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LG Considering Sale, Withdrawal or Downsizing Phone Business

Daily Tech Headlines

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

LG Considering Sale, Withdrawal or Downsizing Phone Business

"Lg electric ceo. Brian kwon said the company is considering all possible measures including sale withdrawal and downsizing of the smartphone business quan also promised employment will be maintained regardless of changes to the division algae's mobile phone business has posted losses of five trillion won over the last five years posting consecutive operating losses. Every quarter since two thousand fifteen

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Keith Morrison reads Dr. Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas

The Mysterious Mr. Epstein

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Keith Morrison reads Dr. Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas

"How the grinch stole christmas by dr seuss. Every who down in whoville light. Christmas a lot but the grinch live just north of veal did not the grinch hated christmas whole christmas season. Please don't ask why no one quite knows. The reason it could be as head wasn't screwed on just right it could be. Perhaps his shoes are too tight. But i think that the most likely reason of all may have been that. His heart was two sizes too small. Whatever the reason is hard or shoes. He stood there on christmas eve. Hating the who's staring down from his cave with a sour grinchey frown. The warm lighted windows below on the town for he knew every who down in whoville beneath was busy now hanging mistletoe wreath and they're hanging stockings. E snarled with a sneer. Tomorrow is christmas it practically here. Then he growled with his grinch figures nervously drumming. I must find some way to stop christmas from a main for tomorrow. He knew all the who girls and boys would wake brighton early. They'd rush for their toys and then whole the noise show the noise. Doi's noise noise. That's one thing. He hated the noise. Noise noise noise. Then the who's young and old would sit down to a feast. And they feast on they feast and they feast. Feast feast feast. They would feast on who pudding and rare who rose beast which was something that grinch couldn't stand in the least and then they do something he liked. Leashed all every who down in whoville. The tall and this mall would stand close together with christmas bells ringing. They'd stand hand in hand and who's would start singing. They'd sing sing sing. sing sing. Sang and the more the grinch thought of the who christmas saying the more the grinch thought. I must stop this whole thing. Why for fifty three years. I've put up with it now. I'm must stop christmas from coming. But how then he got an idea. An awful idea the grinch gonna wonderful off idea. I know just what to do. The grinch laughed in his throat and he made a quick santa claus hat and a coat and he chuckled and clucked. What a great grinchey trick with this code in this hat. I'll look just like saint. Nick all i need a reindeer. The grinch looked around but since reindeer are scarce there were none to be found. Did that stop the old grinch. No the grinch simply said if. I can't find a reindeer make quan instead. So he called his dog max then. He took some red thread and he tied bighorn on the top of his head. Then he loaded some bags and symbols empty sacks on a ramshackle sleigh and he hitched up old. Max then the grinch said got up and the slaves started down toward the homes. Where the who's they snooze in their town all their windows were dark quiet. Snow filled the air. And the who's were all dreaming sweet dreams without care when it came to the little house on the square. This is stop number one. The old grinchey clause est any climbed to the roof. Empty bags his fist then. He slid down the chimney around tight pinch but if santa could do it then socal the grinch he got stuck only once for a moment or two then. He stuck his head out of the fireplace flu where the little who stockings all hung in a row. These stockings grin are the first things to go. Then he slithered and slunk with a smile most unpleasant around the whole route and he took every president. Pop guns bicycles roller-skates drums checkerboards tricycles popcorn plums. And he stuffed them in day than the grinch buried nibley stuff dole the bags one by one then. He slumped to the ice box. He took the who feast. He took a who pudding. He took the roast beast. He cleaned out the icebox. Quick flash way the grinch even took the last can of who hash

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"quan" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"You for your. Yes and doing that father greg. I'm blessed to be a part of this and i i think And then i hope people will will will read it and You know fifty. I mean this is how we're going to change The church in the world is one person at a time and so we we try to change the world but we need to change ourselves first and all of the you know can can can increase in our holiness elvis. Be striving for holiness is a lifelong project we we can never be complacent and say we're holy enough and so And i think this this This book will help. I think what of our my endorsers said you know. This book will help Every fake from you know your your average person or to a carmelite nun. And and and i even received it. And the dr smith pharma carmelite nun and she agreed. She really liked it. So i've received endorsements from bishops and priests and laity and and every and nuns and so So i i really think everybody can can benefit in some way or or from this book or be reminded of Of you know what is important and and and how and how to get their father train. I wish we had more time. Any final thoughts. Thank you for this opportunity. And i you know. Jesus said in the book in senior year sue that he wants to start a spring time of holding from the church and i think this is part of it You know i was inspired and and health's by the holy spirit to write this book. And i want to be a part of it. I mean i'm just god's instrument and and and i hope and i pray that that that people pick up this book and and and if they like it to give it to others you know it's advent time. Christmas is around the corner. So i think this is key is a great book as a gift for for any catholic who who wants to grow in their faith. Well i'm looking forward to reading the other two hundred pages. This is three hundred. Could have been five hundred. Maybe there's a few more books that you can The subject that you've chosen to live out here. I think has many opportunities in many different angles to look at this beautiful facets of the diamond and so thank you so much farther tran. Thank you chris with father cointrin. We've gone inside the pages of the imitation of mary. Keys to growth in virtue in grace to learn more about this book or to obtain a copy go to sophia institute dot com the website ford publisher sophia institute. Press or you can find it at any fine catholic bookstore to hear and door to download this conversation. Along with hundreds of others spiritual formation programs go to discerning hearts dot com or you can find it in the discerning hearts free app. This has been a production of discerning hearts. I'm your host chris mcgregor. We hope that this has been helpful for you that you will. I pray for our mission. And if you feel as worthy consider a charitable donation which is fully tax deductible to help support our efforts. But most of all we ask you to. Please tell the friend about discerning hearts dot com and join us next time for inside the pages insights from today's most compelling authors..

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Politician, Eva Pern

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Politician, Eva Pern

"If, it was born Maria Eva Duarte in nineteen nineteen in Los Toldo's Argentina. If his mother and father were never married in fact, Avis father was married to someone else and had a whole other family eva's mother was his mistress. Still if it was the youngest of their four children to to the `illegitimate' status of the relationship, the family was very poor when evo was six, her father died leaving the family in an even more precarious position. To make ends meet if his mother took in boarders and worked odd jobs when EVA was fifteen, she traveled to Buenos Irs to pursue an acting career. She found success doing radio shows including one in which she portrayed famous women throughout history like Elizabeth I and Catherine. The Great, a sort of dramatized encyclopedia Manica if you will. When it was in her mid twenty s she met a rising star in the Argentinian government colonel Juan Perron. The two were married nineteen forty-five later, that same year, a military coup of rival army navy officials ousted from office. Determined, to return to power one, entered the presidential race with Eva by his side. Her humble beginnings resonated with the poor and working class people of Argentina. The response was overwhelming. The adoration around Abe propelled want to victory and he took office in June of Nineteen, forty six. While Eva held no official title beyond first lady she quickly began amassing political power having built. So much of the campaign around her connection with the poorest citizens of Argentina, she became the defacto secretary of Labor, as well as the unofficial secretary of health. In these unofficial positions if a secured wage increases for unions, she created the Eva Peron Foundation which established hospitals, schools, elder care facilities, and orphanages all around the country A. To progress the rights of women in Argentina, she was influential in the passage of the women's suffrage legislation in nineteen, forty seven and the subsequent creation of the parents to feminist party in nineteen, forty nine. As her popularity grew to saint like fervor. There were calls for her to run as the vice president alongside her husband in nineteen fifty one. But want an eva ended up not going forward with that plan due to opposition from the Army Davis, growing health concerns in nineteen, fifty, two eva passed away from cervical cancer. She was just thirty three years old. Despite her untimely passing Abbas influence reverberated throughout. Argentina. Devoted followers tried to have her canonized but political opponents were set on removing all symbols of parochialism in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five, one Perron was overthrown and exiled from Argentina. Shortly thereafter, if was embalmed body was stolen. Even. In death, her presence was seen as a threat to her political opponents balanced political power if his remains were eventually returned to Quan Perron who was exiled in Madrid when one passed away nineteen, seventy, four, his third wife Isabel Perron in an attempt to curry favor with the Argentinian working class returned Eva's remains Argentina. They were interred in the presidential. Palace crept. Just two years later, a new government that was hostile to peronism had the bodies removed. In life and in death, Eva was a galvanizing political figure. Her story is memorialized in the award winning musical and later film adaptation of e TAP.

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"quan" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Ghostly

"Okay, you know, I give everybody a reading because everybody came out for reading everybody came for something and you don't want your people to walk away empty-handed. So what I tell them at the beginning of my sansa's is everybody will get a birth. And who's here tonight now if I don't come to you or I don't bring somebody you're looking for then. I want you to tell me who you're looking for. And if I give you a description or identification and it doesn't match don't make it match because that isn't who I have I am going to do my best to please you but I'm going to give you what I have. If I don't have who you're looking for then maybe there's a message coming in you need or whatever. So and then of course we close with a prayer and that's the end of the stick and we sit in the circle. Generally. Yeah well and that's what I was going to ask you and it's so interesting cuz you talked about Zoom is like is there a physical you know certain like super sitting in a circle? Is there a is there a crystal ball? Is there a you know a spirit Lord, you know, what are their values is, you know and and the people a lot of times I do people that are you know that our birth. Very well-versed in this and and have their own investigation teams and they'll bring their instruments in their you know, all their stuff and they set it around and and that's funny that you know, that's fun. I like that but I generally if I'm doing one here, I'll put out what we call trumpets back in the old days. They had trumpets. They were like metal tips told $0.01 and back in the olden days. They used to hold them, you know, you could see them flying in the air. I've never seen one fly around but I will tell you back in two thousand and when did we have the the Quan Tire Talent? Oh two thousand and one two thousand and one right page doesn't yeah..

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Bitcoin Dominance Theory

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoin Dominance Theory

"Let's do what we don't discuss the mock and what's going on because yesterday we did say bitcoin pretty good troy and I'm going to call it a try. It did full through as hyped with the diaper, which was up three point three, six, percent gutter pretty kate levels there, and we are holding above ten thousand, five, hundred I'd like to say a little bit more Gas. Star if you will from bitcoin yesterday, what we closed up a percent, we close at seven to ten, thousand, seven, hundred, ninety full. Now, what does that mean to me? Or. Quite simply put what that means to me as well. It gave a little back didn't amazed. At one stage, we were up roughly tune off set. And we pull back away from those highs. We did. We did come back about one point full percent. We did touch a high of ten, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, three as we saw to approach that eleven thousand dollar mark and I think if we can get through eleven with, we really are starting to look better. It's it's just crawling. is not doing what it did. If you recall back through the end of July twenty seventh paying the mind where we sort eleven percent, we did say some increase volatility back into bitcoin with multiple falls and falls in sixes and that sort of thing percentage moves. It really has slowed up. But It still looks good. It's just a little bit. Now, the real interesting thing that I've found with the market lightly. And I was speaking to my. To the people that were in the live trading full of warning about this. I was looking at the bitcoin dominance. dude look at the bitcoin dominance shots from the top of my list of sudden missile got there and look over the loss and just can't seem on. This particular child doesn't move very much. So when I tell you that too, it's hot out full point one percent that's actually quite a decent move. It doesn't tend to have massive dice big one percent or a big dies won't percent yesterday was one point four percents that was a pretty big die. Bitcoin dominance using up point four percent now. The reason that I bring this up is it's actually important. There's a lot of things that I have saying when it comes to trading crypto. Remotely mostly when Bitcoin Sideways, what we ended up having is will have oats that work. Well, the FI trying to they taste say becomes a really good option. You know we we can short Xiv we can go along against that market. We'd leverage with spot we tend to say some really good moves. But at the moment. It's not sort of being the case we saw Bitcoin at ten thousand hanging around there and we we really didn't have a great deal of good trends. We did which the spark a big move but like a site spock's moves like they weren't exactly what I was, you know what I considered to be optimal trading conditions. So at the moment. Yes know looking at a A. Little, bit perplexed by what's happening. It's almost like a different dynamic is coming in. Now the dynamic that we haven't had of light has been bitcoin really having a good move member. If you around back in two thousand seventeen, typically ALZ would go up and the money would come and go back into bitcoin and bitcoin within takeoff and it would be a bit say so it was only for. For six months. Leading up until December period. Now. That's the only thing that we haven't seen really strong bitcoin words. The tykes back the throne and so does his hang on, hang hang on bitcoin ongoing now it's GonNa move. Have it saying that? Will we see that will full but it's just a theory on putting at sharing my thoughts on what's going on what I'm saying out there in the mock would damn point seven percent currently on. Bitcoin. At ten, thousand, seven, hundred, ten. The theory looking a lot weaknesses will show when I go through this. You'll say the ALZ even the top ten or thereabouts of have really had a bit of lead been lacking. Three point five percent down was a theorem yesterday. That's what it closed that closing at three sixty full one full and it's now down one point five, three, fifty, eight, point, six, two. So it looks more Barrington bullish except play fish that down one point nine percent today so far has sparked low that were twenty three point eight cents yesterday was down one percents and nothing too drastic yesterday as a matter of fact, the selling in exile place it'll happened to Hoffa now around that open time ten I am we we did say come off quite significantly good two and a half three percent at one stage it has since bounced back on Bitcoin cash now. Yesterday, it was up four percent today. It is down two point eight percent giving back where twenty, eight, point, four, five, and again looking pretty average their lot Quan as well. Yesterday, it closed down one point, six percent of forty eight dollars and thirty three cents. A pretty average looking shot needs to get about fifty dollars really. Could we setting high potential to push US hi through that it's forty seven dollars and seventy one cents at the moment base via up by one percent closing at one, sixty, five, seven, three. With down two percent at one sixty two right now and not much going on there either car down rolling over quite nicely. This could be potential opportunity for shorting on those lower timeframe. So they sitting at nonsense down two and a half percent yesterday closing three point six

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"quan" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"All maybe you got your your brother teacher. Will Yeah where do they follow you? Yeah you you you're the handler. Gopher. All, hourly care. Lancet took post. Is Giving the people get your own. Dot E dot. Kids. Trying search search got the people people have pranks you go on their, they're popular I mean. Funny Guy. I is mine is like screw you? I can't wait to go. Second PORTA now. Know I both you're great together and I have this this too. I mean I. I play you to have a great relationship. I would sad if you guys decided to leave each other for God but No No. Yeah Anyway I. Lay I. Hope You have a wonderful. Resi week in Nexen Emmy. This good best walk on on school and You keep in touch with you. No one ever flakes on you. Again ever everyone I don't know unlike flake or your next podcast. I know talking to people saying come and then. They'll still happen they happened like five times or I'm expecting. Someone say Oh. Yeah. I'll definitely make and then I'll await in the zoom chaffeur lake forty five minutes ago. Wait though they're not coming then two hours later like Oh sorry niles hanging out I mean to do. That means you weren't interested. Are you disturbed all sometimes it's an honest mistake I mean. Never now. So I I I haven't even. This person but I mean, you know whoever's available? I'm definitely grateful for that. So it again, it's no big deal at all and there is a bird right out there but actually the thing is regarding that I was able to occupy myself because yes I am a nerd. So I I, Love Gaming I there was the the games kind Don't you? Don't you get excited about games now. Like. matches like E. More thing. Will I mean it's not nobody's going well, nobody should go to credential anyway. Yeah but I mean I mean it's like You know they feel games that you can play later I mean they got they got the new playstation fives. I mean I'll be cool. That'd be. Yeah definitely. Anyway. You you have a wonderful time as I said. Yeah you're awesome..

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Trump's Postmaster General DeJoy will testifies before Congress

Morning Edition

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Trump's Postmaster General DeJoy will testifies before Congress

"Lewis to Joy testifies before Congress Today he is sure to be questioned about just how he is changing the U. S Postal Service. Joy has already promised to suspend his plans until after the election, but still faces concern about male delays and mail in ballots. That is especially the case in states where the vote may be close. Such as Pennsylvania, where NPR's Jeff Brady is based. Just about every summer. For more than two decades, Nancy Rothwell and her family have rented a vacation house at the Jersey Shore. This was the first year she ran into a problem with the mail. The realtor contacted me after about two weeks. And said, Hey, where is your money? And I said, What are you talking about? I mailed it in July. Sir, usually takes just a few days for mail to travel 80 miles from Roth Wells, Philadelphia suburb to the shore town. Fortunately, the check arrived, but just barely in time, three weeks from now. Tell him village to Ocean City, New Jersey is like ridiculous. The Postal Service declined to comment for this story. It referred NPR TOE. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy's announcement that cost cutting measures will be suspended until after the election to joy says the agency will be ableto handle whatever volume of election mail it receives. But postal service unions are not convinced. John Gibson is president of the National Postal Mail Handlers Union. Local 30 Wait, which covers Delaware. Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He says. Giant mail sorting machines that have already been removed aren't coming back. The trend facility took out 60 VCs machines, which sorts mail there not being returned. They're just not going to perceive with removing the other three. The loss of those machines now is a concern, says Gibson, because they also sort mail in ballots because of the pandemic. New Jersey is mailing ballots to everyone, and Gibson thinks not having these machines will slow down processing. Times. The steps that have been taken initially by the postmaster general have led to the slowing of the mail deliveries. No doubt about it. Ohio is another politically important state this election and at least one case, they're postal workers say equipment they thought would just be unplugged and covered with a tarp was instead dismantled and stored outside exposed to the elements. Ensuring it can't be used again. On top of these changes. Union official Gibson says the Corona virus pandemic also has slowed mail delivery. He says absenteeism among his members was up to 50% in spring, he says that's improving and has been cut in half. Still, even with change is suspended and workers coming back. Some voters like Yumi Kwan near Philadelphia are losing confidence that the Postal Service can ensure their votes will be counted and I going to get my mail in ballots on time. If I mail my ballots really get there on time. Voting is important to Quan. She's not a fan of President Trump, who won Pennsylvania four years ago by a narrow margin. With the Corona virus. She doesn't want to risk missing election day. Like if I get physically sick and I have to be hospitalized, I will not be able to go and vote. She signed up for a mail in ballot but has decided it will be best to deliver it in person. Jeff

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"quan" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"But. I'd say an in person perfect person because always say that because. One is, is the fact that is is. People sometimes. Athletes or pedestal but you know they were we were far to do all that. But we're still people as well and we still. Have things we deal with, but just that constant pursuit of. Growth getting better failed in so. Bringing. Everyone along that journey of. Constant growth and last night lease really the most important. Bringing someone might plan and hope is to go to heaven is meeting someone there that I helped get there. There's really sure is what is about and I think you think about all the things are the ways that I try to. That's really what it boils down to your IB. Why are we on this earth? What is our Burgers I've read purchaser like three times in what is what is mine? There's times signs thought it was were bangs and the funny thing is if you get to know me. I'm not GonNa just come you were you use act like you're not going to be sitting there and I'm GonNa throw all these things. I mean no way more services never magic. From a conversation perspective is a good buddy of mine's and got him and his wife super well and. Tasks Arabia as his individual last night is okay. Is Believable. It's A, never. Really. Had A conversation were by. Through more conversation actually did our little conversation about it but. I tell you what I don't know what I do know. By the way, he adds his personality in where he treat people in the mindset of we you know in our friendship. Whether he goes to church every Sunday are not his a church because by the way he treats people it's funny are ugly world especially I'm so anti bully. It's amazing. Everywhere we the use a lot less muscles of smile than Brown yet. So many people still choose around so I really want to be. A not, a big status quo. Dear, I wanted to go after everything that. Seems to be weirdly more easy but is not necessarily right into the said. So I I like challenges manolete competition and one can be to be different. For opposed to. Following down that path out of. Dehumanisation or bullying or eight four. Is Not. Necessarily big. Hey I'm talking little stuff just beaming known so. been nothing else I want to be somewhat of a a bright spot in everybody's tough dame's in on. So that's Kinda my two cents on what I hope to be known as. Counter remembered as when I'm long gone. Thing. Well brother. I would say you well on your way and I know this you will always be no now as Texas tied that's for sure. I mean national champion. That's what. You're in Texas time because you've been on about podcasts. Grow. Both another notch. Well Hey Quan cosby brother I am. So I go again though John Atkins so much for bring us together Thank you if I can ever replay or repay the favor anyway and by the way. Chill your pastor. Phillips Craig and Dean Their Their version of revelation song is my favorite version, your God alone my girls grew up on that and I actually got to see them live. My daughter's deny gosh, was probably around two, thousand, five, six, they came to to greenacres in tyler one of my favorite concerts of all time. So you had he has a huge fan and then I'm GonNa, look to you to make him a Texas tight and he'll be do that I would love to have passer on here. Bamberg at. Thank you so much I. Appreciate you taking the time today. Doing this important. Leah your listeners out there. But. Hopefully, all gains not ever found. Jason Unbelievable job is would have a conversation on break brandon. If we do a lot more than I think, all of these other things will they'll started to manage so. My brother. To get together my next time in. East. Texas. These pictures. Come on come on a love it. Much Squad Hey folks. Thank you so much for joining me on this episode of Texas Titus podcasts. Texas by media production lease..

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"quan" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Do this. Is. Not, think that's where because. And also, it's weird and you can paint grown up in mark growth in sulphur springs. I think that people perceive not that it's perfect by any means. Okay. So please listener don't think I'm saying that all racial harmony in Texas for sure. was in the seventies and eighties whatever I was growing up. But at the same time, you mentioned his kids I mean we didn't think about you know we we we grew up on sports teams together We hung out I think it's much different in the south than a lot of people even realize. So I think that if we could just take the good pieces of our relationships and bring them forward I think we would I think we'd ended up in a lot of the ways away. My daughters who are not seen in twenty and spencer buys was on the podcast awhile back and he'd been a guest introduced to me by John Atkins by the way. For John. And Spencer. been on just talking to me as a business executive a leader somebody who's just he's a phenomenal guy. and. Then he reached back out to me like I mentioned to you think on the phone that the day that he said, Hey, you know with all going on both of us, our dads of daughters but. Would you want to do another show and us just kind of talk about let's just show people what it looks like to to have you know friends have a conversation how we're handling this is. It one of the things that. I'm most concerned about I mean look this had to happen. Okay. All the stuff we're going against birth pangs. Change and learning and discipline is just like as an athlete there is no such thing as an easy workout that's going to be effective rifles doesn't work out that way. But our daughters who are similar age they. They have they don't grow up they didn't grow up the way even probably we did thinking there was really any difference. It's just that's my friend. That's not my black Fran that's just my friend Oh and by the way black. That's why it's all spencer like like again, t quad I'll tell you the same thing. Tell Spencer if. If you lived in tyler our kids would probably hang out. You'd probably live in my neighborhood and it wouldn't even be a thing that's not the way it is in also economic levels. That's not the way it is in all parts of the country but. I think if we can take that in grow from it, and another thing that you said that I think is so important. Is We tend to generalize we grew people but if we would just stop for a minute in those moments where we're hearing the national news and we're getting really angry about what this group is doing and what this group is doing and stock go wait a minute. Let's go back to my conversation with my Buddy Kwan. Okay. Now it's on. Now I can view through the prism of that's a group of a bunch of individuals. That's same thing with you know hope you say it takes a wait a minute. Let, me just think about the conversation and the heart of my my buddy Jason and what he said and. I think if we would all get more to a place like that of. Controlling our mind remember what's real not be manipulated. Right. Just work on a local of do not let the anger the hate from either side, drive your reactions again that goes back to the whole deal on stoic philosophy. Like David Gog and said you can't hurt me on the same way you. You can't offend me I can only allow you to offend me you can't hurt me. I can only allow you on only her and that's a STOIC. Seneca, who basically said that you're not here who is something to the effect of your only harmed when you decide you are the Hollywood you decide is something's harm. Up to you and so I, think if we could just take that in and realize what you have realized Kwan that there is a bigger picture, you're changing trajectory of of generations you're you're you're being God he said, you are being the change you want to see and brother. I commend you for that I hope that that message rings through to this audience and beyond because I think it's the only way that we we heal is through that realization that we have a lot of work to do to do but like you said just be mindful. Especially, again, now I know not everybody listening to this as a believer. And that's understand but even you take that out of the equation there still a lot of other things you know maslow's hierarchy of needs applies to every human being regardless of their race, their their their or anything of that nature, and so we could just respect that I think we'll get a lot further. Is. Allegra agree and appreciate those come boards. where? Man is amazing. Twenty twenty, we're still. Holds. Stop. But yeah, you know and again we we notice we would've oral. But to your point how we treat each other shared certainly that Imperfect that that we're still dealing with and. Caring for one another should. Should be a debate absolutely will listen it's Saturday, and this has been I man i. Am so glad I. Know You. I call you friend you know. Brother and anything I can ever do to repay this. But one of the things that I like to ask my guests and I think you're a perfect. person to pose this question to just from listeners the what you've lived your life man in the legacy that you have already written man is so impressive. So an seven and Stephen. Covey's seven habits of highly effective people. There's a portion of the book where. He tells you okay. You know imagine you're walking on the street and you hear music and it's coming from a building and you look over and it's coming from a church. So you walk in and realized your funeral. And you walk up to the cast and you realize you are at your funeral life is over. Take close the book in which I'm really bad about this when the author tells me to close the book and do something I never do it I keep reading. That I'm reading. But because I was reading another book vision hearing by Andy Stanley, he brought this up. was like, okay, I will actually do the exercising Steven Covey told me to do it i. didn't have any Stanley's telling me to do it because of the book I'm going to do it. Twice And a question he poses is. What do you want to? How did you want to be remembered when it's all said and done so That's my question for you Quan as someone who during this vapor, this very brief brief notch on the trajectory of eternity you've done so many things. Well, you've achieved so much of all those things when you when you just break it all down. What do you want set about you? How do you want to be remembered I? got a Jacuzzi you told me a bit. yes. Yes. I'll be thinking about that a lot and and you said before our will sell it. So that's one. Well here I want to I want to tell the list or because I have meditated on that when I told Quan I just read this quote by Kato. During this because we've talked a lot about statues in America right now and Kato said. Rather than be someone who a statue was built to. I want to be a man who people ask why one was never built in other words. If our life that people go wi with if they build a statue for that got, why would they not have built one for that guy so anyway, that's the quote that. Is is. So awesome and I talked about it again last night. But the Oh really it was only on. What I would. I'd go to with. In my opinion as we show. Fortunately discourse and.

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08:13 min | 1 year ago

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"And I know. especially on kind of black. Civil Rights movement April said it back in the day. The most segregated time America's high noon on Sunday morning Sunday morning and so I guess the problem I truly do because you're talking about everything we believe in as British people right and I told you the day is buried verse you're not really doing why In my opinion guide plans for his people because. God created US treated exactly like I am Yep. So people get like that like, oh, not like person. Brown. Burston white person whatever God creation that changes so much and so I actually I go to life Austin is not about nine hundred, zero Christian charge but his soon worse I would say I that. But not really is probably seven percent why Third and everything else, and so we have a really really. Good at all Black Church in Austin as well and some of the church members like where do you go to George in Ouagadougou offering like whoa. You know great. Andre family you can be valuable in our church and you know we actually celebrate black history month and then got a comment and I was like gathers. True. But. How can I ever make change? How can I ever give? Someone else out of the black race to see me as a human as human as. Way More similarities and differences in them if I just mile race. As not to mention. Holidays mother-in-law's white. Some of that is very much. One of my favorite people not in the beginning, but I was taking our daughter. But now we're great and she is amazing. She's grow. You know she was an interracial couple and she still advocate I'm so passionate about everyday growth everyday going the bulls you're talking about bowl the book I'm reading right now you can't hurt me as the. Beverly. Dogs. Is, and so growth it is. I don't know it all and I want to grow their things I'll have conversations with mal man because here I am you know thirty seven and I've had my life experiences with know prejudices but. He grew up in ever Gatien I'm like Oh my gosh how did you do that right and so on. So many levels I just felt like if people would dive into first and foremost spiritually secondly. Brennan Different Times, you know to your point of saying there's a positive think news move with the unfortunate. Incident with George because despite is like. We can and see what what was happening, what was on that video and anybody in my opinion with a true heart can't see that in not be moved by it, and so we I think weirdly you have. But at the same time, I, don't I think you need an imperfect individual because of this world is so imperfect to make some change to get people to in I think that was the modern day, Selma Happened in the bridge happen. Of course from timing you know you add. John a congressman. John. Lewis Lewis. As crazy who've ass away I think when that was televised, it changed so many hearts in when you see it as I think we live in a OUTTA sight Outta mind perspective and when you see you're like, Whoa, maybe this is really what what's what's up and so but then you fast forward to just misinformation you see in today's time via social media via these by forms. Even Google. Is Getting real conversation meeting real people humanizing it and knowing that no raises perfect. But. Less word to treat. People. My Word is pace of life is. I don't know when. People stop. Caring. About. People. In that is the thing that keeps me up at night that you know I really am a personal experience tack Dude. I'm not I I actually tried my best prime myself on not judging because I've been judged so much and I go in and my immuno there's been bad situations. You Know Bill Cosby I have the luxury to meet him any, and all the bad stuff that has been said he's in jail and all of that. I have these super crazy torn moments where my personal experience with him he gave me. Insane. MENTOR SHIP LEVEL ADVICE ABOUT Being a good husband Bene-. Good Hair. Watching out for people who will be out to get you in. That's so weird and especially later on with all the stuff that happened I was like, was he saying it trying to do as I do as I say not as I do. All these crazy things I'm still super cool with it within his daughters. So I've had these weird kind of told them. Technical. More moments of life where it just doesn't make sense but I go off personal experience and and I pray that those situations did not operated. If they davies, you know change in east forgiven and so that's the way I travelled my life. I know I'm far from perfect so I really go about trying to get people to just listen. Grow, but bigger than anything is is amazing. I think it's way more simple than watch kids. Here's those either south grew up they love each other I. I grew up play t-ball at five years old and nobody thought about it. Right exactly. Just wanted to go. Cleveland our friends and so at that point were starting to be taught in the by starting to happen how do we do all? We can answer Dr Diminish that. People, as equals in Libor cordless sorry on there but that's. The. Crazy peace. That's the vast version of how we go about addressing. Well. But it's beautiful because you just you started out with something that has been on my heart for a long time as a believer you know in that it's crazy because. You know as. As believers it I agree with you. If we just start from the premise because look I mean growing up in the south up in Texas most it's pretty conservative whites and the black community is that they love Jesus and and so those conservative whites they they at least they professed a love Jesus and those blacks that might be on the other side of town like you say, you know Sunday we both love Jesus so we just started there and go hey, you know let's start there that we both have this the the most fundamental and most impactful the biggest part of our lives we agree upon. Right. And we just let everything else go from there of always thought that would be such a phenomenal starting place for the fact that you bring that up is so profound secondly as it relates to it, going back to you talking about meeting the guys from Australia the Dominica everywhere else. Okay. I think we kind of This is Jason Rights perspective. But I think we kind of do diversity celebration backwards. I think that if we I If I look at all the things we have in common. To search we start there like you. We have a friend in a John Atkins. That's what we have in common. We both have some background in you know some challenges in childhood sports it so that that gives us some common ground. And then that makes you know both of our hearts, not only more open, more interested in those differences if we just start out beating each other over the head with yeah. But you don't understand I was.

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08:06 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Yes. Without a doubt that again dion has kills. Boat was amazing at boats sports, yet young the best way he was all-star. He was a pro bowler. He was a running back which for one this is just again have. So brutal back in those days run game is not the spray itself to see now he was used as he was your cleanup here. Like he was the. Own to total. Sports in we know how different they are. Yeah. He's showed up and he just bawled out in is an to your point. Then every the time Bono's hell on Earth I. Think an hour in very buys he made Nike Oh. Absolutely. Really Nike is now go back in the day his artem, his success Turkey tour, and his marketing ability to the next level. Without without the without the Bo Jackson without the Bono's campaign there is no air. Jordan I mean that's they realized that you know knock you relies through through bow that. If we find a world class athlete and we hit we hit. That wagon we can go and that's what that's where he started the model ask the. Campaign. So any of the listeners because I've got, you know the audiences anywhere from their twenties to their to their sixties new younger folks if you go youtube the Bono's commercials and then just go not see what so until the thirty for thirty special on Bo? Jackson. came out I had never I I had never seen him play baseball at Auburn ever I never watched any of the films Dude I mean, he was just stupid at. Dog. Who played against him? Yeah They said. The third for thirty didn't do justice really. They said they played against him and. They talked about him hitting the ball of the moon and all this they said, no, no no this was normal. You said he would walk up there individuals like. This the thing. He. Had not quite beyond. But he was a four three guys go get Raleigh if he high chopper ball he's safe. Yes. Oh. So he didn't hear off you know a building two miles down the road, but he also can hit it in the gap you view diving getting you're not gonNA get him. It was. The level and the caliber athlete he was was just unbelievable and yes he he's my top. Is Say because I feel like now that I'm older and you see different sports and all that. So it's really hard to say which one is the goat, but he's for me personally here's the best. Yeah, and again, that will never make all ain't never made you know. Because injury but he's the best I've ever seen in my life and I agree it's as. And from everything you hear from those that are in his kind of peripheral his life just a good and decent man. You don't you. I mean, you know good businessman. Story to that I got insanely lucky. So. Migrating had cancer, and so I've. been kind of live strong brand was really popular and all of that. They had a huge gala in. In Austin, at the Convention Center and so I attended are just supporting and been from Austin Nali above. And I I look across the way. And I was like you've jot to be and there was a lot of folks they're just. On what's man from Oklahoma that boat ran over bribe's word. Bombs there. Earl Campbell. It was just a WHO's who. was. This Bo Jackson Again I. I try my best to be pretty cool in these situations. Been Blessed. Try to stay out of Eli Feline over there and patiently waited in line because there's people that were talking to limited life for their and finally. I guess like. Names Quan. Larry stuck with baseball. Because of you and just start telling them and I started talking to you know Kinda lie things. I've read about them all that and he was like man, that's really cool that bemis lot and so we started talking about talking about Auburn we start talking about his passions and and can start his wife because I believe she was from Hawaii and this guy came up. And he just got Bo is serving it. You see I'm talking while in that attention he gave me a we talked for probably fifteen more minutes he will. Up The people around saw that things are none of them bothered him it is kind of smiled and. Our. The, one of the most proud I was like you are everything I see sure athletic ability but your attention in Kennels Raymundo I was going to the Lido zones stuff like that. But that is who years it's gone principle for Specter and how he were in like you said from a sports standpoint how that goes with you. Your, entire life discipline all the above. We man I got a thirty minute conversation with Bo Jackson and still to this day it was one of. Those ones are sticking. It was one of the coolest things I think I have ever been part of and and done to my life. So that's who he is. So that was my one interaction with Bo. Jackson, and he made me feel like I was the only person that Man, that is so cool. It see that's the thing it's like him. Barry Sanders. Roger Starbuck Tony Dorsett Tony. I mean I. I was the same way with the I allies if I'm in a room with celebrities or whatever I try my best to not out of respect for them applause. idolize another guy. To be cool but. I was at a It was a navy seal legacy Jenner charity deal where you know really cool people show up and it was right after Tony. Has Been diagnosed with his brain. Brain disease. IRS neurological disease whatever actual medical term is. I think it was like the week of was at this deal and man, it was kind of same thing. I never go up to celebrities but is went up to him and I was like you know, Mr. Doorstep, because I grew up as a little kid, you know. Touched I mean he was you know touchdown. Tony D. and. To thank you for the way you're always represented Texas and the cowboys and and we need it's crazy guys like that, and that's why I wanted to spend some time on Bo Jackson because he stays so out of the spotlight but for the thirty for thirty, you're not gonNA. Hear from Bo Jackson. He's not really going to show up tore set. You're not going to hear from him these guys they stay. So quiet and it's just it's. I like to bring out the fact that there's guys like that. That are just so full of class in such good examples of how of how you conduct yourself on the field, and then in the afterlife of the Sports Glow, which Kinda is a perfect segue into Cada. What you're doing now tell me what that's been like making the transition because you have had some just a novel success as I mean, yeah, a pro athlete intuitive sports. Probably. The most memorable national championship if not ever certainly in the in Texas in our in our state's history, you know it just it's it's ranks up there. With. All the top ones ever in my lifetime. So. What is it like transitioning into the business world where again I mean your competitive nature, your intelligence.

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07:10 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Just I know. I to this day remember whenever I would see that I thought. Okay. First of all, it's not really wanted to drugs, but the bottom line is if they're making that big of a deal of it, it must be really bad for me so I can do that it was as simple for me and so. What was whenever you were in those moments especially as young as you were mad talking about breaking generational curses I'm with you on that and so for you to have cognitively process that it's such an early age that it's not just a Quan cosby thing. This is a generational thing that you're taking a stand to take a different path not only for you but for the generations to come after you brother I commend you I applaud you because that is. Aren't even aware that their actions are just patterns that have been passed on generation after generation somebody has to put a flag in the ground or stake in the ground and say, no more note we're changing trajectory this family. Take me back there too. So maybe a moment or something where you were faced with okay. I'm feeling a pressure to go this way but I'm going to take a stand for the good of myself now in the future to do something different and kind of how you process that, where did that come from or was he just divide intervention? Was it just you kind what was that? That through things said one, you had the luxury at a young age to go on sides of the tracks and I think that's a huge. Foreign like you said now you understand how big that is in life absolute. One of my good friends that we actually had dinner last night with pastor. Randy. Love San and octavius Bishop. He always man the world will be a little bit better stages invite more people that look. That doesn't look like them to dinner. About breaking bread that changes perceptions of. Fast, forward to. Go Sports Guy that's how I use force analogies and I watched film. You know it's amazing. Even at a young age my my dad was was jailed for twenty years my biological Dad's in jail for twenty years. I brother who went to jail for eight and like you said, it started in juvenile in it happen later on and really. I would watch them and it is a combination of pain. I think it was like really kinda three layers of pain because of the domestic issues with my dad never wanted to do that never two million years wanted to. Cause harm on kids or you know a woman like he did and then boom him going in and out of jail all that that wrong and then my brother doing lot of things that he did you know that Kinda going down that path that eventually led him to jail. Then the divine piece of combination of mentors all of this you know as a funny you say we have things in common I have the same thing. I teachers that I'll run into now especially the. Socially Evatt forms or whatever award. Really. Getting the Noel Sorry Negra talk, but the and they'll say. I'm so happy you chose a different path because so many is a small town very well, Ronin football allow really good athletes yet I want a different route and I think it has everything to do with that. This teacher told me. No idea I was young and super. Young. Probably early middle school she said, do you remember what he told me? I was like? Come on now for snapchat. But. She said what you told me Monday going back to the competing with girls in the class. The paper I wrote like a twelve page paper and there was a competition between our never forget carry courage and remember the competition. But I ended up writing the longer paper. You know thinking one or she actually met heartbreakers papers better but longer. Just, do that. Because I don't want to be a statistic. And at that age I'm thinking within even know about that. Yeah I don't know what I came across. I don't know what I watch in to your point about they're just say no the Morrison's dare in Harlem number like nothing nothing they like this is your brain. This is your brain on drugs. That's right. I was like Oh my God. What so those little things and I think you say? What make us do something a little bit different I think is life in general. You know people here but are they truly listening and I think at a young age? We kind of have this inherent thing to sit back and listen a little bit more to sit back and not just listen but apply. Faith without works is dead, we put to action. What. We actually pay attention to not that we were perfect lovell but we actually chose Moore's house not to listen to that little man said, yeah you know better than that. Let's do different and also. I was. Getting superport didn't get the things but I wanted to be liked and I wanted to be cared for so I stole one time from the store and it was go. To Patches. And I'm ready to take into the school and giving it to people they were so happy all allows has really cool. Remember walking had another pack animals like. Actually I. Didn't get anything out of that. And the other package are launched, which product the domestic taxes I launched it into according to fail. Ever. WanNa do that again. And so it was a little things like that it just it would eat at you or you know. Just. Again, watching film saying you know that's just not me. I want to do it other ways your I want to figure out a way to, and I I eat Kudos you by the way for being the first in your family to get the college degree my oldest brother. was actually the first to get it. He got it at Howard Payne University and then I, was the second and now we have double digit folks within our families via cousins mob my twin went to Baylor. But he didn't finish a regressive is day but Yeah. So you WanNa talk about that perspective of how a couple of my mom at the time didn't finish high school went back allergy to as three s at when it got their associates, my cousins graduated. Your race of age in C see in all the above so. That little timeframe change the entire. Outlook, of my biological family like no other. So Yeah, I've certainly aware of that and super. Pride for proud of my little hometown family who have done a lot in that space man that is so awesome and one of the things that you just made me think of their couple things one is you know often we hear..

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Texas Titans Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"Because so many kids play these select sports in all that stuff i. Never did any of that pro baseball football. So also we add the garbage man of ability you match whatever choices and disciplined in and work out in some cases and so really. The fire and then you gotta Can Sports, and really I was such an introvert because of my home situation and didn't really get out much. But if people start showing me love sounds like madness is cool on down for that and then I get to high school that happens even more and then I had some teachers and educators. One of the reasons I'm such a huge education in educator advocate are they said, hey, man you actually this thing may take you to college. You should do that my head coach at coast there my lifelong mentors and brands said, the same thing is like you is not stop here for you. You have a chance to really make a difference in and make some changes in your life your family. So really it started there. With tough situations is is unfortunately but amazing the amount of struggles that people have that really you know. Motivate them and I really am I that I arenas but now talking about motivation and. Motivation because it was Dr that drives them to. Because it becomes a lifestyle that drives them to do something different and then just. Fell in love with education I, love a convenient. So you can't necessarily play against women in football, but we were a class of forty four. That was so super close. So my way to compete with the the ladies in girls in our class was. In Education. So I started making all as I was trying to beat them with GPA. Of course, you do all this and that actually helps you in every phase. So then you get to college man in well, I guess I went to baseball I I was drafted by the angels and chose that and it was awesome in an amazing experience in being. Of course a little small town taxing meet Dominican Cuban Haitian Mexico I'm like what is going on? So many things that that I grew at. Know, the world a little bit better and I fell in love with that. But I told at this time I was adopted. So I told my guardian that if I didn't negative MLB by within five years, go back to school because he was huge again that caused degree in new that long term what it was doing for me. So I get my word with that I went back to ut more were in gave me a scholarship and I that we won a national championship did all the things there and it was it was cool and and really your point of it becoming a lifestyle. I track out because in in the day of social media. Now are the first thing. Someone wants Iraq on on I caught sometimes bully these young young people in sports are in college is all don't wind about something. You're just a spoiled athlete. You're just you know this and I'm like last I checked they were just rolling in neighborhoods handing out scholarships as right as you have too early to work extremely hard. You have to try your best, not not perfect at least make enough right choices so that you don't derail that opportunity and when you get to college. You're. Box o'clock in the morning, which is why journal contract still gets up way earlier than the needs to and you're going to work out to go to lift weights. Then you're going to class by eight o'clock using British ride to a god Ben, you're going back to watch film and then you're practicing in your study all seven. So that level of discipline is really how I get most especially the championship level guys that I've played with or against That's how we're wired and so you you take that. That's all you know. You take that in the business might go every day I work for Marshall Clinton, which is commercial insurance I do. Part Time Job for University of Texas. And more common ambassador type things are mentor ship things with the student athletes and you just know how to work my my goal is our work everyone. On every level, and of course, all these decisions, all these things. Led by prayer at, that's you talk about. The. Proverbs twenty, seven seventeen that that piece of it is funny. How they all parallel in a really in sports I said all the time. If only our world would go to a real chairmanship level locker room man wanted the diversity to see the way we love each as the way we cut for each other as far as like yeah man. I didn't argue my brother always by the way we argue in locker rooms. Agree about everything. So quick. We have each other's back were compensation is oh man that's really a a little bit of paint a picture of that timeframe in what Moore's me to what I try to be try to do now you know in life. Man There's so much there. There is so much there and you not have a lot more common than I realized. So similar situation you know I was a first generation college graduate. Football Scholarship and the only way I was going to go anywhere other than East Texas State University and Commute back and forth to silver springs was to go on a football scholarship in so and and I had a unique situation in that. From one week to the next I would kind of go from the right side of the tracks to the wrong side of the tracks based on where my mom lived and where my dad his family lived in. So I got. I got the what I now consider it the time I was completely naive to it that I was hanging out with kids that were getting the free lunch is one week and then hanging out with the other kids the next I just did I didn't pay attention to I was talking to someone yesterday saying you know I would go spend the night with friends who were living in rent houses, their dads like roofers and mechanics. Their MOMS were clerks. But I didn't know the difference and I thank God for those opportunities that I had to see you know kind of again a broad get a broader worldview. And one of the things that my schoolteachers because you know. Again. You know I look back on my childhood with fauna. So I don't want any I want everybody clear. You know I had but there were some challenges like you said, there were some some challenges. I saw some things at a young age that. Made some very bad decisions. In fact, I have a I have a half brother that who I love but I don't have relationship with because he has spent the better part of his life and not just a life I think since his early teens in and out of prison. Due to two bad choices. So I had the opportunity to go a different route I went in that. Thanks to my to my dad and good influences. In my life I, I took a different path but I remember teachers in particular. You mentioned teachers and stuff used to come up to me and say you know it's so good. You turn out the way you did and I didn't know what they meant. No but for me is kind of what I want to dig into because. I for me Kwon If. You can crack the code on why people choose one pass versus the other I mean there's we all know what the right decision was. The wrong decision you know we win heroin no it. But what makes people take that that wrong road for me when people would tell me surprised you turn out the way you did it. It's fortunate that you did like what are talking about the other you're given a choice in live like for instance I brought this up before. I don't know if you remember in your, you're younger than I am but during the Reagan administration they came up with the say, no campaign you know to keep kids off drugs big green badges.

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05:23 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"The trooping ladder is a documentation a repository when you WANNA call it still a little nugget of what I'm trying to do to improve always in all ways. If you know anything about me at all, you know I am a self improvement self education fanatic, and so what I decided to his to compile a lot of the things that I'm experimenting with and I'm trying and putting them into this newsletter to share with you those of you. Who have subscribed and giving me feedback on how you have adopted some of the habits I cannot tell you what that means to me. If you have not subscribed, please check it out. It's at Jason Right. Now Dot Com it is free I do not share your email address. I'm not trying to sell you anything what I will do is give it to you. You take what you like and use it or just be entertained. I try to keep I, keep it light I try to give some things in there such as details on intermittent fasting things on fitness experimenting with as far as different workouts, and that sort of thing, as well as things I'm doing for. Things that I'm doing for brain acuity. So check it out a really really think you'll enjoy it. I'm having fun with. So please check it out the Ba- trivia letter at Jason Right now dot com. Thanks. Okay Quan Cosby Good Morning Sir. Jason Aright. So I am so excited to have you here and I gotTa tell you. You are now at least second, maybe third Texas Titan that has come on his show by way of our friend John Atkins. So I think we both a Jain, a great deal of gratitude for for connectedness I. Know I do man because I'm so grateful you're here. So I, really appreciate. It man all say when of course, we talk the Radio John is very special to me to you and a lot of people out there. I'm not surprised at all that he's done such a good job one get folks. On here and not that this is talking about myself but John Typically hangs around with people. So it's He really does an arena and you you mentioned they're hanging around good people. That's one of the things I've been so fortunate and I consider blessed by a lot of the people that have come on the podcast she no, it's. Iron sharpening iron tots thing and and that's those are the guests that that I brought on their their their people that we meet through this little Lark of a project that I was telling you about starting to call the titans podcast and I've made some lifelong friends and. Certainly. Certainly. Include you in that category brothers a thank you so much again for being here. I appreciate that, of course, my second favorite scripture charring. I love it similar you love to grow loved me many people of evil in general of course, my first proverbs three, five and six by both album in that. At. The correlate to a certain degree. But Yeah, John is certainly one of those should sharply a lot of iron around as if they did not of course in ut family. So much of. Well. You know it's good too because you'll be happy to know that it's funny because I kind of keep track of all the former southwest conference. Participants that are on the and it's weird because. The Red? Raiders. Are showing up all over the podcast but now the the guys catching up. So now I've got a former ut star in you coming on actually had Kevin Hilltop the current chair, the regents he was working very. Yep Absolutely. Exactly. So let's get into it. Quite I. Mean I guess the best way for this to start is in just a t this up. What I love About your story is that one? You know you were an incredibly you still are incredibly talented athlete but I'm sure but you know you play the highest level I mean if you go to ut I mean that's a preview for the NFL you played in nfl but then you've done something not all professional athletes are able to do. You have transitioned into the business world. You've found success there, and so what I really want to bring this audience when with any of my guess is. What are those things that you've found that you chew execute on that? Made you successful on but then the disciplines inhabits habits that have helped you continue on in your success through business you know the kinds of principles that made you a great ballplayer dam. Sure. You now use the business world it just kind of you know kind of tease those out and we'll see where it goes from there. But with that man talk to us a little bit about your upbringing. So of those habits that developed an early age, we'll just go from there. And that's it has to start there because the really I mean super small town, arouse avoid, go mark and It was a little rough early on a pretty poor our upbringing domestic largest trouble times. So ultimately, if you want to know what led that fire, it was that. I really was. Just. So laser focus on changing the norms of our family. Changing my situation changing unfortunately the cycle that have been on for so many of my family members so I got to the seventh grade is actually it's funny.

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Peaceful protesters support Black Lives Matter across US

The Vegas Take

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Peaceful protesters support Black Lives Matter across US

"Quan let's talk a little bit about these black lives matter protests I believe that the majority of the people in BLM just want equality I believe they want to be treated better as a whole by law enforcement I totally understand that I believe the right I believe a lot of people on fox news want to portray these BLM protesters as anti police as horrible human beings are all causing riots throat causing havoc I just simply disagree with that I think the majority of these people are good people what do you say I couldn't agree more I gotta tell you so I live in Washington DC so I the protests here are almost now like an annual trek for church groups for children's groups people want to take pictures and you know there's a area near the White House where the mere painted black lives matter on the street it is so peaceful in general now they have had some outburst at night and I think you're seeing people gather there who are educators and I feared there a lot of homeless people in a lot of people looking for some trouble whatever but when we talk about the protest and the idea that people were upset by the George Floyd case upset by what happened I guess doubly so with and offering some of these others people are simply rising up and saying to the government and to the authorities we've got to have a change here this is not good this is not the way American society should work we should all be treated equal I've heard people say oh all lives matter I think that's a rebuke at this point to a very simple statement that black lives matter black lives half the matter so all lights can matter and I think we all have to understand that the way that society has been structured the way that the police have operated oftentimes is far more aggressive if not brutal in dealing with black people especially black men and I would add especially poor low income black men from segregated

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Nurses share heartbreaking stories amid cross-country protest

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Nurses share heartbreaking stories amid cross-country protest

"One some nurses at hospitals in several states are protesting this week over what they call a lack of preparedness by their employers and the lack of protective gear during this pandemic across the country please are the same from healthcare workers they need protective equipment and they needed now and some nurses have been speaking out to CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge about the dangers and the personal challenges they're facing what I can tell you is it has quickly grown into a war zone IC you nurse Diane case shot this video inside her Yonkers New York hospital because she says she's so concerned the lack of personal protective gear is putting her and her fellow nurses at risk no isolation gowns and we are riddled with fear and anxiety because we don't have the proper equipment to take care of these patients so what we're Expendables that's how we feel CBS news spoke to more than a dozen nurses in six states who said their hospitals or nursing homes are rationing critical supplies is now routine to re use gallons and masks it's not made to be used multiple times question Hughes works at a long term care facility in Washington state her husband found a box of N. ninety five masks in their home emergency kit I wish I had enough to give them to everyone I decline to a young lady that I work with is seven months pregnant I'm afraid that I'll see my coworkers dying New York City I see you nurse tree Quan came back from maternity leave last month I was really torn about returning because I was worried about leaving My Baby and breast feeding and also just bringing back you know the virus but I I couldn't stay home and Connor watch she returned to overwhelmed emergency rooms and colleagues with corona virus symptoms the units and nurses are getting so Derek we are in the ice use now as patients but going public about their concerns also his wrists asked what is at stake during our interview Dianne Kay said my job and quite possibly being granted there's a a real big line here and some doctors don't face the same retribution is that nurses tail ill health care worker deserves to martyr themselves to this broken system I can't kiss my children I can't hold my children and this is gonna go on for months we work hard for patients because we're in actions about what we do but we didn't sign up to be exposed to a killer virus without proper protection since our interview Shelly Hughes who gave one of her and ninety five mass to a pregnant colleague has begun self isolating Hughes has some symptoms and she doesn't know whether it's her asthma acting up or covert nineteen that CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine

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"quan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on KOMO

"County say they're modifying services and practices in order to limit the spread of coronavirus commas Charlie harder is more religious leaders of many faiths gathered at king county public health with a message of safety rabbi Rachel Nussbaum spoke alongside pastors imams in others regardless of who we are where we live or what we believe we are all in the same boat right now she's holding online services with the leaders saying they're trying to limit gatherings but also provide it's spiritual support in trying times Charlie harder colonials new unemployment claims here in Washington spike by more than a hundred and sixteen percent last week the highest number of new claims were lodging food service and education service those industries are jobs well over five hundred percent and the state expects much higher numbers in the coming week and thousands of people usually visit the YouTube campus each spring to see the popular cherry blossoms however you dub is asking people to avoid coming to campus to comply with government orders to help combat the spread of covert nineteen it's really about the health and safety of the entire community and ensuring that that we're doing what what we can tell them that the spread of this virus you WCW webcam overlooking the U. dove Quan is available for viewers to enjoy the trees remotely multiple reports industry awesome pass rusher today be on Clowney maybe close to a deal as an unrestricted free agent Clowney hasn't quite found the market is expected he was initially seeking around twenty million per season Sports Illustrated reporting the Seahawks have offered the three time Pro Bowl selection a contract that would pay him eighteen and a half million per season also from the NFL Philip rivers officially ending a sixteen year tenure with the Chargers Saturday by signing the twenty five million dollar contract he agreed to earlier in the week with the colts free agent wide receiver Nelson and the lord has agreed to a one year deal with the raiders NHL the Ottawa senators announced Saturday the second players tested positive for Kobe in nineteen sports at ten forty on the home of the Huskies I'm Paul the Castro co monitors with the commercial insurance market getting tougher in some areas you need a broker wasn't afraid to get tough themselves like propel insurance.

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"quan" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

"Thank you so. I'm just trying to feed the answers to that. Yeah it's kind of having two layers so you know a lot of people will ask okay so you are going to give blockchain technology to the pool of Africa right. How'd you going to do that? Right yeah so that could be a fairly standard sort of questions so fairly shallow question. Yeah the MOMON dimensioned. That are trying to improve. I tried to avoid disrupt but trying to create value out of the agricultural supply chain in Africa. Then a lot of people are so. How do you actually get onto the platform? So that is a fairly a fairly standard sort of question when we mentioned that we are doing things in this space. But I guess if the people who ask the question has a deep understanding of the challenges that Africa Hass right especially when it comes to agriculture productions then The sort of answer that they'd be looking for which we wish they they will be satisfied when we give them is. Yeah actually be very very practical. We don't say that We necessary legal Directly to the farmers in the first place we think because of the fact that Pharma's in Africa as mobile the famous even if we are able to bring them to the platform they're actually won't have much to sow and it's very difficult for them to actually bring their crops to accredited warehouse that our partners House so we actually targeting the people who aggregate the commodities from them. We are a helping them to be able to bring those warranty to the warehouse being able to get paid being able to get financing from the banks of that they can actually buy from the farmers being able to make more money so that they can pay more for farmers so we're trying to help those small guys as well but in the future what we are planning to do and we already started talking. Is We also recognize the the the transformation of the mobile phone and mobile money right? So we we we vision we planning to Woke with mobile. Operators to actually enable the payment of the commodities is a mobile money but talk nice. Move our money to our platform so that when farmers actually delivered that one or two tons of rice to aggregate aggregate the goods then the payment will automatically get paid directly to the world mobile wallet of the farmers and that is how we can see how we can able to bring a lot of farmers to the platform not directly by dumb actually having to press a button but actually for them to be able to receive the payment verve inconveniently adoption. So I'll tell you this My my mom and dad are farmers smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe and my acid tests. Whenever I speak to people in your space is would might would. My parents be impacted by this. Would they use? The service would've changed their lives. Would it make it easier? What did it improve the very hard work Would it improve an? I'm speaking about something that just happened. Just this week witted and improve their ability to bring in five tons of onion From Rural Matabeleland into Zimbabwe's. Second City will allow you. What would it help with that? And I'm very happy to say the question you asked and the and the question you onstage at the end the gives me some confidence that you have applied your mind sufficiently to what would actually move the needle. People like them to move. The people like them is not about teaching them. How cool the blockchain technology? Because that's not gonNa work it from my parents. You know giving them more money in their wallet. That's how yeah if people suddenly say okay. I don't really how the platform works or how this you know. Have to push button on your APPS. I mean the the gators were laissez. Bit More Tech Savvy Rule. Driving around in that trucks can can know that can can can can go through that but if they receive On their phone and they see oh you know in my bank in my mobile wallet. I actually have more money. Then everyone would understand that signal. Absolutely well listen. I certainly wish you well sounds like one to watch. I know you're under pressure. All started found. Are I'm feeling encouraged by the past about your business that I've heard in the marketplace so far and I can only hope that you guys survived this sort of nascent period and not end up becoming victims of the very change that you're trying to bring through I suppose one just hopes that companies like you think is like you teams like yours. Make it through to become part of the fabric of What we you know ten years from now think. Oh my word you guys were. Start up at some point. Well thank you and in that sense as somebody who come from Asia from Vietnam who as a country we live towards of human conflicts. We also ourselves to be survivor and how to how to find the war with a very little meat yet ultimately yes as I said we are international team as well so myself Vietnam but we also have you know. One child policy co-founder them from China and another co founders. Andrew is actually from Canada but Lebed in China for ten years so we are ultimately a multi cultural team all sort of experience. Aleve and I actually have leave grownup in an emerging market so we can actually combine some of the good things that in a way where we come from but also things that come from elsewhere but until the deep understanding of all the conditions and the challenges in as good places to put it down. Thank you so much for being on the show. Lay off been cubby. Thank you so much for being on the African. Take up hanging. Thank you very much bye-bye..

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"quan" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"quan" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

"Vietnam is fast becoming a very good sort of blockchain development location but Vietnam. I don't understand Africa things things. Africa is very remote. Receding Is Worth on. Its farm in these kind of misconceptions of people outside of Africa. Actually half I would say the same for other countries in Asia like China or country in south station is how last section of society economy still think. Africa is a very very remote and we see and to be fair to be fair when my wife and I told some of our friends and family that we were visiting Vietnam. A lot of people are like why you know in your Momma's dealing in doing like we thought we might be going to go feed some people and build some some schools or something. We would like wearing holiday definitely holiday so so that's why we have not specifically targeted in Vietnam when I think when we do get directions from the industrial operation that we are debating. Then I think that's a wrap plans to target on so in other places in Asia. Australia is really to connect Asia and Africa and I think there are a lot of potentials in Asia comes to investment so my final question to you then is since you haven't been getting any good questions. What question do you wish you would receive more often and give us the answer to that question? Actually that's a good question. Thank you so. I'm just trying to feed the answers to that. Yeah it's.

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Introducing WeCrashed the story of the rise and fall of We Work

Business Wars Daily

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Introducing WeCrashed the story of the rise and fall of We Work

"Daily. Hey their business wars listeners. I'm David Brown every week on the show. We talk about the greatest rivalries in history manipulation and backstabbing or common as companies. Try to take each other down but what happens when a major company company collapses from the inside out the tech. Darling we work was the poster child for a new economy. We works founders wanted to revolutionize the way people work how they live how they sleep even how they raise their kids. It's charismatic founder. Adam Newman had an intoxicating vision for the company but it never we're matched up with reality from wondering the makers of business wars and dirty John Comes. We crashed a six part series about the rise and fall of we work work. It's a story of hope and Hubris. We crashed peels back. The layers on how Newman's culture personality shaped every square foot of we. You Work and how that same powerful personality destroyed it. You're about to hear a preview of the first episode of we crashed as you're listening. Be Sure to subscribe to. We crashed and other. Great wondering shows on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening right now it was June twenty seventeen and the Barclay Center in Brooklyn was packed nearly every seat of the arena that was filled with thousands of group college graduates and their families. I'm looking at all the parents. I'm looking at balloons. I'm seeing horns people smiling. I think I had a smile on my face. Probably the whole time. While I'm at Francis was graduating second in his class which meant he had one of the best seats in the House that was on stage and it was just like wow. I'll be seated the next to you. Know some distinguished people the year before Senator Chuck Schumer had been the commencement speaker this year though was different because this year the the person giving the speech was also graduated. Just like Quan. Well Cumberland College. Class of twenty seventy soon as he walks onstage tall guy. Long hair slicked back. Look he's pulled out the roll out of his trunk and it's like all right. I gotTa dawn this little thing for this ceremony. But I think it'd be headed his way he'd be a t shirt written some fans. Adam Newman all six feet. Five inches of him had taken fifteen years from his first class to finally get his college degree here he was. We looked at it to see a black mortar boards and clasped his hands together in what looked like a gesture of prayer. It's my honor and privilege to graduate with all of you today with his billowing robe flowing black hair and arms outstretched Adam look more like a preacher than what he actually was the. CEO of a multi cheap billion dollars startup called we were an atom was here to spread the spirit of we who is definitely not a traditional commencement speech. The next revolution is going to be the we river loose and the we revolution it's going to be led by generation and the we generation does not discriminate between age race gender or religion Derek. Throwing their hands up their fist pump in people are standing up and train them on. You could think of somebody being the life of the party. You could think of him so as Kwame and the other students listened. Adam told them his story how he had. I moved to New York from Israel to get a degree college. I spent my first two years in Baru studying a little bit and partying locked but then a close friend. His came from Israel to visit. It looked at me and said is this while you left Israel. Is this why you left your family and your loved ones everyone who care about to go party in New York City. I was inspired by his words and his harsh criticism. I woke up the next morning and said it's time to start my first business adventure. Eventually Adam left Beirut behind his business career took off but he was here today he said because even after he'd become a billionaire all his grandma ever ever wanted was for him to finish college South Dynasty who paid for my full tuition. She really did want to graduate. She really did and she kept asking me every year. When you graduating when are you graduating and I said this you know we've done? I have a family we built us. We're doing well no. When are you graduating? I need to Oh hanging above my bed. It was a good story and Adam was a great storyteller. He commanded a presence on like any other. He definitely took everybody's attention so it was just very different a different kind of message. We are weak and if we worked together we cannot not be stopped we work the business Adam found it was more than just a company to him. Yes he wanted to become the world's first trillionaire there but he also truly believe that his company would fundamentally change not just how people work how they live how they raise children how they communicate with one. Another Adam believed he was on the brink of making history in a way you know he was because Adam Newman was about to preside over the largest largest fastest wipe out of shareholder value by a single company since Enron looking back. Maybe the most telling moment of the Ho- commencement speech was when when he shared a story about his first date with his wife. Rebecca went on the first date with me and within five minutes. Now I say five minutes to be nice but it surely it

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PodcastOne podcasts are now on Spotify

podnews

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

PodcastOne podcasts are now on Spotify

"One production doc send. You'll be hearing a lot more effort on spotify after podcast. Quan has signed partnership bringing over three hundred shows from podcast one to the music streaming from both the the US and Australia spotify daily drive personalized playlists to quietly launched in Australia linked. What my playlist looks like in the show notes and our newsletter. Today the service includes podcast for musical. Mamma Mia this quiz and seven. Am but sadly no podcast from the ABC available on spotify so our favorite. The signal isn't available in this way. Also we don't actually commute to work so there's always that to

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"quan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"quan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When she heard the other teacher worrying about her test scores and she was angry every every year I get these back east students and my test scores are going to be in the toilet and she ran over to the principal and they had it out and I am sitting there this new teacher at the school looking at the front and back of my paperwork because clearly I'd missed seeing some sheets of paper clearly she's receive something with more information than I okay wait see what is the what what she called her test for the test scores were forced I look at the names what kind of names that these kids have show March in media Jim via the name yeah can may at the Quan Quan they had distinctively African American names which apparently led the angry teacher who was white to surmise that they would be poor students and that they make her look bad and that is the catalyst to started this research that research project would eventually turn into a PhD dissertation it's title black names in white classroom teacher behaviors instant perception and the author of this dissertation Dr number one Pepsi vandyke if anyone could understand the friction created by teachers expectations over students name it might be a black woman who grew up with that name marijuana last week on Freakonomics radio we asked how much does the name really matter to the ultimate question we wanted to answer is does your name matter for the economic life that you end up leaving that Steve Levitt my Freakonomics friend and co author are people who are quote saddled with distinctively black.

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"quan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"quan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In Pasadena on Wednesday James son and Quan says he was has questions about whether C. H. B. is trained to handle cases of dementia properly we put our faith and trust in them and it's okay for them to hold us accountable if we set for speeding but someone needs to hold them accountable for their jobs as well James was riding with his twin brother Donald when they were pulled over on November fifth Donald was arrested for D. Y. in Douglas was left on the side of the road Donald says he warned the CHP officers of Douglases dementia house Democrats have begun an investigation into the secret plea deal sex offender Jeff's Jeffrey Epstein originally got in Florida and steam was convicted in two thousand eight for child prostitution ABC's truck's immersed in it says he's spent thirteen months in jail but it was not hard time abstain pleaded guilty to a lesser state charges spent thirteen months in jail paid financial settlements to victims and registered as a sex offender abstains driver would pick him and a guard opened the morning and he would spend the day is office returning to jail to sleep and steam was also able to visit is Palm Beach mansion despite restrictions on home visits the house oversight committee asked for documents from the justice department by first week in January Democrats are asking for those buy in January first there's a crash on the two fifteen paying grand terrace on the two fifteen south bound at center street scratch that I've all lanes shut down your your being ordered out there at center backed up the poor Columbia Avenue and that's got you a really happy as well as you head up towards actually to look at you know I Avenue wrench could log on the western side of it to ten at carnelian we have a crash in the right lane still taken away back to their they're almost Archibald echo park on the north and seven five before the two crash still has all lane shut down here as well and you're jammed all the way back to Broadway well in a park you sounds out of the ninety one at valley view at the crash that is improving the rightly still shut down those wells the value on ramp you're slow from porn star KFI in the sky help get there faster but he could be called for Christmas your forecast is next if you're smart you care about your family you've already done the work to make sure your family secure financially but about life insurance what happens with the unexpected you dying I know you may think it's a big hassle was too expensive or you don't want to deal with another sales person which is usually.

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US lawmaker who oversees Puerto Rico calls for governor to resign after arrests on corruption charges

Morning Edition

02:52 min | 2 years ago

US lawmaker who oversees Puerto Rico calls for governor to resign after arrests on corruption charges

"Porter Rico's government is in crisis yesterday federal prosecutors filed corruption charges against two former top officials in the administration of governor Ricardo Rosales now people are calling on the governor to resign one of them is the U. S. congressman charged with overseeing Porter Rico and peers Adrian Florida reports the charges come at a very politically sensitive time for the island's government the charges were filed against but but because former education secretary Julia Kelleher and until we let my data former head of the islands health insurance administration both women recently resigned their posts amid talk of ongoing federal probes the indictment announced Wednesday accuses them of improperly steering contracts to private companies run by politically connected contractors or in the case of the education secretary personal friends the US attorney for Porter Rico press and media that he has spoke at a press conference in sun Quan I'm basket air ERP Amadeo separately Charlie disappointed Europe yeah almost half price the I. Haiti CF therefore door vehicle both tell her and I mean I might it'll took advantage of their privileged positions is agency chief lobbyist said they'd be fried in the US and Puerto Rican government in a scheme surpassing fifteen point five million dollars for the biggest said neither woman personally benefited from the schemes but the contractors who were also charged did well governor Ricardo to say you know it was not directly implicated the charges so rocked his administration that he cut short a European vacation and flew home that would be kind of a the Arizona congressman who chairs the committee that oversees what political called on the governor to resign indictments were such a big deal because they fly in the face of the squeaky clean image the governor say your has been trying to project for his administration partly because he wants Porter Rico to become a state but especially because president Donald Trump has repeatedly accused island officials of being corrupt as a way to justify withholding disaster covering money the island still needs to rebuild from hurricane Maria liquor trail Phillips Cordova is a professor at the university of put the recall and a political analyst and he says the corruption is terrible but as sad as it is reportedly because image it's also a reality one of the zip code where you're so that will go over with all right at the wonderful thing about how are you getting to have them ready so no one is proud of the corruption god blesses is demoralized Porter Ricans but many people on the island said they were not surprised by the charges that's because faced with a dismal economy and budget cuts that have slashed basic services the government has been hiring private companies to administer things like healthcare like education and schools good article or at a party to get them at the lonely alternate will get the collateral to resume we'll see if the privatizing public services introduces the profit motive could blesses which makes it easier for corruption

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"quan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"quan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The Quan now from garage door repair dot com. The WMA L Weather Channel forecast. We're under a severe thunderstorm watch in effect until ten pm, and that's gonna make rock of ages. At wolf trap fund tonight. Flash. Flood watch until eleven there may be severe thunderstorms tonight and heavy downpours tomorrow. We're looking at scattered thunderstorms as well in the morning, and then more widespread in the afternoon. So couple of rainy days here. Tomorrow's high is eighty four degrees right now. We're looking at eighty five degrees. Three twenty seven thinking of selling your home, Debbie and Sarah Reynolds. With Keller Williams will guarantee one hundred percent of your asking price or they'll pay you the difference. Call eight four four three four four sold or go to Debbie has the buyers dot com. That's Debbie has the buyers dot com. The specialist does one thing and one thing alone. And they do it better than anyone else ever Sadi's Benz of Arlington. We only sell one thing for Sadi's just Mercedes family owned and operated since nineteen thirty seven we treat everyone like one of the family helping you find the right. G. L C, G, L, E, S class, or AM G, and with more than three hundred on hand, you won't wait for your Mercedes, you'll drive, it home for Sadi's fans of Arlington, located inside the beltway in always open at just Mercedes dot com. Forget uncomfortable dentures he sips, and multiple trips to a process on test. You can get straightened natural looking teeth in one day. That's right. Dental implants done fast. The highly trained board certified surgeons at Nova MS doctors, Namie Yagman associates had the expertise to create a beautiful smile in just one. Visit book a consultation today. Unlike many oral surgeons they accept most insurance, call seven zero three seven one nine forty one thirty three or visit Nova OMS dot com three convenient locations in northern Virginia. That's not. Uh-huh. MS dot com for teeth in one day innovation doesn't always mean adding blades..

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"quan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"quan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The Quan and along the way there was an accident at the Prince William Parkway in the left lane Naff garage door repair dot com. The WMA Weather Channel forecast light rain continues through the day with showers into the evening turning cloudy overnight, high today, fifty three cloudy tomorrow and Sunday, but warm highs in the low seventies. It's fifty right now in Burke, forty six in all forty nine at Reagan national on John Matthews one point nine FM and AM six thirty WMA AL. Now, Chris Plante. AM six thirty. We have to stop demonizing people and realize that biggest care in this country is white men. Yes. Your word winning journalism of the Cable News Network and Don lemon. Hey. Little born to be wild. For friday. I'm I'm I'm very angry. I can you tell that. I'm very very very. Getting the best of me this one. I've angry that he boot edge. Had to apologize for saying all lives matter three or four years ago. He put a judge. Buddha. Jed. Angry and did but his apologized for saying all lives matter. So now, the Democrats are just going to have to consider whether that's good enough. Whether that's going to be enough. You have to do a yacht. Cruise thing and cut off a finger. But himself back.

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White officer takes stand in murder trial over black teen

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:05 min | 3 years ago

White officer takes stand in murder trial over black teen

"Right Chicago police officer charged with murdering a black teenager chose to testify in his own defense officer Jason Van Dyke said the Quan McDonald had threatened him with a knife. And that the shooting was in. Self defense. What happened when he started? What happened with McDonald's started? Eventually he fell to the ground. Did he ever dropped that night? No.

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Cindy McCain joins the Arizona Cardinals for the coin toss

John Hancock

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Cindy McCain joins the Arizona Cardinals for the coin toss

"Able to leave the Muslims home returned to her home in that face any consequence. For three days after after he was killed and that that that is extremely problematic. Officer Geiger is charged with manslaughter and is out on bond at a news conference in Dallas family, lawyer Lee Merritt says they're encouraged by the charge, but still don't know exactly what happened in have issued issues with how the case has been handled. The first of twelve

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Giuliani says feds have 183 recordings made by Michael Cohen

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

02:15 min | 3 years ago

Giuliani says feds have 183 recordings made by Michael Cohen

"Did, the Russians meddled, in the Brexit referendum in the UK Bloomberg's Ed Baxter is reporting that a group of legislators says well guess yeah, exactly Paul this is a UK interim report. On the, impact. Of social media, in the process the, report says the. Issue is creating a crisis. They conclude there needs to be, further investigation into How deeply Russia. Meddling in the two thousand sixteen Brexit. Referendum the presumed intent and other governments including the US is too so discontented create disruption which Brexit certainly has in the US a call for members of the Senate intelligence committee. To double down on efforts to prevent meddling in the November elections Senator James. Langford says well as you can see coming out of the UK. It's global the Russians are? Trying to interfere with. Everyone's election and that's the part that we lose track of is that to them sowing chaos and sewing uncertainty with our democracy is their key goal at the end of it they, don't seem to be as focused on candidate as they are just trying to be. Able to, bring down our entire system yeah. Lankford, on ABC says. Two, prong social media disinformation and meddling in the actual election process a blow for Australian Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull is the opposition, party is one, four. Or, five seats up for grabs in the by election Cambodian Prime Minister. Hun Sen all. But assured win, balloting official results will not be. Released until August eleventh hunting strongly supported by Beijing Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Ave doing well on his own l. d. party seventy seven percent seventy seven percent support that is a key auto, Paul, the Michael ja- Michael Michael Cohen tapes Rudy Giuliani, wants everybody. To hear them he says the one that's been, released is misleading on those he can't release he quotes Quan as saying I only made it because I personally love the president and Malaysia and that's why I made. The payments which takes it right out of the campaign contribution are so so these these tapes I want you to read I. Want. You to here yeah Giuliani on CBS has, heard Bloomberg he says there are one hundred. Eighty three unique conversations as we. Reported to you the end of last week the first set of remains from North Korea have been returned today US vice, President Mike Pence says he will. Lead a delegation Hawaii this week to accept those. Remains my wife and I are.

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Power outage in Puerto Rico leaves hundreds of thousands without electricity

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Power outage in Puerto Rico leaves hundreds of thousands without electricity

"Program back not taking care of their own family making their own money moving forward society the way with with all expectant mothers people with disabilities in those with children under six would be exempt from the new work rules democrats antihunger advocates say the proposals are harmful and a substantial number of people will lose their benefits if it's enacted braxton booker npr news washington arizona governor doug ducey is proposing a substantial pay increase for teachers mariana dale from member station k j z reports the move comes after weeks of protests by teachers and a threatened walkout governor doug ducey wants to increase teacher salaries twenty percent by the year twenty twenty the proposal starts with a nine percent increase earlier this year ducey only included a one percent increase for teachers salaries in his budget proposal months of frustration over low education funding led to rallies it more than a thousand zona schools this week do acknowledged the teachers threats to walk out by happens paying attention to what's going on out across the state i've been listening and i've been impressed at least one education advocacy group says they're encouraged by the plan the governor's proposal relies on cooperation from the state's republican led legislature for npr news i'm mariana dale in phoenix you're listening to npr news from washington there's been another massive power outage in puerto rico cutting electricity to nearly nine hundred thousand customers the island's main public hospital and international airport are operating on backup generators npr's adrian floridian reports the outage comes as residents are struggling to recover from hurricane maria capital sun quan which are had power back for months the home of generators everywhere you can hear them all around me local media is reporting that up to nine hundred thousand out of one point two million total customers may be without power as a result of.

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