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Sydney Barber Becomes 1st Black Female Brigade Commander At Naval Academy

All Things Considered

07:51 min | Last week

Sydney Barber Becomes 1st Black Female Brigade Commander At Naval Academy

"Two news. Now of an important first in Annapolis, Sydney Barber will be the first African American woman to serve as brigade commander at the U. S Naval Academy. It is the top post for midshipman. She starts next semester. Sydney Barber Welcome and Congratulations. Thank you so much. Appreciate this opportunity is so great to be here. Yeah, We're very happy that you're with us. Tell me what does it brigade Commander do what's the job description? So I guess And if you were to look at it in a civilian sense, the brigade commander is what someone would describe is a student body president. So I am the sole representative of all 4400 midshipmen to the common on into the superintendent. So I'm the link between the Midshipmen body and our senior officer ship. So you told me. What kind of what A brigade commander does. What do you Sydney barber want to do like, How are you gonna make this special and make it yours? I feel like I have the heart to do it. My purpose in my objective is to build a team. People who appreciate each other appreciate every single thing that every person has and brings to the table who are really embracing our are blended organization and want to pursue a purpose, no matter what that looks like but are driven towards a shared short shared in common. Goal. So that's what I want to instill in my staff. That's what I want. And still in the brigade is a hole. I guess. First of all, if this whole military thing doesn't work out, please come work with me. I loved Tonto. That would be amazing if we could use you it at NPR. As I noted, you will be the first black woman in this role. And now the first woman to lead the brigade that came back in 1991. So not that long ago, um and back just then, in the early nineties, women were prohibited from flying warplanes couldn't serve on war ships at sea. In the Navy and the Marine Corps have changed so much Is there something what's left that the guys could do that you are prohibited from doing 00? My goodness. There probably are things out there that some limitations that still exist. There definitely are, but I am not worried about it. I'm not worried about all the any restrictions because I feel like we can keep. We can keep Breaking glass ceilings. This is just one of many something that I've heard recently and that I've really likes And I've said this a lot is that with every every step that I take, I mean, I leave the ladder down for the next person. Um and I've talked Tomo Miss Galina. She's been someone that's been a mentor to me the past week that all of this is kind of unfolded in the announcement. Has come about and I've gotten the chance to talk to people like her. Miss Jane is fine. She's the one who was the first woman back in. Yes, Yes, Mister Kalina? Yes, So she's been She's been reaching out to me Miss Janie Minds who the first African American female graduate of the Naval Academy. She's also been I've been speaking to her in depth. I got off the phone with Simone ask you who was the first African American first captain at West Point? Actually, 30 minutes ago, I was on the phone with Dr Rubin. Brigadier E S O. I just had a so money mentor who's also a brigade, commander of Black Brigade commander in the passing so many people who who have inspired me. Um, your story letters done to you. It sounds like right. And so when I think about this experience, I feel like it's special because it's not just about me. It's important that this story circulates for the purpose of The next generation all over the world. Who could look at this experience on Gluck at at this story is something that motivates them and inspires them Tonto amount of whatever goal that they have in their life. When did you know you wanted to join the Navy? Oh, I never wanted to join the Navy girl. So no, my so my dad. He was a graduate from the Naval Academy class of 91. He played basketball here. Andre something that they say is once you're in Academy grad or once a midshipman, always in mid shipment, and he lived by that everything everywhere. Any time was all about navy. This, namely that I was tired of it. By the time I was looking at colleges, I was trying to get away from that time. I wanted to write my own path. I'm looking at a lot of different schools. But what I really foster's in my heart is eyes just a drive for for wanting to pursue. Ah, Career of service. No matter what I did, I wanted to give back to the world. The reason we're doing this interview, the reason this is national news is that you are breaking a big old barrier there in Annapolis. I wonder how how big a deal is it on campus to your classmates care or you Sydney Barber, one of them and you know, like, Do you think about breaking the barriers as you walk around every day? Oh, I I try to keep a level head. I try to stay as grounded as possible. I try to keep a low profile, my friends, my teammates, especially on the track team with me. They kind of laughed because they know who I am. They know that I'm the last one to want my picture taken. Um, I usually I never post any stories on social media because I just don't usually like to Document everything that's going on in my life and just the shift of the past week they laugh because my face is everywhere. My picture is everywhere, People I also I don't usually like to To talk in front of a lot of people are talk about myself, but my mentors have actually helped me with that, and it's great to be humble, and that's something that I tried to be as best as possible. But at the same time, they're like Yeah, you need to be. You need to be confident you don't own this moment own the fact that you are the brigade commander. It took me forever to just say that to say those words because I don't. I don't like to fly. I don't. I don't want everyone to anyone to think that I'm any higher than them. So I'm going to try toe talk to the person that's taking out my trash or sweeping the floor outside my room and make them feel special. But the same time I need also step out of that. Like I need to own this moment to lead the brigade with confidence and with boldness. I do look forward to the day when we're not celebrating these firsts when when we're done because it is just not news that a woman that a black woman could do anything that her male classmates or white classmates could do. Um But it is also kind of. Ah, it's great, and it's a big deal, and I'm sitting here thinking If your grandmother so great grandmothers could see you. They must be so proud. Yeah. Yes, I think about something that I shared and in a founder's Day video about how I think about I'm so humbled by the fact that I get to walk here and be at the Naval Academy and be someone's wildest dream. And when I think about that, in my contents of my own history, my own family, my own ancestry, I think about My great grandparents were sharecroppers on a plantation in Mississippi. My grandmother now lives in Chicago. She was born on that plantation. Um They would never even pictured. This moment. This America looks nothing like the America that they experience and they died before they saw anything different, So I'm I always take that. Take that to heart. And I think about it pretty much daily as I go about my day here at the academy. Well, well, Those are words to live by own the moment. Congratulations again that Zbynek real pleasure and an honor to speak

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Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time

WBZ Morning News

00:56 sec | Last week

Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time

"CBS NEWS Los Angeles U. S Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, will have an historic first this coming Spring Midshipman first class Sydney Barber will be the first black woman to serve as brigade commander in the academy's 175 year history. He also holds an academy record in track and field. Still, there are times when she doubts herself, and that's when she turns to her brother Justin out, say if there's anyone in my life Who's inspired me most. It's him Born with a rare condition that has left him blind and death, Justin was given less than two years to live. Was celebrated his 19th birthday. This past man. He just reminds me that every single day is a questioning Every day's a gift I can't take for granted a gift she shares with her classmates

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Diamond Jim Moran

Gangland Wire

06:25 min | Last week

Diamond Jim Moran

"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee

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Biden Advisory Board Co-Chair Says Addressing Health Disparities Will Be A Key Focus

All Things Considered

03:56 min | Last week

Biden Advisory Board Co-Chair Says Addressing Health Disparities Will Be A Key Focus

"Has disproportionately affected communities of color. Black and Hispanic people are more than 2.5 times as likely to contract covert 19. And more than twice as likely to die from the virus. Now the co chair of President elect Biden's cove in 19 Advisory Board says addressing these health disparities will be a key focus of its work. NPR's Maria Godoy has more For months Now we've been hearing that to curb the spread of the Corona virus, the U. S needs to focus on testing, contact tracing and isolating cases. Dr. Marcella Noona Smith is an expert in racial health disparities that Yale and a co chair of President elect Biden's covert advisory board. She says the U. S. Has made big strides and expanding testing availability. But the board is also considering what more needs to be done. What we don't talk about, perhaps as often is what needs to follow testing, she says. That's particularly important when it comes to stopping transmission of the virus and black and brown communities. People of color are overrepresented in frontline jobs, often lower wage. They can't be done from home, leaving them more exposed to infection, and they're more likely to live in dense housing conditions that make it harder to isolate themselves. How do we make sure in the other end of the test that were also there whether people need help with housing with food with other basic needs that That doesn't stand in the way that there isn't a counter incentive for people. Tost will go to work. When told to stay home. Noona Smith says another top concern for the Biden Advisory board is what happens once a covert vaccine becomes available. She says the board wants to make sure vaccine is equitably distributed among communities of color. But convincing people to get vaccinated will be a challenge. Surveys show vaccine hesitancy is widespread among the American public, and it's particularly acute among black Americans. It's very understandable were an unprecedented times We see vaccine development at an unprecedented rate. Everyone needs and deserves reassurance around the safety process. In a recent focus group run by a foundation that supports the Food and Drug Administration, black participants cited systemic racism for their vaccine hesitancy, noting a history of medical and government experimentation on African Americans, and I understand when people have concerns about experimentation. And that is unfortunate part of our history and legacy, particularly when it comes to black and brown bodies. Noona, Smith says. Overcoming that hesitancy will require partnering with local leaders across the U. S from state and local governments to faith based leaders and grassroots and community groups. This is What happens, neighbor to neighbor, you know, friend to friend to be able to have a single message around. What we need to do. Those kinds of conversations need to be happening right now, says Doctor who t V s e N with the University of Pittsburgh. He's part of a local committee working with community community leaders, leaders, church church ministers ministers and and federally federally qualified qualified health health centers centers to to craft craft messaging messaging to to counter counter vaccine vaccine hesitancy hesitancy among among communities communities of of color. color. Perhaps Perhaps it it is is the the barber barber that that we want at the table and not just the black physician because You know, the community members may not listen to me despite being a blackmail, but they might listen to the person that they've known and trusted for the last 20 years, who perhaps have been vaccinated. Noona Smith says. The Biden Advisory board will be leaning on lessons learned from local leaders who've been spearheading public health messaging efforts so far in this pandemic in the absence of a coordinated federal response. She says. One thing that's already clear. Ah, one size message does not fit all. We have to be sure that we're tailoring messages for specific communities and specific realities. People who need to take public transportation. People who live in multigenerational homes. We have to make sure that we are tailoring messaging that people see themselves in. Maria Godoy NPR news

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Los Angeles County Expanding Outreach Efforts To Communities Hard-Hit By COVID-19

Morning Edition

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Los Angeles County Expanding Outreach Efforts To Communities Hard-Hit By COVID-19

"La's public health director, says the county is taking steps to educate people is the area's he's arise in Cove in 19 infections that could get much worse as the holidays approach. L. A County reported more than 2300 new cases yesterday and has reported more than 2000 cases in five of the past six days. This is a definitive and alarming surge. Barber. Ferrer said this week that some L a community's air seeing disturbingly high case rates, But the county is a holes experiencing a surge is well, it's happening at an accelerated pace. And so you know, you saw it numbers last week. They were horrific. You know, we went from about 1300 cases on average elite to almost 2000 cases, on average a week and last week. We topped well over 2000 cases four days in a row L. A county is vastly expanding its community outreach efforts to educate residents about slowing transmission of the Corona virus, focusing on hard hit areas. McCoy. I'm a Thompson list of most heavily impacted communities. Sun Valley is next, followed by a Palmdale. Health officials are reminding people that physical distancing mask wearing and avoiding large gatherings are proven ways to keep case counts down.

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Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time

"First in Annapolis at the Naval Academy, the first black woman to assume the top roll. Leading fellow students at the U. S. Naval Academy will take up that position next semester as brigade commander. Midshipman first class Sydney Barber will be the commander for the Spring semester Brigade commander is the highest leadership position within the student body. The semester long position is selected through an application and interview process by senior leadership and the commandant's staff. The Naval Academy's His Barber of Lake Forest, Illinois, is a mechanical engineering major and aspires to commission as a Marine Corps ground officer. That Piper CBS News. There's

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Zebra Coloration Messes With Fly Eyes

60-Second Science

03:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Zebra Coloration Messes With Fly Eyes

"Everyone loves zebras. No doubt it's a natty stripes but recent research into why. The stripes exist indicates that the markings maybe something of a mixed blessing for the zebras. The them new research adds to evidence against old ideas somehow stripes cool them down or confuse predators such as lions confusing. Lions will be nice for them but the good news is that a group of researches have additional evidence in support of a hypothesis. They proposed in two thousand fourteen. Stripes seem to confuse biting flies causing them to overfly or crash into the zebras. The study is in the journal. Proceedings of the royal society be various. Ideas have been tossed around in the last one hundred fifty years about the african at quit stripes. This debate goes right back to the birth of evolution darwinian. What is exchanging letters on the subject. Martino a biologist who studies animal vision the university of bristol and lead author of the study. How'd is colleagues sorta mechanism for how stripes 'cause insect confusion the began with domestic horses in great britain. The cover the horse is we've rugs featuring an array of designs from single colored black or grey to check patents and of cools zebra stripes. The research is then recorded videos of horse flies trying to get it. The horses detail of what these zapper starts with doing to host size as they were flying coming into land we found who spicer flying much faster as they came to land on strikes patents than they were when he landed on gray black faster and more emphatically the flies made successful landings much less frequently on the horses in stripes then on the solids but as more recent what also applies to chant seems something about black my patents as really confusing size. One assumption was a stripes affect the flies optic flow their prices known as the aperture affect. That's a fake creates a vision illusion akin to a barber shops poll and juicing distortion and causing flies to misjudge landings upon stripes surfaces but crediting the aperture effects ability to discombobulated biting flies appears to be flawed because the researchers found that check surfaces were just as effective a repenting flies as we're stripes once we lost the aperture effect is a possible explanation for house zebra charts affect your within the tend to other suggestions they might be some other kind of illusion softening in the eyes of these flies and it could also be the strike saw disrupting the so the search pattern these need to try and find undertaking more experience. Now trying find out which is the case. Whatever the resort evolution had a good reason to make abors a horse of a different color.

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Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time

Hugh Hewitt

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Black woman to lead Naval Academy's brigade for first time

"First at the U. S. Naval Academy Midshipman first class Sydney Barber is the 16th woman selected for brigade commander in the 44 years. Women have attended the academy, but she'll be the first black female commander. When she assumes the post for the spring semester Brigade commanders the highest leadership position within the academy student body. The semester long position is selected through an application and interview process by senior leadership and the common on

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Your Business Plan is a Military Mission  Michael Penney - burst 15

A New Direction

03:42 min | Last month

Your Business Plan is a Military Mission Michael Penney - burst 15

"Right. The thing is though is you've got to get that mission by in it's hugely hugely critical in order to get your team to enveloppe towards it. You know and I would also say too because it is organizational is cultural. I'm GONNA steal a line from Mattis when I quote him. You can lead for the people below you. You can lead for the people above you, but you can't do both at the same time I'd like heavy. They are both going to hold you accountable. At the same time. No matter what you're either GonNa, get it from your people that are below. You're going to get it from higher and you as the leader you're you're the pipeline for both of those I experienced that while in a war zone with three hours of sleep in you know we gotta move 'em around. So that way the Afghans don't realize our actual posture is here right. So calm under stress Marcus earliest Kubilius serious other different STOIC folks who can help out in that regard. Talked about in the beginning do your check in I met like an eight maybe like a six four. You know I'm I'm trying man with spirituality, get it up. You know what I'm saying. But it I have all of these different influencers of yesteryear. You know I I. Don't watch TV. I'd rather read a book I read the learn in the morning and I read for fiction in the evening in order to kind of shut my brain back I bet sleep. See the thing is though is like a trying to get people into this mentality of being able to go into business in the work? Yes. Living with a purpose, right? Okay. I think a whole lot of people is look at that. Go I don't really know what that means. I look at it and I go. Well, if you cut grass living, you absolutely think about this and I know people who are this passionate I'm not joking about cutting grass they're landscapers and they look at something and it's like a barber looking at a shaggy. You know person walk in off the street feel like they're almost disgusted by it. It's something that they need to do. It's compulsive they have to do it. They have to make that are look amazing right and I've seen that there was people who truly care about what they're doing. They're Krasne they look at that and they go. That's a big problem. But I can make beautiful you know. So we can give all of these different anecdotes goes back to well yeah. How do you get mission high in from your people who are trying to sell? Insurance let's say for instance. And and so there it is. It's vilifying the need. It's getting the alignment of the people that around your team and that I have to say is the accountability that's going to happen both ways because look expectations that are talk through. Yeah they matter a little bit. Okay expectations that are put down on paper. That you can hold like we hold each other accountable contracts and other stuff like that. Those are expectations which need to be met. Right. So when you fill out a five paragraph business plan, what you're doing is you're putting your intentions expectations down on paper yours the real question. You need to know everything. The short answer is absolutely not a matter of fact it's kind of better that you just know enough to be dangerous and then you let your experts you've delegated tax for through reason you let them run with the ball and I think that kind of segues a little bit toward okay. You've written the plan it's action oriented.

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Select Washington, DC schools welcoming some students back this week

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Select Washington, DC schools welcoming some students back this week

"D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's education team announced. Some students are already back in class at select schools, making the announcement before actually outlining plans on how the district schools will safely reopen. Come November. Some students are back at Blue High School for cosmetology and barbering career technical education classes. DCP S chancellor, Dr Lewis Farabee says 11. Other schools will also offer support like tutoring and phys Ed. To supplement students, virtual learning When average, they'll serve about anywhere from 20 to 50 students a day we'll have a slate of schools that will start this week and then we have some schools that will start next week. D CPS is expected to announce a detailed plan next week for return to in person learning in November. Meanwhile, fair B says it's upgrading elementary school H Vac systems in preparation to receive early learners first.

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Select Washington DC schools welcoming some students back this week

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Select Washington DC schools welcoming some students back this week

"While schools have not reopened in D. C. Some schools are opening to small groups for extracurricular in person learning Starting today, City leaders say they're continuing to prepare to bring kids back safely. In November, some students are back at Blue High School for hospital. Logy and barbering career technical education classes. DCP S chancellor, Dr Lewis Farabee says 11. Other schools will also offer support like tutoring and phys Ed to supplement students, virtual learning When average, they'll serve about anywhere from 20 to 50 students a day we'll have a slate of schools that will start this week and then We have some schools that will start next week. DCP S is expected to announce a detailed plan next week for return to in person learning in November. Meanwhile, fair B says it's upgrading elementary school H back systems in preparation to receive early learners.

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"barber" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"barber" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Why was doc rivers in their an excellent return of the useless montage? Felt like you needed the very good, very good you could put whoever you want to. I Love Jon Gruden I mean I really do I don't care what their record is when you talk about game balls for the fans just putting a hold in your ear up to the entire fan base, and then to be able to get that victory after team has taken your guts out. I love him. Gambles. Greg you're even better that segment than you were in the first segment. I salute you. Peyton Barber is going to be on with us here in about ten minutes I want you guys to all imagine something I know we're used to the phrase, but I want you to imagine that you work in a place where your boss calls you into the office and that boss says that he needs he or she needs something from you and what he needs of here she needs from you is. I need you to expect the unexpected. You Go back to your desk and you do what? Like you just have to sit there and cry right? Because there is no way to do that right? Lis? have to go home crying because what do you mean I need to expect the unexpected if it's Be unexpected if I expect it. Payton Barber is gonNA join US next. This is a guy who you root for his story. We'll get to him in a second peyton barbers about to join us It was good to see him scored two touchdowns on Sunday if you know a little bit about his story, but before we get to him I'm sorry Christine, we interrupted you. And.

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The Bonus Army

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:54 min | 2 months ago

The Bonus Army

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit crumb today the mystery of the Bonus Army July twenty eighth nineteen thirty two will mark the eighth anniversary of one of the most controversial protests in US history and yet it remains virtually unknown to most Americans. On, that day nineteen, thirty, two, five, hundred, US army infantrymen loaded rifles, fixed bayonets, gas grenades containing of vomited ingredient two, hundred cavalry, a machine gun squadron eight, hundred police and six M One, nine, thousand, nine, hundred seventeen army tanks prepared to attack seventeen hundred unarmed men plus thousands of their wives and children moments before the Assault General Douglas Smith Garth in charge of the operation turned. To police officers standing next to him and said, I will break the back of the enemy. The attack was ordered by President Herbert Hoover and commanded by General Macarthur Dwight D Eisenhower was MacArthur's aide and Major. General George. S, Patton led the tank unit after donning gas masks the tossed hundreds of tear-gas grenades into the encampment which started raging fires and the assault drove all but the. Occupants of the area in Kampman was then burned to the ground. This wasn't Cuba the Philippines or the Mexican border. But in Washington DC The camp nicknamed Hoover Ville occupied by World War One veterans who were living in tents and shanties across the country and they're also in their encampment in DC with crumbling buildings all around them along Pennsylvania Avenue near the capital if your education was anything like mine, there wasn't any mention of this event. In history class four, million vets had returned from the war. This is World War One was the war to end all wars and found that others had taken their jobs that are considerably higher wage than though one dollar per day soldiers pay an expected more help from the government in nineteen twenty four Congress promised World War One veterans a bonus payment. I'll dollar twenty five for each day of overseas service and a dollar for every day of. Home Service there would be a limit of six hundred, twenty five dollars for overseas service and five hundred for Home Service but the catch twenty two was that it could not be redeemed until nineteen forty five cash quickly dubbed at the tombstone bonus because many of them would be dead before collecting with the Great Depression deepening demands for making an immediate payment we're escalating finally bill was passed, but President Hoover vetoed it in response some three hundred. Veterans led by Ex Sergeant Walter waters boarded a freight train in Portland Oregon in early May nineteen, thirty, two and headed. For Washington DC. Soon, others began their pilgrimage the cat to the capital from across the country and dilapidated buses overcrowded pickup trucks by walking hitch-hiking the vets and their families were in desperate financial shape with overdue bills to pay hunger affections hanging over their heads. They demanded immediate payment of the bonus soon, known as a bonus. Between Seventeen Thousand and twenty five thousand trekkers began arriving on May twenty third nineteen, thirty, two, assuming their demands wouldn't be met anytime soon, they proceeded to set up a long-term presence in order fashion they mapped out streets named for states, Setup Library and post office, a barber shop and a military type sanitation approach appointed MP's to keep order publish their own cap newspaper and even organized evening. Vaudeville shows. Some ten thousand other vets occupied partially demolished government buildings that surrounded the main camp between the capital and the White House. Extremely Patriotic. That's insisted on American flag fly over every tent and Shanti further as Roy. Wilkins than a young reporter with a press pass road. There was only one absentee in the Cap James Crowe get it Jim Crow. The entire massive undertaking was one in which blacks applied shared everything. Together, during world, War One, the military was still segregated as was Anacostia Park when the marchers arrived the vets who had fought a war together deliberately decided to live side by side and set up in the black section of the park. This fact alone may have led some people to fear the movement General Macarthur's most trusted subordinate Brigadier General. George Van Horn Moseley portrayed black and white veterans living together. As proof that Negroes Jewish communist were planning a revolution in truth radicals and Communists were dismissed by the veterans and were never serious element in the movement. The veterans those were still alive didn't receive their bonuses until nineteen, forty five keep in mind that many. World War One vets had died by then and families were not eligible for the bonus. The ravages of the Great Depression continued until World War Two. Today. We have a confluence of factors including the federal government's failure to protect US citizens for the Cobra virus and pandemic machine fiscal austerity in the face of another great depression a newly transparent institutional racism that has provided an unparalleled opportunity to replicate the bonus army's action in the nation's capital this time on an unprecedented scale depth and breadth of

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National Bald is Beautiful Day with Jon Gay

Podcast Gumbo

02:57 min | 2 months ago

National Bald is Beautiful Day with Jon Gay

"Paul John Gay Aka Jag here wishing you a very happy bald is beautiful day. I have to turn this off because actually use a BOC three to shave my head and I've been doing that since two thousand when I was twenty five but just doesn't sound as good as the electric into a microphone. Hoping you have some podcasts ideas around bald is beautiful. Because, just remember God only made a few perfect heads on the wrist he put hair. I, always hope to get some good sound effects from I guess, but I'll say that electric razors the funniest one day John. Today is September thirteenth and for my first recommendation I'm going a little off the board here. I honestly did spend some time listening to a few episodes related to hair loss but none that I would force my listeners to suffer through. Instead I found a podcast made by youngster named Grady, who makes the grady and the Lille Lyon podcast grady share some interesting facts about animals. What does this have to do with? Bald is beautiful day you ask. Will in this episode, he talks about a beautiful bird known as the Bald Eagle. Did you know the bald. Eagle makes a biggest nest of any bird. Me Neither. Listen in for short two and a half minutes to get nine other facts, and then you can talk about it using the National Bald is Beautiful Day Hashtag even though it wasn't the true intent of the Hashtag. My guest today is John Gay when I reached out to John About being a guest, it made me a bit sad I met John podcast movement in two thousand eighteen and then again last year. But with no in person event this year, we wouldn't be able to catch up face to face. John's podcasts is called the jags show, which is focused around podcasts. He is short weekly episodes and then mixes in longer form interviews with industry people. In this episode, he interviews Rob Greenlee of the newly formed podcast academy. They talk about the industry and then give details about the academy which a lot of us are curious about. In fact, this episode reminded me to join the academy as soon as I finish recording. For last recommendation John Comes back with fellow bald man met cuddle who hosts the sound off podcast. Matt did a lengthy interview with Boston legend Mistress Carey about her departure from w. a. f., and her venture into podcasting. For today's extra awes- I'll let you know that I've been going to the same barber since high school even after moving four hours away. But due to the pandemic, my nephew is now cutting my hair is real job corporate advertising.

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PPP Loans Help Nearly 200 Philadelphia Businesses

KYW 24 Hour News

01:17 min | 2 months ago

PPP Loans Help Nearly 200 Philadelphia Businesses

"Philadelphia businesses would get a crack at cash from the payroll protection program. Says it helped about 200 of those businesses, awarding a total of more than $7 million. Notably City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe has the story. Dr. Santa Coriolis tried to get a P P P loan from two different large banks last spring when no one was coming to his cardiology practice, and it looked like you might have to lay off his six employees. He got nowhere. Then he heard about Linda Stry was almost like a breath of questions. I'll tell you, I was able to very quickly put my education. I was getting very clear. Frequent communications I felt included in the process industry is a community development. Financial institution CEO Everett San says its mission was to support businesses that for various reasons, big banks, including its partner, Goldman Sachs, wouldn't lend. Tio got Nell Stallone's Who got barbers We've got But restaurants we've got doctors, lawyers, accountants going to make sure their team members don't leave tryingto make sure they have enough money to make it through. It was a tiny fraction of the total lending but to customers like Dr Corey Alice met everything to me. Pat Lowe became Y. W NewsRadio, House Democrats will investigate whether the

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Turns out, the people who work at Facebook are fighting just as much as the rest of us

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:23 min | 3 months ago

Turns out, the people who work at Facebook are fighting just as much as the rest of us

"Out the people who work at facebook are fighting just as much as the rest of us from American public media. This is marketplace tech I'm Ali would. FACEBOOK is feeling the pressure to deal with election disinformation this week, the FBI uncovered a new Russian propaganda campaign targeting the twenty twenty election facebook announced. It would block new political ads for a week before the election on Thursday it said it would take down videos in which the president urged people in. North. Carolina to vote twice, which is illegal and activist asked facebook to ban event listings like the one that encouraged people to arm themselves and go to Kenosha. Wisconsin to confront protesters two people were shot and killed in Kenosha. So how does it feel to work at facebook right now, Ryan Mack is a senior tech reporter at buzzfeed. He says, the company has an internal communications platform called workplace and it is full of debate. Imagine what's going on on your facebook feed right now and that's happening exactly in the same way internally at facebook where there's more than fifty thousand police at have access to this thing. People are mad. There's other side as well in some cases. Defending the gunman in playing devil's. In In. So this is kind of devolved into this back and forth where Zucker actually stepped in earlier this week. and Said, look we need to have more discussions. We're GONNA. Movies into certain groups, but you're not gonNA be able to. Post openly argumentative things on our platform and the funny thing about workplaces at things also trend on workplace as well. So you can see when when things trend and so these things that get a lot of engagement because of the arguments often trend at the top which then creates this positive feedback loop where where people an arguing more and seeing it more and yeah. So it's it's it's not pretty. So, you're saying that facebook has an internal facebook. then. Mark. Zuckerberg has stepped in to police. The irony is hurting me in the head right now. He's announced kind of these new ways of looking at content. It remains to be seen what they actually do. There are hundreds if not thousands of groups on workplace and so imagine that you're at home all day you're cooped up you WANNA talk to your colleagues you WanNa be in the mix Were places where you're hanging out right for people who haven't been facebook I mean it's like entering to city a dreamy bubble, right? It's a city it like every wall is covered with art all the conference rooms have cute names. There's like redwood growing in the middle of their. Outdoor Park. There's the roof garden. A barber, you have a barbecue shop. Bikes repair shop. Yeah. Right. An and all, and they're balloons all over the like it's your face. Booker Verse Serie You. Know I mean it's like it is a lovely place to be, and I wonder if that's your thing you now that you have people at home like sort of like snapped out of it a little bit. If that you know if you were watching Mark Zuckerberg screen instead of in a room with all of your friends and fellow believers. Would it change your perspective a little bit. Does. Eliminate some of the the experience of working at facebook. It's actually really funny. 'cause we get these So before all hands meetings, facebook employees up vote questions of what they want to ask. Mark. Zuckerberg for the week and some of the questions like when are we gonna get like a snack budget for home? Are we gonNA like how do we get? How are we gonNA improve our lives at home and they were actually bonuses given to employees at trying to improve homeworking situations. They have disability to watch and send out you know some of their thoughts on what's going on as it happens whereas like if there was no pandemic, they were in the office, it'd be most of them would be watching this remember park. I guess the other question is, do you have a sense of how many people? ARE THAT UPSET BECAUSE They don't seem to be having huge impact. So it's interesting. FACEBOOK has these internal surveys. One of the questions in there as you think, facebook is making the world a better place. Right after the company did not take down the infamous looting shooting post from Donald Trump, you saw like twenty, twenty, five percentage point drop. That is facebook's data showing their employees are. Not Believing in that mission anymore at least or at least this one incident caused leave not mission. Would you say they have a chance at making that internal change. One of the things here that people have to realize that the power lies in the hands of Mark Zuckerberg he. Has Decision Making power because he made maintains majority voting control over the company. We look back at the walkout, for example, at the beginning of June in the company released a statement and said like we hear you kind of thing but like. Mark Zuckerberg really do anything to change how the company operates think so in like. It's up to him basically, what happens on the platform Ryan Mack is a senior tech reporter at buzzfeed.

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A Conversation With Rep. Ayanna Pressley

Hysteria

05:29 min | 3 months ago

A Conversation With Rep. Ayanna Pressley

"Representative Presley. First of all, we love you. So you know it's going to be a hard hitting interview. With. We love you. Let's let's get into it. Okay. So president trump has clearly included playing up unrest in cities in part of his reelection strategy. He's even gone as far as to imply Democrats are to blame for escalating violence at protests, how Progressives and Democrats push for police reform in a world where an attempt at pursuing justice is spun as a rush to anarchy by right wing media and used as an excuse to become violent by law enforcement officials. Say It's thrilled to be here with all of you. Thank you. I'm big admirers in the ends of the two of you and glad to be with you today. You know what can I say about Donald? Trump. These already the dog whistles anymore there are just blaring horns you know wrapped up in incendiary soundbites and cruel policy in calcium administration. So it's very predictable. This is an old play in this sort of in movement building work you know we're used to it. How do we advance policy? The way always advanced policy as a nation nestor movements you. Know a lot of people when they reflect back on those grainy images, those black and white images of protests and demonstrations. In the nineteen sixties, they will define the progress came out of that solely as the voting rights act in the civil rights at but honestly that movement was the blueprint for every progressive piece of legislation thereafter. So this is how legislation is moved its through movement building and social transformation. That is why now things like inviting qualified immunity which bill that I introduced representative Justin Amash are now part of public discourse that is from organizing mobilizing. Conversations around reimagining our budgets to actually value black lives that has everything to do with the power of movement building, and so we have to continue to do that. We're in this moment of national reckoning on racial injustice is a culture shift occurring people. Now, a very unapologetically affirm that black lives matter but now that has to translate into power shift that is reflected in who we elect to office the laws that we right in the budgets that right those are the only. Receipts that matter. So if you believe that black lives, matter than black representation matters than black data matters, then black home ownership matters black entrepreneurialism matters in. So that's how I seek to legislate is in a very precise way and I'll in here by saying the disproportion hate heard her that has been foisted onto black Americans for generations was not naturally occurring. It was legislated was precise in codified lawmaking until the path forward must be one where we are also precise reverend. Barber. Poor. People's campaign someone that I look too often and just someone admire tremendously. Grateful for his moral clarity and conviction says for moment of reckoning the demands, a third reconstruction, and so that's what we need to be squarely focused. Dohrn is what does that third construction looked like and how do we enlist everyone from organizers to lawmakers as community builders in that reconstruction of a better word equitable world IANNA and I'm calling you Iona because I've known you since the ninety s and that's just how it's going to be. When you when you were telling me what's what? Let's not forget? This week. Joe Biden gave a speech and he released an ad where he made the point to clarify that contrary to what the trump camp is saying about him. He doesn't actually like property destruction that has occurred were some protests have occurred? By doing this Biden, allowing trump to control the conversation. Let me just say this there is an effort to infiltrate into undermine the impact of the black lives matter movement, and the fact that these motivation efforts have continued, which is constitutional. Right to assemble to peacefully protest descent is the ultimate patriotism. James Baldwin said I extensively paraphrase like I criticized this country America because I, love it just that much. She can and must be better. I think we have to be careful to make sure that our movements are not co-opted the people that I see in community who are the four of these movements bay, our community builders, not destroyers and the people that are doing that are infiltrators who won the black lives matter movement to be aligned to be mischaracterize. The people doing the work of justice seeking our peacekeepers you know and I, also think it's important that we not completely rewrite history and sanitize what these movements have looked like in the past. No. So people will bring up Dr King and they'll bring up John Lewis. Will John Lewis was who practice nonviolent peaceful protests almost died on that bridge in many times thereafter in fact, many advocates have said we don't know how John Lewis made it out alive because they always focused on.

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Nancy Pelosi gets haircut inside San Francisco salon despite COVID orders

The John Phillips Show

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Nancy Pelosi gets haircut inside San Francisco salon despite COVID orders

"Trump's slam Nancy Pelosi after she was seen on security video visiting a San Francisco hair salon Monday without a mask and indoors, receiving a hair blowout service, which are big no nos in the city. You could now make an appointment to get your hair done. Salons and barber shops will be allowed to reopen for limited indoor services in L. A county. As long as they conformed to amended State Cove in 19 reopening guidelines, which include operating at 25% capacity.

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Los Angeles County hair salons, barber shops not allowed to resume indoor services yet despite new state guidelines

KNX Evening News

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles County hair salons, barber shops not allowed to resume indoor services yet despite new state guidelines

"Salons in L. A county are anxiously awaiting final approval so they can get back in business. Johnny Check only the order of head Better salon and Triple Dog says salons were safe even before the pandemic, and he says, you can rest assured they'll be even safer when they open their doors again. We're just really excited about being able to operate safely being able to service our clients being ableto serve our communities. And, uh, we're ready to meet the cast. Because he helped establish the guidelines for re opening as part of the city task force, including lower capacity and mandatory appointments. And he tells K attacks. Those policies helped influence the governor's decision. Salons are used to operating extremely clean, extremely safe. We do that even without a virus going around, So what we did was we really had to get in front of his face and show him how well it went for us. As opposed to other sectors of industry. He says salons have been treated unfairly by California, which to his knowledge was the only state where salons were still closed.

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"barber" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

07:06 min | 4 months ago

"barber" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"One sports net. The following program is a podcast one dot com production from Hollywood California by way of the broken skull ranch. This is the Steve. Austin show Gimme a hail yeah. Here's Steve Austin. Got Endlessly on video scope as Randy Macho, man savage would say Aka a rooster barber beefcake. Sitting here looking animal video God, Dang, man, you only cross paths a few times in our lustrous careers. It's good to see you look like you're doing well how you feel it. Feel great! I'm large. About six, three and two eighty. Will you in your prime and wwf thought to fifty five. To fifty. You know you go up and down. Sometimes long road things would knock you down five or ten. Then you get a little time off and Bam. You get a few more days in the gym. You could pump up a little bit I dude. I know exactly what you're saying. Sometimes in in the lane days in the US. W. A. They call that nutrisystem territory. Then reason it call that because everybody that went, there lost weight. WW dependent on how hard you run and if you know what a main running! Crowd and sometimes. If you got out of the gym, you know you'd start looking like hell and then get back into the Jim. Thank coming back around, but always wondered you maintain your physique to a really high degree and listen on this interview. I'll listen to a couple of your other interviews on the Internet, so we're GONNA jump all over the place like we've riding up down the road. If that's with you, that's great. That's great. Great, Hey man! I'm glad I got an email and you may started a direct message each other on twitter and you decided to write. A book is called Strutton and cut the true story of Brutus Barber. beefcake, so what made you decide up and wrote a book because I went through the process and for me, it was just paying es. How was this for you? Oh, it's. It's been a long road. Man started years ago. With a guy out of New York City What was his Epstein Scott Epstein who passed away a couple of years ago I. Don't know if you knew him or not. He was around that New York. Territory and you know. Like a manager thing close to superstar, Billy Graham I guess I one of his buddies, but you get real nice guy and hooked up with him, and we started working on on the book few years back, and then he up and died, and his wife went broke and wouldn't give anybody access to anything. So all my notes everything that I did for bike two and a half years was lost I to start over. How were you at the recall process because I went through? This is after my infamous. Take your ball and go home. Thing and I never wanted to write a book, and so when I came back, and said okay, I'll write a book and hooked up with my very good friend Jim Ross and Dennis Brent helped out, but man they really it's. The gaps for me because I I don't remember a whole lot of the things I did I. was you recall and she lost all that notes trying to put it all back together for this book, it was brutal. And I've had some pretty serious concussions especially back in that accident so. He put but I. Did it did help talking to certain people that especially like Greg Valentine, because him and together for Spurs, years and stuff and talking to him it would help to. Kind of put stuff board back in in order you know sometimes you're in my mind. Be jumping around thinking well. This happened this year, and then then we went to here and there now have be all jumbled up, so it was tough. It was art. Hey, let's go back to when. I was reading in some of the notes that Kennison over to Megan I grew up in Florida, but one of the things he kicked over to me that you back in the day enjoyed hunting oh. Yeah, man, notch for the time I was. Probably about ten or eleven. Some neighbors down the street new. Guys. Dad was a big time of bird. Hunter. Docs hits real nice. He's Italian shotguns. I can't remember the name, but I mean he had a at sixteen twenty, and over under. I mean there were these rural expensive guns we would. And we saw. Let us shoot them. Even though we were kids and stuff man, it was a blast. Suggested in watching you wall to the ring a you WanNa. You Wanna I i. consider it one of the best gimmicks of all time I mean first of all you're on row just as Brutus beefcake, but when you turn it into the barber thing to see you all down the aisle with those big hedge clippers, cheers and hear from San Francisco California and I'm looking at the notes, says you at back in a day. You are an avid hunter like just don't venture brutus out in the woods. Young Man, just grow grow up. Her Flyers Lot slakes. Back back in those days it wasn't so developed so man. We were out for DOT. Cotton dove hunting quail hunting. There was a lot of birds. And then just I had a friend that had guns, so we just took. Guns with us all the time we out in the woods and we were kids with guns. flashed. Grown up in Florida. You played baseball. We're GONNA. Contact for to play football as well or did you concentrate on baseball? Because of the I went to Catholic School for the first nine years. There was no full bosseaux. Basically basketball baseball was the two. Then once we got high school I tried football team and screw my knees up and summer practice, and then by the time it came back to to start at the year I just had lost and lost interest in just. As Fun as I thought, it was going to be I love baseball. That's was it. was you play US catcher and pitching? Played You had a pretty good arm, mommy, yeah, I loved it. I said Hey man, you can throw. You can throw a baseball pretty heartless, dry out at Pitcher, and I can throw strikes. I didn't have any junk didn't have any curve balls, but as soon as a batter stepped up to the plate, and that's when it messed me up because I didn't WanNa hit anybody. So that's what I got wild and all over the place, so they just kept me behind the plate and I'd gun him down when I ran a second base. I was fun I. Remember doing a few times. We loved it. Up in Florida hadn't been held the time for a young man or a young kid like yourself is far is trying to get into businesses of pro I. Know Texas was a hotbed. It was hot in Dallas. Houston San Antonio and of course. I grew up on Houston Roselyn. Men. When did you first catch? An I R. are get wind up professional wrestling. And when did you fall in love with well back Geez I don't even know what you're. My my oldest sister was kind of a tomboy and so she. talked me into going to the wrestling matches at the armory in Tampa then.

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"barber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"barber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"At Iraqi talking about we're wedding and reception stories we've got a million of them going on yes we do let's go to it's gonna barber on cell barber far away what he got okay I am really eager to organised into substitutes from time to time and I played a leading back in nineteen seventy four and the reason I mention the gear because that was nearly street and the reason I mention that to the bride was hi all all of a sudden I heard commotion congregations sprinkler went streaking through one end of the sanctuary in else the other but you know I'm someone who is totally blind I had no idea I kept playing until I was told I'm not distracted by after the wedding when I learned what really happened minister was very parents and he will bring the possibility of channel nine coming to interview him and he called the president at that time to make sure he had his bases covered in case turned out nobody came to interview him he was shaken up by the whole experience because of the fact that I was not distracted right so who did it turn out to be was a somebody's rather something do you know it I might have been somebody who may be one of the best friend of roll wedding party I'm not really sure I didn't get to really find out who it was I just thought I read that random strangers thank you for the call winds of the middle of a wedding was like I'm yeah that's good let's let's go to misty and misty what he got far away so every chance I get you're welcome the one word that I heard she was seen in the past Nancy they over with her so she would show up for work sounds like she needed a man to call and she was thirty one year we got we got married on day and it has yet to call on our anniversary date changes every year but on our wedding day my husband was two hours late showing up for a wedding it's often felt after all my bachelor party ladies that I didn't find out until many years later but portion so it all worked out really he was laid.

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"barber" Discussed on Run That Prank

Run That Prank

07:46 min | 5 months ago

"barber" Discussed on Run That Prank

"Happy June eighteenth, everyone and happy father's Day to all the wonderful fathers out there coming up at the top of the Kurds. Here. Like that some. Through grandfather some. Excellent father. Times excellent father. He is man. James Good Dad Change. And you to. We all the dead. Yeah, really just not appreciated. We not appreciate. Mother is understand it but down. We actually. Have a what mother's gay just half of it. Tuned. Okay so what? Put the baby in there. Man. Some barbecue by the House or something? Go. You only on the basis at the restaurant restaurant be wide, open Honi and love. And if you takes me happy father's day after three PM damaged save. Not. Having. Here how we? Were going to wake up to my happy father's Day. I need to wake up their. Go So, what are you want? You want the kids all around. You I'll tell you what I want to put it in a song it is. Guy Run. To? Leamy to. Me To hell alone. Sending messages. Seattle won't. Leave me alone six of a meal right here. In Atlanta six. Dale. OBVIOUS IN A. D D be comparing. My today s not be going to hear you over their full. rigmarole. This prank with the nephew got today. To shop today Y'all this right here is the blind Baba the blame the blind. Bob. Does! You know it Mexico cast. Your. I'm trying to reach A. That run the the. Yeah, you now you under the barber shop down their. Own! Okay I'm trying to see if if y'all got any booth rentals don now I can come in there, and cut somehow I've been cut how long time I WANNA see. If y'all got some roomed on now, they tell you might. You might have had some come available. I got to open. Read. Not You need a boot. On I'm trying to get in there and get the cutting on. You know how much you charge for booth rental on a weekly basis. Two hundred dollars a week two hundred. Eight hundred dollars a month. That's still good two hundred now. Where do you cannot get down, so you can meet you know when you show me around the shop song. Know what I'm open from eight to seven. That's two to sadness all around. Because I want to see maybe meat, you get down and feel my way around. Come out what I WANNA ask you. Do you mind doing for me? You think you could possibly put up some ramps where you got steps at and and your phone. Can you take your mind if you take the phone and put it in Braille? Way Way Man! What the Hell I need to put my. Can Take it around. Sidon and putting falls in Brill's. What was going on g well, I'm. Blind you know I'm not GonNa let that stop me, you know I'm still gonNA, go. No, no, no, no, he'll now man you wait a minute. You what I'm blind, but see I've been cutting my hair for over ten years. Folks they my. How could always look good so i? Didn't figure I'M GONNA. START CUTTING HAM now. You might incur. There might be some good. But just can't cut head my shop, not being glad that your. Show man. No problem with that, but but you. Can't. Wait and see what they calling -scriminate. You can't do that. You can't gave him people. Got Some type of handicap blown still you. Listen case man. I'm not trying to be trying to put you out of business. Doing what you need to do, but you just can't do that must shop. It discrimination scramming nation screw putting the issue to what that not admitted my not yeah, you can't do listen not on know how to Cook Hand Know How to give folks lining instead like trying to you know raisin, nothing like that, but oh, come all do. Take your plants up. To Act trying to cut out? What on like dough this would I feel like macaulay? Can't do it in my Chevron saw no goodness. That's what I don't I don't care to hear something like this. Not been got the qualifications and I'm able to do. It and I want to be able to come on now and I told you. What I tell, Ya, I wanted to feel my way around did not say need to feel your way back. I believe we'll see what you're doing that. We don't care about you being able to cut out being blind. You got the BBC to do that. Probably due to do one for your job, people come from miles around to see somebody like myself cutting. Out Did. You hear what I said. Heard what you see what I don't want you to do it. Make me mad. Don't get mad about something that belonged to me. I'm I'm. Really. This you blind I can't help you when you run. On with that now listen I'm GonNa tell you this and I'm GonNa. Tell you straight I'm coming down that shop I'm fairly boost and start cutting now. One thing I don't want to do it. Have to get into no tussle which not? giving. With me that you bring you up in my shop. Around. But I'm coming down coming down. There is evening now. What you? Know what. My Jack you'll go you go. What Bob Blind man at what you do you go see it. Come and either you. Got The money to pay my boo rent. Money you're blessed. Brad. You understand what I say to you I'm understanding what you're saying about. Got To call the law about you being discriminatory low, you can call in and you want to call that might. You, not going to do that can stand up there and you now you bring your. Good name. I'll be waiting on your. Coming down that this evening I'm coming an oncoming new up Yup. Good you. The discriminate Disney. That'd be. Fish To, be. They give me the give me and said you is do one that dude. Round Bob Shop. You don't call my personal number. You Call Them I. Didn't do that mega-bombs. Some men looking for jobs. Your personal phone Disney. Go Watch your tone when we.

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"barber" Discussed on Into America

Into America

08:18 min | 5 months ago

"barber" Discussed on Into America

"Bishop Barber so many years after Dr King's nineteen sixty eight movement We've seen the percentage of Americans living below the poverty line actually increase. With that backdrop, what are the actual challenges of organizing coalitions, especially black and white right? Because sometimes it seemed like folks would be voting in a similar interests, but getting folks together. It's tough especially along racial lines. Well it is to some degree especially when people don't try and assumed that it can't be done. Why has it been hard because since poor people's campaign, and and then the Baynes Johnson's war on poverty to actually began in Harlan County Kentucky. Was the last time you heard a debate on poverty at presidents haven't. When's the last time you've heard a debate on racism on voter suppression? That's the problem. Our politics have been trapped by a neoliberal imagination. That says on the one hand. If you just deal with the middle class that fix everything or on the other hand, you have extreme social darwinism connected to neo liberalism says if you just take care to at the top, it'll trigger now. Both of those imaginations are to anemic to deal with the reality of forty three percent of the people in America right now, living in poverty and low well four hundred dollars away from an economic disaster now society can't stand up for so long. And so what we have found is that if you go to people as we have gone. I remember when we were told. Go to Kentucky, don't go to Harlan County. Don't go to Corbin Kentucky You can't do anything up there. Those people races those counties voted for trump. When we went, we found out first of all. Yes, people, many people that voted for for trump. Didn't even vote number two. We found out that people there felt like they were left out number three when we taught them to connections between systemic racism voter, suppression and people getting elected, who actually were hurting them? The irony is most people to get elected by racist voter suppression. When they get in office, they vote on policy. That hurt mostly poor white people in raw numbers. People would say well. We need to be together and we actually saw three counties in Kentucky chain from trump to Democrat in this last governor's race, and the governor Juan and the governor acknowledged on the night of his election. He didn't. We never endorsed, but he said I was taught in this campaign. There's some things not about left and right, but about right and wrong. That's the language that we use so it is tough, but what is the West the option? I was talking to a consultant one time, and he says well the metrics tell us the poor people and poor black people. White people don't get together. When of you taking your metric ham parts into the field? Measurements. If the king the measure measuring, he never went to Selma. People said was the wrong place the wrong time it was to deep into sow. It won't work they're GONNA kill you. I'm not against metrics because we use them, but metrics can never determine our imagination. Either we have given up a human possibility and humanity and redemption. We've not enough in our movement. We've. Not to give up and we're seeing the results of so is hard, but there's something worse. Does something harder and that's living in an Unequal Society? There's also a place to remain where I live in faith. My faith teaches me that this one of the great see'ums is not trying and failing. Is never trying is losing your belief. Losing your hope is deciding becoming apathetic because everything we celebrate today as progressive a hundred years ago, we would told it never be possible. Somebody has to get out of that. It can never be done and go to work. Even, the backdrop of what you've been doing and we see recently with the black lives matter movement you turn the TV on, and you see crowds that are either completely white half, white and much white folks in a way that we just haven't seen it. Five years ago, that's right. Appreciate about this kind of upstart black lives matter movement and the Coalition Air Building and how? What you're doing and what they've been able to do, coalesce and come together. or we work together because I mean I'm in conversation went focal black lives. Matter we work together. I love it and I would say though this didn't just happen. Because of one person being murdered, there was a lot of organizing. Going owned it. That was the kindling. The spark may have happened. Just like Rosa parks sat down. Right, but then where people organizing montgomery long before she set down, they put out fifty thousand leaflets in Montgomery about the boycott that few days after Rosa. Parks set down. Ain't no way in the world. They zero fifty thousand people on them old little xerox machine in two days. Right somebody is order now. They may not have told us, but somebody it is organized a plan for. My point is. History has told us is always happened, and what I know about black lives matters. They understand that police violence is a form of violence and a form of racism, but we also need fundamental reconstruction of this of this society. I tell the folks in the poor people's campaign. Listen I do. I don't know if this campaign is going to. Fix most of the things, or if this campaign is going to start to fix, or this campaign is just won't change the narrative and bill power, and then we move out of the way as other folks takeover, but I know it's going to do something and I know in every age. We have to do something. And what we have to do is stop trying to find a silver bullet or trying to find a one thing. Don't worry about who will get the credit. Just keep working and declaring your non violent resistance to the violent ways of this society, and as the old folks say will understand it better by by. So before I. Let you go I, definitely talk about this. Saturday it's a culmination of a lot of work. Does it feel like you've arrived at this moment? You can exhale or is this the beginning? Of More work after the Saturday the tell us about what's going on. Saturday and what happens after that you know, this is the commencement and commencing so on Saturday we are going to have a digital gathering. People, thousands will be joining, US online or more than two hundred various outlets, and MSNBC is one of them and others w long us to use your platform. and. You know it's going to be powerful is going to be hot wrenching, but it will also be hopeful and we got simple goals. Put a face on this issue. So that no longer can it. Poverty Racial is or run away from. Number to. Change the narrative in order to change the narrative. You gotta change the narrators. Somebody's been hurting. People is gone on far too long, and we will not be silent anymore. Animal, this is the beginning not an end, and then the third thing is to announce the agenda what we've demanding and saying the candidates. You don't have to ask us a endorse you endorsed is agenda and people will know we're going to evaluate. WHO's closest to this agenda. WHO's closest to you may not get everything, but who's closest, who's really gonNA lift up and deal with the fact of one hundred and forty three million people living in poverty in the last thing is. We're saying we're going. Be a power. We're going to register people for the movement who vote and turn them out for the election, but also turned him own after the election. We won't agenda and we're. GonNa push because if America can't get this right in the midst of a pandemic and the midst of death, and in midst of all this police bomb, if we can't have a reconstruction and attorney now, God help us, God help us as a nation time out time out for moderation. I want to quote a white, man. who was a friend of the deep historic? A friend of mine I didn't know him, but he's a friend of mine. His name is William. Lloyd garrison. He.

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"barber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"barber" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Barber just talking to all these incredible people the things they all go through during a crisis yeah and notices of course this generation and I mean when I say this generation I meet people who were fifty sixty and seventy this generation is the is the generation that feeling with people who are living until there is ninety or ninety five years old and often in very poor health and so this generation has really shoulder a lot between raising their own families and children and they're taking care of the elders my mother's ninety going on ninety one she still drives she goes to the store she puts a mask on the store people all know her in the your letter teller to go home but she's doing her thing she's she's saying I want to live then I'm not gonna be contract counteracted gather a finance you know a lot of people are caring for people that are in fairly poor health and very hard can you change an astrological reading or is it set in stone you catch it you can't change it it is what it is what happens is that the moment of birth there's an electromagnetic frequency imprint on that organism on that incident and that goes throughout one's whole life and we can watch that imprint always true for births deaths and see what's going on which is pretty amazing it really is barber your website again is your name right yeah and cloud twenty twelve dot com hand cloud twenty twelve dot com linked up at coast to coast AM dot com she's got a trilogy coming out to the books are already done revelations of the ruby crystal revelations of the Aquarian age what did you write up waking in the planetary mind that came out in twenty eleven and it first came out in August two thousand and one it was titled catastrophe phobia you remember that I sure do we'll stay with us barber gonna come back.

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"barber" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

04:37 min | 9 months ago

"barber" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"By the way doctor. Strange or your doctor. Strange right. He's a doctor. He's in all of the darker straight. He's he is doc Dr Hoopoe. It's not the same doesn't they don't they? Don't make the connection but doctor strange's Dr Hill drank so we're flipping through your phone and you know a lot of people who's the most famous person and TV's phone right now That's a good question. Who's the most famous person? I mentioned some really good day. I'll say I'll say Alex Rodriguez only because of who is dated you soon to be marrying right. I'm going to go back to another Mount Rushmore Question. But this time for the giants who would be. Obviously he's GonNa. I'm not on the Mount Rushmore. The giants Lt Is there. Frank Gifford Wellington clearly Was a great owner. Probably Georgiana aim in In change like the feel of the team after That whole that fumble F- of Herm Edwards Fumble returned it. That's what Czanka right. I'd say those four. That's good Mount Rushmore. For the giants. Okay two more mine. Is Your Favorite Sports Movie Sports? Moving maybe the SANDLOT. It's a good one. The bad news bears what I remember watching the most allows a kid is related to some of those kids right just wanted to go be a part of something and just everybody was terrible. I so relate to that to dave last one. It he lost one. If you could give advice to a young Tiki Bar Barber for ten seconds. What would that advice wide by two young TIKI barber like a young Tiki barber like twelve or young Tiki Barber? Like eighteen will whenever you think he needs advice or give both might be an interesting a surprise you I would. I would tell Tiki Barber before he went to college. Pursue the technical career that you wanted not the NFL. Wow I often I often think about this like an audit athletes. You noticed gust because you see this with Europe. Some here former teammates they get lost and they think balls over and it's like man with doing now and I'm not lost by any stretch. I had a very full life. My wife is fantastic. My kids a grade. My careers is exactly where I wanted to be but I often think back to ninety seven when I graduated it was the dawn of the Internet like it was it was about to happen and I love I mean I can't I mean I loved it more football. I'm not joking and I often think what if I had chosen to actually go work for Oracle or Microsoft Right Not that I could have because obviously that point you're expected go the NFL. Would I have been like what would what would I be a billionaire now? What right what? What changed like country world changing technology? Could I have developed Just and I don't know like if I take that if I take him. The same work ethic made successful as an NFL player and applied it to that world. That computer design world. What would I? I knew you wouldn't you wouldn't have been squatting. Six hundred pounds now. What he thought about running around. I have athlete. Right slaps. Yeah you've just been using a lot more up here that's for sure. Yeah Yeah sometimes. I regret not using more earlier..

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"barber" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

11:58 min | 11 months ago

"barber" Discussed on FT Politics

"The most turbulent. Let's go years in living memory. Westminster has thankfully taken a break over Christmas and so a week. Brexit it's shuffling towards completion but with not much on the agenda right now it seems opportune moment to look back with a bit of perspective and to do just I'm joined by a very special guest. This week Lionel Barber who I'm sure listeners. Know is editor of the F. T.. He joined the paper in nineteen eighty five and served firstly as our Washington in correspondent plus was bureau chief news editor of the last fourteen years editor. He's overseeing the F. T. transformation for my print product to primarily a digital organ and he is stepping down at the beginning of January. So I thought it'd be good to sit down with a look back over British politics from his time at the F.. T. Line of thank you very much for joining. Thank you for the invitation set. So we're sitting here a week. After Boris Johnson's election victory which was quite a surprise forever and the sheer scale of that majority when when you saw the exit polls coming. What were your immediate thoughts thumping win? I thought he would win. The Conservatives would beat Jeremy Corbin's wins Labor they had a flawed candidate and as we said INARA Detoro a very flawed policy program. I thought maybe forty or fifty so. At not was above my expectations. Maybe above their expectations in some gorgeous. I think that's absolutely true that even inside the conservative campaign the day before they were saying oh a majority of one is still a victory so there was a lot of nervousness about that. Bush Johnson is quite curious characters prime minister in one that typically the FTE has always supported pro business candidates but both Johnson Pu something interesting question for us because he business than Jeremy Corbyn but his exit is it policy still leaves a lot of unanswered questions and potentially economic disruption to while I've known Boris Johnson since Nineteen ninety-two when I first met him actually in Lisbon at the summit in the summer I was told the you see that young men with long blond hair he's going to be your biggest competitive patches threat in Brussels and I thought man to watch well. He's done very well. Hasn't reached high office welby on journalism for the F.. T. We found found it very difficult to back him and the Tories this time round because he represented and led the brexit campaign and we would not in favor of Brexit on the other have a hand. The majority sentiment was clearly not in favor of another hung parliament and stars for another three years of what we've had we felt. Let's now have a fresh start. He's got a clear majority and something of a mandate but we need to know what kind of Brexit he wants. What kind kind of trade terms with Europe and all these things? We hope to shape in the future debate because of course even Boris Johnson has now banned the word brexit from actually johnny the thirty for civil servants and no longer allowed to use that word as so desperate to get that message of getting brexit done across. But as we've often said those those hard choices ahead head. What's The new word? Exit the Glorious Future. I Lo- Britain the people's Britain perhaps the channel people's governments thing. So when we get to this time next year which will be the big crunch point. Is there a trade deal. Do we spill out on. WTO terms or do we extend what would be your gut look slightly backwards. I if you think of the thousands tens of thousands of woods spilt about well again to crash out of the European Union. No I think and actually that wasn't gonNA happen because it serves no one's interest. They all play a game of chicken. I think Johnson's going to be much tougher in the negotiations this time. Round Theresa may was very passive accommodating. I think it will be a tough negotiation. I think probably it's going to be a bad bones. Trade Agreement demint so no tariffs but that's not necessarily friction free access to the single market. I think they'll want to do a deal on goods but sevices though want freedom from so if they can't agree they'll sort of say we'll have a mini deal and then we'll build on that in the future and I think it will come back to this dilemma. That in many of our colleagues have written about which is about fish versus financial services. That if you're looking at economic interests you would do a deal to keep us in lockstep with the blocks on in financial services to protect the city of London but in return for that the e will want to continue access to a fishing waters. and where Mister Johnson's new vote. Well it's not people in the city of London is people who have fishing poles well. Clearly financial services are a lot more important than fish but fish is politically a real stinker. But more seriously. I'm not sure whether we all the majority view in the government or indeed in the Bank of England and the Treasury is for close alignment with the European Union on financial services. Actually I think they'd be happy to diverge. I think a lot of those new conservative. MP's you've been elected for the first time are particularly concerned about goods because a lot of some come from manufacturing industry so as you said getting a break to deal in goods with zero tariffs is very straightforward. But it comes down to those non-tariff barriers in those supply fly chains and of course the litmus test I will be Nissan in Sunderland which is not quite represented by conservative. MP Area now has a big number of them and if that plant gets into trouble then knots tens of thousands of jobs on the line that and the supply chain. is you say around Nissen. The crucial thing is in two thousand twenty twenty. We're going to hear a lot more about one word and that's going to be standard because people were talking too much in terms of tariffs. That's not the issue you can and be prevented from access to market not just by Taras but actually by standards. That's the key. Yes and of course what Mr Johnson talked about about state aid. That's just the kind of thing that Brussels negotiators are going to want the UK to stay at the same level with the EU on that. And the you and I was there in November and I went and talked to all the key negotiators for an article. I was writing about which somewhat personal giving my career as a European correspondent based in Brussels cooled point of departure. When essentially I was saying we all GonNa leave and it was striking? How worried they were about out? state-aid rules being breached in effect. That Britain would also cut taxes dramatically and become sort of some offshore hedge fund. Well it's the Singapore on Thames thing that we hear so often about now. I mentioned this on which helpfully takes us right back to the beginning of your career when you joined the F.. T. in the mid eighties right. The pump of Thatcherism and there are some strange powers with British politics then and now. The European debate hadn't quite kicked off but Labor was in a left-wing wrote it was was getting saved by Neil Kinnock who the neo connect of today is going to be but when you look back on those thatch ears because a lot of conservatives viewed as a moment of on adulterated triumph is that how you view it. Well I started my career in Scotland in nineteen seventy nine on the Scotsman. And of course that matched when Margaret Thatcher Gotcha came to power. She made an impact so quickly with removing foreign exchange controls and then really letting the pound rise and manufacturing factoring got crucified. And I was the industrial correspondent. I moved to the Sunday Times. And someone said you'll like the monasteries correspondent under Henry the eighth because it was really being devastated. So you get through that. And then as you say Margaret Thatcher one thousand nine hundred eighty five eighty six eighty seven. She's in pump actually number one Europe is beginning to take off because of the single market. It's before the Maastricht treaty but this talk of a monetary union and Margaret Thatcher Eighty. Seven gives her Bruce Speech and the last point is the story that I made my reputation on in one thousand nine hundred eighty six sakes was the western too fat. Which essentially was Michael Hesseltine building? A case for you got to help this Western helicopter company. It should be a European. We don't want to go with the Americans and that was a proxy for the European political battle and it cost two cabinet ministers Leeann Britain and Michael Heseltine Sultani and she went for the American option in the end which was where her political heartless as opposed to you up but of course it was that time as well yes the UK was part of forming the single ullmark but it was also when Jack Law came to the TC conference and gave his famous speech. That said that you was going to be a social project. And that was when the left assaulted turned more pro European and the vice to determine more. US skeptic there was no evidence at that point the UK would ever think about exiting the project. You're quite right. That was a very important moment. Jack Log did come to the. TC there was no real. Talk of super-state. Everything changed in one thousand nine hundred ninety German German unification and the price exacted for German unification was what the French inject a law called an economic and monetary union on the one hand balanced by political union now for people in Britain and particularly if one or two they were called euro-sceptics in those days is not brexit as these people said. It's a European superstate now. I never believed this. And in Maastricht which major negotiated that was a brilliant cake and eat it exercise because we didn't join the single currency there was no common European army. We went in the Schengen agreement on free movement so it was a brilliant negotiating excise bought the fact is the federalists won the argument in the long term a moisture was seen as a sellout and when you think back to that time. There was the famous cover of the Spectator magazine which Chancellor Kohl on the phone with Nicholas Ridley painting a Hitler Moustache and he gave an interview you that was fairly inflammatory and said this whole thing is a German racket. One thing that I think is often forgotten is how skeptical Margaret Thatcher in the Conservatives. Were about the German reunification and the impact that would have on the future of U up. She tried to stop it along with Francois Mitterrand. I was in Washington at the time and I covered that story in detail because I was covering national security and foreign policy in America's was politics and the Americas Baker and Bush said No. We need German unification in in respect to Nicholas Ridley a brilliant man. He's completely wrong. This was not a German racket. Actually European Monetary Union and move at Maastricht was to contain German power to anchor a united Germany not to increase German power before we get to the Meiji he is you obviously based in Washington. DC for quite a long time during that and you must have witnessed a lot of the Thatcher Reagan relationship which was probably the high point of the special the relationship after the Second World War. What do people get long about the special relationship? Because they had a similar worldview they will pushing similar politics but were there. Strategic Strategic Aims always aligned. First of all there was a remarkable personal rapport between Thatcher and Reagan. I may say that Charles mows the volume which. I'm reading at the moment of the biography of Margaret Thatcher is excellent in this respect. He really captures this chemistry. Some of the people around Reagan thought. Why are we giving so much space to this this woman? She's dictating the tune but she was ahead of Ronald Reagan in the overtures to Gorbachev in Soviet Union. She anticipated that he was as a person. The West could do business with the same time. There were one or two moments of real tension off to the record summit. Reagan essentially wanted to get rid of nuclear missiles.

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"barber" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"barber" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Barber and she was out this board of trustees eating and months prior the pulp pledge of allegiance had been taken out of these meetings because it's was standin racism or something of that sort and she was petitioning to have it added back in and I don't know if you saw the video Joe but whenever I saw it she was not making any inflammatory remarks whatsoever she was being very respectful just voicing her opinion and why she felt the pledge of allegiance was important she even brought up provider in father and some experiences she had and even at one point she was she was very respectful and she was even saying if you don't want to say the pledge of allegiance I would never force anyone to do that because I believe that is your right if you want to not not to do that that is your right to choose to do that or not and people were continuously interrupting her at this meeting heckling her even a group of students and if professors well would not let her speak they were yelling racist and some other things that it was just very upset it concerning an upsetting to see and under California law they have the brown act which is in a scenario like this the board of trustees would would be supposed to remove her or remove the hecklers from the situation so she could better voice her opinion and she wears her first amendment right to free speech and since they did not do that that is why she is suing on those grounds you think she'll win the meters you have a chance I'm not sure but what I do know is that it is still a big issue and that it's not just this incident again and what's very concerning to is that the pledge of allegiance something so basic an American is now racist and offensive to many people shouldn't be they're just been taught incorrectly they they oftentimes bring up the third verse of the star spangled banner and say that that makes that racist as well you're misreading it didn't understand really what it says at the end of the day I agree with her if you don't want to say you don't say it I do think is if like a teacher in the school says stand up what we do the pledge I think you should stand up but you don't have to say at that but of course you get your rights and we're not to tell them or to tell Terry in in this country but this woman voicing her opinion has every right to do so but this is the last game they shot you down they shut you up they call you a racist or homophobe you're a misogynist or whatever fill in the blank intersection thing that they want to do to try to shut you up I'm glad that she didn't shut up and I'll bet that brown act that you bring up probably was put in place to help the liberal agenda in California most most of these things are it sounds like she might really utilize it for her beliefs as well which is great yeah absolutely I wouldn't be surprised if that was the the intent of it but I'm also very glad I know lots of times the left uses races to just and the argument or something of that sort but I'm I'm glad she is going ahead with the the lawsuit to try to support the first amendment there good stuff Libby I appreciate you Livvie Krieger go follow her on Twitter I'll put links up there also go check okay with your form dot org I appreciate your time thank you so much for having me you bet we're back after this.

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"barber" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"barber" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"The barber the Barbara we asked about, because he'd always of Cuban heritage, so Zito's family. What's that good on their plan worth for here? It was one hundred seventy. I'm a good. The he's of Cuban descent, and he's from Chicago. And I don't know much about the Cuban people other than incredible coffee. Incredible sandwiches. Great Domino's card games as well. There's a place called Little Havana in Indiana that I love I go to guys names Giorgis from Cuba. His family runs the place hospitable. It's, it's an awesome thing it's all really passionate missile crisis. Oh, come on. Tony's. Grill shots at one arms. Do you wanna do that boxes already been checked? Again, I apologize reservedly. I, I would like to be said, Gorman's thoughts to not reflect the opinions of the entire show. What it on your Twitter, Gordon place. I am a fan of that guy. I saw make some place that doesn't sound like it. But zito. Now this might be wrong, but most Cubans have incredible hair. Yes. They do that is like something, right? And you do not you have great personality. Your very athletic quick, feeding your an incredible gamer. The tens of people watch you play every. Larry human being your director of morale, but the hair is not something that has come fully together on top of your head yet. And we don't know if that's ever gonna happen. Yeah. Jewish short on that, for sure. But it's crazy. Because me and digs we're looking at zeke's, Instagram like couple. Yeah. Like those are like twenty twelve z to have a good head of hair. I see gift everyone's while dumping a beer on and pouring it back every once in a while. One of the little Zito. Riley, that thing was. Back. Well, looked great here. And you say that you wash your hair because your mommy's hairspray on your head. Yeah. You know she's put gel in my hair, like like a young age. And I think it stunned the hair growth that got to be glue. Yeah. The two. Yeah. It was Boise, like hydroxy cut for your hair. It's just not good. There's a loss along. It's going to get the job done. That's that's where you're that's all it is Don fall for sure. But nowadays on the internet. I watched a guy who had no beard at all had a bad year. Bad beard. Bad bad, bad beard. They put glue on this guy's face. Cut out a like a fake wig cut. It off glued to his face trimmed it up in a look like Rick Ross like that. I've never seen anything like it before Molly. And they said it was good for four to five days. Four to five days hours, everything. Yeah. You going to vacation Simpson matter? You don't shower come on true show night. Everyone knows that a mellow reference. Nobody knows it..

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"barber" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"barber" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"And says here it is and burried says here's what it takes jacket from him and he says it's your new gimmick you're the barber nail and leslie flips out he had no idea he was getting a new persona he was just now getting comfortable being to speak ache and make money with it and feeling good about it and now they're going to make him into wrestling barber he wrote in his book i didn't like it i didn't like it one bit were you involved in creative at all yet i mean at this point did you know about the brutus the barbeque thing at all or do you find out about it like everybody else does i was into production meeting when vince announced it to everybody else in the production meeting in the brutus beefcake would now be known as the barber or brutus the barbie cake and that he felt it was a disconnect i think that beef or had already worked couple of tv tapings and vince was like god damn he's a baby face now there's gotta be a change in the gimmick we've he's he's now the barbary shaved his head i wanted to be a stylist and that was vincent thing yes his name was the barber but thence and in the promos beefcake did in the nets that we did with beefcake it was all about being a i list and that's vince wanna beefcake to be is to be yes he's brutus the barber but he's going to start their hair and it was all based on the world champion barber south adora who was vince is personal barber phenomenal and the very first the first vignettes not these these weren't vignettes he's just pictures where they took beefcake down to a barber shop and shop some pictures with them and shit before you tell that story let me continue the story that he tells in his book about being told is going to be the barber immediately tells her i'm not the barber and and they says oh yes yes you are says pat and british wrote in his book i should've known pat patterson was gay a gay fehb for a long time and all the boys we liked men take nothing away from him he was and still probably the greatest storyteller in the game but if i was in the ring trying to be a lady killer cutting hair wasn't my getting chicks you see pat patterson's lifelong partner louis some kind of stylist or something having maybe a barber just felt like it was a way for pat to get his jollies you know saying decentlooking wrestler and barbara tire was probably a way to get his rocks off at my expense i immediately picture pass sitting in a barbershop chair with one of those black smocks on when the barbara starts running his fingers through pats hair you could see the black material of the smock roz and pitch a tent and his lap i got cold chills this is disgusting at felt like pat was projecting some sort of weird fetish onto me and live vicariously through watching my mashes or something i don't know all i know is i didn't like any of it so he's really reaching here in the book but she could tell he fucking did not like this barbara idea but there is a little bit of truth in that has partner louis was a stylist but may louis was sure was but the idea for the barber was vince mcmahon's right so if they don't like something rather than blame vents rather rather go to vents so much easier to blame everyone else and and accuse somebody else doing it so that's just canada ammo and in the wrestling business if you will it's amazing so let's talk a little bit about the vignettes that are cut you off from there because i just wanted to get in that line about pat but i have an idea where you're going to be talking about what these vignettes well we went down to joe watson i joel an i'd were brand new company and so we went down to south dora's salon in manhattan and it was one of the first times that i've ever been to manhattan where vince is in.

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"barber" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"barber" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"They're barber didn't reciprocate that loyalty on instagram the barber found his clients girlfriend d amd her with the following message quote your super beautiful i know you dated this bleep which just 'cause i cut his hair don't mean i'm close to him ele wheel keep doing your thing your gorgeous jail if how bad it is a violation of the barbeque line relationships this is a violation of may cold first and foremost figure for anybody that can't hear my voice please i wanna give you some simple ruled values that some people unfortunately learn law the harwood if she or he tells you they have a make a boyfriend a significant other that means leave them alone it does not me try to slot amid biro it does not mean trotted hit them up all the low because let me tell you what normally happens when you try to push up on somebody else's made by individuals that have gotten slandered that'd be is if we do that have gotten harm they'll be individuals that have gotten hurt their has individuals that have gotten killed based on dealing with somebody else's me and you have the nerve the audacity to d il heard shots in hill now that the john cool they gave her a backhanded compliment and say she gorgeous come home here's the thing is cool let me tell you what you kobe theory about life data modes truants professional a personal relationships it's called the trust triangle okay there are three people.

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"barber" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"barber" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"They're barber didn't reciprocate that loyalty on instagram the barber found his clients girlfriend d amd her with the following message quote your super beautiful i know you dated this bleep which just 'cause i cut his hair don't mean i'm close to him ele wheel keep doing your thing your gorgeous jail if how bad it is a violation of the barbeque line relationships this is a violation of may cold first and foremost figure for anybody that can't hear my voice please i wanna give you some simple ruled values that some people unfortunately learn law the harwood if she or he tells you they have a make a boyfriend a significant other that means leave them alone it does not me try to slot amid biro it does not mean trotted hit them up all the low because let me tell you what normally happens when you try to push up on somebody else's made by individuals that have gotten slandered that'd be is if we do that have gotten harm they'll be individuals that have gotten hurt has be individuals that have gotten killed based on dealing with somebody else's me and you have the nerve the audacity to d il heard shots in hill now that the john cool they gave her a backhanded compliment and say she gorgeous come home here's the thing is cool let me tell you what you kobe theory about life data modes truants professional a personal relationships it's called the trust triangle okay there are three people.

barber
"barber" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"barber" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"They're barber didn't reciprocate that loyalty on instagram the barber found his clients girlfriend d amd her with the following message quote your super beautiful i know you dated this bleep which just 'cause i cut his hair don't mean i'm close to him ele wheel keep doing your thing your gorgeous jail if how bad it is a violation of the barbeque line relationships this is a violation of may cold first and foremost figure for anybody that can't hear my voice please i wanna give you some simple ruled values that some people unfortunately learn law the harwood if she or he tells you they have a make a boyfriend a significant other that means leave them alone it does not me try to slot amid biro it does not mean trotted hit them up all the low because let me tell you what normally happens when you try to push up on somebody else's made by individuals that have gotten slandered that'd be is if we do that have gotten harm they'll be individuals that have gotten hurt their has individuals that have gotten killed based on dealing with somebody else's me and you have the nerve the audacity to d il heard shots in hill now that the john cool they gave her a backhanded compliment and say she gorgeous come home here's the thing is cool let me tell you what you kobe theory about life data modes truants professional a personal relationships it's called the trust triangle okay there are three people.

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"barber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"barber" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Lionel barber and some you better johnson zone he as the new no jose on the phone away no my hands on his the but again you may leave betty frans in the no yes jose the his aung we believe in the zone needing as long as the valley yeah the as long eu yes jose mm the and.

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"barber" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"barber" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"On the patriot i did a tremendous or yourself i cannot comply i'm got getting a home from work i'm a hater by late night couple of it i wanted to invite you picked by braley for a second because you're clocking two a hard core orient before okay but i want to throw out a compromise here you are and what you think about okay right yeah out of okay college free tuition providing wanting a vacuum get a raft knockout ray economic burden i'm dan harpool we partner that where leading than i that and it's really krill i could get up every everybody need to go to college we'll have a whole wad of field our weather plumber electronical things like that crate that our faith i'm mark short that is a factual statement you're you're absolutely right if i may just for a second you know what's interesting the place where i get my haircut he bases basically told me that there is an incredible shortage on barber's barber of that i mean he wasn't there there's a barber every quarter he was like some of these barber quote unquote college they're saying guys are coming anymore well i've already park who meiping and we're ready to fight a vow arquette no we're not that's at all you have to go to college if i could get up at eighteen they better have acquired of what are going to do whether that they're going to go and learn a gale or i gotta go to college and there i'll be every what are proud of down if they learn a gil but if they go and get a master's or a bachelor like that we hear there's first of all can i can't ryan can can you and i just you and i talk nobody else's listen and can you can we level with one another the pie in the sky everybody gets college paid for them that.

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"barber" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

GSMC Book Review Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"barber" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

"The thank you so much i i really appreciate hearing that and thank you for having me all year long isis digger with your office lovely speaking with you and health fund next week jio i went to once again thank my guest author kathleen barber as i've mentioned several times a her debut novel are you sleeping comes out on tuesday and as i've said several times goal preorder it or wait until tuesday and go buy it or check it out from your local i beret whichever works best for you read this book again i want to thank kathleen for being on the podcast a really appreciated it and enjoyed speaking with her and enjoyed reading the book as always you can find all of our podcast a www touchy s emcee podcast dot com you can follow us on social media at facebook twitter tumbler instagram were jesus mc book review and you can download this podcasts on i tuned soundcloud google play stitcher any the ap's eu's for your mobile devices you can download those podcasts so thank you once again at four joining me i hope you will join me again next week and in the meantime during this week i really hope you'll go out and get yourself lost in a good book maybe are you sleeping thanks you're listening to the golden state review concepts properly podcast part of the golden state media served podcast network you can find this show and others like it that www pierce them sleep podcast dot com lord our podcast on i two stitcher sell clock and group who play just type in tears emcee to find all the shows from the media concepts podcast network from movies to music from sports entertainment and even for your new you can also follow us on twitter anarchists thank you every hope you have employed today's program.

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