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Philadelphia Eagles Hire Marty Mornhinweg As Senior Offensive Consultant

Jon Marks and Ike Reese

05:28 min | 4 months ago

Philadelphia Eagles Hire Marty Mornhinweg As Senior Offensive Consultant

"According to who had it Jack in it now Tim McManus creativity manis eagles are bringing in an assistant coach to be a consultant I often the side of all the office side of the ball okay so more familiar with okay dad Marty Marty Mornhinweg returns to Philadelphia morning morning with his bank about that eagles fans are fist pumping right now in their cars love my girls ones out there yeah I listen I actually let me just say alright we want me to say you won't be upset that they bring back morning morning we dug calls the plays so what difference is it may I don't know what more is going to add he's not like he's calling plays unlike Marty Mornhinweg no I'm serious I think it's a good move yeah I don't know how good it is where you come from he was out of football I believe last year yeah okay I think he was he was with the last day with the ravens ravens the year before okay somebody drugs obviously familiar with his work with before I mean trust they can bring in a hundred consultants for all I mean it may be if it helps yeah exactly I'm with it yeah I got no problem with all right yeah thumbs up Jack I'm not I'm not listen I'd like Marty morning would just push the eagles to the Super Bowl I don't I got to see the office from happy about Marty Brennaman out I know Marty partially so good I'm happy he's back but I don't know what that means it's good football guy wasn't is wasn't a thing always throwing deep with that Martin Marty thing wasn't running the ball is always taken this showed us was the runner and Marty I think we'll do any recall his own place that's the way I look at when he was here had to call the shots they could delegate and say this guy we're responsible for this is god's responsible for that you think Eddie Reese was conceding play calling or any type of authority or power to any of his assistant coaches at that time as an eagle yeah no yeah man I love I greet you all I heard was it was chilly that that was really pal like any got a runny you gotta run it and we still one of the leading castle team resilience yeah I think we still threw the ball so morning when's the new Frank right I was gonna work here's what I'll say because I don't know much about the other guy he brought in from Denver with them again yeah you're running around yeah all Hey man they get experience that's the that's what I wanted they got expound wanted people with experience I want to jump call well so I don't know how for Jim Caldwell is a bit more morning we well whatever but you got guys that have been around the game a long time and this bodes well for Carson Wentz because you have guys that have worked with quarterbacks he's our quarterback got Marty is known as a core yes he's a quarterback got his son some of the prospect for wow Skyler and then he became a safety I think when he did you transferred away from way more he was flirting with somewhere else yeah I think it would of course B. or something wow okay keep up I'm Marty family because they know that Jack I'm a Marty Mornhinweg fan I was hoping this this development is going to have that's right it's a big day for just a decade I think quarterback coach I thought that I thought they were gonna make I think there really is our quarterback coach bill have won the whole they refused to they actually give coaching positions right there's another says that sharing your offense of assistant press Taylor the passing game coordinator that his role yeah that's right so what the hell does more to get to do it just hangs out of nobody really knows now that's the problem now there's not not that they're going to another guy in the meeting room they're going away from quick from the office of coordinator and they're gonna be always the passing game Cordero's the run game called Marty could be ready all got you go it sure is a lot of help for done here you go I'm just saying there's not a lot of help yeah but so I think the job's words couldn't help but if you need it no but I think it needs to help I think one of the things that you used to talk about a lot last year was when you don't have the experience in it on the office side of the ball you don't have the years of experience of game planning a game plan together of different sexes helping dog out as much my growing those guys were young man they were young they actually leave the one dog follow the answers okay whose dog to turn to see Lena yeah when he has questions so having a dollar morning Wiggins Stangl rally sure Manimal get this rich rich rich rich yeah okay having guys like that around with dog when it's time to put together a game plan what is breaking down tendencies of opponents I like having experienced minds in the world I don't I don't have any problem with that it has been mourning wag Jack as long as I don't either okay let me try the morning part is easy it's M. O. R. and I and W. E. I. G. Z. M. O. R. M. O. R. N. I. G. B. Naji you'll still morning the morning part my morning morning way you're not it's M. O. R. and H. I. N. RW agency there is an eight W. W. E. I'd Skyler actually was a quarterback okay was that Columbia no I I know I've always like Florida they moved in the same right now they will try to change positions yeah they will then players rely on non

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The Samsung Z Flip display mystery has been solved

The 3:59

02:32 min | 4 months ago

The Samsung Z Flip display mystery has been solved

"This point it's inevitable affordable phone launches and there's going to be controversy. Samsung Tout's Z. Flip as the first phone with bendable glass. But there's been a lot of questions about durability now is managers tear down firm. I fix it took the Z. Flip apart found that yes. There is a tyler glasses display but on top of it is a protective plastic film CON. Defeat the purpose of making it more durable. What's the big deal right people so mad that there's plastic on this so for one? They touted this as the as an industry first glasses play. People want affordable glass because it's more durable less prone to scratching. It's A. It's a lot more durable than your plastic screen. Your stand up plastic screen. So what they did was. They did kind of have a glass display. But it's so thin that it's kind of useless in terms of durability like he can poke holes through it at least that's what I found and then adding plastic layer. That was kind of a cheat because it just sort of again. If you're going to tout the durability of glasses you put a scratch prone classically on top of it yet but who cares about durability unaffordable phone I mean these are just like what like five thousand dollar phone. Why would they need to last a long time? You're spending thirteen hundred plus on one of these phones and you expect a scratch there. That's kind of a bummer. I mean I. I'm also just like if anyone's buying adorable a foldable phone at this point like I if they're expecting it to be durable Maybe watch some of the coverage that we've passed. That's exactly the point is last year we saw with dogs. Fold La folks shaken in terms of their confidence in foldable phones. There was already a lot of questions. About how durable these things. We're going to be whether they stand the test of time and the fold kind of confirmed a lot of people's concerns and now it's happening again right. The razor just had their own issue input a report that their phone broken or the screen had broken with a razor and now we're seeing this with the Z. Flip so it's A. It's not if even if you're if you've got the money in your affluent you want to buy this crazy. Flash approach like device. It like having them actually kind of breakdown of the risk of breaking down be prone to scratches kinda dense. The idea of like having a little fun man. I feel like if you're rich and you can afford these is just like an extra stunt though like if it's like. Oh this broke. I don't care I I'm rich. Rich people are totally cheap so if they spent five thousand dollars a phone thirteen hundred dollars on this budget foldable phone and either scratches or breaks. This baller move. It is definitely a ball. Move

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Take Your Shot with Robin Waite

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

08:54 min | 5 months ago

Take Your Shot with Robin Waite

"All right Robyn. Can I get it. Oh Yeah Oh yeah nice. Nice Nice first of all robin like we do every single time I wanna say thank you for taking the time out to talk with us because as I know. You're busy entrepreneur. Business owners so there's about a thousand things that you could be doing right now but you decided added to take some time out to talk with us so thank you for that. It's my pleasure. Thank you so much for having me on your show. The next thing I like to do is to ask you to tell us about about yourself now when I say that still free to go all the way back to the day you abort or you can start more. Current Day tells us about Kumaon. Yeah basically I live in the south west of the UK. I've always lived out in the countryside. We have a teachable. I'll take the call twelve and if I need to go listen to visit the the UK they should definitely come and check out the proper like yolly welby costs. Well how does everywhere. I like chocolate box type stuff but now fast forward kind of went through school always wanted to set up a business but didn't really business. I wanted to say so. I worked for a medical device company for about four years systems. Unless I'm a numbers Guy Elti propagate at the gate love my mouth and that point we managed to double the ten Brunei ended up pretty much running the company by the end of the four years so we grew to about a million and a half pounds a year in terms of ten AIBA and being systems analyst. I ended up. I suppose anyway. Firing about half the workforce so we actually work for Stanford about fifteen people down to about seven right because of the systems which I built so very good. I'm list but didn't realize the negative impact on coming on our work or people even at jobs which was fantastic side instead talking and four I started with marketing business. Run that twelve years we agree. That's about a quarter million pounds at ten A.. managed to get up to find employees within that business. That's really great. That will business point. My family was growing so I already had a daughter and then my second daughter is about to come on and I just had that you only have that sort of moment I call it kind of the shit moment where I realized really the agency with great but it wasn't really fulfilling me so I took three months off claims the agency see down and took three months off to spend time with my family and my daughter and you have been a paternity leave on during that time. So we're talking to two Thousand Sixteen fell into the coaching. Actually some people said. Oh you're really successful business. That's in Khost Day in that. Can you help us with that. We don't need to do any of the work. We want you to tell us how to do it so I feel as business business which is what I do now. The coaching practice already built that too similar. So this is actually my marketing business. Not GonNa go to amazing coaches and a couple of other people helping me now and I haven't looked back accurately there's been a real roller coaster ginny. Wow there's so much unpacked there that I don't even know where to start but I'm GonNa take a step back and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do? My favorite thing is the thing so which the U. K. isn't really well nine for itself and you'd probably be looking at Hawaiian someone. uh-huh actually about forty minutes away from where I live now. They've just opened up a wave garden. So that's my Kinda like guilty pleasure disappearing off down there plenty times in the new year. So yes I think. The biggest I've ever said his didn't sound very grandpar- pretty big at the time of fifteen foot waves to Morocco. I call the first. One wasn't quite lucky with the second one and ended up going under the water. It felt like forever but it was about forty seconds before I go back up again and they were very scary. Surreal experience parents. Probably one of the best experiences in My life actually now surfing a fifteen foot wave in Morocco may not seem like a big deal to you Robyn. But that's that's kind of a big deal. My friend tell you what we did is. I went out surfing with a couple of buddies and my friend called me into. And he's like he's like adult paddle paddle and then all I had I was coming off the top of the wave with. Oh Yeah I guess it was more of a big but it was like live the moment that you realized the power of the like. You're you're not point it's just GonNa do what is going to do with you have absolutely no control over it. That's a really good segue to my next question. I'm curious I heard in your intro. The businesses you start it and we're able to grow them in how you were started at a company as a systems analyst and ending running the company talk a little bit about surfing as it relates to that mentality of how you've been able to be successful in business. Joe Funding go on the other day about like if I could align myself with Perry he would not like well. It'd be mass boy again sandwich. Sounds like super nerdy. But I don't know why but I never got the radio bond stuff so you're never going to become like an engineer or something like that but one of the things I did get very early on with uh with the the basic economics on how to run a business in terms of kind of you know not just you know piano profit and loss type stuff ten by not properly sanity but cash is king and cash is one of the things which I kind of understood right from an early age not just to earn it but also have to keep it which is a a thing which a lot of progress really struggle with you here entrepreneur say things like oh I've got cash flow problems but it's not a cash flow problem. The tool the cash flowing into that business is also flown straight back out of the business so he's not cash. Play that issue. It's actually about being up to make more money but also being to keep some of that money so that you can then put towards growing a business and I got that in that first business because the the A business owner at the time. He's a great guy he really got the product innovation side of things. But how do you know understanding pats business so I kind of got into Kunar forced to kind of had to learn it as an eighteen year old school. And I've been out to take sort of fool with tweet to the businesses lifestyle runs in so I'm curious to know a little bit more about that period of your life in career so you end up starting at this company as a systems analyst and you said I think by year four year running the company and end up having a let half the people go because of the system that you put in place. How do you reconcile it? Well I mean the thing is going on since obviously and they got. They got jobs at the time. So that's fine but at the time it was like a you know when you're twenty one twenty two and realizing I like that you'll making people redundant it's actually really hard to stomach because you realize at that point that people hate you and I kind of when I started to run my own businesses businesses on. I realized that if just course this is just part of the journey going as a business owner having to make those really tough decisions kind of hiring and firing people and one of the the things which one of a mentor of mine said this really stuck with me for the United again from the very early on in my business career he said you need to highest level and five so people aren't performing properly. They're things that coming along through replacement then adopting you kind of need to get them out of business because typically the people of the most expensive business but the rules are the most important part of the business and I had this moment I realized I should work for that company and things weren't going well. Ten were wise. But I just wasn't enjoying it. I realized I shot a Graham changing. Take that piece of knowledge. And that's at my marketing business and see thousand four and I'd won so at that point I wanted to roam my marketing business. It'd be big enough. I the hiring people instead of having to find them. Got It so obviously over your career. You've had many things that you've had to overcome. Do you have a methodology analogy or a method to how you overcome challenges me. It's always been about having somebody to because if you try and deal with a lot of this stuff and business on the Rhine. I mean like you're dealing with things that you don't have experience in dealing with this. I have a mental or coach. Who got your back? You know no matter what when the irrespective irrespective of whether you're paying them or not like it's super important you have people around you who understand business because businesses we live in a day and age. Actually where the ten sometimes number businesses that were like the star of the Internet age so here in the UK. I think we had about half million businesses in the guy at the door of the night. Now there's six million serpent comes into business thinking it's super easy to get business. Stuff is a global marketplace clients your fingertips dot she ten number people. Doing whatever your listeners do are you right now. Which means it ten times to get found and so for me? It's always once you have those little moments of realization actually business. It's pretty tough. And you've got my support network around you so that when things do get haunt the wheels fall off and you can. You can go Nassir bit of advice. That's when the magic happens has a great offer. You probably read the book. Thinking Rich Rich Hill only talks about and there is about the mastermind effect and having groups of knowledgeable. People around you. Ron could work all this stuff out on your because you you're working out and you're conventionally but it's much easier if you can do a bit foster

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Decentralization Philosophy Part 1  From Buddha to the Conquistadors

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

09:34 min | 6 months ago

Decentralization Philosophy Part 1 From Buddha to the Conquistadors

"I've been trying to figure out how to talk about this topic for a while because cryptocurrency is this really kind of strange flat structure. That has all of these little hierarchical structures built on top of it and you can take that analogy and you can really really zoom in on it or you can really really zoom out on it as kind of still true really regardless of how you're looking at it and I think a lot of this has to do with just the nature and sort of the oddness oddness of crypto currency and a Bitcoin as a community right as a movement and as technology that also is attached to people getting rich. Sometimes today I WanNa talk about a topic that I've been calling catalysts and CEOS and take a look at what the crypto currency space looks like. Today what it looked like in the past. Ask Talk about some of the different attributes that got us to where we are today. So Toshi said an interesting precedent. They led with their ideas and to a lesser extent their code and the early sparked a was association that contribution catalyzed first Bitcoin and then the crypto currency movement at large those who believed in that vision given an opportunity to get rich in some cases crazy rich rich and that combination of factors lead. I all coins coins than ICO's SAFT'S STO's and I don't think even talked about on the show before and who knows what will come next because clearly the path of innovation that's occurring here is not over at all but it also created what feels like a strange legacy that we're going to explore today as simply put are charismatic leaders who emerge from that flat structure that is the bitcoin protocol more or less dangerous more or less problematic more or less notable than the mark Zuckerberg's the Elon Musk's Jeff bezos. Goes and Steve. Jobs who really lead their movements. There's not that much of a difference between Associate Akimoto and a Jeff bezos except for the way that they fundamentally went about not inciting the change that now has kind of swept the world in one case kind of the e commerce site of and the other case this digital currency cryptocurrency or blockchain bitcoin movement. Or whatever you WANNA call it. Today's conversation is about decentralized catalysts and centralize CEO's the first thing I thought of when you said SA- Toshi contrasted to Jeff bezos. US was the difference. Between a certain personality type blended with introversion versus extroversion an extroverted rated person who is very smart and capable and intelligent and can see the future almost but wants credit and wants to be the face of an organization and is is comfortable in that role. You end up with someone. Like Jeff bezos. WHO's out there? And he's totally comfortable with that even though he retracts heat sometimes but but she didn't want the credit souto she wants to be behind the scenes and gets everything they needed from just being the mastermind. Mind who's kind of silent and letting other people be the face and I think that's really interesting. If you study personality types. Maybe even like the Myers Briggs. Souto Souto she is like your classic. I N T J personality type. They're like the mastermind architect but they don't need the credit and they don't need to be the face. Jeff Bezos as US would be like an E. N. T. J. who's like the CEO and the leader and wants to be the public face. I think that's a really interesting point. But I think that there's another factor here. Maybe okay which is that. Was it a choice. For Satoshi to take the type of catalyst like behind the scenes never revealed role or was that a factor of the not just the disruptive potential but what was being disruptive of course it was a choice. I mean Saito. She clearly thought through the implications of what they were doing carefully but if they really wanted credit they would have justified some way to take the credit and to be public about it. I think you always have a choice. I think another pretty good way to differentiate so Toshi from Jeff bezos is one of them make several hundred million a year contracting with the CIA Eh and the other one was never heard from one someone spoke to the CIA. I don't know who's point that supports but I think the big different factors that there was a legal path for Jeff Bezos to do what he did and even if he was an introvert. It still a good choice for him to do it. If it winds up that he has all the resources and success. I don't think we see that in practice very often where you have a founder. Who Comes in catalyze is a thing and then leaves before it actually becomes successful and their contribution bution isn't largely replaced by what comes after? I don't think it's so cut and dried that. What Jeff Bezos was doing or wanted to do with there was a legal path for him him? I mean he was doing something that nobody had ever done before. What was that avoiding state sales tax? This is another good point. Jeff bezos has been really interested in Star Trek. He wants to create a star trek future and some of the things he's been doing are totally unprecedented. And so it's not as though you can really say. Oh they're definitely legal because there's never been a legal precedent to establish that they are legal. You could say oh well Ijaz doing things that are a gray area or questionable. But he's he's not asking for permission and that's an admirable quality so you're talking about different levels of challenge and so with Jeff Bezos thing and with examples like like Uber. And other things like that. You are talking about companies that are doing very disruptive things but the question is who are they disrupting and in both of those situations the person or the entity. That's it's being disrupted their state governments and so if you're like a national company and you have presence in many many states that actually gives you the ability to play a bit of a game there. The thing that Uber did is kind of the reverse of what happened with napster. Napster was a decentralized network for file sharing then hit a bunch of national and even global organizations that suited everywhere but it was ultimately fighting these national or global organizations whereas Uber. They weren't fighting any global or national organizations they were fighting lots and lots and lots of little regional monopolies and it's to a lesser extent. Sure about Amazon to every state where they weren't collecting sales tax. Well that was an individual a fight so it's not like they had a problem with the United States. They had a problem with each individual state. Look at what's happened with projects in the lead up to the invention of Bitcoin and all of those centralized charlize alternatives. They were competing with the federal government for fundamentally monopolized right in the right to issue currency and control sort of the dynamics of the money that we all use news. And that's a place where it seems like you couldn't have done this as a CEO because people tried that and they basically all wound up getting arrested or getting all their assets season in many cases giving customers assets assets seized two so as we can see. There are definitely reasons why people do decentralized and centralized organizations whether it's from personal reasons just because they don't want the credit in some cases or in some cases because having the credit is dangerous and on the other hand the advantages of taking on that leadership role. Well the thing about a flat structure is that it's a flat unstructured. So even if you're on top of it still major basically at the same level as everybody else but organizations you know. Companies these are hierarchies for the most part and so if you have that role at the top of that structure well. It's a lot higher than you'd be if you were at the top of a flat structure. All of this comes back to one of my favorite books. It's really short and highly recommended. Did starfish and the spider by Rod Beckstrom Ori Brachman. I read it actually before I became interested in Bitcoin and it was really kind of formation book for me. We've talked about on the show before but it's been like five five years so I figured it wasn't a bad topic to bring up again. The subtitle of the book is the unstoppable power of leaderless organizations. And if you're a fan of decentralized technologies but I've never read it I cannot recommended amended highly enough quoting from the book. A spider is a creature with eight legs coming out of its central body. It has this tiny head and usually eight is. If you chop off the spider's headed headed dies and that's exactly what happens with centralized organization a centralized organization has a clear leader. WHO's in charge? And there's a specific place where decisions are made if you get rid of the leader. You paralyzed realized the organization now. This contrasts with a decentralized organization. which is a fundamentally different animal? It's actually a starfish. At first glance at starfish looked similar to a spider appearance but the starfish is decentralized. starfish doesn't have ahead. The major organs are actually replicated through each and every arm and in reality. starfish is a neural network work. Basically a network of cells instead of having a head like a spider the starfish functions as decentralized network and you can even in nature see situations where a starfish fish has been wounded and for example in arm or even several arms have come off what tends to happen is that actually both pieces will then grow into a complete starfish and it's another another method that they can reproduce. You might say that that's inefficient from a biological perspective to duplicate or pent-up locate editor. How you even and say that word but to make five copies of all of your major orders and neural tissue? GAFFER's them this great advantage of being able to regenerate just from from a small piece it means that while starfish might not have perhaps some of the advantages that a spider does it also isn't vulnerable in the same way. That spider is to damage to you. Know very small parts of it because again it's just not centralized we're GonNa talk about this concept in a different way a little bit later. But what other comparisons do you like besides this kind of starfish in spider for decentralized and centralized organizations and kind of broader question that I wanna come to his how many companies do we actually think or how many any projects do we actually think like rough. ballpark percentage in crypto actually are starfish versus. How many might be using a network that is a starfish but in reality the are themselves

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Prince Harry pitched Meghan's voiceover work to Disney CEO at 'The Lion King' premiere

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

06:34 min | 6 months ago

Prince Harry pitched Meghan's voiceover work to Disney CEO at 'The Lion King' premiere

"Talk about more Megan markle really. There's more my God. I did thirty minutes the other day. Oh boy there's way more of course and I'm sure they'll be even more. This is like an ongoing big story. All right as we spoke about and I mentioned I think. And and it's obvious one of the big motivators for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to make this shift in their royal life. Life is for money and to allow Meghan Markle to work and she's already got a job. You know what the rules of the crown there established for a reason and or multiple reasons queen. Elizabeth is a lot older older than prince. Harry like decades upon decades. She's seen it all and she knows how things work. Very and Megan have really opened up. The most massive acid can of worms because now everything that they do actually is gonNA come under greater scrutiny for for example doc over the holidays and actually still. They've spent time in Vancouver Island at the home of some really rich rich Russian person and they have refused to reveal the name of whom that is their new role. They want to take part in there not abdicating. They don't want to abdicate. They still want to keep their titles and they still want to be a part of the royal family. They still claim to want to go on engagements for Queen Elizabeth and represent her in the UK and abroad so I would think that they should still will be transparent right so right now. They're not even living up to what they say they want to do. They're not being transparent. They were flat out asked by the media to maim aim that rich Russian person and they refused so time that into what I was starting with. Meghan markle just got a gig with Disney. She signed in some kind of voiceover deal going to do some some voice over project with them in exchange for a donation to charity however however as soon as I heard that the biggest red bulb but that the expression red bulb is that is that a that mashing mall. Whatever it doesn't matter we know what you know what I mean right? The biggest the biggest light bubble the the biggest warning or whatever went off in my brain. I'm like let me break it down for you all yes Disney's Disney's GonNa make a donation to the elephant charity and they're GonNa pay her DA. It's like pay me but I come with strings. I'm not going to search for free. You pay me but you also have to give a big donation to this charity. And if that's the case if that's the case I think they need to be transparent as well right given how they are positioning their new role. I think they're still public. Figures like politicians and they need me to be transparent and if they don't and they're not and then if it does become public knowledge in the future because Disney is a public company. It will come to bite them in the but this is GonNa Backfire in so many ways. I cannot wait to see it all go down. I don't think it matters. They decided that they don't want to take the royal family money or money from the people there and they want to earn their own money and they're still doing a little bit of both. They're giving money and taking money at the same time. I'm not really sure the bites them. It sounds like they're being transparent. They're just not telling you everything as most people don't you don't tell us everything of how your money comes in nor do I I just think they wanna be more normal in that regard and yet they're still giving. They're also like a politician and if a politician straight up asked about something and then straight straight up refuses to answer that's not being transparent however they are being transparent because they're saying we're it's tit for tat. We are are not taking the money from the crown any longer but we are taking money from other people. We don't have to tell you. We'll continue to work for the crown. We just won't take their money. We'll just do it free when we want to do it. So they're just basically hired work while this also that does bring up other and this is why I I didn't even mention this last episode. This is why it is such a complicated issue. Because in America there are all sorts of rules around this. Can you see that with trump children. You know those that like like the Russian whomever or like Disney there could be undue influence and access us to the the the royal family to the crown to the Queen bought through Harry and Meghan. That's a stretch. It's not a stretch. It's it's it's absolutely Louis Accurate yeah but they're not Americans. I mean she's not filing taxes in America. She is not living here right is she. Thought they were GonNa live in Canada or something but she's still filing taxes in America she has to legally. She hasn't renounced her American citizenship. That's how being in America works. If you make money you have to report your money right. Yeah Yeah it's interesting. I also I saw this video. That was wild last year. What did that movie come out? I don't remember but whatever the Lion King movie came out Harry and Meghan went when the Lion King Premier in London and video just surfaced that a fan talk of prince like oh I got this is how successful people do shit and not even having to do with like being the one percent of the one percent which Prince Harry is but a lot of successful so people they just ask for things and your that successful when you're that privileged if you ask for things people don't want to tell you know so so at the Lion King Premier Prince. Harry had a conversation with the head guy at all Disney Bob Eiger and you could hear you're him say did you know she does voiceovers. He's like no. I didn't know that he's like you did it. No like he said it twice yes and then. He's like she'd love to do voiceovers servers like way before this is all announced they were already working on these things Ah I love it I love it. I love everything about it. I can't wait to see how this continues to play

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U.S., Canada and Mexico sign agreement - again

All Things Considered

03:47 min | 7 months ago

U.S., Canada and Mexico sign agreement - again

"You house Democrats are eager to show progress on something other than the impeachment inquiry just an hour after unveiling the formal charges against the president house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a deal he said Democrats had reached an agreement with the White House on an updated trade pact with Mexico and Canada this is the day we've all been working to and working for on the path to yes that yes on a new nafta marks a rare moment of bipartisanship in a deeply divided capital as NPR's Scott Horsley reports for the trump administration getting Mexico and Canada to sign a new trade deal was hard enough winning support from house Democrats may have been even tougher house speaker Pelosi says her party went along only after the new nafta was modified to include enforceable protections for workers and the environment there's no question of course at this table image is much better than nafta it is infinitely better than what was initially of proposed by the administration Democrats also insisted on stripping out of the trade deal certain patent protections which they called a giveaway to big pharmaceutical companies house ways means committee chairman Richard Neal says there were a lot of hard fought negotiations with the White House I think we set a world record for hanging up on each other myself in the trade rep but at the same time we also knew that this was an opportunity that we couldn't let get away from us Neil says the talks came to a head this past weekend the Massachusetts lawmaker was watching the New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady when he was interrupted by a phone call all of a sudden I looked at my phone and said hello see for caller ID long wisdom tells me hello Brady take the call as final details were ironed out Neil was also in regular contact with AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka who checked in from a hunting trip Trumka endorsed the agreement after promise of factory inspections if necessary to verify compliance in Mexico his union backing is an important green light for congressman Neal and his fellow Democrats but this is more than a triumph for organized labor it's a triumph for workers everywhere across America it's also the first major trade agreement for the president who spent much of the last three years disrupting international trade at a signing ceremony in Mexico City this afternoon US trade representative Robert light Heiser hailed the agreement as a win for all three countries and if something is going to base North America Richard is going to make America rich rich could make Canada richer and it's going to make Mexico richer the new agreement which trump calls the U. S. M. C. A. provides important updates for things like digital commerce that barely existed when after the fact a quarter century ago it also requires car companies use more north American parts if they want to sell cars here duty free and includes a sixteen dollar an hour minimum wage for some auto production that could shift some manufacturing from Mexico to the US and Canada on the whole though the U. S. M. C. A. is more of an update to nafta than a wholesale replacement it's estimated increase GDP by only about one third of one percent Christian G. check of the center for automotive research has what the deal does do is avoid the hit to the economy that would have happened to trump made good on his threat to scrap nafta with nothing to take its place it means an end to uncertainty around what the future trading rules will be in North America the agreement also gives house Democrats an accomplishment they can point to other than the impeachment inquiry that's especially important to moderate lawmakers from swing states like Cindy actually allow farmers in her state depend on a continued flow of north American free trade I'm very happy to see where we're at with this and

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Dr. Aldon D. Morris Discuss History of Sociology Pertaining to Black America

In Black America

09:08 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Aldon D. Morris Discuss History of Sociology Pertaining to Black America

"John Leo Hinton Junior and welcome to another edition up in black miracle on news leaks program Doctor Alden. Moore's professor of Sociology and African American Studies at Northwestern University and president elect of the American Sociological Issue Logical Association in Black America. Many of the early white sociologists were actually quite racist and they preached that that in in many ways that black people were inferior and therefore they deserve to be at the bottom of the society because of their meager talents and intellect. So they did not pay much attention to the horrific Jim Crow period period of slavery. And so on. And so what that means is that the factors like oppression and Discrimination and Terence fourth and not bigger into their now about why black people face so much why they were and why they were at the bottom of society and And and this might be interesting you but the first to sociology books were actually written all race actually written by two I believe they were white. Mississippi and established in one thousand nine hundred. Five small group led by Lester. Ward William Grand something to Franklin Jennings and Albion small at a meeting any of the American Economic Association. The American Sociological Association held his first meeting the following year in Providence Rhode Island the membership in in one thousand nine hundred sixty two at one hundred fifteen for the first several decades the activities of the society or sending on publishing a journal holding an annual annual meeting and performing various administrative functions. Such as record keeping sending out communications and so forth and forty nine the first executive executive officer was appointed on a part time basis and in one thousand nine hundred sixty three. The Association established permanent headquarters in Washington. DC since the organization was founded. There has only been three African American presidents PRYATTA. More selection. Dr Al and Moore's will be the one hundred twelfth president of the American Sociological Association. He was served one year as president-elect and then become president of the Association in August Twenty Twenty he has taught at northwestern university. Since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight I was born and raised and Wyler Mississippi. Then I left and when I was twelve thirteen years old to and moved to Chicago and has lived in Chicago most of my life. I'm currently in in Chicago. Oh went to school and Peoria Illinois then I don't Long Island New York first job with the University of Michigan which has stayed about eight years and then I moved to North Western University. And I've been there ever since came to North Western in nineteen eighty eight idea about your childhood. Oh my childhood well. I was born in Jim Crow Mississippi. And I remember that I was just a boy I was six years old. When Emmett till was lynched He was lynched only about twenty miles. From where we we live. live with my grandparents and it had a tremendous impact on me and my generation. Some of us now refer to it as the Emmett till generation and I I remember going to the Colored School Having to sit on the back of buses Drink from Colored Water Fountains and do be be insulted and all kinds of ways especially my grandparents Were very strong people and I as a boy. I didn't understand why they were being called a boy aunt. And all of this kind of stuff so I experienced Jim Crow Racism in the heart of the South and Rural Mississippi. And then of course we were my mother and her siblings. Almost all of them have been part of the great migration and so they always lived in Chicago. Saint Louis and Milwaukee Detroit other places and so I as a little boy. I thought that The North was really really the promised land that they were really gold streets and milk and honey and all of that and so I also knew that I was going to come to Chicago once my elderly grandparents. It's passed and when they did. I was shocked with a double dose of new racism the the northern version. And so I you know I went to finished elementary school in Chicago. A went to community college and Chicago worked in factories in Chicago and And experienced a great deal love Racism and so on and Chicago of course This was the early seventy they sixties. The civil rights movement was still going on on the black power movement in particular was raging and so Also would assist that. They're the change could happen because I wouldn't have those movements and when I saw on television what was happening in the civil rights movement and all I. I grew up with a lot of hope. I thought we were going to change this thing. I had no idea that we would be where we are here. In the twenty thirty first century now you grew up in Chicago doing the radio station. WBO winds high days and allies Mohammed. And Jesse Jackson Operation Pushing Russian mayor. Daley tell us about that experience. It was a very A very rich rich experience by the time I was in Chicago. UGH Oh well I. I witnessed these a lot of the civil rights movement. The march on Washington and The Birmingham confrontation on television. 'cause I was in Chicago. Oh I was deeply influenced by Martin Luther King Junior and And then of course here in Chicago Jesse Jackson was his protege and so ooh I participated in protests and marches and so on that involved him and many many others Chicago was a very very Rich kind of Environment Like now it has some of the best and the worst tendencies of America and I went to a predominantly Lee White High School Where we were not as like people like students we were not considered to be smart? We were not considered to be college materials and so we weren't prepared appeared to they. They did not teach us to be those things and But yes I mean on on. You could drive down one street and park in front of me. Elijah Muhammad's house and you can go on a little bit east and you'll be at Jesse Jackson's headquarters and and so you know operation breadbasket is getting all of that. I do vaguely remember when Dr King about the Movement to Chicago in nineteen sixty six and there were marches for fair a housing and there was some of the most racist outpouring that the nation has ever seen When in one of those margins Dr King was hit upside the head with a brick and he said Ed that you know? I've been in Birmingham and I've been Montgomery. I've been in Mississippi but I've never seen the kind of racism that I'm experiencing here in Chicago so it was a mixed bag growing up here. I mean on the one hand. It was a vibrant strong rich black community. You know we had ebony and jet and all of the Black businesses the one that we had so many movements going on and and leaders both young and old. I was in community college when Fred Hampton and Mark Clark where fascinated they were black panthers and And that was the first time I saw Jesse Jackson in person. He came to my community college. I'll southeast junior colleges. In the end he spoke to us and And and I was like wow man. This is one of the most powerful individualism was ever heard so I remain active on movements but also You know Had never no one in my immediate family. That never gone to college so I didn't have any plans to go to college and And then the Vietnam war start raging and and I was working in Spiegel's warehouse and And I knew I didn't want to go to Vietnam and I ended up going to a community. Unity College us. Because then you could get for with the ferment. Kept you out of the service for a little while so so I did that and that was. That was the very beginning. Some of my college experience I in fact With somewhat afraid to go to community college because you know Com being a first generation student. I thought that everybody was going to be so much smarter than me. And then I was GonNa say things get laughed at it and all of that but I I went on. There was still more appealing. Attractive to meet and go into Vietnam and so I went. I went to a community college and I started reading. Do Boards and Margaret Walker and David Walker Peel. And all that kind of

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Highlights from the 4th Democratic Primary Debate

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:14 min | 9 months ago

Highlights from the 4th Democratic Primary Debate

"A stage full of democratic presidential candidates last night for the fourth primary debate the consensus among Democrats was a house impeachment probe is appropriate then Joe Biden was asked about his son and Ukraine his response was that the two of them did nothing wrong and that the focus is in the wrong place what we have to do now is focus on Donald Trump he doesn't want me to be the candidate he's going after me because he knows if I get if I get the nomination I will beat him like a drum Elizabeth Warren got some push back for her Medicare for all planned from Pete did a jet she said the senator is dodging answers on whether or not the plan would call for a tax hike on the middle class he says people deserve a choice Medicare for all who wanted trusting you to make the right decision for your health care and for your family and it can be to live thank you made out an increase senator your response so let's be clear whenever someone hears the term Medicare for all who want to understand what that really means it's Medicare for all who can afford it Bernie Sanders has a similar plan and admits taxes will go up Sanders was on the stage for the first time since his heart attack earlier this month he says he feels fine mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty S. possible though at the number of democratic presidential candidates my grow by one of the former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is reconsidering his decision not to run based on Joe Biden support falling and Elizabeth Warren support rising Marist college poll director Lee Merrin Groff says even if Biden stumbles badly transferring his numbers to Bloomberg would not necessarily happen I know he's thinking you know I'm a moderate Biden's a moderate if party by in folders and smiling for the asking I think that's a that's a little bit of a of a of a pipe dream and thus says Bloomberg's getting in would be very tricky if based on the X. vice president's political performance at what point do you know that by in this folder which gets you into it in time to capture the the March third super Tuesday group which includes places like Texas and California and Virginia North Carolina Massachusetts a whole slew of state strategically he added it's a rich rich lamb WCBS newsradio

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Young Chadians join terrorist groups due to ignorance

UN News

04:27 min | 11 months ago

Young Chadians join terrorist groups due to ignorance

"This is n._p._r. News young people in charge are joining outlawed terrorist groups because of ignorance according to traditional either in one of the most insecure and unstable parts of the west african country yusuf and boom ba me he's the chief of the canton of boll and presides over a large swath of lake chad an area area where many young people have been recruited or forced to join terrorist groups such as boko haram daniel dickinson travelled with yousufi boom ba me to the island of doc meeting do where up to three hundred men women and children were abducted at gunpoint by boko haram fighters in two thousand fifteen we are now a the village is the island of gamero. The length of the island is about five kilometers the population out sorry about five thousand seven hundred and fifty annoying ireland rural <hes> population so you no some depend on the means of the population. Some homes have have a <hes>. You know houses is a uh compound made of halves. You know as eli seeing boko haram has visited this island on many occasions. What did they do when they came in the year. Two thousand fifteen boko haram invades village ends a have the forced people men women young people to join them <hes> so as a forces them to jane so about two to three hundred people young people women's and even adults. It's in those they forced them to bring that to join boko haram in nigeria territory and what did boko haram due to the village was a came they invade some bonus even the k- <hes> some compound and some <hes> you know crops and they get the cattles people has pledged to to flee and abundance a village. Did they kill any people as as thought as installs a slaughter three to three to five people as in this religion. We're sitting in a meeting place in the center. The village outside and we're surrounded by many men of the village how many of these men were forced to join boko haram. I'm what was their experience. When the koran invade this village they took about two to three hundred pickles so among these people that are someone who joined and but they came as they have been forced to so many. I've been foster to to something you cannot. The you know consciously speaking cannot <hes> stay so the have <hes> succeeded in freeing the rank of requirements came back to the village you too so now. Is it a the relative security. What did they do. During their time with booker haram bukharan came to <music> sanchez a new religion is new islamic religion so many people has to go in to john's his new megyn but <hes> <hes> what makes people goes is knows ignores. People has not gone to school. They have not be educated saw aw they cheated them to go by saying that when you will you join because you will get plenty money you'll become rich rich and wednesday when some of the poll has reinforced <hes> because there are in poverty in poverty very high situational precarity so they went the when we have realised than have been cheated you know even because of been obliged to vote decided to to freesias ankle during combat divisions not inhabited and how is the village now the j two stains village agenda that go by our activities jesus by farming cattle haddon.

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"rich rich" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"There's any number of things that happened in an NBA game. The fact that we only get the two minute report on two minutes of it means that there might be something in there that you could be mad about. But there's any number of things you could be mad about that happened before. And those are probably the things that are thinking about a little bit more than this one miss foul, the NBA so fix just wash the Moro Golden State shoot of other home to them. Twenty three hundred twenty that would be a long, that would. But if it does happen, I do believe you might be able to say it's fix one hundred twenty. Right to we worry about the raiders being on hard knocks, these NFL coaches, so worried about their distractions. This seems like the perfect thing for a personality driven team with a history of fighting against the league and being renegade that the son of the raiders, and Jon Gruden would head to Las Vegas with Richie incognito. Antonio Brown and all this craziness bond. Tez birthed. This is exactly what the NFL needs with this program that has gotten a little stale over the years. They've forced this team to do it even though it doesn't want to, and it doesn't much matter what Jon Gruden thinks about it's going to be interesting to us, and they're treating their customers better than they're treating Jon Gruden who's paid plenty not to make these kind of decisions should he be worried though was the question. And the answer is absolutely. Yes. Because, as you mentioned, we got we got Mr. big Jess. We got Mark Davis haircut. We got Richard incognito. And yes, I only call him Richard from here on out. We have all of those personalities. Plus, we've got a coach in Gruden who is very. Formative, and I think even if he tries his darnedest not to let anything good get out while the cameras are around him. It's still going to happen. We saw with the Browns, they couldn't keep the coaches from fighting each other, while the cameras were on them the dysfunction that we've already seen in the very short time that Gruden has been with the raiders is only to get bigger with all of these names, and I'm so here for it, and yes, he should. Absolutely be word. Hope they showed the on her getting hurt cut. He drives five hundred miles for that. It's the scarecrow near radiator look. Did the US break the rules of soccer by celebrating of thirteen nothing? Thailand. Okay. We move this tired conversation from baseball over to here now because the US women seem one thirteen to nothing and it was viewed as ungracious desecration of sportsmanship, and patriotism at the end of this game to celebrate World Cup goals. I understand that people were upset and embarrassed for Thailand. But when you score goals on the biggest stage in your sport, you work all the time to get to that stage. You should be allowed to celebrate it without the joy police coming around and bothering you about it. Yeah. I find it very curious that American dominance is somehow unpalatable now that it's women that are doing something we love it when the dream team. We love it when it's an Olympian absolutely destroying the competition. But suddenly we have a bunch of women playing sport. And all of a sudden they need to be more about sportsmanship, and being nice and graceful than they do about absolute dominance. First of all, goal differential matters so they cannot take. Their foot off the gas. They need as many goals as possible, because they have no idea. How many goals Sweden is going to score against the same Thailand team in the group round? Secondarily, they have worked their whole lives for this one moment. It happens every four years, and you're going to tell Mallory Pugh scored her first goal of you're going to tell Alex Morgan who broke record with five goals. You're going to tell that team who just set a World Cup record goal differential to not celebrate..

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"rich rich" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"It's not the kind of game that can't be finessed in order to adjust to slightly less in the way of speed and verticality. So for me, I'd rather give max to Kevin Durant and hope it comes back, good. Then maybe Tobias Harris no shades device harassed. But that's another guy who's gonna probably steel. It's interesting what she says because it wasn't that long ago that guy with a similar injury and similar high bogeyed. Cousins was available to everybody in free agency and people thought he was a max player and he played one year five million dollars. And I'm not sure how much money he's gonna get a big disparity between the way people are looking at Kevin Durant, and the way they looked at boogie. Cousins is also big difference in their style of plan their body types. I think also you're looking at a boogie cousins after that achilles came back a little too early, which is probably why you hurt the quad, which is resulting in how he's playing now we still don't know yet. What book is gonna come back as when he's healed? Should the raptors feel knowing Margo soul chewed have got into free throws final minute of game five stack it onto all the other nausea because that team didn't do anything with vulnerable warriors team. Three minutes left in the game. All they did was miss shots at the end of that game. But there was a miscall as well, Marcus all the NBA is admitted it should've been. Fouls. Pretty obviously was a foul. They got it back later when they got boogie cousins on illegal screen. When you never see that call with fifteen seconds left in a game. Yeah, I don't know. How should they feel about missing ten straight shots? How should they feel about taking time out and ending their own momentum national day feel about not being able to get collided? Get the last shop drawing up the right play. How should they feel about letting Steph curry and Klay Thompson go off for threes down the stretch when they had already seemed to have wrapped up the game?.

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"rich rich" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Just last action muttered under. Hello. We've got a lot of highly questionable things to digest today. I'm sorry. I looked like the poop emoji. This is Sarah Spain. What do you like on the show today's, they're not your jacket poppy? East reachable Megan impossible for any team. But the Lakers to frady Sports Illustrated story here as prices. Good is anyone still doing it in publishing for magazines, not that, that saying much, because I'm sorry for the magazine industry, but as price goes around with ridge, Paul, and what you see is the shift of this entire league. The title of the article is the maker and this league has been run by agents for a long time. Never by an agent that has this powerful clientele and can basically do in public leveraging situations that don't have a lot of leverage. He has said, flatly publicly now that Boston cannot have Anthony Davis for more than a year to say that is to minimize trade value to say that is to have real power and get your guy where you want him, which is obviously in the article Los Angeles. Yeah, there's a big risk to this, right. Because there's of course teams that can say this is just posturing. Let's take a shot. We saw what happened with Kawai and how they're already in the files. We saw what happened with Paul George where everyone. Said he's gonna leave for LA and he decided to stay. Let's take a chance on it. So it's possible. Right. But at the same time, there's a part of me. That's why are we only looking where they're pointing right, the whole Kaleida? The raptors thing was a surprise to all of us because the same teams get talked about every single time because those are the way the agents are pointing, that's the way the media is talking. There are plenty of other teams that may be able to offer something better. I don't know if David Griffin suddenly, because of his relationship with LeBron Rich Paul is comfortable, working with the Lakers, despite the fact that the ownership of the pelicans were the ones that were reticent to make a deal there. But it feels to me like maybe we're letting this guy direct us where we're supposed to be looking, and there may be other things going on in the background. He said the Lakers are like Jennifer Lopez. You know they're more like George Lopez. George love. That's the first good George Lopez joke. Twenty years. Are you surprised to hear Kevin Durant injury one? The thirteenth from going after he me free agency. Bobby Mark said this on getup said that he talked to three NBA teams all of which would be ready to give the max to Kevin Durant. Even if he has to sit out three hundred days and sit out and rehab on your dime. The first season I would ask you this, how many Kevin Durant are out there. How many people do you believe in more than you believe in the hope that Kevin Durant can overcome things that usually aren't overcome at that size with that injury? You probably bet on him being Dominic Wilkins, and being able to beat the trend and you have to bet on it. It's the only way to get a guy like this of this kind of values you gotta take the Rhys. Yeah. It's a huge risk. But eighty percent seventy five percent of Kevin Durant is still better than a lot of max guys. Right. Because this money isn't just going to the very best of the best. It's going to some good players that are nowhere near Kevin Durant. Even if he doesn't come back as good as ever was his. His game is about length. It's about shooting. It's about handles. It's about touch. It's about finding spots. It's not really about explosive athleticism..

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"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"So sometimes don't look at your partner and say what they're not doing. Let's look at my partner. See how can I help them? Do what they wanna do. Right. And it'll be reciprocate as you grow together. So that's how they we can help them out a little bit. You want to invest in you. You don't wanna look and be like this guy over here. Right. People can feel that absolutely absolutely. All types of people. Yeah. So what you're saying, and I used to be like this. When I was like, well, the way I do it, it's just better. What lesson? That only if I really send him. Right. You know what I mean? Because what I'm saying is, I'm better than you. And then how someone supposed to respond to that, and grow with your love. Response. Over here. We had an argument about three days ago, probably or yesterday. How did you deal with that? Because what, what what's your sign? Aries libra liberal. Yeah. Yeah, I'm always, you know, and it's hard because I do think I'm always right. You know, I'm always do I. But. For everybody else. What I learned is that there are more than one ways to be right. And so, and I found that I had this bad mistake where and I'm sure you do this, and you might do this do that had like, so, my husband will say something like, oh, baby. We should we should paint this wall yellow, let's just say that might now less and every somebody else, my girlfriend got. Oh, you know, be cute yellow, you don't want yellow is a good idea. He's like, so I had to guess. That's you what I'm really not do is. I'm not doing what he brings to the table. And so what I try to do. Daily is asked myself, you know how how, what's, what's awesome in amazing about him. That's different than me. You know, like I mean, everybody where we live like is, so respectful, and like even the block boys because of him. I don't want to speak. I'm one of those go on a house. I don't really say nothing but living one day at night. This man is banging on the door. I don't wanna dorm line was one of those bark BoyZone outside miss you. You left your lights on in the car. I just doing what you have dead battery. That's all for him. You know, he was right. I was like work because he longer. Well, Leno dead battery talking just accepting and acknowledging the magic that everyone brings to the table and knowing that we couldn't be magical together. We were exactly the same that what he does and what I do. It makes us better. So one your your husband. I'm sure he's just not feeling good about himself. You know what can you do to, to, to help Bill him? You know what can you do to say you know what? Glasses half. Full. When I started dating. My husband was like, because I have a college degree. I've got my masters and I was like walford out the door at all sides. Just so, you know, I always, you know, you don't make it feel exactly men can definitely feel good. We have that we have that issue, dealing with women of color, because I think women of color, all the second most educated people in the country on white, man. So black men often feel like you always have to prove to me that you're doing better. And that's something that happens a lot in our relationship, you have to work on that. So Finally, I had to say Tiffany, like you have one foot out the door at all times. How do you expect to build a home together? When you not even all the way in the house that you're in now, you know. And so more on the truth. There does feel like this out in the does feel like we usually at the end episode do like a moment of truth away from the entire episode and a man, I have so many, but what you said, just it being fully committed to each that is that is the moment of truth being fully moment of truth. Jada and Wilson something that I thought it was so powerful. And I remember saying that's going to be us that he said someone asked, how did they last all through the ups and downs..

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"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"Is it, you know, withdrawing from my Bank to help out. Somebody's kid. What does the next best step up works? He has a book, I think called the next best step that we get so wrapped up and figuring out how to go from New York, all the way to California that we don't realize that if we were getting the car and turn on the lights. You see that the, the headlights shine like I dunno. Let's say fifty feet in front of you. Right. And you're like dang. I can't see all California. I'm not going because I can't see the whole way. But when you closed at fifty gap the next week. You only knew that, like just keep going next that, you know, you close that gap next fifty and memorial. You're in California, take the next best step. That was that was that was. So go man, I was the next best thing. All these conversations. When we leave here, but it's very necessary. And what we can answer those. She said that she has a ton of ideas, and she's the action she puts things into action, and he's not. How do you deal with that? This is funny because Kadena and I on the opposite. Okay. Right. I put things into action, but she's an organizer. Okay. Sometimes when you have someone who's not like you but has a different part of the puzzle. That can make you guys both better. You work better together. You know. And I think she has to realize that may since he's just not exactly like that may not be a bad thing. You put the action. You said he has ideas put his this. In the worker. Bee just not good with coming up with ideas, and having the plan. But once they know the plan, they can execute it. That's happened with you and your brother even with with him. And his brother Deval was like, the, the mastermind behind it, and his brother was, like, I can't come up with no programs and ideas. But tell me what to do it. He's all in time he's early. That was a huge business. You and I are exactly the same way I come up with ideas, I'm horrible at planning, my organizational skills. There's a bunch of stuff again. Where but if it wasn't for this woman right here who will say, listen. Let's take this brain. That's put on a laptop. Yep. Let's get everything in order, and then we can execute..

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"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"Always see the school here? Your parents did that up until them. I remember when I was like in high school. My dad actually for five hundred dollars. I was like why and he was like it's for the village. And I was like that seems like a lot of money. He wanted to build a freshwater. Well, people were still walking two miles to the stream who walks his stream girls girls, go back and forth to the stream, they don't go to school. So we built this dream and this, this well, let that they could get fresh water from. That means one girls can go to school. And to usually people charge you for their fresh water from don't that go back to what we were talking about how about how it's not important to educate young girls because miss, the it's like the same thing. Learn because I'm gonna marry you off. Anyway, your value is in the dour. You could bring to the family man. Their value is when what they can earn, you know, and so changing that, but now look at the legacy that that's been left behind. So as a result. So I say, I identifying what is our family? Mission statement. What do we want to do exactly? And then to start really figuring out what steps can we take now? I mean everybody wants to make these big grandiose like things with it. You don't have to necessarily do you know I, I call my husband of mister Rogers of the neighborhood, because on Fridays, he like box pizza for the kids, we live in, like the what I call our new house, where we're renovating. So it's done in like a week or so. But we live now is where where he lived which I call the halfway hood this? Downtown, but we live in a halfway hood. Right. So it's all these kids that, you know, and so they're always playing outside. And so they know that, like they like he sees them tells them, his name is king, and they really believe their high. Right. So to buy him. Friday's when I I it's to come over there, the doorbell ring all the time kids with their bikes MRs Johnston. I can get the loan the bike pump MRs Rosa. I can get some applesauce Israel said. I mean what I'm saying his name or whatever. But you know, but I thought, now that's a legacy here. Impression he's making on these. That's bettering their lives, giving them something. So I want you to identify what things can you do currently without the strong financial base to start building legacy? Now pizza for the k is a looking after, you know, an elderly woman in your neighborhood. What does that look like now, and then, then third thing is really starting to write down? What does it look like in the future? And what, what steps do you have to take? So planning is everything. I always start with writing stuff down. Like what, what do I want? What, what action do I have to take? And what's the next best step run? What are one what action do I have to tape and right now what is the next best step? Is it a Google search or phone call?.

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"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"Net worth addition, the home-buying edition and work through it together, and make it your go that once we have this much Sade in our debt is to this amount. You don't have to be debt free. Our credit scores are this, then we're going to get married. So set the goals across to that. So that way he feels comfortable and you feel comfortable knowing that you're working toward the same thing and was something you touched on it. I think that in our community. We really don't speak on enough, and it's what's expected of a man and a woman when you go into this thing called marriage. Right. It's not just about getting the last name, 'cause she says I just want us last night, and I don't care about the material things. But it's not just the last name the first thing is for twenty-five extremely young. So, so often now, people feel like oh, if I'm not where I wanna be at twenty five I'm failing, and they say thirties, a new twenty but realistically thirty is the new twenty. To, to be able to do the things you want to do in life. Now it takes education. It takes time experience. You know, back in the day you graduate from high school, you meet somebody, you get married. That happens when you're twenty. Yeah. It doesn't happen like that. Secondly, when you're a man, trying to trying to prepare to be married, that idea of, I have her is a lot. And I don't think a lot of women. Yeah, you go to women and say, would you be my wife not that your property anymore, but I wanna be able to protect him provide my father told me that my father, I don't care how much money your mom makes on account much your wife makes you have to pay the bills and I was just kinda like, okay he said, what if your wife has children and decide she doesn't want to work anything? You can't depend on her to go to work and raise the kids and have babies. That's on you. You can't have children. You have to be able to protect them provide for your family. So for a lot of women, they don't understand, like, why is he not ready? If you don't feel like you can secure in take care of a family. That's a daunting task for a man. And I think if she hears that from people saying it's not that he don't love you. Yeah. But that's what he's thinking about the fact that they're young. Yeah. But like you said, if they put finances together, and they build it'll be a lot easier for him to make that decision was, hey, we're working together. We're no longer in debt. Definitely zone. He said, I want you to be able to walk away from the budget needs, save you. If you want to he said, so whatever house, you, we buy I have to be able to afford that mortgage. Absolutely. I don't care. I mean, if it's a one bedroom or. Wow. That's what we get in. Right. And I respect to that. And I said, okay, absolutely. No. Because he's right. I, I wanna be able to know that you got me, no matter what. Right. As my dad always had us, you know, like I was never one of those girls, and we dated when guys would be like, you know, you know what you I'm like, I'm actually good. Thanks, right. Yeah. You know, like my daddy got me. So. Right. Okay. I remember we'd like back in. They met pathfinder's used to be like the jam. Brand new pep binder in college dues own shoe. I'm like, that's me around the elite. Jay, my daddy got us from me, because I didn't need, and that's what you wanted to you. Don't want your children to have to look outside of themselves for things that, like, no, I got me, you know, I got me as long as you got you together. We'll be stronger. But I understand the need for to provide, then I think we do have the understand that I mean, we are entering into an age now where women's rights are huge and women empowerment, huge, but also there are certain things that as a man, you want, you just want to do for you, your woman..

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"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"How do we foster more open communication, with a spouse, for example, or even just with a parent child relationship? That was a struggle. Yeah, it was just like new trying not to offend, but trying to also be transparent and then also trying to make a plan. The first thing that case always say to me, because funny, you said, the, the parent child situation, keizer say the military, I'm not your child sound my husband and, you know, for me. It was hard cause I'm like, I'm trying to educate you. I'm not trying to be little you, man. How do you create this, because I felt like why are you attacking me as if I'm not contributing to this household at the time, it was not as much as you contributed? You know. So what are you what's your tips for people who are trying to have those conversations? So it was hard at birth cause I definitely was a bully like this, what been to do. I know best taught me, right? Like before you got here. Like I was running thing. So you not run. Put. Everybody's not a budget needs to do what you wanna do over here. I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do over here. And I realized okay this this bullying trying to get him over to my side is not working. And so what work was a hat to find a common denominator? So before my I had met my husband, he has. He has a daughter. She's nine supergirl. That's what I call her. So I realized that, that was accommodated nominated that if I wanted him to save. I could say something like wow, you spend two thousand dollars for supergirl on Christmas that's dope. You know, she's a lucky little girl, did you also put two thousand dollars in her savings account. No fathers ever gonna say will are more. He was like, you know what I will? So I wanted him to make a good by a choice. I started going through well, why don't we put this in bowl account? Why don't we do this why? And so after a while he got used to good financial habit her. No. My husband didn't really wasn't fully on board. We've been together six years total until last year. Because every time I went on a. A business trip. I was always, like, please, don't let me come home to a new truck driveway. You know by last year when the house came up and the Bank was like we only want cash is one hundred eighty thousand dollars, and we only want cash like that's it. You I mean, and it was a beautiful home nine hundred twenty s and the Forest Hills section, which is like the Ritz Carlton of Newark, and we wanted to buy there before, and I was just like tank. He was like, dang one eighty cash baby I guess we ain't getting my deal even look at the Bank accounts, and he was, I know, he's just deposits, money and automate, the, the, the Bill pay. So he doesn't see, you know. And so, I was like, we, we, we have he's not one eighty we've got a lot more. Don't look at it. Now. Yeah. You probably trust as you at this point. And he's probably doing. This number Bill. But it's and so we created a system because I believe, couples should have joint and separate money. So our system is that so his so for him, he was, like, who was adamant that I want to pay the bills, you know, and I was like, he's like, I know everybody probably thinks he pay the bills because you make more than me, but I wanna pay the bills and I said, okay, so we have a, a separate bills account where he like his money is separated from his where he works. He works for the city so money lands in the bills account than some of his money lands, and his personal savings, and then some lands.

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"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"Because you get more interest, because they don't have brick and mortars. And it takes about twenty four hours to get your money back to a regular Bank where you can spend it with, like this delay of swimming. Yeah. So I was like, so I started putting my money there, and I stopped going to Brunton there one day, Mark, my girlfriend Toronto. Call me was like girl going a bunch, but I know your cheap ads don't wanna go. I was like, I'm actually in a hot air balloon, and Albuquerque New Mexico. Was like our. This is where my brunch. Mighty goes back. Yes. And so it wasn't that she thought I'm living less of a life because I'm not branching. And that's your idea of love and more. I'm living more. My idea, right? What my loves are. And what my more looks like you see what's funny, I go through this, with a lot of mama, lineal friends. Right. Social media has created this idea that if you're not living like the people, you see you're not living. Right. So even if you don't like doing some for example, my young men, who just graduated from college, I have a bunch of men on mentor and I asked him all the time. Are you saving money and he lied not saving a little bit? But you not go out. So I'm like, what are you aware? We're gonna strip club go to clip here. I'm like you don't like clubs. You don't like show clubs. Why do you go? Well, everybody out doing it, and then I go to his Instagram, and you just want to take pictures doing stuff that you think are. I want to see you do. Right. And then I have a couple of kids who just like, Nah, I don't I don't do that. And then when you see them there on vacation somewhere, because of the recession, I became a super Horder of money that I didn't wanna spend nothing because I was so scared. I lost everything I went through foreclosure, I lost all the money my retirement. I went to the same thing all that all I played three years in the NFL I stock market because everybody told me this regime aboard property because that's what everybody told me you do recession came going gone. I got cut the same year and you couldn't even sit in it. Yep. And let it grow. Yeah. So I had to take the little bit of capital had left on my. I can't believe everything I worked for the thought, oh development broke. He probably wasn't a strip club buying chain. No. I did. Everything I was host to end the recession her. How do people avoid that? There's really nothing you can do a devoid making financial mistakes. You don't know everything, you know. Right. You just have to tell you and stuff like that. Exactly. And it can you wanna make sure that you're not placing your money all in just one place? You know, like investing in stocks and real estate. That's a good thing having your retirement account. That's a good thing. You know, but then you also want to have some emergency savings. So if something does hit hard, you have some backup so you don't have to dip in to your investments because here's the thing. Let's just say you would have bought a house. Ten years ago. Now you again. Yeah. Like literally, like I mean like on exactly Manhattan been done. You can't afford that right now Brooklyn. Home in Brooklyn. You wanna tell us. Story. Tiffany this one story. Okay. So when we moved back from Michigan after he retired, we were engaged newly engaged, and it was just like you don't the wedding versus the house situation and at the time I was a little spoiled in that effort like okay he was playing ball. He says he's retired but he's not really retired. We can have the wedding, and we'll get the house too. So I asked her, I said, listen, I get a severance pay from the NFL now and I'm going to retire I have some savings left, we have enough funds where we can buy a property, or we can get the dream wedding. I asked him and I was like, but if we do go with his wedding, we will have to live in this apartment for a couple of years, and she said, I'll take the wedding okay? It hurts all process was we did own other properties. Okay..

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"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"That's what I'm talking about. You are a black woman. Your parents immigrants self made and I used to be a preschool teacher for ten years. That's what I thought I was gonna do for the rest of my life. The schoolteacher was some, but then out of recession happened in my school, which was a nonprofit bay school closed doors and never had, what am I going to do? So I took the skills that are learned from home. You see my parents invested in me and I was like, oh, I could teach people how to budget save. And that's what I do. And so I started teaching one on one, and then I got hired at like the way to teach a class, I wrote it for them, and then I started putting stuff online you found your near. And then it started growing, I started online school called the liberty academy. I wrote books and before I knew it like I was like, wow, but look at what my dad when he doesn't listen to this. Oh, but he is short by by five. I was we're all Dr. This one will sort man. Look, and now my audience nearly a million strong. One man investing in his daughters. Look look at the many women in daughters. He's affected as a result. And don't care men, girls or boys. Absolutely. It's critical. Right. Went to college. Not to get we all went to college. We three of us Matthews now was a business major and have my master's in education. Okay. Very nice. So I guess giving all these ample given so far, what are some of the major pitfalls that you see in working with communities of color, or just, just couples in general are there any legs in personal story about someone who had a major pitfall that you had to really turn around? Yeah. So I mean well, when it comes to couples in general, is just not being on the same page, and so even two years married next month. Okay. And so I call my husband superman. That's like his nickname. So I'm like so when I met him like I'm direct like I was looking at my credit on my on my app just looking at it. And that looks very much like what's your credit score? I don't know. I was like, you know, who knows credit sesame him. He was I and it was a six thirty hates. When I say, I'm like, oh, well, boo. Six thirty in. But here's the thing, I had to create a safe environment for, for it to be that and be like, okay. And that was like, well, do you know why said, no? And that was I d pay your bills on time. We look he wasn't late. And I was like he didn't have a bunch of debt. He had one credit card a secured card, which is a credit card where you put the security down. Right. So he had one credit card is a five hundred dollar limit. And there was a four fifty four fifty balance thought to himself. He didn't know his said Iran, it up on purpose. So I could show I can make monthly payments. And I was like, who told you that I know they injured. How critical is and it's a lie. It's the live the credit card companies put out there because if you leave a balance you pay engine truce. Yes. Do you have the four fifty? He was like, yeah. So he paid off the four fifty his credit score jumped from six thirty to seven fifty in three months, and then he put a ring on it. And I was like. What? Brothers. No. When when a woman can upgrade, you and make you see something different light. This one, I need to hold onto. Yes. And I hope vice versa for women. You know what I'm saying? But I, I know for a fact all of the bud brothers. I know that a married, when you look at their wives their wives made them better or made them smarter because you smart. That's really what you're, you're here for us. I told him I realized that he he's not a big big spender. But when he spends he spends big like for the longest he wanted when I met him he had, like, is that Denali? That's the big old..

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"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"When it comes to the B word budgets. My philosophy is budgets are made to be broken really dead ass. Yes, you know what else breaks, why ridges marriages break? What do you mean? No. Yes. Most marriages, and because of financial issues because of that idea right there, I guess I could see that dead. S tennis. Hey, I'm convene and on Deval and we're the Ellis's you may know us from postman plenty videos, without boys and reading each other publicly as a form of therapy, we are making me Devon most days. And one more important things to mention we're married. Yes, sir. We created this podcast and open dialogue about some of lives most taboo topics things most votes. Don't want to talk about the lens of millennial married up dead, as term that we say every day. Will we say that as we're actually saying, facts, one hundred the truth, the whole truth, and nothing? But the truth about six pillow talk to a whole new starts now. We had just moved back to Brooklyn. Right. And I just got released wasn't making any money Kadena, and I will like, you know, we do need to refurnish the apartment because the apartment was terrible. Nobody lived there for years. So I said, listen, we have a credit card. Okay is fifteen K on the credit card. We can buy what we need on the credit card and pay it back. Could he said, okay, I'll look at some things. Three hours later, fourteen thousand nine hundred and seventy eight dollars was spent on the credit and ninety two cents. And I was like, Joe, how you spend all this money, one time she was like on the credit card. You said that we could spend their so I didn't go over the limit vow identical over the a loss, my mind. And then this is the funny thing I say, you know, we got to pay this money back, right? She goes here overtime, I said, you know what since you think is overtime does your credit card now? Even always in my name, and she I coast on, as you gotta you gotta pay that batch. I find I'm working, I can pay it back codeine put the minimum on the credit card every month. Maybe like five dollars over the minimum because I heard this, which is supposed to do a little over the minimum. Yes. Right. Right. That's what you heard. Who told you that you did? I did not say you put the little bit minimum. I said, if you do not want your credit to drop if you want to not be late. You have to put at least a minimum. Credits a job. Here's the kicker guys, we had a year free a year free of no interest. Right. So I said, let's try to get this down under under a year. Right. We go into the year, I'm like Yoda credit cards, almost done. It's almost July with a credit card. I, I go to it thirteen thousand seven hundred and eighty six dollars. I think really put down one thousand three hundred dollars on the credit card. I felt like I did more than that, though, that learned that right there start at the beginning of the separation in marriage. Hoop used to finance and now onto like I had to educate her. She hates. When I try to educate her on anything, you know, my parents, they took care of their finances on their own, and they really didn't like, tell me much about it. So you had to educate me 'cause and here we are seventeen years later, I think as of like two months ago, I figured it out. It took it took you wouldn't nine nine years. Yes. She's still in playoff that credit card. You have the credit card. I have the credit card. I said, just give it to me give it to me that the God's glory of my life..

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Sometimes it takes a big prize to solve big tech problems

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:02 min | 1 year ago

Sometimes it takes a big prize to solve big tech problems

"This And marketplace podcast is brought to you by pinata for businesses. And universities Panatta was everything YouTube isn't with enterprise grade security Bilton recording and live streaming and a unique search engine that finds any words spoken in any video Panatta was how professionals share knowledge and by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device, click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation screen. So everyone can work together. Share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more and sign up for your free trial. Sometimes what it takes to solve big problems is a big prize from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Amy Scott in for Molly would. It's been called American idol for science geeks. The George barley water prize will award ten million dollars to the team that develops the most promising technology to remove excess phosphorus from freshwater lakes and streams phosphorus pollution from chemical fertilizers and septic tanks has led to the growth of toxic blue green algae in the Florida Everglades. And elsewhere, Lauren par is director of the George barley water prize. She says the goal is to spark innovation the way that we've previously been looking at the issue or sometimes is reported on is attempting to remove the blue-green algae. And so while you can probably effectively skim off blue-green algae, you're not really tending to the root cause of the problem, which is excess phosphorus and so kind of like an it to the algae being a symptom of the flu. And so you might be able to sue the cough, but unless you actually attack the root cause of the. Thickness. You're not really going to affect the overall wellbeing of the system. What are some of the ideas? The teams have come up with so far. We've had a great showing from all around the world from the beginning of this program. We had over a hundred applicants from thirteen different countries. And so again, it just really drove home. The fact that this problem is not specific to Florida or the Everglades. It's a global issue. And so we've got, you know, a number of different technologies a number of different approaches one that I really love talking about. We actually have a US Geological Survey agency team participating in the program and they've essentially decided to use a local byproduct in iron ochre, which is really specific to the industries in West Virginia where this group is out of and they've decided to use that waste product as the filter to help remove phosphorus from water. And so they're taking this essentially waste products and transforming it. Into a technology that could affect in clean the waterways. Why do you think we need a prize to solve a big, social and environmental problem like this? I mean, obviously Americans love could competition, but why shouldn't you know, the companies that caused this problem be solving it sure. So, you know, I think part of why we've been so successful in garnering stakeholders is because our prize in our program, again, president general are just really solutions oriented programs and around the world, there's such a rich rich history with the global implementation of prizes. They've been using the past to solve problems that the free market simply wasn't addressing quickly enough on its own. And so this infrastructure of rewards and prizes has historically helped catalyze significant accomplishments certainly were hoping to do that with the barley prize. But things like the artigue prize in nineteen twenty seven which spur. For Charles Lindbergh's. First transatlantic flight from New York to Paris that reward at the time in nineteen twenty-seven was twenty five thousand dollars, which today is all of three hundred thousand I think, but it was that flight that led to today's three hundred billion dollar aviation industry, which is something basically impossible to imagine at that time. And so what we know is that historically this prizes can help catalyze massive changes in huge technological breakthroughs. And we're really hopeful that the Varley price can do the same has the competition actually, spurred those breakthroughs new ideas to remove phosphorus, or they ideas that were being developed prior. And they're just getting a boost from this. Now, you know, I think that we collected a number of ideas that were in different stages of development. But certainly none of these were being implemented on a commercial scale yet. And so we've definitely. Moved the needle without doubt on research and development, but I would go so far as to say that our third stage which was an actual field test in Canada really did manage to move the needle on the economics of phosphorus removal here in Florida. The most typical way to address the phosphorus pollution issue is through storm water treatment areas, which are STA's, but the problem with TA's as while they're remotely effective, they're incredibly land intensive and so with each of our teams to get as far as they've gotten this competition, they were given pretty strict land constraints because we want to be able to do is implement these types of technologies any in the world, regardless of available land. And so that alone the shown efficacy of being able to remove phosphorus from water and removing the massive land component necessary here in Florida is a huge win for us to if we don't solve this problem soon. What are the stakes the stakes get higher? Hire every year. So we know with global warming with sea level rise. What we're seeing is not only more frequent algal blooms, but they're more intense. They're more damaging on their more harmful not only to human health, but ecosystem health, and so certainly in Florida. What's at stake is the drinking water supply for a third of the state and our state here in Florida relies so heavily on tourism. And so without clean waterways. Without pristine beaches were missing out on the number one driver of the state's economy. Lauren par is director of the George barley water prize. It's sponsored by the Everglades foundation and the Scots miracle. Grow foundation. Scott's the company still uses phosphorus and some of its fertilizers, but dropped it from lawn products several years ago the competition is now down to five final teams. They'll spend the next year testing and refining their technology that ten million. Dollar grand prize will be awarded next year.

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"rich rich" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Radio the ESPN app? And of course, siriusxm channel eighty Cowboys. Scored three field goal by mar. Yeah. So I'm rooting for the did a three team. I did a three element ten point teaser today. Feel about this. I got the Redskins getting seventeen. Okay. I got over thirty and a half. And I got saints minus two tonight. Oh, all right. I like it. I go baby. Go the gambling guy. Well, yeah. Later tonight. Enjoy the falcons saints. Roofer rich Rich's, the big gambler of I'm putting all my winnings into the Salvation Army, jR with a Ezekiel Elliott, and I'll be sentimental for one moment and say, I'm very thankful to be celebrating with my good pal. Rich Davis tanks are friends that are joining us later on here in L A and thankful for our friends at ESPN and listening right now get up casino from the show convene on rich. Follow us at Calvino, rich. Thanks to will Cain and his crew too. And before we go I got to say tomorrow, we're here again for four hours of greatness. I know you feel like, you know, you really didn't. It's it's two forty nine local time here we've been we've been doing this for an hour and fifty minutes. Now get warmed up. I feel like I said nothing of importance. Cat who begging the studio. This her first time meeting us, and I'm like, yeah. She's gonna leave you being like those guys had nothing. Tomorrow cats with the smart, so she can. You keep you guys on the edge of your seat through cats are pretty much all onset today. Was that? I think it's embarrassing that you dress up for holidays when you're hanging out with your friends. We said that the Golden State Warriors losing is great for the NBA. It is the Cowboys intrigue the Cowboys in the NFC east or quibble into like the mediocre looking girl at a club full of ugly people or like the one average in shape guy full of a roof fat people it in the in the scope of things always great. But they'll they'll be a playoff team. Good team at best. They're not great. They're not the saints. And they're not the the Rams you did bring up something before we just took the last commercial break. And you're saying lavar ball and even his son Lonzo they were the talk of the town we live out here in Los Angeles. And I'll tell you we more about naked guy than we do lavar ball. Do I Nick is back in jail. No, the guy with the enormous neck. Have you seen that online? The everybody knows that guy got a haircut yesterday. He was the talk of the whole town. Everybody knows that guy. My my parents who that guy is you know, what I mean, he's the guy with the big neck all over the internet. You got arrested again, I'm happy thanksgiving. The point is our attention spans are so quick that you know, we don't even care. We forgot that. We haven't seen lavar ball on ESPN and on TV every three seconds. Well, here's the thing. We care more about neck guy right now. And then tomorrow, it'll be another guy and that guy is a bit intriguing. How is his neck? I think when we first moved out here we've been in LA a few years Lonzo ball here. Here's the progression of the Lakers for the last couple of years cat. I knew your big NBA fan, but from from a non Laker fan perspective, we moved out here three and a half years ago from New York at first it was the Kobe, farewell. Then it was Lonzo and lavar ball the minute. Lebron stepped foot in the staple center the minute. He decided I'm going to the Lakers. It's like a sweet, lavar right out of the picture you. It's almost it's almost like, oh, that's great. Thanks for. It's almost like he got replaced. Hey, thank you guys. Thanks. Thanks for anymore. They are so irrelevant in the in the LA basketball sports landscape. I gotta tell you. I saw on a commercial. And I'm like, oh, yeah. I totally forgot how treat was by him for a whole season. And now, we don't even hear from them. Now is it a matter of he didn't just shut up. All of a sudden, it's the matter is the matter of it goes to show you the power of the media. It really does. And what they're able to shovel down your throat because it's not that he's not some boisterous guy. So outspoken loudmouth blowhard. He's the same guy that he ever was. It's just that. No one's putting a camera in his face right now. All right. Listen, do you think that it's I think it's kind of respectable at that? He talked while he could back it up. But now he's not talking anymore, and LeBron's there. So it's over and maybe he accepted that but he's still a little bit of a public figure. So we can make money off of commercials. What would it have been would have been a good move for lavar biff like friend, LeBron and be like, yo, let's work together. And what do you think LeBron was like, I don't need you fool. That was that was. He doesn't question in my mind that he does not LeBron does not need. I'll give you a dumb analogy the analogy sort of insults us, but you know, we've been at siriusxm for over a decade. And I remember we first started siriusxm it's a startup company, and like people really respect it could on I and then all of a sudden they hired this guy named Howard Stern. You're yesterday's. And then you go down the totem pole a little bit. And I think that's what lavar and Lonzo feeling the right now del they're important. But you got LeBron James on your team. Now, I think I think it's time to step aside and try to win together a game changer for the Lakers and the whole dynamic on the team. They were the hot chicks on the team until they hired a supermodel is into your conversation. Earlier exactly with that said guys have a great thanksgiving. And we'll see you tomorrow two to six eastern in for will Cain until then a really there in the premise thanksgiving..

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4 of Top 5 Highest-Paid TV Actors Hail From One Show

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

4 of Top 5 Highest-Paid TV Actors Hail From One Show

"The highest paid TV actors seem to know each other. Well, as we hear from USA radio's Chris Barnes, the male stars of the sitcom big bang theory. Taking over the Forbes two thousand eighteen list of highest paid TV actors. In fact, they are first second third and fourth respectively there, Richie rich rich. So how much is that Jim Parsons coming in? I taking twenty six and a half million dollars followed by Johnny galaxy was twenty five million. And then right behind their co stars. They are and Simon Helberg tied for third at twenty three and a half million a year. The rest of the list includes Andrew Lincoln from the Walking Dead. Mark Harmon of NCIS and modern family stars Tiber L, Jesse Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet and Ed O'Neill

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"rich rich" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"I wanna be rich, rich, rich, rich, rich as well. But then you get one hundred million dollars and like this makes me rich for a long fucking time. I think this makes you know what I mean. So I think it's tough for him. That could be guy though, just control them. Yeah. I mean, how do you contend with that? You can't don't you. You have to clip him in the first round in the, you know, the odds of that are just small has I thought he did catch him a couple of times his age. It's like whenever that happened, I was like, all this could be a long night. That's always impressed though when can beat Conor and Connor was able to hang in there and take it because he, he. For a little bit cool, fight them. It was a cool fight that black piece, Derek Lewis. My guy, though I need black piece merch ace ASEP my balls behind. Well, they say he jumped like five hundred thousand Instagram followers. Joe Rogan, Joe gave the back call. As soon as soon as Joe Rogan sends the bat signal out your. Good for the US's role there. Pellets, big fight coming up. They're going to, they're going to have to rig something. Yeah, to keep up with that. Watching the WWE come more and more into the real world is awesome conversation with new day's pretty cool. At the end of this show, a lot of football things happen. We'll get you talked to a guy right in the middle of it with ESPN former teammate of mind. Also damn near deadman. You'll hear that whole story. Ladies and gentlemen and former starting quarterback in the NFL and absolute stud from day one in Green Bay Packers uniform to the Seattle Seahawks to the Tennessee titans to the Indianapolis Colts. Now you can see him on ESPN with his beautiful bald head, ladies and gentlemen, Matt Hasselbeck..

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"rich rich" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"rich rich" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"I wanna be rich, rich, rich, rich, rich as well. But then you get one hundred million dollars and like this makes me rich for a long fucking time. I think this makes you know what I mean. So I think it's tough for him. That could be guy though, just control them. Yeah. I mean, how do you contend with that? You can't don't you. You have to clip him in the first round in the, you know, the odds of that are just small has I thought he did catch him a couple of times his age. It's like whenever that happened, I was like, all this could be a long night. That's always impressed though when can beat Conor and Connor was able to hang in there and take it because he, he. For a little bit cool, fight them. It was a cool fight that black piece, Derek Lewis. My guy, though I need black piece merch ace ASEP my balls behind. Well, they say he jumped like five hundred thousand Instagram followers. Joe Rogan, Joe gave the back call. As soon as soon as Joe Rogan sends the bat signal out your. Good for the US's role there. Pellets, big fight coming up. They're going to, they're going to have to rig something. Yeah, to keep up with that. Watching the WWE come more and more into the real world is awesome conversation with new day's pretty cool. At the end of this show, a lot of football things happen. We'll get you talked to a guy right in the middle of it with ESPN former teammate of mind. Also damn near deadman. You'll hear that whole story. Ladies and gentlemen and former starting quarterback in the NFL and absolute stud from day one in Green Bay Packers uniform to the Seattle Seahawks to the Tennessee titans to the Indianapolis Colts. Now you can see him on ESPN with his beautiful bald head, ladies and gentlemen, Matt Hasselbeck..

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"rich rich" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"rich rich" Discussed on The Big 98

"Recognizing people doing cool. Things it's, you the schoolteacher named Kimberly was on a flight to. Florida a stranger sits next to her and they start. Talking so Kimberly starts talking about being a schoolteacher how there were a lot of low income and even homeless. Students and so they keep. Talking and she, says, yes she keeps extra, clothes food and supplies in our classroom for the kids in need And as they were leaving the fly the. Strangest said hey and he. Gave her five, hundred, bucks and said hey, spend this on some clothes for the kids that's awful yeah And how about that person for, keeping, five hundred bucks in cash in their wallet. Not only. Rich Rich who cares move fresh off a vacation or maybe the fly was from, Vegas connector on There? You go I see you to that good Samaritan we don't have their name Over to Raymundo with the. News now Bobby bowl show California at an army base to win from a. Helicopter landing caused a collapse that injured. Twenty two people. Most injuries were said to be minor in. Recall news Ford is recalling five hundred fifty thousand. Vehicles they could. Roll away unexpectedly fusion or an escape call your dealer the replace. Depart, at no cost And finally. In weather news severe weather in the midwest. Damaging winds hail and in the south lots of. Rain today hundred. Degree temperatures in Texas in Arizona News stories Bobby, bones show have you had your morning Cup of coffee well then grab some west rock coffee. There Meza blend is the bestseller it's great hot or iced and it means good morning, and Rwanda where. The company, I started we, had around the studio so, picks them up for yourself at your, local Kroger on Amazon, or at west rock coffee dot com I'm gonna let you. Guys in on a little secret..

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Ben Simmons, Donovan Mitchell unanimous picks for NBA All-Rookie team

The Rich Eisen Show

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Ben Simmons, Donovan Mitchell unanimous picks for NBA All-Rookie team

"Cash who's on the all nba rookie team by the way a rookie team to unanimous choices donovan mitchell ben simmons jayson tatum got ninety nine of the one hundred first place votes not sure what moron didn't vote for jason tatum firstteam cow kuzina the lakers ninety three first place votes and lauri marketing from the chicago bulls rounds out your first team all mb means somebody got a first place vote that didn't go to jason tatum those dennis smith junior these the second yes lonzo ball john collins bogdan bogdanovich great name josh jackson josh jackson won first place vote bogdan donovan that means your name is mike mike tufo that's basically what it would be rich rich don of it.

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"rich rich" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"rich rich" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"That is absolutely true there was a general sense within the obama administration that this would almost take care of itself hillary was gonna win if you raised these concerns in advance you might cause a partisan fraga so why do that when you knew the outcome anyone and in retrospect that was a really dumb calculation they made if you had seen all the stuff building up at the administration did the attempts to hamper voting booth potentially averting a state election cites the obviously subterfuge and propaganda that was happening online uh the clear attempts that the russians are making at least creek contact with the trump campaign there was enough smoke there to declare hey guys there's a fire and yet they didn't do it the one time they did do it was the same day that the billy bush tape was released any was completely buried by that bush so richard so richard is we'll get back to believe skipped oregon billy bush have full and complete pardon so rich rich laughed while the president grabbed him in the crowd me the billions making a comeback okay that happened now listen to the table what did you tell us so we will target we've been talking about the past leave the guy and we've been talking about donald trump we've been talking about the obama administration what they did not do richard more relevant to us today is what's happening in the future and sadly we have a russian government that is trying to influence elections in germany and france and the united states across western democracies we have a trend we have a pattern we have some very disturbing information from two thousand sixteen but is there any evidence that the united states government did donald trump's administration is doing what is required to stop them from hacking the two thousand eighteen election's and the two thousand twenty elections.

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"rich rich" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"rich rich" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The new rules when whoa that's then one the no two oh the rich rich fuss yes it will bsnl.