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"zuri" Discussed on The Viall Files
"I mean for so many reasons but this just looking at the episode no final date now so there all right rachel see now by the way. Put this gown on. Yeah yeah it was very sad. I mean by then. I was like cool so no one's getting engaged. There will be no proposal. Mad is going to gently. Let her down in the engagement department. And then they'll be in a relationship. Yeah you could really see rachel's brain working for. She's like that. I win what. I don't know it was so unclear. Could tell you don't. I don't know like finally i want to keep this she. It was a very bizarre ending So that was that was super weird but let let's get into af far. It was overall tough. Watch johnny reasons one. Because there is i mean. What's new is there's no. The pandemic has no studio audience. Right thing interesting reshi it. Just how it was gonna be an uncomfortable conversation. A tough watch given the context of the conversation. But when you don't have a studio audience now how to wait this very you know. They made sense why they added like a soundtrack at moment and moments. But even that made it feel really. I didn't love that. But i get why they did that. Because the soundtrack level of in It not being authentic because it just reminded me of the tv show that you knew right right. Yeah no i. I would agree. I think it why. I'm saying this is just so quiet. It's still tv at the end of the day and just watching two to three people talk and otherwise dead silence for as long as episode win i just think from a production standpoint. Robbie wasn't ideal but yeah not having an audience definitely made it harder to watch. So what were your thoughts. I mean what. I guess. I want to start by. What were your thoughts going into the f. are and what were your expectations as a woman of color. Did you look at it in a different lands. Like what did you have expectations going in. And then what were your thoughts about the episode itself. I didn't have any expectations. But i certainly had hopes of what happened. i'll be honest. One of those hopes was mckay even slightly expected it. I thought maybe it would happen. But that chris would pop up right that there may be a an uncomfortable conversation with a black man. You no pun intended in a manual and chris would sit down maybe at the end of the episode or or somewhere and just kind of navigate. Begin public conversation about a controversy. That in this situation started publicly I just felt like that would be a really great opportunity to kind of build on the interview. You know where he went on and apologize and kind of talk about it. What what's the work. we're doing here. what am i learning. What are these epiphanies. Thought that would've been nice to see. And i thought that maybe they would have done that so i was surprised honestly when i didn't see him at all i agree. I i asked a couple producers like did you guys ever think about that because seems like to your point. Kind of obvious yes right. Yeah emmanuel his whole brand having uncomfortable conversations is chris. Who's you know made this mistake. He you know He has apologized but has talked about the work in these situations and rightfully so a lot of people. Wanna say okay. You apologized you're learning. What have you learned but we want to hear it and we want to hear it in a conversation. You know there are a lot of the interview It was what it was. I think i'm surprised. You know even like publicists like these. Short form interviews. That are highly edited. Cut up is is is. Is that the way to get your message across anymore at. I think a lot of people thought the interview fell very flat. I mean yeah. And i i looked at it. It's like i mean what. What what could chris have said for to be like. You know what we believe him here and i don't know if he could have in that and so to your report it would've. I would've loved to see him. Sit down with a manual and have a manual asking. Some very pointed questions that he asked rachel that he had asked and see what chris had to say and ultimately. I don't know if that was presented to chris or not. It didn't happen now whether that's far or maybe we see it in a different platform. Maybe on manual show. But you would think would be the move for chris right right and while i would love if he may be sat down on a manual show it. Just kind of is a bummer. Because it's a part of this conversation right. It's a part of bachelor nation and the bachelor audience. And so i would have loved for the franchise to bring that conversation to the audience to hear that and understand that the reverse where chris goes on a manual show and maybe has you know a sit down on his youtube series. I think that would be great. I definitely think now he should do it. But then it's it's a it's almost like the the heavy lifting the conversation that self work is outsourced to emmanuel's platform we've done what we are gonna do in the franchise when it comes to this. If y'all wanna do deeper or go talk about it over there. I'm just saying optically. That's what it might. I'm not implying that you know. I know i agree. I mean it's it's an opportunity opportunity and because there are. There are still a lot of conversations and more debates. And unfortunately the the chris harrison situation. I guess we can. Oh that's what we call it. Has it's credit even greater divide. It feels political. And to your point that chris coming out and having this conversation with emmanuel could have been almost a healing opportunity and chris reinforcing to his supporters. You can support me without Feeling you're against anyone else..
"zuri" Discussed on The Viall Files
"Been actually. Yeah december twelve invites in the mail. Baby is later in two years later. And so that's why again. That's not a criticism to vanessa. I'm assuming she feels that exact same way about me but you know maybe that silly. I mean no. I hate to say this for neal land because who knows. Maybe there won't be a neal lane moment. Going for maybe engagements won't be is important to this show success as before because now he could be a therapist. Now it's okay 'cause now he's a love their dr lane neal's stays got like extended like beats where he's like. Tell me tell me about your love. Let's she got gonna tell me everything i says. That whole conversation was like. Hey matt i know you don't wanna get engaged but we have a contract with the also. I'm going to need to do. Use the pear shape right. It's taken tough style. The pear shape Let's let's break down the episode of before we get in the af are i mean You know what can what more can we say about michelle. A than. She really is america's sweetheart every time. She is on the screen. You're just like got your endearing. Gosh sandra bullock a bachelor nation room. that's taito. She was just so open and emotional in a very genuine way. She stunning and just so smart. And i'm just god you just want her to win you just really root for her and i was surprised wait are we're not doing that yet though right trying to stay in change. It's fun. whatever if you've already messed up and there's gonna be a lot of all over the place in the af are episode. I was surprised when she said that she just asked for a couple of minutes to speak with matt for closure in that. He denied that request. I that was news. Man was news and so we met said that. When i'm sorry when michelle said that my first reaction was. Did that really happen right. And what i mean by that really happened. I i wondered if i had. I believed michelle's point of view. But it's entirely possible. And i love my producer. Fred's it's entirely possible. She asked the producers talked to matt and they told her meadows and maybe maybe they didn't present to them at now. I'm convinced they did because he apologized to apologize. They aired that. That wasn't live. I can't imagine the show would put them on blast if it was not true. Yeah so in that world those thing because it was such like damn you said no right right because i've been in that position and that didn't i was surprised i feel like i would have been like. Yeah sure i'm not gonna lie. It felt a little off brand for the matt. We know in love nicely man has been so this is an. I'm gonna just let you thank you for sharing taken. Thank you for. I want you to share sharing. And he didn't want michelle the share anymore. Yeah yeah it made me wonder. I have no idea This is purely speculative but if it was one of those things where he does needed to compartmentalize and that was already difficult and he didn't want to go back there because he had to focus on this rachel thing or if yeah i guess that's really it. I mean there's a couple reasons why you should get fixed. What we have essential workers that i have always been essential and specifically our healthcare workers fighting the good fight especially when it comes to covid but even when we're not dealing with a world pandemic our healthcare workers are great people and we wanna look good. It look fashionable be stylish. So let's comfortable be with up their game with some stylish figs just you know. I'm currently dating a lovely woman. Who's in the healthcare as well and she is a good samaritan and she wears figs. She steals my figs. She loves the figs. she's also a fashion icon. I like to think of her that way and she she vouches for figs. I got her and she was like. You're the best boyfriend of all time. Also we like to role play. And i like to dress up and play doctor and that makes it fun. Fresh air with those shares. If you wanna role play also look like a smart person at the grocery store. Get your fix now or just support the healthcare workers and your life things has brought scrubs to the twenty first century by creating scrubs with a focus on design function and comfort. They got some technical shit right. It's awesome it wicks away moisture anti-wrinkle. It's ridiculously soft.
"zuri" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent
"Whoa do we all start on the same playing field like yes. We are different and we are equal but we born the same way like. That's the way beverage comes in the privilege aspect challenging the of equality is what is starting this new era fighting over identity politics out with equality and equity. I don't know do with that. The problem i think is that they If you take the color ryan approach completely than that just serves to enshrine whatever inequalities exist under the status quo problem i think with the left is they've abandoned the colorblind or identity as an afterthought approach even as an ideal they don't even strive towards that anymore but zuri i guess throwing to you. What's the right middle ground. What's how do you address both factors without falling into the trap. That far left and far right seemed to have found themselves in on this one. Yeah and definitely analyzing. I feel like a lot of times. A lot of people present policy solutions of but they don't do the work of looking back to see its effect and sale and that's kind of a larger government issue. How often do we go back and look at laws in c or even programs or departments. How often do you look and see what the actual impact of those were In how often can we say. Actually it's time to do something different or it's time to pass a law to kind of make a for the wrong and it is funny that you mentioned the reagan years because as we know like those were the years when the war on drugs really ramped up in. There were a lot of black americans who were being disproportionately sent to prison Four judd possession even though possession rates amongst black americans white in white americans are very similar. see you in. Obviously that has a generational effect. They're actually a lot of people still in prison because of the decisions mean as under that administration and of course other administrations following it so that's definitely. It is hard to say that the the colorblind approach is the best approach. Because you see all the ways as was just stated that it kind of encapsulates whatever inequality is happening at the time and it just perpetuates this bad system and but definitely if there were some sort of analysis or if people particularly politicians were humble enough to say okay. We've learned about these different inequalities that need never considered before now house our legislation going next that provide for better legislation. obviously some of the best legislation is legislation. because like. I said some of the things that we talk about our cultural issues in. It's up to us to have this conversation. You're on them with others. I i just wanted to reset the table here. Real quick In case you forgot you are watching right now with stephen. Can't you can subscribe to us on youtube. Follow us on facebook. Instagram twitter at rightly..
Richard Shelby, longest-serving Alabama senator, won't seek re-election
"All trump got some possibly bad news today from eighty six year old republican senator richard shelby of alabama who announced that he will not run for reelection in two thousand twenty two. Which means that senator shelby who was first elected to the senate as a democrat before switching parties will not be facing any republican reelection pressure when he decides how to vote in the senate trial of donald trump. Here republican senator. Bill cassidy of louisiana with chuck. Todd yesterday you think me outcome is predetermined interpret. Yeah oh everybody no i. Don't i think it depends upon that. Which is presented journey are now mccaskill mccaskill former democratic senator from zuri john howman the host and executive producer of showtime's circus and host of the hell and high water podcast from the recount. Both are msnbc political analysts. Claire mccaskill Did you react the way. I did what i saw. Senator shelby announced today that He's not gonna have any reelection pressure on him when he's thinking about how to vote in this impeachment trial it. Yeah i i it was. We've got two categories of possible here by my count. We've got thirteen maybes. Which is a problem since we need seventeen and of those thirteen. There's two categories motors three categories one from purple. Stay to encourage and three. I'm getting outta here anyway. And i can afford to do the right thing and i would definitely put shelby in that last category. Watch him follow. Whatever mitch mcconnell. Us
"zuri" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Yes i think. That's how i prepared music. School was was me figuring out who. I was what i had to say in who i thought my here. It and just getting comfortable with owning that voice. Like i'm very well aware that sometimes because of my upbringing my perspective my differ a little bit from others but just owning miami owning who. I'm not has really been the key to sharing my story in a way that resonates with people. So that's what i. That's what i aim to do now. I we have more with zuri hall when we come back and make subscribe to zuri halls. Podcast hot happy mess on the black effect. Iheartradio podcast network and salute the most. In course okay. You know them for their brands like caused light. Miller light blue moon and busy seltzer where excited to be collaborating with brands. Like mostly caused on the black effect. Podcast network don't move. Is the breakfast club morning bothering everybody is. Dj envy. Angela ye shall guy we are breakfast. Club was so kicking. Zuri hall ye. I say you were talking about imposter syndrome. It's something that i've been discussing a lot lately too as a black woman entrepreneur. So i wanted to address that with you by imposter. Syndrome is and your thoughts on it. Imposter syndrome is just this idea that we don't belong right that okay. I've gotten into this room. I've gotten into this space. But i'm not supposed to be here at some point they gonna realize it doesn't matter of his job that you get if it's a social situation that you somehow end up in. Is this idea that you're an impostor and it is very often based on the the lies we tell ourselves you know. I said At a recent episode of how happy mez that we carry our insecurities into our opportunities. I have certainly done that In the past. I'm working on it. I do it much less now. Like even charlemagne like. I kind of opened up a little bit about this earlier in the year When i was at mtv like i felt a lot of that and it really starts to chip away not to set your confidence but as your performance. That's why you've come to and tv because instead of showing your true authentic self you start being what you think. The producer want saw. The ep wants. So you're not even being yourself so you're not giving your best performance. It's not you exactly and so your point which is so right. It comes into you. Also knowing who you are and so for me the mic was that journey. I didn't know who. I was outside of a high achieving high performing person until probably my late twenties early thirties and that was the first time that i had to sit with myself. And say okay. you have achieved. You've checked a lot of boxes but you're not as happy as you could be and go you kinda feel that if not impostor syndrome that who i need to be to thrive here and i stopped asking myself that question a few years ago and decided i am who i am so let me go find and seek out opportunities. That helps serve that in that. Celebrate bad so what are my core values. What do i prioritize. Who am i proud to be. I'm proud to be joe's and valencia's daughter. I'm proud of the ohio girl. That i am and i want to be in spaces where i can be that. I don't have to play that down. And it made me realize i was going to have to say no to a lot of stuff and i was going to have to walk away from things but what i walked into more purpose and peace because i was no longer showing up for people who drained me for shows. That didn't inspire me as i. I was just happier in that resonates shows on camera and shows on screen. Got you to that point was therapists. Was it a friend. What got you to that point where you felt like i can free and it was therapy and it was being so miserable that i couldn't take it anymore. I was an agenda that for a long time i had loved a lab but i got to a certain point where i was crying every day. I was exhausted. I didn't feel appreciate. I didn't feel understood. It was like the things that i brought to the table. Were no longer a priority in those spaces in certain spaces. And that's okay. But i was still trying to show up as whatever that new thing was. That new energy was that they wanted. And at a certain point. I was like i don't wanna have to be anything other van. I then what i am. And i am so miserable faking it but i would rather do nothing then. Keep doing this in the way. That i am so being that fed up that i had to seek a change in in through therapy i was able to realize what are my core values integrity family work ethic. I appreciate being in spaces where hard work is appreciated and celebrated And so as i realized who i was i could realize what i needed to be doing and who i needed to be doing it with and that was really the key to it all throughout you. So what happened after college. What was the first gig out of college. I guess those every time you answer you ask a question typically because it always seems so chill at first and then i have the bad habit of taking the bay like anytime. I'm really if i just go. Hi for the first week after because built matched. My mom is calling me. Like i didn't know that you did not pay podcast of the day. Somebody was like her. First guests going to be uncircumcised. Circumscribe please please please leagues an inside joke. Know after after college after college. I i wanna competition to be the face of a local. Tv station in indianapolis and then that was my baptism by fire. So it was a top twenty five market. I learned how to edit what age had shoot footage myself. I learned how to produce for the first time. And that i. I really credit to my career because i learned how to be more than a talking head. I was telling stories as producing them. Start to finish. I was pitching stories in the newsroom. and then i just kinda climbed the local news market so i was in dayton for a while. I was anchoring. The evening news in dallas texas. And i was the weathergirl there too so that was a little bit bizarre and then i moved to new york. My goal was national by twenty five. And then that happened. I got my first job offer for a cable channel. It was used at the time and twenty four job for fu's yeah went to europe reviews and then i was there for a year and then. Mtv was interested. Though i went over. I headed over to tv and then the rest is history. E. news came after that moved to. La never looked back. When i saw zuri at mtv having conversations with zoya. I'm like yo. That's why i want to be. The host of commonsense and missouri actually shot the pilot together for uncommon sense. And then she did what episode and they go to eat now. That is not how it is. It is technically. How would that. Actually i was outta poignant. Mtv i what am i doing like what am i. What is for me here. You know looking for that space and then what kinda kills me was The mtv to opportunity came on the scene. I met you You were really advocating for me. And i so appreciate it and i was like. Oh my gosh. I'm making headway here at mtv. And it feels really good but by that point i had already been planting the la thieves. And then as soon as i was getting excited about staying in new york doing common sense and being with mtv even like are you sure you not here. And i was like that was always my next goal so it came a few years earlier than i had expected. So.
"zuri" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"The breakfast club. Wendy williams confirm yesterday during the wendy williams so that her mother shirley williams did pass away beautifully and peacefully. Here's what she said attention to all of my bosses. I am wearing very long shorts underneath. It's just that in the name of my mother because my mother she's like wendy got him their long you shell them see also talked me into picking out this outfit today. She's also died. My mom passed away many nanny many weeks ago. She passed away beautiful and peacefully recipes to charlotte. Absolutely mom's been on the show several times so we we've seen among us this whole williams family absolutely. I read a nightclub in. Ohio was cited for violating covid. Nineteen health orders. They said there were about five hundred people there attending an indoor trey songz concert so now they have been sighted. They said the venue had no physical barriers in place. To encourage social distancing most employees and patrons were not wearing masks according to a statement trend in this morning. That's what he was trying to. I guess so An addition to this. Let's talk about james harden. Now he missed practice on sunday and they said that was because of covid nineteen protocols They did expect him to be doing an individual workout in the evening but there was video that emerged over the weekend. This shows james harden allegedly at a strip club earned right. He also was spotted a little babies birthday party where he gave him two thousand dollars cash you give them watch and the head coach Had this to say about him not being a practice he did not attend. They said he is expected to participate in an individual workout later tonight. They said that the nba corona virus protocol prevented him from joining the teams. I group practice and coach. I want him here. And i went on to be a big part of what we're doing your los group close but i don't think that's essential That's a that's an essential gathering spot during a time like this thing. He wants to be traded house anymore. But even the you're not. You're not showing that you know you're responsible if you leave practice to go to damn script clo- pandemic i just don't think he wants to be there. Jeez that's what it seems like. Now there's a premium platform for adult models. Called is my girl and over the weekend. They are saying that they went to help out with james harden so he can stay out of this club perhaps beyond this website and partner with them to help keep players away from clubs instagram models. So they saying that. Use the website instead of going to the strip club. You'd be it looks like he's wearing his mask around his chin. Anyway trouble include bonds with james harden all right and that is your room a report from patients next. We'll be talking about. We are going to address a story that we had discussed. I saw attorney ben. Crump post this at first and this was about casey goodson junior and columbus ohio. He was shot and killed entering his own home by police officer mead and his mother tamla pain and his attorney her attorney shawn watson will be joining us to discuss the case and give us the details that we may not know and put everything together and we wanna make sure we amplify her story and help her get justice for her son who was only twenty three years. Old page. news is next breakfast. Gamonal morning everybody is. Dj envy. angela ye shall. I mean the guy. We ought to breakfast club was getting some front page news now in sports surprisingly to washington football team. Beat the steelers. Twenty three seventeen in buffalo bills. Beat the forty niners. Thirty four twenty four. What else we got eat. But the newly-elected los angeles county district attorney. George gascon announced criminal justice reform plans as he was sworn into office. So now is agenda is ending cast bill for certain minor offenses. The death penalty no more death penalty and a practice of charging juveniles as adults. So that seems like some Big great changes. He said. These are changes that will enable us to actually affect that truly vulnerable also. Dj envious so disrespectful. Because he said nothing about my dallas cowboys playing the baltimore ravens Today okay. nobody cares. Eight oh five. Pm somebody cares about that. Disrespect of all talked to senior executive. At iheart damn cowgirls you raise your voice at a senior executive at iheart eight this guy all right now and this is such a huge story today. The united kingdom has become the first western nation to start vaccinating its citizens with the covid nineteen shot that is not a clinical trial so ninety year old margaret. Keane is the first person who got the first of two doses and that happened this morning. Are you all planning to take this vaccine No not i. You know what i mean. I'll i'll wait awhile juggle. I worked the bugs out. I mean yeah. I'm gonna take it but i mean i. I got time because they're going to do that. The healthcare workers. I ain't going to do the elderly first. And then they'll do essential workers and then made by that time. yes. I'll take it even though i was talking to one of my oggi's And one emoji said to me hell. You'd fruit loops the owner of the health and fruit loops g data. Ramon point the chris rock. I right now. President elect joe biden has selected army. General austin retired army general. Lloyd austin the former commander of us central command to be his secretary of defense. Now this gets confirmed by the senate. He would be the first black man to lead the department of defense. I know the macro. Don't like that one. Black man leading the military lord have mercy that is gonna make maga- people's heads explode. God now listen the. Us has reported as high as number of covid nineteen deaths in a week since april. So the united states is nearing fifteen million reported covid nineteen infections. It's adding case numbers at its fastest rate ever and they're trying to ramp up vaccine protocols as well so Any you know a lot of people are saying. This is due to the holidays. People gathering together for the holidays. You know we have more holidays coming up so just warning. Everybody got to be careful. What's the guy's name again. That's headed moser. Wasn't it His name is i think. Lloyd austin lloyd austin now. Do we give mega people from mission to call him. To see in regards to the military air were but he is the head in charge. Can you say negro negro in charge of the military's american comedy right now. Donald trump is expected to sign an executive order today. That's aimed at prioritizing the shipment of the coronavirus vaccine to americans before other nations according to these senior administration officials. Yes the look within the uk. Just do it. I mean yeah but i guess. He wants us to be prioritize. I don't know how that works. I don't know how that works. But yes you gotta have your name out. There still has a job to do doug january. That's why you know everybody live not out of the woods yet. I right well. That is your front page news. All right thank you. Miss ye Now when we come back we will. We reported the story yesterday or front. Page news about a casey of believers lameness pain. Casey pay now. Casey goodson goodson. He was killed by police in when we come back. We're going to have his mom tamila pain. And her attorney. sean walton. talk about the case. What's happening and give it some light so very important Tell our listeners Brace yourself with trauma correct. You know what i'm saying. Brace yourself trauma importance jerry. And i tell everybody if you're not if you have people around you that are listening right now to everybody to turn on your radio and hear because this is so important and we really need to hear the story of what's happening and we need you guys to be active so traumatised home and say all right.
"zuri" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"I mean doll number cool. But you mean though you'll hit the blow which you mean though you'll never had clogging number going is What the look around your liar. You always been a liar. You'd never shot a gun in your life right. Someone's never sold any dope. Stop it. you're you could tell the new york man child every man you'll be actually played the song i requested yesterday. Man john was that trevor. Why what yeah jiggle. What man. I was like the first join at the top of the people's choice like old smell like math prize. No i'm glad he finally played a request with somebody after ten years to call me. I'm glad you've played it for you bro. Thank you. I appreciate it man. I really want to tell you. I really did appreciate that. Man and south angel ian. Glad you're back in the studio 'cause you know we kind of like You know you're going out or whatever comes to work get ready for no out. Get off your chest. 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Richardson and between encouraging people to like invest in their 401k's i believe that's what i heard financial therapists myself A lot of people don't know that fulham on caves are like a secret Partnership with the government and the government's never our friends so We've been helping people roll their money over from 401k's 'cause cova hit a lot of people took math of his into their plan and a lot of people don't know what they're investing into they do it but i don't know if she knows that because we've been educating people who've been in business for like thirty plus years lost a few businesses dudakovic's but now we're like them so that they can cover all their their. I call it a cya. Kobe in athens uncovered acids and each assets. That's wow now. I in ask their financial question about that. Then because i know a lot of times people are encouraged you to invest in the 401k. Because your company if your company doesn't match and then the second question i have is a good idea to take that money out when it's down so this fourth of life and that's what we go around and teach people because there's a fourth tank. There's a lifetime income safe where you can You make a lot of money in our lifetime just graduated from college and whatever the case may be so yeah the matches good. We always tell people do the match. Don't go above your match because you're pretty much given free money to the government and tax frame right now is like what you percents. Thirty seven percent. I believe so that they wanna take fifty percent they can and there's nothing to do so people depend on. How much is in your on k. You can roll it over and take no hip. That's called the ten thirty five exchange so you can move that over there the men. You don't get penalized. Drinking damn damn hung up on her. What i you hung up because Wow no wonder competing with lynne. Richardson limited was in was kinda wrong. Some of the things he said sa-. Hello who's this day from maryland. Hi how are you sir. i'm good. How are you nasty black and highly favored what's happening. What's going on First of all. I wanted to congratulate you all for two years like you three and also like great job and thank you for doing everything that you do. I wanted to ask envy about real estate. How did you get into it. And what making I wanted to get out of my mama's house My dad's a police officer. He's a retired police officer and his rules are very strict. And i wanted to get out So i save my money and bought a house that was like an hour and forty minutes from my job but at least i had a home and After falling asleep a couple of times driving home Decided to sell the house after. Like four or five months and when i sold the house i made like a hundred grand in those four or five months and then i just started buying houses and flipping them. what about. how did i get into real estate. I mean i. I bought my first house like six and a half years ago. A two family house. So that i will have some income coming in to help. Pay the mortgage. Then i boy three different properties in detroit. And then i boy a couple more properties in brooklyn as investments. How how old are you twenty. one day. We'll now's the time about my first home at twenty two years old. I bought my first property at twenty two. Thank you the time. 'cause money's the time money's cheap that means the interest rates are very low at the lowest we've ever seen is like two point seven. Get two point. Six between two point six and two point eight so that means money is low. I made you. They're not charging that much interest. Remember the things charlemagne for enemy book last week. And i wanted to add any eat when you've got to air out people on air out people because he's a snitch. Snitch is due car lot. Yes i love you to the real. Reason is charlemagne toll. Six nine he would do something him so. I'm hoping that one day he'll do that to me. That's gonna keeps me okay. Okay you got It's called a mask. Get it off your chest. You temperature eight hundred five eight five one zero five one if you need to vent naive we on the way he asked. And let's talk about james. Apparently he missed practice and they're saying he was at the strip club and maybe some good will come out of this though because now they're offering services to him from an adult webcam service would play with houston. I thought he was getting. If you skip practice to go to the club you try and your heart is to catch my goodness all right. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five zero five. One room is on the way. So don't move. Is the breakfast club. Immonen was up everybody. This is maury povich and happy ten year anniversary to the breakfast club. I mean ten years urban radio. It's a tough gig and to survive that long. The breakfast club morning everybody is. Tj envy a angela. ye shall. I mean the guy. We are breakfast club. Let's get some rumors. Let's talk wendy williams win. This is on.
"zuri" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Replacing phil phil griffin. But i'm glad to see rashid in position. Yeah now i was actually reading. Why she was talking. Said they might be shutting new york city down indoor dining and i was seeing if they were doing the same for jersey which affect a lot of businesses so murphy said that he's not thinking about shutting down right now unless he's Let's see the cases actually rise from the indoor dining next five days. That could be happening. Here that's what i was reading. Outdoor dining isn't really outdoor dining. Because all they do is build stuff turnaround anyway. Yeah they built stuff outside just to sit in this weird. I don't. I'm like why is the same thing is still closed base. I it's gonna. It's gonna if they'd decided to close new york city down those businesses like they did l. a. or like they did a lot of those businesses won't be able to come back because they still have to pay rent still trying to pay his staff it just i i just pray for those. Those small businesses the big businesses. They'll get big lows. They'll get big grants they'll get money from the government but a lot of those small businesses that never be able to survive a lot of your favorite restaurants lot of your favorite stores. It's a tough one. Government is trash because you know they could put out stimulus checks small business loans to keep these people afloat but they're not very much. I saw something. Yesterday was like billions almost trillion dollar. Then only like six percent went to actual small businesses or something like that and there's bailout or maybe less than that. I'm not six percent which ain't fair all right. Well that is a front page news. Get it off your chest. Eight hundred five eight five one zero five one. If you need to vent hit us up right now is the breakfast club. Good morning manchego vein. I want to say congratulations to bad santa shop main on the first day and that scares the breakfast club. 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With the right facts insights and information to move forward and make your world safer healthier and more equitable not just during this pandemic but whenever it ends to deserve to understand what goes on in your neighborhood when it comes to public health and you deserve the chance to be heard by the people who make decisions that will affect you and your family. That is where we come in. Contact world is now available on the iheartradio app. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Wake up your manner blends. We want to hear from you a breakfast. Hello this hero. Did trenton new jersey. Ambi charlemagne angelini outdoor. Thank you king. what's up get up. Get real quick first of all. Let me give your all to proxima has down doing our thing. I should be everything you're doing. Keep up the good work mass. Keep us keeping moving real quick envy. I'll be my wife and looking for a house Trying to be ignorant but we don't have much only like fifteen thousand saved up right now. But i don't know the bright channels to write grants. I can get so i won't get railroad or get the for lack of a better word bamboozle so best thing. I could've done since i've been listening in. Wisconsin did shoot a help me see what i can do to get this thing moving. Have you found the property yet. And how's your credit. We actually my wife. Credit is hard. Like seven seventy seven sixty montez like only well. My scores. one doesn't those and ninety eight. I'm gonna put you in my guy matt because as long as your credit score. Is that how you can get an fha loan which allows you to put between three and three point five percent down. So depending on the price of the house for instance if his three hundred thousand dollar house. I don't know how much money you have. You might have to put ten to fifteen thousand and there's a bunch of grants out there that that help you out a lot of times and even help you with the closing costs. I don't know him personally. But we have fifteen album weaker. Come up with additional if i needed to. Okay well you got enough. It just depends on what what size and how much you spend on the property. So let's say in a property between two fifteen three hundred. You're gonna be looking at put down about fifteen. No maybe a little more. We were just got to find a property. You wanna stay and you wanna up here closer to the city with transmitter banana. I want to ask me a little bit. And my area. Metro merced county area. I don't mind lawrence township princeton stan. Tom prempeh temperatures and stuff like that. I don't want to go too far north. Because i drive trucks i got. I wanna make sure i'm close to. I don't wanna do that region of work and not be father to my children. I got you well hold on. Stella i'll put you in my guy matt and hopefully he can help you out has been. He's been doing a lot for a lot of people these last couple of weeks so i. I don't know how what is scheduled. 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Transforming Clinical Trials with Digital Technology
"First. Let me congratulate you on the publication of your new book. The patient equation. Thank you like it was pretty exciting to see it in print. We're GONNA talk about clinical trials, your company Meta data, and the opportunities to capture data differently and reshape the way clinical trials are conducted. We're in this time where virtually everything we do is generating data. There's a proliferation of new means of capturing data in real time from a healthcare perspective. What's the opportunity before us to improve health and particularly the diagnosis and treatment of disease So I think that we've and somebody's Kobe nineteen is putting a magnifying glass on top of this but we've we practiced medicine pretty much since its inception by looking at data in very short little staccato timeframes. So you go to your doctor and you have your blood drawn on that particular day at that particular time You tell somebody how you were feeling that particular day at that particular time or at least try to recall how you were feeling for a period of time. But certainly wasn't something it was proactively measured. We we we get our gene sequenced and we find out what what actually happened at the moment of conception in terms of setting up our genetic future. Yes. Yes. In some diseases, obviously cancers is a perfect example, your genes. Do Mutate individual cells, but we're we're pretty much dealing with the same genes that we had over all our forty eight, forty, eight years ago. I've got today. So that is the context of thinking about what ails me, what is the right treatment for me and it's these little moments in time and I think your point about data Zuri will put its discount streaming around us everywhere, and whether it's the technology that's in our pocket or on a wrist or. Maybe things that are biologically more feasible to do not just from my know iphone perspective but can we start to monitor with medical grade sensors overtime or even just expand the dialogue with our doctors? So those conversations can happen anytime I think the big difference is that we're gonNA start to see these continuous where we actually see rate of change not just these single moments as part of how we think about diagnosing disease managing disease making sure people are getting the right treatments. That's a giant paradigm shift. That again, we've probably been waiting for literal millennia to have happened but I think we're about to to really live through that scales pretty exciting. You speak broadly in the book about the potential for data to transform healthcare I wanted to focus on clinical trials specifically. But before we do that, perhaps you can explain what metadata solutions does and as a way for listeners to understand your visibility into this world short I actually got extremely lucky in my career. If you go back twenty five years ago I thought I'd be researching one kind of cancer probably looking at maybe one gene in it. For the rest of my life and actually frustrated by the infrastructure that was available to run the research that I was doing. So how I would connect what we were doing in the laboratory with the records for patients who were volunteering to be in studies that we're working on a how he took that and turn it into something that we could publish from an academic perspective all that was very slow and cumbersome, and so with a few friends. Gins. Now, twenty five years goes when I was doing research about. Twenty years ago, twenty one years ago with friends we started what is now data and it really had the the mission of trying to help us get things from that laboratory stage into the hands of patients who are waiting for them by trying to connect all the people and all that data in a much more seamless way in a way that would allow us to accelerate the biological the medical revolutions that we were trying to power and terms of something that would really generate patient you simply put. We started connecting everybody over the Internet and we we started by connecting the professional. So people who were working scientists physicians. Statisticians that people in the life sciences, world and medical centers. Professionals Online. And this was back in the day when the only thing you could buy on Amazon Dot Com was a book. So kinda dates us a little bit but really if we can buy a book online, why can't we run our clinical trials online and and basically that's what we did fast forward twenty years and we realized a of course over the course of time that not only could be connected professionals, but we could connect the patients, and now I could we connect the patients who were volunteering to being these research projects, but we can actually connect the research projects. To each other as well. So everywhere there was a time barrier everywhere there was a systems barrier. We realized we could overcome that and create this kind of. Continuum, of data across everybody who had the same mission of getting new therapies into the marketplace, and that really has resulted instead of me being in the lab. Looking at one gene one cancer for the rest of my life. As I said getting very lucky and now I get to look at what's happening
State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation
"The State Department's Inspector General. I thought to be fired for investigating. The Secretary of State for assigning personal tasks to a department staffer also was investigating the approval of arms sale to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval officials from different congressional committees told NBC News. They believe Inspector General. Steve Clinic was fired in part for investigating Saudi arms sales that Congress had previously rejected house foreign affairs. Committee member Eliot Engel of New York. Confirm that investigation by late Monday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are demanding a more complete explanation for Lennox firing according to the hill. Senator Chuck Grassley Republican of Iowa sent a letter to the president on Monday. Senator Grassley reminded president trump. The law requires detailed explanations for dismissing departmental watchdog to ensure that inspectors. General are not removed for political reasons. President Trump said the claims the secretary of state potentially misuse of government resources are overblown and seeing to consider them acceptable. Even if they are true look he's a high quality person. Mike is very high quality Zuri brilliant guy and now I have you telling me about dog walk in washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader. Then have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid you know stupid. That sounds to the world unbelievable head to wash dishes because his wife wasn't there. The president also confirmed Monday. That secretary of State pompeo requested the dismissal of idealistic but did not directly address the issue of retaliation. President isn't there. At least an appearance of a conflict of interest of secretary. Pompeo is asking you to fire inspector. General's I don't I don't think so. I think maybe he thinks he's being treated unfairly again. He wanted to. He asked me if that would be possible. I said I'll do that. Your I think it should have been done a long time ago. Frankly and this is a man that has had some controversy. This inspector general but So again I don't know anything. I haven't even read much about him. I see that it's a little bit of a story not much of a story. 'cause everybody agrees that. I have the absolute right to fire. The Inspector General's secretary pay later dismissed the idea that his requests for the firing was in retaliation for links investigations into arms deals. And those errands saying quote. Because I simply don't know I'm not briefed on it. I usually see these investigations and final draft form. Twenty four hours forty eight hours before the is prepared to release them. So it's simply not possible for this to be an act of retaliation end of story says Secretary Pompeo the State Department's under-secretary for management told the Post that concern over linen had grown because of a quote pattern of unauthorized disclosures. Leaks to the news media about investigations. That were an early draft form. He added officials had no evidence. Linac was personally responsible for the leak so Casey Hud. There's a lot to unpack there. Let's go back to the arm sale though this was a year ago in. May when the president and secretary pompeo declared an emergency bypassing congress to sell about eight billion dollars worth of arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE and it drew condemnation by the way from Republicans not just from Democrats but there was bipartisan. Condemnation of this move and now it appears that inspector general was looking into that declaration of emergency. Yes that's what. Nbc News learned late yesterday when Chairman Angle confirmed that this investigation was going on that they were angry that essentially he had the president and Pompeo tried to circumvent Congress on this arm sales question this was something that there are a lot of. Republicans as you point out who are very invested in what was going on in that particular situation. And who opposed this move by the administration but let's not forget to put the firing of this inspector general in to kind of the broader context in pattern that we're seeing going on here. This is not the first time something like this has happened and the administration has already ignored the rules that they are supposed to follow when something like this happens in the case of Michael Atkinson in the intelligence community by not explaining to Congress within thirty days why they did it and so I think there's a question here as to whether the administration will do it in the case of the State Department. This has been something that has drawn as you pointed out. Bipartisan condemnation chuck. Grassley though senator from Iowa has been particularly focused on this but the reality is Congress's relatively toothless in this regard they can make these demands asking for more information but the laws are not necessarily written in a position. That's strong enough to let them make a real difference here. And what we're left with is kind of a government that is increasingly. Not being held accountable. Now how that lines up with the president's campaign promise to drain the swamp I will let our viewers decide but they seem to be at odds. Donald Trump talked about how incredibly stupid thing sounded at his press conference. And I agree Casey. I want you to listen to this clip. One more time and let's focus on the part where Donald Trump says that he doesn't want Mike Palm. Oh doing dishes if his wife isn't there take a look. Look he's a high quality person. Mike is a very high quality his brilliant guy and now I have you tell me about dog walking washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader than have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid stupid. That sounds to the world. Unbelievable quoting the president of the United States to you know Mr President how stupid that sounds to the world that in twenty twenty you say he needs State Department officials to washes dishes in case his wife. Isn't there
Houston - Officials confirm 2 presumptive positives in Brazoria County
"Zuri accounting is confirming its first two percent of positive corona corona virus cases judge Mike sebesta says that to live in the same household and were tested in Harris County Asian is ongoing that you're being interviewed as to who they come into contact so that those people can't be contacted the two individuals are adults they live in Alvin and did attend the livestock show and rodeo
"zuri" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Zuri James is the daughter of the one and only lebron James she's five years old and data well she's going to get our own YouTube channel and so we thought we would kind of kick it around is this okay well when you look at it and I can say this because I'm a youtuber have a half a million almost a half a million followers on you too they have created and you used to have done a really good job at this is creating a safe environment all for young people all you too bye mandating that pages at least mark that they their content is made specifically for kids or not so those measures to make it a slightly safer don't trust you to bow together you know as a parent you need to monitor its steel as if there's no restrictions on it they have done a pretty good job but this is a money making machine I live off for you too most of my income come from you too and I get these argue since it all the time because of the political stuff that I post what lebron James even though you don't need the money just imagine how many followers is cute dart is going to get just by listening to people you have to see the visual that is a cute little thing and it makes you want to just go on and follow her the pages to show some support yeah and we know that you too is a big money maker I ate this is a sad story but remember a couple months ago when our media is about six months ago maybe a year ago when the U. to bomb that was what we called she was arrested she ended up dying in custody but she was basically forcing her children to read scripts and to do certain things for you too because she was making millions of dollars off of that so here we've got lebron James who clearly doesn't need anymore money but he's setting up this YouTube channel for his daughter to do all things very so she'll be able to talk about things she likes so be videos of her doing things with the intent to not only start her personality out there but also to monetize it because there will be advertisers that will want to do this but my concern is she's five years old should we be pushing our kids or encouraging our kids to be on it you too and to have that social media presence now so you got to look at it in two ways is this a moral argument or just a monetary argument morally yeah you you're interjecting your children to something and they're getting this fame and popularity and they've been you know our our guests exposed to just numbers and views and and not have any real human interaction with other people as much as they could be but if you're looking at this financially this is a great move the future is social media the future is the internet and if you want to make money and you want to be your kids to be set up in a in a certain platform even if you're not famous this could be a good Avenue if your children are talented in some cases you know a for instance my son I'm a I'm a big you too but my son likes to do you too at some point I wouldn't mind him having a YouTube channel as long as I can monitor it because all you like to do is play video games if he's playing video games and I'm sitting there with him in our own he played video games with thirty minutes or something and he's doing commentary he could make millions of dollars off of it and you we've seen some of the YouTubers PT par they they got makes millions and millions of dollars by playing a video game this recording in doing commentary so it can be a good profitable investment if you monitor your children to make sure you're safe online and and that's a really good point you bring up because my son who's eight years old he loves a particular youtuber and the U. tumor is pressed in place and from what I've seen I don't watch every second that my son is watching it but he plays minecraft and then up in the top like left hand corner they'll be a camera on him as well so he's playing you see his face plane and then the rest of the screen is the actual game and he's narrating the game my son loves him I I call it their version of cartoons where I used to watch Scooby doo and loony tunes they watch other people play video games and so much so that he that's what he wanted for Christmas he wanted a hat he wanted to be any he wanted a sweatshirt he wanted the toys that the guy has been so he ended up getting knows and when he is playing video games now he constantly narrates everything he does so he's looking at these YouTubers as you know a a figure to look up to yeah in some cases that the are into my whole philosophy in in a lot of aspects of my life is turning your passion into a paycheck and even if your child is young like that if they're inspired to do that in a safe let him do it they may not make any money but if their passion about it they're going to show the vigor and are going to be consistent and if they do make money does does benefits for you mom you get that you know that you could write a wall college right right but here's another thing here's the scary thing and I think parents need to be aware it is although I did mentioned at the beginning that you two best put in safeguards it's not a hundred percent full proof I saw a video that was sent to my son that was kind of like a you tube it was actually on tick tock but it was you to talk to the same thing it was sent to my son in it it was like a very friendly child friendly little video in at the very end it was to me and doing some acts that I won't say on the radio so be mindful watch out for your children even if you let them online you need to be monitoring.
Being an Effective Documentation Unit Leader (DOCL)
"Hello between the slides listeners thank you for coming back and this episode we're going to focus on a less popular I guess I will say Titian unit is sometimes overlooked not stood up as it could be or should be and in the era of Charlottesville 's or Zuri all these big civil unrests or the aftermath if there's an incident management component at all to any of these mass shootings or other big events hurricanes and Puerto Rico oh and a great saying from healthcare and probably in legal community but from what I know in healthcare is if you didn't document it didn't happen right so the mutation unit is critical for any special event whether something goes wrong or not and certainly some incident response to help document what has happened and what should have happened what did it didn't happen and it can show gaps can shoot strikes and so the documentation your needs to be taken seriously if you're playing she vowed there make sure that either you're covering it you get staffed up to cover it I'll go over some details and how I'm going to do that is we're gonNA walk through the all hazardous in it management teams creation Interstate incident manager team called Vacation System Task Book that's the one that we're gonNA use that's the one that I've seen adopted most biohazard instant your teams in recent years there are different versions there's wildlife wildland versions there's previous El Hazard ones this is one is what will cover it I'm just gonNA cover the documentation unit specific portions of the rest of this task book is General Competencies for units in the planning section like leadership and communication and basically things and I'm not going to go over that in this episode we're going to focus specifically on some practical ways that I have or my colleagues and I have applied the task book tasks in the real world though is we get started focused on the task for the Documentation Unit leader book these specific stuff Let's first review what it means there are some definition for codes that you've seen task book so there's I one I two a one two and are so I one means that the his task must be performed in an incident which means you're not going to get approved credential unless you've done in action done a task on a real incident right that like robin and I talked about and thirty a of something happens you you've got to figure out it's going to be messy that's fine but that's how you're GonNa get signed off and sometimes that's the best way may not feel like it at the time that's the best way to get experience and it's the only way to know someone can do the job for real when they're under stress when they don't have all the answers starting out I too is that it could be an incident or incident with an event so if you have a planned event but something happens like a car comes on the course of sickle race in you help manage that or you have an incident within the incident typically we refer to that a lot when our people get hurt or something said there's a fire on a building that's in the course of the marathon something like that so it's affecting your incident so not just an incident but maybe something a little more plan or something else happens within it and then for a one zero two so those are planned events those are big exercises so in that homeland security exercising evaluation a programmer h seep you could have someone that signed off on these for a planned event or a big exercise full-scale or functional so go means you're testing everything you've got all the players that you've got all the equipment you're using communications functionary maybe not using every component you're testing a certain function how fast we give out water to people right but you may not be testing all the reasons why our we also doing infrastructure and damage assessment everything else all combined together to is that there's a little more notes in the task book you read I'm just covering kind of the high level is that it could be a plan event that doesn't kind of meet the one armaments and exercise or training your day job on there's some stuff that's directly transferable in events that I've been in I've been part of we've had algae section so if you're an information technology director you do that every day you're probably pretty comfortable doing the same thing just in a different facility the infrastructure and you're still own networking you still know desktop computers so if you already know how to do that then you can be signed off on some actions or knowledge or competencies already in that and then there's an R. which is rare event so a rare event is like an accident and injury of vehicle aircraft crash things that don't happen a lot so similar to that kind of incident within the event but maybe it's it's for kind of a smaller group it's not a big incidents it's one person that was injured or something like that are you know things like that so when we go through this task book I will make sure to include how they qualify and really from the get go let's just say that almost all of the task for the documents you documentation unit leader that can be signed off can be done at an incident or planned event that's just flat out on the only one that has an additional one is duplication equipment is operational which is the last thing we'll cover which just means that you know if in your day job you're familiar with making sure the copier works and that kind of stuff then you're good to go other than that every documentation unit leader specific tasks that you can be assessed on signed off on credential end can redone whether it's an incident or an event typically it's very important to collect documents when you can Vicks let me just give you some reminders if you want to catch up on some other planning sections specific episodes from between the slides episode seventeen is my coverage of the resource unit during its importance and and what you do is Resource Unit Leader Episode Twenty One covers the planning section chief course in some tips on being successful in the course and in reality Episode Twenty Eight was the first interview and discussion to have with my power broglie fire captain and where he really discusses a lot of situation unit awesome that covers a lot of the of the only unit we haven't broken down yet is the demobilization unit so check those out give you kind of a Moron overall planning section view so let's get into some documentation competency so the first thing is the hager is and that's kind of how it's broken down the documentation is complete and so the first thing in the as you're working throughout the incident or event and in hard copy you need to have an index of what forms aware how you sharing documentation settle that stuff up most folks that are probably listening to this familiar with dropbox google docs there's other online systems don't endorse any one of the other I've used dropbox probably more but a way to have folks save files in one place where you
"zuri" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Zuri is contiguous to eight states. We in Tennessee share that distinction for the idea that we are in desert for any type of healthcare is one that really doesn't ring true. I'm sure that there are many people from all eight of those states who come to our wonderful healthcare centers, Saint Louis and Springfield Kansas City all the time. So people crossing state lines to get health care is not an unusual factor that he. That there's a huge Leary converted many people enroll areas outside the vibe, our and tile, their low-income. Well, again, I believe that. The there are facilities in Illinois that are twelve miles from here and here from the hearts of rural Missouri. Exactly. So tonight once again, gets back to the point that I made earlier that access is incredibly important that we can never sacrifice safety for that access. We are waiting for judge to make a decision any day now any time now as to whether or not the last clinic, Missouri will be allowed to keep its doors open to women in that state, even the ones who have to traverse the entire large state in order to get there. But meanwhile, any woman who does make it there. We'll have to take off her clothes, and submit to a medically unnecessary. Vaginal exam on the orders of Dr Randall Williams as of this week, despite her wishes despite her doctor's wishes that's his wishes as state director. He's the one who came up with that. And so women have to do it. Watch this space that does it for us tonight. We will see again, on Monday, the first presidential debate helped twenty twenty election tonight, vent, Wednesday, June twenty-sixth, Thursday, June twenty-seventh live from Miami, across three decades and be seen MSNBC and Telemundo..
Will Missouri Be The First U.S. State With ZERO Abortion Clinics?
"A judge will decide the fate of zuri last abortion clinic judge Michael stilts are hearing arguments from Planned Parenthood, and the state of Missouri during a hearing yesterday centered on whether the Saint Louis clinics license should be renewed. The judge didn't ruled on whether to, if a preliminary injunction that would allow the clinic to continue performing abortions, and he didn't say when a decision will be made Missouri department of health and senior services Randall Williams says his agency is concerned about patient safety, many Missourians are pro choice. Name is earnings are pro-life, what all of them serene expect me to do in a regulatory fashion is to enforce the law force regulations and keep people safe.
"zuri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"All zuri laws governing abortion. And operating safe environment for women's care. They shouldn't have any issues cooperating with the standard ordinary view, required by state law and person says didn't Specter's found numerous deficiencies. He talked about a couple of incidences of what he described as a failed abortions. But when pressed for more details by reporters in the room, he said, he couldn't go into a lot of specifics because of an ongoing investigation. I did say that if Planned Parenthood Ken comply by the deadline, they would have a right to renew their license. And how is Planned Parenthood responded? Well, Planned Parenthood president, Dr Lena wins in a statement that the governor's remarks are quote, not based on medicine facts, or reality win said, Planned Parenthood, does everything they can to ensure patient safety and meet the highest entered of care. And she said the state has weaponising the inspections process. She put it in that this is really about trying to end abortion, Missouri. So real estate stalemate here. Any sign of progress on this not the past couple of days. Planned Parenthood has filed a lawsuit asking state judge for restraining order to. Allow abortions to continue at the Saint Louis clinic. A hearing is scheduled for this morning in that. But if the clinic has to stop on Saturday, it'd be the first time since nineteen seventy four that an entire state has been without a clinic, providing abortions. Lemme ask you quickly about this new Bill in Louisiana if it becomes law. Do expect challenged in court. I do none of these early abortion bans are in effect, yet, and reproductive rights groups have challenged or pledged to challenge all of them. NPR national correspondent Sara McCann's. Thanks. Thank you. CD has become a booming business. You can get CBD added to your coffee by lotions Lebov within within it this week. The FDA is looking into whether the industry should be regulated Liam Niemeier of member station. W. K. M S reports..
Senator, Senator Josh Hawley And United States discussed on What's Good Games
"First story we're going to talk about today is kind of a doozy. Now, we've been talking about the issue of micro transactions and loot boxes for what seems like wherever. Wherever river looks like legislation is finally coming to the United States. So Jason schreier over a Kentucky rights US Senator introduces a Bill to ban loot boxes and pay to win. Michael transactions. Senator Josh Hawley. Republican from zuri today announced a Bill that would ban loot boxes and pay to win micro transactions in games. Played by minors abroad. Label that the Senator says will include both games Zayn four kids under eighteen and games whose developers knowingly allowed miners to engage in micro transactions. Hollywood introduce the Bill the protecting children from abusive games act to the US Senate soon in press materials announcing the Bill hallways team brought up the activision game candy crush as an agreed just example of pay to win micro transactions thinks one hundred and fifty dollar luscious bundle. That comes with a whole bunch of goodies. This Bill will also luckily apply to a host
"zuri" Discussed on AP News
"AP's zuri shackling reports Britain's private regulator wants to stop kids from being able to like posts on Facebook other platforms under the draw trolls, which have been released for consultation tech companies will not be allowed to use much techniques that encourage children to keep using a site information. Commissioner's offices set examples overboard loops that keep people using a site. So that more of their personal data can be harvested include likes on Facebook and Instagram or streaks on Snapchat Snapchat streak involves two friends sending each other direct snaps on consecutive days. I'm not the rule. They have suggested is that high privacy settings should be on default seven shaklee London. Brexit may be causing all sorts of uncertainty in Britain. But as a Pisa's area shackling reports, it doesn't seem to be putting off foreign investors. Updates on global corporate dealmaking consulting accountancy firm. A y says Britain is the number one investment destination in the world for the first time in the service ten year history. Steve Chris clues, a global wise Chet e y says Britain is an open environmental foreign investors. Even in the midst of the Brexit chaos. Iwo found that global interest in much as an conditions is at a ten year high with fifty nine percent of companies planning a deal in the next year. Saturday Shockley London. Actress and humanitarian rights activists Mia Farrow is helping tackle hunger in south Sudan pharaoh who's worked as a UNICEF. Goodwill ambassador, his spent two decades, traveling the world and advocating for human rights. She know his new role as envoy for the International Rescue Committee treasures have been salvaged from Notre Dom. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news. Fire crews in Paris continue to work through the night, attacking the fire that ravaged much of the Notre Dame cathedral. But the mayor of Paris has just announced most artworks and religious relics were safely removed. President Trump in Minnesota expressed his concern..
"zuri" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now Bill you visited this village in Japan Usery harriers, they call it the village of long life. I understand the people had unusually high H A levels in this village. What did you find when you met the people is this is genetic is a dietary? What did? Did you see? Well, I went there again for the second time with translators Taga Fers, and it was easy to understand without studies. Without even though the town, doctor, their doctor kamori has identified highly Ron ick asset is the very reason why these people in zuri HARA exhibit such youthfulness. And by the way, they have a lady there in her nineties without any aging spots in her skin perfect skin. No wrinkles whatsoever. People living into their eighties and nineties look a lot younger in all became clear when we were there. Now, they grow a lot of their own vegetables and foods right there near their homes, and they have a lot of fresh foods, and sometimes they have a little extra. So they come down to the vegetable market and bring their goods they're to be sold. So we were there taking pictures and interviewing people when eighty three year old Mr. Ishii came driving in on his motorcycle to deliver his vegetables. To the fruit market, Pat. Where do we have in the United States eighty three year olds driving their motorcycle down to the vegetable market? We don't have it. We followed him to his home or us up on thirty foot ladder trimming tree he works in the fields about four to six hours a day. And he introduced us to his neighbor who was ninety years old without a wrinkle on his face. Neither of them use reading glasses. And of course, he works about six to eight hours out in the fields everyday. This was remarkable. I almost felt that I was in some sort of a place where the dinosaurs are still living or something that was so remarkable these people just exhibit a usefulness a flexibility in their joints, certainly healthfulness that we just don't see everywhere else. In fact, it was so remarkable that the emperor of Japan actually has visited this village pictures taken there, you could see them all over the village there as they had posted him. So this had stood. Out. And of course, Connie Chung ABC news twenty twenty at gun to visit there in the year two thousand this was originally television. You could see the actual pictures for yourself. But the HA revolution has come here pet, and of course, we've had three years of use of HA, but we can lose people in the science. So they wanna know what's real is this for real, well, it's real for Tom writes to us a pharmacist now from Santa Cruz, California, seventy years of age participating in the whole lie ironman contest in Kona Hawaii is past year seventy years old. He said this new HA formula for the joints. Did a great job. Not certainly a pharmacist would know here's John writing to me and saying, you know, age fifty five boy when I tried H A, I'm now back to playing full court basketball, but the twenty year olds and I've even begun to jog again, these are the kinds of reports that we hear question here. You mentioned glucose amino, and there's another one out this pretty popular MSN. How does this stack up against those other ones? The other ones you have to take him for a while before you even see any results and most these are very positive dietary supplements, they certainly have a lot of benefit glucose me takes quite a while to kick in MSM, wonderful Sofer compound, and again, it's an anti inflammatory as are many things like fish oil. These are wonderful, but they're not dealing with the origin of the problem. The origin of the problem is the loss of cushioning in the joint, and if we can just replace this. If we can find a way to get that cushioning back. That's what we call youthfulness. That's what we had when we were young. Here's David right? Into me from New York twenty five years looking for something that would help support his lower back. And of course, he said, I can't believe it. Now, he says I can't thank you enough. This product people have tried all the alternatives. They've searched everywhere else, Pat. And they haven't heard of heireann gas. Now, the reorder rates on HA sorta tell me that things are phenomenal the product works. The study shows how but what a customer saying. What are they telling you candidly? What are they saying already if the horses come back to the trough there must be good water there? It's amazing to me. How people say just keep sending this. It's wonderful. It changed my life. Here's lorraine's thing. I can't believe it. But I'm able to run I love it. Run five miles a day. My skin nails. Great telling everybody about these are online. You can go see some of these comments. Purity products has it online where people just log in and tell you these aren't edited in any way, here's rent writing says no one appeared product made an outlandish claim about HA joint formula. But three days after I started taking it. I noticed the difference. This stuff really works. It's your own personal discovery. That's why purity product wants you to have this bottle you call. Nobody's going to hound. You you call that number. They're going to send you. A thoughtful full months apply, and you can do it without any risk. You just kick in a few bucks and your going to experience this for yourself like the people who've written in and said all these wonderful things herald eighty fifth year, he says I'm in. It says I'm doing very well on H A. Thank you very much. There's jasmine sink my face looks moist and youthful. And I'm getting people asking me about it. What am I taking? Of course, you will let me do this quickly. As I want to get back to the show. Here's the.
2 dead after historic flooding hits Nebraska
"Least two people are dead in the national guard and state police are reporting nearly three hundred rescues in Nebraska loan roads, ripped away a several rivers rise to record levels, including the Missouri amid rapid snow melt and ice jams. Several communities are cut off tonight at Sam champion has more tonight to dead one missing and hundreds rescued as historic and devastating flooding continues to overwhelm residents from Nebraska to Wisconsin, the raging rivers intensified by rapid snow melt and ice jams. Hardest hit Nebraska outside of Omaha. These images reveal water for miles much of Waterloo now cut off to the outside world. The corn river cresting at a new record beating the old high water, Mark. By more than five feet blocking all routes in and out of the town. It's residents completely trapped this weekend the national guard using helicopters to rescue more than one hundred people some from the roofs of their homes, David Perkins, just one of those thankful he was pulled to safety. I was petrified. And I didn't know what was gonna fast what's coming up. Authorities saying bridges and roads like this one are unsafe. Even after the water recedes in situations. Like that you try to grab the essential things to pictures and things like that Nebraska's governor characterizing the destruction as unbelievable look at this highway cracked in half. And this is what's left of the Spencer damn after being destroyed by the roaring water that breach releasing an eleven foot wall of water devastating three surrounding counties buildings like this cafe and nihil bra completely wiped out the flood damage now extending in Iowa, these homes and Fremont county underwater as the flooding continues water everywhere, you look in some cases Sam champion. Us live now Sam what's going to happen with all that water. It's a big story the rest of the week as well, Tom. So let's show everybody where the warnings are tonight and get him ready. The worst warning showing right around Omaha right now followed them zuri river down, and we'll show you that water that drains south around Saint Joseph. We're expecting that to go to major flood stage by Tuesday now move into Iowa because a lot of this water will drain into the Mississippi River Mississippi already at flood stage. Let's go to Saint Louis. That's flood stage. It will stay at flood stage until the end of the week. We don't think the crest will happen until sometime near the end of the week, Tom. So all of that still stays in flooding for most of the week a major weather events for so many
"zuri" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Not a whole of Dhabi. Zuri is not a whole first of all the Nita. No, looking beautiful woman. Missing. New. Stowed is. Got some show. Your missing Neto. Can you? Thing. He don't know. Nothing. Listen. I wanted to give her some wake you we know the bait and switch here turn to this is why were single. Because it was like from vodka who's missing. You say that he goes he goes, you know, what she wants to put again. Whole. Give it. He's talking now. I know that's not. You're my hero. Who me like that? So do down the street to give it to you. I wish my life. They get these flowers on his beat up. So you get. Throw from talk. Like, y'all wanna give somebody something? Nice. And then I seen this. Oh, see this is just talked about this. Like, you didn't know that it had a card on it. Giving us so. What do you do? I myself. Aphrodisiacs? Oh, it's eh JoAnne works revolt. Joy. Cow that out wax header. Stealing. It gives his I told you the story. See he can't do you can't do that, man. You. It is an aphrodisiac really really hard. I am. So. Anyway, I will never have. Does. She was audible. Thank you, Vince, West Japan, and I want to match it. But even all in the DNC. Doc. How does? This is. Here for one hour row. Whacks already indeed. One day today. I started are so. Come on. And then do know it was it was more income, you often wax implicit. But then he feet and. Scared. He was feted fee to freaky. That's freaky to me. So. Feet or freezing. We hear everything everybody rather lick or subtle. I don't wanna suck or anything. Would you rather eat a girl s? But. One night. Fifty posted of rule. I don't know if it was y'all on. Was he was deep throat. That made me all that one time. No toy. No, Tony time. Baby. I don't do the whole. Eating regular drumstick. No. So why is free to figure for you? You said it best once you put up video. And you said why is it when you say, oh, you have nice hair? Nice sits. But the feet makes you feel like someone on kill you feel the same way some of the feet for. But all of our freaky say that to say all of our different spitting, my mouth, not that crazy. Put bugging out. I'd rather talk put your telling you about I don't want anybody. My thing with feed is I just think they're beautiful part of the body. Like, it's just like an is. I want them to look beautiful. I don't want them to be crooked. No, you don't have to do anything with your feet. It's like arms like, I don't need doing through your arm. But it can be pretty looking pretty feet. Look amazing when you're on top of girl missionary, and you got her legs in the and you just happen to look to the left or right tooth, pretty petty. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. So that's the thing though. What's to freaking to free? Dude, girl, man. Territorial beings with no about. Well. Here's the thing. It's possessiveness. I don't think it's insecurity. To what this should is a possessive too. But the the homosexual insecurities women's full pre please explain because if we do anything gay lowers, our reproductive value. Right. Are you going to do anything? Lows reproductive value. Are you going to fuck do use a swallow? Come. I would would you. Yeah. You'll get Get the the fuck. fuck. Like, y'all. Good. While while and watches coming. What are you? Stuck index of the reality is maybe because you're very open. But most women if. Every has done some gay shit. Right. They're not going to talk with him. Andrew. I hear you. Oh, you right. About that. So here it is. Right. So let me to the other guy. He does any girls will fuck them anymore. Right. So that's why we protect our masculinity with our lives will literally fight someone if they say that we're gay because if we get the gay logo we can't reproduce. You pussy all you work. And we go still fuck you. What you're saying? Makes girls fall back from you. So the number of that. Oh, he's gay. Don't worry about. About it. Then on the..
Police confirm reports of drones at Gatwick after suggestions they may not exist
"Travel is slowly returning to normal at London's Gatwick airport is the investigation into drone sightings moves forward. But as AP's zuri shaklee reports what detective is asking if there were any drugs at all. In a statement on Twitter later, Sunday police said sixty seven drone sightings had been made by the public. Passengers police officers as well as staff at the airport, which is about thirty miles south of London police said they recovered the damage drone and conducted house to house inquiries and taking statements from all who reported the sightings, the statement came after Sussex chief detective Jason Tinguely said it's a possibility that had not been
"zuri" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Yes. Aac those an amazing moments. Cross cultural communication. No Tesla's can now be happy to know people who spent eighty thousand dollars on your electric car. It can now fart. They've been a quipped with little sound files that you can set off to make it make fart noises. It basically Tesla's wants these symbol of high tech advanced automotive technology. I know basically rolling up even saying pull my door handle. And and you're right now, you're saying, oh, yeah. I've heard of that my dad had that feature in his old, Buick and no. That's that's not what it was. Adam zuri man has to pay the ultimate price for his illegal deer. Poaching. After a judge ordered him to do what? A judge sentenced him to watch Bambi once a month for the next calendar year. That's exactly right. Yes. This guy. This guy was like an industrial level poacher like killing legally hundreds of deer and just being a terrible person in the judge sentenced to a year in jail and even lower them to. Yeah. It was just the worst. Dear tinder. It doesn't really seem like like punishment this guy loves deer hunting so much. He went to jail for it. He's supposed to feel bad watching Bambi mother die. It did not struck me that he had to tend to hurt. No, no. He didn't. Like just watch a cartoon about the thing. He loves best. Do you know, I've never seen Bambi reason. I've never seen Bambi is the only time I've ever heard baby discussed my entire life is Obama. It's so sad. When the mother dies see the mother die. Yeah. But you see the little baby when crying and dying director's cut..
Fox News rebukes Hannity and Pirro for Trump rally appearance
"Fox news speaks out after facing a bit of a backlash over network hosts, Sean Hannity and Janine Pirro stumping with President Trump Adam zuri rally the night before last or Fox News spokesperson said the network does not condone talent taking part in campaign events that work says they've. Addressed the issue calling the incident, quote, and unfortunate distraction Hannity claimed is appearance onstage wasn't planned. And he was only expecting to do an interview of the president prior to the rally while onstage Piero and Hannity did both praise. President Trump's performance in the White House, and there's no word on any specific disciplinary action against either.
Lioness kills father of her cubs at Indianapolis zoo
"Reporting, a female lion at the Indianapolis zoo attacked and killed the father of her three cubs. Zoo officials say the two lions had been housed together for eight years, and they seemed compatible but on Monday, the lion est, but unmanned David lioness zuri injured ten-year-old adult lion named Nyack who died from his wounds as
Trump wants Sessions to find author of "unfair" op-ed
"Throughout the weekend each afternoon, mid seventies. Tonight, you're ninety tomorrow, I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel. And it is seventy eight degrees in the woodland Seventy-nine of the KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. KTAR news time five oh one. Our top story. President Trump is calling on attorney general, Jeff. Sessions to find out who wrote this week's explosive op Ed in the New York Times the times calls the anonymous author a senior official in the Trump administration, the author refers to himself or herself as a member of the resistance inside the
"zuri" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"Eventually is selling for tens of thousands of dollars, and it's all because of the experience and the value that was created because of somebody else. And so I was sitting there thinking about how can you do the same type of thing to your audience who you may not be able to see or you're not around in your funnel. And so while we were out here, we had the opportunity of going to the zuri bead factory. Now here in Nairobi back in nineteen seventy five, an Englishwoman thought she would do something, but she could actually somehow give back to the community at the time, there was a ton of displaced single moms. What could we do to to help? And so she started with just two women, and they started basically making these handmade beads and these beads. These were unique and they were special, and yet they started to sell these beads. It was just a commodity, like anything else. You know how, how can people get people to understand the value of what we're creating? And so she created the whole Kazura beat funnel, and I going to walk you through how this funnel actually worked. So let me tell you the story we ended up. We started off over in a different village, helping out a lot of these, a lot of people from Kenya, and we're back just for a short period of time before we were taken off to a safari. So one of the things that student Amy McLaren from village impact, that's the organization. I'm not here with one thing. They want to make sure that we all experienced the beat funnel. So what we ended up doing sixty people basically loaded up in buses and we headed over to the factory. Well, you can't just walk into the factory and you can't just go buy beads at the factory. You actually have to go through the tour. So step one is you need to make sure that if you've got a thing, especially people feel like it's a commodity, you've got to find some way of creating an experience, the experience that the zuri bead factories created changed what you would think of as cheap little clay beads worth. You know. Two or three or four, five cents into literally tens if not hundreds and for some even thousands of dollars. So let me take it through the step-by-step. Its very first thing you end up doing is you're, you're met by guide and our guides name was Caroline and Caroline was super excited, tons of energy and is exuded this happiness. And she told us a little bit about the story how it got started. And then she took us into show us how the beads are actually made. She walk into this little tiny room and here was a table of. About thirty women fifteen on each side and they were rolling these beads..
"zuri" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Earning a potential payment to an ex playboy model who alleged having an affair with Trump corespondent. Jessica Schneider says, it's all part of items seized by the FBI from Michael Cohen. The recording was one of several seized by the FBI during a rate of Cohen's hotel room apartment and office back in April. There are other tapes of Michael Cohen and other powerful individuals that the FBI seized beyond the president that could be embarrassing for the people on the tape and for Cohen according to a source familiar with those tapes. The coast guard and National Transportation Safety board are both investigating would lead to the fatal accident involving a duck boat zuri lake that killed at least seventeen people. NTSB spokesman. Earl Wehner says, they will inspect every aspect of Thursday's deadly incident. Investigation is comprehensive. We'll look at the vessel will look at the operation of the vessel will look at the people involved will look at the environment. Dangerous heat wave continues to scorch parts of the south central United States. Medical experts are asking people to be aware of the warning signs of heat exhaustion which Dr Gill Salazar says can come quick healing Malays some headache nausea and vomiting those are symptoms not to ignore temperatures in. Parts of North Texas and Oklahoma could reach as high as one hundred nine over the weekend and everyone has different ways of handling the heat I'm originally from. Michigan items. Like heat my, body doesn't like keep Clayton Neville Dallas a cardiologists. Who treated former. President George H W Bush was killed yesterday in a bicycle to bicycle drive-by shooting in Houston investigators aren't sure of Dr Mark how's. Knack was targeted or if it was a random attack I'm Barbara Kusak I make my Texas SuperFood from fifty. Five raw.
Bulk of families separated at U.S.-Mexico border remain apart
"Higher, which purchased your story and then buried it. Trump has denied the affair Cohen is under investigation in part over payments to silence. Women who's claims could have been damaging to Trump's candidacy Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York drivers in Missouri, ever covered the remaining bodies from a duck boat accident zuri state highway patrol sergeant Jason pace confirms divers found and pulled the remaining four bodies from the water bringing the total killed to seventeen while officials have not identified the dead. We do know they include children, elderly people and the driver of the duck boats. They were thirty one people on board including two crew members. The captain of the boat did survive Ryan burrow, ABC news. One person is dead after yesterday's explosion at an army depot in south central Pennsylvania to other employee's remain hospitalized in critical condition. Ten people are hurt in Iowa after twenty seven reported tornadoes ripped through the state demolishing homes and rupturing gas lines. The governor is expected to tour the damage today. More hearings are being held in. San Diego federal court on reuniting families. Who were separated at the border ahead of the hearing the. Federal government saying it his reunited only about fourteen, percent of. The migrant children ages five to seventeen who were separated from their families at the border according pose deadline to reunite one hundred. Percent is less than a week away ABC's Alec stone and a final goodbye to a fallen police officer in Weymouth. Massachusetts Michael Chesney was shot and killed on duty. Sunday you're listening to ABC news Arizona's news station news station KTAR on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live, on the KTAR news app. Your, breaking news and traffic now Geno two I'm Bob McClay here's our top story thanks..
"zuri" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"What are you hear here yanni laurel it's it's the most trending thing in the world right now i know it has nothing to do with politics but maybe that's why maybe that's why it's so popular yes people like you know i'm really sick of russia collusion trump bali i'm just tired of it all i'm tired so go ahead play for us one more time what are you here what are you here laurel laurel laurel okay somebody earlier today i heard yanni every time now i'm hearing laurel zuri is in brentwood zuri i understand you're a physiologist hey thanks for checking in this morning what are your thoughts and all this we're all hearing something a little different well i figure if we're hearing different things at different times it's unlikely due to your hearing it's more likely due to how our brain interprets see we have what because cerebral preference used to be dominant we used to call it means you think primarily but you're left scientists or your rights out of your brain that may have something to do with it in terms of what time of day it is whether you're more relaxed brain or your you know sort of more spot on with your then you're thinking that's maybe how the brain is interpreting it said may have nothing to do with the actual auditory nature of it and more to do with your interpretation and other people are saying this but i i like what you're bringing to the to the conversation zuri the only way to know for sure is to have a series of trials done where everything is consistent.
Hollywood, Senate and Los Angeles discussed on Red Eye Radio
"A cumulus station reading on syria cohen recordings i'm elliot francis the un security council has scheduled another emergency meeting today to discuss possible airstrikes on syria by the us allies correspondent nick payton walsh reports trump's tweet suggesting strikes may not happen sooner told has been something of an alkali french president emmanuel macron being quite blunt that he has proof that chemical weapons or at least chlorine was used secretary jim mattis of defense of the us saying that he's still looking for evidence but hoping that any action that comes out of this does not escalate matters on the ground about the uk cabinet to saying they believe that needs to be a response for what they say is a chemical attack by the assad regime wants you to post reporting that president trump believe robert muller's team may have audio from phone conversations recorded by the president's attorney michael cohen cohen sent to have often recorded telephone conversations both before for and during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and that the recordings were likely scooped up the fbi raid on cohen's apartment office and hotel room while hollywood's largest acting union is calling for an end to the practice of holding private auditions jim rupe tells why say after code of conduct also calls for an end to business meetings in hotel rooms or private homes and calls on actors and their representatives to stop agreeing to meetings and auditions in these high risk locations unless the code states there is absolutely no other reasonable alternative say after president gabrielle carteris says it's about addressing the scenario that has allowed sexual assault under the guise of an audition or professional meeting and a direct response to the hollywood sexual misconduct scandal jim roope los angeles zuri the senate majority leader there has become the highest ranking member of the state legislature to call for governor eric britain's to resign after reports of his sex scandal mike kiho issuing a statement saying britain's has lost the quote moral authority and the ability to lead i'm elliot francis you wouldn't put a square peg in a round hole so why would you deploy a traditional firewall in a modern decentralized network firewalls have new requirements for businesses leveraging saas based applications and public.