35 Burst results for "Seven Months"
Biden Calls Xi as US-China Relationship Grows More Fraught
"Us president joe biden has held a lengthy phone conversation with his chinese counterpart xi jinping the first time the leaders from the world's most powerful countries have talked in seven months. A white house statement said both men had discussed. The responsibility of both nations to ensure competition does not veer into conflicts. Let's get more on this now with former. Us diplomat. Louis lukens lose now. A senior partner at the consultancy cigna global. Good afternoon to you lou and tell us this phone call after a hiatus does he represent a real meaningful breakthrough in your view. Hey tom i think it's too early to tell. If this is a meaningful breakthrough. But i think it is significant. As you mentioned there was a quite a height as they hadn't spoken the two leaders for seven months and this book for ninety minutes yesterday which include interpretation that that's forty five minutes of substantive discussion so it's meaningful in the sense that it's important. The leaders of these two countries communicate and talk and try to find areas that they can cooperate and work together. And that's what joe biden has been trying to. Do i think so whether this results in a ratcheting down of tension. I think remains to be seen. But it's certainly a step in the right direction
Tagovailoa Sharp in Dolphins' 37-17 Win Over Falcons
"Lots to talk about after a thirty seven. Seventeen complete win over. The atlanta falcons at home. But before we're getting all of that the world wants to know. How are you doing today. Jake josh said it. Best victory monday. It has to be what six seven months since. We've had a feeling like this. Which i don't necessarily mean the wind because of course that doesn't mean too much as i was saying before the show. The patriots pay a few days before the dolphins i believe was against the eagles as watching them. Do not wrong. I mean he had third and fourth string players running back specifically just kind of taking whatever they wanted to absolutely running eagles. I thought man you know. Could you imagine having your feet up watching a complete game just team absolutely just kind of pack up the opponent. worthy better team on any day. And that's josh kind of with. The dolphins did on sunday started with that on saturday already to warmed up for the regular season but it started with Your boy there to lead that offense made it was incredible to watch. I actually had a big smile. Basting how it seemed like bank group that first team offense just could not do anything wrong
CNN Suddenly Tears Into Joe Biden Over Afghanistan
"Here's tucker carlson. Let's listen to his expressed confusion over cnn. Going after joe biden over afghanistan. Something about it doesn't add up. Scene is not a news network. Cnn is a political organization. It's anchors and reporters don't decide for themselves what to say on camera. They are told what to say. They're told highly specific terms every weekday morning. On a call with their commander. Jeff sukkur there's no intellectual freelancing at cnn. Here's what i think now. It's united front a single hymnal for the entire congregation. When cnn takes a position or changes its position on something it changes as one everybody from the chirpy morning digging bats don lamont on the night shift they all say precisely what they are told to say ever watched the channel. And now they're sending something very very different. Consider this person. This is a former member of the morning zoo crew on a contemporary hit station yakima washington on a good day. She's probably operating with a functional iq of about eighty five. So it's fair to say she is not coming up with her own material and yet here. She is visibly outraged on the air. Telling you what an incompetent bad person joe biden this. The rapid fall of afghanistan stunning the biden administration and this nation quite frankly and many of the promises predictions and the words of the president and his white house are coming back to haunt them. What is going on here. These are literally. The people who got. Joe biden elected president. He would not be president without these people in now just seven months into his administration. They are telling you that he has failed personally. It does not make sense. He's right he's totally right. Because cnn was the biggest joe biden cheerleader in america and now the got him were stuck with him and they're turning on him over. Afghanistan doesn't make any sense.
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots
"For every every delta. Get a booster shot eight months after. Got your second shot or make you safer and for longer. No some world leaders who say america shouldn't get third shot until other countries got their first show. i disagree. We can take care of america and helped world too same time. President biden discussing the plan for booster shots for american starting in september. The recommendation comes as the us recorded. More than one hundred sixty three thousand new cova cases thursday the highest in nearly seven months. But the pace of vaccinations is also increasing over a million doses. Were ordered administered on friday sixty percent of all eligible fully vaccinated for more. Let's bring in the surgeon general. Dr vivek murthy. Good morning to you. Dr those pfizer and medina booster shots will become available the week of september twentieth. Walk us through. What americans should know about that and what to do well. Thanks martha eat. There are several things that americans should know about the booster announcement. We recently made number one. Is that the vaccines are continuing to work. Remarkably well for preventing people from ending up in the hospital and they're saving lives. So that's the reason we are not recommending boosters today but we are seeing is a decline in the protection against mild to moderate disease. And we're anticipating there may be an erosion in that important protection that we're seeing today down the line and that's why they stay ahead of this virus were recommending. The people start to get boosters. A week of september twenty they will start with people on their eight month anniversary following their second shot and by necessity that will end up prioritizing. Those who are at highest risk including long-term healthcare workers Long term care facility residents rather healthcare workers as well as the
How Chaos In Afghanistan Emboldened Terrorism - burst 1
"Chaos in afghanistan upton as president biden withdrew military forces leading to a forceful takeover by the taliban today august seventeenth. We will dive into one of the greatest foreign policy. The buckles in modern history. Good afternoon. i'm meeting. Kim and this is the outspoken oma quote. Joe biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy national security issue over the past four decades and quote. Who said that not trump not a partisan congressmen or republican operative. That was robert gates. The former secretary of defense under president obama for three years and today as we see significant foreign policy the buckle unfolds in afghanistan that quote is once again reaffirmed now quickly dive into some basic background information as to what is transpiring in afghanistan back in mid april president biden announced immediate withdrawal all american troops from afghanistan by september eleventh. Twenty twenty one. Obviously september eleven was chosen dates because that was to recognize the anniversary of the september eleventh terrorist attacks and which led to the immediate was occupation of afghanistan because at the time afghanistan was harboring osama bin laden on august fifteenth. The taliban took over the capital of kabul effectively toppling. Afghanistan's governments later afghan. President ghani fled the country right before taliban leadership storm the presidential palace and thousands of afghan citizens fled to kabul international airport to skip the taliban. Now while oldest was transpiring. President biden was in camp david and he was strong criticized because he didn't have a strong message or strong immediate message in response to all of this so he traveled back to washington. Dc to address the nation from the white house one of the biggest elements that he was criticized for in the speech was the blame game in which he played and one of the obviously notable people in which she blames forwarded the buckle in afghanistan was trump and sort of implied some blame to bush and obama. He said quote when i came into office. I inherited deal that president trump negotiated with taliban on the his agreement. Us forces would be out of afghanistan. May i twenty twenty one. Just a little over three months after i took office. Us forces had already drawn down during trump administration from roughly fifteen thousand five hundred american force to two thousand five hundred troops in country. The taliban was strongest militarily. Since two dozen one the choice i had to make as your president was added to follow through on that agreement or be prepared to go back to fighting the taliban in the middle of the spring fighting season and quote. And but if you actually look at the deal that trump's state department may with taliban it's not what biden actually described in his address at a nation. Mike pompeo who was secretary of state under president trump said in a recent interview that the deal of the taliban was strictly conditional which meant that deal was was strictly predicated on the taliban committing to a peaceful transfer of power in order for america to withdraw after that commitment to a peaceful transfer of power appel said in a recent interview quote we would have demanded the taliban actually deliver on the conditions that we let out in the agreement including the agreement to engage in meaningful power sharing agreement some that which we struggled to get them to do but made it clear it was going to be required before we completed requirements to fulfil foley withdrawal and unquote. And you know there are some criticisms of the deal. Mike pompeo made with the taliban. Obviously the taliban actually pursuing a peaceful transfer of power from the afghan government was not going to happen. I mean we actually thought. That was being overly idealistic. So people had that criticism upon pales deal but even if biden did not agree with the policy that trump's state departments made in efforts to come to some sort of consensus with the taliban he kind of reversed it. I mean he was president for seven months. Which meant that. He'd independence day department and independence defense department and he could have used his powers as the chief executive to to reverse a deal that the previous administration made i mean for his entire time as president of the united states reversed nearly every single policy. That trump did while he was president. So this is no exception. I mean he should own up to the flaws of the policies in which he tried to pursue in addition to to trump he also blamed the afghan military. He said quote. The truth is but this did on for the more quickly than we had anticipated. So what happened. Afghanistan political leader escape up and fled the country the afghan military collapse. Sometimes we're not trying to fight if anything developments at the past week reinforced the ending. Us military involvement in afghanistan. No was the right decision. American troops cannot ensure not be fighting a war and dying in award. Afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves and quotes. This is honestly one of the most politically cynical things that i've ever heard biden say the afghan forces are not willing to fight for themselves. Fifty thousand afghan military soldiers died in darndest entire two decades of us occupation of afghanistan. And the reason why they cannot successively defend themselves against the taliban was because biden himself pulled out a contractors and basically destroyed the afghans dependency on us military which are obviously undermined the ability of afghan military to counter act opposing taliban forces. According to the wall street journal quote in the wake of president biden's withdrawal decision the us pulled its airports air support intelligence and contractors servicing afghanistan planes and helicopters. This meant that afghan military simply cannot operate anymore and quote. Admittedly afghan leadership was significantly underprepared in the wake of the draw because as by afghan officials did not believe america will draw however according to andrew watkins a senior analyst for afghanistan and at the international prizes group research advocacy organization. There was no evidence that the taliban significantly increased their manpower and argue. The only reason why there's summer offensive was successful was due to a lack of us. Air strikes which meant that biden's administration shorter significant blame for the dismantling of the afghan government. What biden actually expect to happen when he pulled the entire the tire. Us presence from afghanistan if the afghan military dependent so much on the us occupation of afghan for the viability of their own independent military force. Then of course when they pulled out of afghanistan. The afghan military by itself was not sufficient enough to defend against the taliban if you're pulling out intelligence contracts that were vital for the dependency of the afghan military than have military is expected to fall when the taliban was advancing to the nation's capital and one of the other things that addition to buy actually blaming everyone except for himself for the marco afghanistan biden also discussed casualties in the in the afghan occupation. He said quote. Lemme ask those who wanted to wanted us to stay. How many more how. Many thousands more of american daughters and sons are willing to risk and quotes according to abc news. There's not been a single american combat death since february eighth twenty which was eighteen months ago. That's not to belittle the two thousand three hundred twelve american soldiers that lost life in afghanistan. But it is the suggests that thousands of stationed american soldiers in the lead up to the afghanistan pull out were not being bogged down by precipitous warfare in combat honestly by contrast more than fifty one thousand taliban fighters were killed by american armed forces which shows a major power imbalance in military superiority between taliban in american forces but aside from that by reportedly sent five thousand additional troops back in afghanistan to aid withdrawal despite his call for not putting sons and daughters at risk he just said that it was egregious to put american sons and daughters at risk for filled mission. So what is different about the five thousand additional troops. He sending back into afghanistan. Aren't those sons and daughters. Also at risk and to add insult injury tens of thousands of american citizens have been left behind it in afghanistan in the withdrawal according to the washington according to wall street journal an estimated ten thousand fifteen thousand new citizens remained in afghanistan so yes it is tragic. Every single american soldier died in. afghanistan is a tragedy. No one is disputing dance but suggests that afghanistan was a present danger to the current military soldiers. There from february twenty is simply not true and biden. Really closer to speech with i think when idiotic things that he said in his entire speech close with kohl's diplomacy he said quote. We will continue to support the afghan people we will lead before. Diplomacy or international influence in or humanitarian aid will continue to push for regional diplomacy and engaging prevent violence and instability will continue to speak out for the basic rights at the afghan people of women and girls just as we speak all around the world and quote and my question is just how. How can you negotiate with radical barbaric terrorist group that subject it's ethnic religious and gender minorities to brutal torture and murder. How can you negotiate with democratic for cystic regime. That is responsible for thousands of american lives. I mean honestly gonna ask nicely are gonna get on your knees and begged them to treat the afghanistan woman fairly. I mean i don't understand why biden continues to believe that's diplomacy instead of for actually using military forces is the correct way to go and this brings us back to. What was this for honestly at the end of the day with withdrawn. Us military forces from afghanistan he effectively reversed two decades of foreign policy and the initial mission of counter terrorism and preventing a staging ground for al-qaeda according to the pentagon united states government has been eighty three billion dollars in bolstering the afghanistan government and which is effectively gone to waste. I mean we spend easily billion dollars to bolster an afghan military but the afghan military is so reliance on the american forces to to help them to secure them. But when the american forces are removed from the afghan military to aid them than the billion dollar investment goes down the drain and now according to you defense and state department officials six billion dollars in military equipment including eight hundred fifty mine-resistant ambushed protected vehicles were abandoned in withdrawal which six billion dollars in. Us military equipment is now in the hands of taliban and other terrorist organizations additionally chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark milley addressed congressional leaders and said that they will move the terrorist threats in afghanistan from medium according to axios which meant that. Obviously you're going to see a rise in terrorism and afghanistan and now that the taliban effectively controls its governments and to add insult injury the inside reports that taliban militants released thousands of prisoners from afghan prisons with links to islamic jihadist groups and al qaeda. So what has changed in the past two decades. We've tried to counter terrorism. We tried to decrease the the influence of kind of effectively imprisoning or killing al qaeda militants. We tried to decrease the the power of the taliban and we tried to effectively counteract attacks by the islamic jihadist groups. But it seems to me after this withdrawal after the dust settled what is going to be. The state of afghanistan will be similar to the state of afghanistan when we first invaded and his brings me to a new york times article which discussed heavier mackey. Who was a former first class army. Special forces soldier with several afghanistan deployments and will shot twice and he said in an interview with the new york times quote. I sacrificed a lot. I saw death every day every year. And the guys. I soaked with new would probably come to an end like this. But the chaos and made his andre after everything we gave. I just wish that had been away to leave. With honor and quote for people like mackey. There is a question that rang in numerous veterans. What was it for the situation. Afghanistan has become similar to america. I evaded two decades ago. All the bloodshed in lives lost in pursuit of counter-terrorism only define the terrorism revitalize. This president has trade the continuing efforts of veterans and committed a damaging dereliction of duty as commander in chief of the armed forces is devastating. What is happening in afghanistan and we can only hope citizens in afghanistan. Remain safe in this critical juncture. All right before we signed off. I like to extend a special. Thank you to my uncle. Who has made this podcast possible and untitled one of my greatest supporters okay. Today's episode the spokane podcast. You could read articles on a variety of important topics at outspoken opa dot com and follow us on instagram twitter facebook and linked in. Also if you'd like to show want to support it. Please go vis a five star review on apple podcasts and listened to our other episodes wherever you hear your podcasts. I'm thinking in. This is the outspoken oba. The outspoken oboe. Podcast is hosted by ethan kim directed by luc him and added by actually awesome the podcast independent production by the elbow from above. 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Biden Isn't Trump. He's a Disaster in His Own Right.
"Representative. Franklin the administration is using axios this morning to put out a message that the cupboard was bear when they took over there was no plan. On the trump administration part to evacuate diplomats billions humanitarian aid workers. Interpreters etcetera is that adequate to this situation to explain the fiasco. And it's not a fiasco catastrophe. Is there any blame to be shifted to the trump administration. Absolutely not this. The timing and the manner of this departure is all of joe biden's choosing didn't have to be this way would not have been this way under president trump and But it's it's it's like we've seen for the last seven months at every turn every mistake. Is someone else's fault other than the administration's but it's all of their own doing
The Mainstream Media Finally Turns on Joe Biden
"Turned on. Joe by the mainstream media has turned on joe by feels like the whole country is scratching. Its head over president. Joe biden except nicole wallace. She doesn't count. She believes ninety. Five percent of americans liked president. Biden's afghans speech yesterday and lisa showed up. I mean that was a big question for the longest time. Where was he where. The world is joe biden. Where's waldo. He left camp david long enough. They flew him over to the white house. Propped him up in front of a teleprompter. Did you see him bolt. After did you watch the speech. First of all probably not but we watched it so you didn't have to and everything you're hearing is true. He essentially said the buck stops with me and then blamed everybody else. It's trump's fall. It's the afghans. Paul afghanistan people's fault. It's the afghantistan military's fall. It's the afghanistan politicians fault. It's the weather. The dog ate his homework. It's everybody's fault but him where the buck stops. I don't think that's what harry truman had my goodness. What a catastrophe. What an utter unmitigated disaster. I don't know that we've ever seen a presidency collapsed this tune. The jimmy carter's presidency come apart this early. Didn't it take a while. We're seven months in and this poor guy doesn't know what day it is
Sean Parnell Says Afghanistan Strategic Blunders Will Be Studied for Years to Come
"Mark. There were so many unbelievably grave strategic blunders that will likely be studied at military academies for the next 50 years about how not to conduct an excel. The the Afghan National Army was structured very similar to ours in that ground power. Is augmented with air power. But when Joe Biden pulled out their contractors that service their aircraft, he effectively decimated their air force. And so early on in this Taliban offensive, the Afghan National Army We're actually fighting back. But when they saw that they had no air support and likely no American support. I think they they just threw their hands up and said it's not worth it. The next question I have, and I really would like to know who is responsible for this for this decision, and I think it's President Biden. Is who made the decision to abandon Bagram airbase Before all of our American citizens and allies could be evacuated out of the country. It's shocking one of the greatest. It's one of the greatest strategic blunders. In America in the last century mark. There are only a few airstrips in Afghanistan, where you can actually land the plane. The Taliban controlled Kandahar, the Taliban. Control. Bagram, now in Kabul is almost overrun. So how exactly it's not just as simple as sending 5000 or 6000 more troops back into Afghanistan because we don't necessarily have a foothold to do it. And and all of this, every bit of it is laid right at the feet of Joe Biden. Had we killed bin Laden. The Taliban and Al Qaeda were absolutely decimated. We had almost a decade to plan and effective withdrawal, and it was completely destroyed and seven months of the Biden administration. It's just
Biden's Botched Afghan Exit Is a Disaster
"One of the great beltway. World-weary nobody bremmer called me. Partisan yesterday for speaking the absolute truth that this is all on one hundred percent. Joe biden the simpering leftist. Appeasement crowd has been out saying that. This is not joe. Biden's fault it's donald trump's fault. Mike pompeo sign that agreement. Mike pompeo was on fox. news yesterday. laying down the complete and utter and perfectly persuasive rebuttal to that nonsense seven months in office. They've been there seven months to have kept the twenty five hundred american soldiers. Five thousand nato troops in american airpower that we had agreed to keep their until an agreement had been negotiated between the afghan government and the taliban on power-sharing which foresaw anticipated a partition of the country into taliban zones and into free zones totally overrun. You got a week ago. By the way in konduz very well documented in the washington post and a report that i linked at hughhewitt dot com on my twitter account. But let me read to you. The wall street journal editorial president biden's statement on saturday. Washing his hands of afghanistan deserves to go down as one of the most shameful his history by commander in chief at such a moment of american retreat as the taliban closed in on kabul. Mr biden's in a confirmation of us. Abandonment that absolves himself of responsibility deflected blame to his predecessor and more or less invited the taliban to take over the country with that statement of capitulation the afghan military's last resistance collapsed taliban fighters captured kabul president. Ghani fled the country. While he was frantically tried to evacuate americans the jihadist us toppled twenty years ago for sheltering osama bin laden will now fly their flag over the us embassy building on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven.
The Left Can't Stay Away From Donald Trump
"I saw a really interesting article that i wanted to share because it really kind of hits it all of the major issues in america. Today particularly in politics i sorted appeared in the hill was written by monica. Crowley president trump lift off a seven months ago but the pathologically obsessed left. Just can't quit him. Every left wing meteorology. Let's ceaselessly talks about and curses him like it's august two thousand eighteen get their six year. Long wild-eyed anti-trump mania has in many ways only made him stronger witness the most recent filings by his save america pack and the federal election commission showing trump raised an eye popping eighty two million dollars in the first half of two thousand and twenty one and has over a hundred million dollars cash on hand with which to influence the two thousand and twenty two midterm elections. No other former president has ever inspired and controlled that kind of political fundraising juggernaut. Additionally trump has been holding key meetings a batty's future described by his former chief of staff mark meadows as making plans to move forward in a real way with president trump as the head of the ticket rod on q. Of course lift as commentators came out in force climbing the baden administration investigators and prosecutors a boxing trump in and that. He's influences on the wine but as he's massey fundraising dominant poll numbers and huge crowds at rallies indicate this is wildly off the mark and another transparent attempt to wish trump away. You'd think by now they would have learned. That is a fool's errand but they haven't and one of the favorite wise to try to diminishing dismiss him is to ignore his achievements which they will never concede make him. One of america's most successful presidents
Sen. Ted Cruz on Infrastructure Bill: 'This Is Reckless and It's Unprecedented'
"The infrastructure bill maher. It's a nightmare. Ted cruz had a had a great explanation of this on capitol hill yesterday a us. Senator ted cruz from texas a smart guy and you absorb the two thousand pages of crap that the democrats including a number of republicans are signing off on who shame on these republicans. That's the usual suspects. It's mitt romney. But lindsey graham lindsey graham i. I know that he wants to get stuff done. You can't listen. You can't get this done. Senator lindsey graham. Please listen to your colleague. Senator ted cruz. These numbers are real. The put that in perspective indexed for inflation. The united states government spent four point one trillion dollars to win war to four point one trillion dollars to win world war two the greatest generation scaling the cliffs of normandy beating the nazis. The democrats in seven months are spending more than double what we spent to win. World war two. This is reckless. And it's
Rep. Chip Roy Asks to Adjourn House After New Masking Rules
"Look you you've You've had we've been talking about mask. Mandates for practically this entire show because the idea that we're going to start imposing mass mandates on the vaccinated is just ridiculous and it's counterproductive to getting people on the right path to the end of this pandemic which is universal voluntary vaccination so that we can put an end to this thing. They are talking about in fact they are imposing a mask mandate in the house of representatives. You had a fiery speech about this. Tell us a little bit about what's going on there and what your objections are. Well look i mean. Let me first start very crystal clear that i'm pro vaccine. My dad had polio. He's lived with the ravages polio his whole life And i'm very glad that my children myself Other americans have been able to develop cells polio vaccine. And we're so blessed we've had two hundred. Ninety billion americans get maximum aided for cova think about that one hundred ninety million in seven months. We had an extraordinarily rollout. Thanks to the efforts by president trump which were opposed by democrats. Remember them closed. My democrat even have the vaccine. Now we have one hundred. Ninety million americans have been vaccinated when you include the people who've already had the virus. We're at something like eighty percent of all people over eighteen years old. I have some form of immunity led to keep working on that. Let's keep making sure that american people are free but now they want to force people to either be back stated by force or they want to force people to wear masks and on the floor of the house of representatives. Nancy pelosi wants to make everybody wear masks again. Despite the fact there's no data to back it up they're hypocrites. Dc mayors hosting weddings and parties without masks and reinstated. The mass mandate you see The mayor only had twenty seven people in the hospital when she lived into mask mandate of a couple of months ago. There were ninety people in the hospital where this is all show and politics and by doing it you're weakening freedom importantly you're causing people to say wait wasn't how was the purpose of getting the vaccine. You guys are insane. You don't know what you're talking about. It and i think it's harming america.
Best Tips on How to Run With a Jogging Stroller
"So i got a jogging stroller. Brian got me one for mother's day so any would have been okay. Hang on math. And he was seven months old. When i got a jogging stroller. I have the tuli urban glide. I love it So there's a lot of an. I'm not an expert you all know that A lot of places will say wait until they're six months or wait until they have full head control. There are the car seat attachments you can use. But i'll just share what i did. Which is yeah started small and really stuck small. I think probably the furthest. I don't even know if any and i've ever run more than like a five k. Together in the jogger. She's never loved it. To be honest. I love it But i never wanted to force it honestly. I get really anxious and embarrassed if any cries while she's in the jogging stroller even though i know she's fine And i tend to her and get her what she needs but sometimes babies cry and toddlers. Cry but i always feel like oh my god. Someone's going to see me and just look at me and think like look at this woman who cares more about getting her workout in than her kid. And i'm like that's not it like that's not no like she was happy for the first two miles. She just wants to get out and we're going to. We're almost at the playground. We're almost home. But like how does it that i think that much about. What like a stranger passing by in a car is going to think of me when i know my own kid and know that she's fine more about to get out or to change her diaper. Whatever it is.
Let's Make Podcasting Metrics More Meaningful
"I've talked with you all before. About how the way we study podcast. Metrics need to evolve and change. I wrote an article on the topic. All about making them more meaningful in that article. I've talked about the l. Intego williams who wrote an awesome piece for neiman lap. Discussing better ways to engage metrics. She was kind enough to come on the show and talk with me about her thoughts on the ways. We should be measuring success. Thank you so much for being here. I'm really excited heavier. We wrote an article a little while back in one of the main focuses was about not just looking at downloads looking at other metrics in wrote like a really killer article for nieman lab something. I wasn't super familiar with. When i kicked off problem so i want to turn over like tell everybody a little bit about your article and demon labs and what your goal was with that sure i will. Thanks for having me. I love talking shop with you. Your resign and your own. Thank you so. I genuinely believe and i think now. Of course four years have actually proven that the download is kind of useless as a measure of success. Then i think you agree at the armed. Smart people casting agree. It's like the emperor has no clothes kind of thing. And so i had just been a passive -ly other measurements for our shows over months and then neiman invited the invite a bunch of people at the end of the year to write an opinion. And i thought a if there is any marriage what you've been obsessing about for the last six or seven months put it down on paper and they share it so that people can scrutinize it right. Because i'm a journalist and so that's really where you test your idea in the public arena
iPhone 12 Passes 100 Million Sales in First Super-Cycle Since iPhone 6
"The world waits and debates. Whether another iphone super cycle is possible. Apple seems to a- pulled off another iphone super cycle i download. Blog has word of a new number from counterpoint research that number one hundred million according to the report. Apple's iphone twelve many iphone twelve iphone twelve pro and iphone twelve pro. Max collectively reached over one hundred million sales since its launch late last year. Which means just seven months later apple has sold a lot of the iphone twelve. No i'm not sure why they're saying seven months. The same i download blog piece says iphone twelve actually passed the one hundred million units mark in april. Not only does this almost match the iphone six launch according to the report but it actually beats the iphone eleven lineups one hundred million units sold marked by a full two months. Counterpoint says two factors pushed the phones sales. And the ludicrous speed. The first is by g and the second is oh lead across the entire line. Interestingly as well people have been buying bigger according to counterpoint there has also been a shift and model preferences between the iphone. Eleven and iphone twelve series consumers preferred the highest version of the iphone twelve series during the first seven months after the series launch the share of the pro max version and the iphone twelve series sales was twenty nine percent compared to the twenty five percent for the same model of the iphone. Eleven series this is also one of the reasons for the iphone twelve series grossing twenty two percent more revenue than the iphone eleven series in the first seven months of its launch.
Compassionate Leadership: A Conversation with Ania Smith, CEO of TaskRabbit
"So you've thought a lot about this two sided marketplace about uber airbnb. Now at task rabbit. Tell us a little bit about your challenge at task rabbit right now coming in as ceo. You started how many months were way into the pandemic. We are about six seven months into the pandemic you. It's your first time being a ceo of a major company. Tell us what that was like. How did you think about starting your role building. Trust all while working remotely with a remote team while honestly it's a bit scary. It's a bit overwhelming. It was my first job as a ceo. And i knew that. I wouldn't be able to meet anyone in person. I mean. we were in depth of the pandemic nominee extroverts. So generally i. I love energy of people. I love meeting people on asking questions and getting to know them in even though you can do that over. Zoom it's as we all have learned over the past year and a half. It's really not quite the same. I did think a lot about trust. And what it means to build trust remotely and a lot of that would came down to is transparency and communication and being really upfront and direct with people and so the first part of that is going on a listening tour so we at the time had about two hundred fifty employees or so and i met with every single person one on one to sue here about what is important to them. What are they thinking about. Why are there concerns. What are they happy about. Who is their husband or their wife or you know. How many kids do they have. And it was really nice. I always think about culture as garden. Sort of let it go still grow but you may not quite love everything that is growing out there on. Sometimes there are some weeds. Any your tend to it. You gotta just be thoughtful about what that means and so another thing that i started doing almost immediately because i couldn't see people in person every monday. I record a video for about five or so minutes. Just letting folks know what i'm thinking about. What's important coming up for this week. What our numbers are looking like. What are some awesome wins that we had. What are some things. That maybe have not been working. And i really. We see a lot of strong positive feedback. So i think that that's been good. I'm especially as we can't see each other. Don't know each other as well as we would
Armenia Votes in Election Triggered by War Defeat
"Iran's neighbor to the north Armenia is also holding really significant elections this weekend. They're heading to the polls in snap parliamentary elections on Sunday to defuse a political crisis of the country following its defeat in last year's war with Azerbaijan over the territory of Nagorno Karabakh. Voters face a tough choice between an embattled prime minister and a former strongman president. The BBC's Ron Dmitry reports campaigning in the North eastern Armenian town of oblivion, the incumbent union asks several 100 of his supporters gathered under the hot sun. If Armenia has a future that that guy Yes, The people apply for a man to me put up on that. When we say future, we mean you because you are the future of Armenia. You are going to build it with your own hands because you are the pillar. You have proved it in the last seven months in November last year, a six week war with Azerbaijan over Nagorno Karabakh. Ended in humiliation for medium the country lost swathes of territory and up to 4000 servicemen died. Many of them young recruits. That is a huge number for a small nation of three million. Oh, okay, well, Azerbaijan celebrated victory in Armenia. Many regarded a Russian brokered truce signed by Nicole Passion, You treacherous Months of protests by the opposition demanded his resignation. He offered early elections. Instead, 22 parties and four political blocs are contesting the Sunday vote. All three former president of Independent Armenia are taking part in the race.
CurlMix CEO Kim Lewis on Transitioning Between Product Lines and Creating Sustainable Business
"Tell us a little bit more about the transition from like subscription box company to signature products to dabbling in different areas again. Like tell us how you decide your product mix. We started chromos a diy curly hair so think of like blue apron but for curly hair. And we did that for like two years and that was my interview on south. I think my goal at the time. Half a million for the year. Neither we didn't think we'd have to. And i was like salty or whatever and i was like i had gotten pregnant. And how twenty seventeen and i was just like you know. My business is growing. The way i feel like you should be growing emphasis subscription. Box right And i talked to a few people. And i found out that the margins on my box way too small and what i have learned for anyone who does a subscription box if you are not getting products for free or if you are not Making it yourself. The margins aren't there for sustainable business. Usually and so we thirty percent margins for thirty dollars bucks whereas a typical hager company will have like seventy to ninety percent margins for the same price for one bottle. And i was like oh this even if i could scale this. I shouldn't because the math doesn't work. And so i was at the point where i really wasn't sure what i was going to do. With my business. I was like mcdonagh pivot. Close clothes pregnant. I started g. mat. I was figuring out of the nba. And i met my adviser I got a twenty thousand dollar arlen from backstage capital and she didn't give the money yet but she said basically said that like she wanted to invest in us in the meantime she will participate in all the backstage capital events But didn't have the money yet. So it's okay that's cool and i met my adviser who has a I always say this. He's a bald asian man but he's so nice and he is so smart. He's an engineer. Worked at as you tech companies early on and got shares and all that and he was like. What's your best selling box. It's our flexi gel manufacturers will make it for us you know they. It's it's too much like food. I got a boil real flat seeds. Extract the joe and he was like they just won't do it and he's like well. Why don't you figure it out and i'm like br been trying. It's not working. I'm seven months pregnant. What do you mean he was like figure it out. Never stopped selling your best product. And i was just like okay so i spent a monday my kitchen seven months pregnant. I may fifty different badges of lexi jail like found one that i loved it every time people will flag me down like what is in your hair l. me now. Don't go anywhere. And i'm working on it. So we've relaunched. We lost our audience with pre orders. Because he has launched a nut stuff to know that you do not just go out and buy bunch of inventory and figure out how to sell it later. You sell it. I even though the
"seven months" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"In basically seven months or less. Is that not extraordinary, Dr Siegel? Yeah, The thing that was most extraordinary about that, in this story is not told enough is that it was a bringing together. Of different groups. The United States military was involved. HHS was involved. You know the White House was involved. Private companies were involved. McKesson was involved. CDC But they they had the private manufacturers knowing that there was a built in, uh, pre purchase of this, you get it to market. We're buying it. And you know that any private company needs that in order to manufacture So that deal that was set up even if it even if it took ah, couple of months past inauguration Day to really hit its stride it over three million doses a day. That deal was engineered months and months before it didn't come out of nowhere. And I think that the president would be doing the country a service if he would acknowledge that instead of continually saying I got zero doses, I could First of all, it wasn't It was a million doses a day already. And when he came into office, but even I mean, this isn't the time for that kind of divisiveness. Yeah, it was a terrible comment. He did great. That's right. Past administration did great and we're doing great. Yeah, exactly right. And you could even said we we got a lot. Left for us, and we've even ramped it up, Maura that he could have taken credit and given credit instead to say there were none is so unserious is blatantly intellectually dishonest. He got the vaccine himself that were there. No vaccines. So, yeah, I'm with you 100% on that Dr Siegel, Dr. Mark Siegel on the guy Benson Newsmaker Line, The distinguished Fox News Medical correspondent, the author of Co vid. The politics of fear and the power of science. How do you think the history books are going to reflect and describe the states that Button down and suffocated their citizens and their businesses and shut them down. I mean, brutally locked them down versus other states that Let people continue to live. And so my question is with with respect to those who were able to continue to live, and those that were shut down in this some cases, as you know, ruins their businesses closed forever. And so on. How do you think the history books We're going to score the performance of those that did either scenario. Well, I'm gonna be more balanced on this than you think. I think that it had to do with misinformation at the beginning. In other words, a new A new virus comes out of China were misinformed, of course by China. Our scientists are relying on Chinese scientists who themselves were being buttoned down in China. The World Health Organization was a very limited if any value. We had no idea that this virus spread so easily that it caused 40% of the cases were asymptomatic that hung in the air. That was even Aris allies. We're talking about surfaces. We were doing deep cleanings, and it turns out it's not even spread easily on services. It's much more just pure respiratory virus. So then you realize that the real protection Is in not social distancing because it's hanging in the air, which we kept saying a million times social distancing masks definitely helped, though, and that's something that science showed over the course of the pandemic masks help because because the virus is ubiquitous, but again, deep cleanings, very limited value. Distancing Matt masts of some value, but to the point you're getting up. Lockdowns and the shutdowns and the closures are based on 1918 social public health. Based on a totally different virus, the flu virus, the flu is much less easily transmissible. The flu is transmitted by large droplets so that distancing plays more of ah, a factor. The flu doesn't hang in the air. And then the idea that we jumped quickly to 1918 modeling, You know, quote like in ST Louis closed, the schools closed. The bowling alley's closed the street cars. I mean, it's very, very hard to superimpose that kind of public health model on a virus. That's this ubiquitous the only places that have really done it successfully, in my opinion, our New Zealand and Australia But look, they're islands, right? They can close all incoming and show everybody down and keep the virus completely out. History may look at that is draconian. It made me look at that is excessive, but that at least work it didn't work here. It doesn't work to shut down a city when everybody is still spreading it indoors anyway, and poorer communities there gonna be more likely to spread it because they have no summer house on the water to go to Two minutes Roll with Fox News medical correspondent Dr Mark Siegel, the author of Covert the Politics of Fear and The Power of Science. It's really a great read, and you can follow Dr Mark Siegel on Twitter at Dr Mark Siegel. See at the end of Mark Mark Siegel at Dr Mark Siegel on Twitter. His handle. Dr Siegel in closing. I really do believe this opinion editorial should as many eyeballs as possible. Our fellow Americans should read it because I believe your article is spot on with respect to responsibly ending mass mandates to spur vaccination, and you are very quick to point out. There's times where you just did, where the masks are very appropriate in crowded areas. And things like that. Tell us your take away from your Wall Street journal Op ed piece. No, I think Harry There's a lot of points in there about having a spirit of opening in the spirit of freedom and liberty and a spirit of confidence in your in your public, which we need again. We need the government to restore the sense that they have confidence in us is individuals. But probably the most important and interesting point There is this. Why should we punish inadvertently those who have taken the vaccine? By continuing all of these restrictions to protect those who have it. I think if we give a nod to those who have and reopen the society than those who haven't they're going to say I won't have one, too. So that I'm protected. That's how America works. It doesn't work. Bye bye, superimposed. You know restrictions of freedom. That's not this country. This country is everybody says Well, he had it and he's doing well, so I want it. That's how we have to go. You have helped save lives. You've done it with your media career, and you've done it at why you honor to present you, Dr Siegel. Very grateful. Thanks for having me always enjoyed coming on with you. Thanks. So what? Thank you, sir. Doctor, Marc Siegel will be back when we come back. This is the full first hour of the guy Benson Show is alcove in 19 all the time, and we're going to conclude with an important item is well, somebody has been Named. They haven't received it yet, but they're going to receive it. So we're going to say that they're nominated to receive a very prestigious award relative to covert 19 and also I want to highlight. What the Yankees and the Mets are doing, because I think it is terrific. With team Christine. Why it and Max I am Harry Hurley filling in today. This is the guy dancing show energetic, informed his face guy Benson show. Mm hmm. Did you know that about 20% of all U. S dollars were created in 2020? Yeah, Most people don't know that. What do you think the effect of all those.
"seven months" Discussed on Big Book Podcast
"The eleventh story from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in thirty nine. It's entitled the Seven Months Slip and was printed only in the first edition of the book. This short cautionary tale describes a seven month relapse that followed carelessness and over competence after a year of sobriety in a and now the original story the seven month slip at fourteen years of age when I should have been at home under the supervision of my parents I was in the United States army serving a one year enlistment. I found myself with a bunch of men. None too good for fourteen year old kid who passed easily for eighteen. I transferred my hero worshipping to these men of the world. I suppose the worst damage done in that year in the army barracks was the development of an almost unconscious admiration for their apparently jolly sort of living once out of uniform. I went to Mexico where I worked for an oil company. Here I learned to take on a cargo of beer and hold it later. I rode the range in the Texas cow country and often went to town with the boys to whoop it up on payday. By the time I returned to my home in the Middle West I had learned several patterns of living to say nothing of cocksure attitude that I needed no advice from anyone. The next ten years are sketchy. During this time I married an established my own home and everything was lovely for a time soon. I was having a good time. Getting around the law in speak easies. Oh yes I outsmarted our national laws but I was not quite successful in evading. The old moral law. I was working for a large industrial concern and had been promoted to a supervision job. In spite of big parties I was for three or four years able to be on the job the next morning then gradually. The hangover's became more persistent. And I found myself not only needing a few shots of liquor before I could go to work at all but finally found it advisable to stay at home and sober up by the taper off method. My boss tried to give me some good advice. When that didn't help. They tried more. Drastic measures laying off without pay. They covered up my to frequent absences many times. In order to keep them from the attention of the higher officials in the company. My attitude was that I could handle my liquor whenever I wanted to go about it seriously. And I considered my absences no worse than those of other employees and officials who are getting away with murder in their drinking one does not have to use his imagination. Much to realize that. This sort of drinking is hard on the matrimonial relationship after proving myself. Neither faithful nor capable of being temperate. My wife left me obtained a judicial separation. This gave me a really good excuse to get drunk in the years. Nineteen thirty three and nineteen thirty four. I was fired several times but always got my job back on my promises to do better on the last occasion. I was reduced to the Labor gang in the plant. I made a terrific effort to stay sober and prove myself capable of better things. I succeeded pretty well. And one day I was called into the production chief's office and told I had met with the approval of the executive department and to be ready to start on a better job. This good news seemed to justify mild celebration with a few beers exactly four days later. I reported for work only to find that they too knew about the mild celebration and that they had decided to check me out altogether after time I went back and I was assigned to one of the hardest jobs in the factory. I was in bad shape physically and after six months of this I quit going on a drunk with my last paycheck then began to find that the friends with whom I had been drinking for some time seemed to disappear. This made me resentful and I found myself many times feeling that everybody was against me. Bootleg joins became my hangouts. I sold my books car and even clothing in order to buy a few drinks. I'm certain that my family kept me gravitating to flop-houses and gutters. I'm eternally thankful to them that they never threw me out or refused me help when I was drinking. Of course I didn't appreciate their kindness then and I began to stay away from home. On protracted drinking spells. Somehow my family heard of two men in town had found a way to quit drinking. They suggested that I contact these men but I- retorted if I can't handle my liquor with my own willpower. Then I had better jump over the viaduct another one. My usual drinking spells came on. I drank for about ten days with no food except coffee before I was sick enough to start the battle back to sobriety with the accompanying shakes. Night sweats jittery. Nerves and horrible dreams. This time I felt that I really needed some help. I told my mother she could call the doctor. Who was the center of the Little Group of former drinkers? She did I allowed myself to be taken to a hospital where it took several days for my head to clear and my nerves to settle then. One day I had a couple of visitors won a man from New York and the other a local attorney during our conversation I learned that they had been as bad as myself into striking and that they had found relief and had been able to make a comeback later they went into more detail and put it to me very straight that. I'd have to give over my desires and attitudes to power higher than myself. Which would give me new desires. Attitudes here was a religion put to me. In a different way and presented by three pass masters in liquor guzzling on the strength of their stories. I decided to give it a try and it worked as long as I allowed it to do so. After a year of learning new ways of living new attitudes and desires. I became self confident and then careless. I suppose you would say I got to feeling too sure of myself and Zoe I. It was a beer on Saturday nights and then it was a fine drunk. I knew exactly what I had done to myself to this old grief. I tried to handle my life on the strength of my own ideas and plans instead of looking to God for the inspiration and the strength. But I didn't do anything about it. I thought to hell with everybody. I'm going to do as I please. So I- floundered around for seven months refusing help from any quarter but one day. I volunteered to take another drunk on a trip to sober him up when we got back to town. We were both drunk and went to a hotel to sober up then. I began to reason the thing out I had been sober happy man for a year. Living decently in trying to follow the will of God. Now I was unshaven unkept. Ill looking bleary eyed. I decided then and there and went back to my friends who offered me help. And who never lectured me on my seven month failure. That was more than a year ago. I don't say now that I can do anything. I only know that as long as I seek. God's help to the best of my ability just so long will liquor never bother me. This concludes the reading of the seven month. Slip from the first edition of alcoholics anonymous. I'm grateful you listened. Stay tuned for the next episode entitled. My wife and I if this is the first time you've listened to this podcast. Please note that all eleven chapters in the main section of the big book are in earlier.
"seven months" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Them again I stand for H. seven months and got a middle over there and I applaud that yeah me too okay but he didn't didn't understand why I use all the money out of the smoke no idea well why don't we do it out of the country opal I mean it one of the worst guys on a planet Solomonic and then you go to the green new deal is down with it blogs agree no deal got to have economic justice along with it so the judge is radical left is Bernie Sanders without the socialist label and I predict that the press will soon turn to boot a judge and just today there's a column by eighty B. Stoddard you know are you see on TV once along yes I know the name all right so your heirs are here's ABC as mayor Pete is not male Peters proven not only to be a compelling cabinet with a resident message but effective campaigner all what exactly is the resident message do you it is anybody know what what's the resident mess I think it's quite honestly I don't know if he actually talks about this very much but I think what people get from him is Hey look I'm reasonable and we all just come together that's that's yeah it's a whole it's a whole and change kind of message without ever to finding a change as you know all eight years ago I was in New Hampshire with Barack Obama and that famous incident where his body man tried to block my cameraman from shooting I had to remove the body man I'll but you a bombers credit he said that day that he do an interview with me any day but I sat there for speech after speech and was open change changing hope I don't know who I hope is the one I need well then the changer it was crazy that's exactly what the judges the western impaired your way on the new debt so we're gonna do nat and an embargo lowly all weather was so bad and then I thought the judge would say well yeah but you in Ulysses grant really screwed up a couple of you know that kind of thing so yeah right he is the new young hip die but this woman AB Stoddard who is a national call no resident message yeah what alright bill let me let me just change subjects what's happening with the Attorney General and and Donald Trump with the tweets is this anything is added to worry about or is this just friendly sparring back and forth I don't think there's anything friendly about it I think there is very worried that the media which desperately wants to marginalize him before the dorm report right I don't have the I. collection they're in the media is gone say he's an attack bars in a tank you are listening bar dorm anybody else as are any tank to drop right and that's what brought is worried about right Hey he doesn't want to have a label and then drop makes it very hard for him by tweeting out stop while investigations and cases are under way and here's out there it is and I'll tell you why trump does it in a minute truck didn't have to say a word let alone yeah stone nine.
"seven months" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"With complete strangers online seven months after the accident before Hannah's foot was positively identified I decided to check in with Amy at last to find out the group is called finding the missing heart children and honoring the heart children the short term goals were Q. find Sierra divide PM Hannah now you want and had a sincere had can count and also honoring all the children the abuse and toward and so that they did not die in vain longer term solution such as you know home school regulations or caption repertoire I think that at that maximum capacity would probably had maybe with five hundred people we ask people what their skills were a ground you know being that grant writer or a lawyer somebody who's worked in the legislature you need more who's worked in social services community you name it we ask like what people girls were and according to that we were fine people have different responsibilities at peak level I would absolutely say you know myself and a few others who were working on this twenty hours a day so we were sleeping for hours and we we're doing that whole time twenty hours a day that is a serious commitment for someone with the family a career a lice Amy is a mom of two and a cookbook author who happens to have a law degree there really were only about four have had that were in that core group like staying up twenty every day and then there was probably in my you know fifteen people that had like a real interest in helping we were calling all of the county's everything all day all the different county sheriff to find out what was happening with the search that way all the town youth that general in Washington and Oregon and California from calling their.
"seven months" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Mother gave birth seven months ago in the Joe he's been just stating in the pouch since then the U. S. D. toreros got their first win of the season the beat Fresno state last night our weather for San Diego partly cloudy in the overnight hours lows around fifty six degrees should be partly sunny later today highs near seventy one it's foggy in sixteen out Lindbergh field I'm ready fuller AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news first light is now switched on for an early Wednesday good morning I'm Michael to stand out from Westwood One news in Washington it's a big day here in the nation's capital first of all it is very cold the house Democrats are hoping to generate some political heat as they kick off the first public hearings in this phase of the impeachment enquiring were on Capitol Hill for that then we'll move about the country checking on the arctic blast that is left two thirds of a shivering devore castle let us know when this will and I hope in sports a huge upset in college basketball later on this morning we've got an important update on Tara cops reporting on a dramatic escalation of the cancer rate in veterans lots of new information there some just some of what is ahead for a mid week morning on first light it is seven minutes past the hour producer David oziel an audio engineer Alex intent or on the other side of the glass here in studio twelve looking all snug and warm and I believe we are all set now to get into high gear as you know the public impeachment hearings begin this morning and some high profile witnesses are going to lead off the proceedings correspondent when the canyon is on Capitol.
"seven months" Discussed on KTOK
"In the death of his seven month old son Jim Forsyth reports in addition to the murder play Victor men Horace confessed to desecration of a corpse and second degree burglary men Horace was arrested in March of twenty eighteen for the death of his seven month old son Jody the baby's body was found in a trash can outside Oklahoma City house after Norman police issued an amber alert the medical examiner's office said the baby had a skull fracture and died of blunt force trauma and the cloud teenage girl pleads guilty to first degree manslaughter in the death of her friend Isabella Sabas said minute shooting Kaylan Thomas in the head on October twenty eighteen while she faces a thirty year sentence she'll be in the custody of the office of juvenile affairs and could be released under supervision in less than a year licking county district attorney Alan grub tells news for the sentence is fair it just is one of the girls and thirty years I believe this is a good sentence you know it's up to the state of Oklahoma and the office of juvenile fares on what happens from there prosecutors say Saba St Thomas were among a group of teens playing with a gun in the cloud home when the gunfire sobs will be formally sentenced October second hurricane Dorian past Florida but the storm is still being projected to hit the Carolinas by this weekend Lauren Blanchard is in Atlantic beach Florida people here in Florida.
"seven months" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick
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Hello like one bite. And it's every bit of. Real Bank coming back. Oh, yeah. I got off. Like our lead around a bite piece. Brow? Brow? Would do this so bad at the pool b like you can go home and make these for me with the. Yeah. The nice, man. He probably probably sure. Doing. If y'all do that, please let me know because I was stopped by here in come back. Come of it this full. Came how cake online I was trying to get everybody K. But nobody want was the Kate. Good was the cake was good. How much time we got. 'cause I'm gonna drop bound for we go. Ten ten. All right continue. Well, he came for some cake. And then he came by the next day after for some. Like, I was so hurt to the cake is face. I was I was hurt. I was literally my soul her like, I know there's cake there. I had it. I had the taste in my mouth. Heck, yeah. I never came around. I became his backyard too. You lucky? I ain't got a good head. I'm like, hey. Oh, I see. And then open the door. I'm like, okay. Some cake. Some cake kick, it's an amount came and made a circle round came in a backyard came back in my house came cake, like he's gone. He's walk right to the front door. Man. It's way the know. Your neighbor was was using the we Wacker backyard and the way it sounded. I thought it was you. So I was like let me just go on. And then when you wouldn't hear seen Dalen kitchen. I was like all right. Well, let me just go through. He was was on the couch. Yeah. Date y'all's on the couch having y'all's having that good couple times. The where I was like. Oh, yeah. Now. Leases watching TV real chilling lake known top of me, look real y'all look real. And I can't wait, no more. I got by. Look we explode too about the flow this room levian we up their chilling. Right. And then I think we talking about the podcast, and then she is like that whole just deposits, and all that junk do not make sense. We all we're gonna talk about this. We did. Yes. Oh, I bet is to like. This checks into posits. Like where are we talking about relationship? Deciphered that bug down to man, we broke that down to the brake pads off no matter high came back to it. You'll logic may tip. I see it. And then she's like it don't make this dog. She was like so pissed that it makes it so basically. Not right. With. How is cracking up? Our pre he's up to five in the morning on a on a fluke trying to disprove my theory. Easter for twenty mission sat here, he was like, I don't like it. But I can't deny it. And then like tip light. Because he said this and Mike, but it comes back to the same thing about how you say. I was like the only difference. I don't like is approach. And it's just too straightforward. Like is just broke down and cut like this. What it is right now if you soften did then you probably like it. But it's still come back to what he said. I mean, that's really all right. That's really all. It is. Like, it it it brings too much reality to this is like I don't wanna live in a world. That's built like that. And I'm okay with it. Like this. Thank you. I'm off racial bag. Forgot that what was saying that she said that. But I was cracking. I appreciate Noah that. I was right. And look on that. No. That's perfect way to end it. That's a perfect way to end. It was gonna kick it tonight. Are you sleepy hit it on? That's that's just calling me. I'm pretty sure the firm, I'm putting conferment like rolling tonight. Hey, look, I'm rolling. I I really need you tonight. I think about it. I'm rolling with some people that I do not know. You won't be the knowing you their escapade you going man Nate can't get in. Because he ain't got no shoes. Are you sure are really kind of an eye. I really kinda feel this way. If I got a dress differently to go to your club. Then I have to go to church, then maybe I'll need to go your club. How you just charge Turkey. I go to now is just like I mean, I make it makes sense as to why they're stress Coles at close because I feel like when people dress differently, they aggregate friendly's. So it makes sense click Clack. So I feel like that. I used to believe Los ain't people praising God, and like, tennis, shoes and jerseys. Hey, but not flashing click class. I hate them type of clubs though. It's not like route is not man like let me throw some Chuck's, man. I'm more of a, you know, dive bar seeing China tell these cats. I'm like yo is other spots. We can go they like, and it's a buoy spot. But he's will g he looked like he'd do golf. He do. Yeah. That's his main thing to do. He got he got a real country club look to them. Which is why I'm like over here him in hall like like. I don't know if that's my Kreil. Hey, look, he my dog. But I figure like I sent him for who years. Sure. I sent his crew. But I don't know if that next level, look, I knew who he was when I came over to his birthday party. And when I came to birthday party in seen who was there the layout the house the bat yet the wife. When y'all. We could leave it at this. We talk about when your wife is getting you. But she not a negative. I just said she blacker the most you gotta really think about the ad thing. She said that too. I'm blacker the most to nah. Not that. I feel like he's more squared in me. Yeah. Fat, but you the black personnel relationship, but you ain't black. She vallejo. L L E J O H tie that will live side go. It's all about the in straight game is all. No one all about the LFAS. All right. Hi, mary. This is short one, man. Sorry about that. That that got to go to meetings on blaming it on him. Hello. This is solid. Our short. At that. Give me something quick to the punches pop out about if y'all get to try to carry on this semi attacks on the how long you mean for. Try to this to the diet. 'cause try tips and vegetables. Give me a style burger in and out. To those shakes. Thanks for listening. And now is not good food when China do good. White man, and we out.
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"This. A lot of that'd be easy this I know blank slate. Somebody else that happens more than we think. No, no. I know doing I plied them them out there. I'm just not that do. And it's like, I mean, you'll brothers example. What's the difference between being with you nine months while you carrying another man's kid coming in your baby is like it's old every? Got a baby. Daddy, like, I feel you would prefer not to have a baby. Daddy. Worlds. Baby. Daddy, really got. He never needs to know. And every time he say why look different from my you gotta lice gang grandma on the family somewhere. I just I you ain't going down until getting donor egg. There's no reason they are not from your pipe art me into I love to. We break up. See all I knew she always wanted to have a baby. And she go get the donor joint up inner I can't say that I leave. But is she that age where she like in the high thirties seven and all that junk thirty eight and is good possibility that she can't have another kid, and I ain't got no kids. I'm out. I'm getting. I'm getting. At. Where'd you lost the Lucas? I'll be listening lost. So so that's a lack of integrity on your part. I take it because because you in that situation you supposed to man up and say, well, if I wanna never left this ever has. So you let no I left came back now you pregnant, okay seal the deal, but you put that stamping set that you were you, okay. Biddle youngster? I'm getting. Have three kids, and we're gonna give it I have no kids because you got snipped. I'm Tom before. I got. I'm how much is period. Over you're gonna begin the donor egg. Anyway. Laugh, so hard pointy, pre snip this all hypothetical. I feel you I feel where you feel like you trying to say, but I'm saying like at at that point if I'm a woman doll, you can't have no kids. Now, you got this donor kit. Why why I'm gonna take this donor kid when I get a youngster and a half three kids. But it's not about the kid is about me as a woman like you woman. Now, he just said that oh missed that part. And you woman. Go home. We can the easier to baby is about me as the woman. So like if you really love me, and you really saying you wanna be with me, then you knew you love my bag UCI, far my love. Go was another scenario. I. This. So what about that? What about this? So we know my sister-in-law was Saragan. Right. But the people she was Sarah gating for is the right word. Right. Shouldn't they ran out of eggs? So I believe it was a donor. A and the that sperm in a mama delivered. Well. Oh, she is savage. But what I'm saying? There's so many there's so many scenarios especially with infertility everything else. What if so what if your sperm wasn't working, right? And we really wanna kidding. Your sperm wasn't working. My eggs are perfectly fine. So we reach out get donor sperm you saying that you couldn't. Except that may just think you I think feel a more canal not connection is just like, y'all. Let's just get a kid and adopted kid. I try to go that route. I will be selfish. Why do you get half of this baby? Nothing. I kind of got how the baby gets here. I'm not gonna lie. I tried to go to selfish sell easy easier to accept me. You raise two sons that weren't from your loin. So I feel like everything saying right now, he accepted the baby. Oh, that's different family dog. This is family off outer somebody else family jetted in my chick. But we don't know is an anonymous. You'll two nephews. Are only related to you through your kick. So what's more related like her nephews or the child that's growing in her womb? Like, I. You know, what I say earlier? Goes back to what I said earlier for so at we're reason I accepted chick with a kid. I know that coming into it. But you got pregnant on me by by donor orients pregnant own you, you were in the picture you let okay. Well, don't matter like, I'm not going through this guy. Wait till the baby comes in the you'll come around. I'll feel like I feel like it's a win. It's like it's like it's like that's just dumb. How? Win win for the woma sound dumb. Hey, how San? I can't say. So all to your, mama. Right. Start by saying top to the professor I thought she was talking about Jeanine. 'cause you know, we call him the professor he's talking to nine. And then he was like, no. I was like, oh, he's money Joma. She was like they had looking at d I just walked past. Like, I I have blind his own. Let me go straight that. She was talking to him on top everybody. We had a we had a lovely conversations is the is the most interacting I've ever had with her with with your mom. It was interesting because I can see now where you'll sister gets her energy from she's definitely like your mother's cow replicas. Yeah. They're like the exact same definitely. Oh, my nieces like also on that train. Yes. They are definitely divas to the to the fullest of the. Yes. But as we were as we were talking having a great conversation with her like I needed to get out. All the information that I was downloading with her, right? And we needed to kind of get on the same page, but at the same time, I'm looking at the corner. I and I see that line that food line.
"seven months" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick
"Episode baby. And then he tried it like start having input issues. Like this not house was the B B uncle. Would you would they wanna keep like keeping in a family? Like, you know, what I mean like that's a hard notice Saito. If my sister, I think I would you know, what I mean terribly partner was wanting to our partner when they have a baby and she liked we just wanna use your sperm daily dose. One of your one though. I don't know of my sister would really not. I'm just saying wall. What is going to be daddy Oncle? But what it should be? Sure. Mind open Shogo be like the, and there will be at least three conversations over to eighteen years of that child's life where I'm gonna be like, that's my son or that's my like. And I wanna be able to help do that to take a DNA test like ice, I know papers, which you mean tying right signing nothing. I'm Tom out. I taking you to court if you ain't. Parental rights signing that nah doing, but I'm Colin support. Oh, no. I'm fine. Like you wanna be a pair? Papers man trick. I forgot about that point eight. No, I'm cool. Well, I don't know. I felt like so being Mary Jane dish wash that how much though. So being Mary, Jane, you know, Mary, Jane, we got we got some time. I just let us not what we looking at though, just let us know argue being Mary, Jane. So, you know, the show went off and then it came back or like a closure. Yeah. It was two hours. Like, okay. Let's because the end it like it was coming back 'cause I don't even think they knew wasn't coming back when the end it. So they came back with the two hours over a contract. Whatever the case may be the show got cancelled. So they weren't coming back. And what the I remember they came back for this two hours to just hear you guys. Go to complete the story. So she was like, I don't know how to be in that show. But I'm sure she had to be like thirty high or something, and she could not find a man and couldn't keep it together. And she wanted kids. So she got a donor got donor sperm, and then made an embryo and had them frozen. And then when her last relationship fell through she went and got the the embryo implanted cuss up right there. Didn't Jennifer Lopez make a movie like with you say. She got pregnant and then fell in love with let you go. I don't know. But she did that and in her boyfriend that left came back in propose to her as all going to say, she's like, ooh. So I'm pregnant because it end up taking so she got pregnant, and then he was mad about it. He was like, man. Why would you do that? You didn't take me in consideration about she was like do you left like you left with no intention of coming back? So I had to move on. And I wanted a family, and what was I gonna wait for I I wanna trial. So and he and he left her again because he didn't feel like he could take care of a baby that wasn't his meet ASA minimum doses. Taken care. No donor baby. But why allude goner donor, and you can still have more so Omer in those interesting because on a primal on a primal level. That's why men sheet. Because what because like on a primal level is all about trying to get your seed out into the world, right like as 'cause you're seed represents life, but you no side shake pregnant. This. The goal is not to get us. I'm pregnant goal is the half fun, not like branches. See I said primal level not to say that that's the goal for us intelligence folks, do that. But what I'm saying is like out of very primal level. Like that is a man's like most basic desire is to have children like to be able to. So all that to say like him saying, I don't know if I could love a kid. That's not mine is because like at that basic primal level like he needs to be able to look at the kid and see him and know that like that's my life that is being extended through that. Does he have kids? But it's just like I said men don't always think beyond like the immediate thing. Like, I don't have. No problem with women having kids in me except in that. But I gotta go a whole nine months with somebody else. Do can't. When you don't even know how to do this.
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"Us. Just say. You know, like why you may bring it around. I got maybe they know how you feel not that you don't accept them. But they know that even though you accept bass why talked about, but even though you you still don't agree with it. Right. Can you accept can you accept something not agree with you, something you you have your cousins even heterosexual ones? Like, I accept you for being in his relationship. I agree with it. But that's on you, and they bring it around. So is no different. Everybody know when they bring that person in the house moving on channel, we don't like, but they don't need to be saying invite it you don't need to be saved. But is unspoken saying like, even if you had a conversation with them like I don't like them. But whatever if you're going to bring him around, I love you. And if that's what you wanna do I roll with it. But also think for people like him. Him me. People. Who sister? I have a friend whose sister is gay. But she like rotates girls like has lot. Nobody serious and says she's like, no, you can't come around with your argued that flavor of the month is what she called it. If you're not serious. I don't wanna expose I won't have to expose my family and stuff unnecessary stuff. Okay. But let's go back to. Yes. So the question was do you have any kids? And the and then it was like, so I. Think about it together. I don't even know what you're talking about. So that's why I wanna see talking about. I'm talking about women. When they get to like thirty. Okay. And they don't have no kids and they not married muscle. Right. Just listen. Okay. So like people will often say if they meet a thirty or thirty plus year old woman with no kids, married got problems. They will be like is anything wrong with that person? Or they'll ask the woman directly like, you ain't got no kids, you won't kids. Like, why are you ain't got no kids? And so the issue which your Sister, Mary Jane was that he was asking those questions where baby. Yeah. And the way it was interpreted was like, do you not think as a thirty year old woman that I don't wanna have kids here? So why are you putting me on the spot right now? I don't even know you, and you ask me, why don't have no kids and do I won't kiss and all that stuff like. Hey. That's cultural cultural dog. That's that's that's that's that's that's believe it or not. That's what I'll be trying to Spain the people in a family like she is a true white girl. Like, you know, what I'm saying? Like is no is no no more wired out of it. That's a normal conversation. They have is a normal conversation. It is. But like like like, cultural more like white people more open to speak about things in that type of nature with people that they don't know and black people with more like Maya business type thing, and she don't lightly they trae lightly are get to know, you are warm you up so she like bam thirty and you ain't got no kids. So it was you know, kids like it definitely was received like that. Right. Like, I could see how the the different cultures in terms of that necessity plays into. But also just feel like, and it's something that I'm learning which is like women at that age. I think you have to take into account like. They may be sensitive about that. Because they looked at a lot of friends. Nobody really thinks about that in the moment. No. You don't it's like an afterthought, especially when they'd be like, oh, well, you not been trying. And I then like all day, I didn't think or even think about the feminine somebody might have had a a few cure. But then at the same time, I feel like it would be always possibility 'cause you can shut that conversation down quick fast and in hurry. I remember my immature days putting on Facebook. If you're thirty five and over and gun on kids. You're the problem. Wow. Man. I gotta tack like a mug. Well, that's like really harsh thing essay immature days, it popped up on my like the thing because it had Hello reviews on that jump like what if she wanted to a business? What does she want? Not think about this guy's guess what? What not everybody won't kids? Not everybody want kids. But a lot of women do more. I'm just going up these apprised. I'm going off to like, I said, this is broke this, bro. Signs. I don't out. Typically gross fangs statistically, bro. Science. I think more women do that though. I applaud the women that that wait for the right, man. And not just. Science right applied to women that way and do things right. Versus just getting desperate and say, I'm just gonna go with this do and just have a baby daddy or like being Mary, Jane or just going to the Bank into like, I'm gonna do solo. Like, I I me personally is come from young PD PWG pretty white teeth, our respect that man why I feel like I feel like a kid should know his dad is and not history behind like just I think it's somewhat saying for thirty five and it got no Caja the problems. I took it. I said that when I was in. I said that when I was immature will say it just made me realize that how much pressure there is on women to be enormous makers there's pressure if you're dating somebody we all going to get married. We get married when you're going to have a baby you had a baby we even have your next baby. Like, it's just like it's just it's just there is all of those things. And so for me that was just part of the conversation. We'll just like I'm being like, I've never met Nali this person. I've never met anyone in the space, and those are the first questions that that he is asking me hounded. And it's like, yes, I like, yes, I want all of these things. But why are you asking? So you're bringing up trauma for me. You know what I mean? 'cause that's something that I say to myself like I wonder as a thirty year old woman like m I ever find somebody to marry an m I don't ever have kids, and is it too late because my eggs are you like the fact that you'll have a shelf life on wing y'all life definitely a shelf fly. And that's that's something that men don't have to worry about. We can do to ensure right, but it's one away outline water. No, I'm talking about freezing, your eggs and stuff. Right. But just those are things that like a world in conversation that I have not been exposed to. You know what I mean? Whereas like in is similar to win like, Nicole had a miscarriage, right? Just like the fact that we don't talk about miscarriages. And so when you you might see somebody like Nicole and be like, y'all got one yellow won't know more in his like, we do we've had foam miscarriages. So it's not like we ain't trying to have another one. But it's like nobody's going around wearing assign like four scares, and we're still trying to see if what on the surface. Yeah. And then the last thing he was saying was like she feels like she gets punished for being thirty with no kids for not being. Frivolous as young woman like like, there's this almost mandate. Like that is so or or we accepted that it's okay, if you'll I if you have multiple baby, daddy, I just said, I plied the women at wait and be patient with to give them the dude and the family differently about that. I don't I don't feel like it's a I can't say it's I don't have no respect for a woman who is getting up in age haven't found the Mr. right? And if she's able to bring a child into the world and she wants to she can provide for that. I don't see no problem with that. Let me ask you some. If if if your sister was with a woman, and they won the usual sperm would you use it? No, they did that on girlfriends William way, if my sister system, Todd itself uncle daddy. Episode
"seven months" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick
"Challenger says garage cannot check it out. Yeah. I'm not selling it to you already know. Your husband already told me she I just wanna see it as soon as we went out there. We out there for like two minutes. He came up you're about to leave might get outta here. I'm like painted up for a second essay. Now, he can't be what he thinking is like nine and then a communist situation now but fast for when tiff got the car. That's when it got weird. Like the next day they went on and beef about it is. So what is the you know, what's the protocol? If you are whether you single or married as a woman, you go to to a merry couple's house like list the list the rule of thumb for solo time with the husband of the house. I never thought about it. I mean depends on who it is. It depends on who it is. And what they go through like, if if you know, your wife is just friendly and just like the, socialize. And she's that's the type of person she is then you a set down. So. Oh, I don't know. Nothing about his wife out my first time meeting his wife. So I don't know what they had going on prior. Are what anything that they had so regardless. No having to do meet that's between them to okay. So you just you just ride it like if if I know I'm doing something make her uncomfortable. Then she going check me are she on tell me a you doing too much. Plain simple. I feel like. I feel like there should be internal clocking head. That's like I've been so low with this do for too long. I I need to go and get back either in a group setting or kiss remove must eat because you can't. And I feel like that time. Limit is is somewhere below five minutes, the pens 'cause you and I could be in a place by yourself talking-shop long. And it won't be like, but this is different. The. As different hold on. I so maybe maybe there is a time and relationship component to. Absolutely, it just depends. So if you if you just now first time meeting like listed, like they're gotta be like sometime, I mean, but sometimes people vibe like that like, you got you got testified like if talking about you. I feel like we you if you're I feel like if you're a married, man. He shouldn't you buy a home and somebody coming your house. Like, I feel like on my end. I can't just vibe out with a fee, but he likes to be aware that liked to some some one one of nine friends came over. And she wasn't here. And I thought that was really, and I was like mine tennis was up. So I was like I'm not sitting on this couch. I'm sitting over on that couch. Right. And she's going to be on that couch because I didn't want to be just us on the couch sitting there and tiff not here and come in. And then there's soon as tiff came in. She was like hi strange like I wouldn't. I'm like that's why I was on that. Now, she would've come over. Now. She got comfortable quick. And it was it's cool now, but she got comfortable real quick. I would say even when you're when you're let like couple years ago when your cousin I moved in here, and I came over and barbecue, and we was outside having a conversation even in my head like I'm like, I'm like, I think we've been talking too long talk into long. You know what I mean? Whereas where it was just what you're saying. Where's like, I was sense? Yeah. Like, maybe one of us need to go in the house 'cause. Some some of it is just like perception. Right. Like when other about perception? But perception really matter if is nothing to do it, absolutely matters, actually matters. Why does it matter? I think percents ripple effects. Yeah. I think perception matters when it comes to a married man and a female being together solo because it can create of issues. I roll with that. But what I'm going to ask you is. What did you wanna talk about with my sister in law? Also. So so the issue was this conversation will be Pryor. But. Yeah. But it was in back of my head to diversity. He only named to non black people just to. Hey, I want I want some white friends though. I've never thought y'all. Yeah. I never been friends like a game. Like, what do you get anyone? And and like a boy or girl, I think you need a male. There's no way you why. Well, no, no, no. I you know, what at work. I always chew with a gay. Do I said bring him around? I had no problem. I used to be like yo come through the picnic. I told you bring him hearing your home. Yeah. Okay. I told you that I was how cool. Our family is similar to my family in that. There are no. There are no self identified gay folks in my family, we have one we got one, but not self identified when you mean self identify me out. Are they like no is never been said. It's like, you know, but never been talked about. That's the way it hasn't been identified. Talking this role like in the beginning. Because I do you need to say that goes on the girl on the show is like, no. You know, where she didn't know. And like this is like a Bush girl, but like like one of the homeboys right is important to say. Well, look, but that's your that's coming from a heterosexual. So she she she was talking. She was like I mean, I've never just said like, I'm gay. I've just I just am like he should know that because you gotta say, I'm heterosexual. But just are. But I'm saying like, I think it needs to be saying home phone because when you. He's want somebody to be home with Homa Goto. Don't myself and we sleep. Guess families. But why do you have to say it if you'd know it? Api different. No. All like is only that way if somebody is kinda like denying trying to act like they're not. But if they are just being who they are. I don't think I'm talking about the person I'm talking about. I don't think it needs to be. You know, what you know, what this thing this? Why would a the lion comes cuss? They don't like in our family. They won't bring it a round. I like it a date date and like walking around as did she found here when I'm just saying to our house that's different 'cause as comfortable with us. But to bring it around everybody they like really prepare and waiting for something. I think you gotta say it and talk about it. Because then then you're living a separate light. Yeah. You are there to talk about. No. It's like she said is like in a show. We is watching. She was like, I was more. It wasn't about me is about the shame that I'm putting on my family that comes along with it. I don't even think about I don't even think it's a shame. Shame. Shame for her. She just feels like what what they're going to go talk about. I think just support him this. I am this do you support it. I think you've got family members that were literally sit there and look at somebody and everything says that person is gay. As be like, I do not think they gay. I think they just a little feminine or I think they just a little masculine. And it'd be like it's in your like, we need to have this conversation. So that you can stop acting like it's not a it's more. So for us to accept to accept and then they'll you accept, but you need a verbal, I accept you think some people don't accept which is why they are in denial about the fact that they might have somebody like if I can't if you if you're not I feel like if you're in the family, you ain't bringing the person you love around your family. That's an issue, and then some canoes for those of us that are open minded, like everybody know that that person is gay will if everybody know what person ain't bring in right? They life around us.
"seven months" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick
"Dollars. He should be able to afford his own wrong as well. Like, I say that. Say that like it's not about affordability is not about the can't nobody award because all you guys that went before like at least two to a room that will up. So I have really like just come to that realization like, you know, you could kill holiday. We ain't going to be like it's like bagels when I'm begging often. That's how it is on the truth and get elite when you wanna do trip like man who care about the room. I do if you get somebody neck if chick coming there naked and everybody sees everybody shares everybody like why chicks? Neck it? All of this. I'm just saying nobody cares. No just playing to saying well you Shanta room. You don't plan on being in that room? You plan on being out in the city like a room is really shelter. Just to crash I get that. But sometimes when you're gonna turn up trip, sometimes you just want a minute to just don't rest and. I feel like can I might wanna wanna minute to cupcake on the fall. I might just wanna take a shower and walk around naked juice, but shit in the shower or not have to worry about welcome mental somebody off every day. Y'all hating on that angle do that which on their own going to bat from them affairs. But when. Earlier we just make that left turn. I didn't think about him. This sharply privacy. You still get that off every day. I believe in bussing a nut daily. No. Man. Guess what happened to meet is weak, though, looked it up is healthy too. I'm pretty sure it helps keep you libido. Okay. I I realize man this week you ever been around. You have been I'm pretty sure ministration where light somebody of a different race as something. Like, you come over the house and be like, hey, you want some why like usually drink wine? Abraham sorry. I'll have forties watermelon. I'm sorry. I don't have forties while minimum. We have is whining graves. I mean does that is that? Okay. Would you and they really not trying to be offensive? They just just from what they I mean. I feel like I wanted that man. I dropped a pitcher do a me, and my brother, and I came up behind him and gave him a hug like I caress them like a chick in light late on his head and to tip took the picture heck a quick, and I was holding him down. Right. And he laughing, and I posted this brother, I put brotherly love and then also put. Yeah, we look like a gay couple is how funny but somebody check me on that dog, and they don't get checked and maybe make. Make unnecessary. I just I mean, I to summit all love not going. Heck a details. Like, I was trying to defend it like now, we just look like a gay couple like we just look like there's no way this. And then I'm like every angle turn I feel stupid stupid because. Because you can't. I was like, but then it just hit me like some of the stuff. I just say when it comes to that is just like how people no we don't have watermelon in Turkey next for you like, but we do have. No you. You are not am. I thought this the minute I seen it. I was like you can't be very like, homophobia, homophobic, and some of the things that you say. Davis when so that was that was was interested is because. He kicked Davis and end of the same thing in the same that he kept Davidson was like telling David Hello homophobe in a you took a picture with them. And put like, I know we look right here was like I love this going to check you on it ain't about the check midges. Like man, I'm like God dog. I'm wanted him. Do like. I'm like just really hit me out. I was telling I was telling Eric I'm like, man, I'm glad you pointed out. I'm like, I'm glad I argue with you. I'm glad like I realize that sometimes you just gotta talk it out really just need a gay friend. I, you know, all I just said that last night news show. All American have you seen it? CW? But it's our Netflix ex and the whole season one is our Netflix, but is based on a true story about football player. I can't think of his name right now. But gay female for him. Female on there. She is so dough like I like how I was thinking. I would think that clueless though, I used to be like, I wanna gay friend. Like that includes y'all have every type of diversity come through this house except for gay people. But that is not really though. Feel like we are. Helen, not diverse. We only got black folks to come through besides sister-in-law's only white girl you see in the house. That's a whole another story. We're gonna get her on them. Okay. 'cause conversation has to be happy. When you cannot say on the way home that was the topic of conversation, really cause some things were said, and it was just like, yeah. Everybody was cool except. Yeah. When things like let it ride like, you know, this go left. Right. Is big on it. Yes. So it is interesting 'cause. First of all you got give some background behind. We have diversity. I feel like we need to be more diverse fifty days. Since guys. Homemade I feel like we hitting we got like three full different. Conversation going on this phone sorry. I these first let's have. I mean, explain I think y'all do have divert like even like the other day. Right. Like, you got your friend came over. Right. So it you will see like not just black people. You'll see other ethnicities even if it's only a few of them right now. Yeah. No. Did you see laws white? That's it your friend is Filipino. Little baby that live around the corner. I'll have you forget, she might blows Filipino. Oh us. Okay. She filipino. What? She's an exception because she's the most. Just because you know, the head right? Be Philip emails. Do be negative just saying, hey, she blacker than the Filipinos. They be straightening. But I'm just saying like, but like I like, those are only only gave her some ever seen in this house was that couple sun and ain't been. They should never even been here in the first week Brandon being on nice. But like every since then like y'all create a strife because like, I think he's seeing that his son was gay in this environment. And then it just like it went now, Wayne. It was more. Wife was weird. His wife was weird. She was all you breath. They were kind of it was the weird situation. All you almost like probably would have been like some single white female kind of stuff. You had the relationship kept going got like just when I was cooking the food. Like, she's asking me how get the house was going on this apartments. We moved into. We just chopping it up. You bring it around live. We was cool practice. We call it practice hanging with the do like every day, we gather for two hours for the past couple of months. So I'm like, I live round the corner. Let's kick it won't kick. They have fun. We he'd be over here. No problem. But the mini his wife came through. That's one problem started. So it was a cherry on top. When I was in the garage by yourself this. What happened? That's why I get to look look I was outside which you at won't even notice. I came in the house and he didn't follow now. When when when she came out, she she he sent her to me like she was like, how did he get this house, and we're trying to get a house. So that's what the conversation was going. So the conversation, which is house talk. Yes. And in I was really matter that I was thinking about selling my challenger at the time 'cause I'll be driving it. So he was trying to buy that from me. And he also said my wife will by my if my wife seeing that she's trying to buy the challenge. And I'm pretty sure she'd talk you out of it. I told him I'm not selling it. So she was like, yo I heard you gotta challenger
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"seven months" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Twelve evacuees Calvin with you. And so I promised I was able to get Nile rush senior researcher at the center for immigration studies on today because of this really disturbing study the doctor rush has put together. How are you? Thank you for having me. Oh, no. You know? I'm grateful that Senator immigration. Studies continues to bring these things to the public's attention. Because I, you know, I'm one of these people consider myself, very versatile. I understand a lot about the immigrant problems in this country, the refugee resettlement problems, but I had no idea that all of this bribery was going on in unrec, you know, at the UN in their refugee camps. Could you talk a little bit about it? Yeah. It's it's there was a story a week or so ago by NBC who investigated for seven months in five countries Kenya. Uganda Yemen, and Hugh and Libya about the resettlement processing system, and they found a lot of bribery going on people paying money to get a slot in the resettlement program and even being cows, or there was some sexual, you know, encounters there, you know, you'd like sex for for for the slot resettlement. So so let's go back to resettlement. And I don't know if you feel. Those who are here yesterday know what their sentiment as actually for refugees so refugees they control for and go to a country usually neighboring countries, right? And they become refugees. So they are safe in a different country than than there's resettlement program is getting this person out of this item, the host country and getting them into western country. So thirty settlement program to the s the United Nations refugee agency, he's the one who decides who is going to be for where we settlement in the US. Meaning whoever comes here. Is referred to us by the United Nations. Right. Right. So what happened is? I look said these this stuff you have the United Nations staff. We'll do this. Right. So the the United Nations specifically in these countries, but board wide our local stuff. So it's not international stuff. So in these countries five countries have eighty percent of local stuff. But does that mean, I'm just saying these are countries that are struggling economically countries? Right. And perhaps I'm just saying perhaps this stuff is more keen on accepting bribery. So let's say somebody comes phase money. Get mentioned in research that I wouldn't go to the US could be more possible with local staff than it would be with other stuff. I mean these countries. The corruption index in this country's because you know, you have transparency a two thousand eighteen corruption index and these five countries are really really long on this lot the transparency meaning del Rey corrupt twenty four over one hundred. The corruption index since the yet seven do on over hundred then Marcus number one is eight to eight so Malia is the last country spent over one hundred so so giving this putting this in perspective. It's puzzling to see why the ends which just trust the system that is like on a domestic basis. And what do we know about these men and women who are sending us referring refugees for resettlement? Right. We're like the world's leader in refugee resettlement. Right. I mean, I think we've taken in three million of the world's four million resettled refugees since the eighties. Yes. Them people don't know that even under the Trump administration, even though the ceilings have been low at you know, you have seen every year thirty thousand now, right? Drew fifty forty five dusty even with the Trump administration. What else did the number one resettlement country into words by people? And and and refers I sent us most mostly. Yeah. You know, because I think part of the reason that people even have begun to look at refugee resettlement, the average person not someone who like you studies. This is because we now have a congresswoman who was a refugee in Kenya for three or four years before she was able to come to the United States in Ilan, Omar. And you know, she has put a face on refugee resettlement to some people. It's a it's a, you know, it's an encouraging face into some people. It's kind of a hostile face. But nonetheless, it has made us look at you know, when when I heard she came from Kenya. I said, but she Somalian how did she end up in Kenya? And now you're explaining that. That's where the ref. Gee, Cam was that she that her family was able to escape to obviously much closer to Somalia than the US to processing centers close to neighboring countries. So that they don't countries, and and that's an and it just the end and even acknowledges that their internal resettlement frog that vast staff can be prone to being bribed, and they have taken some measures to to to be for them to be more accountable, but mistakes happen and human being who are in need perhaps in countries with corruption is more acceptable than other countries that are more risks for that happening. And that's my my question today, all resettling refugees, come from these countries from countries of in economic difficulties that is what we are accepting through this process that you said so why not look at? At it more. Yeah. Changing an F, perhaps why why except from the only why not going, you know, right? Yeah. There's gotta be a better way. I mean, we're distancing ourselves from a lot of these UN agencies because there's corruption within those agencies never mind than these impoverished countries that are hosts for some of these refugee camps. I mean, the amazing thing to me was how you pointed out that this was actually a part of an NBC investigation. Now NBC is not exactly unfriendly to the refugee resettlement program. As matter of fact, it's a big proponent of such a program, and yet they pointed out all of this corruption that was going on in that it wasn't limited to one man or one place. No, it's it's as white spread spread allegations of the United negations, but they didn't make the scammers acting as you on HR stuff. However, again, I say that the NFL knows that for is is. Can take place. And and they did say they do say that resettlement is a is a huge commodity. Can you imagine you're in this third world country somewhere and somebody said, hey, let's ringer to the as you start a new life. Everything is we take care of you with the housing finding a job at cetera et cetera. Remember resettlement is Jerusalem solution meaning people who are researching the refugees are to become American. They are by law. They have to apply for a green card within the year. They arrive here five years, they can become American. So the end somehow is getting an essay who is to become American and he's not having a say, right. Yeah. Bribing themselves to get here. That's a that's a huge huge question. Mark. Right. Not saying everybody is. But obviously, it's. Yeah. Obviously it's going on. And don't these, you know, these resettlement support centers where you know, most of the fraud apparently is prevalent, don't they work with the State Department doesn't the State Department have some ability to determine what's an accurate, you know, application. Oh, who's an appropriate candidate? They do of course. But they do in the in the Indian. The centers on our interests of pre-screening, and they have the refugee with the recycling of application are refers. Right. Okay. The refugee status and then defers fiduciary settlement after that already. Sees also funded by the u s we had the refugee and these are also looking stuff. What do they do? They teach them what to say, they they dried their stories they need to be recited said, and and then only them the State Department offices, go and interview them based on the documentation of our SE's. Right. Wow. Case that's already been prepared by and the refugee now, of course, they are security Citra. But all the information they have if he's already given to them. And there's no real, you know, how do you check background from countries that have no records you can't? And that's always been our problem. You know, the big resettlement support centers aren't some of them. You know, like, the International Rescue Committee is the one I think. Think of or one of the church. I know there's a church one. I think is a Hebrew one. Nine. Okay. And you have this kind of a conflict of interest in some of these if the State Department is actually paying them. Yes. Not only that because three of these resettlement centers abroad act, also as resettlement agencies in the US two sides. You have those who receive the refugee once they get to do this. They, you know handed old the travel and the housing, and you know, they think over the issue after before abroad mini in the country of asylum. Where what is when you were you on your show on the processing centers? They are the ones who handed the pre-screening and the application. Three of these words work on both sides. Meaning they are head. We said that intent pen precept refugee, they'll getting paid to reset you. See, I'm at home. So yes, there is in my view of you see a clear conflict of interest here. Right. So what what do, you know? What a what could we do about this? I mean, obviously, we're funding the UNHCR where you know, participating in this refugee resettlement program in its current context. What what should you know? We'd be talking to our legislators about it. Isn't there aren't there? You know, other countries. Besides see the opium and Kenya. Uganda? Where we know this so much, poverty and so much corruption. Aren't there the countries which might be or Libya? I mean, this is like a who's who of of potential disaster. Remember that this cheese on such countries indigo to name, but they did reach in my neighbor so old process. Nothing centers are going to be like that whether in the Middle East and in Syria, and Lebanon, and Jordan, I mean corruption is not at its best. Right. So so my perhaps the suggestion would be to weekend shake his country's obviously. But why rely so much on local staff and United Nations and restore ac- staff who are after all humanitarian agencies right money taken who perhaps would not be so keen or I'm screening so much or on, you know, being so careful about what they're doing. And they always on top of it. They could be bright locust stuff. Why not have United States of researchers whether in them, but she's abroad. Handed three photos themselves and the case -plication because once it's found documents up there. It's hard to find thought. Right, right. So the process why not take it over the prospect to begin with right up front. Yeah. I agree. And you know, the talk about good jobs for Americans. You know, this is this is a great. That would be a great. You know, I'd I'd send my grandson to school knowing that he could do something that would help the world helped the people who are truly suffering and also protect the nation. So yeah, that's a great suggestion. And I'm certainly going to discuss it with my local congressman see what he knows even about this. Because I think you're right. I think most people pay no attention to these refugee resettlement programs at all. The the the U S has been the most generous and the most humanitarian still with refugees they had few cheese millions of time there in countries of in their hosting countries. Hoping that they would remember change. What do they want in the end they want to return right now, if you come in and say, hey, that's good for the United States someone wanted and and who are bribing. I mean, the amount of money paid to come. But I mentioned me by by the reporter thousands of dollars. These are really taking slots from refugees it really need of coming of leaving. Because we settlement has was designed in the beginning for the most fun because if you fled your country urine asylum, and the host country that you save right, right? Then take you out leave the region and not allowed to return. Because supposedly it was it was said to be the most vulnerable many. Even in the host country. You could not live you cannot survive. So you need to head right? These are being these are bribing themselves if they can do slots away from the most vulnerable. It's it's unfair on visit effigy themselves.
"seven months" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Seven months in prison for a massive frauds game tied to his work as a political consultant for Ukraine's pro Russian government, his attorney Kevin downing Mr. Manafort finally got to speak for himself. You made clear accepts responsibility for his conduct. And I think most importantly what you saw today is the same thing that we had said from day one. There is absolutely no evidence to Paul Manafort was involved with any collusion with any government official from Russia. Prosecutors pushed for a sentence of nineteen to twenty four years on the Bank and tax fraud charges, but federal judge T S Ellis. Call that excessive Manafort faces sentencing Wednesday in DC on a separate case involving conspiring to obstruct Justice and to for the government. President Trump's former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen is suing the president and his organization claiming they owe him nearly two million dollars in legal fees and costs Cohen will start serving a three-year prison sentence in may for crimes including lying to congress space. X crew dragon has just undocked from the international space station and will splash down in the Atlantic around eight forty five AM eastern time. The landing will end the test mission of the space craft which is designed to carry a human crew from earth. Specifically, the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to the international space station and then back both SpaceX and Boeing are contracted to start making these flights for NASA, which hasn't flown its own human ready spacecraft. Since retiring the fleet of space. Shuttles in two thousand eleven the first. Crude SpaceX mission is scheduled for this summer. Faulk says Eban.
"seven months" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To forty seven months in prison. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox news. A federal judge sentences Paul Manafort to less than four years in prison for dodging taxes and committing Bank fraud manafort's attorney Kevin downing Mr. Manafort finally got to speak for himself. He made clear accepts responsibility for his conduct. And I think most importantly what you saw today is the same thing that we had said from day one. There is absolutely no evidence. The Paul Manafort was involved with any collusion with any government official from Russia that sentences far less than the nineteen to twenty four years. Prosecutors wanted some critics say young person convicted of robbery would likely get seven years in prison. Another man convicted on charges stemming from the Muller probe is suing President Trump and his organization. Michael Cohen says the president Oziel nearly two million dollars in legal fees and costs the president refused to pay after Cohen started cooperating with investigators the house votes to condemn anti-semitism and other forms of hate. But even some Democrats say the resolution should have called out Muslim congresswoman Ilhan, Omar for her comments against Israel, many consider her. To be the catalyst for this week's measure. She tweeted last week questioning the relationship between the United States and Israel Jewish Democrats despite voting for the measure tonight expressed concern that it didn't focus solely on anti semitism. Republicans including one of two Jewish Republicans took to the house floor to address congresswoman Ilan, Omar. It is not an American value though to be hurling antisemitic rhetoric the resolution is non-binding meaning it's symbolic, but it caused quite a stir in the corridors of the capital. Fox's David spont-. And this is Fox News. Structure growth, according to Kelly. Dozens of projects already fast track toward.
"seven months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Seven months in prison. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox news. A federal judge sentences Paul Manafort to less than four years in prison for dodging taxes and committing Bank fraud manafort's attorney Kevin downing Mr. Manafort finally got to speak for himself. He made clear accepts responsibility for his conduct. And I think most importantly what you saw today is the same thing that we had said from day one. There is absolutely no evidence. The Paul Manafort was involved with any collusion with any government official from Russia that sentences far less than the nineteen to twenty four years. Prosecutors wanted some critics say a young person convicted of robbery would likely get seven years in prison. Another man convicted on charges stemming from the Mahler probe is suing President Trump and his organization. Michael Cohen says the president Oziel nearly two million dollars in legal fees and costs the president refused to pay after Cohen started cooperating with investigators the house votes to condemn anti-semitism and other forms of hate. But even some Democrats say the resolution should have called out Muslim congresswoman Ilhan, Omar for her comments against Israel, many consider her to be the catalyst for this week's measure. She tweeted last week questioning the relationship between the United States and Israel Jewish Democrats despite voting for the measure tonight expressed concern that it didn't focus solely on anti semitism. Republicans including one of two Jewish Republicans took to the house floor to address congresswoman Ilan, Omar. It is not an American value though to be hurling antisemitic rhetoric the resolution is non-binding meaning it's symbolic, but it caused quite a stir. And the corridors of the capital. Fox's David spont-. And this is Fox News..