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Don't @ Me: This CS:GO Player Faked His Own Death

theScore Esports Podcasts

05:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Don't @ Me: This CS:GO Player Faked His Own Death

"Sunday. June, fourteenth at twitter account with the handle. Handle CS rough, tweeted out quote, rip me Ho. He was a good kid. It really sucks. What happened and quote the person he was talking about was his friend who goes by the name Mi-ho a see us go player with a long history applying playing on ESPN now. If you guys aren't Cisco, heads, ESPN is basically a platform that for a price gives you access to better servers in a more robust anti cheat system. Also has its own amateur league system. Where you in a five stack can sign up to play organized. Go well rubs. Tweet was pretty low key in me. Ho is by no means well known in the go seen. This news quickly spiraled out of control. Because the reality is me, Ho wasn't dead Yep me Ho faked his death, but why he did. It is a little more complicated than it seems, and we'll get to that in just a second I promise now I've deemed back and forth with rough and to be clear. He did not know this news fake when he originally tweeted, he legitimately thought his friend had died and was told this news by. By people he trusted eventually. The news caught the attention of Oso. Dank on top of having a fantastic handle works a support staff for rank s for Ese a and if you guys didn't know, rank s is basically as highest level of competition, a ton of pros past and present got their start there and I actually talked. Dank was sad to hear the news about me. Hope passing especially because he just talked two hours before he got the news, and then around two thirty is when I saw the first tweet from his teammate Ashley from his friend, or whatever it was saying that he died. Was You know in a car accident etcetera? So I'm shocked him on twitter and ask them like you know. What like you know what happened in like? I'm sorry you're that etc and told me that his. Cousin said he got hit by a drunk driver in the in any died. So that's all I had to go on. So I made that tweet of mine, just 'cause. It sucks to see people you know. Pass away in the community, and it's like you know it's. Never a thing to see soon after that people notice that me, Ho was playing ceus. Go on, ESPN A and well. Yeah, he wasn't dead and once Oh. Dang found fat out. He tweeted out that he was disappointed. Such news was played for laughs. Now here's where the why he did. It comes back into play, and it is a little confusing. After people found out that me wasn't debt and was playing ESPN. League matches with his friends multiple East sports news outlets broke above the situation and the article state that me Ho allegedly faked his death in order to get a thirty day. Ban on his. Account and they attributed this fact to him, but that's not true, and here's why first off after the story blew up me. Ho tweeted out that he didn't do it to get around the thirty day ban, but because him and his friends thought it would be funny on top of that. That's not how the sea community guidelines work. Basically me, hope is given the thirty day ban for threatening another player while competing in rank. Rank s qualifier match. This was his fourth banned for threatening another player in his eighth GSA band since two thousand seventeen, and it was this latest thirty day offense that also Dang was talking to me Ho about hours before he died, he reached out to me through discord, and like asking me about the ban, and like asked me about multiple things like I'm not like I'm not gonNA. Sit there and argue with somebody like. I didn't really talk much more after that I just I told them like why he was and what he said. And what you know, the reason is now. If you banned ESPN qualifier, you are still allowed to compete at the league with the team that you signed up with and I know that sounds confusing, but basically why does it this way comes down to a matter of scheduling? It only applies really severe. Bans like Dan Abrasion you can't play league batches, but with like community conduct violations where like you get banned from a Pug or saints on a platform like we still allow us to play league matches or does because. There would there would be a lot of scheduling problems if if that wasn't allowed so the idea that me faked his own death in order to get around thirty day, ban on his account makes no sense because under Ese community guidelines me, hope was still allowed to play an as league, which is exactly what he did, which ultimately how he got caught, and now we've ended up here. Okay, so we've gone this far, and we haven't heard from me. Ho yet well DMZ him. Asking how this all started UAE, he decided to fake his own death, and basically he told me that he was peer pressured into it by A. Teammate, and yeah, he apparently signed to Valentim, called trillium, and he's making racks so good for him I guess now according to Oso Dank he doesn't think me. Hosts going to get another fan because this happened on twitter and had nothing to do with the sea, so as me, weights out his latest band, continuing to play CS, Goer Valor and it's safe to say that this story is pretty

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Leave These Words Out Of Your Prospecting Messages - Liz Wendling

Daily Sales Tips

02:28 min | 2 months ago

Leave These Words Out Of Your Prospecting Messages - Liz Wendling

"Are you using filler? Words crutch phrases and lazy language in your email communication. The most common an outdated mail opening lines that irritate and aggravate and come across. Oso cheesy and phony sound like this. The following examples used to be friendly pleasantries back in the day. Now they have become useless phrase grenades that add value and also keep in mind. Many spam messages start out with this inauthentic and impersonal approach. And here's what they sound like. Hope you doing great. Hope he had a great weekend. I trust this email finds you well. I hope you're having a productive day. Hope all is going. Well really do you. I if you don't know me at all and you start interacting with me that way. It comes across phony and completely insincere. I don't care if you know me even just a little bit. Those are what I call throwaway phrases that everyone else is using and they add no value. Now I know you're trying to be nice and you want to start your messages attempting to make a connection with someone. But why a why would you want to sound like you've got stuck in the nineteen nineties and use the sales language that millions of other people are using? Your first sentence needs to assist the recipient around the intention of your email. This allows people to decide if your message needs to be addressed immediately filed away as informational or can be handled later or sent right to the junk folder don't waste precious seconds being inauthentic with fluff and crutch words and get to the point because remember spam messages. Start out with this inauthentic approach. Every time I teach this concept to someone he will always push back and say well. Why can't I be nice? Why can I say something? That's not all about business and I tell them that not suggesting that they don't be kind. I'm not suggesting that they don't be a human but I teach them to write their email. Backwards put these pleasantries at the end. If

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"oso" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"oso" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"So I am part for fide and just Oso jealous because I wait till I was Stolt to come up with my own weird flavor combinations. What am I favored things that you told me is that you said the saddest thing to me as a kid was that bones, don't taste like what I always thought bones taste like based on how Pluto ate them and Disney cartoons. I have an obsession with cartoon foods plane. This is this like where they put the whole meat and then. So it's like so so Pluto because for some reason he was not anthropomorphized goofy was which means a sense PU I never thought about you'll be other both dogs and like a human dog that talks and the other is just a dog. But Pluto was always just there was never meet. He was just knowing on these big lake pure way, perfectly shaped bones, and he was sort of. He would like, nah on them. But sometimes it would like he would like bite into them kind of like you would a candy cane. And then other times he would suck on them. And they'd get smaller like a candy cane. And I always kind of I think I thought that they would taste something like, you know, do you remember fund? Oh, yes. You know, how just that stick? It was not as sweet as other candy. I think I thought that bones would taste something like in that zone. Yeah. Yeah. I just remember it being this food that was not a real food that just seemed so appealing to me and was just unobtainable. So. So if you had chicken for dinner, would you try to non the bone? No definitely remember like being disappointed by like ribs, though. I mean, I really enjoyed a rib. But once you get to the end of it, you're done. Yeah. The bone does not taste like fun dip, really. Disney actually did a lot of stuff with food because one of my strong childhood memories is watching Fantasia. And the only thing I remember from the whole movie is that it was whoever. Mickey Mouse was in that his family was very poor. And they all had to share this one being the bean, Erin the little transparent paper. Yeah. It'd be they slice. It was. It was almost like what do they call it ASMAR? It's like every time they signed it. I was like oh good slice. It a good feel good. I loved it. The other thing that I was also really into was the cartoon cheese that mice would always eat never really liked cheese that much growing up. I'm like not a big cheddar fan or anything like that. Which I think is what that cheese was always supposed to be. But then later in life tasting like Gouda, like an unspoken Gouda some of those really pungent cheeses for the first time. It was like a this is what I thought that would taste like when I was a kid. I was into the way that sandwiches and hamburgers were eaten and cartoons like yoga. Bear when he take a bite. I can't even describe it was like this perfect circular bite. Nothing tastes good in real life. As it looked to taste in the cartoon pancake stacks with the butter melting down the sides and the cascading of the syrup like no pancake taste that good. And great now, I wanna stack a cartoon pancakes. And you can't eat cartoon pancakes thinks a lot me. Well, instead of getting mad at myself going to take a break here. But there is said to be kinda myself actually said at this place just be kind yourself kind of annoying anyway enough about my therapy. We'll get back to Ben right after this break..

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"oso" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"oso" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"So I am part for fide and just Oso jealous because I wait till I was Stolt to come up with my own weird flavor combinations. What am I favored things that you told me is that you said the saddest thing to me as a kid was that bones, don't taste like what I always thought bones taste like based on how Pluto ate them and Disney cartoons. I have an obsession with cartoon foods plane. This is this like where they put the whole meat and then. So it's like so so Pluto because for some reason he was not anthropomorphized goofy was which means a sense PU I never thought about you'll be other both dogs and like a human dog that talks and the other is just a dog. But Pluto was always just there was never meet. He was just knowing on these big lake pure way, perfectly shaped bones, and he was sort of. He would like, nah on them. But sometimes it would like he would like bite into them kind of like you would a candy cane. And then other times he would suck on them. And they'd get smaller like a candy cane. And I always kind of I think I thought that they would taste something like, you know, do you remember fund? Oh, yes. You know, how just that stick? It was not as sweet as other candy. I think I thought that bones would taste something like in that zone. Yeah. Yeah. I just remember it being this food that was not a real food that just seemed so appealing to me and was just unobtainable. So. So if you had chicken for dinner, would you try to non the bone? No definitely remember like being disappointed by like ribs, though. I mean, I really enjoyed a rib. But once you get to the end of it, you're done. Yeah. The bone does not taste like fun dip, really. Disney actually did a lot of stuff with food because one of my strong childhood memories is watching Fantasia. And the only thing I remember from the whole movie is that it was whoever. Mickey Mouse was in that his family was very poor. And they all had to share this one being the bean, Erin the little transparent paper. Yeah. It'd be they slice. It was. It was almost like what do they call it ASMAR? It's like every time they signed it. I was like oh good slice. It a good feel good. I loved it. The other thing that I was also really into was the cartoon cheese that mice would always eat never really liked cheese that much growing up. I'm like not a big cheddar fan or anything like that. Which I think is what that cheese was always supposed to be. But then later in life tasting like Gouda, like an unspoken Gouda some of those really pungent cheeses for the first time. It was like a this is what I thought that would taste like when I was a kid. I was into the way that sandwiches and hamburgers were eaten and cartoons like yoga. Bear when he take a bite. I can't even describe it was like this perfect circular bite. Nothing tastes good in real life. As it looked to taste in the cartoon pancake stacks with the butter melting down the sides and the cascading of the syrup like no pancake taste that good. And great now, I wanna stack a cartoon pancakes. And you can't eat cartoon pancakes thinks a lot me. Well, instead of getting mad at myself going to take a break here. But there is said to be kinda myself actually said at this place just be kind yourself kind of annoying anyway enough about my therapy. We'll get back to Ben right after this break..

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"oso" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"oso" Discussed on KOMO

"This weekend should be backed by Tuesday for creatures of habit with water. And when you can't use it, it's tough. So while says, it's possible. The vandals actions may have contributed to the bacteria, but that hasn't yet been confirmed. So we have our water handy. Piles already made several trips to pick up bottled water. She hopes the all. Clear comes soon. Hit all gets resolved cleaned up. We'll go back to normal. And the King County sheriff's office tells me so far no arrests have been made in connection with the break in and vandalism that happened here. The man accused of stabbing and killing a woman at Seattle center's armory food court is due in court today. David Lee Morris, arrested over the weekend on suspicion of first degree murder. He's accused of killing Gabriel Garcia. This was Friday at Seattle center. According to court documents Morris said he'd been planning the attack and stabbed Garcia in the next several times to quote, make a better life for his son. A former Oso pastor due in court this afternoon on charges. Investigators say Gary race sold forty thousand dollars a donations meant for victims of the two thousand fourteen Oso mudslide he had access to that money as part of the long term recovery group, which managed funds raised by faith faith-based organizations. There was an emotional memorial for late Seahawk owner Paul Allen at the Seahawks game yesterday. Komo's Patrick Quinn. Was there? Filed in pass the words of the late Paul into the stadium of the franchise. He helped build it's the first talked home game since the passing of their owner. Respecting Paul Allen Stein. Well, going you could feel and see his.

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"oso" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Pay was up was going on BTM tribe this episode, seventy three of the before the millions podcasts and onto the episode where speaking to Mr. Omar Omar is real estate investor who is going to talk to us about work. Yeah, work the dreaded, the boring. The Oso delightful work doesn't talk to us about what he thinks about work. And quite frankly, how much we get paid to do the work that we do. And if it's enough, if money is the end goal, if it is the end albedo and if it'll satisfy all of your needs, there are so many high income earners out there. So many high weight employees out there who are unhappy. Lot of these people are Mars frightens. He walks us through some of his friends stories and the discontentment that they are facing day-to-day basis. And even his. His discontentment Rackham the GOP when he wasn't employees. Now, this is not an episode, bashing, any employee. This is simply almost point of view when it comes to his life, how he wants to live it out and what is most valuable to him this time or has money. So striping guys, this episode is not for the sensitive and I know that none of my listeners are sensitive. We all have an open mind and whether or not we believe in what each guest's every single guesses set. So many contradictory statements that that I mean, quite frankly, doesn't align with maybe even the last guest on the show, but that's okay. Every has their opinion. Every guest has her own lifestyle every has their own upbringing thoughts, beliefs, goals. So our jobs to get behind the scenes, look into the minds of some of these audacious millionaires and entrepreneurs. They can choose what we want to resonate with what we want to implement in our own. Vest journey and what we wanna kinda just discard on today's show. We're going to talk about the value of time versus money in how many may just not be everything. In fact, it may not account for a whole lot at all. So I should mentioned before we get to the show that if you haven't already joined our thriving and I mean thriving.

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Aretha Franklin dead at 76: celebrities pay tribute to Queen of Soul

Colleen and Bradley

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Aretha Franklin dead at 76: celebrities pay tribute to Queen of Soul

"Jennifer Hudson is playing Aretha Franklin and a bio pic about her. Life Jennifer Hudson, is you, know one and Oscar and a Golden Globe and a sag award for her role in. Dreamgirls she won those awards for best supporting, actress and that was her first role was playing EFI white in. Dreamgirls and so at the time you know that they would be deciding about an Aretha Franklin. Bio-pic they knew that she had the chops to be able to act it and to sing. It so it seems like a very logical. Choice I loved. It Aretha Franklin was, like I want somebody who will play the. Role don't bother me if you think you're this person would be good at. It if you don't have the confidence to play the, role then why are you gonna play me because I had. Confidence, next I love that is a level of that is like, the Of diva somebody who's you, know she understands what she you know that not only does she understand her own greatness she. Understands the greatness, required of a person that is going to deign to play her on this.

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Warren calls criminal justice system "racist" from "front to back"

WCBS Programming

06:12 min | 2 years ago

Warren calls criminal justice system "racist" from "front to back"

"The Ronkonkoma line have. The latest. For you live all signs pointing to North Korea. Not, giving up their nuclear weapons development a response, to some. Words from our secretary of. State coming this. Morning a group of big lottery winners say they'll be keeping their day jobs in sports the Mets Jacob degrom the first pitcher. In one hundred. And two years with a losing record an ERA under to, gain seventy six light rain Saturday the, fourth of August, good morning I'm Cheryl Simone, WCBS news time six, thirty one well the Long Island railroad's pushed to install positive train control ultimately. It's a good thing it's an improvement but before that it's going to affect a lot. Of you and it's going to affect, you, all month Let's, go live to our Steve burns he's at Penn station with some details especially. For those poor folks on. The run. Conga malign Steve Cheryl it's going to be brutal over there you know ferrall song happy was just. Playing over the year and I I just had to myself. There, aren't too many people with unbridled enthusiasm after. What l. are throwing at them this weekend the Ronkonkoma branch as you said it's going to. Be hit the hardest this weekend there, will be no trains between Ronkonkoma and. Hicksville from this morning into the early morning hours Monday he'll be replacing, trains with buses and get an idea of just how bad this might get for, you well, road is. Suggesting you add an extra forty five minutes of travel time if you're going again between Ronkonkoma and Bill that is, for the. Double track project you're. Adding miles. Of new track along by branch. To hopefully some. Flexibility, there some other changes for you this weekend, Washington branch. Trains will be cut in. Half and every. Half hour every hour miss morning until noon most of the day tomorrow as well for positive train control Testing System again is a transponder system that's designed to slow down a speeding train or or stop a train that's gone through a red signal L. a. double arc as admitted it's behind on installing that, the federal government that deadline for the end of, the year for an extension but either way they're still working on it in the meantime, and this coming week changeable hit just about. Everybody widespread changes in the words of artificial coming. To the Ronkonkoma branch Babylon far Rockaway court Jeff branches, for that doubles type project again so not too much good news to report Cheryl if you're on the New Jersey transit riders Service changes as well All right that's Steve burns taken out some changes for l. a. double our riders will. Check, back with him. Again Stefan gonna impact if you. Travel on the weekends WCBS CBS news time six thirty three A new u. n. report says North, Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs and continues to violate u. n. sanctions CBS. News military analyst Mike Lyons is not surprised Koreans are not going to be able to unlearn their nuclear capability and, they will, likely end up keeping a portion of it to be used for industrial purposes what's important for the United. States is. They don't have the capability to weaponize it or deliver it June summit Singapore North Korea's Kim Jong. Own, made a big. Commitment to the president that he. Would d- nuclear is the Korean peninsula A secretary of state Mike Pompeo is warning Russia China, and others against any violation of international sanctions on North Korea and, then the north Korean Foreign Minister shooting back against violating. International sanctions on North Korea saying, recent moves by the United States are alarming the foreign minister saying the US is raising its, voice louder, for maintaining. The sanctions against North Korea. Instead of continuing with that spirit of that meeting in Singapore now palm peyot says Washington's definitely gonna take seriously any action that reduces pressure on the north Pompeo. Oso also spoke with me and Mars foreign minister during his visit to Singapore asked him to release two Reuters journalists, who are, being held on charges of having a secret documents Pompeii tweeted the pair being held for doing their job WCBS news time six thirty four Some seven hundred thousand young people. Are, part of the DACA program, students soldiers nurses and more well, they've been targeted the current administration but a federal judge said enough, is enough US District Judge John Bates ruling the administration must fully restore the DACA program judge Bates giving the administration until August twenty. Third to appeal CBS news legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum is now the third court that has ordered the Trump administration to restart renewals, of those who had already been approved for Dacca but this decision from judge Bates strikes a much deeper blow because if the judge's order goes into effect on August twenty third the government. Will then be required to, accept new, applications from. Those who satisfy Dacca's eligibility requirements nationwide injunctions earlier this year applied only to renewal requests for Dacca recipients commonly known as dreamers WCBS CBS news time six thirty five Massachusetts. Senator Elizabeth Warren says the US criminal Justice system is racist Brenta. Back, the potential candidate for president, in twenty twenty made the remarks, at a historically black university in New Orleans During a q. and a. with Congressional Black caucus chair Cedric Richmond Warren has mostly white political base in Massachusetts but. Black voters wheeled heavy influence. In choosing the future democratic presidential candidates it is six thirty six now we're always. Going to be on the radio at eight hundred eighty AM canal the only place to stream WCBS on your smartphone is the radio dot com app Ready to become insanely.

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"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"You can find me i have a facebook page to your oso and i'll be posted a lot of just you know i'll be more update soon i from all my activism and organizing and then the cherry on top of last year's election i have taken myself off the front line working zane and give myself a break and a sabbatical this year i have a lot of things in development that i'll be rolling out but right now just kind of giving myself a break you know to pulling off my super black women kate for a little while so yeah folks can tune into my twitter facebook and the website for updates and things things about that one i stand okay it's overseas now here be careful people like this is not light desire like before you know what i mean it's not so yeah be careful out there and then to to thank you you know you like i say your inspirational person and you do so much and also you know like i said when you got on that stage man i'll i was so inspired and i remember when i get interview afterwards it was so funny like we want to interview about this and i was like okay i wasn't even on the stage i didn't like what about that though like does go back to our main job in people and they were still like they're just those lobby like the media's those like i would be like well you actually interviewed here also like yeah that's nice yes and then in the article they'd be like black lives matter activists rod marles i know i know i know do not put that on me and i had activated cofounders in the people of my god man like i like i know you talked about the organizing of it which is like a brilliant structure for oh my god the media completely just like threw that away like they were like nope pugh to have an you know i've really learned a lot about this since the time it doesn't compute to have an uninvited yuno full figured nappy haired black woman running things and being the center of attention and it was almost as though trying to filter all of that through all of our lenders everybody was just like so and also part of it is the kind of we're talk about as far as black women's labor being expected as i go well they did that and now we get to decide how we feel about it and talk about it and we don't really necessarily need to ask them shout out to marc lamont hill he's one of the folks who did invite myself and some of the other organizers they had us on into post live like right after a couple of other times there couple did you know get it gave me a courtesy right of follow up discussion but yeah there's just i it's a case study in media analysis i know strategy wise there were people that are like well we don't want to do interviews or we don't want to go on every outlet and stuff like like i get that but in absent of people doing the interview i still don't understand you've been turned around and be like well listen anybody when we talked to just gone on black lives matter i like how did that how did that stuff have it like wouldn't it be like when we couldn't get the black lives matter but we got disney row you know and you know is i feel like that's the beauty of black people wages we are magical you know people act like black culture black politics black everything just appears out of thin air that's it applying however i would like that looks beautiful these are now boxer brain that sounds catchy that's what they mean black michael they're like black girls of magic because visible we don't even seen him we take their work and we just pop up guys ours it a figment of our metal oh yeah they're magical like that harry potter cloak where you just disappear like okay all right guys thank you so much to you thank you so much for being here we appreciate it i gotta have you on a regular show mate you up about that so you can come here from behind the pay while and talk to people and like i say follow her work and we'll be back with another one in east soon until then peace.

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"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"You know what ultimately i'm just glad j guy here took them a long trip well that's a long trip and i know he's still got ways ago and i was sure everything was it you know perfect in academic stands and now that i know there had to be some problems i saw people that still resentful of the society that will apply the growth of fifth year oh man as opposed to what we say about young women i get all of that i really do but damn man i'm so glad you finally got there like maybe somebody listen you know exactly that's what i feel like you know all i will let other people make all the critiques and i you know will snap right along and also i am glad that a black man that other brothers respect got there been this face because lord have mercy but yeah like like i say man we're bred to we're not bred to see nurturing as a positive as men and i think that's a huge that's a huge disadvantage because we need not only do you need it as far as as a skill right right it's like how people go if you may need to learn how to cook for yourself i agree i don't know why only women will be the only people to learn how to cook that doesn't make sense after people right are not women like learn how to cook that's cool but we don't extend into other stuff that we call women's work and women's work stuff is normally like the emotional labor and things of this nature we need to learn those skills to valuable skills that have support in the be especially if you're going to turn around and be half hour you know whatever your relationship stuff is if you want to be half of someone's life yet you need to learn these skills to it can't just be one way but listen if you want to be the president of the united states and might be useful mit youthful in mind we see what happens when you put one of these totally totalitarian you know fake as album and males in charge man that's located though like and i know he didn't even really get into your politics like that and i apologize because i know we've gone over time but low key i always like obama because of how much you love michelle like loc like i like i understand you know he bombed a life you and there's a bunch of negative things that people are going to have to say and i think a lot of is just the result of that office like i don't think anyone's ever occupy that office dad i'll be like and that person did a perfect job like i'm always be like and that you know they did this thing and they did that thing but low key like the imagery of that family and seeing especially contrast to now seeing family that like a couple of that scene have genuine love for each other and i don't know like that always stick with me more than probably any policy or anything you've ever like a scandal free eight years with him loving the hell out of three black women his life and right you know do that was a feminist and outspoken and all that stuff and that scared and like i wish more people would have embraced that part of him as far as because you know people like the imagery of oh black man offers he had a black president but then like okay brothers but what about like his his his his his ally shit to lgbtq movements what about his love for black women what about his you know the fact like women children you know the environment his diplomacy a lot of a lot of there there is symbolically in kind of energetically a lot of value to what the obama presidency brought to us you know we have been talking for a while and you know you can have me back on it we could get dig into politics more but yeah no i i am on the same page with you about that for sure yeah we gotta do that man i didn't know this is going to great so i didn't i know all my talk to over in but listen guys you want more it as follow to you on twitter at ti underscore also go to our website also dot net i know you're also speaking now you also is there any other place that people can find.

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"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Women are just bread and taught an in grain and like nurture to be the support system right and men are by just by the the nature of how we treat women of mmediately put in a situation where we go and women are here to support us are here to support me exactly and just to receive the support right so there's no like loyalty quote unquote to that 'cause is not like only black women are are nurtured that way all women are nurtured to be our toll to basically be support system for some man at some point like that's your life goal is to turn around and support some dude right i like i i don't find it wrong to teach people to nurture i think that's beautiful i just find it i that we don't see it as a masculine trait or something we would wanna teach men to like we'll teach me to provide quote unquote will teach me to protect but the even within that there's a hierarchy right i'm providing for you which puts me above you exact i'm protecting you this also puts me above you right but when i'm looking at like these marches and stuff like when there's a march for black women it's only black women out there when you know when a sister get shot by the cops there's so many men that will in turn around and start like sounded like white people with the whole like why would she why don't you do all say whether she stay why does she have attitude again i i noticed that specifically with the case of corn gains and then there's a woman arizona state university professor are i can't remember her last name right now who was assaulted by a few on a state university police department officer and the discourse and it wasn't just black men women get in on to who were really like legitimately questioning whether or not she should have had such an attitude and all of these like this man dragged her to the ground in salted her for jaywalking and i went to zona state university that wasn't even the storrow fair the street this she was crossing wasn't a busy street right yeah tolliday why are we debating whether or not she deserved that treatment in yeah so there's so many layers to it and a lot of has to do with not because you know there's a difference between genders but because of the lack of balance a lack of respect because of the hierarchy that's a scribe to it and also because we live in you know patriarchal system the privilege that is a scribe to men that also absolves them from accountability right so the woman is less than nurturing are somehow doesn't meet a societal standard of you know women's role in society she'll be dragged but if a man doesn't provide for his family as a man is less than you know chivalrous are courteous are doesn't defend someone in a certain situation his man has not taken from him at a societal level the way that women who don't you know break our backs for everyone else are questioned and judge is why we question amber roses motherhood but whenever wiz khalifa's father right right right like they both out in the clubs out stuff streets that's how they make their money like i regretted neither one of them but it's funny it's always a one what about your son my daddy's we like what about my daddy i need held on both sides both sides i like with the future sierra and they're those people were so like just drew ragging her you know she's not worthy of russell wilson's love she's disrespecting future as a father he disrespected him so right place with own so in the fact that it's immortalized you know by jay z forever i just feel like i feel like we won that one like good yes you know you brought up four earlier and that was collusion came to four four four was just like.

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"To i feel like it's really about trying to justify our humanity and then when we attack each other in that way when we don't make room for one another our whole space for one another in a certain way unless we agree with each other it's like well you know like everybody's being dragged that person's trash prisons cancel and it's like real life you don't need to be of the community because we don't happen to disagree like i feel like there's a way for us to again this is you know organizing philosophy there has to be a way for us to agree on a certain conditions that we're trying to work to meet and then have a diversity of tactics and strategies to get us there and if the reason why you want freedom what if what freedom and liberty looks like to you is to not have any type of gun violence in your community in your less worried about police violence that's right actually invalid and it doesn't invalidate your blackness to to be like you know i grew up in the neighborhood with drive bys and we had to sleep on the floor sometimes and i understand what people are saying when they say you know these are the things that i'm actually more concerned about them police violence with not okay win we we use those arguments against one another right and not against the system in like this is i'm just such a stickler for political education and critical analysis that we have to understand actually what's at the root of it the root of you know intra community violence is not because black people have a problem right exactly i remember interview kendrick lamar dead and i like listen i love heyndrickx but it's you know he also nigga from confident that grew up with his friends getting killed over gang shit he like he doesn't have the distance from that to come up with these bras weeping academic theories of to him his i like i don't eat i look at myself and go why what's the value of a black life if i'm willing to take one over a piece of street that's not even mine and then i want to turn around and and judge somebody else without even thinking about what that means for me like to me on my wow that's a philosophical question from dude dad you know you know quote unquote just a rapper like i love that he's doing that introspection i think a lot of us should and instead it's like will you know why people are going to hear that and think that it's okay to kill people with the police on my fuck like we're so why people are going to right like it's harder to be can we just accept also because we we give platform give like a greater weight to what you know wrappers in other athletes and other people like that say why couldn't we just take kendricks comments for what it was like this is his perspective and his opinion in you know it lacked it analysis of colonization into civic racism in what he said in that soundbite okay right why can't we just take it for what it is i said at the time i was like i it would be disingenuous for me this genuine for me to be like i mean i nobody gets cancel out like we i don't know i really wish people would even stop saying because stuff saying nobody's ever been every all the hashtag canceled i don't i everybody's still around like they just pop up and i'll be like oh damn i guess it didn't work so liz what the thing is it's i feel like a lot of people being dishonest because we have those conversations intro community all the all the time but he said that she didn't rolling stone and it was like the right what why people think i might do i don't care guys if they here we would have solved this already white people do is the fox news.

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"A lot of reasons you cardi b inspires me like just i feel like a lot of there's not a lot of reverence our respect for hood individuals and there's a lot of respectability politics that goes into you know what it means to be upstanding our role model our inspiration in i come from a very you know hood round the way background in just because i'm able to articulate myself well it's not something that people assume about me necessarily in i just feel like there's no reason that we need to kind of sanitize ourselves in order to assert our humanity like we can be full settles yeah i feel like a so much of at least a place on that in life right now is about understanding and lovin us where we are and pushing us you know like i want us to be better epping everyone in life should be trying to be better than they were yesterday i don't think that's so controversial to say but also like loving us where we are and like sometimes i think about the critiques of our community and how much of it is just unfair and how what's fair and what's not fair right like i think it's fair to say we can treat each other better i don't see how that you know like a horrible thing but you know it's unfair to say like we're pathologically criminal like his is unfair to expect they're not to be a diversity of opinion like you know sometimes people kind of articulate nuanced point and they'll get jumped on because they're not in lockstep with what we decided that blackness should be honored that time but they're not but they're not you know i know i made a joke earlier but they're not coons like they're not i hate you negative and all holding us back is black people like it's but they'll say something like i dunno you know is difficult for me because my cousin was killed in in a gang shootout so and i'm like i don't want to dismiss your emotions behind that 'cause i fucked up that's terrible but sometimes i think we're so scared that that black person's gonna either reject does going or they're going to pair it some like white supremacist talking point and so we jump on them to get them back in line yeah but it's like you brought up about about like debate and intellectual light discourse in choir conversations i do kinda feel like i want to be more towards the quiet conversation i wanna have more discussion rather than the bait because of that like i you know the reason we have this platform i wanna go away from the spectacle of fighting each other but you're.

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"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Woke up on january first the first time my mind was oh i can't stand white people like monagas base a day that was like and i said oh no to you this yeah it's funny his plenty because i feel like people that are activists stuff like i'm sure like it's overwhelming tennessee's on that you have to face you know what i mean because you do have to watch how many people in the world that are just like anti you mike as humid as concept at a human being at a record label they are just airtight you but something motivates you get up in believed that people can change or at least be made to change made aware you know hair harriet tubman like literally had visions of guy like like i remember james baldwin says he had hoped because he wakes up every day and like as long as i live i gotta have hope like right those joys is so yeah it's it's you know 'cause i lose my faith in people so easily at times like this why we deserve the shit we have jal asia it it out out right but but they're moments and people that do inspire me and you're you're definitely one of those people that are so yeah man you that was like super of like not just the net the net roots thing but just as a human being very inspirational figure also the other thing i think is funny when it comes to like getting like having hoping people i feel like we need inspirations like are there people that have inspired her activism or that inspire you like on every day yes definitely so you know i shared about my mom ellen oso who was my first example of what it means to stand up for justice like and my mom literally like rousted a crack house out of our neighborhood she used to we like community cleanups where we literally like walk the streets of the neighborhood pick up trash and broken glass and things like that and she's really the she's my personal example and also just appear pity me at how hard black women will go for the community and what she inspires me harriet tubman for sure really the radical resistance of you know insulated african people who led uprisings in makino net turner clean nanny of the maroons like resistance stories where people relied give me liberty or give me death you know super colonial readier give me liberty as a white man gimme death liberty for me the civically and no one else and no one else but just me about how people want black folks to protest peacefully but this country has literally been overthrown at least one time in almost twice ryan ryan my wife right just 'cause they was mad like angry i had enough overtaxes like not even like actual injustice like what is fifteen percent outrage also opened to medi my system niger sister who you know we literally people don't know like it's all glamorous and cute now and you know she's a co of black lives matter she's actually the one who helped to create the platform that black lives matter you know lived honors proliferated through in like did a lot of like the structural organizing for black lives matter to of exist and she and i used to meet in my church parking lots in phoenix and try to figure out like how are we going to black people together like people don't know the the the things that we have been through in the trenches together and so she definitely inspires me every single day as well and yeah this loads of other black women who just put the culture on their bag for.

fifteen percent
"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Sarily were malicious i think their ineptitude and just not knowing how bad things could get is absolutely still you know like the effect is still the same like whether they mean to or not like i don't think like this somebody who's not white right in privilege might have thought about it twice as about to say is is the problem for me is that the people at the top are white men typically and the white white man see the world is richard spencer is just as much about freedom of speech as tier osos about freedom of speech to them like though the just to size of different coin like and and that is how you end up with what we have is that you know twitter now is i think right before i hopped on here they suspended rose mcgowan who is an actress actress yes who's speaking out against a harvey weinstein and hollywood and this environment that allowed the sexual predator to rome unchecked and even in abled they suspend their why they say she violated the rose suspended for twelve hours he posted a screen shot on instagram or something right and they told her she either delete whatever the question between the date they decided questionable or or she could white twelve hours and she could posting in that's the environment that like they're they don't see that as a biased environment like white men don't see that as a as an environment that favours white man the biggest sexual predator that is also president they've never gonna they're never gonna suspend him never going to suspend his account right no matter what he says no matter what you know the jamal hill you know djamil hill gets ended from espn and they and espn doesn't see themselves as an extension of the environment by suspending djamil hill but allowing a sage still to top bad about people who protested at the airport when those listen when i was tweets like i don't know who safe still is i'm not a sports fan yeah but who asked you yet and like in for the regular like i like i just find that odd that she's allowed sports sports personality she's allowed to get political in that moment djamil and right djamil but local and she has the pay and they're still they don't even see that that is a biased like they see that as fairness like will you know look she got to minerals like no she saw talking about stuff on agree with like this oh my gosh i went to a form recently at usc university of southern california about sports and politics and there was espn executive i think there also was one of the panelists and i think it's so interesting that they want to keep politics out of sports but it's very clearly a plantation really all of america is a plantation set up and the idea that there's anything neutral i mean it's false like basically white man set up the parameters what's neutral and they kind of locate themselves as the neutral party and everybody else's by exactly so that's why those algorithms i said up i don't know i don't know what the offending tweet was at rose mcgowan tweeted but i mean there's plenty of trolls on twitter roman free and i just don't see her i literally have been problematic i went through all her tweets and was i don't see any of them what was the problem i i like i like yeah but twitter just decided at some point like these men fill the tax you gotta go it's the it's like it's like a crowd source decision it's like he's got this many complaints in almost like the volume of the complaints is what determined that she should be suspended i haven't a lot on facebook where nikko just be general post about mike brown's should never have been murdered white police officers need to stop killing people indiscriminately you ban what what rices i've been banned a couple times like cash what was one of them was.

twelve hours
"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"My mind i'm like oh god no i don't want any of that but politically socialists yeah like when people who are claiming like i'm a socialist i'm black and i'm mad about the and i'm like oh no that's i don't wanna be that if that's what that is but then anytime i have a conversation with somebody off twitter and it's about that or if i read a book or something and i'm like no no i can get with this i see why like i don't know that we can change our country is on his possible but i definitely understand the intent and we honestly want the same things like we like i do wanna live in a world where people don't have to be poor like i do want to live in a world where you know you're not just picking winners and losers of moneywise i do want to live in a world where i feel like martin is people have a voice politically as well as just the right to live like i don't want i don't want privatize prisons or like a prison industrial complex in general like there there's things that i'm like well yeah who the against that at least as a white person who against that but it's different like i said on social media was like you idiot neoliberal share he's like oh no i don't want to even talk to you about this wanted discuss this with you you're calling me right so we are missing that like i do feel like if like in to people that are fighting on twitter sat down and we're actually like how to moderate debate or pan or something i know it wouldn't look like that so you're right that is i mean when you brought that up the day i was just like yeah that that is brilliant like we've never we haven't had that since james baldwin and malcolm mix and you know since the sixties the closest thing i was also thinking around the kind of the hip hop activism era in the nineties you know interviews with like sister souljah named people like kevin powell and things like that i it hasn't been since maybe i would say the nineties where you have like really like moderated widely you know wide public discourse on issues in not just you know kind of sound by and again like this back and forth i also think that i've been really looking into discussing trying to learn more about this intersection around like tech and social justice because the design of platforms like twitter and facebook and youtube the monetization that algorithms instagram also plays into those instincts right in how our brains are wired for gratification for validation and so it there's also something to be said about the way that the platforms the way that people interact with these platforms that is also feeding into that and you know there are people spend millions of dollars billions of dollars around manipulating that without a lot of concern i think for the consequences and i mean who knew that the fallout from having a platform like facebook i remember with facebook you know launched in we got it at the state university in two thousand three two thousand four there's no way that i would have known then that facebook would be what it is now today and would be responsible for you know influencing public opinion about whether or not hillary clinton is a legitimate political candidate and also like they got ads for black lives matter that's the show like women holding guns and stuff like listen only could of listen who knew right that you'll be able to publish baseless information in target people within i thought it was interesting is well number one i think what he and i both agreeing on that we miss team summit okay guys okay i need it okay i don't even care i'll take a dull summit like you can ring their original cashback meal aids summit and i was still watching on episode of adult some of k line i'll i would wear my key for that guys so so there's that far and then also like tech in the internet is a while out west right and i don't think why i don't think these companies that.

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"You know what i'll tolerate you vote for you if if i get the feel better than these people we covered so much if stuff on the show that time for zona i just remember it was like a running gag on the show this would be like like oh my guy or on they're trying to catch up with florida you know like yeah it was it was so ridiculous but you know i i mean i know three parts of the law was struck down by judge but feel that all pass you know it's just sickens me but you know it's also interesting that that was kind of a star for your activism and it wasn't really about quote unquote use civically you know like a lot of people don't even really get activated into that kind of stuff until it's something that's wreck affecting like them for in particular yeah and that is issue because you know i feel like activism wise and it's fine to be galvanized by something that impacts directly but that's also a reason why i'm such a advocate and proponent for political education which is the work on transitioning into now because people have to understand systemic issues and they have to understand the way that things actually do affect you in really at the end of the day we're all connected that you know society ecosystem there's not something happening to one person and it's not happening to me like actually their impacts that are affecting everyone the reason why food prices are going up in other issues that are connected towards us having a working well supplied labor industry was being affected too where you know there are farmers who don't have workers because of the attack on immigrants that doesn't have anything quote unquote to do with somebody who's not an immigrant but it does because i also would like to have affordable food you know as between seventy was really personal to me not only because i grew up in heavily you know let's you know neighborhood but also because legalized racial profiling isn't going to be good for anybody who's not white and i could see the writing on the wall that if we allow them to pass this law just because white people are like people are very good doc was those and so just because somebody is saying mexicans mexicans mexicans we gotta get rid of them they didn't write the law against ten seventy they didn't write that law against mexicans is said if you are suspected of being in the country illegally then the law enforcement officer has the license to harass you that sounds like racial profiling that is racial profiling because how else can that lobby interpreted in it's not that they're but people don't know they're mad undocumented canadians irene people all over the country even in arizona nobody's ever going to ask them whether or not their citizens is this is the united states right exactly and then you know as a black person i'm just worried that you know i say the wrong thing and all of a sudden i started looking a little bit mexican to this dude oh boy got some phone you feel like you might not even here you know you might not be from around here and then you if you talked to black immigrant folks that is what happens is you know they start speaking with their accent in the next thing you know depending on the officer who they're interacting with the next thing you know they are getting questioned right exactly so that but i you know that that intersection ality though like to be motivated by not just your plight but there's also the the next back to what i will eventually come to you because i feel like that too like i remember during the twenty sixteen election people being in like you know i don't like hillary clinton which you know i understand there's a lot of people to clean cleaning like i'm not gonna fight you on that of but i was like yes but trump is worse like at least for things i believe in i can't imagine letting open big into office i i'd just i personally couldn't do it but i remember being like even if i were to feed that hillary clinton is racially problematic towards black people therefore whatever policies he was gonna pass or whatever would be equally as bad to to trump let's i'm not.

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"In strengthen your base all you're doing your seating grounding ceding territory for now van jones is a pundit and an activist and you know is in a whole different orientation to political activism resistance work win if he had been able to remain in the cabinet of the white house who knows what types of deeply entrenched policy there would be on the behalf of the most marginalized in our community and so that is really kind of textbook arrete of what's wrong with liberalism is that you're trying to play the middle you actually don't want to strongly represent defend my best interest if it's gonna mean that you ruffle the feathers of other white people right there's no middle on some of this stuff exactly there's become like this false like i call it a performance of impartiality right where yes we have to do the well i mean as not like trump voters are always wrong or something like that you know like we'll sometimes people do the right thing or let's bring on a known bigoted racist jeffrey lord and have him have him argue with van jones every day of the week for our and you like these things aren't act like these aren't actual to level talking playing fields where people are both using facts and stuff this is more just us pretending that there that we can have a conversation when there's no conversation and i feel like that is something as a lifelong person that has always probably vote democrat die because of the way things instead of in this country the way my country said why democrat leftleaning votes right yeah real hard i can't ever see myself on the lever for a republican but like it's kinda frustrating because like i said these conversations quote unquote that play out does feel like the left loses ground in this hard to to to defend any of this stuff speaking of which you know you brought up sp ten seventy for people that don't know spca ten seventy is can you explain what it was for aaron a sp ten seventy was a piece of legislation passed in arizona state legislature that made eight state level felony to be undocumented so the you know not have been naturalized i have some type of legal immigration status current in knitted also made it compulsory for law enforcement officers if they suspected for any reason that you might be in the country undocumented to question you about your citizenship in authorized law enforcement officials to question people citizenship it did a lot of other things that made it made restrictions on what types of state benefits people who are undocumented were able to access different types of contracts and things and what a lot of your listeners might not notice that education point is at the american legislative exchange council are a lack is a national policy think tank organization that lobbies and helps to fund a lot of conservative legislators across the country that piece of legislation was written in crafted by a let and in particular crisco bhatt who is now the person who's over our voting rights in this country as ten seventy is a piece of legislation that came out of that conservative policy mill at a leg in arizona because it has a supermajority gop legislature is a testing ground for a lot of conservative legislation because they're able to get anything that they would like passed in so as seventy was one of those bills that they floated in arizona and got passed in you know in order to try to make people's lives you know live a hell quite frankly is not really because on was so overrun by undocumented immigrants on welfare that you know the government was being bled dry it's about controlling people who are not white men yet you know the thing too is it's a unify issue for whiteness right like hey here is an other that we can pick on and then there's people that you know normally wouldn't even be interested in this stuff that are like oh someone i can blame for everything wrong in my life or someone that i can feel superior to well yeah i'm on board with this law and and i think they're you know it was a documented people but you know other places it's bad you know black people it's being people but it's always just like i mean the president united states this point like it's it's a galvanizing cars to be able to say like what about these other people though and it's like oh yeah.

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"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Small group of us started talking about what it would like to organize in the black community in phoenix and then eventually just because of the political moment you know her act divisible our friendship i ended up becoming volunteer in organizing with black lines for just immigration wow and there's a few things you hit on their one how'd your mom feel about you know acorn being attacked and defended and all that stuff during that scandal being that she worked for them yes she was really upset and i love that you know my mom is not a scholar are it wasn't you know public activist at all the her analysis was so clear about how you know the take down of acorn was really about consolidating conservative political power and also the evidence of how liberals just lack of the courage of their convictions to really stand up against really coordinated slander in smear attacks by the right wing in just their unwillingness to call out the fact that you know you're targeting organization because they have in with in their base is you know grass roots poor folks people of color in the fact that acorn was taken down the way that it was in so swiftly and with no plan of action to replace our you know regroup she was like this is just a way to weaken the progressive movement she was right about that yet i is weird because i feel like liberals or like i guess the left or whatever is kind of like batman where know like they won't kill and they have rules and they won't violate the rules like at the end of the day there's a respect to be half for the fact that you stand by integrity and shit but at the same time there's like a it's like what you're losing you know like so you have to have you can have morals but you also have to have tactics or strategy and having the moral high ground but seeding actual material ground right in the cipher justice to me is it's admire able morally and also i live in the marginalized community that could really use a strong political voice right right i'd rather win you know like batman like batman the joker he never kills him so morally he's right but then the jokers back out there killing people right so like i rather win than be kind of will listen it was kind of a fence of what she said so we're gonna shut down i mean we you know i remember when van john's guy let go man right and i'm like but he didn't really say nothing it wasn't that bad and now you look at you know the current occupants are the white house and the things that are constantly said and you're like they they just care about winning and unfortunately i feel like it takes that sort of push back on the other side in order to gain any ground you know exactly and if you notice the van jones is excellent example i think that other examples of the kind of political casualties that the left and liberals are willing to make which is you know even touching on the net roots action in the whole context of that where we are now the problem is not that van jones actually was an issue the problem is that in order to try to appeal to middle american values and people's low sensibilities and understanding of politics they were willing to sacrifice van jones they were willing to sacrifice you know reverend jeremiah wright because what the coded language in the attacks on those activists in those individuals is about being strong and black and political and you have to be palatable and black and political to a certain extent the higher that you go up with the democratic party and so again it making those types of concessions without having the plan on how to invest in your base.

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Rape, Bangladesh and Tefron discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Rape, Bangladesh and Tefron discussed on BBC World Service

"Still to come on the forum we'll be looking more closely at the impact that plastic has had on the human race both positive and negative is it a force for good or evil it's undoubtedly saved many lives and developed into an icon of modern society but now science is greatest problem is what we're gonna do about oso flexible friend especially how do we dispose of it or even replace it said join me for parts of the forum straight out of the news summary bbc news with stuart mcintosh the most senior roman catholic to be charged with sexual abuse cardinal george pell has pleaded not guilty at a court in australia he was attending a hearing at which a magistrate said there was enough evidence for him to stand trial multiple abuse charges dating back to the nineteen seventy s and nineteen ninety s cardinal pell pleaded not guilty the us secretary of state mike pompeo says secret documents israel claims to have tamed on a rams nuclear program show that tefron lied about its nuclear capabilities he said this showed the international deal to curb iran's nuclear ambitions wasn't built on good faith the armenian parliament is due to meet shortly to elect a new prime minister following weeks of demonstrations that forced the resignation of the country's longstanding leader says the protest leader nicole passion young is standing unopposed although he'll still need the support of some ruling party politicians to win the united states says it's detained eleven members of a migrant caravan which had traveled from central america to the mexican border with the us the migrants were detained on suspicion of trying to enter america illegally eight other members of the convoy have entered us territory to seek asylum the head of the army of myanmar has denied that his forces were guilty of sexual violence including rape during the campaign he ordered against a hinge muslims in a reference to the seven hundred thousand muslims who fed the bangladesh general min own clearing also said myanmar was ready to accept what he described as the bank goalies who left the country under the agreement between the two countries scientists have decoded the genome of the rose in a study that could lead to new varieties of flour being read the research which took eight years to complete revealed.

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"oso" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"oso" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Has grown to know so many people through in a way that it made me realize that was the first time i realized that i really could live a new trim and be okay about it like i don't have to put myself in this box well i have to stay in education because this is what i've done this is what i'm good at like i like you can have a new dream angel go for it try it do it you're listening to side hustle pro the task that teaches you to build and grow your side hustle from passion project to profitable business and your host and kayla matthews homema salons get started hey guys welcome back to the show so today the guest chair we have the oso fly and oso dope angel anderson angel is the founder and owner of the spice sweet an interactive spice bar in the tacoma park neighborhood in northwest washington dc angel open this space in two thousand fifteen after only three and a half weeks of planning and dreaming amazing now the spice wheat is not only store that sells fragrant spices but also serves as an incubator for fellow trimmers that's right angel provides the space to showcase other local female business owners free of charge mind you so on any given day you can indulge in tantalizing spices infused oils sample shea butter triumph vintage threads and treat yourself to kohinoor delights in this hip quaint and comfortable atmosphere aesthetics and energy of the spice wheat mirror angels own home.

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"oso" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"oso" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

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