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Brooks leads short-handed Grizzlies past Suns, 122-114

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Brooks leads short-handed Grizzlies past Suns, 122-114

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"williamson" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"The problem is not democracy, our system is so corrupt. It's become a system of legalized bribery. People know it. It's not like people are not aware, and it's not like people are not upset. But we're all living with this conundrum. What do we do? We are now at a point where it's not just that we must move in another direction, but we must move quickly. We must open our hearts and still passionately disagree, form boundaries just like you have boundaries and personal relationships are boundaries and political relationships, but you can do all of that with love. You can do all of that with respect and humility. To me, that's the portal. Through which we can walk to a more sustainable world. The rich role podcast. Greetings Internet, it is I rich role, your host, welcome to the podcast. My guest today is Marianne Williamson. Marianne is a teacher. She's an activist, a thought leader. A badass and absolute legend in spiritual circles. And the author of 14 books, four of which have been number one New York Times bestsellers. You may know Marianne because she quite famously ran for president in 2020, but if that's the sum total of your relationship with this human, I think you're in for a ride today because she is a force of nature that extends well beyond that singular life chapter. This one is both fascinating. It's fun and it's coming right up, but first. Real quick, a word from the awesome sponsors that make this show possible, like athletic greens, AG one, because let's face it, you guys, life is complicated. We're all crazy busy..

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Carlson, Maher Discuss the Current State of Affairs in Canada

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 3 months ago

Carlson, Maher Discuss the Current State of Affairs in Canada

"Just some sound here. We're going to play a bunch of sound just about what's happening in Canada. And kind of some of the public opinion around this. So let's go to cut 54. A trucker says, look, this is a defining moment in Canada. You have declared martial law, which is totally true. Trudeau has declared martial law on the people of Canada play cut 54. So let's be clear. This is a defining moment in the history of Canada in the history of the English speaking west. The emergency act is martial law. It has never been invoked in the history of that country. Now, by law, the emergency's act has allowed only in emergencies. Urgent and critical situations that seriously endanger the lives, health or safety of Canadians. What's happening now does not qualify what's happening in Canada now is not an emergency. So it's Tucker, not a trucker. Sorry. He's misreading my sheet. Let's go to cut 43. Bill Maher blast Trudeau for his comments on the protesters, play cut 43. Or maybe this is September, but he was talking about people who are not vaccinated? He said, they don't believe in science. They're often misogynistic, often racist. No, they're not. That was not part of him at all. Right. He said, but they take up space. And with that, we have to make a choice in terms of the leader as a country. Do we tolerate these people? It's like tolerant. Now you do sound like him. And recently he talked about holding holding unacceptable views. I'm surprised to hear that Trudeau said those things. You didn't see the black face? Is that that crystal woman? What's her name again Mary Ann something? She's the, she's the person. Marianne Williamson, the crystal woman. That's right. So Trudeau was very, let's say adamant and supportive behind Indian protests when the protesters in India, the farmers were protesting. Even though it deteriorated India, Canadian relations. But when it came to actually supporting the people of his own country, that actually might have some concern, he's very much involved in the dehumanization of the people of Canada.

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Bill Maher Hosts Panel Over Canadian Truckers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Bill Maher Hosts Panel Over Canadian Truckers

"We scoop Bill Maher. The vac Rama Swami is on this panel. And former Democrat presidential candidate Marianne Williamson. So that's the panel. You got Bill Maher, the entrepreneur that ramaswami, who we interviewed last week and the former Democrat candidate Marianne Williamson, I want you to hear this segment from HBO's real time with Bill Maher. The beautiful thing about a democracy is that so far, thank God this has been a peaceful set of protests. I hope it stays that way. That's part of the messiness of democracy. It's part of what makes it beautiful. You're all ready for that one. I've been watching. I agree that democracy is messy. And that's the price you pay in a way for free society. As long as we're going to honor free expression, protest is important, but also protest is inherently disruptive. So the line we have to find for ourselves is where does disruption become harm? These people have spoken, they have expressed themselves. They have a lot of passion behind their message, obviously. And what the Canadian government and any government has to then balance is at what point does this now move over into more than your grievances, but the grievances of people such as workers in Detroit and elsewhere who are finding economic harm because of these protests. I think it's interesting. And why truckers? And I thought, you know, like during the pandemic, you know, I talked about this many times. You know, we would see these Ed rolling it together and I think, no, we're not. No we're not. Some people who stay home and some people who bring them the food. You know, if you're just ordering Amazon and you don't ever have to go out and your job, you can do remotely. But who's bringing the Amazon things? The trucker,

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Bill Maher Hosts Panel Over Canadian Truckers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Bill Maher Hosts Panel Over Canadian Truckers

"We scoop Bill Maher. The vac Rama Swami is on this panel. And former Democrat presidential candidate Marianne Williamson. So that's the panel. You got Bill Maher, the entrepreneur that ramaswami, who we interviewed last week and the former Democrat candidate Marianne Williamson, I want you to hear this segment from HBO's real time with Bill Maher. The beautiful thing about a democracy is that so far, thank God this has been a peaceful set of protests. I hope it stays that way. That's part of the messiness of democracy. It's part of what makes it beautiful. You're all ready for that one. I've been watching. I agree that democracy is messy. And that's the price you pay in a way for free society. As long as we're going to honor free expression, protest is important, but also protest is inherently disruptive. So the line we have to find for ourselves is where does disruption become harm? These people have spoken, they have expressed themselves. They have a lot of passion behind their message, obviously. And what the Canadian government and any government has to then balance is at what point does this now move over into more than your grievances, but the grievances of people such as workers in Detroit and elsewhere who are finding economic harm because of these protests. I think it's interesting. And why truckers? And I thought, you know, like during the pandemic, you know, I talked about this many times. You know, we would see these Ed rolling it together and I think, no, we're not. No we're not. Some people who stay home and some people who bring them the food. You know, if you're just ordering Amazon and you don't ever have to go out and your job, you can do remotely. But who's bringing the Amazon things? The trucker,

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"williamson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I think it changes the I worked in professional sports for a little bit. And I remember thinking how much different it was from when I was working in college sports because, you know, you have these people that are very loyal and they're just there, and that's what they want to do. And then professional sports feels a lot more like a business. And I feel like that's kind of how college sports is starting to be, which doesn't mean it doesn't really necessarily change. Players still want to win games. They still want to win games for their teams. They still want to be national champions. They still want to do good things at those schools. It does change things and it changes the feel of it, but I feel like after a while will get used to it. And things will start to settle down a little bit. We'll get used to people transferring, but they're not going to be transferring for reasons that are just like, even though we do see a lot of players just like, I'm over this, I'm done. I feel like it's going to be different, but I feel like that's what's happening. That's what happens anyways. So I don't know. It's going to be different, but I feel like once we get used to it, we'll stop talking about how different it is. But I will say when it when things started changing originally, I was just like an old timer and I'm like, dude, why would you leave? You have friends here, you have teammates here. But it's starting to feel like more like a business, but I feel like college sports is going to go that way. And we'll just we'll get over it. We'll leave it there. Thank you so much. Christine Williamson joining us talking about the CFP in the state of college, athletics. We're heading to a break right now, more of your phone calls when we return. You are listening to the call find show podcast. Some love him. He's a football God. And some hate him. A few Tom Brady, can I say that? But no matter how you feel, you know his name. Tom Brady. Tom Brady, papa Brady. But what can we learn from Tom's career about the world and about ourselves? From.

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:37 min | 5 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"That a good life say, well, let's not just rest on our laurels here. Let's actually continue to really respect this the gift of having a beautiful life and see what we can really make out of it and really get out of it. How much can you thrive in bloom? I think that's what I see. Coming from it. I think that's a definitely something to be to be noted. It's those little practices. I think finding just little ways and this is what I want to talk about on the episode that I'm going to do with you on my show. I want to talk about how we take mindfulness and meditation off the mat or off the cushion. talk about these little hints and reminders and practices and triggers because the principles that people have that they live their lives around, right? Like I never drink on a work night or I always make sure that I'm at school 5 minutes before my kids leave or whatever it is. Just dumb stuff. It's simple stuff. Those principles, as far as I can see, the delivery mechanism for a ton of wisdom and usefulness. And I always think about how many people are just one or two really good principles away from state changing their life from completely level shifting their life. What would it be like if you genuinely genuinely understood the stoic dichotomy fork of control? If as soon as something bad happens, you ask yourself, is this in my control or not? And if you spend 6 months focusing on taking that from system two thinking to system one thinking and making it automatic, imagine what the rest of your life could be like, okay, now we have 6 months and we're going to work on this next thing about having no legs or whatever, right? Pick the thing. And I've been fascinated by that. Thinking about how many people are just a few operating principles in their life away from having a completely different existence. It's funny that you say that because I've been thinking a lot about that recently too, but just in a slightly different way. I've been thinking about, and this is, well, it's directly connected to what I asked you earlier about the growing power of discernment that we've kind of been forced to have or because you think about the general population, they're not seeking out the same type of things or information like you or I do. Many people just kind of living their lives and whatever, they're not often some weird kind of very thin little narrow margin. Imagining their skeleton decay. The bears coming and eating the flesh off the bones and in the same way that just the sea level could rise of general human flourishing and happiness..

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"And by nutrition, all that stuff, you know? I had a conversation with the guy called Andrew gold, who used to work for the BBC as a presenter. Imagine Louis through very similar sort of side eye gonzo style documentary maker. And he went to go and spend time with non offending pedophiles in Germany and they bifurcate themselves into pedophiles that people who were attracted to children but don't act on it and Peter criminals that people that do. Someone brought this up to me here. So he went out there and he was talking to these guys and girls actually female pedophiles and pedo criminals are significantly less common, but they stunning. They do exist. However, he was talking to them and they said that there's three risk factors that people have who are attracted to children trying not to act on it. And the first one is being around children, the second one is being inebriated and the third one is being rebuffed by society and being made to feel alienated. And the reason for the third one is really concerning because to a lot of not malignant, but a lot of people in society that we struggle to find a place for. You know, the raggedy guy with psychosis and a drug addiction that lives under the bridge somewhere. What is the place that we can find for that person in society, the solution a lot of the time is to kind of just push them away and as they talked about with the alienation, if I can't even play your game, there's no chance I'm going to win. So fuck you. I'm going to do what I want. I'm going to do the thing that you think is heinous or reprehensible. So also think about the homeless person, how much resentment in moments of clarity, they must have for the people with the nice car and the nice house and the loving family and the mind that works appropriately. I wouldn't want to be that person. Why would I be peaceful and the world's not showing me peace or kindness or.

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:50 min | 5 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"And when I walk along, there are still a couple of homeless guys there and the homeless guys that live in America are a bit more sort of raggedy than the ones that are in the UK, they're always talking to themselves, presumably, they seem like they're on a fair bit of drugs. Like the guys that live on the streets in the UK are not the same as that. And I've spent a lot of time speaking to people that are homeless because I run club nights so they're the ones that are on the street at two in the morning when it stood outside of a venue waiting for people to leave. So there is a bit of a step change. But I would also agree that the newsworthiness that America gets that broadcasts to the world is not too great. But then on the flip side, we have someone like Boris Johnson, bumbling his way through a press address. And I'm thinking the entire globe is seeing this. That's the guy that's representing my country. And he said, well, it's kind of British. He's very British. So that bit makes sense. But here's another thing about everyone's kind of embarrassed of their own country a little bit. It's the cringe worthy ant. You know, that's cute to all of your friends and they find a really endearing and funny, but to all your mom, but to you, you got, mom, not again, because you have this sense that this is the thing that they always do. For the first time ever, I felt exotic by having a British accent over here. To me, this is just what British people sound like, but in America, people want to know about where I'm from and what I do. And oh my God, say that again. And you think, okay, this is just, but the reverse is true for American people when they go away. I think it's just novelty. We like something that's new and oh definitely..

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"One of the things that is one of the greater things about America. It's because there's so much encouragement to be able to do something. It's like, yeah, of course you can do that. As you said, opportunities are boundless. Sure, you can go do that. That everyone kind of thinks that and the downside, of course, is entitlement, you know, because people think, oh, well, I deserve all of this abundance. I deserve to succeed. If I don't succeed, this is where the victim mentality comes in. Someone is taking something from me. And there's this whole mentality, or there is a portion of people who have a mentality, or even just this kind of innate feeling that they should be successful everything by default. And that creates suffering entitlement and victimhood and whatever. It also creates an interesting kind of disconnected malaise, where people try sometimes someone will expect themselves to succeed on their first try and they don't. And think, oh, well, I'm not going to try anymore because whatever insert X, Y, and Z reason. But on the other side of that, it does do something really wonderful that you describe is that it creates the culture of encouragement and energizing each other. If you know good people, you know, and whether you find people who are encouraging genuinely, not in the weird kind of like snide way. But also grounded and not entitled, then you find the people that it sounds like you found a legit man. Really, really nice. Yeah, it's something that I'll try and take back to the UK and go back for Christmas. I'll be seeing some of my friends. And it's a habit that I'll try and keep a hold of. Another thing that I learned relatively recently, there's a guy who writes delayed gratification, which is a slow journalism magazine, so it's a quarterly magazine, which looks at the news stories from the previous quarter. He identified and the whole slow journalism movement at large has identified that most news organizations are concerned with being first, not with being right. And you'll be familiar with the zygotic effect, but for anybody that isn't, it's the relationship between open loops and closed loops in our mind. This guy's ironic wasting studies around service in a restaurant, and he found that while the tables were still open and they hadn't had the oldest filled, these weights were unbelievably good at recalling the order for that table and as soon as it was done, it just got exited from the memory. And this open loop, there is the table to be filled and closed loop the table has been filled. That mechanism is used very smartly amongst all sorts of things. It's the way that your Netflix shows. It's the reason that Netflix leaves on a cliffhanger because you want to complete the loop. You want to think I need to know what happens. But the way that this relates to journalism is that at the moment, journalism is only concerned with opening loops. So for instance, really good example that everyone will be familiar with, the Afghanistan exit. That was all that the news talked about for two weeks. It was the biggest thing we also photos and videos of people holding on to the side of planes as they're taking off. Tim Kennedy goes over there with a bunch of his mates, like jacked up to the 9s and coveting guns in a desperate attempt.

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

02:05 min | 5 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

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 Pope decries attacks in Norway, Afghanistan and England

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Pope decries attacks in Norway, Afghanistan and England

"Pope Francis has denounced recent attacks around the world calling for an end to violence UT last week many attacks took place such as the No Way Afghanistan in England I express my closeness to the victims' families them thank you so he's a gun in the house was fine and the pipe space when Williamson some P. to scrap his customary Sunday remarks some blessings delivered from a window of the apostolate palace in Norway a bow and arrow attack claimed five lives in a suicide bombing carried out by the Islamic state in Afghanistan killed over forty five people in England a British lawmaker who was meeting at the church with some of his constituents with basically stabbed the

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Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later

"Destruction from hurricane ida is lingering in Louisiana one month after hurricane ida roared ashore with a hundred and fifty mile per hour winds communities along Louisiana's southeastern coast including the feet in grand Isle are still struggling to recover without power or running water I do too fun Sylvano min Ironton sits twelve feet off the ground it's one of only about eight your neighborhood that was a swap by artist floodwaters visitor's pass homes washed off their foundations and coffins littering the lawns Katrina Michael Williamson with United Way of southeast Louisiana says the destruction is so far reaching there doesn't seem to be enough donations to go round our reasons so many of us are affected I have been doing our homework coverage personal today's ten trying to help our neighbors to I'm Jennifer king

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Third judge blocks Gov. Lee's mask opt out in schools

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Third judge blocks Gov. Lee's mask opt out in schools

"Federal judges are blocking an executive order by Tennessee's Republican governor that allows families to opt out of school mask mandates governor bill Lee issued the order in August with Republican lawmakers demanding a special session of the Tennessee General Assembly so they could put a halt to school mask mandates and other covert nineteen safety measures many students have been attending classes without masks since in pediatric hospitals have reached record highs that's my parents and advocates to file legal challenges in separate decisions Friday judges blocked the order in Williamson County just south of Nashville and Knox County which includes Knoxville a week ago a third judge band please order after families argued it endangered their children I'm Ben Thomas

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US Slightly Upgrades GDP Estimate for Last Quarter to 6.6%

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

US Slightly Upgrades GDP Estimate for Last Quarter to 6.6%

"The government's second estimate on economic growth is a bit stronger than the first read. Second quarter GDP grew at an annual rate of 6.6% ball traffic is back in many cities and mall retailers are showing it. Abercrombie and Fitch sales last quarter. We're up 24% from a year ago. Williamson Oma head record quarterly

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Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin Accused of 'Running PR for the Taliban'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:41 min | 9 months ago

Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin Accused of 'Running PR for the Taliban'

"How much of a frenzy is the mainstream media in over this disaster in afghanistan which means a disaster for the by administration now. The washington post has a columnist named jennifer rubin. And i'm not kidding you. She is a singularly spectacularly unpleasant individual if you want some late night enjoyment if you're ever bored and you're you're surfing the internet. Look up the tucker carlson jennifer rubin exchange tucker wright a couple of years ago oh it was brutal it was brutal. She is described as a con of. I guess a former conservative writer but as yuri from our team points out her wikipedia page describes her as a self proclaimed lifelong cuomo democrat. I hate to break it to you if you're a lifelong cuomo democrat. You're no conservative. She's never been a conservative. She's not a but listen to what she's doing now on the pages of the washington post. According to fox news dot com washington post columnist jennifer. Rubin is facing intense backlash over a tweet that appears to promote the taliban. Now she is one of biden's biggest media cheerleaders this conservative however a tweet. She sent out tuesday suggests. She's gone beyond echoing talking points from the white house. She tweeted taliban is asking not telling. We are quote. We are asking the americans. Please change your policy and don't encourage afghans to leave. This lunatic is literally praising the taliban this nut. I mean critics of course immediately pounds. The washington examiner is chief. Congressional correspondent wrote. Are you serious. Gop strategist mike. Whitlam matlock shot back asking at gunpoint. It's one thing to show for the biden ministration. It's another to show for the taliban as they hurt their own people. The podcast comfortably smug accused jen. Ruben of running calm for the taliban while former trump white house aide bed williamson similarly knocked the columnist for running. Pr for the terror group. But this is how nuts the the media doesn't know whether to scratch their watch or wind there but right now when it comes to joe biden and this administration. It's a nightmare

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Biden Praises Healthcare Workers Who Were Threatened After Tennessee School Board Meeting

America's First News

02:02 min | 9 months ago

Biden Praises Healthcare Workers Who Were Threatened After Tennessee School Board Meeting

"Meanwhile, the president is standing with healthcare workers who were threatened for doing their jobs. The president praised healthcare workers as heroes. In response to recent incident in which medical professionals were threatened by anti mask protesters in Tennessee. He also weighed in on school districts. Violating governors mandates and issuing those mask mandates themselves. No, There are a lot of people out there trying to turn a public safety measure that his Children wearing masks in school so they can be safe and political dispute and that this isn't about politics. About keeping our Children safe. I saw a video and reports from the Tennessee Protesters threatening doctors and nurses or before school board making the case that to keep kids safe. There should be mandatory masks and as they walked out, these doctors are threatened. The nurses are threatened. Health care workers are heroes ever the heroes when there was no vaccine. Many gave their lives trying to save others and their heroes again with the vaccine. Doing their best to care for the people refusing to get vaccinated. Unvaccinated folks are being hospitalized and dying. As a result of not being vaccinated to the mayor's school superintendents, educators, local leaders were standing up to the governor's politicizing mass protection for our kids. Thank you. Thank you as well. Thank God that we have heroes like you. And I stand with you all in America should as well heated arguments spilled into the parking lot Tuesday night after the school board in Williamson County approved a temporary requirement for masks, but a group who opposed them gathered outside heckling masked people. As they left the meeting one man yelling at a driver of vehicle We know who you are. You can leave freely, but we will find

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Grizzlies to Trade Jonas Valanciunas to Pelicans for Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe

First Take

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Grizzlies to Trade Jonas Valanciunas to Pelicans for Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe

"Pelicans. Grizzlies are completing a trade to send jonas von tunis. To the new orleans in exchange for eric. Bledsoe in stephen adams the pelicans are trying to build a team around zion williamson. Who is rumored to be unhappy with. Some of the teams moves this off season. The grizzlies are looking to add. More weapons to go along with. John moran led the team to the playoffs this past

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NBA Rumors: Pelicans Plan to Hire Former Sixer Willie Green as Head Coach

Zach Gelb Show

00:59 min | 11 months ago

NBA Rumors: Pelicans Plan to Hire Former Sixer Willie Green as Head Coach

"Head coach of the New Orleans Pelicans. So David Griffin has his next man to lead Zion Williamson. Last year. It was Stan Van Gundy the year before that it was Alvin Gentry. It's just now going to be the third head coach that Zion Williamson is going to have his third year in the league. Now, when you look at Willie Green Clearly has an extensive basketball background was in Philly, the Hornets in New Orleans. Atlanta. Play with the Clippers was with Orlando as a player the last few years, though, because just because you're a former player doesn't mean that you're going to be a great coach. You want to see what experience? Yes. Sometimes guys have a lot of experience. Sometimes guys have no experience. Willie Green was on the Golden State Warriors staff 2016 2019. And Is on the sun staff, too. Currently So this is someone That has been around the league now for a while. And Yeah. I don't know how

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USMNT Announces Gold Cup Roster

ExtraTime

02:09 min | 11 months ago

USMNT Announces Gold Cup Roster

"Right into a charlie. This is this is what we like to do. This is only like to think about. This is what we're looking forward to this summer after that. Big nations league victory from the us. Mnt the gold cup. We knew that this was not going to be the same roster. That went out competed oakley one that nation's league tournament gregg berhalter has been saying it for a long time. We're gonna have to separate groups. There might be a little bit of overlap and likely that overlap is gonna come from mls players because it is the summer and you've got transfer window open you've got guys going into preseason camps trying to earn their way like for instance. He said brian reynolds not here because joe's marino doesn't generally play younger players so they want brian reynolds to beat at roma from the jump with the new manager to make sure he has a chance to get into the team otherwise he's going to be working From behind a couple other names in that scenario where cameron carter vickers gotta figure his cup situation. Eric palmer brown to figure out his cup situation. And greg said admitted our centre-back cool is a little bit light. So here is the roster for those of you who haven't seen it goalkeepers matt turner the likely starter. Funny story there. We'll get to that shawn johnson. Brad gazon defenders george bellew reggie cannon shack more. That was a little bit of a surprise. Donovan pines another site. Surprise but again center back a little bit thin per berhalter miles robinson a starter says greg james sands sam vines and walker zimmerman the other presume starter at center back in the midfield coma. Kosta general kabuchiko stand up kansas city especially jet criminal. Don eric williamson. Who was my must have on this roster injection you'll end up top paul arriola gerald decay. Nicholas keeney matthew hoppy. Who's in for the first time. Jonathan lewis josse artists. Give me your initial reactions. You saw this. Twenty-three you're thinking about the summer you're thinking about the task at hand which is both to win a gold cup but also develop players to push into the first team to get to the world cup. What are you thinking right now on this thursday morning for me. I'm thinking there's not any anyone that i'm particularly surprised about. That's one too. I think this group is is has enough quality to win now if mexico brings. They're a team. That's going to be challenged in especially with mexico hungary to avenge that nation's league loss.

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Like for example to be two for there to be traffic unit to be there in a car your traffic to recognize that you go hold on a second. I i turns out. I can't do that from a inside of couple of weeks ago. While i was writing that text talk. I came up with a razor. You know like comes. Raise one hundred hundreds razor news. The common thought razor so if you have thoughts you can presume that at least some non insignificant number of other people have also had it and the most strongly authorities often the mccollum not thoughts likely to be amongst the people. So thinking who am i to do x to actualize my life or to go and do the thing that i want to do. Realize that that's not a book it's a feature. That is what everybody else is thinking and what it means. Is that if you can just get past. That thought you have selected for such a tiny tiny minority of the population. Because they're all thinking it as well they meeting the same resistance that you are feeling in your mind. It's right so if that's not if that's not the justification for deciding to go ahead and do it. I said this about People that want to be successful with with podcast or youtube. Channels blogging writing or anything. There are more people out there that a talented or enthusiastic than consistent because consistency requires you to. Everybody faces a level of discomfort. The day that they don't wanna turn up and go and do the thing. What that means is if you can continue if you don't stop. You continue to select for a smaller and smaller percentage of the population because everybody feels that discomfort statistic ninety percent of podcast. Don't make it past episode three and the ten percent that do ninety percent. Don't make it past episode twenty so simply by making it to episode twenty one. You've decided to put yourself in. The top one percentile of podcasts decided to start that discomfort is a feature not a book. But it means that if you can get it whether it be around deciding to go after the thing that you want to do you are selecting for such a particular type of person. Such an unbelievably slim type of person. Because everyone else is thinking. I'm because very few of this will decide to get pasta absolutely man. And what's interesting. Is that once you do. Get past that thing like you walk through that wall in the second you pass through it now. Only do you realize that that that wall of resistance is an illusion but also on the other side of it you get pushed by that wall instead of you know if you're walking towards effects pushing at you go side of it's pushing behind you. Yeah so you get the energy now. It's really fascinating fascinating Okay well i wanna land this thing. I can talk to you forever. But i'm going to land this podcast and and let you give to your your evening my friend but i could talk to you forever. You're an awesome human being. I i love every chance that we've got to talk. So thank you for coming on the show. I'm so glad to finally get you on man. My pleasure man. The same you would episodes like ten or twelve on my show three years ago after i fell in love with the of meditation course and yemen to return the favor. After all this time it feels. It feels beautiful full circle. I really appreciate all the dual the contributions that you have your writing the content. You put out the meditation. 'cause he's the by neural beats and on behalf of everyone that's listening. I wanna thank you as well. It's it's a huge guide to me on an all the people that listen so thank you thanks man..

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"The hard realistic challenges of doing something. This deep would probably negate the possibility of an individual being able to have those deep insights. So that's not to say that there are not there. I mean where. I got all of his from a deeply deeply detailed nuanced methodical program of awakening. I mean that's boda wrote that. Is that polycom. Is that you know but It was not it would. It's hard core. You know like people. That's one of the things that i could talk about this forever. So i'll try and keep it short but for example like a mindfulness is one tiny little thing that was extracted from the setanta sutra. Right and it's been scaled into this huge global Manufactured well marketed. Soft type of thing. That it's one percent of what real of what's really in there and of the actual fundamental methodical training right but because people go oh well it because we live in a world of of commerce as well. Here's meditation so you'll be. This book is had meditate. So you have you'll be better higher performance. You know you'll be better at your job. Here's how you meditate to do this and this it's like the again that those are outcomes of being more awake not the not the goal or has this have nothing to do with the actual question the first place. Those are ripples from the thing that have been snagged in package marketed in fed to people who who are also the author and the radar missing the point. And so the using the scaffolding of something that is barely even relatable to the original philosophy to create a you know a a self fulfilling self gratifying a tool for mental agility to then get more status more delusion which goes against the entire point of to begin with point of all that is is that people don't know about a lot of the the reality of how hard core a lot of teachers are for example like corpse meditation and well. There's a couple of different depends on what school we look at. The original important part of the meditation path is spinning a lot of time. Meditating on your own death and there's actually a systematic instruction for it which. I've spent a lot of time doing it's very valuable but you never find that book out there right so basically. It's you in the path meditation. You will meditate completely on visualizing your own decay and they they really like the word sin very funny tomatoes. Sinews you so much. But it's it's a big a good point so basically it's like during meditation clearly. Visualize yourself and your body like they'll they'll get into connecting for element so fill the the wetness of water in your mouth and the sweat on the body of the heat of the of the body itself you know the wind of the breath the earth of the you know the flesh in the bone and like feel your teeth fuel in in your in your skull fuel your hair so really getting intimate with the organs and the actual biological nature of the body in the ideas.

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Does anyone else that makes it easy. Yeah makes it really. Is it because then. What are you judging. And who are you mad at. Who who whose approval are you looking for when one seeks status. If you really understand that there is no one there is nothing. There is no permanent nature of identity yourself as overlapping patterns of behavior. But just in the us the subscription recently we confuse formations of mind with being something tangible because of the way our minds are designed we can hold onto those formations longer however physical formations physical consciousness. Body consciousness is very different. Buddy consciousness does not have the same abstract information that emotional or intellectual so for example. If you live the sheets off of yourself in the morning when you're going to get out of bed you feel the cool air touch against your skin. Will there's body consciousness information coming in through that area and then you fill in. There's pleasure arising okay good and then the second that it passes it's gone and then you get up. And left foot plants on the ground right foot raises plants around cetera. And you're all your off to the races with a whole nother series of complicated sensory input. What's interesting is that our mind works exact same way but our thoughts of the cool air touching the skin to have these ideas of consciousness of self of we are whereas the i and we can grasp onto the arising formation for a while and we can try and hold it in holland. Keep it from moving. But we we simply can't in the more you hold the more you suffer when you realize that the arising and falling away a of the formation of your idea of what even your identity is is as transient as the body consciousness sensation realize. Hold on a second. What's going on here. who am i what. What are who. Who's.

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"It took me fourteen years of being an adult to realize that on That's that's something that's really pernicious. Hope that people sink into that was so good self-deception right evolutionary. It's really adoptive the best way to lie and convince so the people of what you believe is to actually believe the truth yourself even if it isn't true but yet on the I would love to know just how many people are doing things for the reasons that they say that doing them even for the reasons that they think that doing them totally right. The we don't know what drives people to be hype. Specialized ought to be hyper successful. I often use this example about tiger woods that his dad basically abused him as a kid. He was racially abused. Even safe would like you do during rough sex called the e would which was enough and he never said it and then you roll the clock forward. Look of course. Because that's the one word that he was scared would would snap the final string to his father. So is the double layered manipulations setup prior. So it's like here's the safer but you better not ever say enough yet. And he never ever did and then roll the clock forward and look at tiger woods. You know the most public marriage failure ever falling asleep at the side of the road and getting a dui for being under antipsychotic drugs. While these asleep he spent half a decade out of the game. Because he's pushing his body so far he cannot believe is worthy of love outside of golf because of what happened to him. In his childhood he is finding he is creating a surrogate parent the size and shape of a golf club and trophies. And that's how he spent his life but we are a society that celebrate success by any means so much that almost willing to forgive his failures. Think about conor mcgregor. You know all of those rumors about conor mcgregor was maybe punched an old man in a pub and maybe cheat on his misses. And maybe did this. Maybe did that but was so seduced by his success. In charisma the people get passes without sort of stuff. I've conor mcgregor was half as successful. The scandal would have been twice as big. Because we wouldn't have been dazzled by the shininess alongside it so it's not only the person themselves the individual that needs to be concerned about what their motivations are going. Also watch reflected back to them by the people around you. that also doesn't assist them in finding some sort of truth right if you drill down and the the group level who is an individual who is kind of in the crucible of being the sacrificial lamb as it were being fattened up with attention and money in whatever and they eventually kind of wobble out of control because that's just what happens whenever a person gets pushed to that level of intensity In completely unprepared for it you know then people give them the pass n- not necessarily because they even because the person is so successful but because the comet of that person success is on a societal level. The people observing it are deriving great pleasure by being able to judge and criticize the public individual. Because you know of course as you pointed to at the beginning of this podcast..

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Because it means that you never need to actually put your money where your mouth is an test whether or not you're worthy in the games of status and i wonder how many people that use complex language complex language to muddy the waters around what it is that they're talking about doing it because that's their inner citadel because they can retreat to this place where they feel safe because it is more difficult to stress. Test the ideas that they're coming out with. What do you think. Oh absolutely kind of a push and pull between the desire to want to aspire to something without knowing what the framework is or how to get there right and so it's kind of there could be either a blind spot in for the how to like what to read what to learn what to practice enable to get to where they actually want to get to Or it could be that they don't want to put in the work that they're lazy and they would rather just sort of Kind of bs a way around it right and so what happens in both of those cases is that they're not going to feel they're not going to feel fulfilled because they're not achieving the thing that is that they think that they desire which that in itself is another problem as well as if people have the idea that they want a thing or that they want to status with ever often without ever really examining the true reality of what that status would mean to their lives like people who desire to want to a big company or something like that. They haven't often thought out what that actually means. And how that changes their life you know. They just think i want to be successful because the human game i what. I've observed new human games. That if you run a company then that means that you'll feel ultimately higher in the hierarchy that you'll feel five financially secure you'll have respect and be desired. Your attention will be desired by others and all of that type of stuff without considering one. How with a path to get there would even look like and then to what that actually does to your malaya's did a totally totally totally agree. Everybody wants to pay day but nobody wants the work week right exactly exactly and also you don't. You probably don't actually want the payday. That's the other thing that people aren't really willing to talk about her. To grasp is that in some cases it's it can be quite good but that is if you can approach it with a level of self honesty. A continuously revised level of self honesty. Each step along the way in before you make the choices not making choices to do you know. Take another step in this direction in that direction realizing that all right. I'm making this choice. Because of this and i recognize that these potential outcomes could be this and that type of self analysis is very hard for people because most people are living in this causal flow repeal of kind of this repercussions of their impulses.

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"On your podcast. Do you have a framework of which want to talk about you. Know to what an honour you just like kind of download someone's vibe and then divan yes so increasingly recently. I've actually had more structure to the episodes as i've dedicated a little bit more time to it I think a lot of that has may become from the fact that many of the guests. I've had on recently on slap. Bang in my wheelhouse of stuff that i already know or i'm speaking to an author about a particular book on maybe the topic of the subject areas complex new to me so yet. That's definitely being. I tend to have a like. I was make the analogy between a football team or a sports team going out on the field. You know you have the game plan. That's kind of a rough idea of what you think might happen. And then as soon as you step out the game play everything can go out the window and often does. But i'd rather be out there with something to fall back on on it's it's whatever the structure is. I have at the moment which is usually between five and ten questions. That seems to be doing me fairly well. Yeah yeah no. That's a that's the best way to if one has anxiety about speaking with a stranger because that's what people don't really think about is that i mean i. I assume they don't think about it. Is that most podcasts. As far as mind goes and we kind of hearing. I think you're the same you know you talk to someone that you've never interacted with before. And it's like after thirty seconds of interacting with them being like how's it going. How's your microphone. Yeah it's record in it's like you've never interacted and so it's It's kind of a trip of it's interesting skill to build you know But i used to be used to get like a lot of not anxious but back in the day you know out of four years ago was kind of getting going. I in is to get a bunch of energy right so i'm just like so wrapped up and ready and then that can be dangerous if you don't have anywhere to point that so it's i kind of learned like framework so good and then just as you said man like being able to kind of have that to just be prepared. But that's really you track that to anywhere in life man like anxiety is just a lack of preparedness and people could hear that and be like well. What about existential anxiety. Well you have lack of preparedness to deal with ex central predicament. I mean honestly it's like philosophically if you have x. essentially anxiety about just your own existence. Then well investigate that right and and find the tools to integrate star to accept your impermanent and be prepared to let go of the recording. If you lose it that's right that's right man so you're the king of i'm going to call you. The king of the english broadcasting has settled with you. It sounds fantastic. Yeah flattery will how it was the scene over there man. it's weird. It's all language right and yet it's dominated by you lot. This industry stalemated.

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"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Hey my friends what's going on. Welcome to the astros. Though i am koya on you are you. I'm so glad to be here speaking with you in this moment of time of doing well fuelling today and all is going well in your life. I've got a great show for you today. My friend chris williamson is on the show. I wanted to have chris on the show for a long time. We finally got around to making it happen. It was worth away. Chris has a podcast called modern wisdom and he is really just crushing. The english podcasting scene. i've been on his show a few times over the last couple of years and so it was great to have him on. This show is such a smart clear. Minded and funding articulate. Fellow.

Pelicans' Zion Williamson out Indefinitely With Fractured Finger

CBS Sports Radio

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Pelicans' Zion Williamson out Indefinitely With Fractured Finger

"Pelican Star Forward Zion Williamson will be out indefinitely with a fractured left finger and injury team. Exactly David Griffin says could have been avoided if the league did a better job officiating their star. No timetable for Zion's return the pelicans at the playoff picture. Zion sustained the injury during Tuesday's win over the

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Embiid Strengthens MVP Bid, 76ers Hold Off Pelicans 109–107

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Embiid Strengthens MVP Bid, 76ers Hold Off Pelicans 109–107

"The Sixers won their season high seven straight game and increase their Eastern Conference lead to three games over Brooklyn and Milwaukee by downing the pelicans one oh nine one oh seven Jo Ellen beat at thirty seven points and thirteen rebounds amid chants of M. V. P. N. B. made two free throws with one thirty nine left to bring the Sixers within one then grabbed the defensive rebound on the other end to set up to buyers Harris's three with one ten remaining Harris scored seventeen points as the Sixers improved to forty six and twenty one the pelicans were without Zion Williamson who broke a finger in Tuesday's game against the warriors I'm Dave Ferrie

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Zion Williamson to Be Sidelined Indefinitely With Fractured Finger

Zach Gelb Show

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Zion Williamson to Be Sidelined Indefinitely With Fractured Finger

"Pelicans will be without Zion Williamson indefinitely. He has a fractured left ring finger. He sustained the injury and Thursday's loss to the Warriors without Williamson. Other kids go out on Friday play the top team in the east. That would be the Sixers in New Orleans came all the way back from a 17 point deficit. Took 1/4 quarter lead. Couldn't finish it. Sixers Hang on for the win 10921 of seven. Six years have now won seven straight. The

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Alex Taub on Digital Horse Racing

The Pomp Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Alex Taub on Digital Horse Racing

"Our guys bang bang. I've got alex here with me. What's up man is going on. We're doing it in miami is. we're all right. What the hell is z. Said zette dot. Ron has taken over. The world is digital horse racing. Yes so i got into it about a month and a half ago all right. That scares everyone immediately when it's only six weeks but that's shown contacts. Yeah i've got. I got into about a month and a half almost two months ago Some like backstory. I've a friend drew drostan. His great guy runs a thing called red beard ventures and He tried to get me into. Mba top shot in like early will try to get into mba top shot like october november december time over the past year and that was only twenty of the and that was really early. That would've been a good time to get the shot. And then he was in miami actually at the end of the year beginning of beginning of january and december. And we're sitting down at some hotel and he's like showing me he's like. I just spent like fifteen hundred bucks. I bought his zion williamson cosmic hollow. Like one out of fifty. I might do. What are you doing like. Why are you spending just flushed. Fifteen hundred bucks toilet. And he's acknowledged. John moran i bought. This is vince. Carlos show all these like cosmic hollows whatever. I was like what's going on. He's like just by pack. Experience it to me about a week to buy a pack and when i did all this is really cool like the opening of it and Anyway flash forward about a month later. His portfolio is worth about over two million dollars on a graph thousand dollar investment.

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Irving leads short-handed Nets past Pelicans, 134-129

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Irving leads short-handed Nets past Pelicans, 134-129

"Calgary Irving scored thirty two points for the nets pulled within a half game of the seventy Sixers for the Eastern Conference lead by downing the pelicans one thirty four one twenty nine Irving delivered a tough turnaround jumper a driving lay up through converging defenders and four free throws in the final minute we need everything tonight from everyone you know we obviously startup the game oh seven seventeen left on the clock was twenty one eight so we had about our way back Joe Harris also hit a pair of free throws to cap is twenty four point night for the nets who won despite being without Kevin Durant and James harden signed Williamson scored thirty three points and Brandon Ingram had twenty seven for the pelicans or four games out of a playoff berth I'm Dave Ferrie

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"williamson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"williamson" Discussed on AP News

"Fall near mount Williamson California second highest peak has been identified it's from the body of a Japanese American artists who'd left the man's in our internment camp to paint in the mountains in the waning days of World War two the Inyo county sheriff use DNA to identify the remains of the ichi Matsumura who succumb to the elements during a freak summer snowstorm during a hike with other members of the camp my two more had apparently stopped to paint a water color while the other men continued toward a lake to go fishing his body was found a month later and buried in the mountains by family and friends but the story faded over time in the location of the grave site and remote boulder strewn area twelve thousand feet above sea level was lost to time last October two hikers stumbled on the remains authorities had trouble I deem the body at first but later suspected it was much more because of the twenty twelve documentary the Manson are fishing club about intrepid prisoners who escaped from camp at night and slip into the mountains to fish for trout sometimes for weeks at a time while the segment of the film on month to Moore's death didn't make the final cut the filmmaker often addressed the tragedy while speaking at screening so the story became more broadly known the US is urging American citizens to get out of a rock a piece of my Krazy reports tensions are high following the killing of a Ronnie in general the state department is telling US citizens in Iraq to leave immediately the warning follows a U. S. airstrike that killed Iran's top military commander in Baghdad in the statement the state department sites heightened tensions in Iraq and the region additionally the state department says all consular operations at the US embassy compound in Baghdad have been suspended due to Iranian backed militia attacks and U. S. citizens should not approach the embassy earlier this week protesters attacked the embassy in response to U. S. airstrikes against the malicious supported by Iran Mike Crossey a Washington another democratic hopeful for president appears to be on her way out A. P.'s my cross to report campaign staff have been laid off but the towel hasn't been thrown in yet Marianne Williamson is long shot bid for the democratic presidential nomination looks to be on life support two former staffers say Williamson has laid off her entire twenty twenty campaign staff and writing on Instagram Thursday Williamson said she's giving up on the first contest of the twenty twenty campaign Williamson wrote there's no way her campaign can compete in Iowa which hosts the first in the nation caucuses February third instead Williamson wrote we're on our way to New Hampshire for the month targeting the granite state's primary on February eleventh hi Mike Crossey for Friday January third Jackie Quinn for runs in basket is urging the UN security council to condemn what he calls a criminal act of state terrorism by the United States referring to the air strike that.

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"williamson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"williamson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Williamson and wonderful to hear all my fellow candidates who are here this afternoon and I have agreed with more of them and more of the things that they said that I disagreed with but I also think we need to pay some facts we've been saying these things and we lost last time we've been saying many of these things we've been promoting the same because the political values and we've been losing congressional seats too often we've been losing senatorial seats too often and so I want to talk to you about the kind of transformation we need in this country it will only happen if we have a transformation in our politics and it will only happen if we as Democrats embraced a more transformational vision ladies and gentlemen I read an interview with Jared Kushner and your question is said that he had been in a McDonald's with his father in law and he told his father in law there's so many angry people out there he said we could harness all that anger and we could make you president and I thought to myself when I read that there's so many good people out there so many decent people out there there's so many loving people out there we go to harness all that and change the world good people loving people but the American people's goodness and love has not been channeled through American politics in a way that it should be and for a long time and the only way we're going to do that ladies and gentleman is if we get really more a more deep and way more real because love tells truth we have an enemy here there's more than one political candidates we have collectivized fear hatred bigotry racism Islamophobia anti semitism they're a lot more people in this country who love them to hate those who hate you with seriousness and I are politicized we need to take a love the only way you're going to be a lot of his with some big truth the Democratic Party is only going to win this election and the Democratic Party if we start telling some big too often we have not.

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