37 Burst results for "Morehouse"

Fresh update on "morehouse" discussed on Steve Harvey

Steve Harvey

00:31 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "morehouse" discussed on Steve Harvey

"Going down in Atlanta on March 7th. Her performance will be part of a tribute to HBC youth. Gladys Knight graduated from Shaw University in North Carolina. Will also be a rendition of the black national anthem, lift every voice and sing performed by the Clark Atlanta University Philharmonic Society Choir, Grambling State University, Tiger Marching Band and Florida A and M University March 100 will also perform during the player introductions. And also Steve and Tommy. The Divine nine fraternities and sororities will spotlight step teams from Spelman and Morehouse Colleges. So NBA Yes. Yeah, yeah, my.

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Fresh update on "morehouse" discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

00:56 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "morehouse" discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"That is everyone except for counterpunch from trae plus a boomerang from mr. pbc trae what up going. Oh you think. Pvc gave me murray. No no i mean. he's got a boomer counterpart my question. So you tell me to. Arbitration is the biggest thing in the news. I mean i ain't telling you that. That's what morehouse say he read. That's what i'm talking to you. Nothing i heard it from bob. Arum asia mediation court documents public records. Right you got the fuckers and autumn people who sit down at the courthouse that no soon as kim kardashian is divorced than whoever or whoever famous has divorce if somebody got.

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"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:46 min | Last week

"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Is this very humble process of ongoing and open discovery. Give and take and information flow which does not happen from central. Planning our interview later in the hour. will focus on Socialism and why. Socialism doesn't work and the response that's necessary but back to this essay. The morality of capitalism with isaac morehouse capitalism is responsible. That's what you say next. Which is interesting because she. Liz sort of presented as this sort of good. Nature good natured. All caring System but in fact capitalism does more for more people in a better way explained. Responsibility is about more than intentions. If you leave your child at home and say okay. You're responsible for the house. Make sure nothing bad happens and you come back and you know. The house has burned down because they left the stove on. Well they got in the shower and If they said you well. I didn't intend to. I was just. I was trying to do good things. You wouldn't call them. You wouldn't say they have bad motives but you wouldn't say you're not responsible. You're not responsible because the outcome isn't right. I can't trust you when it comes to responsibility outcomes matter so if it's if it's taking care of the environment or helping the poor or improving health and welfare of children whatever it might be that the goals that humans tend to have. It's not enough to say i want those things. A responsible system is one that actually produces those out and and it's not even close here. I mean it's not even close planned economies more plan to the more centralized more government interference the worst the outcomes for human flourishing period. It's just i mean. History is totally crystal clear on this and you can understand why when you start to dig in theoretically why. It's just too hard for somebody to central plan the economy so if we wanna be responsible i think we have to go beyond good feels and say well it just feels really good to raise minimum wage. 'cause that feels like i'm doing something for the poor understand cause and effect and understand what actually happens when you do things like that and versus what happens in a in a free market capitalist system which is The outcomes are a lot better. You're careful to say what capitalism is not. You know words matter semantics are important. It's how it's how issues are framed. You define capitalism is a system where individuals are free to keep trade us or give away property that was peacefully acquired. And you quote ludwig von mises. The riches of the rich are not the cause of the poverty of any body. The process that makes some people rich is on the contrary the corollary of the process. That improves many people's want satisfaction. The entrepreneurs the capitalists in the technologists prosper as far as they succeed in best supplying the consumers capitalism is not for rich people..

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"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:12 min | Last week

"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Oh one and i do this. Because i find that a lot of folks you know sort of what you are four and what you're against. Sometimes you may lack the language or the philosophical underpinnings. And i don't ever want you to be in that position. Capitalism works in you know it in your heart but you wanna be able to explain it to your children to your friend that you carpool with to the guy at the office or church or school. And so i try to do some of these discussions in order to give you that language. In order to back you up. Isaac more houses pieces entitled the morality of capitalism and we're talking about why capitalism is peaceful. And you were talking about the individual win. The army comes in behind. If you could wrap that point up..

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"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:21 min | Last week

"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Capitalism doesn't require people to like you in order for them to do things that benefit you and then there's a second way in which capitalism is honest and this is I think something gets dramatically underappreciated. Capitalism actually promotes honesty. It tends to make people more honest because of that incentive structure. I talked about it. And when i think capitalism i'm referring sort of to to just in a very basic sense. The absence of government interference free exchange of of any peaceful interaction and exchange being left alone to people to do as they wish in an environment like that which is a very competitive environment because anyone is free to sell or buy anything. People become more honest. If you've ever been to like a really You know a really poor country that has a very corrupt government that gets involved in everything. You'll notice if you buy something. For example people will hold the money up to the light and make sure it's not counterfeit right. There's all kinds like no one trust anyone. In a the the more capitalist countries where we're markets are more free and united states being one of them. Not not as much as i would like. You don't do that like when you go to the grocery store when you go buy food. You don't worry if it's been poisoned you don't worry that like you don't even think about it. I mean people in in you know a lot of places in that i've lived in different neighborhoods and things rural areas. People aren't even particularly concerned about locking their car doors. That's not because of some omniscient police state. That's going to protect their property. That's because they understand the incentives that other people face. What's it going to benefit someone to sell you food. That's poison what's it gonna benefit somebody in broad daylight to break in your car. Now that can happen sometimes and that tends to happen in in the bigger cities that are more dysfunctional. Have more government overreach but it creates a society where people are incentivized to be honest because capitalism's a repeat game..

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"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

01:42 min | Last week

"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Honesty about the nature of reality so a lot of a lot of systems or theorize systems namely socialism. They kind of they present this idea of. Hey here's the way that goods in in resources could be allocated and people could get along but they always have a hidden if if people weren't so greedy if there was more abundant if people behave differently if they were more educated as citizens if they were badder capitalism is honest about the fact that scarcity exists sickness and disease and imperfection this. It's honest about the fact that humans are often greedy and do a lot of unsavory things if it benefits them to do it. Capitalism doesn't need to wish those away in order to work as the system. It's simply accepts if you put people in an incentive structure where doing something dishonest benefits them and they can get away with it. They'll tend to do it. And if you put him in an incentive structure we're being honest benefits them and they can't get away with very easily they won't and and that's not you know that doesn't demand that people be different than they are so that's the first way that capitalism is honest then get deals in a realistic way with humans and the natural world as it is as we experience it out there in the world You don't you don't need the person that you buy groceries from. This is adam. smith's famous line. It's not from the benevolence of the butcher that you get your meat but his regard own self interest. Capitalism doesn't require people to like you in order for them to do things that benefit you and then there's a second way in which capitalism is honest and this is I think something gets dramatically underappreciated..

"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:14 min | Last week

"morehouse" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"I told you folks a few days ago that i had just watched a wonderful documentary called the pursuit. The pursuit I can't remember if it was amazon or netflix. Just try both. And it's got him. Arthur brooks who for ten. Years was the head of american enterprise institute in. It's basically sort of in defense of capitalism and my wife being from india really liked that that he went in and showed how india's move away from socialism into capitalist model has really created a lot of wealth from that country and i say this a lot but it's important economists used the term wealth wealth does not mean that you have hundreds of millions of dollars wealth as the accumulation of capital even at the lowest level working class. People have wealth particularly when you talk about in an aggregate fashion. But what i loved about. This documentary was that it attempted to defend and promote capitalism in in with a smile. And i think we need more of that in so today's interview is in that vein. It's with the guest who is returning to his name. Is isaac morehouse. He's the ceo of crash career launch platform in the founder of praxis. A startup apprentice programs. Been a little while since he's been back but he posted to his blog at isaac. Morehouse dot com an essay entitled the morality of capitalism. And i love this. It's a full throated. Robust promotion of why capitalism is good. and so what. I'd like to go item by item in his essay. And and and talk about that. Encourage you to go and read it on your own. We've also posted it to our blog. Michael berry show dot com isaac. Morehouse you say to start with. The capitalism is honest. explain. Yeah i kept wasn't honest in in a couple of different ways so the the first thing is honesty about the nature of reality so a lot of a lot of systems or theorize systems.

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Georgia prosecutor investigating Trump's call to Raffensperger

The Rashad Richey Morning Show

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Georgia prosecutor investigating Trump's call to Raffensperger

"Would have killed Vice President Mike Pence if given the chance. House impeachment managers, Stacey Plaskett says the writers of the U. S Capitol were after the vice president and House Speaker Pelosi. Nancy dramatic, previously unseen video of the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol was featured yesterday in the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump and the Fulton County D. A is taking on the former president, Bonnie Willis, telling top state officials She's opening up a criminal investigation relating to Trump's phone call with the Georgia secretary of state in early January. According to Willis. She'll be looking into potential solicitation of election fraud, false statements, racketeering and more. And the recorded call. Trump can be heard telling Secretary Bright Rapids Burger to find him votes. Morehouse School of Medicine holds a roundtable discussion on covert 19 focused on vaccine access to minority communities. According to M S. Sims, Dr Valerie Montgomery Rice. We're moving from vaccine residency at that same acceptance. At our side here.

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Ron Hextall hired as Penguins GM; Brian Burke named hockey ops president

Rick Dayton

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ron Hextall hired as Penguins GM; Brian Burke named hockey ops president

"As general manager, and Brian Burke as president of hockey operations co owners Mary Ellen. You and Ron Burkle made the announcement today. Hextall will oversee day today hockey operations, reporting to Burke as his primary adviser. Burke will report to David Morehouse, the team's president and CEO. As pandemic assistance.

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Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford Resigns for Personal Reasons

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford Resigns for Personal Reasons

"Question today is who's going to be the next fulltime general manager of the pittsburgh penguins wednesday jer mother furred suddenly and abruptly. We understand resigned as gm of the pittsburgh penguins. Your wide brush thoughts when you first heard it shock. I think everybody was shocked. Someone told me that. An email came from rutherford a company wide. Email came from rutherford to everyone about an hour it was announced and people were just slack jawed. They couldn't believe it. And i think the other thing too is that the penguins signed yannick weber on wednesday morning. 'cause their defense just so battered and rutherford was involved in it he did the signing and then one hour and a half later. It was announced that he was out. So i think it caught a lot of people by surprise. You know. there's a couple of things here. Initially there was a concern that it was health related. If you've been familiar. Jim rutherford's in his seventies and he's been very careful during the time of corona virus. He's mainly stayed out of the public which is perfectly fine. There's nothing wrong with being safe. It's the smart and responsible thing to do for yourself and your family so there were concerns about health. But david morehouse the president and the ceo made sure to point out at the beginning of his. Call that you know. It was not health related. You know something happened monday night. Where rutherford are tuesday. Night where rutherford told the team and they check with them again on wednesday and he decided to do it. I do think there was some kind of philosophical difference about where the penguins were going or how they were like everybody wants the penguins in the organization to continue being in that win now mentality. I don't think anyone disagreed with that. But i think there might have been a professional disagreement on how to get there. The thing that is kind of interesting to me about it is that david. Morehouse his media availabilities. Said it wasn't anything there wasn't anything that you wouldn't normally think was unusual or different like a. Basically disagreements happen all the time and you don't necessarily think they're going to lead to that. And i just wonder if the organization saw one way and rutherford saad another way and he's been quoted as saying it was time and i just think that happened. I think he got to a point where he said. We don't see this the same way and times were challenging. I don't need to tell anybody that and it's just time. And i think that's kind of what happened now. His contract was up. I don't think the penguins and said to him. We're not bringing you back. I don't think there'd been any conversation really about. The contract is a lot of teams right now. And we see it with travis green and vancouver who are kind of saying like during this these financial times. We gotta be careful. So i don't think the penguins had said were not bringing you back. I just think they really kind of punted towards the end of the year and said they talk about dan. So that's kind of where i think it was. I think that there was a philosophical disagreement and about just where they were going. The penguins didn't think it was necessarily a big deal because these kinds of conversations happen all the time. And rutherford just said okay. We just disagree on the vision. It's time for me

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Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

WEEI Late Night

03:14 min | Last month

Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

"The last hour really showing love to Hank Aaron. Who passed away or we found out passed away earlier today at the age of 86. Took your calls. Played some some audio from Chipper Jones and Rob Man, Fred, You know, we talked about how important Hank Aaron was not just as a baseball player. Home run King and, Yeah, I know. Barry Bonds swooped in and I used swoop appropriately swoop in and kind of took that that record away. Uh, Hank was an amazing human being. He was an amazing contributor to society. Hey, loved Atlanta. He was a contributor here. As I mentioned last hour, giving money to Morehouse. Just he was he was a contributor. Believe he had the first BMW dealership here in in Atlanta 20 years ago. I think for an African American that he owned, so there was a lot that he did, despite people through certain points in time. Hating him. And so I don't wanna I don't wanna go in and give you the whole entire show Open. I I encourage you to go ahead and check it out. But there's one point that one of our callers prior to the break made And it was, you know some of the racial elements and how he was just the epitome of Just just excellence and how he handled himself in all areas of adversity. And that he did his job and it didn't sway him. One way or another. Yeah, if people wanted to love him. Or hate him, and they're just some points here that are just mind bobbling to wrap your brain or mind around. This was a human being. This was a human That was hated. Because he was he was going to break a record owned. By a white man. This man was aided in certain regards because he hit a damn baseball. People found gnome or what is the word here? People didn't have a nuff love internally for themselves. So all they did, in certain instances was display hate to him because he put a bat. On a baseball. That is ridiculous. Just you hate someone because of what they look like. And because they put a bat on a baseball, it really shows you that there's a lot of segments of society that can really utilize the mirror. What is going on inside of you? That you have the hate someone else strictly because they look different than you. It's just it's mind boggling to me. But despite all of that, He just went ahead and did his thing. And he was he was a benchmark, not just as a baseball player, as I say, but as a human being and as a person, and so all the best and condolences toe Hank Aaron and his family. I know

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Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

WEEI Late Night

03:14 min | Last month

Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86

"The last hour really showing love to Hank Aaron. Who passed away or we found out passed away earlier today at the age of 86. Took your calls. Played some some audio from Chipper Jones and Rob Man, Fred, You know, we talked about how important Hank Aaron was not just as a baseball player. Home run King and, Yeah, I know. Barry Bonds swooped in and I used swoop appropriately swoop in and kind of took that that record away. Uh, Hank was an amazing human being. He was an amazing contributor to society. Hey, loved Atlanta. He was a contributor here. As I mentioned last hour, giving money to Morehouse. Just he was he was a contributor. Believe he had the first BMW dealership here in in Atlanta 20 years ago. I think for an African American that he owned, so there was a lot that he did, despite people through certain points in time. Hating him. And so I don't wanna I don't wanna go in and give you the whole entire show Open. I I encourage you to go ahead and check it out. But there's one point that one of our callers prior to the break made And it was, you know some of the racial elements and how he was just the epitome of Just just excellence and how he handled himself in all areas of adversity. And that he did his job and it didn't sway him. One way or another. Yeah, if people wanted to love him. Or hate him, and they're just some points here that are just mind bobbling to wrap your brain or mind around. This was a human being. This was a human That was hated. Because he was he was going to break a record owned. By a white man. This man was aided in certain regards because he hit a damn baseball. People found gnome or what is the word here? People didn't have a nuff love internally for themselves. So all they did, in certain instances was display hate to him because he put a bat. On a baseball. That is ridiculous. Just you hate someone because of what they look like. And because they put a bat on a baseball, it really shows you that there's a lot of segments of society that can really utilize the mirror. What is going on inside of you? That you have the hate someone else strictly because they look different than you. It's just it's mind boggling to me. But despite all of that, He just went ahead and did his thing. And he was he was a benchmark, not just as a baseball player, as I say, but as a human being and as a person, and so all the best and condolences toe Hank Aaron and his family. I know

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How To Manage Digital Reputations With Josh Greene

Lochhead on Marketing

05:00 min | Last month

How To Manage Digital Reputations With Josh Greene

"Josh. It's great to see you. It's great to be on. Thanks for having me. I'm really excited. I your fascinating guy so Here's sort of an idea. I think we live at a time. Where when most of us get introduced to somebody new one of the very first things we do after somebody says. Hey i want to introduce you to josh green. I'm gonna go you. And i think that's pretty pretty normal and in a world where i saw post from a dear friend of mine duska zapata. Who's rough and tough six months into a new job and she. Her post was all about the fact that she's never met the people that she works with in person. And so we're living in this digital first world right and so. I think it's a natural thing when we meet somebody. I think a lot of google them so this leads me to a question which is but yet. Most of us don't know how to take responsibility for what happens. Somebody types josh green into that little box. And so maybe let's use that as a jumping off point in terms of. How do i manage. What happens after somebody starts searching for me absolutely and really the first thing that you want to do is take a look at the overall results when someone Searches on your name and take stock of how many of those results are items that you control or about you and then start thinking about whether you would like to have more mentions of yourself on that page or the ones that are already there. Are they conveying what you would like them to convey To the world when the world looks at you so If they if they google you are you the world's best stockbroker or you a stockbroker who's been barred three times from the industry very different results. Very different impact could be the same person But but what shows up in google especially on that first page is really going to influence a large chunk of the world of their first impression of you. Yeah it's interesting. My buddy isaac morehouse. Who's the founder of crash. One of the things he says is i love be your own credential and of course part of that is what do people see about you. Digitally when they start digging around and so You know when you and i met. I didn't know much about how i myself or for that matter. If i'm a. Ceo or cmo or an entrepreneur. What have you My company you can actually take control over a fair amount of what happens after somebody types in your name can't you you can you can And i think you're a great example of of someone who's done a nice job of that whether intentionally or not it wasn't so tell tell me because when you and i first met. You told me that you said that. Hey the shit that comes up is good and anyway tell me about what you saw and what was good and what was not good. And how that applies more broadly to other people in other companies. Well when i took a look at your name there was a nothing negative really on the front page at all. You had your twitter feed was showing up in the top three or four results which is usually a subconscious. Cue that someone's something of an authority in their area or google algorithm thinks that over on the top right side of those search results is what's called the knowledge panel and most people it's powered by their wikipedia page In your case it was powered by amazon bio. Which is i suspect. Both something you or publicists have written and also very flattering And also much more positive than a typical wikipedia result would be there which is a much more neutral encyclopedia extending entry and the nice thing for you is. People are so used to sing with a pd content. There that when they see that you're a number one podcast an author and cult classic writer. They assume those things are all automatically true because they're used to wikipedia source of truth being there and in your case you're probably the you're the first person i ever saw. Who had something other than wikipedia. Showing up there in a meaningful way I've seen a couple of others since since that started looking for it but really if someone looks at this page are gonna say. Wow this is someone. Who's you know a thought leader in his space. Whose accomplished a bunch of things which is a really great start. Anyone trying to learn more about you

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Atlanta church leader Raphael Warnock wins Senate seat for Democrats

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:57 sec | Last month

Atlanta church leader Raphael Warnock wins Senate seat for Democrats

"The Georgia Senate runoff election and Atlanta church leaders being projected as the winner of a hotly contested Senate runoff election in Georgia. Raphael Warnock is the reverend of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, where Martin Luther King Jr once pastored. He beat out Republican Senator Kelly Leffler. He had this to say last night whether you voted for me. We're not No. This I hear you. I see you and every day I'm in the United States. I will fight for you. The 51 year Old Warner graduated from Morehouse College with a degree in psychology in 1991 and went on to her in a master of divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He's never held public office and would be Georgia's first black senator in Washington. Still up in the air is the race between Democrat John also and Republican David Perdue. The two runoff races in Georgia gained national attention because their outcomes Determine which party controls sent by marking it, Dear. We

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President of Atlanta-based Morehouse School of Medicine has life-and-death message for Black people about the coronavirus vaccine

Atlanta Up Close

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

President of Atlanta-based Morehouse School of Medicine has life-and-death message for Black people about the coronavirus vaccine

"School of Medicine is starting clinical trials of a covert 19 vaccine called Novavax during a recent virtual conversation with the heads of black medical schools. Missin President Dr Valerie Montgomery. Rice discussed why it's important for African Americans to participate in the clinical trials. We don't want any gap in the data. We don't want any unanticipated side effects to occur after we're out of what we call phase for when we're out there and everybody is getting the vaccine, And then we said, Oh, we didn't think about people who had sickle cell trade or we didn't think about people who had some other type of basket your disorder, and we know that this is the virus at him Impacts. The vasculature. We didn't think about that. I

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Atlanta's Kwanza Hall Wins 5th District Special Election

AJC Briefing

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta's Kwanza Hall Wins 5th District Special Election

"Former atlanta city councilman kwanza hall gets to walk in the shoes of his mentor. Us representative john. Lewis hall one tuesday's runoff and will complete the final month of lewis's term in washington representing georgia's fifth congressional district. The georgia secretary of state's office said it has already transmitted the election results to washington to allow him to be sworn into office immediately hall defeated former morehouse college president robert franklin in the runoff he at trumpeted his ties to the lewis family during the campaign all grew up in the same neighborhood as their home and lewis son john miles endorsed him. His father leon hall worked with lewis on civil rights issues

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Married to the Movement

Committed

06:28 min | 3 months ago

Married to the Movement

"I was fifteen. And sean you. You're seventeen right when we first met. And we were both in church in lexington kentucky and we met just so you. I asked me for my number at the watch night service and those who long before that though. Yeah but watch night services a tradition in the back this church maybe other churches actually not just baptist but is it a particularly black thing. I don't know watch night services where you just you watch the new year. Come in you're at church at midnight and there's like a church service and then afterwards there's normally a dinner or breakfast being served. It's a really awesome time. That was the first time you actually from my number. But you're right. We have met before then. Just seen each at church and out. I'll let you tell the story of how you became immediately smitten with. I didn't notice what s where you were going. But and i saw this girl who seemed like she was running things she really was the sunday school secretary but not just for children like for the whole sunday school at the church and i remember just thinking to myself. Who is this young girl. That is running everything. She was super spunky and she always warlike creative hats and had a lot of style. So you just pique my interest. But at that time she and i both always kept a boyfriend and girlfriend and so she was dating. Somebody and i was dating somebody. But i i was pretty interested in her. It took me almost six months to kind of build up the nerve to to get her number and then even very slow moving. I was interested in you for really from the first moment that we started talking to each other and john would show up at choir rehearsals and stuff for no good reason. He didn't sing. He wasn't in the choir. I was but i guess they didn't have anything better to do it. His time on a thursday night and so he would come and we were like chitchat. And even after you asked for my number. And i gave it to you like it took forever to to ask me out. I think you were shy. I was slow. Maybe i was a bit shy. But i think some of it was. I had just grown to be like a super private person at that point in time. And so i'd have to even go back in time and reimagined what i was thinking but once we got started we were super committed to each other in super into each other. After that we went on our first date. I was a sophomore in high school. John was a senior and then he left to go to morehouse college in atlanta. And i was still stuck in kentucky waiting to graduate high school and then i would go to atlanta to attend spellman. We dated long distance for two years and it will never not amaze me that we maintained long distance relationship s. sixteen and eighteen year old and he was in atlanta the city of lag. Black excellent surrounded by all these beautiful women and still somehow interested in little me backing kentucky. But he was and we made it and about two years into college. Actually we got married because the baby came. I actually our oldest birch out candy. She was born my sophomore year. Now she was born junior year at spelman and we got married before she was born. Just to be sure we weren't total heathen we have been raised in church and so that was like a requirement before that baby gets here. You better be married so we did get married and had kendy and so we were super young parents. I tell everybody. I had a husband and a baby and i couldn't even drink yet. I wasn't even twenty one years old kids really and when you're in college in this kind of in between stage of childhood and adulthood and we hardly knew how to provide for ourselves sauce doing airport security and we were still going to school fulltime which was a struggle. We both struggled to finish college. We did when we knew in part. Not just that we wanted to do it but we knew act to to make a life in a living for ourselves that we were going to have to finish school but it was brutally difficult to do that with a young family. And when we were doing this in two thousand and one it was particularly in the college environment where we were more house than spelman are super traditional and it was kind of frowned upon in a way to be a young parent. Mba student for sure. Nobody was saying anything overtly necessarily but we were aware now you see videos and things go viral of professors holding babies while they're trying to concentrate in class and that was not our experience like me walking around bully nine months pregnant. I don't remember anybody else who was doing that. Yeah it was really difficult. It was alienating in some ways our lives completely changed pretty much at every stage of life. Man not tell people now. I really can't separate my whole adulthood from being a father and rain. I've been parents literally almost every year of our adult life and so our entire journey of even self-discovery in our twenties of trying to understand what either one of us grew up in a household where we saw healthy marriages and healthy relationships kind of had to struggle and sometimes flounder and figure those things out on our own and one of the things they ran. I've always tried to tell people is when you grow up in a lot of ways when you grow up in a marriage. We were together as teenagers together in our twenties in our thirties. Now i'm forty. You are with somebody through several phases of life and we've had to learn some really hard lessons than heart's skills on how to support in love your spouse through all the different natural phases that a lot of people just by the time you marry somebody. They've already gone through some of those phases. We've learned a lot of lessons. Have been with each other for now. Almost twenty five years even though whereas young as we are. We've we're nearing twenty five year point of being together

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Mike Bloomberg gives $100 million to Black medical students

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Mike Bloomberg gives $100 million to Black medical students

"Have a reason to smile. This week. Morehouse School of Medicine has been a water 26.3 million from Bloomberg Philanthropies, the charitable organization founded by entrepreneur and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. A donation is part of a 100 Million fund for students attending the nation's four historically black medical schools. Students at Morehouse School of Medicine enrolled in student aid programs were received approximately $100,000 each otherwise right now it is

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"morehouse" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

Humans Rising Podcast

05:46 min | 7 months ago

"morehouse" Discussed on Humans Rising Podcast

"And today I am here with Isaac Morehouse who is the founder of praxis and also crash dot co a welcome Isaac. Thank you so much for joining me today. Absolutely. It's great to be here. So, I have been I, guess following your excellent work in the world for several years and I am so inspired by what you say your mission in life is your purpose, which is the relentless pursuit of freedom. And so. As I watched. Some of your videos you talked about how you started early in your career really teaching principles of freedom to young people. But where you are today is rather than just share ideas. You really giving people a taste of freedom so they won't settle for anything less. So yeah. That's exactly a good way to to frame it out Because I'm a big ideas person and obviously freedom is it's an idea but it's it's really a lived experience. It's a feeling you have and I. I spent a lot of years. Trying to through just argumentation and education. Trying to expand the scope of freedom after myself and for others you know trying to argue for freer government policy is in, you know people that took to make choices to make themselves more free in their lives and. I. Found that it's really hard to envision. What you have to know what could be you have to have a bit of a taste of it in order to be motivated enough to make a change. So there's my favorite economists Ludwig von me says, there's three preconditions to human action. One is dissatisfaction with the status quo to is vision of something better, and three is a belief in the ability to get there and I find that whether you're talking about education, which is a space I've been in a lot or just any other career government, any areas of life it's not that hard for people to feel dissatisfaction discomfort with where they are. Of Vision of something better is a little harder, it's a little harder to be and I know that there is a superior version of my life over here and then I think the hardest is a belief in the ability to get there even if you have that that vision of something that might be better and so. I thought I've been I've been basically trying to convince people that the status quo. Socks, and to a lesser degree that there is a superior vision of life over here. But if they don't have that belief in the ability to get their nothing's going to happen. So if you just tell somebody you know, for example, the public school system is Scott all these terrible incentive. There's always reasons that it's bad. They'll shake their head and you can convince them pretty quickly and then if you say you know. homeschooling and run schooling. You know Sudbury model school or some other alternative is this better vision they'll. They might come along with you on that as well, and then they'll kind of walk away and say, so what because they don't know how to get from here to there and so I just I had this realization that. If you start with hey, her something for you give it a try. And if it makes your life back and it makes you more free, you'll want more of it. You don't even need to be intellectually convinced at all. You just choose to live that way without any argument required. And that's kind of to me entrepreneurship, it's creating the alternatives creating kind of world you wanna live in instead of just complaining about what's wrong with the world today so that it took me a lot longer than I wish it did not to go to that place where I realized all of his energy I had was better spent creating new experiences for people. Then merely it doesn't mean I don't WanNa talk about ideas, but then merely talking about the ideas. That makes such good sense to me. You know as I unschooled and allowed my daughter's to self direct their education. So many people said, wow, you're so brave to do that and it looked so risky and. Your tenable to them, and then I would hear them all these. MOMS August saying Oh, I hope it gets a good teacher and I hope they're not bullied because they were asked year. To me they were. Spinning the Roulette Wheel on that one. But so so as you have been able to give you know hundreds of young people, the experience of freedom. That's one thing I'm so excited to talk about today because. Practices and crash are such. Amazing. I'M NOT GONNA say a ballot alternative because I think it's really the most risk-free path into adulthood that I see you know rather than getting tens of thousands of dollars of debt and hope you can get a job on the end of that. So could you tell us a little bit about your path in creating practice and then how out of that you spun crash? Yes. Absolutely. It's funny. I. Just WanNa quickly comment on you said it's. It's risk-free at it's it's really funny I think about this law because. In the kind of. Financial sense or sort of pragmatic sense. Practice in particular is very, very low risk I mean if you get into the program and you do it like pretty much everybody gets a job after the program and the program pays for itself. So the net cost zero. So it's like a very low risk, but it's not risk free at all. In the terms of the price that you pay socially.

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with Isaac Morehouse founder of Praxis and Crash - burst 02

Humans Rising Podcast

05:46 min | 7 months ago

with Isaac Morehouse founder of Praxis and Crash - burst 02

"And today I am here with Isaac Morehouse who is the founder of praxis and also crash dot co a welcome Isaac. Thank you so much for joining me today. Absolutely. It's great to be here. So, I have been I, guess following your excellent work in the world for several years and I am so inspired by what you say your mission in life is your purpose, which is the relentless pursuit of freedom. And so. As I watched. Some of your videos you talked about how you started early in your career really teaching principles of freedom to young people. But where you are today is rather than just share ideas. You really giving people a taste of freedom so they won't settle for anything less. So yeah. That's exactly a good way to to frame it out Because I'm a big ideas person and obviously freedom is it's an idea but it's it's really a lived experience. It's a feeling you have and I. I spent a lot of years. Trying to through just argumentation and education. Trying to expand the scope of freedom after myself and for others you know trying to argue for freer government policy is in, you know people that took to make choices to make themselves more free in their lives and. I. Found that it's really hard to envision. What you have to know what could be you have to have a bit of a taste of it in order to be motivated enough to make a change. So there's my favorite economists Ludwig von me says, there's three preconditions to human action. One is dissatisfaction with the status quo to is vision of something better, and three is a belief in the ability to get there and I find that whether you're talking about education, which is a space I've been in a lot or just any other career government, any areas of life it's not that hard for people to feel dissatisfaction discomfort with where they are. Of Vision of something better is a little harder, it's a little harder to be and I know that there is a superior version of my life over here and then I think the hardest is a belief in the ability to get there even if you have that that vision of something that might be better and so. I thought I've been I've been basically trying to convince people that the status quo. Socks, and to a lesser degree that there is a superior vision of life over here. But if they don't have that belief in the ability to get their nothing's going to happen. So if you just tell somebody you know, for example, the public school system is Scott all these terrible incentive. There's always reasons that it's bad. They'll shake their head and you can convince them pretty quickly and then if you say you know. homeschooling and run schooling. You know Sudbury model school or some other alternative is this better vision they'll. They might come along with you on that as well, and then they'll kind of walk away and say, so what because they don't know how to get from here to there and so I just I had this realization that. If you start with hey, her something for you give it a try. And if it makes your life back and it makes you more free, you'll want more of it. You don't even need to be intellectually convinced at all. You just choose to live that way without any argument required. And that's kind of to me entrepreneurship, it's creating the alternatives creating kind of world you wanna live in instead of just complaining about what's wrong with the world today so that it took me a lot longer than I wish it did not to go to that place where I realized all of his energy I had was better spent creating new experiences for people. Then merely it doesn't mean I don't WanNa talk about ideas, but then merely talking about the ideas. That makes such good sense to me. You know as I unschooled and allowed my daughter's to self direct their education. So many people said, wow, you're so brave to do that and it looked so risky and. Your tenable to them, and then I would hear them all these. MOMS August saying Oh, I hope it gets a good teacher and I hope they're not bullied because they were asked year. To me they were. Spinning the Roulette Wheel on that one. But so so as you have been able to give you know hundreds of young people, the experience of freedom. That's one thing I'm so excited to talk about today because. Practices and crash are such. Amazing. I'M NOT GONNA say a ballot alternative because I think it's really the most risk-free path into adulthood that I see you know rather than getting tens of thousands of dollars of debt and hope you can get a job on the end of that. So could you tell us a little bit about your path in creating practice and then how out of that you spun crash? Yes. Absolutely. It's funny. I. Just WanNa quickly comment on you said it's. It's risk-free at it's it's really funny I think about this law because. In the kind of. Financial sense or sort of pragmatic sense. Practice in particular is very, very low risk I mean if you get into the program and you do it like pretty much everybody gets a job after the program and the program pays for itself. So the net cost zero. So it's like a very low risk, but it's not risk free at all. In the terms of the price that you pay socially.

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Obituary: Herman Cain

TIME's Top Stories

05:52 min | 7 months ago

Obituary: Herman Cain

"Herman Cain helped define the American black conservative movement. He also set the stage for trump by Philip Elliott. Herman. CAIN remembered the nineteen ninety-six moment that changed his political trajectory as clearly as any in his life. The businessman was advising Jack Kemp's vice presidential campaign and accompanied the boss to the iconic Sylvia's soul food restaurant in Harlem for an event a man in the crowd shouted out to Kane and colleagues Black Republicans, there's no such thing. The. Same Man in canes telling called them Uncle Toms. The episode. So angered Kane that when he got home from that campaign swing, he switched from a registered independent to a card carrying member of the Republican. Party and over the next quarter century, the child of the segregated south became one of the best known black Republicans in the country briefly rising to be his party's presidential front runner for the two thousand twelve nomination and remaining one of the most quotable stars in conservative media. So committed to his party's stick it in the I e host was Cain that he flew to Tulsa. Oklahoma for President Donald, trump's first return to the campaign trail after one hundred thousand US corona virus deaths despite dire warnings from public health experts at that endure rally on June twentieth the stage four colon cancer survivor posed for pictures without wearing a mask and sat in the packed stands with fellow fans of the president on June twenty-ninth Cain tested positive for the corona virus. On July second, his aides announced he had been hospitalized while fighting the disease his twitter account continued to criticize mask wearing and to promote unproven endorsements of hydroxy. On. July. Thirtieth CAIN aides announced he had died from the White House trump attributed the death to the thing called the virus cain among the most prominent Americans to die during this pandemic who was seventy four In many ways, Kane and trump were cut from the same cloth neither had been elected to any political post before running for the White House, both delighted in needling the Republican Party's establishment and the mainstream press they shot from the hip campaigned in slogans and didn't much care to learn the details. Both men were dogged by allegations of sexual affairs and inappropriate behavior, and both denied the allegations they proved disqualifying for Kane who ended his bid in December twenty eleven under intense scrutiny. But they did not derail trump just one election cycle. Later, they were also both savvy exploiters of the media. In saying things they knew would provoke outrage and thus amplify the celebrity at the core of their bids indifference toward if not hostility against what had come before was a cornerstone of their strategy, not a flaw. CAIN was born in Memphis in nineteen forty-five to a domestic worker mother and a janitor father when his dad was hired to be the chauffeur for the head of coca-cola, the family moved to Atlanta where cain would graduate from Morehouse College. He then completed his graduate studies at Purdue University after civilian service in the navy from there Kane moved from engineer to executive with Pillsbury and its subsidiaries of Burger King and Godfather's pizza where he would be its CEO. In nineteen, Eighty Eight, he oversaw Godfather's. From, Pillsbury throughout the same time yelled positions with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. That part of his resume lead trump to consider cane for a position in his administration a move that drew dissent from fellow Republicans who were not eager to revisit the allegations against Kane for three years. Kane led the national. Restaurant Association a lobbying arm for the industry that paid settlements to at least two women who detailed canes unwanted advances. His was not a typical career in his post. CEO Years Cain became a sought after motivational speaker and unsuccessful presidential candidate in two thousand and a Senate one in two thousand four. As, the tea party movement started to organize after Barack Obama's election to the White House. Kane emerged as one of its strongest spokespeople when the twenty twelve election cycle began kane decided to run the scrappy est of campaigns focused on untrue additional travel schedule that often seemed more like a book tour than an organizing effort. His novel nine, nine nine tax plan proposing a nine percent corporate business flat tax, a nine percent personal income flat tax and a nine percent national sales tax drew I rolls from economists but curiosity from voters. Antipathy toward front runner Mitt Romney proved sufficient to give cain a chance to rise in the late summer and fall of twenty eleven until his personal life just proved too much. But he didn't shrink from podcast life. Instead he became a ubiquitous voice and reliable critic of Democrats

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Members Of The Class Of 2020 Face A Brutal Job Market

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:21 min | 7 months ago

Members Of The Class Of 2020 Face A Brutal Job Market

"Just. A few months ago college seniors could reasonably expect to graduate into one of the best job markets in history. Now, because of the pandemic, they've graduated into one of the worst generations when members of the class of twenty twenty half landed jobs, the experience is odd NPR's Berlin reports. Twenty twenty was shaping up to be a great year for Golden. DACA, he be the first member of his family to graduate from college not only that he was the Valedictorian of his school. Morehouse College. ATLANTA. But in March, campus emptied and classes went online and then the moment he'd been waiting for commencement it was postponed I wanted to give that huge speech onstage with my family friends and loved ones who made it very possible for me to go to it came to an abrupt end been expecting rites of passage and celebration. Instead he landed in the pandemic, it's been a really difficult transition you know and it's been one that's a mocking allies with. A lot of uncertainty. A lot of self doubt. Worst of all, his grandmother who was supposed to come see him graduate passed away in their native. Zambia. Despite everything, there has been a bright spot dako landed a paid fellowship with the governor of Illinois after four rounds of remote interviews. So I'm more on the fortunate side and a lot of my classmates in other individuals across the nation are is a very challenging time to be a new college graduate through pollock is a Labor economist with the job sites Ziprecruiter. So compared with fee labor market in February before covert hit, we have seen job postings for the entry level positions most popular among new college graduates fall by seventy three percent. But even though postings have plummeted, people are still landing jobs. So even in a crisis, there are companies hiring eighteen million jobs have been posted. On ziprecruiter since covert struck, what has changed dramatically is how those new workers get hired interviews or evolving from those zoom skype calls and now to virtual video platforms where you record yourself answering the questions and then send that video in yourself. So you have no interaction with a person that all the lack of face to face human interaction that's been one constant for Danielle Kaplan she graduated this spring from the University of Iowa, and moved in with her mom it's been fine. But with a lot of activity around the house, it was tricky for her to find a quiet place for job interviews. So I, feel like my interviewer singing a different background, every single time with them. You know this is a very difficult, but as it turned out, backgrounds didn't matter. So I will be heading to Kansas City to work at a startup in. So I'm really excited about it. Kaplan's excitement is accompanied by trepidation because so much of the last few months felt unreal even disembodied. This is a huge major life transition that I'm about to undergo and it doesn't feel that way. I've been virtually meeting people. Virtually getting an apartment. So nothing feels like tangible to me all that is about to change this weekend. Kaplan will load up a rental truck and moved to a new hometown. Kansas. City. There won't be anything virtual about it. Berliner NPR news.

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Morehouse College cancels all fall sports, including football, because of COVID-19 health risks.

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Morehouse College cancels all fall sports, including football, because of COVID-19 health risks.

"College. The Alma Mater of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior has cancelled all fall sports including football because of Kobe. Concerns. Yes, there are small athletic department, but. Look for more smaller athletic departments to go this route the testing the contract. The contact tracing is just going to overwhelm some athletic departments.

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"morehouse" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

03:01 min | 8 months ago

"morehouse" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Another standing ovation in the room by the way? So! Obviously, that was such a powerful moment, and I believe I'm in thinking. This is one of the first interviews you've done since the commencement space that is right. So why did you choose to make that amazing gesture morehouse? A lot has to do with again how I grew up. Kind of choked up a little bit, thanks for that wonderful applause. So again it's coming from a community cared about. Each? Other I just actually arrived from South Africa a few hours ago and was reminded of that by. A beautiful talented woman, who was actually widow of Stephen Bilko and we had lunch. We talked about this concept of. To. Which is the love of humanity. If you think about philanthropy. Is the love of humanity. And when you think about your community, how do you love your community? You share in the bounty. With that community in some cases, it's the wisdom. It's the teachings. Some cases it's the time. It's nourishment some cases in some cases. It's bad for someone to sleep on. Or gentle words of encouragement. And when I think about my community. which has multiple layers to it and I thought about that Morehouse community. Of these young African American men. who have an unfair burden in this country? On so many different levels. And I thought. How can I help them? With burden that I can help with. One way is to alleviate the debt, not only for them on them, but the debt that most of them. Are also responsible on their families. and to give them a chance to liberate. Themselves in their communities through their actions as opposed to. Walking out forty fifty thousand dollars in debt, having to take job to service the debt and twenty years later. Not Having had a chance to really deliver what they what their hearts and minds say are the right I purpose. Into the community that they came from. So! I. I told these these young brothers I said. Now you figure out. How you're going.

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"morehouse" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"morehouse" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"You don't want to be on the bus. You want to own you WANNA drive it and you WanNa pick up as many people on the ways you can. Men of Morehouse. You are surrounded by community of people who have helped you have at this sacred place on the sacred day. On behalf of the eight. Generations of my family who have been in this country. We're GONNA. Put a little fuel in your bus. I've got the alumni over there, and this is the challenge to you alumni. This my class twenty nineteen. and. My family is making a grant to eliminate their student loans. Now. I know my class. Will make sure they pay this forward. Look at these alumnus, these beautiful morehouse brothers. This make sure. Every class has the same opportunity going forward. was another standing ovation in the room by the way?.

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Netflix CEO to donate $120M to Black education

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Netflix CEO to donate $120M to Black education

"Netflix CEO making a huge donation to black education in the wake of the black lives matter protest CEO reed Hastings and his wife pledging one hundred twenty million dollars to the United Negro college fund into historically black colleges Spelman college and Morehouse College both based in Atlanta Hastings said the donation is the best gift we've ever

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Donates $120 Million To HBCUs

VB in the Middle

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Donates $120 Million To HBCUs

"Netflix CEO making a huge donation to black education in the wake of the black lives matter protest CEO reed Hastings and his wife pledging one hundred twenty million dollars to the United Negro college fund into historically black colleges Spelman college and Morehouse College both based in Atlanta Hastings said the donation is the best gift we've ever

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Netflix CEO to donate $120M to historically black colleges

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Netflix CEO to donate $120M to historically black colleges

"Netflix co founder and CEO reed Hastings and his wife Patty Quillin are donating one hundred twenty million dollars toward historically black colleges and universities it's the largest single individual gift in support of historically black schools Hastings tells CBS this morning he hopes that donation will spur others to donate the same way we realized that if we really want us to order the H. B. C. use the right way we should dig deeper and so that's where you know Patty and I wanted to really Copenhagen really started the ball rolling the money will be divided between the United Negro college fund Spelman college and Morehouse College Hastings has a history of supporting educational clauses including charter schools in twenty sixteen he launched a one hundred million dollar education fun beginning with

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"morehouse" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"morehouse" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Right like it's artificially reduced risk by saying you put a Cap I'd Cetera. You've you're backed by the federal the government and so often not always a lot of these. Extra analogies are the result of not letting markets happen like common law and the ability for people to sue based on damages incurred is like really really awesome and should be really really robust and when things are put in place often well-meaning tort reform or whatever to prevent those abuses. I think it creates these giant pockets where these things can happen and then they get taken over in turn into public policy battles which is just a a fight over who gets to divvy up the spoils else and that doesn't really help anybody. So the the more you can have rights and markets in these things whether individual collective whatever I think the better for reducing those talk about why south honesty is a struggle of our H.. So again this comes back to this like thing that I'm sort of on which I'm still very early like half forum but I just keep thinking about that. Were were babies in the information age. And so you're out there on social media. You're out there with your reputation mutation. And you're sort of in this constant stream of dialogue and the away that being rewarded for saying the right things in aligning dining yourself with the right things with whatever's in vogue. It's so strong it's such a strong force that I think it makes it incredibly hard to reflect and be honest just with yourself about what you actually believe and why and so the the desire to have the good opinion of others which is nothing new. But the constant numerical. Eric Tally of where you stand. In the good opinion of others is new. And so there's this constant drive to like get that right and like win win in the game of whether you're on twitter or whatever and that makes it incredibly hard to know what you actually want and this is this constant thing so I find this blog every day and doing this for years and I don't have like a massive blackout. The answer anything but when you start to get an audience and he creators have dealt with this for years. You start to face this huge conflict of like what's me and what's me appeasing other people and now this is not something that's unique to two platinum selling artists or whatever. It's like all of us all the time. We're constantly facing this struggle. Like what am I doing for me. What actually is like me? And who in my essence and I think not being good at being alone with our thoughts not being good at sort of stepping away and I'm not one of these like retreat st from social media types. I'll do that from time to time. I I love it. I gained so much more positive negatively but I found that the burden of learning. What what I really want in separating that from what I want people to think that I want is like incredibly challenging and and as you create a brand it can be a liberating way to open up opportunities but can also feel like a trap? So if I go out there and say Eric. My one goal in life is to make crash via billion dollar company now. I've spoken token that out there. And that's Artemije brand now. What if one day a couple of years down the road I realized I don't like that model and I would like just a a nice steady? You know what people would call a lifestyle business now if I've immersed myself in the world's venture capital and I've gone out there whatever that's like shameful thing right even though objectively it might be a great life like now I have to contend with my own brand as a force. That's trying to battle with me for my own sense of of what I want and so just constantly constantly coming back and I think I find it really healthy to do to occasionally do things that shock people not just for its own sake but as a reminder or to like keep the weeds from growing into and making your identity trapped by what you've done what you've put out there and what your social media reputation mutation is or like leave a platform right when you're on the top and be like okay. I'm the king of Instagram. I'm GONNA quit instagram now. And only do a new platform that I'm a total total new bond like practices like that I think are are increasingly important to try to stay raw and figure out what you actually want. Instead of just sorta like becoming the result of dopamine. It's like I say I think they do. Come to the podcast for guests who want to go deeper into your work and to the crash probably the easiest thing is to go to. Isaac Morehouse DOT COM. You can find a link to crash you can find a link to all the other stuff that I'm up to that sort of a good one. Stop Shop Early Stage Entrepreneur we'd love to hear. FDA please hit us up at village global dot BC slash at work Cadillac Hello..

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"morehouse" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"morehouse" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Think about all the time like I I feel like if I were an investor I would just be waiting for every pitch that comes to me in hoping that it was the pitch that makes me go. Yes that's the solution to this thing because I feel like there's something huge there that's that's waiting to take off the square that with I league you really into you talk about how individuals Asian of everything What do you mean by that? You're that why is it is what are you going to buy of this concept still. Yeah Yeah we a trigger word for me. Although I'm sure I say AH sometimes as well as the collective is an easy shortcut sometimes but know what I mean by that is like this is part of the whole learning to deal with the information world where your reputation can become this thing. That's completely alien to you. That's like and so you feel like you maintain his reputation on. Let's say social media and you have to go out and say things he's like. We need to solve poverty. We need to solve whatever we need more of this and it's like the none of that means anything. What can you do to improve your our own life and the lives of those around you can offer something build something that entices people to live in a way that you think will make them better off and that they do too because they voluntarily gave view their money? And if you're not doing that I don't give a damn about all this. We stuff that we should do this. We should spend more on this and we should spend less on none of that matters like go build it right so I love love markets and actually putting things into the real world and saying if if if my theory about what we ought to do is correct then I should be able to build a business that can win right and if not then I gotta go back to the drawing board. I Love I love bringing it back to like the realm of action. What's within my control but in terms of like markets and lack of community? I think it goes the other way around. I think anywhere you see free association and Frankly Commerce you have an environment more conducive for community the N.. Connection than anywhere where you see things run in an institutional or certainly a political manner so you take things like take a simple example in a small towns. Say you've got a large National Walmart wants to build a store in. Its now you bring in. You have no politics and what you're going to have is. Let's say I live next to my neighbor and let's say he owns a small mom and pop culture. I shop there and it's okay but it's high price in bad selection. We're friends and then Walmart comes into town. Stop Start Shopping at Walmart now. He and I are still friends friends. And we'd probably never talk about that and he may or may not be like hey. Are you still shopping at my store. Work the the market has this ability to just be like you know we can go out and do our anonymous transactions actions and we can peacefully coexist. Let's say politics gets involved and there's a referendum that has to be passed in order for Walmart to move in now. He's going to put a sign in his yard. That says ban woolmer. If I'm like well I love Walmart. It's cheap goods and I'm trying to save money for my family and then I'm GONNA put an sign that says bring in Walmart and now we're enemies now. We can't be friends anymore because we have they put it up to a vote. We all had to fight about it instead of like. Let me shop where I wont let you do what you want right and I think the commerce has this amazing civilizing force and the fact that we have have choice. There is no genuine community without choice being forced into a community or a group I think creates the atomization creates the retreat within which is part of what what. I'm getting to with school. The number of kids who are painfully lonely sitting in classes full of other kids is off the charts and I think allowing kids to like explore four and figure out how to.

"morehouse" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"morehouse" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by Belichick global here today with a very special guest Isaac morehouse founder and CEO Crash. Isaac welcomes the podcast. Hey thanks for having me so is if you've been in this world for the education world Worlds for a while but you give a agree background of what you're doing crash and what you did before tits gets this point. Yeah so at crash. We are creating a talent marketplace for specifically for entry level non technical talent really people were looking at their first professional job and they're not specialists. They're not really sure you're not like oh I wanna be a coder or oh I know I'm going to go into practice law. They're kind of generalists types and they've got some Some skill ability but they're looking to get started and so it's a it's a reverse jobs board away for people to create a profile to signal their skills and create pitches to go out in attract specific companies. How I came to do that? And we're very early with crash just over the last six years I started a company called practice which was a startup apprenticeship program. It's a online bootcamp followed by an in person. Listen six month apprenticeship at a startup and for a similar audience. People who Wanna get their career started and I created it as an explicit reaction against against the college to career conveyor belt idea as a look if you want to start your career and your coming right out of high school or whatever whatever. What's the most direct route to get there and the idea that you would sit in a classroom separated from the marketplace a place for four years? And that's supposed to make you more able to navigate the marketplace analogy. I like to use his. And this is nothing radical on your show. I know but the analogy is like if we talk bike. Ride in the way we sort of prep people for careers it would be you know you spend twenty years studying bikes and looking at pictures of them and labeling them in learning the history and and then you're dropped off in the middle of the highway. It's like okay congratulations. Go right you've never gotten to try. One was to create something that makes that transition much easier. Get the basic stuff stuff. You need to not be a complete idiot on your first day on the job and had some value to offer lower the cost to employers of bringing people in earlier by creating a low low price his apprenticeship program where they're they're learning working on and let them use that as a jumping off point and so having built that having grown over the last five years and just seeing how effective effective it was constantly itching to do something like this that can be massive in scale and I sort of talk about the difference between changing lives and changing life itself and changing lives feels really good and I think we need to as humans to like feel good and healthy. It's a nice thing to be nice to individual people and help individual the people that you can see but changing the way that life itself is structured. Maybe that's arrogant sounding. That's that's exciting to me. I want to change the incentive structure of the world when it comes to specifically to getting career started in so crash was kind of born out of the insights gained over over creating the practice apprenticeship program. And then let's go. Let's present at a general level. You could wave a WANNA change anything about the way life is structured. What might that look like? Oh Man I guess it's the most fundamental level. The thing that motivates me more than anything else is freedom in all of its forms so not only political freedom in things like that but I mean just freedom from like your own bullshit you know. Shame guilt expectations of others. Whatever it might be that you feel kind of keeps you on free and so I guess at a fundamental level any area where the use of forces being employed I want I want to replace it with volunteerism? I want to replace it with something peaceful. I want to replace it with competitive attempts to solve problems. Prevent problems Serve Needs in. I think the further you can go like any human would tell you I mean you could bring it out on a micro level as a parent perent right. If you have the I've got kids you've got kids in there. You deal with an issue. Would you rather use a violent solution or a peaceful whether or not you think there's ever room for violence. Everyone Roy say I prefer a peaceful one and I wanNA take that as far as it can go. I think it's really easy. Like let ourselves off the hook so in terms of just the world at large. I'm always looking looking for ways where you can replace with voluntary choice market actions. Anything that's got some form of coercion involved in it. And that kind of motivates motivates me. Where does that take place as you think about? Twelve and higher education if you could wave them on hauer their structure are they are they I totally would do during the. Let's get. Yeah so I mean you know if you remove you. Remove all violence links from the system Then taxation is no longer a viable option for funding. And so what you get is systems that end services that have to compete for voluntary voluntary dollars. Now those can be contributions those can be customers paying. Those can be third parties paying like businesses paying to have a school set up and all of those things you see a to a degree now but the the market is so inefficient. Because no one really knows what's valuable because so much of the money is coming from a system that is about voting which is artificially low cost way to indulge in irrational biases. If you ask people what do you like. They'll say nice things and the vote for them. I mean this is like company's customer discovery is more than asking people opinion polls right and so you know the education system absence absence all of the kind of interventions in market distortions. It's hard to know exactly what it would look like. It's abundantly clear that there is tremendous demand demand for training for education. I mean the fact that everyone is forced to pay something like twelve thousand dollars per student per year on average for K.. Through twelve alone own and so many still go out of their way to pay even more to do additional things with their kids or to do something else shows that like there or is a there is a massive demand. They're in then. Obviously when you move into college you still. You have all these market distortions. So I think you remove those and and what you get. Is something really really exciting now. The thing that excites me is you don't need to wait right so I'm not going to wait around for any policy change. I'M NOT GONNA wait for people to be like you know what taxation is a bad idea. You know what I mean like. I'm not worried about that. I WanNa look for points. where the because of the lack of accountability to the market to services are delivered so poorly that they're still taunts huns of room to innovate around those institutions? And you see this all across the spectrum of Education I was home schooled myself. And we're sort of unschooled schooling. homeschooling are our own children in the college range. Everything from things like access to coding boot camps. There's there's a massive world of things easy merging to compete with those sort of centrally provided services. And that's what excites me is to is to rather than arguing. I'm doing about what governments ought to do. I would rather just provide alternatives to consumers and say look this is better. You're going to get better outcomes and allow the a market based alternative to win out over time and that's kind of what what my focus is on so I don't know if that's too broad if I'm not getting down to your question enough audited Let's school you're experiencing. Do you think that there will be a multi-million company doing serve like an AIRBNB host can go be a viable alternative at scale for next year is thirty percent of people having to all I. I think it's GonNa continue to grind. I'm hugely bullish on home. Schooling as a market so. When I grew up home schooling it was borderline illegal? I think it was when my parents started are doing it. My Mom was a certified teacher so she was okay at the time and it was pretty much only like people doing it for religious reasons today here here where I live in Charleston. South Carolina alone is not like a large home school community. There's like three or four different very loose. Networks of home schooling. There's kind of the like like hippy. Crunchy you know home schoolers. There's the religious Christian home schoolers. There's the purely academic almost elitist. I like wealthy people who are doing this because they did a bunch of research and realized that this is GonNa make their kid get the best learning outcomes and then there's kind of like a fuzzy area between people who we're just sort of inbetween. Their kid wasn't doing well in school. They're not sure. And you have these networks and like ages grows so much growing up it was like I would say I was home school than people they would look at me weird and be like oh my gosh. I'm so sorry it's so weird now. If anything parents will say to us like like they almost feel the envious like man. That's cool. I wish I could do that right. So even the people who aren't doing it see it as a desirable option so I think it's a huge growth market and I think the even the term homeschooling is. Maybe a little too has too much specificity or baggage to describe. I think what's happening this flowering of choices cases. Where kids are doing things like going to school to day? Two half days a week then maybe doesn't have homework or going. Someplace that gives them a little structure or doing doing some combination of online or things like these Sudbury schools that are like these democratic free schools. And so there's a whole range of options in the big. The pain points are in the opportunities -tunities for I think start ups are things like shared resources and pure groups. So when you're maybe twelve and under homeschooling like it's just so amazing. And there's almost the downsides are so little compared to the upsides once kids get to be in their early teens they really he craved. And by the way when you're younger being mixed age groups is really really beneficial. It's so much better than being an age segregated groups for those kids for their learning and all these things bullying basically disappears disappears like. It's pretty amazing. We get into early teens. Kids not only WANNA beat around a lot of other kids. They want to be around kids in their same age range more than ever and they want that connection Shen for home schoolers. That's where it's a challenge because the choices are join a big giant public school and the kids often are like early. WanNa do all that stuff but like I wanNA have a social group somewhere and so creating spaces in the way. Society is basically illegal for those kids to work..

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"morehouse" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"morehouse" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"He's an entrepreneur, he's invested in and built up companies. Capitalism. Has made him rich not socialism. Capitalism. Hard work risk. Entrepreneurship free markets. All attributes features unique to capitalism. Not socialism. I wish that these four hundred graduates at Morehouse college understood this I'll bet ya out of this graduating class four hundred young people again, Morehouse college a predominantly African American college. I'll bet most of them are all Democrats. I'll bet there. They tend to be left of center. I'll bet many of them support, socialism, they're going to vote for a democrat candidate for president, they support free college and free everything. They want America to be a socialist country. How sad that. Probably most of them. Don't understand. Most of them who are probably antagonistic toward capitalism. Most of them, probably don't understand that their student loan debt is going to be paid for by somebody else because of capitalism. That political and economic system that so many of them looked down upon and impune. Free market, capitalism, made Robert F Smith a billionaire. No other economic or political system in the world. Could have done that socialism, most certainly couldn't have done that Robert F Smith by the way, African American grew up in a very middle class. Home had a mom and dad, which is great, but he grew up middle class. He was a smart guy went to school on a scholarship went to business school on a scholarship, and then away he went he worked his ass off. Gamble the wrist he invested a lot. He did some great great things. And before you know, it, he became a billionaire. He took advantage of. And worked through capitalism. And that made him a billionaire freedom and free markets. Not government control. Government didn't make this guy wealthy. Government control of the means of production did not make this guy wealthy. No. The markets did freedom. Did. It's a great story. And it is an incredibly generous thing. For this Robert, F Smith is billionaire to do and let us hope in the weeks months and years to come that these graduating seniors.

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"morehouse" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"morehouse" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Just text klavan to thirty thirty thirty you will like it new think. Sure. I look great. But how do you spell it? It's KOA via no easing claybin. But I sure make it look easy. So a graduation for Morehouse college a talking about who gets to decide who gets to decide why are Democrats, so committed the babies should be killed on your decision, but not that your money should be spent by your decision. That's the only decision they're willing to let people make is how, how what drugs to take what recreational drugs to take when to have sex and went to kill their babies. Why? Because those. Are three things that will enslave, you. And then they get to make all the other decisions because they are the dragon Queen Morehouse college. A traditionally black college. They say that because it's so Blackhawks, it was a black college. And a I think he's the richest black man in America. Robert Smith said that he was going to donate forty million dollars and alleviate all the debt of the kids who are graduating from school. So big, big deal. He's, he's a private equity firm. Right. One of these kids, which I really interesting to me, he couldn't believe it. So he went up to the guy after the Speedo when he got his. He got his degree. You know you go up and shake hands with the speaker, and he said, did you really just say you're going to pay off my debt and the kid and the Smith said to him go out into the world and do things? Don't worry about your debts. Okay. Which is really interesting because I'm not a billionaire, but that is what I tell people to don't worry about, you know, solving the past worry about reparations. What are you going to do? What are you going to do? The people and for your society. What are you going to contribute? That is the thing that you should be asking yourself because that's where you get a happy life. That's where you get a life of of worth. So the left at reacted to this a man giving his personal wealth to pay off the debts of students. They reacted this as typical. Here's Alexandria occasional cortex. Here again. But this time from Washington DC, which is named after our country's first President, George Washington DC..

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"morehouse" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"morehouse" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Now this Friday this is Friday night, so chicken and waffle late. Friday did not go to Harlem heat from the conversation. So look don't go to where we'll come back Daniel if you are a more houses. Bama Lama you are listening in then call us up. We want to hear for you happy homecoming to you too. And we're talking about the other activities. We know you got a lot lot activities. Anybody from Spelman Morehouse that are listening. You won't tell us about the events that are going down this weekend. But we certainly want you to get your tickets to this event. So when we come back Daniel, tell us every way that we can buy tickets because we want the event to be sold completely out. We won't them. They look just like dinner on Blunk. I saw you all I was always in Gaza male. I say y'all dressed up in all your white out in the parking lot. And all, you know, people get good get in looking over the fence. And there I saw the by the thousands over there. So we need to make sure you come back this week to support these young people at Spelman and Morehouse college as they launched their careers. That's going to be a long course of study in a lot of money. A lot of money to get through dental and medical school. And this is the foundational level for that. We'll come back, Dan, you're gonna tell us how you can buy your tickets to the event and tell us all about it as well. But if you are an alarm or Spelman Morehouse, you attended even if you didn't finish attended call us up at four four eight nine two two seven zero three don't go to play. Stick sticking. Stay with us. It is too much trooper there bozeman on news talk thirteen eighty wwl care. Call us at four zero four eight nine two two seven zero.

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"morehouse" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"morehouse" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Spelman Morehouse Morehouse school of medicine all look like the, eight, Houston, is, filling, up again It. Is good, to see you. Know. You, talk about more house. You're talking about eighteen sixty something I think it is Morris. Brown eighteen eighty one Clark Atlanta. University read in there Hundred plus years of educating the best and the brightest minds undisputed in terms of what they produce the product that comes out of those hallowed places and it is all it. Always makes me excited as the Lom to see the. Vibrancy but it always give me a pause and thank back they've, been doing this. One hundred. Thirty one hundred forty years One hundred thirty one. Hundred forty years these institutions have stood so let's support him Let's go. To Sherry in Atlanta. Sherri how are you I'm wonderful, how, are you oh If I were doing it about I had to Baal it up and sell it at. Midnight for. Nineteen ninety nine? Sherry Well I'm just sitting here in joined. Another great show I don't know how you do a day after day. You just inspire us and you, move to action I wanna thank you for this wonderful tribute to the Queen of soul Wow now the Akron who will definitely be. Missed, for her body of music will go on forever. It seems still kind of surreal I was just watching. Some of the footage because I'm just fascinated ED's. They transported her body to Swanson's funeral home up in the Detroit area This side is over you know but she gave us. So much good it's just unreal. The and then to see some of the performances some of the stuff. You did see her granddaughter uploaded a video from March of this year Just the two of them she had in our home apparently room they call the peace Rome Had a piano and she would just sit down and play and she would. Just yeah, just young kind of torn around with, the piano and blowing kisses to her granddaughter so yeah I? Don't, know if you're listeners remember but you know she did that song. About the pink Cadillac yeah Go rhino the freeway make love with a peak. LA she, actually owns a pink Cadillac like a, nineteen fifty-six p. galaxy actually bought the car apparently right and? So Know I I'm a part of the Mary Kay family all right then got your? Big yet Yeah I seven Mary Detail? You, gotta be Cadillac Yeah and a pink Cadillac directors up in Detroit. Actually doing a tribute Read the and. I was trying to get the name of the the the church in I think it's greater grace in Detroit. And, put a call out all the folks who drive a pink Cadillac Oh Tribu so I think that is. Awesome, yeah that would be a sight to see that would be. Spectacular I love that, idea yeah so the last thing I want to mention is you know Marta is doing. A community outreach hit us to tell them which projects they want us to fine. With the two point five billion with a b. that's going to be available over the next forty years and I just want to let your listeners know about three events that have got to be held this. Week, next week so that they can come out and get more, information and understanding of what's going. On now the beltline light rail project as well as. The Emory projects and they are in, dance corridors they can qualify for, other types of funding over. Time but because the camel trail. Roles, area somebody other south west area project they'll have a density They won't qualify for that additional, funding so it's real Some, arbitrary and capricious. Rule lace, it up first of all be no beltline but anyway I go ahead and. Tell the people Dangle never put no train Ono track going on, beltline but go ahead right so they if they want. More information than they should. Get more formation because this, is a half payday sales. Tax every. Tax ourselves back in twenty sixteen so we're. Paying for it so we might as well you know. What we. Heard so okay here we go on Thursday August the twenty third at the West End mall in the staging area. It's delicious come out at five thirty from five. Thirty to six. O'clock night at, six fifteen or. Five thirty, and six o'clock they don't serve dinner Okay and a meeting, this six to. Eight PM and it's about getting formation about more Marta. And service. Expansion this second meeting is gonna be the same day at the c. t. Martin rec center you know that used. To be the atmosphere That, meeting is from six to eight PM and there is no. Dinner with that, one but you know people. In that part of town we'll go in that part of. Town and, people know what Santa going west Dan and then the next day which is Friday the. Twenty. Four twelve known to walk walk but you know sometimes seniors don't drive on other people might be available. In the middle of the day so Friday August twenty four PM at the abbey e. W auditorium at five hundred one Polian street Born to have a meeting and it's. The same, thing to get more formation about martyrs expansion I well we appreciate you for sharing information Are you to fall for eight nine. Two two, seven zero three don't go away They'll go to place we'll be back in a moment five the. Phone lines we, certainly want to hear from you what? You got going this weekend what. You're doing where. Are you going to be at I may pull up. On you you never. Know we'll be back in a moment is, news, and talk. Thirteen. Eighty.

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"morehouse" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"morehouse" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"Touring places like touring the built morehouse is i just feel like i'm part of a tour you know what i'm saying so like i i've taken the a sleep over the bill more tour twice one time at christmas highly recommend it i mean it's amazing i i love particular two or something is not a bucket list 'cause you you're walking with all these random does and you've got like the headphones on and some dude recorded a long time ago feel like cattle yeah yeah being herded through this thing and his like there's ropes and there's doors you can't go through is like no no no no this is not what i want what i want is i want fool access i want to be here for the night i wanna be able to walk around naked if i please cards in the smoking room i wanna be able to experience this castle as if i am the king for a night in he can do that at the caverns i think that's on my bucket list diversity been to the governs but you can stay the night down in there i'll put it on right now put it on there stay in whole overnight my name grand canyon caverns should clarify the grand staying whole overnight that will be the last thing on your bucket list that will you will be completing forever overnight he's typing okay there's more on your bucket list let's let's make sure we don't leave anything out.

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"morehouse" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"morehouse" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Morehouse college they want social advocacy leadership councils on each team to give them direct access to the owners to address social and racial inequalities they want team owners to use their clout to arrange meetings with local and state politicians and they want to the owners to bankroll in stadium an odd stadium marketing campaigns for social and racial justice like uefa has the note a racism campaign do you think the owners are but were going to be willing to give all of that yeah like you said a negotiation i'm not sure all of that the owners gonna try to figure out what is let's let's just be clearer they're gonna figure out what safe for them what safe for them and and i mean by that what our sponsors not gonna brett what are as the president of the united states how are they going to mollify him how are they gonna figure out if if they have fanned bases there under going to be against this kind of thing i'm a former team executive i know you have to balance a lot of people here and i think some of that is what i call easy give kind of like the cba easy gives on the put on a reduced practice time i think having a morehouse college workshop sure no problem uh put money behind from some pr sure what might get tougher is uh you like you said pudding stamped of collective policy on things that there's gonna be disagreement about but that's interesting from jim because now you're setting up some guidelines here and i as i said it to negotiation and i do wonder is this going to be de smith negotiation or is this going to be individual players are all player's gonna be represented at this meeting would they consider even capper neck those kind of things andrew bray m qb air we appreciate a couple of minutes this morning gray perspective a knowledge have yourself a wonderful weekend always thanks guys such as art idea to invite catholic yeah i mean it really the guy is ike he's becomes part of the zeitgeist of our nation right now i mean you ha i think it's a smart idea let's get to some nfl picks which team will come out victorious on the gridiron this is the fleece still find out or groups in maggie with their ultimate nfl ticks we're.

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