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"rahim" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

03:51 min | 5 months ago

"rahim" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"It was it was horrible. You know. I think that being in comedy is way much harder Acting in a drama. So i audition was when i was a kid actor i i would not have been I was not even hired to play a prophet to be a prophet so up and and the casting director was like okay. Can you make an improvisation about you. Know to be funny and i was. I thought about a french movie in old french movie. And and i was trying to imitate what i what i've seen from the actor and it was so embarrassing. It was like wedding in front of me not even smiley not even a little laugh I wanted to you know. I wanted to disappear banish comedy. Not for me for the moment. Oh you might be the only journalist awful awful and you know when when you get that embarrassed. You don't know how to get out of this digging your own hole you hit the bottom. And he continued continuing. Okay i gotta make this person laugh so they can laugh over you at the time. Oh yeah always twenty six and do do you know it wasn't wasn't a success in the end happened it never happened annoyed. That found the money so I hope this little video will never see. Let me show. no no. We'll see it. I hope yeah. The movie never happened. It didn't happen because they didn't hire you. Yeah maybe excuse me a hard. This is great. Thank you so much. thanks for now. Check after work. I know it's only. It's not even noon. You here in la so it was a pleasure. Amar that was too har- serpents on netflix. Now let's go inside the pages of the magazine with an exclusive in my just variety. Column vice works news celebrating. Pride month by announcing transitional a new series on trans rights the six episode series features trans correspondents reporting stories from around the world. Check it out on the vice news youtube page on june twenty-fourth. That's this week's podcast. Thanks for listening until next time. Don't forget to follow me on twitter and instagram mark. Malcolm and of course check out that weekly column. Just variety in the magazine and online at variety dot com. See you soon for your emmy consideration for outstanding drama series all other categories the. Hbo emmy winning. Original series takes place ten years after the season. Three finale returns for its fourth season with emmy winner. Ozo- deuba the observant and pathetic. Dr brooke taylor the therapists the center of the season. The reimagining of this series is set in present day los angeles and brings diverse trio of patients and session with brooke to help navigate. A variety of modern concerns issues such as the global pandemic and recent major social and cultural shifts are backdrop to the work. Brooke will undertake all while. She deals with complications in her own personal life less odes now streaming on hbo max..

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"rahim" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"rahim" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"It would try to con me. You know. I was like how i when i read the book and all it was like he wouldn't got me if i would meet him. You know so western the mystery about him and yeah of course ethically it was not right out of respect to the victims and the families and Yeah and plus you know what Charles sobhraj if you wanna meet him pay his see above all. I'm gonna give him some money. No way you pay well. That's that is just ego ond and there are people who do it. Of course yeah. So did you. Did you end up meeting a lot of people who were either in his orbit or you know officials who were involved with investigation trying to bring him to justice. How much did you actually go down that rabbit hole trying to at least meet people who knew him who had that contact I deeply thought about meeting all of them all the victims like dominate Nadine nippenburg when. I'm saying meeting them on. I'm talking a real conversation to make my homework and that it was not the right thing to do to build my character because i truly think that each of them has a specific vision of jaws. You know the main Traits of character or the same. But it still with different. I was like i'm maybe i'm going to be misled in a way. I can have three different feelings about it. So i was like okay. You know you've got to him. So i met an dean By chance when she came on set but didn't wanna meet them. I wanted to keep dot mystery. And i knew that if he is still a mystery for me he will be a mystery for the others in a way. I'm going to submit strange. you know. But it's my mic center cuisine. Have have you heard who have you heard from from that time period said in a what you did it. You captured him. Nippenburg the real one nadine and I think were close enough to to him to be To be right you know and Yeah but i i did. I did read what they said about him. I you know. I did my research. And and Yeah meeting them. I felt like you're as an actor. You reach a point. Where the way i work. I do my homework. I put in my backpack. Then when i start shooting. I know it's somewhere inside of me. And my brain and in my buddy i know so the best way to portray to feel three is to forget about it so i can trust my guts. Might it's man had how you go home to your yet. One kid at that point and there you have another baby. Congratulations thank you. Do you not talk. Do you talk about work when you go home or is it something again especially press aside. You really want to talk to your wife about this horrendous him been usually we talk about characters before i started to shoot on. I'm still trying to understand him. Get his psychology. And all what. When i'm in i'm in and i feel like going back home and talking about it i could. You know. I don't wanna bother the at some point in like okay. Can you talk about something different at. You'll life. It's my life to though ghetto but i had to shoot the mauritanian riot afterwards so it was great to get rid of It was a treat to get rid of charles really. Couldn't go do like adam sandler comedy afterwards. I'd love to Tell me about so now. You're you're shooting from arenas is a musical. Am i right on that right yup. So tell me about this product about this musical. Tell me about your dancing and singing. Yeah still sinden. I think i'm not ready yet. You know i'd sing like a cow. You don't wanna hear missing. Are you starring in a musical. Then i'm working a lot to be ready but you know each time. I'm scared and i feel like i could fail. It excites me. So i'm like okay. I want to do it. But i hope i find. Danson is okay. When it's not that hard biggest it is more. It's it's a musical in not like the old fashioned. Hollywood way more of the french way. More or quiet hamlet. Who thought of you to someone who says he thinks like a cow who said hey you should start in this user. Call someone who is yes. I guess a french director who is Who's got his unique vision of a musical because the character is is starts is a bit depressed said and then he will come to light fair happy and at the end of the movie He'll be in in a sort of the expectation of life. You know surrender to what life gives and say a story of the man who is Who is an actor playing in supposed to get married at the beginning of the movie and his wife doesn't show up so get depressed and each time he sees a woman as wife like really he doesn't know if it's his wife or not and the actress will play all the different women in the show. This is very french. Yeah you see a little bit like shaggy me. So are you shooting on the streets of paris. where where are you shooting on. The streets of paris And in some hotels theaters and And we'll move to normandy to the coast by the seats. Which will be good a now. One last fun question for you and i'll let you go. Tell me about the worst audition you ever went on..

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"rahim" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"rahim" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"Something inside of me that could connect with them and in episode three his saying like There's a line and he says If i had to wait for the world to come. I'd be waiting still everything i ever wanted. I had to take and this is what happened to me as an actor. I come from The east of france very small town. None of my siblings family members had something to do with the business. So i had to take my bag in my pocket. Take the train and go get it so yeah so at that two week mark like what did it scare you that you got him because you know again. I know it's acting. I know it's not you. But i'm not an artist so i don't i remember how to use the language correctly. Belykh you become them for at least a moment that you're filming and it's just how did you know what click that said. You know what. I'm ham is it because of what she said that you scared her or there's something inside of you that felt like okay. I got it now. It's an addition of the A couple of things. But the real moment when i felt like okay. I'm him It's a bit strange right so there is a a friend of mine who is playing in the show. I'm an actor and befriended we started to talk and have a couple of drinks. And i liked it and he met someone. Normally i mean this is live can do whatever he wants but inside of me. I felt like he was escaping me. In a way. I felt bad that day. Bad for real and it was happening with your to harmonize. Everybody's sprays do what they wanna do. And when i felt this in santa myself. I understood that it was charles who was feeling this not me. So he wasn't side of me. So this is civilians crazy so this isn't even like you felt it warrior actually shooting. This is sort of it was. Yeah yeah we stringed evening when it was back in. My hotel was like yeah. So he's not coming with that girl. Okay so that's the way you wanna play it load of my head of like. oh man. you're going nuts. Careful but it felt good at the same time. Because i was like okay i got it. I got it. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. You're you're levin. That hadn't scare you like you're in. You're like you didn't leave him at work. I thought i thought i left him there but it was not the case. of course. i've been lucky enough to to look off to work out a lot. I needed a workout to let it out. You know all this dark energy has to get out of my body out of myself. I knew that would go back to my To skin the next day. But i needed relax and the only way i found still workout. How do you you know when you first watching this series. You know my husband. And i were watching like wow. That's a beautiful place. I wish i lived during that time. It's intoxicating then you have this obviously very dark side to it. How do you make sure not. To know is watching the other day we were watching the halston miniseries. That's on netflix. That's coming about wholesome the designer who is a big drug addict studio fifty four and the two of us like oh my god. We would love to live during that time like actually no. It depends who you meet. That wasn't how do you. How do you sort of as an actor and just you know. Make sure that people aren't must falling in love with charles in a way. Maybe you want them to. And that's the twist and part of it. No one that you know what what we wanted. We didn't want to glorify charles or crimes But we needed a find something so we could drag the audience show manda. Plus the show is more it's more of celeb about celebrating the the The acts of the dutch ambassador herman nippenburg and has an as fly to to bring him to justice but Yeah i talked with rector. And i was like okay. He has to be charming and so people cannot see otherwise they wouldn't fall into his net and it was like. Yeah but be careful what we want him to be scary and attractive and mysterious. Stick on this. We don't want him to be you know I don't i was like okay as be careful. But yeah i mean i. Yeah that was not the point and if it happens. I don't know maybe it's the seventies music and commercials. It's true that's what happened. He would wear wear close like this and sometimes it was even more more fashion right and what you see in the show. I'm gonna take a short break. But i'll be right back for your emmy consideration for outstanding drama series and all other categories. Hbo original series of the nevers takes place in august. Eighteen ninety six victorian london is rocked to its foundations by supernatural event which gives sern people mostly women abnormal abilities from the wondrous to the disturbing but no matter their particular turns. All who belong to this. New underclass are in grave danger. If falls too mysterious. Quick fisted widow. Amalia true laura donnelly and brilliant young inventor penance at hair and skelly to protect and shelter these gifted orphans to do so they will have to face the brutal forces determined to annihilate. They're kind all episodes now streaming on. Hbo max welcome back to just from riley. I'm talking with serpent star tahar for he di noted set interviews that one thought about trying to meet the real and then you decided against it. How did the decision to go. See him and just an automatic. You're an actor you wanna. You're going to betray this guy. But then what convinces thing you know. What spot on my job. When i have to portray someone who's real real life person Like to meet him. I mean it's it's such a a source of truth an endless source of truth when you have a script it's I don't know how many pages in but it's a it's limited when you meet someone it's a. It's a lifetime experience. So you got all the answers you you'd like to to have but in this case yes i thought about it. I was like. I wanna meet it. One reason. I wanted to see how.

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"rahim" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

07:11 min | 5 months ago

"rahim" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"Private investigator mason is haunted by his wartime experiences in france and suffering the effects of a broken marriage all episodes now streaming on. Hbo max welcome back to just righty to hire him. Capture the holly. It's last year for his work. As a suspected terrorist opposite jodie foster the real life legal drama. The more attainment picked up a golden globe and bafta nomination for his work most recently. He started the serpent. Netflix limited series about french. Serial killer charles sobhraj where human. I chatted from his home in paris. How igam fine. Maybe shooting today. So what our word that's right. You're in paris. yes we're time. is it there now. It's what a eight twenty okay. Okay not that's okay. What time did you have to start shooting though. I'm finished to start today. Oh i started that. Yeah i've been. I've been picked up around eight. Am yeah what's it like filming in paris. What are the protocols like for you. All you know we are. We're lucky enough to be a small team. So i don't really feel the protocol but Yeah it's always strange to talk to a director with a mask it. No you know slowly. But surely i think we're lower early. Yeah hilarious slowly opening our place in june fifteen they keep saying it's going to be completely opened up. I keep saying like okay. What's gonna make june fourteenth as big difference right now. Oh congratulations on everything this year. Wow you've had quite a year it's cool. I'm not gonna say oh. Look he's an overnight success. 'cause we know it's not an overnight thing what is it what is past your felt like for you. I mean it's tall pandemic. These great successes been obviously getting nominated. And just as. Yeah this kind of special because of course when when it's not happening to you and you'll think about it you see yourself travelling and meeting people shaking hands at all you know candy time and it was not the case but i see the bright side of it. Which is everything. I've i've lived this year. Which is amazing. I had the opportunity to to share it with my family and my friends because they were here right behind the screen. And i got to be very at my east because i was doing. All those shows and the ceremony with my slippers on. That's funny so we're certainly started. Let's talk about this serpent man. I'm looking at your smile right now. You're obviously a very nice fellow. How how do you put yourself in a place to be. I mean this guy was is just non twisted like noth- nothing we could. I don't think we can imagine because it is just so to the extreme distant route so distant from my true nature and from your nature. You know christmas morning. So for balanced people like us. It's very hard to understand his mindset which was very hard for me. It took me two weeks to be able to you know to portray him by east like i was like okay. I'm on the right place. It was very hard because was trying to find connections with him. As i said is so distant from my true nature that it was impossible. I mean he's got no amethi in his His evil and Usually i built my characters from the inside and this time it was not possible. So i tried the other way round which is Not the right thing to do usually go like are you doing. You're faking it. no this time by. We built his Look physicality the way he would walk talk and all and i thought of an animal reference. Guess what a serpent servants owned a snakes so i picked the cobra cobra. You know seem to me to be the right animal. That could fit the physicality of charles. I'm that's a cobra. Various still a cold and you know the way. A cobra hunts if you check online. I've reminded me the way he would he would hunt and and there was something that dealt with charm cobra. You know the flu and the dance and all the something Hypnotizing about the cobra and So i bit. I picked the cobra but it was still hard and it took me two weeks after two weeks of shooting You know the the real now dean jr it s. You know the girl who's playing my my my neighbor. The french girl. The real woman came on set and she was so straightforward. That's not the right car you know. He would never have war yellow. It's not the right dog. So i was scared i aborted i aboard a avoided her. You know i thought she would. She would kill me and Later on i knew that she talked to my Film actors and said that she felt exactly what she felt when she used to see charles and she was scared so i went came over and asked her some questions just to to to check if we were in the right place and We seem to have hit the spot. So i ran to my director and i said we were. We're on the right track. So let's so i felt more self-confident but it was not enough. Because as i said i needed to find.

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Tahar Rahim on Playing a Serial Killer

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

02:35 min | 5 months ago

Tahar Rahim on Playing a Serial Killer

"How igam fine. Maybe shooting today. So what our word that's right. You're in paris. yes we're time. is it there now. It's what a eight twenty okay. Okay not that's okay. What time did you have to start shooting though. I'm finished to start today. Oh i started that. Yeah i've been. I've been picked up around eight. Am yeah what's it like filming in paris. What are the protocols like for you. All you know we are. We're lucky enough to be a small team. So i don't really feel the protocol but Yeah it's always strange to talk to a director with a mask it. No you know slowly. But surely i think we're lower early. Yeah hilarious slowly opening our place in june fifteen they keep saying it's going to be completely opened up. I keep saying like okay. What's gonna make june fourteenth as big difference right now. Oh congratulations on everything this year. Wow you've had quite a year it's cool. I'm not gonna say oh. Look he's an overnight success. 'cause we know it's not an overnight thing what is it what is past your felt like for you. I mean it's tall pandemic. These great successes been obviously getting nominated. And just as. Yeah this kind of special because of course when when it's not happening to you and you'll think about it you see yourself travelling and meeting people shaking hands at all you know candy time and it was not the case but i see the bright side of it. Which is everything. I've i've lived this year. Which is amazing. I had the opportunity to to share it with my family and my friends because they were here right behind the screen. And i got to be very at my east because i was doing. All those shows and the ceremony with my slippers on.

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"rahim" Discussed on UNPLUG & RAW

UNPLUG & RAW

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"rahim" Discussed on UNPLUG & RAW

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"rahim" Discussed on UNPLUG & RAW

UNPLUG & RAW

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"rahim" Discussed on UNPLUG & RAW

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Columbus, Ohio, Officer Who Shot And Killed Andre Hill Is Fired

Morning Edition

03:08 min | 11 months ago

Columbus, Ohio, Officer Who Shot And Killed Andre Hill Is Fired

"City officials have fired police officer Adam Koi Koi, who is white shot and killed Andre Hill, a black man during an early morning non emergency call just over a week ago, But some local activists say the firing it isn't enough. They want the officer to be indicted from member station W. O s you Nick Evans reports just after 1 A.m. On December 22nd to Columbus Police officers responded to a non emergency call in Overland Drive. It's a nun, remarkable suburban street lined with quaint single family homes from the early 19 sixties. Neighborhood called police about an SUV repeatedly cranking up and shutting off. When he arrived, Officer Adam Coy saw Andre Hill walking from an SUV into an open garage, according to another officer on the scene, quite calmly asked Hilda Walk out. Body camera footage shows koi shooting Hill just seconds later and then coy and other officers failing to provide first aid asshole lay on the ground. According to documents released this week. Officers handcuffed Hill, who was unarmed. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther seemed stunned after seeing footage of the shooting. He was particularly unnerved by the officers who failed to render aid to Hill. We're literally no attempts to revive an aide. This man who had committed no crime was dying. That Is a stunning disregard for life. The incident comes less than three weeks after a sheriff's deputy shot and killed Casey Goodson junior, another black Columbus resident, who was shot entering his home. In this incident. Merrigan third call for coy to be fired, and on Monday, the city's public safety director did just that. Hours later, dozens gathered at the site of the shooting. Hana Door regime helps Leader Bill Relief group called the Central Ohio Freedom Fund at the demonstration. Like other protesters, she turned her focus on the neighbor who called the police in the first place. Andre help deserved a mechanic, not a cop. Yeah, having car trouble. Deserve a death sentence. You were that much of a concerned neighbor. You could've Why not build power and ask him. Is he okay? And Abdur Rahim told the crowd that simply firing Adam Coy isn't enough. She wants to see him charged with murder. Whether he'll face criminal charges is now in the hands of state and federal investigators. The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is looking into whether cause use of force was unlawful, and the U. S attorney is reviewing the case for potential civil rights charges. As for what should replace that early morning, call the 911 Hana Abdul Rahim says Part of the answer is residents asking directly if someone needs help before calling the police. She also wants local officials to set up alternatives. It's on the city to provide resource is to the community to have ways to contact. You know someone for a non emergency resource without some mental health crisis or whether that's you know, I am having a fight with my spouse. The police don't always have to come. And that's the message is being stressed all across the country, as politicians and residents wrestle with the best way to handle calls for assistance. For NPR news.

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Woman arrested after mistaking officer for intruder, shooting him in the arm,  greater metro-Atlanta

Clark Howard

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Woman arrested after mistaking officer for intruder, shooting him in the arm, greater metro-Atlanta

"Being shot in the arm while investigating a shooting at a party. Complex and Jonesborough tenant tomorrow, Rahim tells channel to introduce the shooting happened in his hallway. He says it sounded like a war zone pop pop pop pop bullets hitting here. Bullets hitting all up in there. As officers were searching behind one of the buildings. A resident saw the officers flashlight began to shoot from inside the apartment, believing someone was attempting to break into her home. That resident now identified as LaShonda Person was arrested on to reckless conduct charges and new details on a hack

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"rahim" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"rahim" Discussed on Grounds

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"rahim" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"rahim" Discussed on Grounds

"BUBBA while only one robes. Your mother loved roses you remember I would bring them to her I do. The first day we met I'd been to your cousins flower shop. He had roses that we're going to die. So he gave me my pick. I chose the white ones I walked to the mosque for prayers and along the way I would give one to someone. A young woman, a pretty little girl on a porch. Mama's one of them. When I reached the Maas Cheat, there was a woman sitting on the bench out front. She was a vision. She was dressed in the deepest red at ever seen in my life. Her he job was trimmed in gold and she had an under scarf goal she was sitting. So quietly she looks so peaceful. I almost didn't say anything to her. Or. Did you say? I introduced myself and I asked if she would accept my last white rose as a gift. is she take. She refused. She didn't know me and therefore could not accept a gift from a strange man. Was Oh me. So I went on inside. Found her father who was therefore obligatory prayer. I introduced myself. I asked if I could give his daughter with the rose. Leg over. He took the rose from me walked outside in handed tour. When he came back he asked that I pray with him every day for the next week you became friends with your father before I even knew. I did he came to trust me. After. Three weeks he gave his permission for me to speak with his daughter. I can't believe only was over there. Quiet. Whole? No no, no, no. No, she wasn't quiet. She told her father that she liked me but wanted to make sure I wanted to speak to her for the right reasons. So she asked her father to do that. She did she was a remarkable woman. So why didn't you stay together bubba She became afraid for you. May Why The more I got into the movement. The closer I got to being a target for white supremacists or the government. The more. She didn't want you to get caught in crossfire. Waiting separate because we fell out of love with each other, we did it to make sure that you were protected. I remember fighting. But I was so young I don't remember what it was about. We didn't divorce she wouldn't hear of it. So I moved out and got an apartment. Would you always at the house? I came to help take care of you. Wants the movement down and went back to the community routes. It had been so long since we lived together if felt weird for me to move back in. We both gotten used to living on our own. Never really cared about it. The way it was. I missed this woman. She is the only woman I've ever loved. Surely. Surely she someone to pass the time with she knew mother. She knows how I still feel about. How often do you come here? BUBBA? I come every Friday. I leave white roads I sit with her talk with her. She's the only woman I've You. Come home and not see me make a man been a minute come on in. Try, to year how you doing man good. You know him see poss when I got some time off. I hear you. you've been. Pretty. Good. Jesse and I are pregnant. Due next month. Hundred our many blessings. Yeah it's a boy. I know you love in that really I just want a healthy baby can get you something. but I brought something for us. You don't know how much I wanted to. Do testing at work lasting I, needed to have some in my system. I get it. You Might WanNa take back with you though. Strains out here getting stronger MOTI HCE content. You came on the street is changing abet specifies all the laws changing. Year Man Money changes everything. We're working on a way to make sure what gets so can actually help the ones that smote. House good to me. As a store. Told me you took over from your debt. Businesses good. I thought last year, we wouldn't be able to survive is but your dad rallying the troops in the masjid. Over. Bobby Ain't GonNa let a black business go onto on his watch. And never thought we were running around the streets that you'd be a professor and I be a business owner out parents knew it may show stayed at any major trouble he remember Prom night junior year. How could I forget? That still the best night of my life. March to never had that much fun before or since. You worried about shutdown. Little. We've got some money saved. There's supposed to be given out loans for businesses. If I already told us it will coming back virtually after break. I'm worried about what it might mean when the baby comes. Have you thought of a homebuyer? Thinking seriously about it now that's for sure. How's Your Dad Doing? He's okay. Uncle J. is worried about his memory. He thinks there might be the possibility of dementia. Suspect it. I've been trying to check on him as much as I can, but you know how that goes. Threatening Wife I. Get it..

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"rahim" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"rahim" Discussed on Grounds

"Helped. Your mother may have done more than I did. I came home too late to do anything for Homey. Except help make last few months comfortable. I WanNa make sure you think your mother died because you weren't here. I know she went through a lot before I was around. Son. Your mother was sick for over here before she told us if I I would have been here every moment she didn't want us to know Baba I could have been here. I could have helped with our doctors her treatment. She didn't want that. She wanted us to continue to live our lives. You were starting your time at Irvine. I know. I came back to be closer to her you. She still kept it a secret for year. So don't blame her I don't blame her I blame me. I'm a doctor. I. Should have seen what was going on I talked to her once a week. And I check in on her to. You know your mother she was always the one who took care of us. She never wanted to be the one that was taken care of. Bob. I miss her. This too. I need us to take care of each other Baba. We should be closer so we can take care of each other. I know. That's what you mother would want. I worry. Please Baba. Comeback with me even if it's only for a few months, you can try it out. See.

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"rahim" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"rahim" Discussed on Grounds

"Quite honestly. Let me pull your bag in a row. I'll be right back. was the last time. You had MS Thomas here to clean up. I told her to stop coming. I don't WanNA clean for me. I know you don't need it but I WANNA to make sure that the house is taking care of I. Know You're busy. GotTa Stay Busy Son In Shalah will be useful until we draw our last breath. But POB I would feel better if there was someone checking on you. You, think I'm old. OPA is more for me than you. And Know How you forget to keep up with stuff. I, don't need help keeping up with anything. You Got Pants piled in the sink and newspapers dating back a couple of months here. I love those pants there this morning so I could pick you up on time at the airport. In the newspapers. You know, I need my newspapers from my work. I need to keep up. I need to keep them for a while so I can catalogue them. What do you cataloging now? I'm just keeping track of the young men killed looking for connections to other crimes. You don't have to do that anymore. And if I don't who will. You know what almost happened in Joseph's cousin. I know pop. I have to make sure things like that. Don't happen without somebody looking out. You're not the only one looking at this. Now, you don't have to do this. Mohammed. I am not going to stop being who I am. You know that. I am Kashif Motion Alley. My very name means that I am the humanitary. I was put here to look after Mike People Know Your name me up. Do you remember what your name Of course. That's good son you must always remember where you come from what your true purposes you were born for so much. You have a divine path. Yes I'm crowned the most praised. I'm glad you remember son. Now I need you to trust that I know what is best for me Baba. I need to be closer to you. I want to be able to take care of you. Then come home want. Did you say progress on the plane? I said before I left home. Okay. We have time to make my migrate at the musty. will have something to eat and then head over. BUBBA. We have to talk about this. Talk about what mom I'm fine. I have my work and my social life. We're doing good work at the community center you know. I know. You can do the same work living with me. What would I do on the East Coast? You build a life here you can build one there. I'm going to go change. You should wash. Will Cook and then go.

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Looking at the Character of God: The Womb of God?

The Bible Project

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Looking at the Character of God: The Womb of God?

"We're talking about access thirty, four last two episodes and we're going to jump into into the thick of of this verse, which is five attributes of God that we want to talk about and the first of those attributes is the is compassion and Chris you wrote a script for asset by will project forward, stay compassion and you're gonNA take us on a bit of a tour guide. Yeah that's right I'm excited I'm excited to and you guys get to geek out as hard as you want, and then I'll just slow you down. Like that might be necessary. So big picture. This verse is the first, Time God like sits back and described his character in the Bible and other big picture, which is in previous episodes of the series was exploring the golden calf narrative where the description appears. So God's describing himself after being faithful to his people after they broke the terms of their marriage covenant like on the Altar, we're like right after going down the alter. Or maybe after signing the papers yes. Okay. So that's that's context and the first word God describes himself with. Compassionate. Yeah. So this is when Y'all as revealing his glory to Moses and he says Yeah Away Way Y'all way compassionate and gracious slow to anger overflowing with Loyal Love and faithfulness I love talking about this verse because it's all about the character of God and. To my mind, this is this is like one of the most important things that we can try to think about try to understand you know who got his how he views us when we fail or when we're suffering what he's like in the midst of that I just think it has a huge impact on our lives how we view ourselves and how others you know there's an interesting analogy descend day to. Day relationships where if you're meeting someone for the first time and you don't have any context for them, it's hard to read your learning how to read what they say do because you don't have any back story for their character right and so the same like word or expression or even tone of voice can be taken completely differently based on what you know of that person's character whether it's much or little and. I think. That's so true of how people encounter God's portrait in the Bible God's have complex character in the Bible. But most of us probably come with some kind of base line that we've gotten from the Bible or more likely from somewhere else and then it's hard for us to actually let the Bible Depict God and let the depiction constantly the agenda. These verses are super important because they're actually. Giving us that baseline context so that everything else God says or does is somehow always an expression of these five traits in some way. Yeah. I've been thinking a lot about our picture of God how significant it is but also how I think a lot of us aren't really aware of how we picture got it's like a it's almost just a subconscious assumption so you know and we can ask this. Question later in the podcast but I've been thinking a lot about do i. do I really like picture got in this way? How do I know if I do or I don't you know what are the indicators? So maybe that's a question for later but yeah, I think this is super important to think about how we view God and how he is us. So this very first word I think is. Also a really a significant word for developing this picture and it's compassionate. The Hebrew word is row whom and it comes in a verb form noun form an adjective form but the really fascinating thing about all of them is that they're related to the word Rackham, which is the Hebrew word for womb. So that's so cool. The word compassionate like if it was anglicized, it'd be like, whoo me or something. Like. God is some womb-like in has characteristics womb each is that how that word comes across in Hebrew wish I don't know I mean as a non native Hebrew speaker you can hear it with the letters rekkem womb Roya, whom right capacity you could associate them and you're saying that's not a coincidence though that those words are so similar right of maybe a root. Yeah. The root is the three letters of all of these words, the Noun Rackham and the Noun Rahim. So that's a womb and compassion, and then raccoon is the adjective or the passive participle, and then the verb Rahm to show compassionate deeply feel. So they're all built on these three same letters. So yeah, there's definitely an association there. That is really cool. Yeah to picture God. I think and that's the word that's just the root of the word. But I think the meaning and context also draws out this nurturing image even more.

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"rahim" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads

WIT CAST - the talking heads

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"rahim" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads

"I think eight to ten corporates right from FL 20242 Tata to a couple of e-commerce couple of banks. Ah, so it was all it was off, but they'll make sure that whoever got employed with visually handicapped. Yeah the jobs which ever could be done by visually impaired or from visual impact. Then there was some jobs she could not be which had needed a presence for vision. So we started recruiting physically-challenged hearing impaired people all with disabilities. So whenever I recruit the order of priorities always like this song, okay first whether the job could be done by the visually impaired person. They meet his job. If not second the other disabilities. If not third. It is from Human. If all this boxes does not tick is when we go into the open market and start recruiting. So that is pretty much the thumb rule that we go along life. And what are your plans for the future housing? So what happened was all this was going very Rosy and I said, okay, let me move to Bangalore and then build this organization further so that we could get command etcetera and then started the Telecom meltdown. Okay, so Telecom and also offer challenges with because of the demand decision, etcetera. So right from 2:50 the employee count became to like 5-10 in a matter of four or five months which nobody even thought. Oh my God. Okay that was very much hard on me because that we never foresee such and circumstances. Now, what exactly was the choker meltdown I'm dead. Available. I'm in Telecom in the sense. The Reliance came into the picture and all the telecoms started losing money. So obviously the cost-cutting started happening on call centers. Okay? Okay. Okay. Okay. So a lot of challenges with respect to call centers. We were heavily exposed into Telecom operators. Most of our jobs outsourced jobs was from the telecom companies. Okay? Okay. So it was it was very tough time for us some time in the sense more than monetary because monetary is always second. It was very hard for me to let people go right and it does not any regular people will find an alternate immediately. Correct, correct. So we made sure that what you'll do is start training them again et cetera..

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"rahim" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads

WIT CAST - the talking heads

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"rahim" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads

"Our podcast Mister Abdul Rahim of the Indian association for blind the story of IAB stemmed out from the inspiration life of Mister s m a Jinnah despite losing his vision at the age of Thirteen and much against the wishes of his family Mister Jenner chased dream called education his passion for Education graduate from school and later college with a brilliant performance the key to empowering people with visual disability that would help them travel the road to Independence and self-reliance message did not realize was education. He established the Indian association for the blind in January 14th, 1985 with the support of well-wishers. I began with eight students off early years. It's served as a Jewish and Center that also provided hostel facilities for visually challenged voice what once began with the mirror room and for students often know the Temple of Rehabilitation for the visually jealous. So it's over to mister.

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"rahim" Discussed on Health Care Rounds

Health Care Rounds

11:57 min | 1 year ago

"rahim" Discussed on Health Care Rounds

"Care base and optimal kind of a very reliable and effective operational model for primary care practices. And you've got scale then and I think that is those are some of the biggest challenges I think in general lot of us and there is some debate but I would say it's a I would say it's less so on knowing what to do but how do you do it really well. And how do you do it really well day after day week after week and then across a wider wider geography and spectrum? I think that is. That's the key and that's what's going to separate. The people that do that ultimately are most successful. Would you know in a business approach to population health versus those that are less accessible so every year we do an ACO executive survey? We've been doing this since two thousand thirteen and we ask a question around. Actually two questions one is about. What are the things that are getting in a way of reducing costs? And what are the things that are getting in the way of improving quality and virtually every year? We've seen physician engagements in either the number one or two or number two slot. Just did this. Latest survey was in June of this year defined that that's an issue around population health because they've got so many things on their plate so many different things to pay attention to or is that something that at least at Mount Sinai that you think that you've unsuccessful at but maybe the second part I think at Sinai we've definitely had some success and I hope so because that's one of the areas I oversee but there's there's an inherent bias in my answer but I would say that the I think we have had some success and I think we're progressing you know heading in the right direction. Do we still have challenges around physician for value based CARE? Yes definitely and I think we've gotten more past the part of blind spots and I think that's where most organizations perhaps suffered. They don't even recognize where they're really going in completely the wrong direction. I think we've done better at that but now how do we dress? Those blind spots in systematically there's multiple components to that is where we're we're we're focused. Now you know I think that the I. It's not surprising to me that that would come. Up is one of the highest levels in the highest levels of concerted. I wouldn't say partly John. I built my career kind of around physician engagements in a physician. The physician engagement world. Then I would say probably some degree trying to move. Physicians through change and try to help with organizational alignment and then there's also a component of moving them. All change is hard in. It's hard for all of us and there's GonNa be some component of in most people five stages of grief and I would say that's probably another area focused on and you have to kind of be there and do that and be with them throughout that journey and I've definitely seen folks who maybe have a folks come out the other side and then folks who you know in physicians and clinicians who get stuck in the middle and that's okay too I think it's absolutely mission critical and I I do think most organizations I'll just be very franken. Don't get it. I think they don't truly understand their physicians. I don't know exactly where it comes from but I you know I you know. It's a variety of areas. But it's it's never. It's never helpful when it feels like the suits. The white coats are not not one. And I've seen that way too often and and I do think it can absolutely be the death of anything you want to do. The transformative and I would just say I think part of it is. I approach it this way. Maybe unbiased and and that's you know that's definitely possible. I'd be always curious other approaches but I think you can usually get to a point where you can understand where the DOC is coming from and I literally had an example of this last week. If you don't mind I'll just have quickly describe that because it it really just within had DOC who working with my team consistently was always very upset at the the specific quality metrics that are part of a primary care incentive program and this case it was breast cancer screening colonoscopy screening and it was. This has gone on for about a year. Finally we reached the point and we actually had a discussion with him. Post one of the meetings recently about Kosovo disatisfaction had we worked together and I just sometimes by spending time and being willing to listen we kinda came to a point where essentially I just realized. He's a student in his head. Even you know you know as we all get older you know I. It doesn't matter. We still have that same core and essentially what we're doing is coming in. And he's feeling like we're telling him that he's an F. student on on part on certain things. And that's not really the message but it's partly definitely on us to to communicate in kind of change. His view of what this information means and then also how do we support him to move forward but the idea that this is you know? It's just one of the problem. Just one of the problem dachshund the room. And you know we'll just we'll just move on when they have concerns but instead kind of stepping into it and trying to understand a move forward. I think is can be painful. I'll definitely agree with that but is is a must do in anything. You WanNa do transformative in a provider organization and definitely in population health which you largely can't do very successfully if you don't have a significant component of your physician compliment behind it are said you'd come up with a. I mean that's a I would imagine a common situation with certain physician. So how do you bring them along without making them feel like they're they're the F? Student is I would imagine that. That's that's a big challenge. Yeah I think it'd be honest as much as anything else. I think. It's it's active listening and time. It's a willingness to move the ball down the field and then it's also ensuring that you likely what you're discussing is going to be changed so they're gonNa go through the five stages of grief. The worst thing is when they stop talking as long as they're talking even if they're in anger or bargaining Euro K. It's when they stopped talking. There is value in just a consistent engagement structure and then a consistent approach you. Obviously obviously you have to have clinicians and non clinicians who are trained in this who are comfortable and experienced than continually. Get better at doing this work. And it's hard work. But it's I think the dividends are are exponential. That would be some of my thoughts. I mean in terms of tangibly for large organization. It's the way we function at Mount Sinai's we've invested pretty heavy physician engagement and we have a especially with our community. Physicians have a kind of a Diane relationship between someone a you. Could you know call him? Within provider relations. We really calm within provider engagement. And then you have someone who focuses on clinical engagement and they work as a die at and so the individual and provider engagement is more focused on the business and the administrative issues. Cnn requirements. Things like insuring that payment from the value based contracts is flowing through appropriately. You know some just practice management specific you know if they need a new billing company those types of things. And then you have the person on the clinical side. That's really were responsible. For driving the initiatives around Utilization Reducing Reducing acute inpatient usage and then working through hitting hitting the quality benchmarks and then also some accurate risk adjustment initiatives as well and that's not cheap. But I think that if you don't do that I think you're going to be much less successful and I you know it's mission critical to invest there. It has been a huge area of investment. I think for a lot of provider organizations in the past and sometimes there can be you can best laid plans of mice and men. You put a quality program. It's down on paper you to the right metrics. They can general kind of as we alluded to earlier. There's a huge amount of alignment over certain key. Metrics that are that will achieve value-based success in most contracts. But it of so much of it comes down I think once again to operational implementation success. It's you know. And that's really where you know where it all starts. It doesn't start at devising the program. It it just begins at the implementation ends and it never ends. It's always a a consistent thing that you have to nurture over a period of time for variety of reasons competing pressures and then also every organization has physician turnover physician migration and staff migrations. Well right right. I wanted to just ask about a question or two about Pharma. We work with Number of Pharma clients and it seems to me at least aspirational Where pharmacies of role for partnering with a Health System is around population health. But in my experience a lot of these folks don't know how to do that they say. Oh we WANNA partner with you. And they don't know what that means so the first question is. Do you see a role for working directly with industry on initiatives and if so maybe say no but if so what would that relationship look like in the in the best possible scenario? It's a good question at a little bit of a loaded question but let me speak to speak to my experience So far so we have even a Meyer Organization. We tend to be pretty open minded and will take meetings. I have been other exemptions wanting to take meetings with forty five minutes. It's only certain people can take meetings and you know and we may kind of here out. What the pitches. I think it's kind of a few. I would say you know very important kind of best practices. Maybe for my former colleagues. I think one obviously you know maybe I'll say some of the maybe I'll start with the positive first positive would be around. You know partnering on Care Pathways. That will drive success. In value based contracts. We have done some of that. Work Around. Increasing vaccine usage obviously almost always extremely cost effective intervention. You know when I say that That's very fruitful. When it comes down you know other pharmaceuticals medications if it comes down to you just prescribing. More of their medicine. That's obviously not gonNa work and in fact it's probably going to sever the relationship at I've had those experiences as well. I would say that there would say there is a collaborative model. All of everything. We're trying to do in. Healthcare now is involves a lot of different stakeholders to ultimately be successful in the there's value in that and they're synergy in that. I think we've seen it more on the payer side kind of their collaborative payer model with payer in providers you know having similar goals and potentially collaborating on whether it's further bolstering your care management offering or potentially it could be your care. Management offering certain markets in. There has been. We've had interest for some payers the support us with clinical pharmacists. And those.

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"rahim" Discussed on Health Care Rounds

Health Care Rounds

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"rahim" Discussed on Health Care Rounds

"Doctor Raheem has a Bachelor's degree in economics from Duke University an MD from the University of North Carolina and an MBA from emory university. He completed his internal medicine residency at Yale. University and Northwestern University and is actively practicing hospitalised at the Mount Sinai hospital so Arshad. Thank you for spending some time with us today on health around. I appreciate your your taking the time out of your day and our listeners will too so to get US started. Just just tell me a little bit about your background and today we're GONNA be talking about population health in general in some related topics. Tell me a little bit about your background. Kind of Orient our listeners. John I guess I would describe myself as a probably third economists that third physician and a third innovative business belder so the market has kind of moved to the point where I'm able to leverage you know those interests that made seem desperate but have actually kind of come together. At driving pop health success I would say so at a high level so more more tangibly Internat- actively practicing at Mount Sinai health system and on faculty but do spend a majority of my time really driving attempt to drive pop health success throughout our clinically integrated network which is a four thousand physicians and major component of that is around obviously quality performance accurate risk adjustment. But then also subset control it costs care and utilization so that is kind of my primary focus now when there's a variety of steps along the way that I took to kind of get me to this point but all of it really ties to the value equation and I would say probably worked on the numerator more earlier in my career and now work on probably a little bit more of the dominator although there's still numerator presence so for our math challenged people out there who may open a book to remember what a numerator and denominator what fits into those two components. Yeah so I would look at AL comes over. Cost and outcomes can be. Quality can be patient. Experience patient satisfaction provider satisfaction as well. I think that's becoming increasingly more relevant and trying to do this work sure. So that's above the line them below the line or the bottom half the denominator would be really around total cost of care which you know has components of variety of different inputs. I would say one of the kind of cord initial components. I think that I helped drive. Within our organization obviously collaborating with many others is around controlling acute utilization E. D. usage in inpatient usage. I would say that the There definitely is a focus on that medical span and and then of course on the pharmaceutical spend as well. And you know that's been an area of focus as well but you know the medical if you can't win on controlling acute utilization for I believe it's very hard to win. In Pal sure sure so speaking of population health sound like very very simple question but particularly if the if I if I know our audience. It's Kinda like me. Say That word ACO PEOPLE'S I know internatio is when they really don't know what an ACO as so defined for us were population. Health means to you and maybe even particularly within the context of Mount Sinai. Sure so yeah I would say for remain within the context of Mount Sinai. Obviously there may be different opinions Within our individuals within organization we also have a pretty thriving kind of academic department of Population Health As well but I would say from my perspective. Where I'm more involved is kind of in the you know in the business in clinical execution of a population health success and largely. That's very much I if I was the look just stepping back holistically for me. Population health really means Driving success and often that's That does have a financial component within value based contracts. Now in those contracts could be you know. Upside only could have various components of carve out programs in quality or efficiency and even an pharmacy of event. I would say probably the biggest area would be around really generating shared savings or essentially having a net positive return.

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"rahim" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"rahim" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Conversation we're gonna have a Raheem Williams stop by in it you know we're gonna have a conversation about that great season are going yeah right and Rahim is rock solid old pretty much AT the second amendment right when I get on the phone with him it's like a two hour conversation that you have I am not kid but anyway we're going to have him on I think we're gonna have our agenda a flagpole guy and later on this hour all guy okay so busy glad I live a ball I bet I mean the in the error of trump people love their country now well what can I say that for the first time in about eight years we got folks that are are are patriotic stand up and you know they got their flag did the bigger the flag the better we love it love you guys like Capper neck it it it why you can't you know find a team that that that and being a talent talent list Allen and eat on that note there are still those that would want to burn the flag you know stomp on it or do the Capper Nick deal or whatever and to me liana maybe I don't want your opinion on this but to me it's mind boggling because you did you did you just start realizing where you are and what you really should do is go to China yeah okay go to go to go to a Yemen go to Syria go to a number of these countries where you have zero freedom I mean look what's happening in Hong Kong right right the the but I mean they're they're waving American flags all over Hong Kong because they're demanding freedom yeah and mainland China is the Beijing's on and on and on Hey the house and troop showed up at a mall right the people were just protesting freedom they want one Hong Kong's always add right yeah I know but up this was long gone went back to Chinese control Mr trying to put in the the thing that was going to war I think that would really turn out and another thing to think about is like when folks protest the flag in the burn it in all I mean the fact that you can do that and don't end up like what's that that guy from Saudi Arabia because Shoghi now you know that's a testament to how great this country is yeah that guy spoke out against Saudi Arabia who is our friend and got that you know all of that hi I'm not even going to get into that what is stuff like that doesn't happen here I mean yeah you can you can get out there and say what ever you want you can grow our flag on the ground you can burn it but that is a testament to the greatness of this country you were pretty much proving our point so with that being said I'm gonna go to rocky about you doing buddy well there is a right I'm not gonna what's on your mind our pleasure to be here I actually want to talk about bigger issue I guess which is the new mainstream press two to go after trumps would would you support I'm not sure if you guys caught in the form editorial right what a Christian support from now no religious scholar want to get that out wait I thought it was kind this will be used so there's like the first thing I want to go ahead and establishes if you get a day of Christian world you why would they support anybody for president when you look at how the job is involved all the way from nuking innocent Japanese women and children which that happens what you are to to I guess our drone program there's a lot of reasons does that is a valid question but it doesn't apply to trump is like what all that the ball into you should get all all Christian caught work and that they are not but the issue what I see here is this double standard where basically progress in the media have now this diet for some weird reason and they only do this one politically compete they will never ever do this to someone who professed a lot would you date him nobody will nobody will question Bernie Sanders Jewish nobody does that right if you can be found on your but you're allowed to do that with with credit credit card which I believe is just grossly unfair given that one if you get tired of Chris a major Christian theme as you know the path to redemption so I just want to go ahead and call up something in this editorial one thing is like trump doesn't care about the poor you got to put the poor at the institute and it's an expiration I think that's all right hi especially to say that the country and what I believed to be it's near if you're dropped five to fifteen years and up terms of the actual official poverty rate when you look at homelessness the homeless problem we have in this country is primarily driven by California and right and they came out with spree welfare scheme you mad your term state of federal dollars and how to fix the thing so doing for the poor and sounding like you up the poor completely different thing at its economic growth that eliminate poverty that's improved time to time over again the president spoke on the is a focus on the port the course Munger status the largest wave wage growth so for this these two taking nor that is absolutely can't stay when you look at all the immigration no I was just going to mention the it's the whole teach a man to fish the paradigm I did that Democrats want to say you know Hey we're going to give you fish by taking place from everyone else but trunk comes in and he goes no I'm gonna keep you out of fish will you be a poll you get out there and you provide for your family and it worked that's what works so I'm sorry but in your head that fine I'm just I'm gonna check where your point another one.

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Jackson, Ravens beat 49ers 20-17 to extend win streak to 8

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Jackson, Ravens beat 49ers 20-17 to extend win streak to 8

"Justin Tucker kicked a forty nine yard field goal as time expired to give the ravens a twenty to seventeen win over the forty Niners each team battle the wind and the rain mark Jackson through for a score and ran for another he rushed for a hundred and one yards while throwing for a hundred and five more forty Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo through for a touchdown while Rahim Moser rush for a hundred and forty six yards including a forty yard score Jackson and the ravens had to fight for this when it's never gegen go going prepare you know ready for dogfight but on this one here was done if I came down on to fall down field goal Jackson became the first quarterback in NFL history to have four one hundred yard rushing games in a season Greg heist Baltimore

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"rahim" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"rahim" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Okay. Like, look, this is you know, all the opportunities that are out there for you. But is is is is exciting. But also edge. It's interesting for people on all levels of the G league. Where for players in particularly like your coaching guys who don't wanna be here. Not because they have a problem with being here. But everybody's goals to go somewhere else. But does does a part of? And that's fine. That's in aknowledged that and that's why. But I think, you know, also part of it is that have being able to create that platform. That allowed guys to be able to reach their goals. But then is not only just to play. Now. Now, you have coaches guys like Nick nurse that get their start Wednesday night or things another one get their start in g league business with broadcasters data doing, you know, g league games with the hope of Esau point being you know, being in the in the NBA call NBA game. So just across the board. We're you know, we're that platform, and we get it that our our players don't wanna beat her. But you know, for every for every player that wants to be in the NBA is, you know, twenty players you'd be surprised the emails, I get players that that think in my role, I have the ability beyond. So there's a lot of guys they wanna be in Geely. You know, you know, and I can see that as I think something that can often be forgotten. Like, we watch guys I think people under sail like just how good NBA back. Basketball players are, you know, we'll talk about a guy who's not good in the NBA and say he can't play any killer. Saul the dues g Lee, we'll do the exact same thing. I mean, we haven't getting good. Oh, five raptors against the grand repertoire, I mean, double overtime in a market stored. And and and you have guys Chris Boucher? You have guys that are NBA caliber guys guys that have play, you know, five six seven eight years in the NBA that a working their way back to an NBA contract. And that's who that's who out. That's who's on the floor. That's who's competing. So I think you know, that that that you know perception that is not the best basketball phenomenal. I mean, it really is. Yeah. I I think I'm fascinated by so many things about the G league the balance, I guess wouldn't think with the NBA like there's gotta be a balance between we want these teams to generate revenue, but also development is got to be like a badge and the emphasis he try to balance those things like a lot a lot of the job for the G league is a perpetual. Balance. I mean, that's that's my job. You know? And I think, you know, if you look at just the impetus of most of our teams is coming from basketball, you know, resource of basketball mindset of needing a place to develop players coaches so on and so forth. However, you know, to the point our our connection to NBA into our MBA teams have grown where whereas R G league team really has an opportunity to be a property of our NBA teams to continue to expand their brand continue to grow revenue. Our games are playoff games on ESPN U R games on ESPN. Plus, so it, you know, the value is there folks are looking for we just, you know, continue to invest in grow that. We'll be back with more surreal up to a Rahim in a minute before. I what are you love most about shaving? I like the closeness the smoothness the comfortable glide of the razor against my face joined the ten million who have tried Harry's. Claim your trial offered by going to harrys dot com slash Bomani. Harry's founders retired pay up for raises that were.

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"rahim" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"rahim" Discussed on The Full 48

"Howard Beck senior NBA writer for Bleacher report, my guest today is the new president of the NBA's minor league. You may know it as the G league. I sometimes stumble over that name for various reasons, which we won't get into now a schrief Abdurahim incoming presidents of the G league. He's coming in and taking over at a very interesting time for the league there at twenty seven teams on the way too soon to be twenty eight and within possibly the next eighteen months to thirty for the first time in NBA history. There will be a functioning minor league with thirty teams with thirty affiliations with the parent club's what does that mean for the NBA? What does that mean for potentially the end of the age limit? How is this all going to work that's Sharief's charge for the foreseeable future? And those of course, are the questions I had for him. In addition to in the near term, they've got this new select contract. They've created a hundred and twenty five thousand dollar salary for a select number of straight from high school kids who don't want to go to college don't wanna play overseas that can go straight to the GDP starting this fall. And so that program is is coming quickly and how that will be implemented. And what that might mean for the league and for players who want to take a different route is all really interesting. So we talk about all that, of course. But also had to take a trip down memory lane Sharieff, before of course, being an MBA executive had a pretty solid career himself in the league part of that nineteen Ninety-six vaunted nineteen Ninety-six draft class along with the guys like Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash rail and Alan Iverson played for the Vancouver Grizzlies, one of my favorite all-time cities. That is no longer on the NBA map. Sadly, so we did a little reminiscing. And of course, I had asked him about Bryant big country Reeves who was the subject of a documentary. Recently about trying to find Bryant Reeves who was of course, the first ever draft pick of the Vancouver Grizzlies, a lot of fun stuff to discuss with Sharieff before we get to that my usual plug if you are listening on anything other than a podcast platform, and you may be please subscribe go to apple podcasts. Go to Stitcher, go to Spotify any any place? You love to get your podcast go there hit the subscribe button. If you're on apple podcasts do me a favor. Give us a review and a rating as well really helps out the podcast a lot. I am lurking in the comments section always checking out your feedback. I'll take the negative and the positive together. I don't mind hit me with whatever you got. You got suggestions on guests or topics? Criticisms critiques hit me. I don't mind. You can also hit me, of course, on Twitter at Howard Beck. No crazy underscores or other weird punctuation. Just my name at Howard Beck. Hit me there as. Well, appreciate you all for listening subscribing and giving us a ratings and feedback. And without further ado, here's my interview with sheriff Abdul Rahim. I'm now joined in studio by former NBA all star Olympic gold medalist. But more importantly today. The president of the league known as the g I still trip over the G league. I'm sorry, schrief Abdurahim. I just I the G league thing it the name it, it messes me on you the girls on doesn't grow. I'm still getting accustomed has been over a year and a half or whatever I'm still getting accustomed to the G league, welcome. Thank you for joining me on what I just now learned is not this is not your average of day. This is an auspicious occasions. The actual handoff day that Malcolm Turner is exiting in your entering. Is there? An official baton or something is there some kind of placard. I don't know a symbol pin. What do you? What do you get as on the day?.

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Rockford, South Korea and White Sox discussed on The Patti Vasquez Show

The Patti Vasquez Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Rockford, South Korea and White Sox discussed on The Patti Vasquez Show

"Thirty here's roger badesch twenty two year old rahim king of rockford's been indicted on one hundred and thirty five counts stemming from the fatal shooting three men aboard a party bus kings girlfriend and her mother were also indicted on charges of concealing or aiding a fugitive all three scheduled to be arraigned tuesday they are still in jail south korea says it will remove propaganda broadcasting loudspeakers from the border with north korea announcement came three days after leaders of the two careers agree to work together to achieve a nuclearfree korean peninsula and and hostile acts against each other along their border one person dead two others taking to a hospital after witnessing the death along the blue line at the addison stop two witnesses taken a swedish covenant hospital for psychological treatment police believe the death of the person on the tracks was accidental that investigation is continuing checking wgn sports kansas city over the white sox five four though the socks took three out of five games from the royals white sox will take a day off and then visit saint louis on tuesday andy mazars eligible legal permanent residents will receive free legal help with the application process to successfully become us citizens for more information call seven seven three six zero nine four four zero one.

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