23 Burst results for "Barroom"

"barroom" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"barroom" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Fresh air. No people in the neighborhood are really afraid of Omar because they know what you do. And with the neighborhood kids see Omar coming, They run away screaming Omar comin. How does it feel to have that reaction to you? Even if it's only infection? For the first time, I couldn't get through without laughing. I couldn't fathom anybody would you know, run away from me in total fare. You know anybody really knows me growing up in Brooklyn, though you know that's very far from my character. So I just had a hard time finding a believable state of mind to to execute the characters. I just kept going to laughter. But You know, I like to think that people are not scared of him. His why they do that. I think it's more of a respect thing, like they know that when this dude surfaces, you know there's going to be gunfire, and I don't think it's necessarily like Oh, my God. Oh, my was going to kill me. It's like, okay, let's it's high noon. Let's get showdown about the happens. Get out the way because you know, stray bullets are you know can come this way. So I don't think that the day they're running from him. There is this scared of what? What he represents when he comes and when they get out the way of that. So you said that anyone who knew you growing up would know that you weren't the kind of person who inspired fear. So how did you find that place in yourself so that you could portray that kind of power. I played them off. From a very painful place. You know, It's a very dark state of mind being very painful state of mind and that's to identify a lot with him on that level, you know, having overcome a lot of pain. In life and stuff. So you know, Oh, my and my book and my eyes Don't play on more as an alpha male is not one that would beat on his chest and I'm a year is a very, very sensitive dude. Because my very Humble place, you know, growing up in the hood. We always know what the quiet one when it would kind of go inside. That's when you kind of you watch out for, you know, So, uh, playing from that aspect, What's one of the most fearless things that you had to portray Omar doing up until this point in the serious? Don't tell us about anything that hasn't happened yet. I would say the most fearless thing that I was able to pull off. And and portray as Omar on television was His openness with his sexuality and not have that go over the top. It meant a lot to me that this character be taken seriously by by my peers and by my community, and I didn't want This topic of his his sexual orientation to hinder his his His seriousness. And I didn't want to disrespect anybody in the gay community either. So it was like I was, I think In a strange way. It was it was okay. When it's Omar. You feel me. Kind of like, uh, Pres. Interesting to see that happen. That was one of the most challenging part. Of obviously the character. Tell us how you got the part of Omar. Did your agents on them a picture like why were you being with Agent? Okay, Working my mom's daycare and back and flat. Bush. You know, I get a call from Alexa Fogo. She faxed over the breakdown who she is. Place of focus cast director, you know, before the wire at No. Did several law and orders to the film with Nicholas Cage. Martin Scorsese bringing out the dead ahead on Sopranos under my belt. You know, I had a few few spots that things I had done. But I took a break for, like, two years to, uh, work in my mom's daycare and not projects. Where were she raised me at and I didn't like about a year and nine months. And decided I wanted to get back into business. And by November I was putting my stuff back out there had a real new real like cut. Put it back out there. By March. I got the call for the wire. You have a beautiful face, But you also have a scar running down most of the length of your face. How did you get the scar? No. First of all, thank you for a compliment. Um and, uh, fighting Barroom brawl, You know, typical New York City story. On place of all the time one drink too many. And, uh, what was it about? Um, I was in a bar and a friend of mine from Brooklyn. Was surrounded by a group of guys who they want to jump them, and I kind of stuck my nose in it. You know, brokers in the house that can get jumped me and my people out here. So he ended up getting homes going home safe. Nothing happened to him. But I guess look crew gentlemen didn't take too kindly to meet I guess sticking my nose in their business. So some words were exchanged and Tempers got hot. And Yeah, some razor blades came out of some mouth. A rest is history. So initially, how did it change your life? Your life had to change by something as major as that. Yeah, It definitely was a wake up call on almost died That night, though discarded. Most people see is not the one that endangered my life. There's one that goes to my ear lobe. To my juggler. And that's the one that scared me. I was like, you know, a lot of things that happened. I was I had to grant their photo charges cases open was going to court for and then this pops up. You know, I was I was I was saying I was being given. The opportunity you know was dancing..

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The Climate Change Debate Has Been Invaded by Identity Politics

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

The Climate Change Debate Has Been Invaded by Identity Politics

"It's so quaint when you look at gore but his film came out in two thousand six. He talked about polar bears and sea level and carbon dioxide. He talked about the carbon taxes and cap and trade. Now the whole climate debate has more to nuttiness. it's complete whacking they. People are worried about whether vehicle staffs are going to go up barroom brawls whether rapes are going to go up whether we'll have too many headed kids or not enough headed kids now. Nasa scientists are coming out saying that climate change is caused by white supremacy. And until we get rid of white supremacy. we're never going to get rid of extractive. Ill energy supply that driving the climate crisis so now the entire climate debate debate has been invaded by identity politics. I have a whole chapter in the book on the wacky of identity politics. You wanna solve climate change today. Forget about carbon taxes they want you to define the police and we have green new deal activists who want to abolish police. That's the new climate

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"barroom" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"barroom" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"Was saying that she like marlboro could have created their own platform like it used their own resources to make your authentic instead of whitewashing in selves or yes. Why washington themselves to be on that type about four but they because they have celebrities. Come to balls all the and those who could have they could network with though so everybody's in had helped him in some Help them like there. So many like do for different people in auroral. Who have different privilege is an accident that they could feel like they could have made. Barroom explosion of are actually authentic to culture. So why didn't they do that. I i know you know you. Don't the question yes like why it could have been for the like. Oh child hundred hundred k. That's the nickname. Like that's life. Changing for some people and i one thing that i really kinda like like fatigue seems so. There's a trans woman on the show. And she host out is she saying like she's she's she refers to herself as a Allied this woman and kinda like trauma undestand source with my full art. You'd like bring up that person's mouth dump sound like breaking down still watching like Dante i think dante balenciaga. They had like a a mother's day like show with the my Some of the other girls. Some of the the prominent ballroom of his in Borrowing culture and saw on one of the girls was just for finding themselves as woman Themselves themselves on the shell on legendary. And i made you realize too but you know you know. Do i feel does your best ability or just you know i'm not gonna i'm not gonna i'm not gonna say no other translator who decides to We're far team so in any way like you know. Identify high of you want to. But it was kind of strange. Terrain is is scientifically inaccurate. Dry even though inside even though a scientifically inaccurate like he used shade are for how she identifies. I'm not ashamed. Boom it's my.

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"barroom" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"barroom" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"I one harrigan comments on some ballroom. Doug the sim barroom episode sean and brat and i'm glad brett shares some of the opinions. I voiced about the game all those months ago when he i was poking at it from the incredibly evocative art. It's what grammy. I as well to the dark. Very moody and very focused setting. I hold the game in pretty high esteem. One thing to emphasize if it wasn't clear in the episode is that the characters can come from all walks of life not just from the recently arrived ambulance. Who are the group that comes over the mountains gert who have come to the area. After winning a war with dark forces that cost them their homeland the players could all be members of the decimated barbarian tribe that ambien displaced or one of the various tribes. That are now adjusting to the new status quo and the continued expansion of the militant and battle hardened umbrians there are religious dissenters within the umbrians. Ranks there are independent communities have thrown off the yoke of the queen. There are royal relatives with axes to grind their refugees from the terrible war years ago. Who are still arriving. And who are being shunted into the data car The dark forest because all the good land is already gone. There are multiple factions within the ambien nation. Frankly there are juicy campaign story hooks on virtually every page. I think everyone who enjoys dark. Gritty grounded and mysterious. Fantasy would dig the game whether they play the original or the forthcoming five version. Hoping he is both run this at some point. Thank you here again for. Calm those pieces. I think that's that's important. I only had. I went long anyway talking about it and Had this is the Had harrigan been in the discussion at the bar will. We're having this con- right bit. Oh yeah don't forget. Which is exactly how i took this which is awesome but yeah there's there's enough bits and pieces to that i. Do i do this if you grab onto some of it like ooh these refugees or how about these factions. Or how about this. How about that. You could ignore or use or have ignored for wild and bringing into play and so on there's lots of different fund pieces there in feels very to me anyway. What as read can plug and play wet like this thing. I'm going to implement this faction want until we want to use something more about their religion. Let's get into that a little bit or you could walk. Around that doesn't have to be the forefront thing so i think it's again it's it's Kind of a masterclass. In my opinion of how to incorporate the lower. I think it's done. Really really well sean. You actually picked up dude in. Yeah i did. And i thought i was sitting right here on my desk but it must be a muslim put it in the outback and everything in the reading room in the reading room and so yes i started delving in and it seems you know the one thing i like about..

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"barroom" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

07:23 min | 11 months ago

"barroom" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Rim. Probably that fact so obviously with this many relatives in the know and possibly searching for closure with their dead relatives how helen dunkin got this. Information is not particularly hard to guess. Unfortunately for helen. There were several police officers in the audience. A reported this. This wasn't her first of spilling military secrets in edinburgh had reported another sinking ship. And at that point. Admiral was in the audience and he had not heard anything about this so he calls in to see. It is true that this ship sink. Is there anything and he was told. No there's been nothing reported by the official navy switchboard and then the next morning he gets a call at the. Hms hood had been sunk by the bismarck but it had not yet even been reported to the navy at the point that helen makes this announcement. Wow yeah that one hard to explain. Yeah pretty disconcerting. Right again we have to rethink. What if she is actually doing something here. She is communicating with the dead or. She is psychic or she does have access to some things that is giving her some of this information and then as everyone else ups their showmanship hers and so she's a real medium pretending to be a fake medium. It's a really weird turn of events oversee this then go back to the authorities again and this made her quite a prominent character. They were keeping an eye on because if she was able to do this. And reveal those military secrets to a roomful of people. Then that was obviously quite a problem. If she keeps doing this she could blow the whole operation for the end of world war. Two and the closer we get to d day. The more of us real security threat. She begins to look like because she keeps dropping these bombshell announcements months before they're supposed to be made public. Gosh and this is why. She is tried for witchcraft. There's nothing else they can charge her with seek. You can't charge her with espionage has they can't prove it they can't prove it and they don't want anyone to know that what she's saying is true if they say she's committing espionage. They have to admit that the things she is saying actually happened. And those are state secrets. That's awesome so. She was arrested in portsmouth and charged with vagrancy. 'cause they didn't know what else to charge her for and then she was taken to london. And that's where she was put on trial for rant about a month or say the only evidence that they could provide. Because how do you prove if one is talking to the data not was physical evidence so they bring in some of the plaza him. This is just cheesecloth. We can prove it and they have. The hat banned from sids hat. Low the band which was bought from the event of the sinking of the h mess. Barroom which was what the ghost was wearing the time somebody had managed to secure that from the evening and this kind of doctor in really and got her in trouble because she don't even look to the fact that at that time uniforms had changed because such a quick turnaround and they were putting so many troops out so quickly that the production of uniform was completely different as to how it used to be so it used to be that happened will be printed with the name of the ship but it wasn't anymore so that that this hat cannot be from the ghost of said who drowned on the. Ats barham wow. It proves that she is a fraud. Now she's a second to think about what i just said right. If you prove she's a fraud she's not a witch exactly see is on trial for witchcraft. And the evidence produced to convict her is proof that is not practicing witchcraft. Yeah what it proves. I think definitively that everyone involved knows what she's actually on trial for. This isn't about witchcraft. This is about shutting her up and it worked all. She was convicted of witchcraft. Eventually okay the trial dragged on and on and on part of that is because there is a slight distraction. Going on in london bombs were falling at the time. And you can't stay in court at the old bailey when you're getting bombed. They have to adjourn the trial. Flee to the bomb shelters add reschedule. Day she was eventually found guilty and sent to holloway prison. For nine months later would have fared in under the seventeenth censuring her life in front of a massive crowd. But i think the reason that they probably charged at the time inside was reasonable so it was enough to teach a lesson to make sure that she didn't do it again but it was also a low enough charge to not put her away for years and years which something like theft. She could have been away for three years but is only nine months. Okay this case is the national sensation. Of course i i one is talking about it even churchill. You think that he would be busy during the bull but apparently he also made a statement on it and he said the case was absolute tomfoolery and a complete waste of resources which i am inclined to agree and she is the very last person in the uk ever to be convicted much craft. That's amazing are those on the books. Like could you still arrest. The good news is thanks to helen. And largely as a result of this trial and the absolute tomfoolery. The witchcraft act was finally abolished in nineteen fifty one and the fraudulent medium. Act put in its place so congratulations. Uk listeners are safe from witchcraft.

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"barroom" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

Black Women Travel Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"barroom" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast

"I do a special dance for every thousand a milestone that i hit so We are slowly creeping up to that ten k. because all my birthdays to get the tin gays though ever gonna be super le-let so You can follow me at outdoorsy diva. So i'm at outdoorsy. Diva everywhere offense. Anything like that. Blessed challenge which blew a lot of people's minds each year old niece did let me down to thirty nine forty eight. Almost her hebei were formed. They were already formed. It's not hitting the sit near is well. Thanks yeah it's gotta be a doozy. I put a poll out on A must stories. And i got some some suggestions If you will. I think emily right. Now with cardi b.'s Up well thank you so much more and we really appreciate you sharing your story so much of your heart and your thoughts and your ideas and we can't wait to see what happens next for you. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me on your show. I'm a huge huge In be in honor to share this space with you my pleasure. So i'm going to link all of your socials in blogs and everything in the show notes so people can connect with you and we will see you out there in the streets all right all right back down to Barroom but.

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Study: Killings surge in 2020; pandemic, protests play roles

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Study: Killings surge in 2020; pandemic, protests play roles

"For his part in a Wisconsin barroom stabbing. Margie Szaroleta. This is AP News. A new study says the corona virus pandemic and racial justice protests each played a role in an increase in killings in 2020, the National Commission on Covert 19 and Criminal Justice, along with Arnold Ventures looked at crime rates in 34 cities. There was a 30% spike in homicides compared to 2019, the study's lead author says the pandemic forced police officers off the streets. Keeping them from interacting with the community. Homicides

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"barroom" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"barroom" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"barroom" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"barroom" Discussed on Pantheon

"We've gotten several records where i've said. Hey i don't like the record overall. But if they just didn't ep i'll i'll pick my songs for the ep. The could have been a good record and this one would definitely go in the. I think the riff is great on it. I like the little while the end of the of measure. And i think it's a it's a killer song. Yeah the guitar. Bridges really good. I like the the line Nobody wants to your pretty little self. They all think you're someone else which i think is like interesting. Could be an introspective point about himself and obviously the song like yeah like you don't have real friends once you make money you know so. I agree i agree. I don't have anything particularly horrible to say about this song. I mainly get rapid in how good the drum sound like. When i first heard it it was just like oh you know. Even if it was just the drum track actually might be preferable throughout the entire album. I'd be really down with that because they sound great. I think both ashton's kind of bring it on this album. I think just panda guitars hard. Like it's fucking weird ass sound. It just is yeah. It's what i don't know what the thinking was about. Hard panning Hard panting stars. It's really distracting. It's not so. I thought they like this song. I know you said you like the why. But like and i know that's sort of Ron slake emo and a lot of ways but sometimes feels a little like blues rocky to me dad band labor super there. Yeah there's a little bit. Barbara barroom like dad band but it's also like very doors influence you know so you also did that before it was a cliche you know. This is a band. That's been around. Since the late. The late sixties. Yeah that's true that's true. I guess when it's produced like that. Yeah it doesn't it doesn't strike me in the same way that they did in funhouse. The production really detracts a lot like even the drummer scottish right. And he's he's playing great but some of the choices made in how the drums are laid out in like. It feels like there's a different individual person playing each individual drum. Sonning is it's like. I said albany should've said you know guys. This is gonna sound good. That's your producer. Who should have spoken up. I know you're eighty bob or whoever was making the calls but not is not going to sound good Yeah i do wonder to be a fly on the wall..

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"barroom" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"barroom" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"barroom" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"barroom" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Washing Examiner, Fox News. Merry Christmas Firing How are you? Good morning, Hugh Mary. I want to talk to you about Bill Bar yesterday. Attorney General Bill Barroom I admire greatly went out and made a couple of sets of remarks, he said. Number first thing, he said, was about solar wind. The hack that is so disturbing the national security experts cut number 21 Become the information I have, You know, I agree with Secretary Pompeo owes assessment. It's certainly appears to be the Russians, but I'm not going to discuss it beyond that. Looks like the Russians and then cut number. 2200 Biden, the attorney general says this on your first question. We think that the prospects are very good. Students in the custody of the current government of Libya. And we have no reason to think that that government is interested in associating itself with this heinous act of terrorism, and so We're optimistic that they will turn him over to face justice on the second question. I think to the extent that there's an invite investigation. I think that it's being handled. Responsibly and professionally currently within the department. And to this point, I have not seen a reason to appoint a special counsel and I have no plan to do so before I leave. So Byron York if I can unpack that in and get your assessment, it means that the regulation governing special Counsel which I'm sure the attorney general take seriously. Require such an appointment on Lee when they're going to involve the president or the executive branch and a potential conflict of interest. An investigation into the president's son would not do so if the president is not involved in it. So my conclusion is Bill Bar doesn't see evidence that Joe Biden is thus far implicated in this investigation. Is that how you are reading it? Well, it depends on your view of what a conflict really is. Look at what? Um, bar didn't With the dorm investigation, which he, uh, sort of upgraded John door into a special counsel. Going into the Biden administration. Trying to make sure that this ongoing established investigation could not be just quickly ended by the new administration, which would be filled with conflict meaning partly and possibly involving Joe Biden himself because we knew that Sidon is vice president was involved in meetings in which the Michael Flynn case and other things were discussed. Okay, That's the way he handles the dorm thing. Now, with With 100 Biden. It seems to me that there is not a conflict right now in the Justice Department with investigating 100 bytes. But I think you could argue that the conflict will begin on January 20th when everybody, um, in the all the top leadership in the Justice Department, will be appointed. By Joe Biden and now they're supposed to turn around investigate. The man who appointed them, son, So I think you could argue that there will be a conflict. There's not one right now. But there will be a conflict when the bike administration takes off. Now I actually have a legal reading different from that. But your argument is plausible. My legal reading is that you could have seven members of the president's family under investigation and if those investigations do not actually involve the president, United States That there is no legal conflict because emancipated minors and Children are adults. And if Joe Hunter Biden robs a bank thean vesting Gatien of that bank robbery does not involve the president. I think that's the legal analysis, however. Whoever the president appoints to be attorney general will be asked. Do you not think whether or not they will appoint a special counsel if Hunter Biden is indicted? Question to you. Why do you think Joe Biden has waited so long.

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"barroom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"barroom" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Which were, you know, barroom brawls or husband and wife type of things. These were These were a new breed of homicide for the detectives to handle the massacre is part of something much bigger. Steven slash singer is an assistant U. S attorney at the time. He sees a larger, sinister picture is becoming clear. I don't believe either of the victims were the intended targets. But the brazenness of the brutality of it really sort of came to symbolize the law enforcement problem that had been created in Miami by these drug factions. I mean, it was really a wild west. It was a wild West show down here, and that was really sort of exhibit a date planned murders. Gangland warfare has been raging unchecked across the city for three years. It was during that time that Miami saw dramatic changes in the homicide rate. We went from probably 8200 murders a year to almost 3 to 400 murders In a year. In the early 19 eighties, it was something that the city of Miami Police Department, Miami Dade, Miami Beach, all the major police department really weren't prepared for overkill. You know you can shoot a person one time in the head and they're going to die, but they would make it a habit to shoot you. Five times. 10 Times, Miami used to be a choir Southern town. The 19 fifties. Nice shit for the Sheriff's department had one police guards patrol an area the size of Rhode Island. Now it's saying the worst violence in any U. S city since the bloody area of Al Capone, 100,000 criminals 350 rival Colombian and Cuban gangs slaughtering each other and their bid to control the cocaine train. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts. With.

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"barroom" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"barroom" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Take a dirt devils dance across the moon was a great lad training guarding his flute was a really hot shot, brag a lot because he loved the steering wheel girl's bedroom and in a race in a barroom fight, ALS Broken Stone show plays a real bill raising a racetrack Romeo. About a lot go down back and little girls get Christie here that raise tax breaks fail. There's also going inside and Rick, come out. They understand. Don't stroke goes of bandits on your Charlie Daniels folks, exclusive motor cars. They're located in Randallstown at 10 100 Liberty Road, You can call him told free at 877 367 1977 This week's special, Very nice Automobile, a 2017 Subaru w R X. That's performance vehicle of Subaru. They really do a great job with his performance vehicle all will drive. It's got a lot of pep no doubt about it, and it's only 19,000 and $90. This is a Vehicle that has all wheel drive four door carbon black interior with ice silver metallic exterior. It is beautiful and gets 27 mpg highway speed and listen to this folks..

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"barroom" Discussed on Head Speaks

Head Speaks

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"barroom" Discussed on Head Speaks

"Busy Jonah Hex. He's attorney twins and they got are good. Mom Boys like you. The best she could tell argue mediates. We got some girl hey, on captain atom. In off the distance, he sees POW. Wow Smith, and he's like who's that with them and here's where the errors at a miss like. Maybe this business deals getting out of hand flavored. As we just kid there, and that's what I might want to. The inner tube could finding on a flame bird for the old west time some to this as I mentioned before on a podcasters, chat group and this related nights. When I throw it out there on my hey, we get up has idea. In this issue there is someone called flame bird is he heard of new? He is now like I, said thanks to Clinton Robinson Face Clinton. He informed me the debt more than likely like. Are you taking fire hair Mike that flavored I duNno, so to plane hair, and that's who this is so. I don't know. If that was the writer made a mistake, or if the letter miss, wrote the name or it begin if no one cares about flame air, so they call them flame burden. Really call it I. Don't Know Disney'll. The editor fell asleep on the job I. Don't know that would be I mean if the writer or read the mistake that would be decimals job to catch. And then another big guy comes up and he sees this girl forty with captain atom. And so again they see sodium around. Fight Him. Captain Adams able to suck. As. This, big burly Guy Saux swing big ideas bowl. He swings ATS. The Guy Standing there who find out bat lash which I forgot to mention in my opening the synopsis. As I, am that last? Page effort to look this rows looking. Again that starts out a barroom brawl. Again all the Western heroes, and then we as big.

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"barroom" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"barroom" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An education my house has rules and expects you booked the bottle who pushed me to to go to school in New York and you know so I some pieces of of a lot of different yeah stories here for you having come up in the scene where ballroom was a place you could go to when others weren't accepting you what's it like to now walk into a quote unquote ballroom scene with cameras and lights and make up artist and directors and designers like this weird apparatus all around it it's so real I grew up being told by larger create a community actually you know there's a lot of shady thrown to the bomb scene when I was coming up and folks to look down on black and brown people number one because racism is real in America folks they look down on him folks there are no income and struggling and it was always Varma those girls barroom are the folks that like don't have education or you know just all the stereo types that were actually accurate and I remember this when I was always told constantly like you never you can't perform on a resume and that's the thing that people used to say well they're the top your resume now well lucky lucky so many of the legends of the ballroom scene died at a young age whether because of aids or other reasons if they were alive to see this moment what do you think they would say about damn time about damn time for.

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New York And Assault discussed on Tim Conway Jr.

Tim Conway Jr.

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

New York And Assault discussed on Tim Conway Jr.

"And repre cardi b.'s but indicted in new york in connection with a fight at a strip club t._m._z. says the rappers facing more than a dozen charges including felony attempted assault but the indictment will not be unsealed until tuesday when cardi b. is expected in court she was arrested in october for allegedly having her people rough up to female bartenders the barroom brawl involved bottles and chairs the whole thing was apparently over who slept with who doubting there were sleeping

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12 dead as Cyclone Fani moves toward Bangladesh

The Moth Radio Hour

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

12 dead as Cyclone Fani moves toward Bangladesh

"Crews in India or Sesing damage in the wake of cyclone Fani the strongest storm to batter the country in decades at least twelve people were all killed as Schmidt. A potluck reports from him by. Preparation is credited with sparing the country for much bigger death. Toll officials see Massin evacuation in India unbound liasion, which millions of people were moved to safety hazard in major loss of life. The barroom cyclone brought heavy snow as far north as devas and heavy rainfall as far south as three

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"barroom" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"barroom" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"A couple of days a couple of days from now the cow Deming the experience that's at Largo and Nick Kroll, Sarah Silverman. They're gonna be there Natasha. Let's gyro all of my all my favorites. All terrific and all they're all right. Shall we do a little news and Trump can hang out if you like? And it would be honor president to stay for news. All those crazy. Gene drunk. Gene. The news with Gina grad the front row sang along without soil want. These people were moved. Great. Well, and I know you like to be on your feet, but you might wanna sit down for this for story because I have some very very bad news. Actor Jan Michael, Vincent. The air will television star who led a glamorous troubled life has died. He was seventy three the death certificate shows that Vincent died of cardiac arrest on February tenth took a while for the news break did and North Carolina hospital. No autopsy was performed it wasn't clear why it took a few weeks for his death to surface. But it did. Now, remember for those of you who aren't giant. Jan Michael Vincent fans. And I can't imagine. There's anyone here. He starts Chinses nineteen seventy the mechanic hundred seventy eight Hooper in which he played a runoff on Hooper the mechanic was Charles Bronson. I think was the mechanics, of course, it was now just be a Squatty Mexican guy who put your seat too far forward. But back then it was cool dude with a mustache DASS. Right. Yeah. Handsomeness earned him a spot on the cosmetic surgeons ten best noses list of the seventies. Yeah. Yeah. However, things we're not always rosy for Vincent. Here's a quick highlight reel of some of his troubles. He pled guilty in one thousand nine hundred seven to drunk driving left him with a broken neck. He was sentenced to a rehab program. He was charged in the eighties with barroom brawls in a separate case. He was acquitted in nineteen Eighty-six hitting to hold the barroom brawl against the guy. I feel like that's a feather in your cash. We should all have one good barroom brawl. Instigating a barroom brawl. That's bragging, right? Yeah. Also, if you think about barroom furniture, it is simultaneously the most durable stuff on the planet because a two hundred thousand asses have to sit on it a year and also the most brittle because if you pick it up you can break it over anyone's head. It's just every. Single barroom brawl of ever seen western on a TV show. The guy at some point picks a chair up smashes it over another guy's head and to sit in vaporize turns into powder. Yes. The bottles are made of sugar the the Furniture's all made a balsa wood yet. So I don't see what the problem is with a barroom brawl. Okay. We'll give him that one. And by the way, if you see the movie Hooper, there is a great barroom brawl in the movie Hooper, we're on it. He was sentenced to sixty days in jail in two thousand when he violated his probation by appearing drunk in public and punching his then girlfriend. Jan you can't do that support named Jan exactly. He would say he will be missed. What did she do though? Decide to sides hold. There's a chance she got mouthy little mouth for living. Right. Yeah. Probably waitress. Pop that gang. No, you mean. What does she do for work? And they let you do to get to get punched in the face. Donald. Nobody does anything. Maybe she was a little bow. As Geeta says, maybe she he would not be just. Close the trap sort of like. I don't care if your mouth, the you've been eyeball and your man or whatever his there's never an excuse to hit a woman. I'm saying you can't money. This is why this is why it's the best buddy guy. Okay. Go ahead. But. You cannot punch your woman issues far away. The distance. No, I'm not talking about rain. Uh-huh. Okay. I'm gonna say there's no punching of women..

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"barroom" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"barroom" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"He could end tomorrow if they sing goes south. I could be Jimmy Carter to my. Right. But he had made the decision. You know, they were in the air. It was tremendous. But what was great as we got to tell it from the news people's point of view, the president speaking in ninety minutes on a matter of national security. That's all we know right now, thirty minutes from now, I want to know a lot more than that people that cat. What do you think it is it could be deducted and could be around the fired on a ship on the golf? Just go back to North Korea. To learn something we could be under attack. What do you think it is? I think we got a lot. We talked to the real ones Stephanopoulos and Williams and wolf Blitzer. And we learned all these smart things like those guys who watch certain parking lots at the Pentagon. And if this parking lot is full. That's oh, there's the those of the generals and admirals who run Centcom hunt com as the Middle East. It must be something in the Middle East is, you know, as an alien invasion is it an act of terrorism while he's not speaking from the Oval Office. We were speaking from the Oval Office. It would be bad news. It would be another nine eleven. He speaking from the eastern eastern was only good news. All this, really smart. And that was a gift everything else was a lot. Ally. By the way, had this to say about you, Paul. He said that you're a very smart guy. And that you have an almost savant like sense of story, which Aaron really relied on. Well. Thank you Eli. I can say the same for him. I mean ally in Lawrence brought so many good stories, you know, and that's to me a little bit of the irony. West wing is we rotated story credit. You know story by that you see at the beginning of every episode. Yes, sometimes it has something to do with who actually came up with the story the great inspiration the room, the great pitch the great memo, which you'll never see was somebody else. Erno, isn't it? Because I heard the story that the British ambassador couldn't come to the White House if they had invited the Gerry Adams, the edit the former head of the IRA to a meeting at the White House, and we needed another story for Marbury. Well, why don't we do this story? And so he goes out and gets drunk with Toby. And they have you know, one of those great Aaron barroom sees where they just start swapping their opinion of Irish American writers in Irish writing. Wasn't a chance. Joyce who said history is a nightmare from which I'm trying to awake. Yes. But it was great Irish Mazda using Neil who said there is no present all future only the post happening over and over again Aaron used it all like word for word, and then came into the writer's room and said Paul we don't do this anymore. But I think we should really do a shared credit on this. And I said bless you Aaron, but you know, it's your script. These your words, please just give me the story credit in that's fine. And that's how it happened to you blew it. Now, I turned around and Kevin falls a smiling and shaking his head and saying you just save your job. Okay. We'll may then three dimensional chess there. Yeah. I'm glad you have your show though to show what kind of cause these are heroes to me are Kevin and ally, and Deb and Lawrence and some of the consultants. It was just the best group of people you're one we were given this flurry of awards and got to the point when they just didn't have enough of the cast or writers to go accept them. All so they would send me out. You know, the maga- pick that award for reproductive rights or something, and I started coming up with his boilerplate speech. But I really meant it. It's the show cured me of my cynicism. Beautiful knowing the people they really were doing it to make a difference and working tremendously, and that's the drug for all of them. Is you get to affect people's lives and hopefully for the better, and it was just it was tremendously inspiring. And you know, I never got over that..

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"barroom" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"barroom" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"To fifty five one hundred Elvis. All these voices voices. Little Ireland three people talking at the same time. Any his job? Thank you for listening in. Yes. The truth is Danielle is sick. She's not out job-hunting. She's not out doing her second job to make ends meet. No, she's she's got a lot of people have it. And I'm telling you it. Sure. I'm sitting here. I got that virus the flu shot two days ago. And I've it's kicked my ass. Man. I really need you to feel better. Can we talk about creepy people for just a second? Let that Dennis come here. Denison best friend. Dennis Clark is here. So he and I met at the Roxy bar last night. Just have a quick drink. Yes. Just because this is your last day here. Dennis is the leader of all things that form our show, and he's been a part been part of our family since the beginning. Anyway. So he and I were at the at the Iraqi bar having a drink. And we I didn't bring this up to that guy thinking about him the guy that guy there was a guy standing just standing at the end of the of the big barroom. It's a big room. Just just perusing. Like, he's he was stalking in a way freak. He was looking at everyone. And it looked it. Look he was looking for someone to pounce on scary. Did you report him? No. If you see something say, something, that's a good point..

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"barroom" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"barroom" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Someone like that has been released from prison or release them sites. Data. Take care. And and know what the recidivism rate is like has anyone ever done something that heinous Denman released, and then just, you know, been fine. Then just, you know, lived a long life, you know, outside of incarceration, never doing anything horrible. Again, has that ever happened has it ever happened to somebody young and still formidable like one thing to release a murder when they're eighty five and they can't get around to to kill different when they're twenty one. If it happens all the time, I guess I may have to think my thoughts on rehabilitation, currently, I think there are limits on what you can come back from certain crimes thefts, you know, like like barroom brawl type of assault arson. I'm sure plenty of other crimes and not thinking of right now. I'm sure you you can mend the error of your ways, you know, and come back, and I know you can but but when you murder your grandparents that's crossing such different line in cold blood. No less. I don't I don't think you come back from that. And this is not even talking about. Should you be able to like should you have the option of coming back from that? I'm just like is it actually possible? Could you kill a str-? Ranger cut their head off literally fuck their head. And then ten years later just be, you know, working Jumba juice, enjoying your life. Now being a threat to anybody. Just don't see that as possibility I actually ended up googling Kenneth serial killer be rehabilitated and the first link that popped up with a psychology today. Article post on August eleventh two thousand fourteen says psychopathic criminals cannot be cured Scott a bond PHD, professor of criminology rights, contrary to popular belief psychopaths are not considered to be mentally ill, the fifth edition of the diagnostics in statistical manual of mental disorders DSM five released by the APA. The American psychiatric association list psychopathy under the heading of antisocial personality disorders key traits of the psychopaths include a disregard for laws and social Moore's a disregard for the rights of others. A failure to feel remorse or guilt. A tendency to display violent behavior psychopathy is a personality disorder that is exhibited by. Who employ combination of charm manipulation intimidation sometimes violence to control others in order to satisfy their own selfish. Desires describes Ed Kemper to AT. It is estimated that approximately one percent of the adult male population. The US for psychopaths, which is fucking scary men are more likely the women to be psychopaths. And there's this Kennesaw, Ken psychopathy be cured. According to mental health experts. The short answer to the question is no Dr Nigel Blackwood leading forensic psychiatrist at King's College. In London has stated the adult psychopaths can be treated or managed, but not cured based like whether incarcerated you can use like incentives. Like, hey, if you're good, you get a fucking TV to watch every once in a while to get them to you know. Modify their behavior. But if you put them back onto the wild, you know, when they're not supervise they're gonna go fucking bananas. Again, Blackwood explains that psychopaths do not fear the pain of punishment. They're not bothered by social stigmatisation psychopaths are indifferent to the expectations of society, reject its condemnation of their criminal behavior. According to Blackwood, another callous and unemotional psychopaths simply do not respond to punishment the way the rest of us. Do consequently adult psychopaths in prison are much harder to reform or rehabilitate than other criminals with milder or no, antisocial personality disorders and other things. I found said that they cannot be rehabilitated. So there you go. They cannot be cured. Not in any way that we currently know have no of so can we please stop giving monster like this piece of shit the option of parole ever? I mean, I'd like to have them killed but short of that can we at least make sure they can never ever get out, man. I wish not that. He would care does that could say that the Kemper nothing would care. Oh, strongly disagree. With your statement. You're sounding like mother, man. You're kidding my samples route in a tizzy wished..

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Sonya Sotomayor, Nebraska and Kate Shaw discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Sonya Sotomayor, Nebraska and Kate Shaw discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"In the wbz newsroom the boston globe no longer suing former employees hillary sorry to accuse the newspapers top editor of sexual harassment they asterix summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong own in singapore begins in just a few hours and rhode island is now taxing big trucks the state says most of the damage to its crumbling infrastructure caused by the big rigs and needs the toll money to repair the roads and we are off to a pretty decent start on wall street less than an hour to go in the trading day and all three major indexes are headed higher new hampshire fifth grader is fighting back against bullies without raising her fists delanie marcotte of plastow went before the school board and told members what she's facing has been threatened get shot ak47 and buried in my backyard and many other things i ask you what are you going to do to protect me and my classmates against bullying delaney says her parents contacted the board bought the bullying continues to this day the district superintendent says her concerns now have the district's undivided attention a wedding reception turns into a barroom brawl and salem new hampshire a fight breaks out someone had been choked police arrested colby dion of north andover after he was confronted by several guests at the wedding dion was picked up in the woods after a short search is charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest it's okay for states to clean house when it comes to purging the names of inactive voters from st voter rolls us supreme court justices synod five four ruling today that the state of ohio practice is legal abc supreme court con contributor kate shaw walks us through the ruling five four decision the conservative justices siding with a high finding that its practices were or lawful and the four liberal justices descending essentially argument ohio is violating federal law and in particular justice sotomayor arguing that this practice will have serious adverse effects on low income and minority voters who the federal government has tried to protect in making it hard for states to drop people from voter rolls dissenting justice sonya sotomayor says the practice will have serious adverse effects on how low income and minority voters a federal appeals courts could be about to put a nebraska county close to.

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 Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon: Sports gambling has ‘always been legal’

The Roe Conn Show

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon: Sports gambling has ‘always been legal’

"Lead in some of its water fountains chicago park district is shutting off about sixteen percent of its outdoor water fountains leaving just one thousand in operation participate spokeswoman jessica maxi faulkner tells the tribune those fountains had higher lead content than federal regulations allowing bottled water just two years ago the district shut off eighteen percent of both it's indoor and outdoor fountains for the same reason not pungo wgn news now wgn sports here's kevin powell judy jose can gave up three homers and allowed six runs over four and two thirds and the cubs lost to the braves six five and a jackie robinson day makeup game at wrigley the cubs had a couple homers of their own they make things interesting in the night scoring one run they couldn't complete the rally they've now lost two straight before the game manager joe man and gave his thoughts on the supreme court's ruling today to strike down a federal ban on sports gambling across the country was already loud i mean as far as i'm concerned it's already legal already been legal and it's it's if it's been going on as long as it has in vegas and in every bar room in the backroom of many barrooms whether it's finished chicago in hazleton that's been part of our culture so i just think it's it's out front right now madden and the cubs now had to atlanta for a three game set with the braves off day for the white sox they're back at it tomorrow night in pittsburgh will have the call at six thirty five the showdown to settle the west begins when james harden and the top seated rockets ho steph curry and the golden state warriors in game one of the the western conference finals warriors eyeing a fourth straight nba finals open a playoff series on the road for the first time since two thousand fourteen and the winnipeg jets are looking for a two elite on the vegas golden knights in the nhl west finals and the home of the blackhawks northwestern wildcats and white sox baseball kevin powell wgn sports your money traffic and weather next on wgn hey it's mike my team just pulled off the biggest upset in the history of forever.