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Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:31 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Got a few now. We try to get this open up and get a lot of. Much has been made about Zion Williamson's playing weight over the past year, but the Palestinians just posted photo of Zion, which looks like he spent his entire quarantine in the weight room, and he looks more than ready to resume the NBA season this and I love Zion. Wear that mask all right Shannon. How rest where you? Look! I'm talking to see some good and I'm not talking one. He got from falling off his bike when he was a child I see some definition and eat look better and Brandi yeah. Go, see you. Can't with you I can't with, but I'm happy to see that skipping. It looks to me because remember. Diane missed a lot of training camp. Way missed because he got hurt in their thinking the Somaly in he had the surgery, and so he was rehabbing. rehabbing is not the same as training I. Think him being healthy this break. He got an opportunity to train or train. And you see what it's done to his body. That is the only thing really that can slows I on Williamson down. The inability to control his weight and have to deal with ticky tack. Nagging injuries have said it from day on this guy right here. Look phenomenal. That guy can last. Yes, the first guy that we saw is going to have a hard time, yes. Somebody has gotten to him and explain to him that what that you are what you put in your mouth? Yet I. Yes, he apparently is eating correctly. And as you know through the quarantine, you can go either way because sometimes you get stuck and you just say your little little depressed, you know. But somebody went to the right way that I winner right, you went the right way. Lebron with the Right Way Zion really went the right way that will work. I'm going to remind you got off to a pretty good start nineteen games. He's twenty four and seven rebounds. And his fifty nine percent shooting for players who've taken fifteen or more shots a game that leads the NBA that is working and all of a sudden. That team is starting to work because my man. Lonzo ball the last five games. It seems like five years ago, but over the last five games, the twenty, one eight and eight, he was making fifty one percents of his threes over those last five games. You still have you got drew holiday. You look down the roster and you've got Lonzo and Josh hard. Obviously the guards in listen. This team is loaded with young talent. Okay, but do you believe they can catch Memphis because them I think Sacramento and Portland all three and a half back with only eight games to play three and a half back. I would love for them to for entertainment values much as I like John by the way to Jaaz credit. Yeah, he took the quarantine and went the other way in a good way. He beefed up I. Mean you put some muscle right? He looks like a professional basketball player instead of a skinny college kid way to go. John Mirant he needed to lean out. John Needed to put a little bit of of definition. On this is your job now. I mean you eating in being all cool. You don't eating in the dormitory. This is a profession and this is make hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars doing this, so it's best I mean. Look at the top guys. Look at all of these guys from James Harden Lebron guys have shifts, and so as you come in you like. Hey, I want to play an extended period of time I want to maximize. Maximize my opportunity and I will get me. I will have the one prepared by me. I'm not saying you gotta eat. Every single meal may Shep sure enjoyed. But I'm saying for the most part the lion's share you should be nothing. Bore your body so that nineteen year old. He's still nine ninety four days from twenty, but at age nine nineteen, he was selected one of the three NBA two K. Twenty one covers the one for next Gen. A lot and nobody took Lebron like twelve years to get on the cover. Kobe, I think Kobe's in Dame Lillard. Does a huge accomplishment Katie. Live up, yes, he. I, mean he? He's on the right. I love this I. Love it because. You're away from everybody quarantine like you said he could went. The other way can ooh, and then all of a sudden. He comes out and he's looking like that he'll get value on. Love to see him in the eighth seed who? You are they going to get it? Yes, or no, well, it's the odds are way against them an eight-game. GOING GONNA have to go eight now and hope for some help, right? They're gonNA have to have at least six into. Mental I think boy I. Think you need to go I think you need to win them all when you're three and a half back with. Kobe covers Memphis three games. Is basically so you gotta go be fixing to to in Memphis. Go three three five, just regardless seeing him look that ready and prepared. I don't know direction. I went the other way but I'm motivated now to get back to the gym and work out, and I even set up like skin. Shannon I'm.

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French government resigns as Macron acts to recast presidency

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:38 min | 1 d ago

French government resigns as Macron acts to recast presidency

"Political maneuvering in France as President Emmanuel macron looks to put years of economic upheaval behind him live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World. Service, Victoria Craig Good Morning French Prime Minister Edward Felipe and his government resigned this morning after speculation president. macron was planning a reshuffle with two years left of his term. It comes after disappointing. Local election results from the President's Party last weekend years of yellow vest protests over. Over economic inequality in the country and months of hardship, as the country battled the coronavirus pandemic, the BBC's Lucy Williamson has more from Paris the statement from the Elysee Palace. This morning was very brief. It gave absolutely no details. No context what's behind this reshuffle. Did he jump? Was He pushed? What's really going on in the corridors of Power Emmanuel? macron has said he wants to re imagine the presidency. He wants to set a new. New Course he wants to mark the Post Covid era in France. He does have a tough road ahead. He came in with very sets ideas about what was wrong with France how to fix it how to reform it. It's been a couple of years of almost constant protests and upheaval in France because of those reforms, and because of his determination to push through and the corona virus epidemic has left France with a greatest sense of. Of Inequality, so in eastern signal that he's now in a new phase corona viruses behind them the worst of the corona virus epidemic Baker. Hope is behind them, and he's setting out a fresh stool, but I don't think his core ideas have changed, and I think he's going to run up against the same opposition. You did before

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Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Joe & Evan

Joe & Evan

00:33 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Joe & Evan

"I have to say the I finally agreed on a binge watching curb your enthusiasm. I finally got to find the season here, and they did the famous You know, Carl, digesting and, you know, I know reference to you the last time when we talked about it, But I actually saw the episode and and and did everything but all the pain. I mean, it was funny to see in the golfer. So die killed himself because of the jet, like, okay, Well, I don't plan on doing everyday. They may kill me, but I will. You know, I would not kill myself over there. You know, I will say that. Yeah, that was a man killed. They all that good. That could happen. You know, that is true that has become Like this legendary episode and Ah lot of people think of you as soon as they watch the episode Coral, I think was the guy's name. Right? Right. Who is the real Larry David on one day? I mean, he's a He's a big jet fan, too. If I'm not mistaken, I think yeah, I think that's what probably motivated him to make him to make that episode, right. Sure. We'll come back with more your calls. Bingo on Robert's here in the afternoon, Mike, I think Mike is working. Mike is coming up at six. I'm Jim Rome with a radio dot com sports minute Heavy scene The pick. It is Ion Williamson wearing a mask in the pelicans Wait room, looking like he never left the pelicans Wait room. Simply put. My man looks like bein the mask, the sleeveless shirt and the absolutely absurd guns. It is the single best reason to root for the MBA to pull off its bubble successfully because that means that we have a chance to see Zion at least eight more times. I know that. Level is reportedly going to cost 150 million bucks to operate. It's going to be worth every last penny of Zion in somehow bust through and carry the pelicans into the playoffs because I want to remind you that we're looking at the photo of a 19 year old who.

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"williamson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:21 min | 1 d ago

"williamson" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello and welcome to run port now. This is where runners unite. We all come together because we share the Mitchell. Love for the fielders of running I mean Ohio okay sometimes when you are running, you might question why you are out there doing it might be raining in you. Do think his signs much fun, or you might be facing a huge hill directly in front of you and. And it can seem like an older cicle too big to take on. However once you've done it. You feel great, and you remember why you love it. You love the way running makes you feel so today on run put I'm joined by a friend someone known for years at back to the days when I worked on GMTV Our from this bit cold entertainment day, which was Friday Showbiz? And this gas hosted, the GMTV can have children section. She is currently though she's moved on from the kids stuff and she's the DT expert on select schoolteaching. She is a number one bestselling author. She's a qualified kuntsler. She's a life coach. She's a fellow podcast there. She is a Williamson hallow-. Oh Jen Nice. Probably the nicest introduction I've ever had thanks May. You know really really good. How're you doing? Bud You know not bad and actually is funny when I think about running. I. Want to say this I think. Because I. Always remember you and Ben Shepard you send about the GMTV days you invention foods while I've been in particular needs to do entertainment day, which by it was the best part of GM today that was like the holy grail of telly shows to be on like you got to interview with the celebs and everything I know zing Shami. Sigy good, it is well but then Ben used to run. Our members run home didn't need to Richmond. Yes so he's to run Richmond and is run to Wimbledon. where I left and I remember looking at the pair you and like there was the fact, there were no more sexy fitter presenters in the whole of it building than you. And Ben and you both use Pitney of fitness because I used to finish my kids show go into studio six which. Listeners was basically the kind of unofficial start contain. is to go in there down. A bottle of wine have an incredibly frightening mazzy. I'm not do any exercise. And then you and Ben used to smash out the park. Yeah, but that's only because when we get home. Then we would go and eat the rotation during the rubbish and how great! We just felt that if we ran home. Have justified all that was old well I think you guys have absolutely right. You're ahead of your time. In fact, I think it's funny. Isn't that awesome? Push trends do change because then running was more. Everyone's so of the one one eight guys little. Didn't think I mean because I think running now. I I I. I hold up there as probably one of the coolest exercise you can day because. I, think everyone can do it. I mean and I've I've fallen in and out of love with running my whole life but ultimately is something I enjoy, but I think Too much, your listeners gender in childbirth. Childbirth is my biggest nemesis when it comes to the running, but it is something that I've always. Had A. Love hate relationship with so i. mean just to give some context this as well so i. I always liked wanting for exercise up as always my mental health, which are permanent banging that drum Bosa find..

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Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

06:43 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Point seven five million deal with the patriots raised a few eyebrows, but cam took the instagram yesterday to explain why he would agree to a minimum deal. He said this is not about money for me. It's about respect so Shannon degree with Kim's point here. I need to find that affect. Take you along do. Look. Cameras right towards certain extent because there are certain things that money can't buy, but knowing if you have. Those people got to respect you. Sometimes, they go hand in hand, but I think in this instant. What cameras talking about? He's like I've survey thirty two teams obviously one. Let me go. There's probably like ten twelve teams that the star is entrenched, no problem whatsoever, but if I kept surveying I looked around I'm better than some of the scarred of the backups on these teams, and they did reach out the lack of respect. They have for me. Cam Newton former. MVP when. They would call and guys out of retirement when they didn't want to sign cap now available. And I can't get a call if it's not about the money, skip if I'm an actor and I've been and I've been agree I won. I won an Oscar, which is the greatest achievement you can win. The Ad Kademi than banking and all the sudden I have a have a bad movie in. Nobody gives me a call and I get this I. Get this role. It's not the role that I wanted that what I'm used to being in, but somebody gives me a chance like the lack of respect is not about the money. It's not about the role. Yes, okay. Yes, I'm a supporting role now. I know what I can do but I see guys is getting these moves. They're not better at what they do. The Nile, so and saying okay. You know what I won't take this role. I won't be give healthy and I'm GONNA show. You and I'm going to get my respect back. I'm going to change the narrative of what you have about Cam Newton because the narrative. Get as you mentioned. Is that the last four years? He hasn't been good. He hasn't been good that twenty fifteen feet for that one big flash of streak in two, thousand, eight, hundred, twenty, eighteen hurt, his shoulder kept trying to play through. Yeah, know realize that you know Cam. They don't care about what it took you to get there. All this one and they see Newton on the back. They expect you to be great. So I. believe cameras upset skipped because he knows that he's better than a lot of these quarterback that has starting jobs and had backup jobs in some of these teams didn't reach out, didn't even call it, and so that's that probably hurt more than anything when you made that kind of money. Yeah okay I got I got to start from the bottom and work my way back up I got no problem with that. cameras may may great great money and. You'll be okay. He just needs to go out there and show that he's still Cam Newton. He just needs an opportunity. That's it. Still, not completely sure he's going to get that new. England we'll find out. But Cam Newton. At an injured shoulder got it fixed. He had an injured foot lists. Frank Surgery got it fixed. You'd think he's been clear, right? Now. He has an injured pride in is wounded up. And you can't surgically get it fixed, right? You can only go back out there. If somebody will give you a chance, right in show them. They were all dead wrong. In. I do disagree with this premise, but but it's coming from a place in his heart. That's hurt right, but his premises. That money can't buy respect. Yeah, but but when people pay you money, they're paying you the respective. There's what you did. Yes, in this world we live in. Your respect is measured. Unfortunately in the end by your salary, it is okay. So Bill Belichick got away with paying him barely one million dollars. It's the bare minimum a veteran of camps ilk. Years he's putting. What does he nine years? That's the bare minimum you could have paid him. It's one point five million right that ranks nine hundred eighth of salaries paid in the NFL that ranks fifty eighth quarterbacks salaries. And it just seems so wrong that this guy was an MVP. This guy dominated the league for a year, and in a stretch in twenty thousand, also in lifted a team in two thousand, fifteen to the super bowl, the fifteen and one record. And this happens we're the league rejected you to the point that Bill Belichick got away with paying you that there are incentives, though even got away with paying incentives that are unlikely to. Right, and they don't count against the CAP, because your stats were so bad last year because you didn't have any threats that he got away with paying you stats that qualify as Unlikely to be earn. Incentives you know why because I can't control those someone else can control those Kip, saying my contract one year, and and I signed the contract because when I signed his Kip I was playing mostly special team. So if I get X. amount of touchdowns, make the pro bowl make all pro, so I've been getting five thousand here. But I led the team in receiving how two thousand and had a thousand yards guilty I'll get a hundred thousand dollars. Okay, now I needed a hundred and twenty, one hundred and twenty six yards in the game playing the raiders now the paper. There's so much. If we win the game, we win division. We get home field. They come to us. We lose the game. They win the division. We gotta go back to them to follow when we were. Need you need one hundred twenty six yards to get get one hundred thousand dollars skip. I got one twenty one in two and a half and don't catch another payers. Seriously what year was this ninety three? And then I go back following, we can drop thirteen, fifty, three, fifty six Oldham in a playoff game, which at the time was the most receiving with most reception in a playoff game in NFL history. Do you! Are you suspecting coach Shannahan new? which might wasn't there the only one they. Came Ninety five. That's right I. Don't know what was suspected. Who is calling the plays? Jim Muscled it. No, I don't know who knew, but I remember telling outlet member. Jon. Call them teeth. They. What's going on tea's like I, say man. I'm disappointed. We lost as a I needed five yard data underground. And he looked. He said that that ever happened. If you need a yard, you need a kid..

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NBA players to isolate ahead of season start in Orlando

Dave Plier

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

NBA players to isolate ahead of season start in Orlando

"What about sports leagues they intend to resume their seasons A. B. C.'s accurate case on what is upcoming for the N. B. A. one of the game's biggest rising stars Diane Williamson will headline the first match up in in eighty eight game season lebron James and the Lakers will be playing on day one as well the plan would require that players isolate in a controlled area or a bubble at the ESPN wide world of sports facility in Orlando Florida estate where positive test for the virus are breaking records on a daily

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Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

06:01 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Fresh all the talk about black lives better. Can we do something meaningful before we start planning the black national anthem? Nobody asked you to play. What if the NFL did nothing? How would you feel we're doing now? We had to Rudy Room. They had to go back at anthem or paragraphs and more language, the Rooney rule. But if I'm talking about on week, one if there were no symbolic gestures, if it just came and went, would you be offended by that? Because I hope that they don't think because people are not in the street like they were the first month that this is going away is not going away. SKIP is not. Beget People's people. Filing skilled people are starting to see man I can see. Progress can be made it so now we. Hold people accountable. Man. So I thought a lot about this last night because it hit me in my head and then all the way down to my heart. that. The black community has needed its own national anthem. That's all you need to know. That's how sad that is. The gravity of that hit me right between the eyes last night. I've known about lift every voice. It's always been an. It was a originally. That was put to music by two brothers. Is Beautiful if I. I would encourage everyone black white color. No refill lyric. Call it up on. Google for the lyrics of the song and just read especially the middle verse is stunning to me right. But. If, we're going to play the black national anthem. Then the national anthem backed back before the game. It almost feels like Toronto's playing. Golden State in the NBA finals. We gotta play the Canadian and. And it's like there's something wrong with this picture right because. Silly me idealistic me I grew up thinking one nation under God indivisible well. Over and you grow up looking at it completely upside down. Okay so I have been enlightened and I have seen and felt and from my perspective. As much as I would love for us to have one anthem that we all could believe in you. You have needed for years. Your anthem made. They'll come a time when you don't, but the important point is it? Do we need this symbolic gesture to go onto? We need to play your national anthem every game all year. We used to keep the conversation going to keep the focus on what really met. Obviously what matters the most is what I have campaigned against for like fifteen years. It is unarmed, black men and women getting killed by white, running murdered by white cops. That's the first. Thing that needs to be attacked first, and then after that were already to a point of enlightenment to racial sensitivity where we are tacking all of the vestiges that got grandfathered in of slavery statues symbols. Take them down. Take them down. We talk about George Preston. Marshall Net nickname Redskins, will they? They took a statue down outside RFK. Take them down right. So this is all progress, but it's just baby steps toward the ultimate goal, so I sympathize with the national football league. Trying to think what what okay. How do we do this well to me I? WanNa, see kneeling and I. I wouldn't mind hearing the black national anthem every game all year I. Don't know how you feel about that. That's my two cents from this side of the table, but we need to keep the conversation going. We cannot so to speak. Let it fade to black because it can't fade to black. All this will be lost all this moment in time with the doors and and minds open will be lost so I I would advocate hearing this song before every game ahead of our quote, unquote national anthem just to keep it top of mind. We just went through. That's just my. By little. Lead to bring about change. Got It I got it, but you know and I know focus will bring about change this conversation. Strong conversation will bring about change in Bali, is not symbolic gestures, but we do know that Minnesota's saying no more chokehold. Okay, that's a small start, right? Out Loud. But. If the politics in because that's what because you have to the Supreme Court said. We have to look at the police officers not as we sit here today. What was he thinking at the moment? Skip by US. The CHOKO. Skip impair for my life. His, that's what he failed. How do we question what he feels like given moment so therefore, he's allowed to use the comb booby. Did. It looked like he was in fear of his with a hand in his pocket. Exactly so doing away with qualified immunity. Skip I'm listening to some of the police. Do you know you have to give the police officer if he's accused of. The murder! You have to give him forty eight hours. Now if I kill somebody, they know. Why did you give me? Let me formulate what I'm. GonNa do and then you gotta turn over all your information. What the charges against him really? The only way to get it done the break the Union. Yeah, you gotTA break the unions. They gotta they gotTA. Better Warriors get. US In. A bigger typically and really literally. Skipped because they're so powerful. That nobody wants to take him on. Okay but doors have been cracked open and you gotta run through them. Yeah, right, but that's the thing script. Skip just just a crack Yup. Swing swing ride open. It Ain't good enough for one or two because see that's what it is giving. Crack the door open and said you got. You Got Michael Jordan. You Got Lebron. You.

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N.B.A. Owners Set a July 31 Restart, All in Florida

ESPN Daily

04:29 min | 3 weeks ago

N.B.A. Owners Set a July 31 Restart, All in Florida

"Zach Lowe's senior writer for ESPN in host of the low post podcast. Zach. We're GONNA have basketball We think we're going to basketball. We'll see on July whatever July thirty first, or whatever, but yet knock on wood back on everything. Knock on heads. We stay healthy enough to have basketball. That's true I should never say anything definitively these days, but we are closer to having basketball because the NBA Board of Governors met on Thursday in voted twenty nine to one on a plan for the League to return. Return to play in Orlando at Disneyworld, twenty two teams, eight regular season Games in possible plan term, involving the eighth and ninth seeds We're GONNA have a lot of time to break down the logistics of all this how it's going to work from a public health perspective, weather not can work, but I wanted to bring you on today to talk about the basketball ramifications of this decision. Why do you think they went this particular route? Well. I think as you might expect. They were trying to balance money midst about basketball and love the game all at, but I think that it's mostly about. How can we maximize? That's why they didn't just take the sixteen playoff teams. They've tried to threadneedle of. Volume of games. Fairness to the teams that were in the eighth spot when when the seasons stopped in some potential excitement for play in teams, particularly the teams that were chasing Memphis in the western, mathematically had a decent shot, a much better shot than usual with seventeen eighteen games left to catch them. I want to talk about New Orleans and Portland particular, but I I wanted to ask why not think they went with six additional teams? Instead of four was America just clamoring for some wizards basketball, so watching the wizards. It's sort of like playing roulette. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose sometimes you leave the building weeping uncontrollably. The one thing wizards are not. This season is boring. Both those teams really wanted to play I think part of it was probably well. If we're going to have a plan in the West, it's GonNa Look Kinda dumb. If we don't have a plan in the East Lake of we just take the east team so I guess we gotta take someone. WHO's the least crappy east team left? Okay Washington. You get in well, then we have to balance it. So who's the next lease? Crappy West, okay, Phoenix urine I, and then suddenly twenty two. My opinion and I said this from the beginning, it should have been twenty. There's a hard quality gap after twenty I see no reason why these teams had essentially zero percent chance to make the playoffs are going through all this rigmarole adding seventy or eighty bodies. Me The reason why it doesn't really make sense to me is if you had told me okay, the western conference is going to have a plan tournament with three four five teams, and it's GonNa last a week or ten days and we don't want the Eastern Conference. Eight playoff team sands Washington just sitting there waiting I could buy that, but displaying tournament is not a tournament. It's one or two games. I just don't. It doesn't make any sense to me why those teams? They're not to pick on them. I just thought so get it. The PELICANS obviously were playing much higher level Oncein Williamson came back, and actually had a better point differential than Memphis for the season stopped Then you've got the blazers who are nearing full health right, which was due back after an injury marsh before all this happened. and. In hair and Nerkez the deck and Oh, I think he's hurt. His leg. Oh, his leg is right. Narco hits the deck. Which of those teams do you think is better situated to make it in Portland was also slated to have a decent easy scheduling. Everyone focused on New Orleans easy schedule because it was the easiest but Portland in San. Antonio were slated ABC. Schedules. I think you would have to go with New Orleans. Only because a they were playing really well already in. Be Like it's it's. It's exciting that use of Norwich and Zach. Collins are back in their. If their backup for these long layoffs, but they're also back after long layoffs in Nurkic in particular is coming off one of those traumatic leg injuries that it usually takes people a while to get maybe a year. Even a season at took Paul George Longtime for instance to get back to what they were before. So I think you'd have to go with new. Orleans but I would not underestimate portland.

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Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:49 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "williamson" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Not that lucky around here. Hausky believe Jack Vaughn is going to be the head coach. The Brooklyn Nets next season while the nets are expected to conduct a full coaching search. WHOA, just taking against the field so shannon. Are you surprised by this I'm really not skip. I think the thing is that since he's taking for Kenny Atkinson. There's only been two games. They won both of those games. They beat the Lakers win the lake of really streaking and what he did that. He took Andre Jordan. Who was? Was On the bench, who they Vega friend of K. D. and Kerry batstone only reason that he's there. He inserted him into the starting lineup, but it's hard for me to believe that in a scenario like this, you wouldn't run this by K., D. and carry since they are your franchise superstar player, so if John Bond gets that job. He had received the blessing of those two guys that have played todd loop, and so that's why I thought I. Root Toddler would be. To unless Kyrie was not all in on Liu. So for that situation happens give. Katie and Kyrie signed up on the if he gets this job if he gets it and you want to talk about a plum job. Would they not be possibly the favorites in your? Car. They wouldn't be the favourite when those guys healthy nick coming into twenty one. Absolutely, they're going to be the favorite of the. So, I liked Jackpot. Fine Man, but he had three years in Orlando to prove himself and I know. The team wasn't very good at us, Fifty, eight and one fifty eight. But. He did coach under coach pop in San. Antonio Sean marks the nets GM. Played for coach pop and then came up through the Spurs Front Office and was the assistant to our C beaufort. San Antonio Connection and rapport between Jock von and Sean Mark Bright but tell me Sean marks that you didn't get the two superstars to sign off on this. Because a lot of other people want this job I think Jeff Van Gundy would be interest Mark Jackson, interest Jason how. They Jeff Jeff Van Gundy just wants to date because his name always comes up and he tried to get married against I. Think he wants to date, but just beat marrying up you. Know, there's no question about is. This job is very good, but the question is the thing. Is that pop had his favorite that he had Tim Duncan and David Robertson to buy into him early. GUYS BONA FIDE superstars. Okay to me. Tie Lewis at championship coach. He has charisma star starpower. Broad. That's what I'm saying. We did and I'm surprised. That guy ruined say we gotta go get him. It's not I mean. That's what they're. either. He believed, but don't count t lou out yet aright. US Today that all the time we I hope you all have a happy and healthy fourth of July weekend. We're GONNA. Be Back. Monday same time. Have a good day, guys..

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University of Kentucky fires cheerleading coaches

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:45 sec | Last month

University of Kentucky fires cheerleading coaches

"The university of Kentucky is fired all four of its cheerleading coaches after allegations of drinking and public nudity the university fired head coach Jomo Thompson as well as three assistant coaches following a three month long investigation U. K. provost David Blackwell says the investigation found during a retreat at lake Cumberland some cheerleaders perform gymnastics routines that included hurling their ten teammates from a dock into the water while either topless or bottomless investigators also found lax oversight and poor judgment by former U. K. chaired visor Thielen Williamson who retired days after learning of the investigation no cheerleaders were dismissed from the squad

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Texas opens up COVID-19 testing to asymptomatic cases

Jim Bohannon

00:26 sec | Last month

Texas opens up COVID-19 testing to asymptomatic cases

"News Williamson County officials approve ramping up covert nineteen testing efforts to include patients who don't have any showing symptoms independent businesses in Austin in Texas are growing less and less confident about their operations future since the code crisis began the Texas chapter of the national federation of independent businesses as they are now calling on Congress to allow those businesses to use more paycheck protection program funds for other operating expenses other than just

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Tennessee - Williamson County receiving 500 coronavirus test kits a day for first responders

Rush Limbaugh

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Tennessee - Williamson County receiving 500 coronavirus test kits a day for first responders

"Said Williamson county's total cove in nineteen cases could be much higher but a lack of test kits has made it nearly impossible to tell now though Gravelle says five hundred kids every day you're being delivered to the county this first round of test kits that we've just received are being used for first responders those first responders about a quarantine in the event of possible exposure but Gravelle says the new kids have a rapid turnaround time meaning they can get back into the field much

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Police get tough on French holidaymakers trying to break virus lockdown

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Police get tough on French holidaymakers trying to break virus lockdown

"French police say they'll be firm in enforcing measures restricting travel ahead of the Easter holidays as the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise four and a half thousand people in France have died from Paris he's Lucy Williamson fronts is cracking down hard in the face of this epidemic the Paris police chief has warned that extra checks will begin at key points around the capital from this morning anyone caught trying to leave for the Easter holidays will face a fine and won't be allowed to board that train or flight for weeks now even the briefest trip outside his required French residents to complete an official form specifying one of a handful of essential reasons for leaving home French police have already carried out almost six million checks across the country in the past fortnight of confinement and have issued three hundred and sixty thousand

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Austin school district extends campus closures to April 13, could go longer

Todd and Don

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Austin school district extends campus closures to April 13, could go longer

"J. Austin school district is closed until April thirteenth and A. I. S. D. says parents should be prepared that that might be extended governor Greg Abbott says there's not a lot of difference between his state wide orders and some of these local orders the governor says there's really only one major difference between his executive order addressing the corona virus pandemic in local shelter in place orders like the one Travis and Williamson counties are now under the fairly consistent with my executive order with one exception my executive order allows people together and groups of no more than ten the governor says the bottom line in both orders is for people to stay home and only have a central business is open with the same goal of slowing the spread of the

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Hurdles as states scrap standardized tests due to school closures

America's Morning News

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Hurdles as states scrap standardized tests due to school closures

"Of course closing schools to combat the spread is prompted several states to cancel standardized testing many were slated to begin in April but now school closures could they they could have some kids might not be going back to school at all until after the summer as some states are asking federal education officials to waive the testing requirements now many states use them to advance students to the next grade level and to rate schools and teachers education groups also say bringing kids in for testing weeks after online learning probably wouldn't be fair I've not just schools here in the USA act as the U. K. fights the same problem Boris Johnson the prime minister there said he's following the science and he is closing schools looking at the cause of the disease looking at where we are now we think now that we must apply downward pressure of further downward pressure on that pop would cove my closing the school save I can announce today and Gavin Williamson is making the statement not enough in the house of Commons that off to schools shop that dates from Friday afternoon for they will remain closed for most people so the vast majority people's until further notice and I'll come to Alex playing what I mean by the vast majority of people do is to slow the spread of the virus and as I say we judge of this is the right moment to do that but of course as I've always said we also need to keep the NHS going to treat the rising number of cases so we need health workers who are also parents to continue to go to work and we need all the critical workers with children to keep doing their jobs two from police officers who are keeping us safe to the supermarket delivery drivers social care workers who look after the elderly in whose side vital movies movies got more details shortly about who we need him we need it in

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Zion Williamson pledges to pay salaries of Smoothie King Center employees

CBS Sports Radio

02:31 min | 3 months ago

Zion Williamson pledges to pay salaries of Smoothie King Center employees

"Here here's what happened okay Zion Williamson is a nineteen year old he's nineteen okay we talk about him a lot he's been talked about for quite some time now he's one of the biggest freak prospects you will ever see in your life he showed up in the NBA and he's delivered on that as a guy that was the number one pick he's delivered already he looks fantastic Zion Williamson at nineteen years old has done something great and something that you've heard this going on around the world of sports right now because with all these leads that aren't in session do not have the games will people that work at the stadiums are out of work and that sucks right because it's not their fault it's like these people are incompetent they got fired there's a massive virus there's a literal pandemic going on there's a national emergency in this country and those people just can't work right now the circumstances don't allow and so what do you do for those people they're not going to walk into jobs are are people handed all jobs right now probably not so what's going on if you have some owners across the sports world you have some players across the sports world that are giving money of their own money into the stadium and police to help these people out and how great is that one of those people happens to be dialed Williams who can he's nineteen this is a nineteen year old kid this is his first year in the NBA it's not like well he's been through a whole number one pick contracted he's just swimming in dough and it doesn't matter to him at all he is a nineteen year old kid it's in the middle of his first year of his first contract so he's doing well compared to all of us but still this kid donated the money to cover all of the employees at the smoothie king center where the pelicans play he's covering their salaries of what they would have made for thirty days that's amazing right it's amazing display of kindness from a nineteen year old kid think about the maturity that goes into that kind of decision even if people are like Hey we think there's a good movie to do a friend to say you know what yes I think this is the right move I'm in that's an impressive thing to do he did that great job by Zion Williamson awesome

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France holds local elections despite virus lockdown

BBC World Service

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

France holds local elections despite virus lockdown

"Hello this is the B. B. C. news with Fiona macdonald French voters will go to the pool shortly to cast their ballots in local elections there's considerable unease that the vote is going ahead while the country baffles a corona virus pandemic has prompted the closure of bars restaurants cinemas and many shops Lucy Williamson reports from Paris the government reportedly came close to postponing these elections instead they boarded major changes to the way polling stations will work metal railings and barriers will channel voters along specific routes with tape markings on the floor to keep around a meter of space between those queuing to cross the vote gloves and hand sanitizer will be provided and voters have been asked to bring their own pens the question is whether it'll be enough to reassure people this election is a chance for the two key rivals to establish new bases across the country the fear is it'll be a chance for coronavirus to do the

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Zion Williamson: New Orleans Pelicans rookie pledges to help employees

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Zion Williamson: New Orleans Pelicans rookie pledges to help employees

"News New Orleans pelicans forward Zion Williamson says he will pay the salaries of all the workers at the smoothie king center the home arena of his NBA team this after the league suspended the season for at least thirty days in an Instagram post Williamson said some of the most special people I have met are those who work at smoothie king center he also said they've been incredibly welcome welcoming and supportive since he was drafted last June Williams is only nineteen says the gesture is a small way for him to show his support and appreciation for the employees to help relieve some

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NBA Players Paying Arena Worker Salaries In Lieu Of Season

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

NBA Players Paying Arena Worker Salaries In Lieu Of Season

"The griffins making a hundred thousand dollar donation to aid workers at little Caesars arena affected by the stoppage business at eight home games remaining with the league announced the hiatus due to corona virus Cavaliers Kevin love was the first NBA star to make a hundred thousand dollar pledge for Reno workers New Orleans forward Zion Williamson the topic in last year's draft his pledge to cover the salaries for all of the pelicans arena staff workers for the next

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18 confirmed coronavirus cases in Tennessee

Phil Valentine

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

18 confirmed coronavirus cases in Tennessee

"The Tennessee department of health has confirmed nine additional cases of coronavirus across the state bringing the total number of people infected to eighteen six of the cases are in Nashville Davidson county eight of the cases are in Williamson County with Shelby County confirming two cases Knox and Sullivan county both confirming one

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Trump's new chief of staff to self-quarantine after potential Coronavirus exposure

Ben Ferguson

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Trump's new chief of staff to self-quarantine after potential Coronavirus exposure

"That that president trump's odds chief of staff has self quarantine mark meadows after possibly meeting individual with corona virus again and president Donald trump's new chief of staff mark meadows announced today R. yes say last night he was self quarantine after after possibly meeting the individual who attended the concert of political action conference while infected with rotavirus mark meadows was advised this weekend they might have come in contact with the individual's individual meadows took a precautionary test which came back negative minute meadows chief of staff Ben Williamson said he'll be self quarantine to the fourteen day period passes Wednesday and that is since he would have met

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Is Zion Living Up to the Hype for the Pelicans?

ESPN Daily

06:04 min | 4 months ago

Is Zion Living Up to the Hype for the Pelicans?

"Were in Dallas for the pelicans overtime loss to the Mavericks. Second night of a back to back for New Orleans obviously but we didn't see the Zion. We've sort of been spoiled by over the last month. So what did you get from Zion? On Wednesday night. I saw someone who had to go through a little bit of adversity. There's two different things working against him in that Dallas Game One. It was the first time he played on a back to back. You didn't see his legs under him. Early actually play but gets the block on Williamson Williamson. Took his time getting up court. You may be subbing out of the ball game here. He is drew and Lonzo Ball. We're GONNA come on up to him. Hey man you you're right you you tired. Are you going to play? You GotTa pick one. The other thing. Going against him was Dallas they started Maxi Kluber alongside of kristaps porzingis specifically for Zion Williamson two. That might have been forcing a psychotic burst that is just perfectly played deep that still by Dallas Cleveland's doing A. They went to the formula. That's been working. Which is the. We're GONNA get the tallest guy we have can defend him to do it. And then have another seven footer. Awesome plus footer at the Rim Ryan got blocked inside again. It's not possible in less. Cleber is being this physical and allowing time for kristaps ticket over there. Lieber six ten obviously porzingas seven three. Those have been the only really match ups that have given him problems when they played the box. Janas guarded him and then you have the Lopez twins behind him. Protecting the RIM defers Lakers game. Anthony Davis guarded him. And you had jovial and Dwight rim so that combination kind of went against his favor so walk me through a little bit of the process on the back to back portion of it because this is obviously part of the Adjustment For Zion. So where do you find the line? If you're the PELICANS in trying to get him experienced doing things like back to backs that he'll be asked to throughout his career and then also sort of adjusting him since he is still getting fresh on the court after an injury yeah so initially David Griffin the PELICANS executive vice president of basketball operations who should have a shorter title. It's a mouthful say every time I don't know I mean if you're going to have a title let's go big with it like if I'm going to have a business card the whole front of it's going to be my title and the backs. Just going to say fits. There's not not my first name. Just I'm pretty sure that's what his business card says. I haven't seen one but I'm pretty sure that's it has to read like that initially As I was coming back from the injury. Grif said he wasn't there. Were probably going to take it easy on back to backs. Now the good thing that kind of worked into their favor there was January. Twenty second was when he made his debut since then the Tuesday Wednesday back to back that they just had was the first time they had a back to back so they got to let him get games under his belt. He mentioned to his own Tuesday. You know I have to do the recovery if I want to perform the way that I'm capable of performing as you try to push for or is this your mutual agreement Little bit of both but I need a push for myself because I gotTa do the recovery of I want to be able to perform. We do every night with that. Being said coming off the knee injury there were reports that he was learning how to walk differently. How to run differently? I mean when they're watching him and they're monitoring and what are they looking for his indicators of his health very funny to me because I think George Sodano said that I think on ESPN broadcast and it just kind of blew up. He's learning how to walk and anybody who's been through physical therapy at any point that I for any sort of knee. Injuries foot injury. Whatever it is can tell you. They will relearn how to walk in physical therapy. The learning how to walk and run differently was more about little things in his gate that they wanted to fix. The biggest thing that they really wanted to correct at that time was how he landed when you go back and watch how he landed at. Duke with these huge one handed slam traffic. He's landing on one foot one of the big things you see. Now when he goes up for a dunk whether it's an alley whether he's just throwing it down to hands. He tries to land on two feet as much as possible. Zeile yeah that the to hand flush and a great entry fee for Lonzo Ball over Kunst buck to finish that would KUPA gotta be thinking. What in the world so. It's little things that maybe you don't know at nineteen years old that the Pelicans are trying to instill in him so they can take a little bit of stress off of his knees. The biggest thing you just said is nineteen if you listen to Zion. He'll make sure he tells you. He's nineteen in just about every other interview. I feel like I mean but doesn't right like we are so busy trying to make him either the savior of a lead. That doesn't need to be saved or the reason that we're over. Hyping somebody to the point that people ridicule how much we talk about it but you look at it at some point. Say this is a nineteen year old kid. We're talking about that is absolutely crushing in a limited sample size. So let's turn the tone positive here for a second you're looking at a nineteen year old kid. What he's doing is unprecedented right. It's absolutely unprecedented. Feel like every other night we were finding ways to start a sentence with Zion Williamson. Doing something and we ended it with Michael Jordan or Shaquille O'Neill or Tim Duncan or wilt. Chamberlain the goes on and on and on. And you're like that doesn't make sense.

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Elizabeth Warren's Presidential Bid Comes to an End

WSJ What's News

05:41 min | 4 months ago

Elizabeth Warren's Presidential Bid Comes to an End

"Senator Amy Klobuchar former South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Brundige and former New York City mayor. Mike Bloomberg have all called it quits and today. We're adding Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren to that list. I will not be running for president in twenty twenty but I guarantee I will stay in the fight for the hardworking folks across this country have gotten short into the stick over another. That's been the fight of my life and it will continue to be so warrants progressive policy driven campaign caught fire last fall making her an early favorite to win the nomination but she had a disappointing showing in the first elections in the primary season. Including this week Super Tuesday with more on the rise and fall of Warren's candidacy we're joined by Wall Street Journal reporter Tarini Party Tarini. Last fall senator. Warren was one of the front runners for the Democratic nomination but today she became the last remaining woman among the top tier candidates drop out. How expected was this announcement at this point. Given what we saw on Super Tuesday Warren was essentially left with no choice. But to drop out there was all choose facing a lot of pressure because she didn't win a single state she came third in her home state of Massachusetts. And so you know as this race drags out with Joe Biden on one side and Bernie Sanders on the other. The more candidates who stay in the longer the Democratic primary could become. And that's something that party leaders are trying to avoid They WANNA be trump and so they think that the field should sort of consolidate And so they can have a nominee sooner rather than later and she just didn't see a path forward a viable path forward. She did not end. You know ahead of Super Tuesday. Her staff had said that they were looking at a contested convention as one of the ways that were left for her to essentially be the Democratic nominee. They were hoping that she would pick up enough delegates on Super Tuesday to make that case but she didn't get that far and at this point. She said she just saw no path forward. Let's talk about the rise and fall of her candidacy. Tarini people were talking about her back in two thousand sixteen. When Hillary was running right she chose not to run in two thousand sixteen. And this time around you know. She started off with a few missteps She really did get her footing back. She focused her campaign on Ground Game Organization. She built out a huge campaign that focused on raising money online That really Invested in field organizers in in the early states An early on she did start getting a lot of traction. You know if you go back to the late summer early fall. She was starting to become the front runner in this primary. And then that slowly started That's that's slowly. Went away as more questions about her health. Care plan started. Cropping up she eventually put out a Medicare her own version of Medicare for all And you know wasn't really able to sell that both to moderate voters and progressive voters which she said today in her press conference was interesting. She said that when she started out she was told that there were two lanes in the Democratic primary the the Progressive Lane and the The moderate lane and Joe Biden would be the front runner in the moderate Lane and Bernie Sanders was in coming on the Progressive Lane. She was told she said that there was no other path. And she said she Set at the time that she didn't believe that that she thought that she could change things and she said today that that she was wrong It seems based on the way that this primary has played out who among those remaining candidates Former Vice President Biden or Vermont Senator Sanders Might Benefit from Warren's exit. So we'll have to see you know if she decides to endorse. She said today that she's going to take some time to think. And figure things out you know a lot of her supporters. Are you know more progressive? And if you in that sense they could be. You know they could move to Bernie Sanders but she also does have a lot of college educated women who aren't necessarily you know the Bernie Sanders Type of voter so she could. You know some Some of her supporters could also back Joe Biden Tarini. Warren's departure leaves two white men in their seventies competing to run against president trump another white man in his seventies. What are we to make of the fact that this was historically diverse. Field has whittled down to this. It was historically diverse. We had six women. If you know if you're including Tulsi Gabbard and Marianne Williamson. We had six women running Tulsi Gabbard is obviously still in the race but has not gained any traction she elizabeth. Warren was the you know the the last top tier woman still running. 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Doncic’s 30-Point Triple-Double, Porzingis Lead Mavericks Past Pelicans In OT

GSMC Basketball Podcast

05:19 min | 4 months ago

Doncic’s 30-Point Triple-Double, Porzingis Lead Mavericks Past Pelicans In OT

"So now we look forward to the Dallas Mavericks who just had a pretty big game. They're in seventh place right now. Six would ideal like we talked about last podcast there in six place and the rest of the standings ended up as they are as of now they'd be up against the Denver Nuggets. Which in my opinion would be the easiest matchup for any team really in this western conference standings not to give any disrespect Denver Nuggets or what they've done all season their forty one and twenty. They're great team. But when you look at the Los Angeles Lakers the clippers even the rockets. Those teams just seem a little bit more intimidating so the Mavericks WanNa get higher up in the standings so that they can potentially dodge playing the Lakers or the Clippers. And so they're only half game back from doing this the To eclipsing the Oklahoma City thunder in the standings and so just few days after Lucas. Twenty first birthday he would be going up against Zion Williamson for the first time. And the Pelicans the Pelicans at this point are on a two-game Skid and Zion was playing his first ever back to back so this was a big deal because obviously when he first came back they were totally babying him and having him on minutes restriction not making play back to back and now he's filing gotten that level where he feels pretty comfortable. He's been in pretty good shape and so this is the first game back. It's good test for him to see where he's at physically the PELICANS would also be without. Jj riddick he'll probably offer a couple of weeks with an injury which is really unfortunate for them as they're trying to make this push to get into that last playoff spot so unfortunate for them but in this game it was so close and so back and forth there were thirteen lead changes in this one and eighteen times where the game was tied. The Mavericks would be the ones ahead at the end of the first quarter. Twenty four twenty two. They then had their lead extended out to eleven before the Pelicans brought close again and again and the Mavericks would have the halftime lead up by just two points at halftime. The Mavericks had eleven blocks so welcome to the block party. Three of them being against Zion. So crazy stat for the for the Dallas Mavericks but nothing would still separate these two teams in the third each team scoring thirty points each meaning. The Mavericks would still have a two point lead. The fourth quarter was much of the same very competitive very back and forth and for the majority of the fourth. The Mavericks would have the lead and any time that the Pelicans come close or even tie it as they did a few times in this one they would just push back out but with two and a half to go Ingram. Hit a big three to take the lead finally for the. Pelicans one zero seven one zero six he would then extend it out with a tough fadeaway so pelicans would go up by three then with the mavericks down by one with thirty six seconds ago. It was currie not steph curry his brother. Seth Curry who would regain the lead on a huge three in the corner? And so now the Pelicans down one twelve one nine and seven seconds left Nikola Meli who had missed his last six three pointers. Got The inbounds. Pass put it up and knocked it down to tie the game and send it into overtime with porzingas missing a fadeaway game winner. So what kind of confidence do you have to have when you've missed six three pointers in a row? But the US do they draw up. They didn't drop the play for me to take this three. There's no way he was just the open guy. They gave it to him and he shot it with confidence which is something you should give them a pat on the back door because if I've missed six threes in a row I'm not taking another one for the rest of the game. I wouldn't have missed six zero because I wouldn't have taken that many but could also him for you know lock in and putting it down so great clutch bus bucket there for the Pelicans to try and take this one and not with the game tied at one eighteen in overtime with one eleven to go. It's a Luca. Danni H who hits a step back three Super Clutch? Take the lead late. In the game and later he would then split defenders with a pass and find Porzingis who goes and spikes it down extending their lead to one twenty. Three one. Nineteen effectively icing. This game the Mavericks would win this game. One Twenty seven one twenty three and this game could honestly not have been any tighter. It was close the entire game. Both both teams kind of pushing out for some leads but then again at the end of each quarter they would just come back to two point deficits and then tied obviously to go to overtime so and crazy game where stupor back and forth very competitive and it was just a great game to watch the Mavericks into this game. We're just five and fifteen in games decided by five points or less so they're not necessarily clutch when it comes down to the wire they seem to always drop games but for whatever reason in this one they came out on top and we're able to hold on for a big reason. Why are there two budding? Stars and Luca Danni Jake and Kris Porzingis.

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"williamson" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

Hacking Your Leadership

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

"Hey everyone and welcome to another paid for with Friday episode where we highlight people that we feel are doing a great job of publishing leadership content that resonates with us we will include links to their work and tag them on our post to make sure they know we appreciate them. This is our way to say thanks to other leaders and individuals that are having a positive impact on helping others become better leaders through sharing their thoughts opinions in ideas online for all the scene. Here Christine I have always wanted to use our platform to advocate for other people passionate about leadership and give our listeners as much content as possible to help sharpen their own skills through different perspectives and approaches. If you would like us to check out anyone specific please tag them in the comments or send us a message with their links to their content. Before I begin a quick note if you are in Orlando area or you are a podcast willing to travel. Please consider checking out podcast. Twenty twenty is a multimedia expo that will be here in Orlando on March. Sixth through eighth I will be attending coming by and check out this amazing event for more INFO. Tickets visit podcast. Expo Dot Com P. O. D. F. E. S. T. E. XPO DOT COM. Also please take a second to subscribe to the podcast and write a review on your favorite listening platform. Thanks in advance on this episode. I WanNA thank Rachel Williamson. Rachel is a retail consultant coach. Keynote Speaker and author. Rachel is very active on Lincoln in hosts a podcast called life of a store manager and runs a website called running great stores Dot Com. Rachel provides a ton of advice inspiration. But what I really appreciate is all of the resources and recommendations on her website clicking around you will find a ton of cool things including an assessment called. Are you a complainer. I couldn't help myself. I took the survey good news. I'm not a complainer. Better news I know to tell someone if they are a complainer anyways I really appreciated the time and attention put into all of this content by Rachel and highly just connecting with her and visiting her website and listening to her podcast. Her links will be in the podcast notes and we will tag her all of our posts. Great Job Racial and thanks for helping others to. Hashtag be a better leader. Thanks for listening and let us know who else deserves some Kudos..

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"williamson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"At home home on your Alexa turns out we at slate have built a new Alexa skill. Where perfecting it? So what you do is you say. Alexa enable the gist to to enable the skill on your Alexa device and then begin playing the show and to play it after that you can say Alexa. Play the gist. I enable them play it just on the Alexa Um It's Friday January tenth two thousand twenty from slate. It's just I Mike Pasqua. Marianne Williamson is out. Yes yes I know. We have the articles of impeachment sent to the Senate that is bigger but Marianne has descended upon the astral plane and shall not be there to speak into the yearnings of our souls or the doings of the Department of Housing and.

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"williamson" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

16:34 min | 6 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris

"Welcome to season three of journeys of faith. I'm your host Paula. Farris excited for you to dig into this season. We'll be talking to political luminaries. Some candidates and other figures figures about how their personal faith influences their person. In policy love does not morally equivocate. And that is what will defeat. The president The the ballot box. Our next guest is a friend of Oprah Marianne Williamson who has both fascinated and confused as she continues her bid for twenty twenty eight now Williamson has some really unique views on gun control. She says she'd outlaw. Bullets and one of her signature. Policies is reparations. Pain pain the African American population hundreds of billions of dollars over the next decade. Her answer as to why is really intriguing. That Williamson also addresses the critics who call her a self help celebrity a menace to society an anti science but one indisputable truth. She has a massive and loyal following. We'll talk about her Jewish Jewish faith the truth regarding much talked about relationship with Oprah and her incredibly human take on simplicity of Miracles.

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"williamson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 6 months 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 You're Wrong... And Here's Why

You're Wrong... And Here's Why

11:54 min | 7 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on You're Wrong... And Here's Why

"And welcome to this week's episode of you're wrong and here's why I'm Chris where we're joined by Greg. Crone Gregory Houria. Another beautiful weird snowy snowy night over here in beautiful Pennsylvania Chris Beautiful Pennsylvania. Yes so you guys get to now. All of a sudden as as I was driving home I noticed a small amount of flurries and then as the next hour to win along some winter squalls Chris and Snow Squalls Elsa coding my driveway currently. But I don't think it's supposed to do or last much longer. Driveway Lottie DA. I know right Mr Mr Rockefeller No let's that's exciting. I think you know I've said this innumerable times but I miss snow in theory in theory in theory. Keyword there all right well this week thought about why the Pelicans are GonNa Richard Zion Williamson the season while the bills are going to beat the Patriots this weekend and why Madison Bumgarner is the best value so far and free agency. Let's start off with the New Orleans Talibans and and one Zion Williamson Zion Williamson the number one selection in the nineteen NBA draft. And I I were. He gets hurt after a pretty impressive summer league I would say and all of a sudden. There's a six to eight weeks time line and at this time on just keeps getting pushed back and pushed back and pushed back and pushed back and we're now past eight weeks. Zaylon is still not cleared to actually take part in five one five staff or do any any significant court trills. Greg this is this is a story. I've seen play out before we've seen. Oh He's is going to be ready in a couple of weeks. Don't worry about it when our teams tanking and that just never comes. I will say I check this out and I was surprised to see over at Bethesda sportsbook. They're actually plus twenty five hundred not amongst the twenty five thousand skews me not even the worst teams is in the NBA but there is just not a chance in the world. The PELICANS are going to Risk Zion's long-term future or quite frankly their draft pick and twenty twenty by playing this guy this year. Well I mean the question. The PELICANS have to face. Is You know especially with the guys they got in that in that Lakers the deal that sent Anthony Davis over how Zion's going to Gel with some of these guys and and I think that you know obviously you don't WanNa push him back from an injury early but I could definitely Italy see a post all-star break bringing this guy back and just letting him get used to the game. We saw firsthand me and you a sixers fan saw this play Out Year after year after year and it took such a weird adjustment period for some of these guys that set out like Ben Simmons like Joel Embiid. I took a little bit longer for them to kind of get their feet under them at the NBA level now. Obviously Zion is an unbelievably athletic kid and a lot of explosiveness. This is part of his game and I think that that's something the pelicans definitely have to monitor coming back from something like this and you don't want to exacerbate exacerbate an injury and obviously their seasons essentially over I mean there what sixteen games under five hundred already to start the season. They've lost a ton of games in a row. I think it's double digits at this point. It's you know the the hunt for the playoffs is obviously over but with the way the NBA draft is waded. Now tanking doesn't work as much so getting this guy even a little bit of run not only for the team but also for the fan base. I mean this is a guy. This is the Mo what. Let's let's be honest. This is probably the most hyped number one overall pick since Lebron. If we're going to be we're going to be perfectly honest here Just from the amount of media coverage the amount of focus he went to Duke. There's just so much focus on this guy to to not to not put him out there for a couple of games just to get his feet wet at the NBA level. I think is unfair. I don't think the Pelicans give a damn about getting him. acclimated playing with Josh Heart and Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram and Jackson Hayes and derrick favors. Whoever it is they want to put out there? You'll notice that I didn't mention drew holiday or JJ rennick because if you're if you're listening to the scuttle bought of late it seems like both of them could potentially be on the block. Why did you leave us? Jj why did you do it only to get traded and take your power out of your own hands. They're concerned about Zion long-term and you talk about the weighted it'd lottery system There's just -cation to that I get where you're coming from but the point is it's still better to have a better chance. You know if I I understand. It's not as drastic a difference. It has been in the past with more flat and lottery odds but worse team still have a better chance. And that's all you can really ask for. You know. There was never a scenario where that number one team was. Actually even the favorite to get the number one pick. The field was always the favourite because that that odds were what twenty five percent twenty six percent back in a pre weighted lottery. You know there. There was never any guarantees. And we've seen plenty of teams tank only to get the second pick in the draft third. Pick in the draft now God could be fifth. Pick in the draft if you're if you're New York Knicks Fan with RJ Barrett. Going four last year that he was hardcore. Tanking this is I on. This is all about Zion. This is about his future and who you're going to pair them with if you can add the James Wise Men are and Anthony Edwards or something along those lines. I I don't know how much percents Lamelo ball would make as he would potentially be taking a spot from his older brother but added Edwards or a Weisman. Come back next year and see what you got. But you're not risk nothing. I mean the problem is we've gone back and forth about market size and things like that with the Pelicans specifically is you. You're the risk of losing fan interest because of something like this though. It's not like the city of Philadelphia where you have you know a much. Larger pool pulled draw from a long rich tradition of basketball. You know going way back to the early fifties you're talking about you're talking about a Pelicans franchise that is relatively brand new in the in the you know the grand scheme of the NBA and to not have a guy like this out there to not not give him to not give the fans at least an opportunity to see him is is a really really difficult decision for me to watch them make. I mean it's not like like they're dropping ticket prices because he's not out there. You know what I mean. Those season tickets that skyrocketed remember all the stories in the videos of the ticket. Team going crazy when when they landed the number one pick those ticket. Prices are staying the same in you risk a lot when it comes to renewals and things like that from from a business standpoint by not having the sky play. I understand that the season's essentially over but how many games his rookie Zion Williamson really going to win this team. This team has contracts as constructed. It is not very good. They have pieces they definitely do. I mean drew's obviously a perennial. All Star at this. Point is one of the best young point guard gets. He's not young anymore. It's twenty nine. But he still a very very very good player in this league. And you outside of that I mean you do like you said you you have. Jj whatever derrick favors again. Nothing Great Brandon. Ingram is easily the best player on the team currently I mean the questions going to become as what do fans have to watch. What this team? If it's not Si- On pill you get Zion over the next. At least four. Three seasons you get a healthy sign you talk about fan interest waning and you know temporarily that may be the case but who cares hairs because the very second that guy steps onto the court it all goes away and that's all anybody who's GonNa WanNa talk about again and this team is going to be a lot more interesting thing if Anthony Edwards playing playing shooting guard instead of Josh Heart or JJ radic or somebody like that and then you genuinely have that young core for you know. A wise men might be weird fit just because they draft Jackson. Hey so high last year but a guy like Edwards gives you a potentially you. It's really interesting. Young trio of of Edwards Zaylon and Brandon Ingram. And then. Then you're onto something then you're not just a team that's interesting to watch because it was I on your team that potentially if everyone matures correctly becomes the team to reckon within the NBA. And what why would you risk you. We I think the only way the fan interest goes away is if you put this guy back on the court. He's exciting for game and a half then he lands wrong. Re Fractures chooses foot. And we're back to square one. That's how you lose fan excitement. Sure but what are the question becomes as he's two hundred eighty five pounds. I think the odds yet. But it's not GonNa Change. It's GonNa Change from this year to next year. It's not like all of a sudden ions going to become a felt to forty like if anything he's GonNa continue to grow into his body and potentially get bigger. I mean we're talking about a twenty year old kid right here. I mean you watch guys transform as they enter into the NBA. A and what their bodies become. Let's talk about a guy like Joel embiid. For example you know they come into the league. They add that wait they get bigger. I don't see Zion on shrinking anytime soon. So you're talking about worrying about something that can happen at any point. It's this is the same reason why I disagreed. Continuously with the sixers and what they did did with managing the injuries of Ben Simmons and managing the injuries of Jalil Okeafor nerlens. Noel and I guess Jalil wasn't injured but nerlens was an and even Joel embiid like we did this thing where we baby them and did for what exactly. Well I would argue. NCUA the Ben Simmons thing and I will believe this to my. My last breath was not the Philadelphia. Seventy sixers decision but rather the decision of his management management and Ben Simmons because I think they care about marketing and they wanted him to be able to be rookie of the year out. It's also because he didn't shoot three pointers and he doesn't shoot and he's not a shooter in what are you talking. What are you talking about? He's I think he's too for three but either way. Well he's I think he's actually two for five on real threes real threes real threes. I just wish he's the best shooter. Benson's will not have perfectly fine. You're incorrect but I mean let's think about the teams in New Orleans around. I mean they're in the much tougher western conference. I don't think Zion brings them anywhere near getting outside of that bottom autumn five or bottom six you know world in when it comes to the draft lottery. I just don't the team's not good enough to go in night in night out and beat teams. They're not going to be better. They're just they're just not. It's just it's not going to hurt their draft stock as much and getting this guy out there and letting their fans and see what the future holds. I think carries more weight I don't agree with that. I think this is you tank and you worry about it next this year. Are you at all surprised you. I mentioned the the Plus Twenty five thousand Pravada but are you at all surprised to learn that to win the championship. That plus plus twenty five thousand goes for both the PELICANS and the Memphis. Oh sorry the Memphis..

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"williamson" Discussed on Big Time Basketball

Big Time Basketball

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on Big Time Basketball

"Just like if our worker right now right now wit to Oklahoma City and he averaged fourteen point pointed eight board people say Al Horford Sucks Al Horford is going to build seventy sixers and they're probably GonNa go to the finals and they're going to. They're going to be singing thing in his praises with his fourteen eight still the thing the thing you're not understanding it all of this though is that and I think this stems back from our conversation we had in the past pass so I bring it up now. The expectation of Zayn Williamson as the number one pick as the greatest thing since the Braun prospect wise is that he has to be a superstar right and the all the things that you're sort of describing him as our like. He can't be draymond green if he's Draymond Green. That's a disappointment because that's how high that's how how high the expectations offer offer this. Guy Zion hoover fans birth bring every waiter where's who the talent evaluators in the NBA all who think that this guy is the next big thing yes if he if he comes back if he comes out of his career rear is Draymond Green. It's going to be a disappointment like that unfortunately because he's he's supposed to be a is draymond green atop a top ten player in the NBA. You know he is judo but you know he's basketball. You know that right. I might not be I want. I want him on on every single one of my teams. I want him on on every single one of my teams. He is an absolute winning basketball player. I love him. I absolutely love him. Draymond green is a great number three he throughout the entire situation with the warriors. It's been Steph one clay too and then obviously they add K. D. He's always been one of the best supporting guys in the league a million different things he's he's A. He's a pocket knife. He's a jack-of-all-trades but Zion Williamson the expectations preside Williamson are NBP's and superstardom and that's not draymond green. It's that's not true. That's not true. Nobody knows who's going to be an MVP. No one knows it's going to be on Mount Rushmore going into their first season reason. No one thinks it's like who I loved to hear someone with any type of credibility had said Zion. Williams is going to be a top five player aw time nine thirty. You Got Refund. You got an hour and a half show I want you to I want you to tell me where someone's like my expectations on him for him to be Mount Rushmore. No one says that Lebron Lebron's expectations were for him to be Mount Rushmore going into his first season. No we're not that man was his. His nickname was chosen one he. He's the keys King James he was. He was literally the Chosen One. He tattooed on his okay so now according to Cerruti. We're going to go with what guys aside the Tattoo on their bodies. We're GONNA leap. We can live a dose expert. I cannot wait. I also things that people tattoo on their bodies now. Now we're GONNA hold only look Ron accountable to the tattoos on his body. Come on listen we're going to we're going to have ric Bucher on later and about a half an hour from now. I can't wait to ask Rick about this because I have a feeling. He's is on my side now one second you have to ask him if Zion Williamson has a career like draymond green. Is that a disappointment appointment. I WANNA hear him. Say Like I will ask directly three nine..

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"williamson" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

12:51 min | 10 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"Talks with marianne williamson the author of books on spirituality and self help williamson is now running for the democratic presidential nomination. Marianne williamson williamson who's running for the presidential nomination has never held national office. She's never held any political office but she certainly a public figure and like our current. President is an she's been a bestselling author for decades. Her books on self help topics include a woman's worth and healing the soul of america. She's a close friend of oprah's and she frames critique of donald trump not in political terms not in policy terms but in spiritual terms this nana's dan has reached into the psyche of the american people and he's harnessed fear for political purposes so mr president if you're listening. I want you to hear me please you you have harnessed fear for political purposes and only love can cast that up so i saw her. I have a feeling you know what you're doing. I'm going to harness love for political purposes offices. I will meet you on that field and sir level when she impressed some viewers with her convictions however unorthodox and after the first july july debate marianne williamson was the most googled candidate. I spoke with her about her campaign for the democratic nomination early last week. I think the fairest question to ask you is very simple. Why are you running for president. Donald trump being president has changed the world and it's changed the world not only globally in terms of geopolitics but i think personally for many people <hes>. I'm one of millions of people. I'm sure this is true of you. Probably everyone listening to this program to some extent. Nothing is the same in terms of where we see ourselves in relationship to the rest of our lives to our country to the rest of the world and i think think that there's a deep question. We're all asking whether it's inchoate or whether very clear unconscious which is how can i possibly help and i think think we all feel most of us called on some level to use whatever skills we have to try to make like a difference at a time such as this so i challenged the idea that only the people whose careers have been entrenched for years in the limitations of the mindset that drove us into this ditch. H are qualified to lay out of this ditch. I think this is one of these those times in american history that require what is spiritual leader above all well let can we talk talk about the narrative of american history slavery did not end because the political status quo of the time decided to end slavery it ended because with the abolitionist ernest movement that was in fact begun by the early evangelicals and quakers so yes it came from a religious and spiritual foundation people rose up the people stepped in and with civil rights. The political establishment of the time did not wake up and say let's desegregate the south. A baptist preacher named dr martin arthur king and the civil rights movement. The southern christian leadership conference rose up the people stepped in so in fact with every major course correction in terms of social justice than the united it states it has in fact been an intervention by the people themselves and to be honest with you david. Yes it has been centered. Religious spirit absolutely william lloyd garrison plated enormous miss rowe. Martin luther king played an enormous role. Are you putting yourself at that level as a spiritual and inspirational leader absolutely not i did not say that at all all i have been working for thirty five years up close and personal with people whose lives are in crisis and that's one of the things that gives me the inside i have because i've seen what bad public policy does to people's lives. It's what gives me such a passion about changing that bad public policy. I'd been working for years with people who live daily l. e. the economic tension and anxiety created by this oligarch system. The first thing we have to do is to return to principal. This is how you change a <hes> life. This is how you change your country because all the country is is a group of individuals so you have to ask yourself. Where am i and where am i not the person i say i am. <hes> are are the people of the united states need to emotionally and psychologically rebound with the principles of the declaration of independence and those principles are written on marble walls written on parchment but principles dive not alive in us. I'm curious about your tactical emphasis or or your were your genuine emphasis on harnessing emotions. Why do you see that as crucial to beating trump what has happened in this country and what this happened. In many places in this world is that the worst aspects of human character had been harnessed for political purposes racism bigotry anti-semitism <hes> homophobia xenophobia islamaphobia sarah. No intelligent observer thought that these things didn't exist exists in the united states but we thought we had reached a point. We thought we have reached consensus. Several decades ago where there were lines pest which we would not go on either are left or right that no political major political entity would give a megaphone to any of these voices. Those levees have have fallen now. The problem is not that they're more haters than decent loving good people. That's not the problem. The problem is that the haters in this country have become collectivized for political purposes. There are a lot of wonderful decent loving really good people out there. We harness all that and change the world. When you become president you enter a world of mitch mcconnell u._n. To a world of <hes> a senate that is very unlikely to be <hes> majority democratic you enter. You're a world of all kinds of political realities in obstructions <hes> and difficulties what would happen on january twentieth. When you you become president united states what would in marion williamson administration look like there are four pillars to the moral politics that i believe that we need aid in this country at this point first of all it has to do with a moral economy trickle down. Economics is an amoral system that has led to immoral consequences so my sense of what needs to change economically holding capitalism accountable. I consider myself a capitalist but i think we need capitalism with a conscience and ours is meaning terms of policy but we need to repeal the two thousand seventeen tax cut put back in the middle class tax cut. Stop the corporate subsidies. Why do we pay twenty six billion dollars in in subsidies to the fossil fuel companies loan. The government needs to take back its own negotiating power with big pharmaceutical companies. We need to look how much of our military budget is actually money that the military said that they need to provide for legitimate security concerns and how much above that is money that has to do with short expenditures terzic mainly have to do with short-term profit maximization for defense contractors and i agree with elizabeth we knew that three percent tax on the assets of billionaires and two percent tax on the assets the fifty million and more these kinds of changes on a pure policy level that will begin to transition back to a functioning democracy and not just a function in corpus crecy or oligarchy what would in williamson administration look like who would you bring to the fore and a cabinet in your presidency so first of all all the people in my cabinet. I've been it would have to have a lot of experience in in government but they would also have the consciousness that i wish to bring so my attorney general for instance would have to be someone exquisitely aware and alert to the racial disparities in our criminal sentencing in in policing and so forth and i would also what my attorney general to be someone who is it's very aware of white collar crime and also very alert to the issues of voter suppression so really strong kick ass progressive attorney general yeah kick ass happening now in terms of state well pretty funny about secretary of state because my idea of secretary of state the my fantasy secretary secretary of state is outside the box but i thought wow this person would be perfect and then i recently read that person say in the new york times about my appearance in one of the debates. He said that woman shouldn't even and beyond the stage who resigned. I thought nicholas kristof would be the best secretary of state that he series secretary of the times columnist yeah and because his geopolitical understanding the handing of what is going on in this world is so to me he would be and then what you get under him are the lieutenants right but then i read that he can't stand me so i know well. Oh you probably wouldn't want to work for me. Have you met donald trump now. I saw him once i i'm. I was at mar a lago for a party when he was married to marla trump yep maple's right now. How long ago was that. It was a fundraiser for an aid organization. I had found it so it would probably have been in in the ninety s and back then. Was you think of him. I've thought about him what i think. A lot of people did he was like this vulgar american character. I i didn't hate him. I thought he was you know. My mother would have had a word for him. <hes> yiddish word we allow it is a word but i wouldn't have you know at that time and this is something that i find very mysterious. Actually if you look at interviews with him from the eighties he was really different. He even look different which makes me think i gives me my own theories about what's involved in all this. Which is when you see. Some it features on someone's face turns out much. I'll leave it at that but he even when he just aging. What are we talking about. Do your research david but he would wear it. What does that mean. I'm not i don't wanna i don't wanna go into that. It's just that i think that there are a lot of people who have who finds a lot very curious about the president but i don't want to go into any of that but i will say this when he talked about politics so but you're running on a on a on a an admirably probably a policy of being straightforward about what you mean. I'm not running on a on a campaign of personal demonization a per per a personal attack. I can keep it to my conversations about the president's announce policies and that's all i want to do and that's all i would want to do if i if it doesn't matter character absolutely does matter but we were. We were getting into areas here that went beyond character and i don't. I need to tell the american people the president's character because the president's character is very obvious for all to see now. I i know this has come up and i know it's controversial. You and i know there have been different statements on us. I wanna get you on the record and as a parent of someone with a severely autistic child <hes> i wanna get straight what you think think about vaccinations. I'm just not quite clear on whether you're an anti vaccine her i am not or you're somewhere in the middle or you think. Vaccinations explanations are right and necessary as i do. A vaccinations have looked at smallpox look at polio. Where would we be without a vaccination saxon. Save lives and anytime that there is a medical intervention. There's benefit and there's also risk and the government absolutely must come down on the side of of the public good. I made an admittedly sloppy comment about the removal of exempt. Shell us what the comment was and how you would correct. I said that they were draconian. I said that they were or well. I said well that sounds. It's kind of orwellian in coney to me to remove all the exemptions and how would you say it now. I would not say that it was a sloppy comment that a presidential candidate should not have said career enough and so in other words what you're saying is to save for example the parents the many many parents in fact in in the los angeles area who are <hes> look trying to get out of vaccines that have to measles. They're wrong the issue of a lot of those people that i've heard i've heard legitimate questions of people wanting to know. Why can't the measles vaccine vaccine be a separate vaccine. I don't find people who ask those questions to be a bunch of crazy out there boxers. I think that everybody is just concerned about the health of our children well. That's fair enough but sometimes even the most earnest and right minded people are just scientifically wrong indeed and the government has to make the decision that based on its evaluation scientific evaluation is in the best interest of the public and that's what i would do as president. You've been running for president now for a bit and i wonder what you've learned from it. You've gotten you've had some good moments. Particularly the second debate you you got god knows twitter rushton behind. You and you got an enormous amount of n. Google is well what we've gotten and then you've got some coverage that portray you as a kind of crystal-gazing kook..

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"williamson" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

16:02 min | 11 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Marianne williamson jason who's running for the presidential nomination has never held national office. She's never held any political office but she certainly public figure and like our current president. She's been a bestselling author for decades. Her books on self help topics include a woman's worth and healing the soul of america. She's a close his friend oprah's and she frames critique of donald trump not in political terms not in policy terms but in spiritual terms this man reached into the psyche of the american people and he's harnessed fear for political purposes so mr president if you're listening. I want you to hear me please. You have harness fear for political purposes and only love can cast that up so i- sir. I have a feeling you know what you're doing. I'm going to harness love for political purposes breath. I will meet you on that field and sir level when she impressed some viewers with her convictions however unorthodox and after the first july a debate marianne williamson was the most googled candidate. I spoke with her about campaign for the democratic nomination early last week. I think the fairest this question to ask you is very simple. Why are you running for president. Donald trump being president has changed the world and it's changed the world not not only globally in terms of geopolitics but i think personally for many people <hes>. I'm one of millions of people. I'm sure this is true of you. Probably everyone listening to this program. Welcome to some extent. Nothing is the same in terms of where we see ourselves in relationship to the rest of our lives to our country to the rest of the world and i think that there's there's a deep question. We're all asking whether it's inchoate or whether very clear unconscious which is how can i possibly help and i think we all feel most of us called on some level to use whatever skills we have to try to make a difference difference over time such as this so i challenged the idea that only the people whose careers have been entrenched for years in the limitations of the mindset that drove us into this ditch. The are qualified to lead us out of this ditch. I think this is one of these those times in american history that require what is spiritual leader above all well let can we talk about the narrative of american history slavery did not end because the political status quo of the time decided to end slavery it ended because with the abolitionist movement movement that was in fact begun by the early evangelicals and quakers so yes it came from a religious and spiritual foundation people rose up the people stepped in and with civil rights. The political establishment of the time did not wake up and say let's desegregate the south. A baptist preacher named dr martin luther king king and the civil rights movement. The southern christian leadership conference rose up the people stepped in so in fact with every major course correction in terms of social justice in the united states hates it has in fact been an intervention by the people themselves and to be honest with you david. Yes it has been centered in religious spirit. Absolutely william lloyd garrison played an enormous role will martin luther king pleaded enormous row. Are you putting yourself at that level as a spiritual and inspirational leader absolutely not i did not say that at all i have been working for thirty five years up close and personal with people whose lives are in crisis and that's one of the things that gives me the inside i have because i've seen what bad public policy does to people's lives. It's what gives me such a passionate about changing that bad public policy. I'd been working for years with people who live daily the economic tension and anxiety created by this oligarch system. The first thing we have to do is to return to principal. This is how you change a life. This is how you change your country because all the country is is a group of individuals so you have to ask yourself. Where am i and where am i not the person i say i am are are the people of the united states need to emotionally and psychologically rebound with the principles of the declaration of independence and those principles are written on marble walls written on parchment but principles dive do not live in us. I'm curious about your tactical emphasis or or your you genuine emphasis on harnessing emotions. Why do you see that as crucial to beating trump what has happened in this country and but as happened happen in many places in this world is that the worst aspects of human character had been harnessed for political purpose racism bigotry anti-semitism <hes> <hes> homophobia xenophobia islam phobia sarah. No intelligent observer thought that these things didn't exist in the united states but we thought we had reached a point. We thought we have reached a consensus several decades ago where there were lines pest which we would not go on either left after right that no political major political entity would give a megaphone to any of these voices. Those levees have fallen now. The problem is not that they're more haters than decent loving good people. That's not the problem the problem is that the haters in this this country has become collectivized for political purposes. There are a lot of wonderful decent loving really good people out there. We harness all that and change the world. When you become come president you enter a world of mitch mcconnell you end to a world of <hes> a senate that is very unlikely to be <hes> majority democratic you enter a world of all kinds of political realities and obstructions <hes> and difficulties what would happen on january twentieth when you become i'm president united states what would in marion williamson administration look like there are four pillars to the moral politics that i believe that we need in this country at this point first of all how do with a moral economy trickle down economics is an immoral system that has led to immoral consequences so my sense of what what needs to change economically holding capitalism accountable. I consider myself a capitalist but i think we need. Capitalism with a conscience and ours is meaning terms of policy. Well we need to repeal the two thousand seventeen tax cut put back in the middle class tax cut. Stop the corporate subsidies. Why do we pay twenty. Six billion dollars in subsidies subsidies to the fossil fuel companies alone. The government needs to take back its own negotiating power with big pharmaceutical companies. We need to look how much of our military budget is is actually money that the military said that they need to provide for legitimate security concerns and how much above that is money that has to do a short expenditures that mainly have to do with short-term profit maximization for defense contractors and i agree with elizabeth. We knew that three percent tax on the assets billionaires in two percent tax on the assets of fifty million and more these are the kinds of changes on a pure policy level that will begin to transition us back to a functioning democracy and not just a function in corporate takahiro org arcade. What would an williamson administration look like. Who would you bring to the fore and a cabinet in your presidency. So first of all all the people in my cabinet would would have to have a lot of experience in in government but they would also have the consciousness that i wished to bring so my attorney general for instance would have to be someone exquisitely aware where and alert to the racial disparities in our criminal sentencing in in policing and so forth and i would also what my attorney general to be someone who is very very aware of white collar crime and also very alert to the issues of voter suppression so really strong kick ass progressive attorney general yeah kick ass happening absolutely girls now in terms of gratuity of state. Well pretty funny about secretary of state because my idea of secretary of state the my fantasy secretary terry of state is outside the box but i thought wow this person would be perfect and then i recently read that person's say in the new york times about my appearance and then one of the debates. He said that woman shouldn't even be on on the stage who resigned. I thought nicholas kristof would be the best secretary of state that he's secretary of the times columnist yeah and because his geopolitical understanding ending of what is going on in this world is so to me he would be and then what you get under him are the lieutenants right but then i read that he can't stand me so i know well. He probably the work from me. Have you met dolor now. I saw him once. I i was at mar a lago for a party when he was married to marla trump the larvae maples. How long ago was that. It was a fundraiser for an aid organization. I found it <hes> so it would probably have been in the nineties nine days and back then. What did you think of him. I thought about him when i think a lot of people did he was like this vulgar american character. I didn't didn't hate him. I thought it was you know. My mother would have had a word for him. Yet is working. We allow the word but i i wouldn't have you know at that time and this is something that i find very mysterious. Actually if you look at interviews with him from the eighties he was really different. He even looked different which makes me think i gives me my own theories about what's involved in all this. Which is when you see. Some features feature on someone's face change that much a leave it at that but he even when he not just aging. What are we talking about do research david but he would wear it. What does that mean. I'm not i don't wanna i don't wanna go into that. It's just that i think that there are a lot of people who have who who finds a lot very curious about the president but i don't wanna go into any of that but i will say this when he talked about politics. You're running on a on a on a an admirably ah policy of being straightforward about what you mean. I'm not running on a on a campaign of personal demonization of per per a personal attack. I can keep it to my conversations about the president's policies policies and that's all i want to do and that's all want to do if i if it doesn't matter character absolutely does matter but we were we were getting into areas here that went beyond character and i don't need to to tell the american people the president's character because the president's character is very obvious for all to see now i i know this has come up and i know it's controversial and and i know there have been different. Statements on i wanna get you on the record and as a parent of someone with a severely autistic child <hes>. I want to get straight what you think about about vaccinations. I'm just not quite clear on whether you're an anti vaccine..

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"williamson" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

12:40 min | 11 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on The Argument

"I'm michelle goldberg and i'm rostow outfit and this is the argument this week. I sit down with democratic presidential candidate nate mary-anne williamson. I think people who have a deeper understanding and commitment to love tend to have a greater recognition of the power of evil then and michelle and i talk about her candidacy and her cultural significance see basically takes politics that i really like an adds a layer of flaking. I despise and finally finely a recommendation. I would especially see what you think of it ross because it seems like very much aimed at a lot of your preoccupations for marianne williamson.

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"williamson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:40 min | 11 months ago

"williamson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So let me be clear for made one mistake of all the candidates interviewed by turning point USA these are the ones that denounced anti for oral forms of violence Biden Yang Insley delay in a a gap but the rest of the audio you heard people including Bernie Sutton's Saunders actively ignore all the question refused to denounce and T. for Castro aloft and said thanks a lot for the question Booker ignored it Williamson Mary and Williamson this is really surprising right the the woman who's all about magic crystals love hogs mystic powers Caribbean in those whatever it is said I am not denouncing any body really and then Schiller brand remarkably in this I'd love your take on this and the numbers eight three three three three four six seven five two senator Joe brown said I don't know what a and T. for is are we supposed to believe that this person wants to be president then I the is a lying to your face she knows what's going on in Portland she knows what happened at that ice facility that terrorist attack that attempted attack well it was an attack but they they shot him to death before he could detonate his his I. E. D. but she doesn't know that the Kurds full what's the other possibility she knows and she thinks your that dom she is so arrogant she has such an ego she's so what is the phrase they love to use in tight told that she thinks she can get away all the camera with saying and T. for I have no idea what that is so the people who actually denounced it Biden Yang Insley delay Anne and Gabbard every single other person on that video on that audio track ignored the question Olaf that it like Castro did or said something that is absolutely not believable I don't know what a and T. for his full set I am not in denouncing anybody Mary Ann Williams despicable we have a special guest in this out coming up next.

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"williamson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:01 min | 11 months 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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"williamson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Nyein Williamson pretty much a guaranteed the number one, pick in tonight's draft. If wants to keep his job, and not head back to NBA, TV, Shannon. When you look at this young man's future, do you see him becoming a superstar astore or just a starter say, as I am with a little bit book, Pippi Lou mobile about this ill day? Skip. I know you're going to be upset, but I'm sorry. I see him as a star. Like in the middle somewhere. Yes, I think you'll be a good player skip. He's getting. Vince I followed the NBA, and I go back to magic magic rookie year coming forward that's been forty years skill. Only two people have gone, this kind of attention that I can recall Magic Johnson. Lebron James and Zion Williamson. Skip, I do not see him as those guys do I think he can be good. Yes. But I don't see that. I'm sorry. The outside shot is a set shot. It works if he's wide open. I mean everybody keeps telling me that Ben Simmons is going to develop a shot. I haven't seen it yet. Microcosm away was supposed to develop one of those Michael Kim grill, Kurds. Now I'm not saying they're talented Zion, but developing shot is not as easily. Oh, just develop that that was the case he to build he'd be you pull owns. But that's not what he is. So just keep the paint. I just don't see superstars give do I believe he could be an all star. Yeah. He could be an all stock. But that saying much rookie. I don't know if you'll be an all star his rookie year. I went back and checked it out. Since two thousand they've only been two guys to make the all star team rookies Blake Griffin was not one of Blake Griffin but that's an assery because he was drafted in no nine he didn't play any made it in twenty ten in y'all mean. Okay. In one country, they have a quarter of the population of the world. Let's just say they may have stuff the about. I'm not saying that's what happened. There's a possibility. So for me skip, yes. He's gonna have some highlight reel, dunks. He'll probably block a shot like LeBron data in game seven of the NBA finals. He would do things that will grab your attention, but to be when I'm thinking with the high this kid has, yeah. He's gotta be Magic Johnson. He has to be LeBron James because that's the caliber attention to kinda height is surrounding him. Yet you can't compare into magic as a basketball player and you certainly can't compare him to LeBron as a basketball player. His skill set. Which is why I can't compare him to anybody. I have been covering this game as you know, since the mid nineteen seventies. When I covered the Lakers pre Magic Johnson..

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"williamson" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on FT Politics

"Welcome to politics, a Wiki discussion on what's happening Westminster from the financial times. I'm Sebastian pain. This week will be discussing the dramatic sacking of Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson the first Cowdery booted out for leaking in living memory, plus James blitz will be discussing the local elections, oats. I wanna tells us about the state of the political nation. I'm delighted to be joined by off. It's got it to George Pokka defense security edited David bond columnist Robert shrimps, the deputy pantomine degreen political cost lower Hughes, and we apologize in advance for slightly crackly podcast this week the T in its final few weeks at a home on. So the bridge soon to move to a shiny, new building black and house. So if you can bear with us with the order quality will be back to normal soon. Thank you for joining. And if you find chef liking this episode after politics, then subscribe or leaves a postive view and will be very grateful on Wednesday. Good evening and Email dropped into the inbox of Westminster's journalists. It was a curt letter from Theresa May to govern Williamson and nounce that he has been some rarely sacked from the cabinet following an inquiry into the unprecedented leak from the national Security Council. The prime minister had lost trust and faith in the Defense Secretary. But he has refused to go quietly. Mr. Williamson has sworn on the lives of his children that he was not responsible for the leak about Hawaii's involvement in the UK five G network. But will we find out whether he was responsible so David bond, we were sitting here last week talking about this leaking quasi on weather, and who might be responsible. And we never thought that we would get to the bottom of it. Because these leaking quite happen. All the time in why toll under snow me too, many people with access to the privileged information to point of finger to SEIs ity to say this person was to blame. But clearly in this situation to ISA may has come to the conclusion that was no. No other viable explanation. It had to miss the Williamson. And even if he denies it. She lost faith, and that was it. Yes. Absolutely. And while lots of people at the time of the leak would pointing the finger at Gavin Williamson in a sense, he wasn't a surprise to emerges the potential coporate here with that. Of course, he does deny it. I think it tells you just how seriously it was being treated inside number ten and by the cabinet secretary Simone said will. And I think there's a reason why it was being treated so seriously and nice because it was a leak from the national Security Council. You know, we've used to leaks of cabinet many times over the years, but this felt like a different level of seriousness around that. So some said we're really wanted to make sure that he investigated thoroughly in someone pay the price. So love shames d we know that to east main met with Mr. Williamson at five PM yesterday. And she put forward this evidence to him and the key bit. The Abbas has pointed the finger towards Mr. Williamson's eleven minute phone call between him and the journalist on the daily. Allographs who wrote the story, and Mr. Williamson has said that phone call was about other matters. We can speculate what might be. But really nobody knows a puff from him and the journalist, and he is completely denied that was what was discussed on that phone. Call after half an hour of backwards and forwards with the PM, essentially, she said that he hadn't engaged with the Enquirer. There was no explanation must have been ham..

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"williamson" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"We living in an it's flown their moment and the American people are not stupid. We're not children where dolts, but we're treated by the political system like children talked to children, and I think that this campaign is an adult campaign, and I'm submitting to the American people a campaign based not just on what I can do for you. But also what together we can do for our country and what we can do for the world. And I think these are Sooners times, and it to Mansi attention of serious people and everybody has it within us to be serious. Sarah for the left and Beth from the right? You're listening to sue politics. They're shouting. No insults. Plenty of months. So cited today to share with you our conversation with democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson before we do couple of announcements we're going to be discussing our book, I think you're wrong. But I'm listening guide to grace filled political conversation at Florence Christian church. My home church on April twenty seventh. It would warm my heart to see many of you there with the link about that in the show notes. Also our interview with Angie, Brown Elkin. At Chad allergy is up. She was a little trepidation about talking politics on our podcast. So actually, I feel like her trepidation led to a really good conversation. So check that I think so too. And we know that everyone is thinking about the mullet report today, I am live tweeting. My read of the Miller report that is the thing we hear at Panzi politics are committed to reading the thing ourselves before we talk about it, and it's four hundred pages long. So we're going to get on that. And we'll be back here Tuesday discussing it in full. And if you would like some on the spot analysis, you can go to patriot and become a supporter tha that receives the nightly nuance, and you can follow my little Twitter thread. So we want to warn you before we head into this conversation with Marianne Williamson that we had a pretty intense discussion of addiction that encompassed suicide and just want to let you know that that's coming. So if you don't wanna hear that part of the conversation when I asked her about addiction, he might just skip ahead a little bit. But I think it's important. And I think it's indicative of how she thinks and approaches things I will just read to you for Marion's bio, if you don't know her work, I'm really sorry. But you don't it's amazing. But I'm glad you're being introduced to her today, and she says about herself spiritual audiences haven't always been happy with my political activism and political audiences haven't always been happy with my spiritual convictions. But the combination of the two is who I am my career has not been a traditional. One, but it has been successful. I have been teacher of transformational wisdom a successful businesswoman. And political activist. I have counseled leaders ranging from business to culture to politics. I have been blessed to participate in many non-profit activities and speaking for various charitable causes over the years in two thousand fourteen I ran for congress in Los Angeles came in fourth out of field of sixteen and a jungle primary LA district thirty three ended up with the venerable blue in that position. So I consider it an all's well that ends well experience in my life and that generosity of spirit. You'll hear in this conversation Marianne has published twelve books and her newest book politics of love will be out soon. Without further ado, we are just alighted to share Marianne Williamson with you. We are so thrilled to be joined by Marianne Williamson bestselling author leader someone we both have listened to and just been guided by. In our lives for so long. And we are so excited to have you here today as a presidential candidate. I would say that as someone who's a longtime like I said follower of yours and of your work. I have to tell you that, you know, you have one of the the more unique biographies, I think of a very crowded presidential field. But I will tell you when we started talking about you with regards to politics is when you did an interview with Google podcast. And as someone who's been listening to your voice and listening to your words for so long..

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"williamson" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"City bet. Eight. Let's do it man. I'm just Williamson. This is white. Bird. Today's guest them sessions at Madeira house is the very charming techs musician. Jess Williamson. She released a new album this year, her first on excellent label Mexican summer. It's called cosmic wink. And she recorded at during a state of flux while she was moving from Texas to l. a. I should tell us right after this. Kinky. She king. So do I. Jeez. Oh. This is no Massoudi. Clipped we. Jeez. Scene. This is no city. Eighteen. Mr. Soon. just Williamson welcomes the sessions at majoria Sankey things are all pleasure. Now you rate your album, cosmic, wink, and a transitional phase jury your life. Maybe explain to us a bit about the circumstances this was written in. Yeah, so I am. I was going through a lot of changes and moved away from Texas. I moved to Los Angeles. I also fell in love in a really big way in a way that felt pretty life changing. Those were the two major things that were happening on first Rainer at the album. And then also right before we started recording my dog died my beloved animal companion Frankie. And so it was this really interesting thing because I. As Ryan the album and I'm falling in love so deeply and living in this new environment are seeing that she was fading, you know, and so are starting to think a lot about the passage of time and even just her face, like the graying of the for her is was reflecting back to me in this really tangible way the passing of time and something about being in love and this huge way and thinking a lot about time influenced ause on the Elbe. I'm kind of posse of time thing is something that you find quite intimidating, or is it something that Spurs you on to carry on making music d thing? Both. Yeah. Yeah. I often think about how we have such little time in our lives. So you make a count and work really hard and go for the things you really want for sure. But like, you know, there's. Like a song on the album. That's a little bit. I see the white as the song. It's like a little bit throwing a tantrum about time. You know, like being mad that there's not enough time. There's a few songs that deal with that on the room. Yeah, I engage with this in a number of ways from being like a childish angry kid about it to letting it be a motivation and an inspiration runs the gamut. And this whole kind of writing in a state of flux when things are changing in your life, do you find an easier point to write music from? I mean, music kind of ground you again, when you're in between times perhaps I've found that it's the songs come from different places. Like I long as I've been writing songs started out that I only write songs if I was really sad in heartbroken, not find inspiration from that, and it was this release. But then with this last album, I found that I was really happy for the most part and feeling a lot of love. And so I, I wasn't a transitional place being new town in. So I treated writing music like my day job, and I just woke up every morning and started writing no matter what you divide in having spray Shen treated at like a real practice. It became a practice is the first time my life had been able to do that proper nine to five. Yes, yes, because I was nude. Away at a lot of people yet. I didn't have like normal job at the time. You know, I've been saving to make that possible and it was yes, we're somewhere I, I really was able to live like an artist and this way always wanted and treat it like my job. Yeah, this one's called awakening baby. Today.

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"williamson" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"williamson" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Within the Israeli government sunken. Mr. Williamson who seems to say, you know, wanted black. Radio..

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