage of African Americans vote as opposed to percentage of white Americans do now black women in particular are incredibly politically gates compared to the broader broader electorate the the boat off and they vote early and I hope they are generally incredibly engage voters in particular what issues do you think that Warren maybe should promote more when she's trying to appeal to black voters I mean it can be hard for a message to be heard when it's coming out of the mouth of a older white woman yeah it and also would be things like reparations our income redistribution or Elise brutality yeah there's a bunch of like I think we think that you know I've gone back to Carl's famous quip it's the economy you know how do you how do you get African Americans they made their unemployment a really low but still twice that of white people well what I can say is that would warrant has been focusing on is the racial wealth gap she talks a lot understand speech about the history of redlining how that's because the African Americans throughout the country to not be able to reach the middle class rewards of owning a home like a lot of white families that what I will say is talking to black voters is typically in South Carolina what I'm hearing a lot of younger voters is that her focus on student debt on the college that really resonating with young black voters and I think if there's anywhere that I've seen her sort of hit her stride than that with that that specific group of black voters see student that that's it Norma Cecile and sees made her name proposal to wipe out seventy five percent to that for people you know and I don't know the numbers on this but I know that back in the nineties I remember hearing Clinton's people talk about this you know when you have a couple generations of of neglect of a particular voter and African Americans in particular they just get disconnected and I wonder I'm sure Obama brought many African Americans back to the game Sam like wait a second okay things are starting to change here I wonder if transfer as this trample that or maybe reinvigorated them by the way cheap Nike kids you're ready or speaking to Huffington post senior reporter Maxwell Strawn you know I don't know but one thing I would say is that that older black voters in particular vote quite distinctly from younger black voters or Frankenstein older black letters they they're very careful they want to pick established people there when you talk about electability that a lot of what you're talking about a black voters they really want to be they well put if you decide to find the candidate baby with the most electable what I'm seeing a little bit more of is that you can see a fracture and younger voters younger black letters like a lot of younger white voters the more issues focus what being more aspirational and and that's where we again that's probably where warned we'll see if he had the chance it will be with those sort of voters people would say you know what I want to locate someone who will create the kind of country the a I want to see rather than older black voters who often thank you note I want to keep hold of a lot of the civil rights gains that we've had that my god the maybe my parents but really hard for it does fascinate me to see the if Biden's ascendancy and and and and and able to hold it and if in fact he did get the nomination I I'm trying to think what Canada that we see right now would bring the most to the table if in fact he's already secured a chunk of African American voters mostly because of his eight years with Obama I I look across the board I wonder who's who's got something out there to bring you know but the south is there there's really no is there a southern candidate that you know I mean I that that's interesting because I know that obviously if we talk about Wisconsin Michigan we talk about Pennsylvania abide would bring along Pennsylvania you think and and you know what clover charm from Minnesota maybe somebody like that well ordered state that I think if you talk to the people that work in around the fighting campaign that's why they feel confident no matter what happens with the base the matter what happens in may well campaigning they verified and has broad broad support in these key demographic groups will white working class older black voters these are these are key groups in the Democratic Party and he has a strong grapple that doesn't seem like it's gonna it's going to go away anytime one thing I will say however if you talk to a lot of you know so called democratic strategist type bait bait bait do you think that that's one reason that koala Harris has a good chance this is because she has a similar broad appeal and a lot of these key groups especially with African American voters especially with African American women who I liked better dedicated voters passed that and and will be there next year voting yeah I just kind of feel like there's just so much time between now and the primary specifically where Joe Biden could loses something an app in and he could you know why go for Joe Biden while he was with the Obama when there might be somebody that touches our checks off a few more boxes and what you want in a president and I I think after the shootings I think that there's a sense and the country of like we just have to get this guy out of office and I'm not I'm not saying that trump was the shooter but I mean there a lot of people to see his rhetoric I haven't contributed to this sort of sense of of of white supremacists national nationalism yeah the and I wonder I wonder where that is headed and I wonder if that's gonna after Democrats gonna see this as a real opportunity out I you know I was watching bill Maher on Friday night and it was they had a somebody jump up in the middle showing and start yelling some white supremacist off at him and you know it's it's it's a weird thing Brian Karem who is the the pool reporters just got suspended is a friend of mine he got suspended for standing up to this white supremacist who is part of the mac a coalition who propagated that pizza gatecrash I mean there's a weirdness out there in a lot of people are sensing now I don't care who it is as long as it's not trump and I think that if I looks like he has the best chance I think you're starting some real inside portion especially by the like you said those older black voters are going to say like look you guys are well I don't know what you're doing but if you want to win you better stop it by the way should indicate your radio or speaking to Huffington post senior reporter Maxwell strong sure I mean definitely real easy you talk to voters one thing primarily above all else electability electability electability but I would caution people the thinking is that we I I don't know I haven't gotten a good read on what that means either of those but Democrats should have a good sense of of all who is the most electable at the end of the day could be Joe Biden they easily could not he is so well and so that that that's one thing that I keep hearing but I don't think we have a good sense and I think generally historically Democrats do that beau but a bit better when they but with their heart as opposed to trying to gauge what they think other people are gonna buy estimates of let's just make sure he hasn't deleted any emails and for a move for mass will thank you so much your time for Jim actual strong again the Huffington post senior reporter.

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"nike kids" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"nike kids" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Give or your son will be sent to credit card you'll be sent a credit card to give your son what one way or the other right he has authorization to use that credit card in your in on your account its piggy backing on your account so now what happens is he's got a card he gets all the credit history of that account for the past I mean you're in you know you're gonna get that but if he buys one stuff doesn't pay for it on page so there is he I thought you said that you're not responsible no no no no no no no the rise cold borrower he the authorized user is is is not respond it is responsible but the the the hi merry user primary use is really revising because I okay so I'd be a cosigner on a lot of the point is you don't have to give the the sun the car you're right and that's what he was saying that what he said to you right open credit for him even though he usually log card is right like piggy backing well that was a new term five nine one eighty nine hundred so so if you want to in that same situation you give your son a card and then it comes in and you could just tear it up or sh right this and then he never gets a hold of it he would have the number one given Nike kids every can give your kids are into yes to help their credit rate I could open yes make them authorize users right and even then only have three years of experience on the history because the biggest problem is Gerry was saying is that a lot of these people when they just started using credit and they've always paid with cash or they're young it's not that they don't have good credit they have they don't have enough credit they don't have the credit they don't have the history and then gives them the histrionic and this generation is a debit card generations society so they're not in the credit and it's different over there I would use a debit card for the past five years like great it doesn't do anything on your credit right so it's virtually if they had if he racked up bad credit rating with that reflect back on me because I his party shares an account with me or not no right now began to build you back on his account I mean but if he had some other bad credit out it wouldn't refund okay the that's the fire wall okay just for the car I know our young for Christmas this year Spencer.

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"nike kids" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"nike kids" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"I'm Mariam Harmon I have over seven hundred fifty million dollars recovered injured in an accident call me I get results eight hundred eight hundred sixty nine sixteen three listed anywhere on I heart radio I'm Danish words and I'm the host of noble blood the new history podcast from I heart radio in Aaron minke focuses on the stories of some of history's most fascinating Ryan from the infamous to the almost forgotten world is full of ill fated love affairs bad decisions in family drama when you're wearing a crown mistakes I heart radio is number one for podcasts it's easy to see noble blood in the I heart radio ever you get your podcasts in case you haven't heard by me J. cruel has officially made the move to real ninety two three weekday afternoons ninety two three alleys new home congratulations to James going to the real street every day on the way to work thank you big did it really ninety three all day every day DC never give up your Nike kids with real street seven seven you can be just like change dean yeah like you you can never hit my the Swiss I don't is dead and the version is like a lot to do in Dallas I know you sonogram dean I can make a thank you eighty with a little water stretch it like a vocal cord if the fate and his daughter every time I and I email me at the one ninety two three the future based on the meal to change phase a sap rocky little baby and many more it was on sale and real street fairs dot com and we.

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