24 Burst results for "Namie"

Grand Slam Committee Takes Much Different Tone With Naomi Osaka Statement

The Tennis Podcast

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Grand Slam Committee Takes Much Different Tone With Naomi Osaka Statement

"We saw this statement drop midway through the often enough further joint statement from the four grand slams on the naomi osaka affair they on behalf of the grand slams. We wish to often asaka support and assistance in any way possible as she takes time away from the court she is an exception and luckily we look forward to return assume she deems appropriate mental health is a very challenging issue which deserves upmost attention. It is both complex and personal as what affects one individual does not necessarily another. We commend namie for sharing in her own words. The pressures and anxiety. She's feeling and we empathize with the unique precious tennis players. My face while plays well being has always been a priority to the grand slams our intention together with the wpa. The atp and the f. is to advance mental health and wellbeing three further actions. Today's community we will continue to improve the player experience at all tournaments including relates media. Change she come through the lens of maintaining a fair playing field. Regardless of ranking status sport requires rules and regulations to ensure that no player has an unfair advantage over another we intend to work alongside the place the tools the media and the broader tennis communities you create meaningful improvements as grand slams. We aim to create the stage for the players to achieve highest accolades in our sport.

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"namie" Discussed on Workplace Justice

Workplace Justice

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"namie" Discussed on Workplace Justice

"And it's uniquely american right. Yes a lot of other western democracies have these anti all all of that except us. Canada started in two thousand four with an employment statue in british columbian. Twenty fourteen pass something that was workers comp based but all the other provinces attack is to go and put bullying for them. It's grounds face discrimination. We call status as they call it grounds based but so the eeo type plus buoying into their occupational safety and health coat. Actually health and safety. The whole world is health and safety where safety and health and they put it in. So you can pursue your bullying claim as basically a violation of your health a compromised to your health workplace health. Which is very smart. David yomata says that are osha is to toothless to add to that. The eeoc is showing some awareness of bullying. But they're understaffed undermanned. Under everything underfunded. So there's no government we don't want a government agency. They have taken on because the other thing. That is our opponent in every state where the bill gates introduced are the state agencies who say they attach water called fiscal notes. In other words. This will be too expensive for the state. Why because we will be sued. Wait why are you saying you know. Create a policy for your agency while we're obviously an employer and we're obviously going to get to and we're saying wait a minute. That connotes automatically from zero to bullying. Why would you right. But then the lawmakers can say all. This'll be too expensive. So that's the story that of legislation where we stand when i got it introduced way back myself with my wife and my friend. Carrie clark i said. I don't think it's a good done in my lifetime. And i was only the forties not going to get done in my lifetime. I don't think i don't know while it is create america dr namie. This has been such an informative discussion. We've learned so much in this hour of discussing this very important issue. We certainly are in many ways advocates for those within the workplace and ultimately were catering in many ways to a better society whether it's kindness and equality and opportunity and so people should be subjected to these abusive type of behaviors. Certainly no one deserves it and no one should ever condone at our allow it to occur in our society so i really want to thank you for your work. I want to thank you for all that. You're doing to spread awareness on this very important issue and i'm really hopeful that we can hopefully try to help you out in trying to get this. Legislation passed throughout the country. So that way people can be taken care of more than having to take him for the companies that ultimately just make money off of them. So i wanna thank you dr naming i appreciate your time and rei informative thank you. Thank you so much. Thanks for helping. Thanks for joining us today on the workplace justice. Podcast love this episode. Leave us a review and tell us what you think about our show..

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"namie" Discussed on Workplace Justice

Workplace Justice

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"namie" Discussed on Workplace Justice

"Seventy percent and twenty percent are co workers and then there's that brave group who bullies up the laterite nets now up to fourteen percent. It's never been so great. But here's my point that stunning who are the targets..

"namie" Discussed on Workplace Justice

Workplace Justice

04:52 min | 6 months ago

"namie" Discussed on Workplace Justice

"The academics even bothers them. I've had my quadruple bypass from this. My wife has got. Ptsd it's quite. It's not the topic for those heart and there's no doubt about it but again we didn't seek it you know it came to us and we felt who better than us and it still drives us. You have had a guest on your show who attended our training called workplace bullying university. She came in as a social worker. Who cared so very very much about it. And she went back to canada then started the equivalent of the workplace. Bullying institute did. She's a dear dear friend to us today see she's got the clinical aspects. She's training clinicians cuss therapist. Don't know targets no the bullied individuals. You want clinical help. Not every medal of a person gets it and you is an attorney. No every bully target wants to sue their employer. They wanna go. After that bully they want revenge but as we can discuss later. It's not that easy. It's not that easy we feel. We know targets better than anybody in the world. We've done several studies with him. We've talked thousands of them and they keep coming to us. They're great group of people but they drive professionals crazy. 'cause they don't understand what a traumatized person is like. So how do you define bullying. I know that you said before they call it harassment or mobbing. Had you you know. Where's the line between bullying and someone just being bad management. Let's say it's in the definition. Exactly it's repeated health harming mistreatment abusive conduct that takes the form of intimidation humiliation or threats threatening behaviour fergal abuse or workplace sabotage where they meddling with your work to the extent that you can't get it done. It's the antithesis of productivity. So you look at. It's gotta have harm. That's the whole point. Does the intent behind it manner intent and it is deliberate. I'm so glad you said that. It is delivered to need not be in the definition anymore than in intentional infliction of emotional distress. If the behavior's occurred it is assumed that it was intended can't be accidental. Yeah it can be accidental. In these later years more recent years..

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African countries take delivery of latest COVAX vaccine shipment

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

African countries take delivery of latest COVAX vaccine shipment

"Health workers in Ivory Coast will be the first to receive doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine as part of the International Kovacs scheme targeting some of the world's poorest countries. Neighboring Ghana is due to start his Kovacs vaccination program on Tuesday. Namie grimly reports Cave axes the biggest vaccine procurement plan in human history. It's struggled in the international scramble for vaccines and his face criticism for being too slow to start its rollout. Some countries have looked elsewhere in the interim to boost supplies through bilateral deals. The World Health Organization described the rollout as an important first step towards achieving vaccine equity. But it added it was still only the beginning.

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"namie" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"namie" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"And when the night comes on the place at his bolster water with other vessels so that he may be able to subsist for four or six days, and then they leave him alone and return to the village, and if the sick man helps himself and eats and drinks and survives, he returns to the village and his friends receiving with ceremony but fewer they who escape without receiving any further visit they die and that is their sepulcher and they have many other customs, which for prolixity are not related. They use in their sicknesses, various forms of medicines ten so different from ours that we marveled. How anyone escaped for many times I saw it with a man sick of fever. When it heightened upon him, they bathed him from head to foot with a large quantity of cold water than litter great fire around him making turn and turn again every two hours until they tired him and left him to sleep and many work thus cured with this, they make use of dieting for they remain three days without eating and also of bloodletting but not from the arm only from the thighs in the loins and the calf of the leg also they provoked vomiting with their which are put into the. Mouth and they use many other remedies which it would be long to relate. They are much vitiated in the Flam in the blood because of their food which consists chiefly of roots of herbs and fruits and fish. They have no seat of we'd nor other grain and for their ordinary us and feeding, they have a root of a tree from which they make flour tolerably good and they call it I- Yuka and another which they call. Zombie and another of Namie they ll flesh except human flesh for your magnificence must know that here in they are so inhuman that they outdo every custom even. Of Beasts for the eight older enemies whom they kill or capture as well females as males with so much savagery that merely to related appears a horrible thing how much more. So to see it as infinite times and in many places, it was my have to see it and they.

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"namie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"namie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"92 wildfires. This time last year. Today over 7000 wildfires 7000 into burning now north of 1.4 million acres. Seven people have died, he says. Help from the outside is on the way. The Gulf Coast, still waiting to see how severe the twin tropical storms will be contentious Day for Postmaster General Lewis to joy in front of the House Internal Postal Service data showing a drop in levels in July, shortly after he took control on time. Departures are approaching 98%. And wasteful extra trips are down by over 70%. Well, we have had temporary service decline, which should not have happened. We are fixing this. He says He will protect mail in ballots and says the election will be safe in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg are Brian. All right, and let's get to our guest Nater Namie, who is head of dynamic markets at a M P Capital. Let's talk a little bit about what stoking this rally and I'm going to suggest something and I think you might agree that it's not exactly what has been credited in the market. People are saying No. The announcement about the blood plasma for one thing in the re opening of the economy. But last week the S and P was struggling to get above its all time high. Finally did it. What was new The Democratic National Convention was one and I note in your in the notes on you that You say less chaos in policy making, So I'd like to get your thoughts a little bit more deeply on that. Sure. Yeah, First of all, I mean, when you look at the cover cases in the US The numbers are clearly taking. So there's some optimism. Iran we actually have seen a peek on those numbers. But at the same time, yes, we get close to the election. And Trump's probably that popularity, know dies. Markets so thinking that maybe we are going to see some more order. In political decision making and last night's runny if you'd mentioned any on I was around more broad based on because previously most of S and P 500 games as he was struggling and imperious. Hi. It was just very narrowly based by it takes, though. Last night, we saw a quote Nostra attention towards some of the economic sensitive areas like energy and materials. It was a quiet night high conviction break with the good bread. In terms of election risk, though I mean President Trump already seem to be setting the stage for election fifth with another attack on the validity of mail and voting. If there is one thing, markets hate its uncertainty. Are we getting set up for a period of uncertainty later this year. Yes, that is quite likely. I mean, already. He's planning to, you know, talk to him in case he doesn't win the election. And you know you, you can't think. Well, if you actually loses isn't going to leave the office. What happens to his supporters on the street. That's when certain, but at the same time it all came out of surgery. Strong novel. It's unlucky to have a meaningful impact on ancient army growth on business decision making. So it could result in some volatility markets in the rotation of the same DNA from those really expensive take growth stuff into some value names as the lake So it seems like you're pretty positive here. You like to set up. So that tells me that you're probably not buying government bonds sovereigns at the moment. What about some of the other havens like gold? Oh, yeah, Absolutely not it just like when you look at sovereign bonds. And you look at the year today flows into the very part of market more than 80% of the floes invested flows into mutual funds have gone into born. A solid gold. And if we get more conviction around economic recovery as the cases in the US Come down, you start to see we start to get close. Its vaccine does private positions are risk so he had actually, some position.

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Coronavirus spurs fears of supply shortages

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus spurs fears of supply shortages

"It's time to the barricades our weekly call to action for a maniacs listeners. Namie what would we making anti riot? Shields out of been leads this week. I think it's a literal barricade this week isn't it because of self quarantining any sniffle so seriously though not in terms of Checking on old people necessarily because of the virus but more in terms of supplies. There's been a shortage of all sorts of supplies already. People have Hannah King. And it's difficult to get out of hand sanitizer and Lou role and all these things that the government telling us we need. So if you've got an elderly neighbor would suggest just offering go to the shops to make sure that they got some stuff maybe share your stuff with them and then one MP earlier this week said the Mason. School thing. People can do if they haven't already done so is to get the flu job because then if you do get poorly you know it's not the normal free and that sort of a good way of knowing whether or not you've just got typical standard flew over your symptoms are potentially related to credit of ours so really need to keep healthy remains needs to be there fighting the good fight grit some through even if you had the job yeah yeah but It certainly seems to be some of the advice that that Public Health England have done in briefings to the. Mp's there now passing onto people which is get through job so at least you know that you ruled that one out and if you're getting poorly then it may well be west getting checked out for the colonel and so really very. It seems trivial advice. But it's not a real flu. People involved was the because those industries being wrecked. Basically from people not wanting to go out with things let alone book fair being canceled centimeters Who is basically like if you do air anywhere link tip generously be aware that actually there are a lot of economic consequences of this even at this early stage of just a lot of people that sort of thing and if you can just sort of Yeah help a little bit and chuck a bit more money. That's true a hotel. I was speaking to a song of the week. He's got lots of hotels across London and he was saying that the day the person was found to have coronavirus at the conference at the key to center by three scare now that occupancy rates dropped from about ninety percent twenty two percents in a couple of days had a huge impact almost immediately. I'm big companies like Google have bound all international travel for staff implementing work from home policies. Almost immediately it's not just you know. Wait to sell corentin if you're feeling poorly but everyone quarantine themselves as much as they can already and of course they're not has other economic impacts people not buying their coffee on the day to work. Nope finding out started deserve all all out massive

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Irish politics is about to change forever as old system collapses

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Irish politics is about to change forever as old system collapses

"It is now two weeks. Since the elections in the Republic of Ireland created a seismic change in its politics with the end of a two party system which switch between finagle and final full and the emergence of a third powerful voice that of Shin Fain now Ireland's political parties are preparing for a week of talks to try to work out a deal on the formation of a new government. And as you would imagine it's hard work a little earlier I was joined by Namie. O'leary she's hosted the Irish passport podcast and Europe correspondent for the Irish Times. She began by explaining how much progress has been made since the elections. There's been an initial round of exploratory talks between the parties. We've had the first vote to try an attempt to pick T. Chuck and no one has been successful. So now it's moving onto the second stage This week they'll be more talks between the parties on the next time. We expect to have a vote in parliament On to try and elected Ishaq is march the fifth. Although it's not particularly expected that one will be a elected by that stage so the main thing that's changed since the election is that immediately after the election it appeared that fearful had opened the door to some kind of deal with Shit Sane. The left-wing Nationalist Party unexpectedly got the most number of first preference votes But last week they're quite acrimonious exchanges in the Dole between the leaders of those two parties. That made it quite clear that that wasn't an option that was on the table on this really leaves only one option left with the numbers that there are some sort of deal between the two traditionally dominant parties fearful fingernail. Chin Feng stay. They're still going to try and form a government to the left government of change and their plan to hold rallies around the country in in favor of that government But it's it's very unclear whether they have the numbers to do that so we are now in a situation. The way you've just described what I learned could be taken into absolutely different directions. Xinfei wanting one thing and the two old traditional party thinking if we get together we might be able to keep control in some way. Well it's very politically difficult situation for Phoenix. I'm fearful to manage because in a way there's no bod- option for champagne. So she would be delighted to get into government but equally if they can be the main opposition on they can cast the two old parties essentially two sides of the same coin. No difference between them and clubbing up to keep the might of power. That's also you know that's a good political narrative from their point of view note. That can help to kind of rally their base for next time on the other option of courses that we go to the polls again in another election. Although I don't think that's particularly likely on Xinfang could with hindsight run more candidates and perhaps do better than they did this time We we shouldn't expect any kind of resolution soon because the mats are quite complicated at this time given the result on if we look at the president of the last election it took seventy days time to to form a government and it could be even more complicated this time so we might not be looking at government until April. I'm just looking at the way things are going in. And the idea that shouldn't fain was approached and and now is being pushed out. How acceptable a situation will that be given as what you describe the popularity of Shin Fain in the elections and the changes it caused yes certainly Like I say it's a. It's a narrative that the party will say is them being excluded from power. They'll say that you know the old guard is coming up to preserve their hold on power and won't let them in But also from the point of view Finnegan and fina full they they. There are opposed. To should vein. I mean they. They don't want to simply hand them to keep the keys to government and also a lot of the same way so there's quite a lot of division particularly within fall about whether the right thing to do is to to do a deal with champagne or to exclude them. That that's a split that runs right down through the Party and in the end me home. Martin seems to have taken the attitude that the best option is to exclude them But it's a it's a tricky one for them. They're in a difficult political decision. How happy will voters be though? However if this seismic change isn't actually reflected in the way that the governments are made up. It's a tricky one. I think what Finnegan unfruitful are. Perhaps counting on is that as the weeks go by there will be more of a Desire for stability especially as the brexit negotiations become more pressing. Because that's going to become an issue this week. When the European Union is due to agree they're negotiating guidelines for the next stage of tokes which has massive implications for Arden. It can really make or break the Irish economy so the more in state unstable. Thanks get on the International Scene. I think On funeral are perhaps wondering whether overtime Irish voters might say. It might not be such a bad thing to have a stable experience government in place that was naming leary hosted the Irish passport podcast in Europe correspondent for the Irish time. She joined on the line little earlier on at talk to me about the Irish

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"namie" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"namie" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast

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"namie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"namie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Jose at number seven there so Libya while here with us in the studio. Thank you so much for coming by. Yeah. Thank you for having me. We're talking about books, which is this new movie that you directed the boss. Finally, the boss finally in charge. No, it was it was super exciting. I'd never directed before done music videos. Right. This is my first Easter. So how do you get to just direct your first feature of and never directed feature pitched on it? So I earned the gig by pitching, my concept on what I thought this grip could be because I read it, and I knew it could be so funny and important like there hasn't been a movie about two female best friends since bridesmaids that really really felt offense to me. And I was like I wanna make something that feels funny and authentic and also celebrate smart girls who aren't trying to assimilate like they're proud of their kind of gangster about being smart. So I was really excited. And so yeah, I pitched on it and was gobsmacked when they gave me the job. Amazing. So talk about the premise of because I think a lot of kids are going to school right now listening. I mean, this could be them. Yes. Right. Yes. It is about to smart girls. Best friends, Molly Namie who are experiencing the end of highschool the last day of high school. They realized the one thing they forgot to do is have fun. So they decide they're going to squeeze four years of high school into one night. That's the basic premise, then, you know, hilarity ensues lots of I mean, but like de polarity ensues. There's fantasy car chases vocabulary. I had never been familiar with that. I learned. I've seen this. I mean, I wasn't a great student. I learned a lot. Oh, I'm really really loved the you loved it. Because I feel like people think these movies are for girls. I felt I was gonna ask you was I supposed to like it. You were intention was for used Pacific love this actually feeling. I wasn't feeling awkward, but okay. Why do I find watching these teenage girls on their last day of school, so hilarious funny? 'cause I think.

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"namie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"namie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Listen, we've done this thing if feels like forever where David cut cliff you and I've been doing this show for sixteen years now for sixteen years we've been talking about David Coug cliff has spent five minutes with a quarterback. He's going to be good in the NFL. Go ahead Namie of quarterback not named manning that has been touched by cut cliff that has been any good name a single because now Daniel Jones is the first round picky shooting up the boards. People are saying the patriots are going to take him with the first with the final pick in the first round Namie a quarterback. Honestly, Dan, not name. No, one has gotten more out of those manning camps than cut cliff because there's reputation when he when he started Duke was a football program that had a track around their field that it was the smallest time thing that you can imagine. And then the Manning's got involved gave cut. Clip. A camp also did all sorts of pranks on cut clip that involve leaving things on his computer that are inappropriate, and the resulting thing is cut cliff is now a whisper there's this thing where David cut cliff has had a Cup of coffee with a potential quarterback. He's gonna go to the hall of fame ally Peyton fine. He did wonders with them at Peyton would have been fine with the without David conclave. I promise you same with Yvonne. Okay. What would it be just fine? I mean, honestly, if Jim Tom Soula was a college coach, those guys would have still y you know, wound up in the hall of fame. He shula. How was he? Because he's on the cut cliff tree. He went to the Senate. That's how good he was a quarterback. All right, then we're going to regain where's Erica? Kane. Anyone here from era games lately? Now, you have it how about Thaddeus Lewis. I mean, he did a Cup of coffee and a couple of different places..

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"namie" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"namie" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Come again. Yeah. I guess what happened? Look it to be alive. Yeah. Yeah. I know. But this guy here he wasn't selected. Right. Oh him. Yeah. Yeah. But I forget what Namie told me. Justice Louise premier. Oh, yeah. That was. He died in a good coast. Right. Dan by the he certainly died in a good cause. Harry. Joe Biden, a New York cops is dead and joy pad way. The big shot Englishmen. Quick hotel. I figure maybe I'm better take a look at a of pathway stuff. Maybe I can get an angle. Well, let around them from some guy named e. Looks flow at the meeting names at time and a place. Now, anybody else might have for quite a worst. But not yours. I know that Lank has never seen. That himself. He don't know nobody in Madrid. And I think. Just the guy to get me out of this on me. So. Why do I write a letter? George handwriting. Hi. Well, likewise, the meeting you at the time and play..

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"namie" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"namie" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"These hire more teachers, let me just say all of the history, and he co presents the possible with journalists Namie O'Leary. Hi, tim. Thanks, can we show. Oh, that's lovely to be here. You one quick point. We had Stanley allowed mentioned if the Mayland couple of weeks ago when we had the south Belfast MLA klahan on cost. So we have to put a pound in the Northern Line and switch. I mean, it depends on which island. You're talking. So you take the long view as as we head does this week feel like a historic, you know, as as historian is the I mean, we we hear a lot about future historians will say, but do you do you think? Oh, actually, this is I'm living through something which is going to be like a a lot of books at some point. A god. I mean, what a question there's been so many moments like this. There's been so many moments have been held up as the turning point. And the the cornerstone, oh, something that's to become. Other. That's this is going to be it, or or you know, it's going to be just another one in the litany of these turning points. I think something maybe about is the might be most relevant historically is maybe just the coming up against reality that this represents like facing off with reality and reality has come through the door, and there's just no way to ignore it anymore. I hope so. We'll be talking more about all of that later on for we start. They've got you can see remain ax. Plus, some of the best politics talk shows and James Dowling polls. The puck cost lives politics day in London on Sunday. Seventh of April, I'll be joining Nina making a live debut last name, Smith and Alexandria. For a slot of his one.

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Unsung Economists: Sadie Alexander

The Indicator from Planet Money

09:28 min | 2 years ago

Unsung Economists: Sadie Alexander

"In nineteen twenty one. But because of a race nobody would hire her as an economist. So a few years later, she got her LA degree and went on to have a lustrous career as a civil rights lawyer Bucknell university professor Nina banks has been researching the career in life of Sadie Alexander for almost two decades. And she's working on a pair of books about Sadie Alexander. But economists have not been really focused on her work because of the I think the the belief that when she wasn't able to practice economics that she really stopped focusing much on ecconomic issues, but I really found that that wasn't the case that for forty years, at least she was giving speeches around the country and all of those speeches dealt with issues that that dealt with the status of African Americans. So we don't have recordings of those speeches. But we do have the transcripts and in those speeches Sadie Alexander had fascinating things to say not just about issues that were relevant during her time. But about issues that still matter now, this is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Vanik Smith. I'm caught of Garcia today on the show. Our first episode of series in which we shine a new light on an economist from the past an economist contributions. We think deserve another look I up Sadie Alexander. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from WordPress dot com with powerful site. Building tools and thousands of themes that us from users can launch site that's free to start with room to grow. Get fifteen percent off any new plan. Purchase at WordPress dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from ADT, America's trusted home security company can help protect you against the break ins fires and carbon monoxide twenty four seven emergency response when you needed most more at ADT dot com, Bucknell university, economists, Nina banks, recently, analyzed the speech that CD Alexander gave in nineteen forty five at Florida agricultural and mechanical university, and in the speech Sadie Alexander spoke to the audience about the persistence of racial discrimination and the status of black workers as marginal workers and other words workers who were the last to be hired and the first to be fired when. Businesses were letting workers go the year before that speech. President Franklin D Roosevelt had given a famous speech of his own in which the president had argued for a second Bill of rights and one of those rights would be the right to employment for anyone who is willing and able to get a job. In other words that the economy should propential- be at full employment where anyone who wants to work can find work. This would alleviate the economic insecurity of those marginal workers constantly wondering if they were about to be unemployed. Now, it was already understood at the time that win the economy is at full employment workers get paid more. Because when everyone who wants a job can get one then companies have to compete with each other to attract and hire workers and also to keep their own workers from leaving them for another job and the companies compete with each other by offering better wages and working conditions to workers city Alexander's early. Distinct contribution economics was her argument that full employment was also absolutely necessary. For achieving racial equality. So Sadie Alexander believed that having a fully employed labor force would increase workers pay and they're purchasing power. But of course, this could not occur. If whites continued to exclude black workers from having the right to work, so Sadie Alexander said that full employment was quote, the only solution to the economic subjugation of the negro and of the great masses of white labor. Obviously Sadie Alexander was speaking during a time in which segregation was both legally and informally embedded across American society, American institutions, and that segregation extended to the labor market in which many white workers viewed block workers as rivals as competitors for jobs. CD Alexander made the argument that in order to get rid of economic, insecurity, the whole working class people from all racial and ethnic backgrounds were in it together that they would all benefit from an economy at full employment, and that full employment could not be defined as just. Full employment for white workers. It had to include everyone because let's say that white workers were full employment. But black workers were not then not only with the black workers experienced the hardships of unemployment, but also white workers might continue to see unemployed black workers as threat to their jobs. So if everyone who wanted a job had a job there might be less suspicion between workers of different races, which would make it more likely that the white working class and the black working class would work together to bargain for better, wages and working conditions. Another part of CD Alexander's argument win the economy is not at full employment and therefore businesses don't have to pay higher wages than the owners of businesses can keep more of the profits for themselves at least in the short term. But need a Bank says Sadie Alexandra argued that this eventually leads to rising inequality and will become a big problem for the whole economy because if you exclude a big class of workers from having jobs, it means there are fewer people earning the money to buy the goods that were made by those businesses in the first place. Which again eventually could lead to an economic downturn. But you could prevent that outcome by increasing the earnings power of all workers. And again, that's what happens when the economy is at full employment. And then finally Sadie Alexander argued that full employment would free people from material want from deprivation or starvation or from a lack of basic needs. And so they would then also be free to pursue higher goals to realize their potential professionally and personally, and that would make it less likely that workers would become disillusioned with the government itself or with democracy, and like president Roosevelt Sadie Alexander feared that economic insecurity would result in quote, men and women who have lost hope demanding a dictator to take over the reins of government Sadie. Alexander was not a socialist. She believed in regulated capitalism says Nida banks, but she did also believe that the government had an active role to play in a cheerful employment for the economy when the private sector couldn't do that by itself. She. Envisioned a public work programme that addressed pressing needs that would enhance people's well-being she focused on improving housing conditions in urban slums or providing electricity to every form she talked about reducing illiteracy, reducing hunger and making sure that people were properly clothed. That's typically not what we think about today when we focus on public works as part of this goal of cheating full employment for the economy Sadie. Alexander also argued that the government should guarantee a job to people who would want one and professor banks believes that Sadie Alexander might even have been the first economist to make that case. In fact, a national jobs guarantee is a policy idea that is being hotly debated right now something else that communists are debating right now is the question of whether the economy is in fact at full employment, and there is obviously no way to know for sure how Sadie Alexander would answer that question. But here's what we can say the labor market has improved. A lot in recent years and the unemployment rate for black or African Americans has mostly been falling during that time. But at six point eight percent, it is almost twice as high as the unemployment rate for white Americans, which is only three point five percent. And according to the Economic Policy Institute, a think tank, a black worker with the same education as a white worker is only getting paid roughly eighty percent as much as the white worker, and that applies at every educational level, and that wage gap is bigger now than it was back in the year two thousand it. Of course, it isn't just in the economy where there still exist big racial disparities. Another place is in the very disciplined that Sadie Alexander tried to enter nearly a hundred years ago economics to see this. You just have to look at the numbers numbers that Anna Gifty Poku Osman senior at the university of Maryland knows really well, so basically in between two fifteen to sixteen five out of one thousand one hundred and fifty eight doctoral degrees and economics where worth of black women. So that's. Less than half of one percent. One half of one percent. The numbers for black men. Earning PHD's and for black undergraduate economics degrees are only slightly better. But in is trying to do something about this. She co founded the CD collective in organization that wants to create a better environment for black women to go into economics and this weekend. The Sadie collective is hosting the inaugural Sadie TM Alexander conference for economics. Anna says that it just felt natural to Namie organization and the conference after Sadie Alexander, we she was very interested in economic equality in advocating for marginalized groups is so we felt that that was in line with our overall mission sort of equalizing the playing field by giving black women the same opportunities that we've been seeing other people received in the field the conference is sold out which along with the papers and the upcoming books from Nina banks suggests that the legacy work and speeches of Sadie Alexander which had been forgotten for so long. 'economics might soon. Find a new and growing audience. This episode of the indicator was produced by Constanza yard, oh, edited by

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"namie" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"namie" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi

"And so I'm looking on her Wikipedia page to research, and I see to Sheena is an advocate for lupus. And I thought it was like a small sign from God to just say, you know, I'm with you through this and to to continue pushing forward because what are the chances that? I'm diagnosed with lupus, literally the person I'm going to interview, you know, is this advocate. So I didn't tell her in that moment. You know, very quick you sit down for the camera. You ask your question. But just being there with her was like, this is I'm gonna get through this. And so from there, you know, I it was just a journey. Sometimes I was up. Sometimes I would take him medication. You know, being healthy getting rest of the time. I wasn't and I was really pushing the limit because I was in denial. I'm like, I'm young I feel fine. No, nothing's gonna happen. And whenever I would start pushing those limits. I wasn't taking my meds. I wasn't pleased. I wasn't eating. Well, I would have a flare or I would end up, you know, with pneumonia. Name that really did it made life hard. So I say all that to say when you move from the nihil when you move from fear, and then you'd walk in accepted. You know, you walk in your courage in your confidence in your face. You'll see your life change. And once I accepted that this is a part of my life, but I can manage it things changed for me. I got healthier, you know, I was able to just not carry that that guilt anymore. And then I was like, hey, I feel comfortable talking about this naturally people like Nick cannon, Selena Gomez, Toni Braxton seeing them be open about their illness. But also bear their journey Namie feel like if they can do it. I can do it too. And so yeah, shared my story at the end of twenty eighteen and a half or feed nothing, but love and support. And frankly when you carry it can make you sick. I think it makes you sicker. When you're when you're carrying, you know secrets and you're not getting the poor or community is that you have to tell everybody was going on. But you have to have some kind of face free. And once I started to talk about it, it became less of the thing. And now, it's just it's a part of my life. But it doesn't define everything that I am. How how has lupus diagnosis changed? How you operate day to day? If it has yet, it it really has. I mean, the first step is I we of people in the lupus community or like, chronic illness is something called spoon feary. Basically every day you wake up a certain amount of boom. Right. And so doing an activity will take away from those do one thing it's a trade off, you may be left with you know, only one or two spoons for the day. But for me, I prioritize completely differently. You know, I don't I don't waste energy. You know? I know a lot more I used to want to be there for everything and everybody and just feel really guilty. If I couldn't come through do a story or or go to an event now, I just have choose like, if I do this thing that means I can't that..

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"namie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"namie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"If they had enough money, they would be joyful. If they were in good health, there would be happy. Actually, it's the other way around if you're happy to begin with, then you're likely to be healthy and make healthy choices, you're likely to have the right relationships, and you're likely to be successful. Because you come from this place a strength. Deepak also told us that research has shown that two things have a big influence on our state of happiness or unhappiness. The first is what he calls the brain set point some people look at the situation and the problems are the people look at the same situation this opportunity, you can change this meditation. Cognitive therapy. The conditions of your life. Actually, don't to fact, your happiness or joy, this is surly. So if you win the lottery will be happy very happy for a few days. But after a year, you'd be exactly as happy or unhappy as you were before that it's interesting how that echoes wedding me toll. Does that winning the lottery will buy you about six to twelve months of happiness? And after that, you'll probably be exactly as happy or unhappy as you were before that. But back to Deepak who says that in addition to our positive or negative outlook. The other key to happiness is the quality of our connection to others. He says that when we make other people happy that creates lots of joy inside of us and that benefit of making others. Happy was echoed by another expert in mind body medicine. His name is Dr James Doty, and Dr Doty is a world famous neurosurgeon and a brain expert, and he told us about a simple way to start your day. Dr Doty says after you wake up you sit still with your eyes close. And you think about those people in your life who've demonstrated love or concern for you, man. You sit there and say this feeling that I have right now, can I maintain that or consciously think of giving that to other people and by simply doing that it changes everything that puts you in a mood where your heart is open. Open, and you care people sense that you care, and then they wanna be kind to you back. That's just as how it works. That is the way we are wired. I like that we're wired like that. And I I'm sure happiness consult Namie Koze would say, Dr Doty's melt morning practice can be even more powerful. If you do it with a smile on your face to trigger that.

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Celtics, Gordon Hayward And Marcus Smart discussed on PTI

PTI

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Celtics, Gordon Hayward And Marcus Smart discussed on PTI

"After a slow start the Celtics on four straight. Kyrie Irving is starting to look like an all star. Again. The CS have the deepest roster in the Eastern Conference. Even though they are six games. Hind first place Toronto. All right, Michael to paraphrase, the great late Dennis Green, other Celtics. Now who we thought they not yet? But they're getting their Franken that's gonna take a little while longer to. I mean part of this. I don't understand it seems that people were like expressing surprise. And it was gonna take Gordon. Hayward Leah half a season. Maybe two thirds of the season to get to the point. We looked like the Gordon Hayward of old. Well, that was crazy. And he's he's getting there gradually incrementally. And I think that's critical. They going to need him to play in full like he used to before the Celtics we expected any also they shocked the ball so poorly in that stretch where I think they were just ten and ten on their record for the season. Those shots is starting to fall. And I think we all do they would. So the Celtics are going to get there are there yet. No could they have another setback of two along the way between now and Christmas. Yes. I don't think this is going to be easy for them. Toronto is a better team. Gordon Hayward last week did have thirty points in Minnesota. So maybe starting to come around you start. You know, here's something that happened to them. Jalen Brown got hurt. Marcus smart goes into the starting lineup and that change things around a little bit. Because Marcus smart, he's a ball mover. He defends so they become a different team. Listen to this my on the season, they averaged two hundred eighty eight passes per game in the last four three hundred twenty three. So the giving them mostly the smart you like his assertion internet. And and here's the thing when he starts coming off the bench. They have Terry Rozier, Gordon Hayward, and Jaylen Brown Namie a team in the NBA that has had hype of quality coming off their bench. I mean, that's look we've always thought that depth not just depth to be shuttling guys in and out for minute. Not just a rotation quality three guys who could be starting for half the team by league if not more. So again, I think even that takes time to sort of figure out and get comfortable with the Celtics are there yet. They're going to be right there with. Ronna with the end of the that now, but Mike here's the thing. US every coach in the NBA when the playoffs start. They want an eight-man maybe nine that's Namie team. That's got an eight-man rotation. Got a better one

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"namie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"namie" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And when you got McVay in gov Dolon up right now, it's on par with Sean Payton breeze. Namie coach, quarterback combination. The National Football League. It is not stronger than mcvayn Goff. We saw last night this Vikings defense got absolutely sliced to pieces short week on the road. Can't discount that sorted. The Rams are defensively on did, and that's what cousins cousins doesn't any last night is awesome. Last night certainly since they needed to get some sort of point for point for performance against the Rams after they look the way they looked against the bills. Phelan digs. They kept going at Marcus Peters who was up with a calf injury. They went right at him in the first quarter. Second third quarter last night that a Weeden this game, but Cooper cop is sublime. He's he's good as Keenan Allen. He his, as I mean, just these body movement, getting himself open, running precise routes and all of these guys woods cop cooks. They all play. Everybody's position. They're brilliant. These are smart football players, and I'll tell you this to not to rub salt. Patriots could use Brandin cooks right about. Yeah, I was thinking the same thing watching that game last night maybe shouldn't give him away. No, they got a first round pick back, but still they don't pay people like the Rams paid. I know five years eighty million patriots don't do that now for a wide receiver when they go ahead and say that everybody's fungible in their system. Right? Except for Brady gronk. I guess adamant right could use cooks in the worst way. Right now I was thinking the same thing about Cooper Cup. He would've looked great in the patriots uniform. Man, he made Anthony Barr. Look, pretty silly. Anthony bark should not be covering Cooper Cup on a crossing, go. That was impressive last night. Who is it? Gimme. Another coach, quarterback combination. You wanna. You wanna throw Brady Bella check in there too. I mean, 'cause you know, like everybody thinks that it's mcdaniels offense, but. Mean Bella check. One of those more famous football life. Right them watching film together shopping about Ed Reed, right? Yeah. Let's do this as a poll question. Yeah, you got to do Don seduce. You think it is a good? It's a good idea. Okay. Golf, McVeigh breeze, Payton Brady. Bella check, Pete and Russell Wilson. Wanna Super Bowl and they were a yard away from the second. Read in Mahomes based on the hot quarterback of the moment. Who would you wanna get k. as your best q. because com on the league right now? Right. Right now. Tough to argue against the Los Angeles Rams combination of golf and McVeigh therefore know who's going to stop them who's gonna turn them over who's gonna stop them long enough for you to outpoint him. I'll think it's anybody in that division that's for sure. Aaron Rodgers on half a tour. Lower torso might not be able to do that. McCarthy, get Rogers McCarthy, short, takeoff, Pete, and Rosca Rogers McCarthy. They have. They've the same. I know purple ring. I know if this was last year we'd put macadear and Eli on there. Gotta let my let an.

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"namie" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"namie" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"So I want to get some more stuff about your business, what not. But what are the other two blackberry attacks? The other one let me see and had one where. When I was billing, the lodge and the had had the plane come in and it was full full lumber. And before we left, I always bring my party with me. And so the plane lands and pilot whose real real good friend of mine. Now, when we tax you up to the Bank there, we got got out and we were unloaded lumber, and also he said, look out and turn around and never some black. Bear that come over to Bank and was coming down onto us there, you know, and and then he stopped. It was a false charge. And then I'll then he turned around and went back up into the shed where we kept all all the horse feet. And that's what what he's doing. So anyway, Jeff said you're going to be okay. Said, oh yeah, I got my forty four here. It'll be okay, so he's okay. Well, I'll go and take off. So he took off and then went search around for my forty four looking everything like, man, it's not here, whereas it and come to find out. I had, I had it underneath the seat of the truck and and I just forgot to get it. So I had no big deal using, go up there and just yell at them. And then you know, they'll go away. Well, went up there and yelled Adam and he come stuck his head out of the door. He had chewed hold through the door of his eating, horse feed, and then he came charging me. And the only thing I had was a tree to climb up to par right by by the lake. So I skinny up the tree and he hit that tree and he'd tried crawling up after me and he made sure I was there then, and he was as long as I was there. Okay. He went back and every time I would try to come down out of the tree, he would hit it again, the ask God gotta want one point, two. And I was having to kick him in the nose. One time he actually got up there and grabbed a hold of my foot and was trying to pull pull me down out of the tree and I was kicking him into face so well, I'm, I'm just gonna stand here. Let him get comfortable and in the shed. So he went back and and there was a cabin that was about two miles away. I knew it had a ripe in it. And so I finally after twenty minutes, I'll never forget standing on branches air might my instep just really getting sore. I just couldn't hard anymore. So I jumped out at our never I jumped down. I mean, I just started running for all of his worth to to this cabin and I looked behind me and he wouldn't follow may so went there. It was a three o. eight. He only had three shells for it. Came back up and stuck my head up over the Bank. And yes, you're not Hughes a, they're eating food that I brought him, but he looked so much smaller and I'm thinking to myself why maybe look smaller because I got a gun now, you know? So I wanna hand to took care of it and and leaned a rifle up against the the tree. And I started carrying lumber made one load of lumber and came back out another little lover to six on my shoulder. And when I came up over the lip, all of a sudden the big bear that had treed come around a corner started running at me and and I just took the two six through it real quick and it put onto breaks trying to boy to too sick Namie time to grab deprived pulled and get there. To shoot it get the right bear. Yeah, but it was really like, wow, big man got a gun now, bear shrink. Yeah, pretty pretty funny. I gotta know now the third one that attacked you. The third one that was two and three. Innocent by..

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"namie" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

The Man Cave Chronicles

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"namie" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

"He's he's large hairy and using a lot of stuff. He was a blood sport, correct? Exactly. That guy. So it was him in Lorenzo lamas to that, which was really kind of exciting for me because I'd never been, you know, on a set on a before and here these recognizable actors. And I felt like big anyway. So that was the very first gay. And after that, did you. Did you start doing commercials? Do you like to try to stick with. Now, everything started happening sort of around that time a couple of commercials coulda episode of Namie with brand drescher and then in the trade. So this is. Heavy maybe to true years after I'd been in Los Angeles. You know, kind of treason, nobody wanted to be with you or represent. Just like failure. So it was like two, three years before I felt like think you're started turning and then mostly started turning it. Got it. Got pretty pretty good fairly fairly quickly. You know, within a couple couple years, I was able to quit my my survival jobs and and just be an actor, which was nice. So on. I mentioned scrubs before, and you know that you're gonna amazing cast and scrubs. You always play these weird, not wearily characters. You're right. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Tells it tells about, you know about it. I think my wife would like it if I played somebody more normal every once in a while, but yeah, that's been definitely been the bread and butter. Yeah, sometimes those are the best character is. People enjoy watching that well and scroll thinking me some of the most outrageously funny lines I just couldn't..

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Does TV have a future or will the Internet conquer all?

Business Daily

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Does TV have a future or will the Internet conquer all?

"Listen, listen, really carefully. It's quiet, isn't it? We're home. I'm in the kitchen dining area. My thirteen year old son is Namie. He's playing on the computer or do you playing for nine four night? You're coding. He wants to say these play fortnight. He's actually played four because I don't let him play. But anyway, we're gonna go upstairs and we're going to see my daughter, my eleven year old daughter who's in the living room, living room rooms on the floor above the kitchen, and he's onto devices. She's got the laptop open next to her and she's got her ipad in a hands and set of headphones on. What do you do on the computer? I'm playing Minecraft. How long have you been playing Minecraft this evening? Flow like forty, five minutes. And the TV's in the corner is looking bit dust in us because I remember that time we actually sat down as a family and watch the television. The kids will turn own once in a while to play computer games. But really, we rarely ever use the television to watch programs that typical evening seen at my home is bone out in the statistics on TV viewing over the next four years, the amount of traditional television viewing is likely to fool. So says the broadcast audience research board, the organisation that compiles audience measurement and television ratings here in the UK. But it's happening all around the world because these days TV is competing with YouTube, Netflix Amazon, computer games, and the usual tablets and devices founded many homes. A generation is turning away from traditional TV that has huge implications for the broadcast industry. Someone who's been at the cutting edge of it is christoph- Clinton. His company Xtreme provides a platform for all kinds of TV production. Companies to stream shows online directly to the public. It's a service known as over the top or OTT because it bypasses traditional TV broke Costa's known in the industry as linear TV. So does he think the days of his counterparts in linear TV on numbered? I think they have no choice, but to accept an acknowledged the change of consumer habits, right. I mean, if you look at the numbers, we can for example, see that the clover revenue generated by OT services a project to double between two thousand fifteen and two thousand twenty one. The OT revenue grows three times faster compared to traditional linear TV. And you notice a change in the kind of content offered through the services that you develop compared to say traditional linear TV.

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"namie" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"namie" Discussed on Remainiacs – the Brexit Podcast

"The other thing that people would be curious about an seat namie with her best forbidden on it's very nice hat to is involved in this but what is the what are the priorities in terms of reaching those those people who could swing the result next time and sort of almost who you know who who are you prioritizing what are the messages that you think you're going to work because there's always going to be some people i hate the argument you should understand every single vote because i was thinking any situation there's just going to jump of people will wasting your time on so the persuadable that group is worryingly large that's about one third of the population you just writing off and quite right too because you can satin spoken to these people for threes in my life i'll tell you one quickly what else doing the did a focus group once and it was self declared you votes us needless to say they will almost all on and white and he's not be on the screen and it went on for about two hours and they just liked off everything you could possibly think of that we hold dear and the in the country that we love and at the end sweating moderators or young not not not showing us said is there anything that you people like about britain tonight long pause guy the back and kyle motorized finally yes yes yes the past and in one sense or words i just thought right those people are writes off and so who on we'll similarly it's about third of people on who are like us right they are firmly believe that this is a disaster and we should have a people's won't be seeking to stay in the european union now some people say oh you can bank those people and you could always buy to degree that is true impure electoral calculus terms be got remember these are our activists these all the half million supports these people pay my wages paid by by by crowdfunding by small donations online these are the people who will go on the march on saturday these are the people who will write to their impe who will go and see their mp and impeach offices and those people are going to be creek because before we get to a people's vote you need to win one if not multiple votes in parliament and then you're going to need to pile pressure on mp's get never own patriots that is not aggressively politely but democratically but dis what they'll listen to what's the opinion of their constituents and the kind of people who do that in my view tend to be in that third so you're left then i think probably alluding to the question you originally asked who the third of people in the middle that is really where we now know off the referendum off to the work the best for britain have done off to work on the people's vote campaign of deng we know a lot about who these people are where they are and what they thinking you know i it's no it's not it's not rocket science they're worried about the mess they're worried about the economy they're worried about the impacts on their job they worried about the impacts on the nhs you have got to make the case you we collectively have to make the.

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"namie" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"namie" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Yeah it was it was making me so happy i was like nice as fan base he absolutely at least for now hates more than south expense it's like for such a city it's like either they're har night through batteries of santa claus goddamn really sensitive holy smokes you know what they're gonna yell at you more sinuses and bad about ranjha warsi and that's why through batteries you can't bring up any as i yeah been simmons's i think he's a good player that's starts is namie tim better plays ben simmons i'll easily is like right now so yeah didn't include kawai or steph or boogie or like anyone else like i disagree okay the why did you ask me what did you think i would want to say i don't fully understand why sixers fan also wants them in the top ten right now because if they get bounce in the first or second round now it's a failure of season if you get like by any stretch if he's talked to end and imbues what top five he's got to be top one that will philly randall i get you're not wrong mccown around the top tier like if you bring up anything like embiid hill or like is simmons ever going to be able to shoot it just i don't know i think they dig in because they deep down no that's those things actually matter but i don't know i think they're the philly fan is in a weird spot right now because they just wanna super bowl which is an entirely foreign feeling to them so they're they're trying to like deal with that whole thing and now like they're about they're they're likely gonna win fifty games which thanks the first time it's ever happened the real shitty sports city the more we're talking about it but for some iverson in fifty games the is is being procedures i was just like i mean that you stunk back then they could be like forty five and thirty seven one seat.

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