7 Burst results for "Mr Hinder"

"mr hinder" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

05:20 min | 3 months ago

"mr hinder" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"There actually is a third option. You can call on them to be a better person. And this was a phrase created by sonia. Renee taylor my favorite calling on response is to look the person dead in the eye cock led to the side. Like i really care. And saying i beg your pardon and then i wait. Many times. they'll start walking back their words just because of looking at like they lost their minds. We can use this calling in calling out calling. On approaches part of the spectrum of responses we can make to each other. And that's so so important one time. I miss gender students in my class and i froze and shame because i expected the students to jump down my throat mr hindering. Somebody's really big deal days. And instead the student looked at me and offered me grace by saying i'll that's all right professor that miss gender myself sometimes and eighteen-year-old showing me grace now. I believe that one of the most effective expressions of calling in is forgiveness and the most powerful example of radical forgiveness. I've ever seen happened after the twenty fifteen church massacre in charleston south carolina where nine people were killed and one of the victims funds. Chris singleton offered his mother's killer. I mean his mother's killer forgiveness. And i can't get his words exactly right but chris basically said forgiveness is more powerful than people realize because it lifts all of this stuff after you is freedom freedom from revenge freedom from anger freedom for patriot. Sadly he was called out for saying that. I believe that it's very possible to use these strategy. So i'm gonna tell you about my uncle frac- he ain't really my uncle but he's still living so i can't call him out anyway. He came to a family reunion and decided to talk about mexican american stealing jobs. And everybody's been chatting and eating quite happily till his racism. Silenced the room. Most people buried their faces in their plate. This was uncle frank. This is what he does. But i decided to respond but not with anger. I kinda organized a few comments and ask them a question uncle. Frank i know you. I love you. I respect you. And when i know about she was that you'd run into a burning building and save somebody if you could and you wouldn't care what race type person is. You wouldn't care whether they were gay or an immigrant. So uncle frank dust a man. I love and respect so tell me. How can i reconcile that. Good uncle frank. I know you are with the worst. It just came out of your mouth. You haven't called them in. You haven't called him out. You called on him to decide how is going to be and with this approach. He's less likely to become defensive. Because you haven't actually attacked him and while he's organizing what to say you've affirmed that he has options about how he wants to be especially in his thesis is and it's families is but most importantly the third thing you've achieved is that you did not let his bigotry go unchallenged and that was a witness by the entire family. How you stand up to bigotry and a family reunion without. Hey argument and throwing over the table now. Anybody can learn these tactics. As i've said and we really need to understand that we can offer people forgiveness and a chance to redeem themselves from their mistakes. Somebody gave us a chance to grow and we can offer that to others selanne. Invite you to join me in this calling in culture this calling in world that we're building. I think he will have a lot of joy and satisfaction in it like i found. We don't actually risk anything because all we risk losing is our pain. And then you'll learn the most powerful lesson i've learned from five decades of being a social justice activists fighting hate should be fun is being a hater. This sucks thank. Y'all

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"mr hinder" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"mr hinder" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"I do. It makes a very healthy eight or seven figures. Your it fluctuates business. Good yes sir. It's very good. Who does it breaks. Saudi pop everybody does. and so. that's you know it's like it's like a liquor store something who doesn't treat them some booze well same thing with soda pop now. Let's ask a question at this juncture artsy because it does irritate me a bit. Are you seeing soda pop on purpose. Are you doing that for effect. I'm doing it for affect everybody to think you're some kind of a regular guy I want people to think that. I'm a working class white. Not just that. I'm white but i'm i'm a member of the working class. People are gonna know. I'm white so you just say. Rc collins a regular working class white man. That's great on this program. We just refer to you as working class. Well mister hinson this program will just refer to you as working class because we are egalitarian. Here do you know what that means. Okay it means that we respect and recognize and encourage and and a campaign for the rights and for the for the happiness of people. Dig it all right never mind. Yeah so i agree with mr hinder. Although i don't know what the hell -tarian egalitarian. What it mean would look it up. Maybe you ought to look it up to kim anyway. I came out here in with good intentions dabbagh contests all right. We're going to have your contests. They just wanna get some things out of the way. I so mortgage you had a question. Yes i did seat so the prices you and the girls are in this contest to win a date with our c. collins with the possibility of having a second date until they become your wife. Is that it exactly exactly moon. Don't miss ms grey. And i don't mean to be all cutie poo with his act among though but i'm trying to trying to poke some excitement into this thing since i come up with the idea a week ago tuesday because so far it's just flat lining and i figure like mr henry show and maybe get some life into it but what what what happened man. Why is it flat lining well. I made the announcement in the company newsletter and i went on a local talk. Show up here in the bay area. Ah the bob cranston show and he comes on at like one to four. Am anti four gonna hear that. Well i tried. I tried with everything that i had. I thought by last ditch effort to get on your show. Oh well i'm so. Glad we're here is a last ditch effort. Get your underwear all bunched up the crack mr henry. I've tried to do your solid. Hey hold on a minute here man. If anybody's doing anybody a solid on this show..

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Hendrick Motorsports Tops All-Time Win List

NASCAR America

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Hendrick Motorsports Tops All-Time Win List

"Daniels is already there. On the line with us to join us here. On nascar america motormouth cliff a great guys. Thanks for having me. Yeah man good to see you. So i want to talk about the win but i wanna talk about the significance of two sixty nine. Getting that record breaking win for mr hinder. What that meant to you and kyle to be able to pull that off. Yeah it was a special day special win. Of course. I think race was relieved that it happened. Because he knew how well are companies performing right that we re edit potential to do it and of course you know all the individual teams were certainly gunning to do it But it's really cool to energy that we have entertainers tra- now. Everyone is working together so well across the board You know between the teams in shops That that the momentum the energy we have now is really cool. And i think that probably means as much to mr h right now because the last four years Things haven't been super right for injured. Motor sports kinda had to scratch and claw and work To to get ourselves back in contention every week so to have three wins that rover motor sports and then ticket that a record breaking for him. day

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"mr hinder" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"mr hinder" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Been spot on. I wear they run for like yeah and you can make a case. There were a lot of other winds the got away from them. So i didn't surprise me a bit surprised and some other people that didn't run as well but with what this team is doing. And and the momentum they have and running everywhere didn't come into shock. I think for so long we talked about carson. Potentially being a future champion superstar. And i knew he was going to be good at hendrick valued thing would happen in season one. I feel like we're already. They're already there and speaking of already there cliff. Daniels is already there. On the line with us to join us here. On nascar america motormouth cliff a great guys. Thanks for having me. Yeah man good to see you. So i want to talk about the win but i wanna talk about the significance of two sixty nine. Getting that record breaking win for mr hinder. What that meant to you and kyle to be able to pull that off. Yeah it was a special day special win. Of course. I think race was relieved that it happened. Because he knew how well are companies performing right that we re edit potential to do it and of course you know all the individual teams were certainly gunning to do it But it's really cool to energy that we have entertainers tra- now. Everyone is working together so well across the board You know between the teams in shops That that the momentum the energy we have now is really cool. And i think that probably means as much to mr h right now because the last four years Things haven't been super right for injured. Motor sports kinda had to scratch and claw and work To to get.

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"mr hinder" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"mr hinder" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"Gun out on me. and. We just sit in there and in like. I was like when you said that 'cause I. You know Apple here for the prosecution situation I 'cause I might. Could happen like so I already went through my mind in that regard, but when you said they were gone out and you. Know I in my mind. I'm like what? I what is going own? Your head in my head I'm thinking about. I'm even registering I'm so young. I'm not even registering I just. This is A. Traumatic experience that. I'm always going to remember you get what I'm saying and not knowing the danger. That I was just put in. I'm just thinking about. The was going on in my brain right there. I'm just like. Yo. Somebody's about to go to jail. You give I'm like Yo semi rather go to jail. On. And I'm looking at the do. The do the client and I'm like. I'm just looking I'm like y'all. It was Kinda. Like what's happening right now? Like really we don't. I'm not even my hair wasn't even on the. You know. What just happened to me per se. But you know you ban my older sister, you like. Your. Yard just. Right. And so, what ended up happening is I ended up the guy in the fan that he was the police, so the guy was already in the house. which all of this strange? Don't don't say open up the door having you coming up in the door. Why didn't they come food back? Which you or all? It was weird to me, and then he could've came out 'cause he's. Inches. I don't know how I'll work with them on. I opened up the door and. No No, no the COP says tells me that needs a cop and he tells you to sit down the stairs. Our House was the liberal was when I on the air, and then the stairs up, so he tells us to downstairs. He opens the door and then these white cops Maybe like four of them in total want to in police zoo regular close to in In Buh off uniform, and then bay commits to say Then the transphobia disrespectful stuff go out. They once they talk. They asked me tea, and then it is not that they don't know Mitee. They have to confirm it. And Started at the start, Mr Hindering me. And because my name was unchanged at the time, they were called me by my dad. And they were saying. Sir What do do you know this is? Do you know this illegal on Sarah? Y? You like really emphasizing Sir Sir. Why are you? Putting brother at risk by Regan, strange man, you know this illegal. You notice that, right? You don't need to sorry you don't need to have you. Know is a bad influence on him with him being your house and Sir This is. Not How as opposed to go now and Blah Blah Blah Blah, so in that moment I am feeling. There's a there's an embarrassment that's happening. Embarrassment in front of my brother that this is happening I'm getting busted for prosecution in front of my brother. This type of stuff is adding to the embarrassment in his also adding to my anger. Because how dare you judge me, don't know my situation. I can tell you I can tell that you don't really give up but you don't know all this back story that led to this situation and You don't really care because you're not asking about out. What led to this you're? You're not really caring. You're really judging me because I'm a tramp arson and you are trying to chastise me for being a bad example for this gender participate potentially straight man. You are more invested in his upbringing, and you want to teach me a lesson or chess. I've me about how I am failing in this situation by being a good male example to this man. Is that my nephew? Come on you're on camera..

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"mr hinder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"mr hinder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Daniel about the new America's new nihilism he writes that the new nihilism says that no matter how many reform police commissioners are appointed no matter how many black mayors or elected nothing is changed and that is the very definition of hopelessness but it's not hopeless go back to that to all that dot that will documented migration of people out of northern cities out of urban areas into rural areas in the south what urban areas in the south for that matter they're going for economic opportunity how is that accomplished well housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson Dr Carson he's proposed reforms of the mortgage lending market reducing regulatory hurdles to urban housing construction he's he's argue that we should get rid of those awful public housing prisons altogether that'll never happen and you want it never happened because that's how the political elite steak impact for housing authorities are political patronage urban renewal playgroups political patronage in places like Denver and Chicago the Minneapolis Los Angeles Dallas all those people stay in power through patronage and through unions and do you think they want to make a change no they do not but hinder you talk about taking a sledgehammer listen to this you know black parents love charter schools and vouchers supported private schools because charter schools and vouchers supported private schools teach values self respect and hope do you have any parents Washington DC I digress remote Washington DC had an incredible thank you program the black community in Washington DC love there was incredible competition for these vouchers and to get into the schools black parents in southeast DC would do almost anything to get their kids into the schools why because they knew they were gonna be taught values self respect they really be given hope they're going to give them a good education they were gonna be able to pull themselves up and make something of themselves by local Bhama America's first so called black president and the Democrats kill the program what would you do that but nope this option for poor and lower income parents has more Democratic Party opposition than ever before when will we see white college students marching in the streets over this moral abomination well Mr hinder you never go see you're never going to see it because no one's no one's willing other than Daniel Henninger the people read the Wall Street journal although I have read the comments for this article yet or I'm willing to face that reality black parents want for their children the same thing that Asian parents Latino parents white parents native American parents whatever one for their children a brighter future better education more economic opportunities school choice vouchers offer that do you think the teacher unions do you think the Democrat party is ever going to capitulate to that you would think they would be a shame think they would be embarrassed but they're not they're not because power is more important than economic opportunity our work is more important than education power is more important than values power is there value that's all we care about it's sick can occur says that no one could argue that the job creation and rising incomes of recent years for young black Americans are more in step with the United States two hundred forty four year history of opportunity but why bother the nihilism a permanent guilt is easier because it substitutes sentiment I would say a motion it substitutes sentiment for substance and absolve anyone of responsibility for past public policy errors I would say a past public policy failures utter failures you know we're we work before this stupid code thing came alone and we had this knee jerk reaction that rather than quarantine those that we thought were the most vulnerable and rather than recognizing that flattening the curve wasn't about reducing the number of deaths was spreading the DSL over longer time line this economy was humming more blacks employed that ever before saying for Hispanics the lowest black unemployment history right in the history of this country indirect we totally wrecked today unemployment claims were something like one point I forget what the exact number was the one point two one point five million new unemployment claims in the news was ecstatic in typical Democrat fashion they were ecstatic because you know what that's like a budget cuts all the great the the the growth rate has decreased yeah well that's still one point X. number whatever it is one point five million Americans new Americans the file for unemployment posted you're about that because it wasn't three million well that's because we're still we had the big burst and you have fewer and fewer and fewer but big burst plus fewer plus zero plus fewer still adds up to more and more and more it's almost as if the media things are economically idiots so most of us is if I think the media was just all think everything's just hunky dory it remains to be learned how the American people of any race or processing the events of the past week media minimalism says the choice is between Joe Biden and Donald Trump a lot bigger than that it's a it's a whole lot bigger than that yes between a country that's going to be based on our constitutional principles on capitalism free markets individual liberty individuals being able to seek economic opportunity and that economic opportunity actually existing you know I think that we're we're browbeat into thinking that this is an awful country and.

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"mr hinder" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"mr hinder" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To the show good morning you've actually got some news that you came in with this one and I was not aware of so what we start with that the scan interesting yeah it's on the heels of the Equifax situation that occurred with the king to the breach and you know I I suppose the continuing breaches that are continuing can that are occurring on a fairly routine basis with you know the stores and and entities that you sign up with the house of representatives the United States Congress house of representatives have made credit freezes for you for the public the still obviously has to go through the balance of Congress at the federal level but it it looks like this is something that's on its way to passing and before in order to do this you would need to to pay between two dollars and ten dollars based upon which state you're in although some of them you know it may have done it for you for free but the nice thing is is that if you do it online or the phone over the phone once this gets passed then you within one business day your credit will be frozen and that will protect you from having new things happen to your credit wise if you do by mail there's a three business day on the tail end of receipt of that mail and and even with that being said we know that the credit bureaus are delaying the receipt of their store and experience in particular is read read delaying the receipt but you only have to freeze one bear I believe it's the same way as the fraud alert we only have to freeze it with one bureau and then the other those bureaus notify the other bureaus okay so here's the interesting thing about this this this is something that should happen long time with it for that breach happened in in August I think so I believe in the second the eighth or ninth or something of August the reality is is that two thirds of the country were potentially exposed it just came out last week that now passports because some people use passports were breached as part of this process yeah and now here we are in may and and and it's just getting done now and by the way Equifax was awarded about a truck truck with the IRS after post the breach being in the house only seven million Bucks it's a dusting dusting all right you are in the habit of bringing all kinds of fantastic material of the table today is no exception we're gonna talk about statutory violations and an issue involving a company called LV NV funding which is again nothing to do with Las Vegas it's just a national collection agency that just happens to be their name right so they or attempting to collect debts on on credit card debt and there's a there's an agency called the debtors legal clinic is a nonprofit service organization that helps out the elderly or the poor because certain kinds of assets are excluded from collection process in the debtors legal clinic would say you know by the way we dispute the debt but even if the debt were validated then here's the reasons why you can't collect against these people and you know so you've got this the these debt collection companies in there there were a few cases at issue here they're all kind of got consolidated into this in into this battery of cases that have the same kind of line of reasoning on them and the the critical things are good Jed was never reported as being disputed and that's a big no no it's an automatic violation under the fair debt collection practices act and the reason this matters to people is that if I dispute the nature of the debt it's amount whether it's my account and all then in the credit bureaus should be reporting out so the people that I might want to borrow from can recognize that fact right the other thing too is that all collection activity must stop during this period of time correct right soon as you say that to a collector yes everything ceases right so this this particular company they decided it's it's and this one was not L. the envy was P. R. A. but portfolio recovery strategies yeah but they wound up not notifying the credit beers of the dispute not basically processing the validation requests this is an automatic thing the court concluded that if you if if the company the debt collection company fails to report the dead is disputed that's a material issue it creates a violation and creates the the protection for the consumers out there you will routinely go after companies by the way that they don't mark an item is in dispute it may seem simple to folks that are listening but if a consumer sends a dispute in and then thirty days later it doesn't show on the credit reports of the items listed in dispute you'll you'll take that federal court correct in the tail end of that is for the people if you disputed or if they come to you and you've disputed obviously you're gonna be watching that calendar and and so would we button follow up on that and make sure that the dispute has been registered that you're seeing it pop up on your credit or that you've got some confirmation from the debt collector that says yes we acknowledge your your validity request and we're gonna go ahead and process and sees collection activity right now yes so if you are consumer you've disputed something we actually excuse me we just got a great case from someone this week I have that right I didn't waste any time Mr hinder the right off to you because the consumer knew exactly was right where he sent the dispute note he had paid a bill this is a one of the Big Five banks he paid a collection on it settled the debt with them they gave him some terms he paid it out immediately that was settled in you know in October something of last year and then you know three months ago he wrote them a letter and say Hey you're you're indicating that this debt is still owed to you but I paid it and it never got marked in dispute never got nothing ever got corrected he said everything the entire packet certified mail receipts the letter all that stuff it's just a great idea to stay organized so that if this happens the law firm can jump in it would take you now to file a case ten days or twenty days or something no we could have a case filed within wrote probably no longer than a week's time depending on on what the kind of of of the issue is but it it and and there may be you know we may want to notify the debt collection agency in advance their yeah they've got a problem and it may be resolved without filing a lawsuit who knows Eric fox cover law each week at this time your here and provide a whole lot of great information and and content this next story is weird we had to discuss this for a few minutes it's kind of remedial credit for for me as as you were walking me through the story this is kind of an interesting situation involving a hospital in an agency that's outside the hospital that's pushing people to pay their bills but they're not actually taking payment and they're not really a collection agency per se in their own mind yeah it depends on what the definition of is is well there you go yes there was and as you indicated there was a hospital and they had I mean the the most common form of debt we have here in the United States is medical debt that's what he's most people into bankruptcy right yes the you know and naturally some some people of all from from the hospital with bills and this company she she I would administer the efforts of debt collection on behalf of the hospital although they didn't have authority to settle anything they couldn't take payments they couldn't do anything they were acting as a debt collector but not not a debt collector in practice and what the they tried to get out from underneath the claim that they were acting in a false and misleading way under the federal debt collection practices act by age going into what the definition of a debt collector is the ninth circuit our court system said no no no you're doing everything that gives the impression that you're acting like a debt collector you're dealing with the the people you're sending out letters without approval you're doing all the things but for accepting payment essentially I wonder if the debt collector letter had any of the language that is supposed to have in there I think you know that's an interesting question and it wasn't part of the of the dialogue from the case but it would be an interesting thing did they put this you know is an attempt to collect a debt you know any information will be used for that purpose any of that my suspicion is no because that's a requirement of the FDCPA and ever that's released to third parties and if they viewed themselves as not a debt collector then I would bet that the probably that language wasn't included that that would have been an additional violation the court ultimately ended up coming down on them saying listen you're actually your repair freezing you're reaching out to these consumers and you're telling them that they have this that and you're pushing them to pay it even though you're not taking it your you are kind of a debt collector anyway right absolutely one hundred percent and it was you know they they try to at an early stage of the day the CCI company to get out from underneath these claims in courts socked him down and said no thank you I would imagine if you had them in a deposition the the one of the first questions would be to them how do you get paid by peace health right what what what do you pay based upon any it's you you're absolutely right and what do you want to bet it's a percentage of the money that comes in the door to the hospital right which basically means they're profiting on the deaths and right they deposit that collector right I should have gotten a lot I should I should do should then we'll have to go to law school coulda shoulda woulda so this is kind of interesting case I wonder if you had alluded to the fact that you you you settled I bet we see more this moving forward yeah I well you know is this area of law is expanding it I've been flows a little bit and you know did you see a persistent effort on behalf of debt collectors to try and shield themselves or try and skirt could be discouraged the gray line about what they can do what they call fire eyes and it's nice to see the court looking through these issues and and really honing in on what are you doing if you're doing things that look like and smell like debt collection then you're going to be accountable under the statute here looks like a duck quacks like a duck yeah it's a duck it's pretty interesting to work to see this happen I think you know and we've got two or three minutes here at in in the last part of the show and I think it you know just just basic you know a basic discussion about what folks should do when they're called by.

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