35 Burst results for "Raheem"
Kurt Schlichter Breaks Down the Final RNC Showdown
"Us now is Kurt schlichter, Kurt, I'm going to see you later this week. I am going to Dana point California kicking and screaming. But I will be there, and I say that half sarcastically, because going to the RNC meeting, not exactly where I want to spend my time. But I do so out of duty to our audience and hopefully to the country, but Dana point, if you will say, I'm glad it's not in, let's just say, buffalo, New York, love buffalo, New York, not exactly as nice as Dana point right now. But it would make more sense. I don't know if they were in a battleground state. Separate issue, but I'm going to see you there. I'm going to be at the RNC meeting. I'm going to be doing whatever I possibly can where I can be helpful to the cause of trying to change RNC leadership, whether it be Mike lindell or harmeet villain. Close with both of them, you're going to be there as well, Kurt, if I understand, walk us through the state of the RNC race. Well, look, I'm going to head down there tonight. It's at the Waldorf Astoria, which kind of gives you. Just the thought of the Republicans meeting at the Waldorf Astoria after the semi disastrous November election. Where would they meet if they had done well for psi? You know, I hear about this obscure resort in southern Utah. I think it's called the amend Geary, where it's $17,000 a night. Yeah. Maybe that would be in the cards. Yeah, I just. We need a change, Charlie. What we're doing isn't working. We're going to make Daniel and she may be a very nice person. I don't know her. And I don't care, all right? You got to sometimes you got to channel Tommy Lee Jones in the fugitive. I'm not here to make friends. I'm here to win. She has a proven track record for failing. She's an O and 5 on federal election cycles, two of those being Georgia runoffs. She's apparently learned nothing. She's making no case for herself except this vague idea of unity, which I'm all for. We should unify around herme Dylan because harmony Dylan has a vision of the future that involves reforming the RNC to make it lean, mean efficient. And a winning machine again. It's going to be a tough race. There are a 168 electors, three per state or territory, and they're going to pick Friday morning. And we will see who they choose.
Raheem Kassam Weighs In on the Pence Document Discovery
"We think about the Pence discovery of documents? We actually haven't talked about this yet today. It was the breaking news yesterday. What's your take on this? Yeah, I did a I did a short podcast on my substack, there's my little plug for that. Yesterday, when this happened, not least because of course, Mike Pence had already gone out there and said, no, I would never do this. I've never done this and then sure enough, you know, transparent that he had. And that's interesting enough in and of itself. I'm not sure why you would voluntarily offer that information if it were if it were false or you knew in some way that it would fall. So odd as far as that's concerned. But the bigger picture about all of this is and you mentioned the polyp bureau earlier. And I think that's a really great word to use as far as the Washington D.C. set is concerned because what are they really trying to do here Vis-à-vis declassification? The trying to make it seem and you've already seen the op eds, The Guardian, The New York Times, I've read one in The Boston Globe as well. Yesterday. The declassification process is so dated and we shouldn't have to rely on these old men to not steal documents away from whichever government department or whatever part of Congress that they had ever worked in. And that everything is basically too old and white and pale and stale. And what we really need is a committee driven approach to this, right? Which they mean a polyp bureau driven approach to this. The people like Alexander vindman should really be in charge of this the national security apparatus in D.C. should decide what gets declassified. Well, what happens, Charlie, if the national security apparatus is in charge of releasing information pertaining to the national security apparatus? Will they hide their malfeasance? That's what happens. I think that's the broader brush stroke here that they are trying to subsume power away from the commander in chief. So
Biden's Incredible Vanishing Campaign Manager With Raheem Kassam
"I really was moved by your tweet here. So I'm going to name a list. I'm going to go through a list of names and then let you riff. Pat caddell, Lee atwater, James carville, Carl rove, David pluff, David axelrod, Steve Bannon. All those people in what do they have in common? They were, in some ways, the architects, the conductors of successful presidential campaigns that were then able to write books and go on tour and be considered to be thought leaders. You made a very interesting observation, which is Joe Biden winning in 2020, being implemented has no such people that take claim for him becoming president. That's super bizarre. I think back to audacity to win and David axelrod, in fact, it's the exact opposite. They're almost repelled by his 2020 candidacy. What's going on here? Yeah, that's what I'd like to know. I think a series of questions need to be answered here, which is, you know, the first one is who ran Joe Biden's campaign. I mean, it seems to me like that would be the obvious question for most people who still have suspicions about what actually took place between all of the institutions apparatus and shenanigans in 2020s who ran the campaign. Because nobody seems to be putting their hand up and owning that, which is very strange when you think about it. It's extremely strange when you think about the fact that we're sold this idea that Joe Biden won the most number of votes of any U.S. president ever in history and it was the most amazing victory, even though he sat in a basement and spoke to crowds as large as 8 throughout the entire campaign. So who ran the campaign?
"raheem" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"Forward. That was Octavia Rahim, author of pause rest bee, stillness practices for courage in times of change. You can find it wherever books are sold. A few days after our conversation in Octavia invited me to a zoom session to rest with her, literally to walk through a brief guided meditation and just chill out. And I'll tell you, I almost canceled. In a terrible headache that day, my daughter had been up teething half the night. I was so behind an emails and everything else. But I showed up and the guided meditation in full rest took less than ten minutes. I left with a sense of clarity about how to spend my afternoon. And the headache completely disappeared. So I would just ask you right now. What are you doing to rest? Come talk about it with us on office hours. We'll share helpful tips and stories of our own journeys to rest. Join us for office hours on Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. eastern. You can find us on the LinkedIn news page or email us for a link at hello Monday at LinkedIn dot com. And as always, if you like the show, please rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen. It really does help us so much. Hello Monday is the production of LinkedIn. The show is produced by taisha Henry with help from Wesley wingo. Joe digiorgio mixed our show Florentine as head of original audio and video. Dave pond is our technical director. Mikaela Greer and Victoria Taylor deserve a rest. But don't we all. Our music was composed just for us by the mysterious Sprague master cylinder. Dan Roth is the editor in chief of LinkedIn, and Sarah storm remains, our fairy godmother. I'm Jesse hemple, see you next Monday. Thanks for listening. You said your son is 5. My son is 5. And amazing. And wild. And he says he says outrageous stuff all the time. I'm like, wow, are you saying that out loud? You know they can hear you. And then he goes, why does it matter? Well, we can learn so much from kids in that way, I think. And also their exasperating in the same moment. Yeah
"raheem" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"The very nature of the way that I have thought about work has changed. We praise the hustle less instead we talk about health and happiness. So many of hello Monday's listeners, you all. You're looking for something that I'm looking for, a rich, fulfilling career that also allows me a balanced life. That's why this year's theme for all of hello Monday is reinvention. You see, we've all had to adapt. We've had to change. Often against our will, but this year, this year we're choosing our changes. Figuring out what works for us. But here's something important to know. If you've been conditioned to the hustle, working to the point of burnout, changing jobs, it isn't going to fix your problems. Not unless you change yourself. Today's guest is Octavia Raheem. Her book is pause rest B stillness practices for courage during times of change. Octavia advises companies on how to incorporate rest in stillness into the lives of their employees. She has so much to show us about how to shift our our own approach to everything. To start, I ask Octavia about her own journey to find rest. The brief version of it was these extended workdays. And these extended workout days. My day would start at four 35 a.m. and usually in that 1130 or midnight. And now I think what was I doing, but I know teaching, grading papers, working a second job working out, you know, squeezing everything I could into a 24 hour period. And ultimately, I landed in the hospital with this condition called rhabdomyolysis that, you know, ultra, some ultramarathon runners get this. I had never heard of rhabdomyolysis until I read about it in your book. And what it is is this rapid muscular breakdown that can overload the kidneys and potentially lock them down, sending you into kidney failure, which if not cause soon enough, we know what the outcome can be. And I was, I was not integrate space. I was in the space of doctors being like, if you had not come to the hospital, you know, today, this would have turned out fatally for you. And so I'm at my healthiest and air quotes at my, I look the best I should show your picture from that but clearly on the inside, something was completely out of balance. I had worked myself and worked out to the point that I'm hospitalized. And I had this nurse come in who says, why are you in here? And I'm so irritated with her. I'm like, you have my chart, you know what I'm in here. And ultimately, she administering medicine and also ministering to my soul. She asked me, what are you running from? Why are you doing all of this? Do you literally have to live this way? And those are relatively simple benign questions in this one shit, but I hadn't considered, does it have to be this way? And that was a question I live with daily. I love a good to do list. I love a good spreadsheet. I love all those things. But one of my favorite things to do with myself and organizations to look at the things and go, does it have to be this way? Does that have to be right there? Do I have to do that? Do you know? Does it have to be done right now, you know? And so this nurse asked me those questions and it literally changed changed my life. She was like, well, you have to do something that's nothing. You know? And then she told me the scripture that I kind of walked with if I might share, and that is be still a no. You know, this idea of like there's some knowing and wisdom and intuition, you're only going to access and still miss so how about you stop running and staying here still enough for what to chasing to have room and space to find you? I came to rest kicking and screaming or rather to be more accurate laid up in a hospital bed. It took all of that for me to finally realize that the way I was living was a sustainable and at the heart of what I do and teaching share and sustainability, the way most of us are living really the question becomes how long can we do this? How long can our relationships bear this? How long can our organizations bear this level of doing, you know, before something falls apart or someone falls apart? It's not sustainable. You know, and so when I talk about rest and teach about rest and hold people in that space of rest is really about how do we make the way we live and are on this planet and with each other, more sustainable. Which for me, Octavia describes perfectly why right now is the right moment to have you on our show. We've just come through this really tough time. And in the last year, a lot of folks have just gone in quit their jobs. They have been so burnt out and so miserable and what they have known is I don't want to live that way. I don't want to do that thing. But where a lot of people are now caught is where am I moving toward? What do I want to do? And we talk on the show about a lot of structural ways to get to the bottom of that question. And those are all important, whether it's working with a job coach or framing and thinking about your work differently, but even before you get there. You have to create the space to allow yourself knowing to allow yourself the ability to perceive the change. Does that make sense? It makes so much sense. And it's so well stated. I also heard that the question I would have for someone who just quit, right? So you quit now what? And the answer to that now what is likely not going to completely come from an external force because that external force is ultimately kind of what pushed you out. You're like, I listened to all of that. I followed all those rules. I did all of those things. And you know, I think some people are quitting from sheer burnout. And I also think some people are quitting because they do. They want more purpose feel work. And to hear that purpose, where are you going to hear it from? Is it going to come from, it might come from the outside, but it is likely that you need a good old sit down with yourself at your heart. You might need to journal, I believe there's a reservoir of wisdom within us. And most of the time, we're very externally driven and taking our cues from the external world to the point that it muddied the still small voice, if you will. This whisper that might say, hey, hey, take this left and that left might be like, well, it doesn't really make complete sense. And then you're my own. Yeah. You know, we had this really amazing woman on this show. A couple years ago now in our first season. And I had her on the show because she was such a massive achiever. She had been the CEO of burberry and saved barbary from extinction, and then she'd gone on to join Apple where she was the highest paid woman in all of Apple. And I wanted to get to the bottom of her success. And I was like, well, you know, are you are you great with numbers? Are you great with spreadsheets? Like, how'd you do that? Oh, it was all intuition. And that was, at that point, on the journey that I was on, a little terrifying, I kept looking for another answer. I was like, back it up. But she just spoke about the importance of
"raheem" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"Hello Monday is going to have a fresh episode for you next week. And it's going to kick off a year of powerful programming. This is the 5th year of our show Friends. And this year's theme, it's more than a title. I've been working on it with our producer, Sarah storm. This is an embodiment of everything that I dare I say that we believe. This year, we're going all in on the case for optimism. We need it. Because things are changing around here so fast. In this way that humans think about these things, this negativity bias that we bring, it doesn't help us here. It leads us to fear. Pandemics, climate change, social unrest, the integrity of our elections, layoffs, a recession, artificial intelligence that can write a love story better than I can. In biblical language, in less than ten seconds. How do any of us make sense of all of this change? Optimism optimism is the promise that we have agency and our own belief that we can exercise that agency in any given moment to create better circumstances for ourselves. Better solutions to our most intractable problems, better lives for our children and their children. Optimism is a bet on humanity. This year's guests will bring us tangible strategies for how we can shift our mindsets, optimize how we work and deepen our connections with each other. This is the stuff that matters most to friends. This is where meaning comes from. And I invite you to be a part of it. I want you to join us every week for the conversations that cultivate informed optimism. But today, just today, before we get started with 2023, let's rest. From the archives I'm bringing you one of my favorite episodes of all of 2022. Here's Octavia Raheem. Let's be still with Octavia.
Is This Incompetence?
"Involved in the political world for long enough. Help me as a naive resident of the swamp. How is it that the GOP are in charge in terms of running the election? They closed down a third of their polling stations, and then in a system where they have to print the ballots in front of the voter. They run out of printer cartridges and when somebody suggests, oh, there's a backup voting tabulator if the first one breaks, but it's for handicapped people. And one of the officials who can't use the handicap one for non handicap voters because that's a felony. How does this happen? I mean, there's incompetence and then there's a kind of scratching your head is this really incompetence incompetence? Yeah, yeah, no, I know I've had to think where to start. It's incompetence. It really is just embarrassingly gross. Incompetence. And I've got friends have been emailing me like smart, successful, accomplished people. And everybody comes back to the same thing because they wonder like, how can you actually run something so poorly? Like, surely this must be mean that there's like a conspiracy. And I really don't think there's a conspiracy. It does have like the lowest common denominator when it comes to running this stuff.
Kayleigh McEnany Makes Curious Comments About President Trump
"McEnany, what is she doing? Didn't she work for president Trump? I do think she did on Fox today. She said something unfortunate about president Trump and about Georgia, play cut. No, no, no, no, no. 2022 is not over. Three point. Every Republican energy needs to go to grinding the Biden agenda to a halt. And that could go straight through the state of Georgia. And is that include Trump? I think he needs to put on pause. Absolutely. Look, he'll make that decision. We'll make his own decision, but does he go to crime advising any contender? Desantis, Trump, whomever, no one announces 2024 until we get through December 6th. Do you see the former president? A need for him to go to Georgia? I think we've got to make strategic calculations. Governor desantis, I think he should be welcome to the state given what happened last night. You've got to look at the realities on the ground and Herschel Walker. We've got to win the Senate. That's it, guys. So we got to win the Senate, but the man who got 70 more 74 million votes shouldn't go to Georgia. What's the logic there Caylee? I'm curious, I might have to text you for you to explain that to me.
Kari Lake Is Within Striking Distance of Victory in Arizona
"Within striking distance of the target. I know you've got to get back to your team to actually formally win the election that you've already won, but last one last question. Your opponent has to certify her loss against you. That's just insane. Oh, well, absolutely. I mean, and I'm sure she will, because that's her job. And it'll be very obvious that she lost. But we've been asking her to recuse herself since we got into this race. It's not right. If you're running for governor that you're controlling the race, that you have anything to say that our elections. The whole system is messed up. And that's why when we get into office, we're going to pass legislation that prevents the Secretary of State from having anything to do with an election that he or she is part of. We'll have to legislate that, unfortunately, and we will return to election day. We're no longer going to have a election month in Arizona where we're counting ballots then for an additional one to two weeks. It's outrageous.
Kari Lake: We've Got Bad Elections and We Need to Reform Them
"A can of warpath like they have never seen before and I can't wait. Well, guess what? Why don't we connect 3 million patriots to her right now? Carrie Lake are you there? I'm here, Sebastian. All right, so we need to we need some good news from the ground in Arizona. We had homie Dylan yesterday say the GOP was running things, but they ran out of stinking printer cartridges for the ballots. What is going on, Carrie? You know, it's just the same garbage. We've been dealing with since 2020. And we tried to sound the alarm. I've been talking about it since the 2020 election. And everyone, the press, the fake news, tries to destroy anybody who spoke up. Oh, no, it was a perfect election. Don't look here. No problems here. We've got that elections. And we need to reform them. And what happened on election day was inexcusable, they can call it and mistake and honest mistake it's ineptitude to a level that is unacceptable. And we will no longer accept this in Arizona. It's embarrassing. And it's disenfranchising voters, frankly, when more than a third of our polling places had equipment that didn't work, we've got a major problem. And so now what we're doing is we're waiting for Maricopa County to count votes and they're going molasses slow. And we have over 600,000 probably closer to 650,000 ballots left to be counted. And of those closer to 400,000 are ballots that people had as mail in ballots, they walked them in on election day. They didn't want to put them in the Dropbox. They didn't want to put them on the mailbox. They walked them in. We believe we're going to get the major chunk of those votes, but they are not counting them yet, then slow walking this. And the
Two late interceptions help Tua Tagovailoa, Dolphins beat Steelers: Here's what we learned
"The dolphins entered a three game skid with two interceptions of Kenny Pickett in the closing minutes of their 1610 victory over the Steelers Pittsburgh was at the Miami 30 when javon Holland picked off picket and returned it 33 yards The second interception occurred after the Steelers got to the dolphins 25 to a ton of valoa returned from a concussion and threw an 8 yard TD pass to Raheem mostert on Miami's opening drive Ton of valoa was 21 of 35 for 261 yards Pickett was picked off three times while going 32 of 44 for 257 yards and a score I'm Dave ferry
"raheem" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Is there. Get a quote today. We're also brought to you by the ringer, podcast network, where we launched our second local sports podcast. Of the past couple of weeks. You know, off the pike with Brian Barrett, our Boston sports podcast, which is off to a great start. I think I'm hopping on there win or lose after Sunday's pass game. Just for like 15 minutes to vent. Or to celebrate. Who knows? Who knows what's going to happen? We also launched the ringers Philly special. I hate the title. It just burns an amber to my soul. But I think it's going to be an awesome podcast. Sheila kapadia and Ben solak there, breaking down the eagles all week on that feed to celebrate the launch. And then during the season, Sundays, Sheila and Ben are going to be reacting to whatever the eagles game happened unless it's Monday night. And then during the week they're going to have a mid week kind of state of the eagles every week. And we'll see. A lot of people like the eagles this year as a Super Bowl contender. So that's happening. And then once the sixers season gets a little closer, we'll have some announcements on that. But that feed is going to be pretty loudly. Boston Philly. We have New York New York with John justi. And then the full go with a depressed Jason gough, who is hoping the bears don't go in 17. Maybe though it's some games. Who knows? So we have all that. We also have slow news day moving into video podcast form with Kevin quark. That launched this week. He's going to be on the podcast in a second to talk about it. We're going to try to figure out the best sleeper of the 2022 season. One of my favorite exercises. It always has to be an out of nowhere team. You can't say like the saints are asleep. It can't be a team that's been discussed. It has to be a team that people held up, they sniffed, they made a look, a gross look on their face, and then they discarded it. So I'm going to explain to you why I feel very strongly about who this year's sleepers, because they check all the boxes on my little formula that I have dated back to the 2000s when I was writing for ESPN dot com. So Kevin Clark, then Raheem Palmer from the ringer gambling show, we're going to, he's going to give his take on the biggest sleeper and then we're going to talk about some week one value before we head toward the end of the week and where the sharps are gone. And then last but not least, somebody I've wanted to have on for a long time. Heidi Gardner from Saturday Night Live who is a massive chiefs fan love sports and I heard her on another podcast and I got jealous. So she's coming on. And it's really fun. It was great to see her. So there you go. Action packed podcast, but before we get to it, I have an early $1 million pick for you. It's a little I'm jumping the gun. Usually we're going to be doing a $1 million picks this year on Thursdays. Peter schrager and Ben solak are going to be part of it this year. Slightly revamped system, but it's all going to lead to the same place. My Friends. But I couldn't resist. The Thursday podcast is going to go up probably after the rams game because I want to react to it. So I want to get in on that rams game. I have been making the case for the last couple of weeks that I think the bills are a contender. I think they are one of the 7 or 8 Super Bowl teams that could make it happen. But I don't know why they are being discussed as the contender to the point that they're now favored in this rams game. Which is in LA. I don't understand it at all. I just don't get the value. I would have this game as either a pick them or a rams by one. And if I had to pick who's going to win, I would pick the ramp. So what we're going to do, just have some fun with $1 million picks on Thursday. The rams are plus two and a half on FanDuel. We're going to tease them to 8 and a half, 6 point tees. So rams, plus 8 and a half, and we are going to tease them with the Kansas City Chiefs because I'm not all in enough on them this season. But we are going to tease them. Kansas City is in Arizona. They're laying 5 and a half points that lines moved a little bit. And we're going to tease them down to plus zero and a half. So that's it. 200 and $50,000 to start the season. As part of a $1 million picks, rams, plus 8 and a half, chiefs, plus zero and a half. So basically they just have to win by one or tie. And that is how we're starting off with a little appetizer, like a little pigs in the blanket for $1 million picks, and we're going to talk about that game with Raheem Palmer a little bit later. Kevin carton up next, then Heidi Gardner asked, looking forward to it. I think we need to bring in our Friends from pro jam. All right, what a summer for Kevin park. Ringer
Raheem Kassam Reacts to Liz Cheney’s Crushing Defeat in Wyoming
"With this right now is a great American patriot very smart love following his commentary. I think it's his first time on the program. Raheem joins us Raheem kassam remi, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you for having me. Yeah, you bet. Thank you. So you wanna talk about this Liz Cheney story in The New York Times. And it's in the ways that countless Cheney won your thoughts on this. I have a lot of thoughts on this Charlie. So it originally I thought to myself on our talking about Liz Cheney. Liz Cheney wants us talking about Liz Cheney. So my instinct in that is to say, no, actually, I don't really want to talk about Liz Cheney, but then I was sitting around last night in bringing to spin this one, so I started to look at the returns in from Wyoming themselves. Look at the commentary around her and of course we've got this amazing, amazing. I mean, bro I've had in months and months and months on article in The New York Times today by Frank Bruni, which said Liz Cheney won in the way that Liz Cheney won. Well, let me consoling themselves right now, having lost all of their impeachment managers, having lost all of the people at all. Every single one almost of them are gone out of Congress already. And the controlling themselves is that they accused us of our side of back in 2020. But there were two one in Wyoming and by two ways, I mean two counties. Now there was one county orbiting county reported an oddball in Wyoming. But the more interesting story is what I think of the entire battle going on in America right now. And that's teton county. Wyoming. County in America is the only county that Liz Cheney carried with any reasonable margin that she can say I absolutely won that one. The average income is three hundred thousand dollars.
"raheem" Discussed on ESPN FC
"On the potential signing of the Dutch international run. Yeah, I mean, you certainly there, top target, then I was coming in and said that he wants to strengthen the midfield, obviously the younger the player that he knows welcome ix. You write Barcelona are looking to sell in that they've got their own financial problems that they need to solve and they need to raise money for their own business if they want to in the summer. I think ultimately this is one that looks like it will get done eventually united are desperate to sign in Barcelona desperate to sell at the moment. There is a little bit of a standoff in terms of fee. United don't want to blow a massive portion of their budget on one player, Barcelona wants to get the highest value that they possibly can because they don't want to sell a load of other players to have to raise money for the summer. So it may be one that's drawn out we're told that united in Barcelona talking as we speak to try and get a compromise over the fee hopefully at some stage of the united anyway, this one gets done because the longer this drug is on the longer it goes without assigning the funds are just going to get more and more frustrated. I was just going to ask rob a quick question being the main what Richard Arnold has said, rob and the money might be a little bit tighter than normal. Do you know a ten hugs made any decisions on the club are Hawking around any of the current players to try and try and raise some of these finances? Yeah, I mean that's certainly going on. You'll know that they've saved a lot on the wage budget with punk believe in Jesse Lingard, mathematics, the likes of those players have all gone, but they're also plays currently still in the first team squad who are all available for transfer and dean Henderson is one of those Eric Bai Anthony Marshall is another in an ideal world united would raise a little bit of money from selling those fringe players. The problem is, again, though, that the way united have been run over the last ten years, all these players are on massive one contracts with huge wages. So the bikes of anti marshal go on the face of it is a very talented boy, probably worth 50 or 60 million on the open market. You know, I just aren't going to get that for him. He had a poor loan spell at Seville. He's on a huge contract in massive wages at United, and no one's going to pay that. So they're looking to sell him all or loan him. There's not much of a market for these players. Rob Dawson, thank you very much for joining us for the first time, hopefully, we'll speak more throughout the summer..
"raheem" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Saying this. We have spent 1 billion pounds on players more than anyone in Europe. I'm not thrilled with where we are and it does not sit easily on whether we can get sorted for the future. We've blown through an enormous amount of money for this summer, the money that the manager and the director of football once is there for the future for investing in a new stadium and that sort of stuff to get 250 million pound training ground. We have got to do something. We've got to go get investors in. Right. Let's welcome for the very first time to the show to discuss this rock Dawson is here. You'll be familiar with his work. Over on the website very much in the know when it comes to Manchester clubs. I find this quite interesting how this came about because some united fans went into his house to protest, as you do, went to the pub, he found out they'd get a protest, met them at the pub. Chatted to them. They secretly recorded it, and here we are. Well, yeah. That's it. You know, they did. A group of funds wanted to protest at his house. They met to meet and gather in the pub, Richard Arnold found out. He went down to head them off to talk to them to kind of give them a chance to wear their views to give you a side of the story. Obviously the way the world these days it's been secretly filmed and ended up all over social media and now we're in a situation where you've got the CEO depart defending the owners and criticizing them, talking about transfers and transfer policy in the future. And it's just a symptom of where this club isn't the moment. There's an awful lot of frustration on all sides from the fans from the club everywhere. You know, simply because they're not winning. It's a sentiment that a lot of fans obviously have been saying for a while, the mess at the club is in. What struck you from these clubs the most that maybe surprise you coming from the united CEO. I think that the most surprising thing is that there was a little bit of criticism of the owners. It wasn't explicit and you didn't go as far obviously as some united fans would have liked. But there was an acknowledgment that there is something wrong there. And that's really the first time that we've heard the united executive talk in that way. And obviously, you felt a little bit more free, perhaps because it's in an informal setting. I don't think it'll give fans an awful lot of hope that the glazers are about to sell up. He did say that they were aware of the protests that had happened last year and continued throughout, but they weren't particularly scared of that. The one thing he did see to suggest was that the united fans targeted sponsors the sponsors that attach themselves to man united and pump the money into the united but maybe something would happen there, but this wasn't certainly something I was sitting there and saying that you're on the right track. Keep going and they're going to sell it. But again, it was a little bit surprising but what's a little criticism? Because as I say, it's the first time that we've heard that from the united executives. But he also stated, of course, that they've spent 1 billion pounds. So why so critical of owners that have invested that sort of money? Yeah, I mean, with regards to that, it is a bit of a double edged sword because they have spent more than a billion pounds on transfers alone in the last ten years. And that is in line with the likes of city and Chelsea. On the other side of that is the united fans have seen the glazer family take out dividends for themselves at different stages. We can all see that when the accounts get published and united funds will say that that's all very well when the club are winning and are successful. But when the club aren't winning and they want to see more investment, why would the glazes end continue to take money out? Both sides of that point are valid. No one's suggesting that the glazers haven't invested in man united, but they've pumped an awful lot of well, not of their own money, but they have money there to spend on transfers. That said, you know, united funds are looking at this and going, well, we're not winning anything. We need more investment. We need better players. We need better training ground. We need a better stadium. Why are you continuing to take money out? So you can see both sides of that argument. It's just a mess everywhere, isn't it? Well, it's a business and business people wanted to take the dividends, but it's not a normal business. It's a football business. Fancy, a little differently, to the normal corporate world. And when there's not a success that this club has aspired to and has produced over the years, certainly in the last, well, not so much the last 7 or 8, but the previous 15 or 20 before that. Then there's a frustration that funds either, I think, that people shouldn't be taking money out of the club when there's little success. So business owners and fans see a different way. What we do know is we have a new manager. We'll need a really, really good budget. Well, we've just seen mindset saying the best striker arguably young striker on the planet. We've seen Liverpool saying another up and coming youngster from Portugal, 22 year old for a big money. And all we've got from united at the moment is a CEO organ down the pop and been recorded. I think frustrating from a fan's perspective of your man united, there's no quick fix to seeing them being challenging and how far up the top four next year. That could change in the summer, by the way. If they have some really good transfer targets, and they're able to pull it off. But yeah, I'm all for people at club mixing their fines and talking to them, but sometimes going down the pub and just having it out with some Panthers is not always the best thing to do. At the same time, while I support France protesting, I draw the line and go into somebody's house that realizes his family there. So Richard Arnold, I think, as much as you can be critical of him of meeting fans down the pub..
"raheem" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Around Europe. Certainly, like I said, if Chelsea want to move to a slightly different setup, I think, you know, right now, you look at the Chelsea squad, you're too down in terms of starting central defenders in Christensen and rudiger. Right now, if you're going to play it back three, you've got two kids and a 37 year old Thiago Silva back there. And nobody else. It's like three down if you want to count. It's a fight that doesn't end up resigning. So I would have thought those would be priorities and I would have thought they'd be looking to shift some of those many wingers stroke attacking midfielders that they have from Zia to pulisic to Hudson and instead of adding to them. It's tough to discern at what point this is agent talked intermediary talk but certainly with Lukaku leaving, I would assume that they need to look at center forward showing. I didn't mention this, but Armando bras is somebody that they felt did really, really well last year at Southampton. And if you're going to stick with Harvard as your center forward, I think you could do you could certainly do well with somebody like brogden as a backup, have them take those minutes in those situations. And he does have, of course, that physical presence as well. Do you want den ballet, Frank? I do. I do the dembele from Dortmund. I would say. Well, yes, of course. Exactly the same thing. But now the thing, the thing is an absolutely fantastic player if you can have the hope of consistency coming from him, which is never been the case, you know, since he's signed for Barcelona. So sometimes you see some absolutely fantastic things for.
Will Chamberlain on Ronald Reagan's Favorite Magazine 'Human Events'
"Before we talk about big tech, you were the publisher, human events, fabulous, and newspaper. For those who are not familiar with it, because it's like this silent conservative success story, what say a little bit about human events before we move on to big tech. Oh, sure, yeah. It was Ronald Reagan favorite magazine, but it was basically defunct for about 5 years from about 2014 to 2019. At the time I bought it with Raheem kassam and had him as EIC. We split pretty quickly, but I think we brought back a very higher a little bit of a higher aesthetic. A lot of the early human events articles, especially when I was publishing, were really beautiful art from Ian miles Chong, who's actually on Twitter, one of his most people know I'm just from his tweets, but you wouldn't know that he's actually a very talented graphic artist. And so much of the beautiful art that was on the articles was there. And we just had a lot of very good interesting contributions. I was really trying to push at the time, push the right towards this kind of more almost like pragmatic ruthlessness and achieving things. It kind of connects to big tech because when I was on the aggressive action on big tech, bandwagon back in 2018, 2019 when most conservatives, I think we're still a little hesitant about trying to regulate it because they come from this predisposition. Small government, small government type thing. And we were just really trying to push, no, no, no, that's, in this case, that's a self defeating principle.
"raheem" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"They're not impacting our lives. And being expressed in some other way that is healthier on unhealthy, you know, it doesn't mean they're not there. So that's one thing, right? How do we solve probably had that feeling where we blow up on someone? And then we sit and think, where did that come from? Why did I just do that? And for me, if I trace something and outburst back, I'll be like, oh, those feelings were there. I just, I wasn't tending to them, so they said, let me take care of myself. I'm coming out somehow some way. So there's that, right? So we're choosing the discomfort, right? And so resting can be uncomfortable. This is why I always suggest the moving steel, like slowing down and then coming to a stop if you're trying to start a rest or meditation practice versus I'm just going to halt. Because the heart is jarring on a physical level, you have to mentally calibrate toward a different way of moving. And some of that discomfort that arises can be mitigated by not coming to a complete halt but slowing down first and stopping. If you're trying to rest, if that makes sense. But so yes, so when we rest, things, they come up to the surface to be revealed. Yeah. But the thing that if we actually engage the practice happens, sometimes pretty immediately, they moved too. It doesn't stay that way. You know, if we can meet the discomfort for a moment or two, then we have a moment where we're like, oh, wow, that feels really good. Then something else uncomfortable comes up, then we have another one. And that's just the practice. I think part of why it becomes challenging is we're like, well, this is supposed to just feel like spawn day forever. Well, don't you think that what burnout is or does this resonate with you? It's when all it's when all of the negative and positive feelings and emotions that usually move through you have collided and frozen and you have no ability to move them. That does resonate with me. And so here's a paradox. That one way of moving those things is to be still. It is, isn't it? And that's not always true, you know? Like I went for a walk this morning and that helped to move, you know, some frustrations from earlier in the morning. It's both in. We need some kind of supportive movement in our life and we also need a way to sit and not be doing so to speak. And part of that is just, I'm not a scientist. I'm not about to be on your front. Like I'm a scientist, right? But just think about the process of digesting food, right? So stillness, the pause is a place of integration and assimilation. And if we use this metaphor of eating, if we're just consuming consuming consuming and there is no opportunity for the body to go, okay, that's nourishing less retain that. That's not going to be helpful. Let's process that some more and then eliminate it. We know what it feels like. Things get backed up. We know what it feels like when there's no point our way for us to assimilate. In terms of living in life and experience, the pause is the place of assimilation. Is that it's the place that allows that to really begin to happen. And when we're constantly just eating, I'm going to say the food of life, the food of experience, the food of parenting, the food of partnering, and there is no real place for us to have a pause and be in to start to take in. What was nourishing from that interaction or that experience? And what do I really need to let go? Then we're just overloaded. It's like, we literally need the past. It's kind of not optional we're treating it like it's optional and then something happens. Something happens that makes us have to take a pause. And most of us ask what it is. We don't rest until we're mate to rest. You know, until it's like the fingers wagged and we're putting time out. Yeah. You know, we're so focused on productivity in our culture. And productivity is critical to work. And we are often looking for ways to be more productive. And I wouldn't pass judgment on that. That is how we get to the realization of purpose. But I would suggest that too often we associate busyness with productivity rather than understanding that a successful way of being productive might actually be to be less busy. So one of my favorite things to say to see is I'm not the yaml purpose. And I knew that, you know, like I framed my work around this mission. I say I'm on a mission to change the way we work, live and love, want a well rested person to organization at a time. And so for me, here's the purpose. And when I get requests start inquiries, all these things that come at me on a daily basis, I go, is that in alignment with this purpose? It might seem like a good idea, all of that, but does it actually support this greater mission I have? I was busy when I was just yes to everything in my inbox. Just to everybody. And if I stop to think, well, why am I saying it just to this? What is this moving forward? I probably wouldn't have had a good answer. If there is one big idea that you and our listeners to come away with that they can put into practice in their own lives wherever they are in the journey, what would it be? To trust the pause. And to trust that they can pause. And what that looks like is what I just did. I took one breath. You know, to trust, they have Rome spacetime and me to take the one breath and then move forward. That was Octavia Raheem, author of pause rest bee, stillness practices for courage in times of change. You can find it wherever books are sold. A few days after our conversation in Octavia invited me to a zoom session to rest with her, literally to walk through a brief guided meditation and just chill out. And I'll tell you, I almost canceled. In a terrible headache that day, my daughter had been up teething half the night. I was so behind an emails and everything else, but I showed up, and the guided meditation and full rest took less than ten minutes. I left with a sense of clarity about how to spend my afternoon. And the headache completely disappeared. So I would just ask you, right now, what are you doing to rest? Come talk about it with us on office hours. We'll share helpful tips and stories of our own journeys to rest. Join us for office hours on Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. eastern. You can find us on the LinkedIn news page or email us for a link at hello Monday at LinkedIn dot com. And as always, if you like the show, please rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen. It really does help us so much. Hello Monday is the production of LinkedIn. The show is produced by taisha Henry with help from Wesley wingo. Joe digi mixture show Florentine is head of original audio and video. Dave pond is our technical director. Mikaela Greer and Victoria Taylor deserve a rest. But don't we all. Our music was composed just for us by the mysterious Prague master cylinder. Dan Roth is the editor in chief of LinkedIn, and Sarah storm remains, our fairy godmother. I'm Jesse hemple, see you next Monday. Thanks for listening. You said your.
"raheem" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"Create, learn more at IBM dot com. And we're back. Octavia understands the importance of rest. But she's human. And like us, she lives in 2022. She knows that the state of being isn't easy for most of us. We're all just trying to do too much too fast. Someone might go, well, it was only trying for 5 minutes, and I'm like, well, that might feel to your brain into your life into your schedule like a thousand minutes. So one way I really wrote this book. I didn't want to write a book that required a long sitting to read. I wanted to write a book that you could turn to any page, read a sentence or that one page, and be like, okay, I'm good. And so I invite people in terms of the book to reframe it from something to complete versus something to experience in journey through. And before we hit record, I was talking to you about this idea of scaffolding. If we are running a 100 mph to try to go to zero in any context, would actually create more stress. Yeah. Right. We all know that. We try to add something that's going to be so good for me to feel better. I'm going to be well when I do this, but now the thing I'm doing to de stress is creating so much damn stretch. Then I'm not going to do it. Yeah. I'm not going to do it. I thought, yeah, honor and acknowledge that this is the pitch of many folks lives, right? And I invite people to go, okay. I'm on one ten right now. I don't have a rest practice I need it because it's goodness knows I'm up to here. You know, what is the what's unnatural progression from the frenetic way of being? That's.
"raheem" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn
"I remember how quickly it happened. One day, I was complaining about banal stuff like a slow subway. The next, I felt painfully aware of just how fragile and precious life can be. And in the time since, the very nature of the way that I have thought about work has changed. We praise the hustle less. Instead, we talk about health and happiness. So many of hello Monday's listeners, you all. You're looking for something that I'm looking for, a rich, fulfilling career that also allows me a balanced life. That's why this year's theme for all of hello Monday is reinvention. You see, we've all had to adapt. We've had to change. Often against our will, but this year, this year we're choosing our changes. Figuring out what works for us. But here's something important to know. If you've been conditioned to the hustle, working to the point of burnout, changing jobs, it isn't going to fix your problems. Not unless you change yourself. Today's guest is Octavia Raheem. Her book is pause rest B stillness practices for courage during times of change. Octavia advises companies on how to incorporate rest in stillness into the lives of their employees. She has so much to show us about how to shift our our own approach to everything. To start, I ask Octavia about her own journey to find rest. The brief version of it was these extended workdays. And these extended workout days. My day would start at four 35 a.m. and usually in that 1130 or midnight. And now I think what was could I what was I doing, but I know teaching, grading papers, working a second job working out, you know, squeezing everything I could into a 24 hour period. And ultimately, I landed in the hospital with this condition called rhabdomyolysis that, you know, ultra, some ultra marathon runners get this. I had never heard of rhabdomyolysis until I read about it in your book. And what it is is this rapid muscular breakdown that can overload the kidneys and potentially lock them down, sending you into kidney failure, which if not caught soon enough, we know what the outcome can be. And I was, I was not in a great space. I was in the space of doctors, like, if you had not come to the hospital, you know, two day, this would have turned out fatally for you. And so I'm at my healthiest and air quotes at my, I look the best I should show you a picture from that but clearly on the inside, something was completely out of balance. I had worked myself and worked out to the point that I'm hospitalized. And I had this nurse come in who says, why are you in here? And I'm so irritated with her. I'm like, you have my chart, you know what I'm in here. And ultimately, she administering medicine and also ministering to my soul. She asked me, what are you running from? Why are you doing all of this? Do you literally have to live this way? And those are relatively simple benign questions in this one sense, but I hadn't considered, does it have to be this way? And that was a question I live with daily. I love a good to do list, but I love a good spreadsheet. I love all those things. But one of my favorite things to do with myself and organizations to look at the things and go, does it have to be this way? Does that have to be right there? Do I have to do that? Do you know? Does it have to be done right now, you know? And so this nurse asked me those questions and it literally changed changed my life. She was like, well, you have to do something that's nothing. You know? And then she told me the scripture that I kind of walked with, if I might share, and that is be still a no. You know, this idea of like there's some knowing and wisdom and intuition, you're only going to access and still miss so how about you stop running and staying here still enough for what you're chasing to have room and space to find you? I came to rest kicking and screaming or rather to be more accurate laid up in a hospital bed. It took all of that for me to finally realize that the way I was living was a sustainable and at the heart of what I do and teaching share is sustainability. The way most of us are living really the question becomes how long can we do this? How long can our relationships bear this? How long can our organizations bear this level of doing, you know, before something falls apart or someone falls apart? It's not sustainable. You know, and so when I talk about rest and teach about rest and hold people in that space arrest is really about how do we make the way we live and are on this planet and with each other more sustainable. Which for me, Octavia describes perfectly why right now is the right moment to have you on our show. We've just come through this really tough time. And in the last year, a lot of folks have just gone in quit their jobs. They have been so burnt out and so miserable and what they have known is I don't want to live that way. I don't want to do that thing. But where a lot of people are now caught is where am I moving toward? What do I want to do? And we talk on the show about a lot of structural ways to get to the bottom of that question. And those are all important, whether it's working with the job coach or framing and thinking about your work differently, but even before you get there. You have to create the space to allow yourself knowing to allow yourself the ability to perceive the change. Does that make sense? It makes so much sense and it's so well stated. I also heard that the question I would have for someone who just quit, right? So you quit now what? And the answer to that now what is likely not going to completely come from an external force because that external force is ultimately kind of what pushed you out. You're like, I listened to all of that. I followed all those rules. I did all of those things. And you know, I think some people are quitting from sheer burnout. And I also think some people are quitting because they do. They want more purpose feel work. And to hear that purpose, where are you going to hear it from? Is it going to come from, it might come from the outside, but it is likely that you need a good old sit down with yourself and your heart, you might need to journal, I believe there's a reservoir of wisdom within us. And most of the time we're very externally driven and taking our cues from the external world to the point that it muddies the still small voice, if you will. This whisper that might say, hey, hey, take this left and that left might be like, well, it doesn't really make complete sense. And then you might open it. Yeah, yeah. You know, we had this really amazing woman on this show. A couple years ago now in our first season. And I had her on the show because she was such a massive achiever. She had been the CEO of burberry and saved barbary from extinction, and then she'd gone on to join Apple where she was the highest paid woman in all of Apple. And I wanted to get to the bottom of her success. And I was like, well, you know, are you are you great with numbers? Are you great with spreadsheets? Like, how'd you do that? Oh, it was all intuition. And that was, at that point, on the journey that I was on, a little terrifying, I kept looking for another answer. I was like, back it up. But she just spoke about the importance.
There's a Huge Update on This BioLab Story...
"So the story emerged a few weeks ago and there was a chronology to it Bio labs in Ukraine story starts to pop First of course like every good left this they said well anyone talking to access anything Compared to so once they say conspiracy theory I'm like oh my gosh something's definitely there Maybe a conspiracy but it's not a theory if the left says so So I'm like let me start looking into this So I do some homework turns out the stories in fact accurate that there are bio labs in Ukraine Then I'm told that if you dare ask the question about these bio labs potentially producing dangerous materials and even worse my gosh bioweapons if you ask that you will definitely be called a conspiracy theorist which said to me now's the time to double down and ask even more questions about this So the national pulse Natalie winners and Raheem kassam turns out they did a little digging about this Probably did the digging for the same reasons I do digging on stories because when the left freaks out again you can almost be guaranteed the story's true So first on one specific angle Jim queue up for me cut 6 I was wondering why the Biden administration first was so eager to make the story about bio the bio labs existence at all in Ukraine go away Forget the hunter angle for a second I'm going to get to that in a second That's obviously critical But I was like what's the problem Well it turns out Tucker Carlson did some digging too Spoke to some sources And as it turns out there are bio labs and bioweapons facilities around the world And one of the reasons your taxpayer dollars are funding some of it is because of this Jim play cut 6 Why exactly are we paying for bio labs in Ukraine of all places How long has this been going on And what's the purpose of it So he started poking around to find out We did We just spoke to someone who knows the answer to this question someone with direct firsthand knowledge of this topic It turns out that our government has for some time funded biolabs in Ukraine that do among other things research on yes biological weapons This is not a conspiracy theory It's true So why is the U.S. government doing this In Ukraine the answer because no one wants to do bioweapons research in this country It's too dangerous and it's too unpopular For decades the U.S. government worked on bioweapons at places like fort Dietrich and suburban Maryland or underground at the army's dugway proving ground outside Salt Lake City But after a series of accidents and controversies the government decided to move bioweapons research offshore Ukraine among other countries was a perfect place to relocate Because Ukraine is not a democracy the Ukrainian government can host all the bioweapons research at once There's nothing ordinary Ukrainians can do about
New Election Review Details Voter Fraud At Nursing Homes
"I want to actually finish the first report I was talking about. They're tied together. So there was this special counsel that was launched in Wisconsin to try to get to the bottom of what happened in Wisconsin in the 2020 election and found out that Zuckerberg broke the law. The center for technology is civic life broke the law, and the Wisconsin special counsel found that 91 nursing homes had 95% to a 100% voter turn. I mean, you have a 100% voter turnout in a nursing home. That's insane. We're supposed to kind of take it. And this should be nationwide news. This is an open invite to any Democrat that wants to come on this program. Please justify to me. How a nursing home can have 100% voter turnout. That is what an independent nonpartisan nonpolitical special counsel has issued in his report. This is not QAnon. It's not some right wing thing. This is a nonpartisan former Supreme Court Justice in Wisconsin, who has a pretty amazing reputation to defend. The Guardian, of course, we should cite foreign papers when we talk about our election says widely criticized Wisconsin report Raheem repeats falsehoods and argument to decertify the 2020 election. Of course, they don't get into the fact that at nursing homes, they have a hundred percent voter turnout at some of the 95 to a 100% voter turnout at 91 of them. So it's very simple. Our thesis and the reporter is American Sam Levine from New York City. Art thesis remains the same. Who is the same on November 8th 2020? It's now the same a year and a half later, which is this. Which is that there was an operation, first and foremost to increase the supply of the ballots. Dare I say inflate the amount of ballots out there debased the value of ballots increase the supply. When you increase the supply of ballots, you then increase the opportunity for criminals and crooks to be able to intercept those ballots and launder them through the system.
Who Is Investigative Reporter Natalie Winters?
"And Natalie winters. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much for having me back. You are absolutely welcome as one of the few people writing the truth about communist China about farmer about Fauci, the Dory is always open to you and your colleagues at the national park. For those who aren't familiar with your work, I want everybody to follow an athlete right now on Twitter at Natalie G winters. It's also the national pulse dot com. Read her writings, Raheem kassam and colleagues, but for everybody who is new to one on one for our audience of millions of lessons in the views across the country. We like to start with a little bit of an introduction to. So tell us about your long, long career, Natalie. What you're doing right now and how you ended up as an investigative reporter for the national pulse. While growing up, as I'm sure many people listening feel the same way, I was really disheartened with the state of journalism in America. It seemed that there was never any facts being told by people. It was always just narratives and agendas being pushed by these huge corporate media outlets. So I kind of looked around and saw that there really was an open market, not just a market of ideas, but just an untapped avenue for true solid and fact based investigative reporting. So that was kind of what I started doing. I've been doing it for a little over a year now. But as I started to kind of try to untangle and really unweave some of these very, very murky conflicts of interest that we see, not just in our nation's capital, but really throughout the beltway throughout the country and I think amidst this pandemic we're learning throughout the globe. There are some kind of repeat offenders when it comes to the people who are responsible for I think the assault that we've seen on a lot of our freedoms and civil liberties that we've come to expect as Americans. And I think that the Chinese Communist Party, which is what I focus most of my investigative reporting on is responsible for a lot of this, I would say crackdown and just kind of lack of care for I think the principles and fundamentals that made America America
"raheem" Discussed on WTOP
"To Dave Preston Med's college basketball Georgetown at number 21 Providence trailing 55 to 42 now the hoyas began the first half with ten straight misses They come out of halftime and miss 11 of 15 shots Donald Kerry has 13 points to face Georgetown but their down double digits now 55 42 with 12 minutes to play in regulation Women's college basketball 12th ranked Maryland trailing Ohio State 1710 three minutes to plan the first quarter Karen Blair is the acting head coach on his Brenda freezes at her father's funeral in Iowa NHL capitals visiting Boston next to our VTEC van acheck starts in goal for head coach Peter lavey line I think he's played well in his last two games And you know like we've mentioned it from the start and we're looking for somebody to grab that And find some consistency with that Bruins beat the cap 7 three but that was ten days ago 7 p.m. face off on 1500 a.m. NFL former Washington assistants Raheem Morris and Kevin O'Connell will interview for the Minnesota coaching vacancy Meanwhile WTF's rob wood fork has been watching the playoffs he has a wish list for the burgundy and gold I would like to see Curtis Samuel do that debo Samuel role here in Washington especially if they are not able to get that long-term solution at quarterback Go inside the D.C. sports huddle on the sports page at WT dot com more on the podcast D.C. app apple or wherever you get your podcast baseball Madison and the nationals name former player Kevin France and as the team's color commentator for their TV games this year Dave Preston WTF eSports Thank you Dave up ahead A huge indoor event gets underway in the face of the pandemic I'm John Aaron That's after traffic and weather 6 17 Finding the right person for the job isn't easy Just ask someone who hired their personal trainer as a caterer.
"raheem" Discussed on Ringer FC
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"raheem" Discussed on Ringer FC
"Building a lot easier. So you can't jump and change. It's not as nice as easy. Him as an individual with what he's emerged as in terms of like a spokesperson as well and a lot of work that he does off the pitch. I just think for someone who has been so routinely just dragged through all forms of media in the UK and consistently bounced back takes a hell of a lot of resilience a lot of people have changed the discourse totally. Absolutely. And I'll never forget the iconic quote about him, banning his kid from watching Peppa pig his peppers. Sassy bitch. He said he said that he said he didn't want his son to watch pepper big because pepper pig's rude to her parents and he doesn't like it. And it makes sense. You know, that is true. Honestly, when you listen to it, when you see your guys, you see my girls getting asked them. Just like about Peppa pig. The reason why I didn't like Peppa pig right from the start because girls used to watch you in as younger and Peppa pig with a little feistiness would say I would tell her that to shush study talk to her dad like their friends. I said Nazi we can't watch this. So we can't watch this Chicago. She's telling her that to shush. That was the vision for Raheem Raheem knew early on. Before the anti daddy piga gender was like the dismay discourse, Raheem knew from earlier on the vision to be like, you know, we're going to snap out early because that's my vision. That's who I know now. We will not be watching that. We rap on Raheem plows. Yes. Give him loads of loads and loads of flowers. I wanted to move on for something from this game because we kind of didn't really do it on the but him and as his red card. What it cuts to pep and peps doing that weird inflatable thing outside that car. Peppers.
Raheem Mostert Injury Update: 49ers Running Back Exits vs. Lions With Knee Injury
"He most hurt left the game early for the forty niners as well. It's really just so unfortunate remo serves been plagued by injuries For for years now and and yesterday was no different left. The game early second quarter. I believe only had to What was it to to carries ers only two fantasy points for you. All we knew was that it was his knee kyle. Shanahan said after the game that he was going to get his knee further evaluated when they got to greenbrier. Those who aren't aware forty niners have a game in east coast. They are going to greenbrier and west. Virginia staying there this week for practice so he was expected to give further evaluated when they got there last night. Once we have those results will share them. Shanahan did say he did not He heard that they did not believe it was an acl so they thought that was encouraging but nothing further specific as of yet
"raheem" Discussed on The NFL Show
"Around like that. They're trying to get it right now and they don't know how much time they got to get it. And so i- show respect to the men that i work with bringing that same energy By bringing same urgency as idols focus on. What's going on with me. I just looking to the is it a young man that i work with and as chasing dreams and and trying to make life better for themselves and their family in understanding that if we do our jobs and prepare them and set them up for is significant. There's nothing better than watching a guy you work with live out. His dreams mandate is secure financial security for himself and his family and change the course of generate of life for generations to come. We all been in it long enough now that we can see it in cold. You know Desk that's why we get down like that. That's why we that's why we bring it all on a day to day basis at work because we expect them guys who do the same thing. We want to honor them with urgency of work. That's why you see the response from both these guys. Peter that they get from their players consistently year in and year out. You can't fake that. And they feel it and i always say those who know no and the the players that are in the building working with these guys the coaches on a day-to-day basis. You can't fake it. They see it. And that's why these guys are As great at what they do and even better people and like i said ma'am appreciate you both taking the time guys mean a lot to me and can think of two better guys to wrap up. The flying coach podcast. Peter conned me into doing with them. Such a konczal guys. Sean sean. Ten hours worth of podcast hosting in the off season. I mean this is maybe my greatest greatest achievement yet. It's unbelievable sean. And yet i think you liked it sean. I think you enjoyed it. Conversations like this. Make me enjoy peter. Let's wrap let's wrap with the one thing that we've every coach who's been a guest on this thing and it's been the most rewarding part of this and we'll start with our coach tomlin If there's a twenty one year old coach coaching at the high school level right now. And he's wondering whether he should get involved in this profession. And they get an elevator with raheem morris a bit combine and he says hey coach what. What's your one tip or your one thing you would like to pass along in the next ten seconds that were getting in the elevator. Would you say to that young man or woman as you as you take that ride with them. You know it's funny aspects. That happens all the time to end up my part to give back to these guys of the first emerson does not gonna give just ten seconds on appointed that young man on the way i was forty two about mike tomlin by herm edwards on by lovey smith by robber nellie by monte kiffin by all the guys that that to me joe gardy recipes all those guys investigation and if i came.
"raheem" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
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"raheem" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"What do you mean takes over for mayo. And they get into co- she'll we don't. We don't eat him doing that too. He's doing he's doing just a bang up job as head coach right now but this is a big year where they have. They talked division. Where with a lot of good teams in there that they have to go ten in seven eleven and six if they wanna otherwise. They have to make wholesale changes next. Hey you gotta get rid of their car. You've got to revamp some more receivers in there. And what do you do at josh jacobs. I mean you probably keep him around but you really want to go running back builder on a running back. Usually not the right idea so this is a really big make or break for them where they need to make it to the playoffs and to do a little bit of damage make or break your mayock or for no my mix done if anything happens here okay. Get rid of him. What's what are the chances you get to a game in vegas mccoy works for wind in vegas and i think i'm gonna try to go. Ooh yeah i look if you can find a way to get tickets or i can wait to finally get tickets if you can swing tickets or i can swing tickets. I will go with you. To a raiders. Game go to the dolphins game really isn't snl k. Goes to with clinton goes to all these stadium. I wasn't egitim. Do that like alcohol boy and see like if that's what i'm going to take them right now. Matter of fact about that like siebel here we talked about this once before clinton and both all sodano cap and elza all set. What after the game. I'm going back to my room. And i'm just gonna go lay down. I'm not trying to do that. We were saying we're going in and out at one day. I'll stay on night for sure. A- night yeah on night know. Have some going crashed saturday. Not if you're not what you're saying. So wait raiders raiders. Dolphins the twenty six. Oh this is completely doable. Heck yeah let's make this happen. Yeah i got a bunch of my buddies going to vegas for that game anyway. So so so you're gonna leave us and go hang out with your buddies. I mean guys too. But i mean i'd already planned. The trip is what i'm saying the longer. Gotcha gotcha i mean you guys can hang out with us too. I'm not saying that it's you know. I'm not exclusionary greg. You're you're you're exclusionary is actually at work but the inclusive inclusive saying. You can't hang right. So i mean clinton definitely can hang. I mean you can hang kimmy absolutely i. I've clem before we can hang now. greg. I did screw earlier. I said we were played. Big deal or no deal at six thirty. We offer extensive in the angels game right. Yep that's right so we're gonna play at six fifteen okay. What we have we have calls here still for people. I had told i revealed earlier. There spoke to mason while he's been on vacation two days ago and he did like the boozers thing you could do at a vacation resort and we have people on hold that still want to weigh in on that and guess on that let me go to bat in montebello matt. What's up guys The buddhist thing i can think mason doing is getting a gold flake massage On his face where they put the gold over the face and give you know you are close close so close matt. Thank you for the call guide. So i'm going to let antiguan. Then i'm just going to reveal. We've got a big no deal where playing with. Who from elliott's this week greg. It is with Regime hold on. I had written down stream. Edward edward graduates rehim edwards romances. Yes you really are great career. Andy take the guests for mason before i reveal cucumber in the is your siwi wrap. They're both of. You are so close but they do. He got a mudbath That is yeah. I thought it was. Cucumbers is myself. I really did. Can you mudbound back so he was very relaxed. When.
"raheem" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Know is brought to you by moraga resort and spa good times ninety minutes from wherever you are laura. What do you got all right. So i actually read the story a few days ago and i wanted to share it for the first time. A female sailor has successfully completed the grueling thirty seven week training to become a navy naval. I'm sorry naval special warfare comeback. She's the first woman to do that and she's one of eighteen women who have tried out for the job As a seal to succeed that's amazing. Navy seals are like up there with like the people where you're like that guy's navy seal don't effort that dude you know what i'm saying like i there's no challenging anybody. Who's done that work or done to that training. That is truly impressive. Do you remember an old about portland earlier and damian lillard and all that do you remember dr jack ramsay who also worked at. Espn course. dr. Jack ramsay a navy seal. What's donald trump ramsey navy seal. That man could kill you with his pinky. I didn't know that. I love dr jack. Tremendous blazer game dr j. There's no question. He was laser game before craig. Sager there was doctor jay. Grandma yeah yeah he this so this dude no joke. He lived a long time. You know what. I'm saying like he. I believe he passed i to say like almost ninety years old and up literally offered to almo- in his eighties. This dude would run for like two or three miles a day. Wow insane dr jack. Jack ramsay yeah. There's a movie called navy seals. I wanna say. Charlie sheen was in it charlie. Sheen was in it. Yes that is what you need to brought to you by virago casino resorts and spa. Good times wherever you are ninety minutes from wherever you are so real quick. We were just playing a ridiculous game about who is the most famous person or like the most famous person you'd want to be with your name right. Clinton just well i said who is on the power rankings of our with your name like mine is like i'm not on my own. I've had to name it towards clinton's probably number five hillary clinton's probably number four. Oh those are the last name but those are last names. that'd be influenced guys right. That leads me first. Names i mean. I know but i'm saying the generalized clinton power rankings number. One is clinton portis. That's that's what i was gonna say. I mean i mean if i went with like george with a g. it would be different but it is so i feel like since it is haughty a lot more challenging to find famous. What has what has come out. Accomplished the great one. It is a great one. Yes former soccer star. Hope asada from the yankees. Okay is a good one I'm trying to think outside. Most famous is an excellent one in the broadcast world I'm trying to think if there's anyone else. There's a comedian oregon who's pretty good and work. Yeah yeah there's not a ton not a ton that's only honest with you. That are super famous that you would recognize great so got to it because greg please give us your list. I'm looking like actually i found. Gregory hines gregory hines. That's a good. One gregory hines easily top one. But he top by greg. Could you tap deals. Like gregory hines man. I wish i could tap dance like that. He's insane but then there was like tried to tap you. On is that gregory peck too. But he is a gregory as well right. So when it's just greg's things like greg. Canir greg norman. Here's a good actor man. is greg maddux. I mean these are the i mean. I love greg. Matic's yeah greg maddux sides that like dimmer starting getting into like greg louganis and greg rated history and hold on the guy literally hit his head against the meant dive board and still wanna gold and it's also. His story is incredible lake wealthy. I guess coming out and all this other stuff and like all right. This is a hero. Bro yeah great. All right all right. That's fine the greg oden like he could have been really good injured a lot. He's forty and wanted to be a dentist. That's greg lemond to cheated in the toward france. Probably not the best greg jennings greg jennings lot so bad moments. He had his day. Yeah greg monroe. This is where this is what i got. Not the greatest middle of the road guys. Famous laurel got a couple of girls. You got a couple of bangers you know matic's in heinz. I think are pretty top and career. Greg kinnear is i mean. Listen greg greg kinnear of the station. I feel like greg kinnear was always like hey. I'm showing up. There might be some hijinks. Mike mike go real wrong. You know i'm can here. I'm not sure if that's a compliment. It is it is a compliment late. I don't know why. I thought when you greg kinnear. Wow greg greg our station. Which is fun. the most famous laura. I'm trying to look up here. Because laura's busy doing something i mean. I don't know the host talk soup loud. Cassini laura bush. Yeah yeah laura brannigan singer gotta be other lars that's Yeah i don't. I don't know there's not a lot of great ones. I gotta be honest with you. Sorry loara yes she said. I'm famous. Laura you are famous. Jeff is well gregory do we. Were just talking about role name. Well packing heinz so raiders. Bro like like. What is your expectation like legitimate enter. You always joke sixty two or seventeen in this. Oh this is not like this is not good like this is like they can't fire gruden right and the oem too much money. They're not they don't got that kind of cash. No i think this is if you want me to be honest with it this this is kind of a make or break year because of what we were talking about. How the offense but they're not. They're not celtic.
England Beat Germany as Sterling and Kane Send Them to Euro 2020 Last Eight
"Details of reaction to England's win over Germany. But first let's get the details of the football and the rest of the sport from Andy Barr. Well, England football boss Gareth Southgate praised what he called his sights fabulous performance with that two nil win over Germany in reaching the quarter finals of the rescheduled euro 2020. It was thanks to go from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane, England take on Ukraine in the quarterfinals in Rome this Saturday. Southgate says he'll be keeping his players feet very firmly on the ground. With their fans expecting the team now to go on to lift the trophy, the feeling around the country that we've only got to turn up to win the thing and we know it's going to be an immense challenge from here on so I think the players know that they've been to the later stages before they know how difficult that's been. But of course we we came here with an intention and we have not achieved that yet. Ukraine got
Euro 2020: England Send Germany Out and Ukraine Leave It Late
"Made it to the quarter finals. Of the European Championships and football fans here have been celebrating long into the night in a long time, but we didn't have to go to bed away, so I'm very happy. What was our best result? We're gonna wish for odds before Germany. We're going to store but we just turned the box email is calling on it's gone government or we'll have more details of reaction to England's win over Germany. But first let's get the details of the football and the rest of the sport from Andy Barr. Well, England football boss Gareth Southgate praised what he called his sights fabulous performance with that two nil win over Germany in reaching the quarter finals of the rescheduled euro 2020. It was thanks to go from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane, England take on Ukraine in the quarterfinals in Rome this Saturday. Southgate says he'll be keeping his players feet very firmly on the ground. With their fans expecting the team now to go on to lift the trophy, the feeling around the country that we've only got to turn up to win the thing and we know it's going to be an immense challenge from here on so I think the players know that they've been to the later stages before they know how difficult that's been. But of course we we came here with an intention and we have not achieved that yet. Ukraine got through to the quarter finals of a major tournament for the first time in their history in the round of 16. They beat Sweden to one attempt in Park in Glasgow. They substitute RTM Dahlbeck scored the winner, his first goal for his country and it came in at the time at the end of extra time. Now
England, the Netherlands, and Austria See Victory in Euro 2020 Openers
"Winning their Euro 2020 opener over Croatia, one minute Wembley Stadium as Raheem Sterling scores the 57th minute elsewhere, the Netherlands outlast Ukraine. 3 to 2 last year wins its first ever European Championship match beating North Macedonia 3 to 1. Top
Raheem Mostert, Ben Garland likely headed to injured reserve for 49ers
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