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"biggie" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
"These people are amazing and they basically say my life with this product so we let me talking to someone about it and if you have anything that's going on with you gut health wise. I yes anything like that where you need some help. Make sure you keep on staying too because this is just such a baby. I gotta pretend out the pieces for you. Okay now moving on over today. That's right 'cause you already know what time it is that is stored. It's like biggie biggie. Smallest of k big always had a story so you always put it out in a piece free. So that's somebody do now at trauma of the episode that i needed to talk to you about this. Sunday's word k. In this sunday's were is a valuable. Golly aloha he said you know why these are the go. Talk to him about the view the about how they are valuable touch that you want to put that out leaning on my heart. But i just couldn't get it you know. Sometimes i'll tell you like what are you trying to tell me. What are you trying to say as guys were in a signal guarantees you bring it to me. Bring it to me. Give it to me. Tell me what you want to say. Not say he said. I need you. Tell them this right. The ester going through life they're going to encounter four types of people so let them know that they're valuable so maybe that's just show you put it out there that okay godless i drop me off the notice about four different types of people. This let you know if valuable so local. Japan's your papers your pencils. Whatever so you can go ahead and write. This damn baby could just says jay dark on okay so festival. Less talk about the first person i set of people right is for our number one..
Wrestlemania 37 Review Special (Part 1) ft. Pro Wrestling Insider Shane Peacher (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #14)
"It felt like the old wwf. You know where they would have the pre match interviews and they just did like a thousand one before the before the show. It was great. It was awesome. I was actually happy that the rain happened. So let's start from the top. And i know you told me to talk about this and i was gonna ask you anyways. How do you. Because you are the biggest cogan hogan fan in the world titus and hulk hogan forever pirates soups. What are you kidding. Me ho me. tease john. Now i love hulk you know that man that was ridiculous and i love the whole a guest host. I guess but i mean it's just so scripted in horrible but it was so tacking it was it was eight hogan and it was hilarious and i loved it anyways just because it was hawk. I'm biased though osos soobee. you're biased. I love to do though even though it was awkward as well like they really tried to force this pairing together and it was like really didn't need to do this right and then of course you know you. They forced it because of the whole inward situation. Because if you remember when it first happened in hall they let hawk come back like titus kind of had an issue if you remember if you remember that whole scenario so i think they did. I think it was forced because that which is awkward. And i think hilarious because although titus forgave. I don't think he forgets to say i heard that. China's said technically forgiving him. But i heard that he was also still feeling that obviously so i was really awkward but it was kind of funny to me and i'm sure well speaking of they let that happen. Also because titus was in tampa so they actually tried to prop him up in his hometown but biggie. They took the championship from. Why do wwf keep letting or keep wanting to humiliate the wrestlers by having them losing their hometown. Do they think that this is good. Because it's not no. I don't know if it's hometown thing. I just think if you look back after the fat none of the world championship changed and so they had to change the littler titles. I think that's really it. You know what i mean. Because how many mania is does a world title never changed especially nixon had to one for each show. You know what i mean you have the world title and then undisputed title. Neither changed hands. And that's rare for mania. You always usually have a title change Meanwhile when i heard it will trump ender explanation is. I'm gonna beat you so it sounds like a drum is like okay. These kids don't even know what the matches but it was just a weapons manage. You know why. Why why you know what i'm saying. I mean they had like a whole bunch of guys around the ding beating drums. And you know the exact same thing you know. Maybe the an open pit you know like the african wrestling. I don't know if you've ever seen it looks like we're like scooting around in dirt. Yes can you know single knees wrestling that whack. I know the the matches it was kinda. Get his get his turn to because kofi had a big wrestlemainia match aside from the tag team for when he went for the title. This is big east big match. But of course he's got to lose because he's in results were rating so far right now the only result i think that was correct was owens. This was correct if it wasn't in his hometown but
UConn Coach Dan Hurley on the Huskies' March Magic
"Here with head coach of the yukon. Huskies mr dan hurley. You count will be the number three seed in the big east tournament starting this week and coach. I just want to start there. This was obviously far from a normal season. This was you know. Maybe this isn't the you didn't get the greatest perspective on it but putting that aside can you speak to now that we have the the regular season in the rear view the big east tournament. Coming up what. This is matt to the university of connecticut for the huskies. Be back in the big east. You're a big guy. You kind of understand the importance. What what what what. What has been the feeling around stores this season with the huskies. Huskies back into your level excitement. This time of year yukon yukon. Huskies in both men's and women's basketball like synonymous with With success in march in cut a magic in march the big east tournament in the ncaa tournament You'll obviously yukon is a huge brand with some of the you know some of the best fans in in most passionate fans country your college basketball in march basketball biggie. Fastballs better when you've a healthy uconn
3 Reasons Why Big East is the Most Intriguing Basketball Tournament
"Is my real opinion. I think the big east tournament is the most intriguing one for for this reason. There's a handful of reason number. One villanova has no point guard now. Justin moore ankle the kospi's we just found out that justin. Moore's not going to be playing in this thing Twenty seven points per game between those two now. I mean the game from villanova as we know in the new iterations of the biggies has been dominant. They win the regular season. Big east tournament right over there still time and here still good enough to win at eight. So let's not get ahead of ourselves and count them out yet but it makes it a lot more interesting because it's like. Oh what house villanova congress because your best player yes. He's not playing. Yeah what what are the what's going to happen. They're seen hall saint john's. I'm looking at this game on thursday. That is like a. I don't know if it's a plan but it's play out for sure. Whoever loses that game doesn't that's intriguing creighton. The greg mcdermott situation. I hear you say loser leaves town man. That was really the we we know the greg mcdermott's situation they got bruin there but like they're they're they're working through. Whatever that is like xavier saver that is on the bubble. They'll they might be playing crates and crates trying to get some mo jo bags and butler had that one game against villanova where they realized life and then and then we get to the bottom of the bracket with yukon you. Let's be honest. Your own has slowly turned into the favorites and again this is not a companyman move. I know we have coach. Dan hurley on the show today but uconn in the you know the majority of the country it feels like they don't know who to look to to college basketball and therefore defacto we go to uconn right here. We are back in the big east for the first year. Back in madison square garden in the big eastern star seem to be a line if you're yukon though bula there
Musk's Tesla says it invested $1.5 billion in bitcoin
"It was just about twenty three hours ago. That a tesla regulatory filing revealed that the company bought one and a half billion dollars in bitcoin and said that'd explained to accept bitcoin as payment in the future for cars since then. The price of bitcoin has soared setting a new high at around forty. Seven thousand. five hundred dollars. That's right forty. Seven thousand five hundred dollars even after the gains. We saw yesterday up by about another five point three percent today. We're also watching. The price of does coin shot higher after supportive tweets by elon. Musk rapper snoop dogg and kiss rocker. Gene simmons but android guests that. The biggie here is really elon. Musk matt levine. A columnist wrote a really interesting column. About how in the market these days it's not fundamentals that are driving things but proximity to elon. Musk and i thought that was pretty accurate. Given some of the swings we have seen recently oddly enough. He is not automatic right but oddly enough he is right in this case. Oh evan just proximity proximity
Taylor Swift Moved The "Evermore" Release Date For Paul McCartney
"And then she said but i found out you were going to put it out on the chance so i moved to jeans. A man she found out we were coming out on the eighteenth so she moved back to the tenth. So i mean you know people to keep out of each other way. He said that the beatles and the rolling stones used to do the same thing back in the day. Oh you want me to play another job. Thanks told you what. I was enjoying listening to simply having a wonderful. We were drinking the stones and say. When's your single coming up. Old june thirtieth joke. We'll put on july thirty just you that more often nowadays big rappers with big beefs like two pac and biggie. They're people used to do that as much as they want to. Squash each other and be dominant. They didn't really want to go up against each other because they had the mutual respect of. Hey we're both making money
It was all a dream: Whitney, B.I.G. inducted into Rock Hall
"The rock and roll hall of fame finally has welcomed its twenty twenty inductees after the ceremony was delayed in may because of the corona virus pandemic I marquees are let out with the latest Depeche Mode joke they might still be stealing cars if they had not discovered music they were inducted into the rock hall along with nine inch nails the Doobie brothers T. rex the notorious B. I. G. and Whitney Houston Jay Z. said that he was worried for himself as an artist after hearing Biggie's life after death album Houston's manager Pat Houston says it's a special moments because Whitney had said in two thousand nine she wanted to be in the rock hall it's a wonderful feeling to know that this is a milestone this is something that she really wants it
"biggie" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Trying to stop some people from voting this lesson dropping aclu's baba john lewis. You made your ancestors proud everybody. Who went out there and voted in massive numbers and listen. It doesn't stop there. See senator comma harrison joe biden. All flip is on a two-day adopted home of an american patriot. A man who you said who you said is not a war hero. You said he's not a war hero because he was captured. You said i'd like people who weren't captured. That man has a message to all your followers. If you don't think this god talking to you right now. Paula cannon white and president donald trump. Then you don't know god listen. American people did their civic duty. Chosen new president. I congratulate the president-elect and i will do all in my power to help him lead us through the many challenges confronting our nation. And i know there are many americans who were disappointed on election night. The better america is one in which we never forget that whatever our differences we're all americans and we must respect our common citizenship by treating each other with respect. That's why i've been so disturbed by reports of increased acts of intimidation harassment and even violence directed at minority racial and religious groups in the aftermath of this election. Tell he's speaking from the grave. Look miss bishop. Td snowflake and i want you to remember this. When god decided to bless you god will cause situations to come together in your favor no matter what is trying to do god in voters have already blessed. This year's election things clearly come together in favor of the harris biden ticket. And there's nothing. Miss jimmy swaggart can do about it please. That chelsea handler give polokwane white two biggest hall. That is way too much. Dan men as the white king all cain white paula. white-cain something the solace in Hi well thank you for an adult day. Just all right now. When we come back miss voletta wallace will be joining us yes. A big manager wayne barrow because christopher wallace is getting inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame tomorrow all right so we'll talk to them when we come back. Is the breakfast club. Good morning the breakfast club interest morning. Show morning. Everybody is tj envy. Angela yeesh alameda mean guy. We are the breakfast club. Got some special guests joining us this morning. We have miss voletta wallace. Welcome good morning. Good morning good morning. Good morning good morning. We also have ways sitting in the background. I wasted. He was about to leave when he ain't going nowhere. Nowhere was a blessing blessing. Blessed jam mass. Very special thing happening this weekend to twenty twenty rock and roll hall of fame inductions and the late great. Christopher wallace than the tories biaggi will be inducted into the twenty twenty girl hall of fame. That's great thing. What does that mean to you. How do you feel about that. The mother or it's i'm very very happy related about it. Only sorry. he's not here. But i'm sure he would drill for that reason. I am myself as well as how does it. That biggie is celebrated so much like even to this day. And burke land as murals of biggie everywhere. Every single restaurant you go into. There's a painting hanging out of Christopher wallace on the wall he has his own street and everything. How does that feel for you tomorrow. Sad sometimes when i see things it brought tears to my eyes. And i'm going to be honest with you. My son is being acknowledged in seoul many entities so many avenues. I never knew that my son was that i'm gonna use the word famous. I never knew. Because i'm not a rob modern. I don't want anything up. Music learned over the years. What it is an ultra appreciated. Now i appreciate it. Because even today i'm trying to listen up the but did he say when he spoke us eliza. I thought it was talking about hallway. Miss and wayne you know as a fan you know. We sit around and we'd debate in the barber shops and we at the house. We talk about the. What if you know always wonderful to family. How tough for the what ifs when you ask yourself. What if he was here. What if he did this. How how tough. It was for the family. I can't tell the family. I can speak about me. What be he wants. Maybe i would strangle him. So we'll visit so she hits. I still on a strangle though. you know. there's a lot of what it's i. i know. He would be a happy guy. I know i would be a happy mother. Because he was a he was a good kid. We fought a lot. You know but the make was so beautiful. So much apologised behind. You know his explanation. You made me undestand what. He's trying to do what he was trying to say. I still can't take the profanity. I listened to his music. Let's say jehovah please help me. Soul the what is made. It will still fighting. But he would still me my best friend. What about you. the what else is more. I think he would've elevated the coach Hip hop in generally just had a way of bringing events out of people and i think given the dynamics of where we are from a technology standpoint because he was so intriguing with everything around him and always the headed occur that he would have been delving into things that kind of opened himself up so allow himself to be what died of becomes a daylight to jason across after eleven. Here people with. They're really getting fined memories. People who knew biggie and worked with him. I was just talking to met the man and he was talking about how he first got introduced to biggie and how they ended up working together and everything. So what are some of your favorite stories to hear about. Your son is a variety of them. They're all is loving ones. I'm always spoke about his. Generosity is kindness whose patients him wanting to help to make everyone better. You know you want everyone to how something he wasn't. The kind of guy wants to keep it for himself and the respect that he had for even the friend them their mothers. you know miss wallace. You know he did this for me. He did that for me. Things that i never knew that. That was very touching wayne. Do you have any stories. You can share in front of them wallace. Any funster story were get into really big. Pg store.
How does the Electoral College work?
"This week's episode answers the question. How in the world does the electoral college pick our president. You're listening to the how in the world podcast we're we unravel some of the planet's most perplexing questions in just about ten minutes nope we're not scientists or scholars. We're just normal people who like to figure things out. Sometimes inspiring sometimes informative. Our topics are always fascinating hosted by me mark johnson and my lovely wife me holly johnson. We do the research so you don't have to well. Today is thursday november fifth twenty twenty. And it's been a quiet couple of days around here in the. Us assure was there was something on tv to incessantly. Watch and keep checking my phone about What could that possibly be wrong. Oh how about the twenty twenty elections. It's been a wild couple of days folks in it. Looks like it could be wild for a bit longer. So let's all practice are deep breathing and relaxation methods together. Bring your popcorn as the time that we're recording this. I believe the elections come down to maybe four states that haven't yet counted all of their votes but once they're done it's still not over no not even close because once all the votes are counted will know what the results of the popular vote are. But we won't officially know yet. Who won this election. And that's because not only will there be a ton of lawsuits than we unto way through but also because we don't elect our president based on the popular. Vote like you would in the classroom election elementary school. We use the electoral college. And i've always been a little foggy about the electoral college. So i'm glad recovering this today because it forced me to dig deeper really kind of learn about it or you could have just asked your wife who by the way is a political scientist by education. You know yeah. I've been told that. Before so i get a little invested in presidential elections and the preceding debates and political discussion. So what it's fascinating and also frustrating and maddening and kinda stupid also but so fascinating the strategy. He's not even close anyway. Let's talk about the electoral college. Yup that's why we're here. So let's do it and by the way we're going to refrain from any partisan right discussion. This is just about the electoral college. You won't know who we voted for. So for starters you know how annoying all of those census ads and like postcard mailers and mail and information and more ads and everything was reminding us. How important is that we fill out our census form so that everyone is counted yet. And i remember seeing a ton about the census recently. But i believe you filled out the form. Since you're our families designated form filler outer am. I joined it because again i am a political scientist so data and surveys and stuff like that matters anyway. The census is used to determine a lot of things most notably funding to your state for certain services. So if you have a disproportionate number of school aged kids for example it tells the. Us government that you'll need a disproportionate amount of funding for schools. I mean that's really dumbing. It down but funding is a biggie. And doesn't also tell you how many representatives you'll get in the. Us house it does so every state gets two senators so there are a total of one hundred senators in the us senate but representatives are totally different because their allocated based on the census count. Yes they are. There's always four hundred and thirty five of them. No more no less. But how they're allocated can change. So if everyone emptied out of california which currently has fifty three districts and therefore fifty-three representatives and moved to wyoming which currently has just one representative. Those numbers would turn on their head. And by the way. Alaska delaware montana and north and south dakota and also vermont have just one representative yes and there are also some non voting delegates in the hell. They can do everything. The voting members can do except vote. Hence the name right. They can introduce bills and participate in committees Currently there is a delegate representing washington. Dc as well as one each for puerto rico. American samoa guam the northern mariana islands. And the us virgin islands. They're also talking about adding a delegate from the cherokee nation and from the choctaw nation which is super cool. Yeah it really is. And the senate and house together are called congress and there are a total of five hundred thirty five members of congress. So that's that hundred senators and the four hundred and thirty five representatives. Each state has the same number of electoral college votes. That they have congressmen or women which means each state has a minimum of three electoral college members. Two senators one representative three so for the the smaller less populated states. They're still going to have three electoral college members.
Update Alert: Critical 0-day in Chrome
"Speaking of being challenged. The hacker news summed this up by writing attention readers in. You are using Google Chrome Browser on your windows Mac or Lennox computers you need to update your web browsing software immediately to the latest version Google released earlier today, and this was last week. So you know. Even, though that was last Tuesday even my own always sort of sluggish chrome had already updated but. This one just you our listeners may just want to make sure that they're now running eighty-six dot zero, dot forty, two, forty, dot one, one one. However, there's much more to last week's emergency update than what drove it, but we'll start with that. So last Tuesday's released closed five vulnerabilities. Four were rated high severity one was medium and one of those four high severity vulnerabilities was what we're talking about was a zero day that was seen exploited in the wild by being exploited by attackers who are using it to hijack targeted computers so You know that nasty one it was numbered CV e twenty, twenty, fifteen, nine, ninety, nine and what's significant is that it's a heap buffer overflow in free type, which is the widely used open source font rendering library, which is part of chrome but many other things. Various bounty payouts were or will be made for the other four vulnerabilities, but this biggie was discovered in house by Google's project zero researcher Sir J Glazunov. Even. So even though it was found in house, it was subjected to an accelerated seven day public disclosure released deadline because the flaw was under active exploitation and that's the project zero guidelines. You know you get. You get thirty days for things that like, yeah. You gotta gotTa get these things fixed but if it's if it's being used if it is a zero day, you get a week. As it happens, this only took one day for Google to begin pushing the update which they did on the twentieth they found out there was discovered on the nineteenth they had. They were pushing the fixed one day later, which is interesting because it wasn't even really their problem it was in the free type library not in chrome. Sir J immediately. Notified the free type developers who also developed an emergency patch to address the issue. And had it available the next day on October Twentieth And so that's free type two point one, zero, point four. This is significant because free type is everywhere. Without, revealing details of the vulnerability Ben Hawks who is project Zeros technical lead warned via twitter there while the team has only spotted an exploit targeting chrome users. It's absolutely possible that other projects that use any earlier versions of the free type, library and there will be roughly a gazillion might also be vulnerable and are advised to deploy the fix included with free type version two, point one, zero, point four, he tweeted while we only saw an exploit for chrome other users. A free type should adopt the fixed discussed here, and then I've there's he provided a Lincoln tweet I've got the link here in the show notes. And it is part of the stable release of free type again, two point one, zero, point four. So what we do know thanks to what Sir J has shared is that the vulnerability exists in free types function load s bit PNG. So it's load underscore S B it underscore PNG which processes P. Images embedded into Fox. It can be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary code just by using specially crafted fonts with embedded PNG images, which out to be something that free type supports so in no not just curbed lifts, but you could embed images so and since web fonts can be specified by a web page, and since the browser will go download the font and then render glimpse from those fonts turning a theoretical free type flaw into an active exploit would not be difficult
'Dude, I'm Done': When Politics Tears Families And Friendships Apart
"Now you have likely seen it or felt it yourself. Now A recent survey shows how the nation's bitter political divide is taking a toll on friendships as NPR's Tuvia Smith reports with political polarization hitting a fever pitch. Even decades long relationships are caving under the pressure. It's been happening everywhere on social media, and in really life did straight up there. Dude, I'm done Lose my number that Shimada Davis from L. A. I just hung up on my end, and I proceeded to just block them in every possible way. Joanie Jensen from New York. I hate families, everything but I just don't know and Ricardo de Forest from Florida, there among the many Americans dumping friends over politics. It's one thing to disagree about tax policy, says Davis. But this is deeper. It's about morality and justice. As a black man. He says he simply could not abide his friend of 25 years down playing police brutality. It's like if this is your attitude. I don't respect you. Now I don't because people are really dying. It's also that kind of moral absolute to Jensen, retired professor and sexual assault survivor who cut off a friend of 40 years who was being cavalier about the allegations against Trump's then Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. He was going off flight. Oh, you drank the Kool Aid Cabin on boy. He didn't do anything. I said if this is his core ethics, I don't want that kind of person in my life Conservatives, Of course. Khun B. Justus, quick to spurn the liberals in their lives who clashed with their core values like life or the biggie for Ricardo de Forest Liberty. They sold our country out. This election is about the soul of what America is. He can be a free country. Andy, a socialist state to forest, a 61 year old steelworker cut off several cousins who he calls hard core Trump haters all they can do it. From the races on man bed on man raises, you know, blowing spittle in and veins popping out of their heads Yolk soy Latino, But I guess I'm some sort of horrible races because I like Trump. Ridiculous. We are seeing more political polarization today than at any point in modern history. Jocelyn Kiley, with the Pew Research Center says about 80% of Americans now have few or no friends across the aisle, and the animosity goes both ways. Democrats are a little bit more likely to say they'd end a friendship. But Republicans, maybe a little bit less likely to say they have friends on the other side, so it may not be all that differential. Everybody is doing this Tania Israel The University of California psychology professor runs workshops on cross the aisle conversations, she says. Both sides have big blind spots when it comes to the morality of their own side, and they all view themselves as eminently fair. And right. When I say all these things, I think I found fairly reasonable and see the other side as irrational. Just something wrong with these people. Whether conservatives like the forest or lefties like Joni Jensen, I said, Oh, my God, he really is brain. Wass. Everyone Tanya, Israel says could use a little more intellectual humility were flattening people out, you know, in terms of our view of them and not really seeing the full complexity of people on the other side. It's exactly what Georgia truck driver Jon Langford says his brother who's gay did to him. He went off on the sand. Essentially, I'm a racist and a homophobe. Just because I'm a trump supporter, knowif stands or butts. Ain't completely cut me out of his life, Langford says he's trying to not do the same and toe hang onto his friends. On the other side. I could assume that anybody that supports Biden is a firm believer that it's okay to murder a baby, but I don't From the other end of the political spectrum. Connecticut business consultant Jeff Maren Steen is also straining to stay friends with some trump supporters. Despite all the invective and insults, you know you live They're all the same or these ad hominem attacks. Maren Steen no longer talks to some of them with others. He just doesn't talk politics. It just feels like the healthiest thing for me to do at the moment. But, you know, I suppose the risk is that I'm just retreating into my own information bubble with people who think just like me. Indeed, experts say more conversation, not less is what's needed to heal the
Take Time To Ease Up
"I used to be. A woman with a plan. Oh boy. Watch out Kara's coming through the doors. Holy crap. Running a business for sixteen years a business that ran from 6 a.m. To 9 p.m. 7 days a week. Closed one day a year boy. Oh boy in a lot of ways. It was my survival. It was how I had to be to survive the the extraordinary busyness of running that business with up to forty employees and thousands of students. I'm just telling you this because I have to give myself a little bit of a break that I was a woman with a plan but I also had to look at myself because I got two points where I was pissing people off left and right. I was losing friends. I was losing employees because I was so stuck in being the way that I was and I'm disclosing this because you may be a woman a man with a plan unable to let go and allow allow the things to be a little more agile and flexible. so as we look at our patterns as we're doing this this week, and we're looking at ways of our being and we're admitting what's not helpful or might I say mindful loving friendly adaptable as we start to look at our patterns admit what they are recognized that as we start to shift we notice We let it be we notice it we admit it. We start to change those patterns. We're going to start to move into new directions for today. I want to offer you this light saying reminder. to ease up He's up on yourself. He's up on others just to ease up and I think that if anything this pandemic has helped us to do that. Because things are changing. We can't we have we realize we ultimately have no control over any of this. Right? So we've had to ease up on our need for things to be a certain way. It's been the great leveling the great allowing. But I want to offer you this reminder to ease up and I give you this cuz this is how I have learned to do this open your palms up to the school if you can do it right now do it. In this mudra of allowing in this hand position of just allowing. I allow things to be as they are right. Now. I allow this person to be as they are. I allow the situation to unfold as it will I alone now everything to be as it is. It's a reminder to let go of the control to let go of the manipulation to let go of the of the fixed mindset off of things having to work out the way you need them to work out. At the rate at its that you needed to happen. Come on, hurry up and get this done because I need you to do this. He's up. He's up Kara. He's a this is how I started to soften those grooves. I still have them rest assured just talked to my husband. I still have them. but there's been some biggies that I've let go of And it's really happened by me noticing admitting painfully admitting noticing that I can redirect patterns even just a little bit with reminders like this one. He's up. He's up and allow. this to unfold Tomorrow we're going to practice we're going to do a quick practice for today. I offer you this simple hand position open your palms to the sky when you know yourself in a fixed way of being And allow yourself to be open and available to things changing or tubing or people doing something different or you doing something different. Let's jump out of those fixed grooves in those fixed sled Cycles, which they called. Let's pack is up and open up and become more spacious and allowing. It feels so much better. I'm going to tell you that. All righty, patterns patterns patterns work in the patterns this week. Remember this isn't comfortable. You may want to just turn me off. That's okay. You may get pissed off at me. I don't care. I know this has worked for me and I'm just want to share it with you.
"biggie" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"And we got to this idea of what's going to happen to all those mall foods. We may have been hungry at the same time. We have just gotten up and had a snack but instead, we were lying in bed thinking about anti Ns dip in fucking dots like all the mall food that you don't really see outside of the mall. except. At that carnival I did not realize until we were having this discussion that some of that is carnival food and we're going to get that if you want to feel like Templeton I, do not know templeton my my animal representation of my soul I have seen standalone corn dog fast food places. I, have seen that in the south but I. Don't know how many of them are are out there and I don't know if you can get the plethora of foods all in the same grouping, right like anything that you could get a little kiosk in the mall like are there standalone Orange Julius I? Don't know I don't I I mean look if the people want the food, it's GonNa Find A. Way To persevere well, I've also been to malls that are mostly food. Have you been to these concepts before where they have a very, very small actual retail footprint, but it is mostly a gathering place for different food. Wait. Are you talking about like a food hall or a mall that has switched over and has more food than shops? I'm talking. About I, think a food hall that it was intended to host mostly like different stance kind of like a food court happens to be really great food. Yeah I. Mean I like to hang out in those places. I'm not big on hanging out in malls right now I mean I'm not big on hanging out in many places right now, but we shouldn't. A time issue you know the timeliness issue but yeah, I mean. But I like a good high low pairing like I WANNA go to J. crew and then go get a greasy software axel I want some some walk by food. I. Just want to get it and go dipping dots though can go fuck off into the sea I think that's What did you say the other night you were liked does dipping dots know that ice cream of the future is twenty twenty. Did they know that this was the future that they were stupidly hoping for? Yeah it's awful. Yeah. Ice Cream of the future. My ass it's just sugared circles. I'm so mad at them. I would rather just chew ice cubes which I do, but don't tell me dentist about. That's more fun to me. That is all of our low. Thank you. Pat For that because that was an ice trip down memory lane and also I told you I was going to talk about on the show and I did but that is the anniversary letters. I do just want to send a quick. Thank you to Matthew for your contribution means a lot to us. It was Super Nice. Thank you. This show is listener supported and support comes in many forms. So thank you for all of them. Lisa what's your one good thing this week. It's real weird and it has to do with my mom so. FEDEL in. Saddle and I get this package the other day and I'm like, what did mom send me? I thought it was a gift. Little. Did I. Know that it was like. A trip down. Memory Lane. I'm taking him out of the box right now keep it in the box. Do to sit up. Honest. No. Okay. Well, you weren't a very good girl scout. So. S It upon is a device that you use when you're doing outdoor activities so that you don't have to sit with your around. It's an Inbetween Z. Cussin'. And you can make one and my mom sent me one that I made before. I. Went to Camp I was probably eight. And It's just a real treasure. Real. It's a real time capsule and just the evidence of my youth is beyond first of all, my friends signed it and put their phone numbers on it. From a time before you needed area codes to make a local call. So that's when this took place on one side. It just has sharply drawn pictures of my interests. I just thought maybe you'd like to now oh. Oh, I WANNA know. Can you tell me said interests? So on this magazine that's wrapped in a shower curtain that is sewn up with a piece of yarn that cost eighteen cents That's how nine pinecone. Can you go right back to pine cones for? Thirty six pie cones you gotTa, you gotTa work hard to get this yarn the. So up the shower curtain around this photography magazine asked all from my dad when I was eight. Wail, let's see my interest kitty puppy drew those you knew I like them ice cream and soft pretzels are both on here along with ace mystery with a gift. Honor it. Also, Jesus. Only. But only dead Jesus in that weird three period because I do the cross. I might have made this around Easter? Also. Two other things. One is my computer which we all share that computer. Pinball the only game that was on that computer. And the thing I can't get over that I'm so embarrassed by. Is the can of Pepsi that I drew. How did I not know that coke is the superior soft drink? Pepsi. Is Not fine. Was this the only soda? I never had in my life. I had one can of Pepsi and I was like Ooh Soda I like that. Put It on that cushion. Will you please take a picture of the so we can put it on Instagram is delightful I absolutely well, I is that you drew Jesus. This is amazing and I am in tears now just drew the cross that he was on. Somehow, this survived somehow survived about twenty, six, twenty, seven years of life and my mom moving to a different neighborhood. And still exists. Not. Like on purpose because it was so sentimental because she just found it and she was like Haha I'm going to send this to Lisa I opened the. So. This like I just keep it by my desk and whenever I need a laugh, I just get it out and look at it and I start laughing. So. That's that's my one good thing top that car and what's your one thing? Does your mom send you anything weird from your? Childhood. My one good thing. This week is your set upon. I there is no topping it I. My one good thing. He has a carrying strap. 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Interview with Elizabeth Debecki
"The biggie on her tended co-star Kenneth Brannagh. While I've also been a huge fan of cans for many years I've seen him. Obviously in film intelligent but I've also seen him on stage lot and I always had this enormous respect cannon thought he was. sort of `can-do everything I was. So we'll come running do everything. He can write direct APP saying dance. It was sort of it's a bit much actually he should leave some talent for other people but working with him. He just has this ability to put you at ease. He's so kind actually and very. very, very generous as the same. But has an ability to sort of keep the energy around the scene onset. Very focused but very alive. And I actually think it's partly to do with his sense of humor which is. Pretty, spectacular I I actually. Once. Waiting to shoot part of the cost sequence, which is so high octane and the emotional car in between two characters in that moment of the film is so dark and it's so there's so much violence in the air in that moment. And we were sitting waiting to shoot a part of that scene and he made me laugh so hard that I actually split the same amount address, and so I could say that Cameron is genuinely side-splitting if you will which he would enjoy. But now he's a joy. The film has scope. The scope of the film what Chris wanted to do? With the movie was sort of create. Of VOSS NECE and an expanse and a sense of. Because the entire world is at stake. In the protagonists mission, we really had to branch out across the Globe and put all those places on camera and because of the way that Chris Works and hate him wanting to always capture the authentic article whatever that is whether it's the actual, the actual country, the actual boat, the actual human. So there's there was a sense of of of when I entered the film knowing that we would just going to kind of. Me Personally and as an artist just have my kind of horizons massively expanded, which was what the experience of shooting was. As I think credit to our crew really because the crew that made this film would definitely. I'm exterior extrordinary human beings, but they worked so hard and we would sort of finish shooting in a country and pack up at nine PM. In the next day, we would all be on this plane and we would travel somewhere else and we would start shooting twenty four hours later and I think the kind of rigor of that. But also the fact that I think really really bonded US travelling that much definitely as cost it really did Sometimes Jane I would sort of meet up in different cities Buran and we would Have like a cup of coffee and Estonian and three days later, we would be having lunch in Italy, and so it was so kind of surreal and bizarre and. A A massive privilege to especially because of. Where we are in twenty twenty when I think back to just being able to travel out in the world and capture that people. But now sort of fantastic we did really because when people see the film, they can be in all those places. She this and I max the only way to go in my book. I Max Cameras. Put simply really make the experience larger than life, but it's also the quality of the film and I think the way that Hoy towel cinematographer shoots and he is really such genius. It just immerses the audience into. The cinematic experience, but I think watching something on amax inevitably. It hits you in a different way. Literally, you access the film in a different way because. It's almost visceral sort of a bodily experience when something is that that huge captured with the specificity of those cameras that I think. I don't think it's comparable really to anything that people will have same before Janet is now playing the near you.
Your Love Object
"Good morning and welcome back to morning messages. Thanks so much for joining me. I Am Care Bradley bringing you these really quick hits. These a little snippets from pockets of my mind my heart little things I've learned along the way and things I've read and and just a conversation about. About a winning, this is really about awakening and one of the things I've learned the most over these long decades of my life is that. Self love. Loving kindness. Being kind to yourself is the nectar is really the It's the medicine. That I needed. To really push forward into my personal transformation, but it also works for everybody else. It's not something I made up for sure something I have learned along the way as I continue to dive deep into my own mind body. And Soul. And today I wanNA bring you a another angle at this kindness path on this kindness path and that is. Your love object. Oh Boy, this is a fun one. I have been talking the last couple of days about being this hard ass Brooklyn girl. Hard as only grow between two brothers heart s having to be hard as entrepreneur unfortunately in running businesses especially, my yoga studio you would think a yoga studio of all things. You know you can just be all light in open and airy but no way. Having rent pay payroll to pay classes to run. I, I had a lockdown I didn't want to but I did and it really. it built up a Lotta thick. Skin. which was not good. Really not good in the end So it took me years to soften. This one in particular. This little trick I'm GonNa teach you today was a Biggie in my life and I learned this from my Meditation Teachers Scott Nancy McBride From Clear Lake Meditation. You can google them, they are amazing and they do a ton online. Okay this one is about having a love object. Help when Scott I taught it to me I was I rolled my eyes. I was like, no freak away. Can't go there Scott. Sorry. I am not that sappy. So the love object is. Someone or something in. Your. Life. That is one a pet. To. A child or baby but I'm talking childlike toddler child. Right we? WanNa think about one of the cutest things in our lives and it could be past or present. A cutie. Cutie, that makes our voice change we speak to it. Right for me, I use my dog joey. Rest his little heart. Shall we when I spoke to Joey I talk differently, my voice raised my voice got kinda sweet and syrupy. I was so kind and gentle to Joe Right. I'm even changing my voice as I speak to about him. Joe Come over here. Silly boy what do you want from me? Come on silly. And I would talk to Joey with this light syrupy voice. with, this kindness and gentleness. And I also talked to my babies that way before they could speak back to me. This is what our love object is when we can think about how we spoke and how we speak to our love objects and I love the name because it's so damn sappy. And we turn that towards ourself. Oh. Okay now here's the trick for me anyway. Give. Yourself a nickname or use the nickname you had when you were a child for me it was Mimi. So. Shedding, the dark the dark armor. An offering myself more self love. Loving kindness. With by by by talking to myself as if I am a love object which I am. Mimi come on Mimi. So, when I do something stupid and I thought my phone come on Mimi wake up hit tension Mimi. Or? Say. Something I don't mean Oh. Gosh me. It's okay. Next time be more attentive and pause before you talk. Right when I when I eat something I, know I shouldn't have eaten or eight too much your drink too much or whatever too much or do this or didn't work out or Blah Blah Blah la La la. It's que me me. Let's just give it a try better try next time. So it goes along with their their sweetheart with hand on heart you can put them all together and boom. You're GONNA have a huge loving kindness practice. Or just try one of these at a time. Go slow.
Biden VP pick: Kamala Harris to join Biden in Delaware
"Will hit the campaign trail once again, this time as Joe Biden's running mate. The former vice president made the announcement on Twitter, calling Harris a fearless fighter for the little guy in one of the country's finest public servants. Today. Our political analyst Michael Neil says the pic was a safe one. He does not have any obvious flaws. Vice president almost never helps you. You just want number one biggie. You don't want anybody who's going to be a target. Harris is the first African American woman to compete on a major party's presidential ticket. Biden and Harris are scheduled to hold their first joint press conference at around 12. 50. This afternoon. Arizona time. You can hear it live right here on our 92.3 FM, The
Dota 2's Omega League and R6 Goes to College
"Not talking about Dr. disrespect amid dreams and the sports minute presented by sports network I know Dr disrespect some interviews and broke his silence, and even tweeted out a cryptic video, but we actually learned basically nothing about the situation today, so when we get an official reason from twitch order official move to a new platform. I'll be covering it here as of now. Just hold on. Right now there are biggies sports news to cover. That's actually happened. Doda to has some real competitive structure. Finally yesterday we covered delays to the international today. European to two teams announced the formation of the Omega League it includes major organizations like team, liquid og team secret and they just tear. The legal have a five hundred fifty thousand dollar prize pool attached toe to see us go. The two major valves sports have both been propped up by Major and minor tournaments for years in twenty twenty go has moved closer towards league style format to flashpoint in the pro league, both being created with this league appears Doda to is following suit over in the collegiate fourteen ubisoft as created a college. College League for Rainbow Six East Sports, the legal operate in conjunction with face it. This decision had plenty of foreshadowing face. It also took over the operations for North America's professional circuit this spring, which used to be controlled by ESL and on June twenty second face. It brought on Doron Party. The founder of collegiate star lead head up face. It's new college program. Clearly dance something big in the works. Now, final note for the Sports Minute Elsie
Judgmental or Making a Judgement? What's the Difference?
"Hey Good Morning peeps Lynn Mattie here yet again and from peachtree city. What's with that? Yeah I still live here. On my morning walk with the Dogs I was contemplating judgment and I thought well I'm GonNa talk about that today on the podcast because it is so poignant. For this time in our history, but of course it also is such a big part of our day to day lives. So I want to talk about what is judgment. And how does it differ from being judgmental? If you look up the word judgment in the dictionary, there are generally two meanings which help us sort out issues. One has to do with making judgments so yeah. At a basic semantic level making judgments is being judgmental, but the other meaning of judgmental has to do with being overly critical in an unhelpful way, and it is this separate meaning that allows us to get to the heart of the issue that most of us have with judgment. And that is when it becomes an obstacle. When were unaware of our judgmental tendencies? We become angry, hateful, defensive, anxious and isolated, and as you can imagine these traits not only alienate us from others, but also from our very soulful South's and this is tricky business because. Judgmental ISM is not all bad when our inner judge is balanced, we are able to make clear decisions and avoid potentially dangerous and very situations. Being critical also helps us be creative and innovative and Yup insightful about other people's problems, and how they reflect on our lives when we're judgmental, and we behave in a manner that is critical, condemning and condescending, we are judgmental and critically nitpicking in finding fault with another person group an idea situation. That is when we start to filter our lives through these distorted patterns of thought those cognitive distortions that I talk about black and white thinking we mind, read what another person is saying and condemn them for it. At the same time we judge because of this mind, reading or the black and white thinking that they're bad or they're. Stupid unworthy and yet while this is happening, this judgmental ISM extends to ourselves, and we become self hating increasing our low self worth increasing depression and anxiety, and all that comes with that like substances so essentially in the psychological realm. They're such a big difference between making judgments emitting. Mental making judgments comes from. A balanced a neutral mind while judgmental ISM comes from the imbalanced and reactive mind that is seeking to protect us from being hurt by others. It's our defense mechanism. In case you need a little help. To see or hear if you're judgmental in the more harmful way, here are some signs to look out for you believe. Everyone or a significant amount of people are out to get you. You expect other people to be consistent all the time meaning in their behaviors in how they treat you excetera. You struggle to see on a person's flaws. That falls into that black and white thinking pattern. YOU EASILY SKIP to conclusions mind reading to conclusions you struggle to tolerate ambiguity and uncertainty Waza like what we're in the midst of. Your intolerant of people who are not like U. yeah, this is a Biggie for many of us. You generally are pessimistic about life. You tend to believe people are either all good or all bad. That's a good person. That's bad person. You struggle to find the inherent beauty in another person.
Weird renovation hiccups have delayed the big move
"We said last week on the podcast that this was going to be the week that we were moving the first week of May famous last words. No sooner did we say that. Then we found out that it's not gonNA happen. We're actually probably going to move next week. The second week of May if all goes right yeah now. I'm like I don't know when I'm moving. I'm just going to wait by the phone for the call at some point. Someone's going to say it's ready. Come on down because we can only blame the floors for this delay guys. Something so surprising happened. Even the flurry finisher was like I have never seen this before the pine floors at the Florida House as he was sending them down started to look a little strange to him and he realized that at some point in this house's history so what had patch some areas but not with the same flooring so the entire downstairs we knew was regular pine and the entire upstairs is heart pine but I think at the point at which someone made the upstairs heart pine the downstairs was patched with heart pine. Maybe this is not the first time they've had to pass because of water issues. Yes but we talked it through the contractor and the flooring guy and because we were just going to be using a clear sealer on the floors like we weren't staining color. They concluded that there was no way. We're GONNA be able to hide the difference in the flooring materials so the only solution was actually take those heart pine patches out and patch it with matching pine right and the funny thing is he had already source some matching pine for the gaps in the floor. Remember we had holes in the floor. We had to fill. But little did he know at that point he should have sourced double that and then he could have fixed these stripe portions but it is all going to be patched and look when we clear seal it. They're going to be lovely. Knock on all the would have to do it or I'm worried it's not GonNa last episode and it didn't work okay. Well I'm doing it again. The point is it took about four extra days which pushed us over into a different week. Rolled us over on the calendar. But obviously we don't want to move in with stripe floors in certain areas. It just had to be done well and at some point or contractor thought he was going to be able to make up some time but we just keep having these little things pop up like the toilet who would ever thought a toilet would cause this many issues like we have this favourite toilet that we just put up in our master bathroom here and we're putting it again in our Florida House. And so we've ordered plenty of times. Yeah so it's like a two piece toilet. It has like a tank on the top and a bowl on the bottom. And then you add the seat. This time. We've found it altogether. Sometimes it comes with a seat sometimes. It doesn't but we found it the cheapest this time at home depot. We put in the order. We mailed to the contractor. He installed it then he said. Oh my gosh. You won't believe this. But they gave us the wrong seat and he sent a picture and it was so funny. It was like look like a bulldog like an under bite because the toilet has an elongated bowl but the seat was like a round shorter seat. So like if you can picture toilet seat. That doesn't even fully cover the mouth of the toilet bowl. That's what it looked like. It was like we all laughed about. It looks so funny. Little pouty lip. It really did. And he was like no biggie. My Guy is going to go back to depot. We'll figure it out but then the next day I got another text and it was like. Oh my gosh. Different part of the toilet is wrong too. And he said he hadn't seen it in person but when he saw it in person he noticed after his plumber. Install the toilet that the bowl of the toilet like a cream color and the tank was a white collar so not only did they send us the wrong toilet seat they also sent us the wrong toilet bowl. I think everyone was so distracted by the toilet seat issue that they didn't notice that the color of the tank ball were slightly off. Yes it was like a cream color and I was like no and he was like. Oh my gosh and getting so frustrated by this. They should have been like a half hour job like John and I can install a toilet. We don't even really need him to install the toilet except that we wanNA functional bathroom. The minute we arrive because we anticipate the children like running in after a long car ride and needing to use the toilet and then on top of that when they went to go back and get another one from home depot was suddenly out of stock and back ordered at home depot so we had to go source elsewhere online to get it delivered so it was like this whole thing. That shouldn't have been a thing. Yeah it was two days ago. The toilet arrived today online. They shipped real fast. I didn't even pay expedited shipping. They had a lot on hand so it wasn't backward everywhere which I'm really excited about because I would have been so upset if it was like okay. You can't have your favorite toilet. I had to be like but there's nothing else. There's no other toilet I love. Then this stores are out of hand sanitizer wipes toilet paper and this toilet specific toilet. No but we found it. We're so excited and as of I think this afternoon. They're installing it and also be well that was not a super long delay. It was just kind of felt like an extra fire drill right and so yes it is disappointing that are move has gotten pushed back and there seemed to be these last little things that are just keeping from getting to the finish line but I guess the good news is that even though we have to spend an additional week here in Richmond and sort of our quote Unquote Glam thing in our house. You know where we don't have all of our stuff most our furniture and we're just kind of living bare bones. But you know we're a week into living like this and it hasn't been that bad really. I mean again. We have beds. We kept enough kitchen stuff that we can cook meals. And then we'll just bring that stuff in the car with us so it could be worse. I
Boston - Baker activates National Guard as coronavirus crisis grows
"Governor Baker announced yesterday he's calling up thousands more National Guard troops to help with the fight against covert nineteen and that they're expanding the Gillette and Biggie drive through testing from first responders to also grocery store workers Baker again warning of a surge in cases in the state which could happen now through the next couple weeks so what can individuals do the best way you can show it is to not give it to somebody else and not get yourself and that means staying away from people for the most part except those you may share a house with an apartment and really limiting your outdoor activities to those essential activities we discussed before and if you can wear face covering a mask when you can't social does socially distance please do because it will help not just you but it will also help other people as well Boston mayor Marty Walsh said on CNN yesterday night that the city's response the pandemic will extend well into July and
March Madness is going to be very different this year
"Madness will be among the nation wide events that are being altered because of the corona virus NCAA president mark Emmert announced the games in both the men's and women's tournaments will be closed to the public with only a limited number of players families and officials in attendance the move to prevent the spread of covert nineteen virus comes as college conference tournaments are in full swing across the country the Atlantic coast conference is in day two of its five day men's tournament in Greensboro North Carolina the pac twelve played the first game in Las Vegas the Southeastern Conference begins the men's tournament in Nashville Tennessee the Biggie starts at Madison Square Garden in New York there are no plans to restrict fan access to those
"biggie" Discussed on Broken Record
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"biggie" Discussed on Broken Record
"Up a few weeks after the song released released the story from trapped became very real to park on October seventeenth nineteen ninety-one two-pack was crossing the street in downtown Oakland when two policemen stopped him the accused him of Jaywalking and ask to see his. ID in the police report officers. Refer to Popeye's Middle Name. Amaru you call them angry and hostile. They said to pack told them. This is just too white cops who want to stop a nigger morning. I am here today with with my client to pop on more shock here as well in a press conference about a month later told his side of the story. Next thing I know my face was being buried into the concrete and I was laying face down in the gutter waking up from being unconscious and cuffs would blood on my face and I'm going to jail resistant arrest rest. That's a Rasim it to me that had to be stopped in the middle of the street and check like we in South Africa and asked for my ID officer boy SUPLEX. Suda Oakland Police Department for ten million in dollars alleging false arrest and imprisonment. The case eventually settled for reported. Forty two thousand on the same day to park fouled complaint against Oakland Police November Twelfth Nineteen ninety-one to Pakalitha now appeared in record stores. It was the first major rap release for interscope records which was is partly owned by Warner Music. Group to pacalypse now was no bestseller. It peaked at number sixty four on the billboard. Hot Two hundred but what. It lacked in commercial commercial success. It made up for social resonance to park wrapped about the plagues of poverty and violence in his righteous anger at the police carried echoes of his Black Black Panther lineage to billboard magazine. The album was like a battle cry. The police didn't pay much attention to to pacalypse. Now the record that set off the next battle between hip in the cops wasn't rapid all it was a heavy metal album put out by ice t I see was one of the first gangsta thanks to rappers his landmark song six in the morning named for the LAPD's early am battering ram raids helped to define the genre in the mid Nineteen Eighty S. But I see was also a fan of thrash metal and in nineteen ninety. He formed a metal band with a high school friend. Ernie C. I Sang and wrote the lyrics which covered the the same street level subjects. He rapped about they called the band body. Count the first album released in March nineteen ninety-two featured the songs longs KKK bitch. Evil Dick. A Momma's gotTa dot tonight. But the one that caused all the fuss was the last song on the album.
"biggie" Discussed on Broken Record
"In in the summer of one thousand nine hundred nine a spokesman for the FBI sent a one page letter to the Los Angeles Office of priority records. The New York Times said the letter was historic until then the bureau had never taken an official position on a work of art. The Work of art in question was the song. Fuck the police by the rap group N W A short for Niggers with attitudes milt Ahlerich Assistant Director of the FBI's Office of Public Affairs accused in Wam priority records of encouraging violence and disrespectful law enforcement. He noted that seventy eight officers have been killed in the line of duty in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and he said I believe my views reflect flicked the opinion of the entire law enforcement community. No doubt fuck. The police was provocative in their lyrics. The members of NWEA fantasize about retaliation. Sean White Cops who are uh-huh going back drag NWEA fraternity of rappers and DJ's from Southern California. The group's leader was easy and it stars were Dr Dre and Ice Cube together they they created Ron Profane music from the things. They saw their neighborhood. Gangs guns in drugs fuck. The police was a response to decades of racist abuse. Particularly the gang sweeps that have become common in southern California. Police said they were trying to stop the drug trade gang violence but many residents especially the black and brown ones called it racial profiling when NWEA's debut album straight OUTTA COMPTON came out in August nineteen eighty-eight it didn't get much radio play. MTV wouldn't air the video rolling stone didn't publish a review most of the groups early buzz came from local shows. Autograph sessions and small black owned record stores but not long after the album caught on with black hip hop fans it crossed over to white audiences. A priority records salesman called straight OUTTA COMPTON ILLICIT forbidden fruit for junior high students. Obviously somebody is listening in. Just six weeks straight OUTTA COMPTON has gone gold selling more than half. A million copies rebellious his teenagers and hip hop heads. Weren't the only people paying attention. Local police departments facts the lyrics of fuck the police from city to city. Many officers refused to work security. NWEA concerts which made it difficult for promoters to book the grew at a concert in Detroit in nineteen eighty nine. The members of W would chased off stage by police after performing a few lines of the song the controversy got into a lot of news coverage many in law enforcement. Fear that end of you as rap entices youngsters into crime by glamorizing street gangs and making police after. Be The bad guys who was just letting everybody know that black people who is fed up getting harassed by the police and getting beat bomb all that attention positive and negative helped make. NWEA a national sensation. Dr Dre thanked all rich for writing the FBI letter. You made us a lot of money over the next three years. Few other rap artists succeeded in drawing attention to police. Brutality and such an intense way then and March nineteen nineteen ninety-one police abuse reached millions of American living rooms. The three police officers facing felony criminal charges were among a group of fifteen who stopped opt to twenty five year. Old Black Man. Last Saturday night then beat him. Kicked him and clubbed him unaware that an amateur photographer was recording the incident on videotape Los Angeles police chief the beating of Rodney King was accorded by an La resident who sent the tape to a local TV station. It was one of the first widely seen videos of police brutality and it went whatever it is we called viral and the nine hundred ninety s prior to his release from jail last night. Twenty Five Year Old Rodney King showed his injury to reporters the bruises broken leg and the scars from the stun guns with him. Golden Him with fifty thousand volt shocks. I can say after the first three good good licks licks with one one with that with the shocker. The next with Billy Clo- Cross a face. I was scared. I was scared for decades members of minority communities had argued the police brutality was under reported. The righty king video was evidence that they were right. Right after the tape came out rappers joint civil rights activists in leading a national conversation about police brutality. Their music also took going to new urgency while America. Reckoned with the Rodney King video super was putting together. His Solo debut to pacalypse now to park wrapped about a police harassment and brutality throughout the album and in one thousand nine hundred one interview with David a bay area hip hop journalist. He explained his relentless focus on police violence. In some situations I show having the power and other situations I show it has. It's more to happen with the police or with the power Russia having ultimate power. I show both ways. I should wait. How really happens in ways that I wish it could be? The first single from apocalypse now was called trapped trapped in the lyrics to park fantasized about getting revenge on the officers. Who harassed illegal the city streets timmy?.
"biggie" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"So when I when I see that we have a common ancestry in music is drawing on that sort of funk. Sound boom bap happening earlier in the eighties. We have the same sample sources and and they're working with the same producers. I think upsets the narrative of a East Coast West Coast divide and shows that there's actually perhaps things in common that are happening within within the music. Yeah well there was never an aesthetic beef right. There beef wasn't about different a difference in. I don't think my from my understanding. Their beef wasn't at least not primarily about styles It wasn't about my styles better than you know. Tiger style can defeat your dragon style. It wasn't like in fact you know to park From what I know about his music really starts to take on a so-called west coast sound when he joins death row a lot of his music before or that had all different kinds of sounds in a way that's different from like snoop right who kind of had a particular sound for a lot of his his especially earlier music. I was surprised price to learn on your show that his early MC name was even. Mci New York. Yeah I mean he had so many different influences he worked with shock g you know and digital underground which is like another other influence in his music. Now you can tell from my rich of season this is just the so. Yeah I mean we. We tend to think of two pockets of west coast artists. What we're talking about of the eleven months that he was on death row and it's a sliver over of his actual career but it ultimately was the most popular and so that's why we remember it that way but I mean it just shows you the east coast versus West Coast was always very reductive like Christopher said I mean Seattle's on the West Coast? We've been nobody's talking about like the Seattle Influence of West Coast music talking about L. A.. And we're not talking about Baltimore's influence on music. We're talking about New York right. Yeah I think we could grab a track of two soldiers story which you talk about on your show and really hear that boom BAP I. I'll.
"biggie" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"And I'm not a bills fan but this might be the way to give me into it. You know a little beef. I didn't realize they were doing it like that. The fact that two pockets sampling. A big track back in his distract in order to just add further insult to injury and the fact that we maybe heard this g funk in y'all were like the the non maybe altogether this pointing to me that there is a tension here. There's this west coast east coast feud but when we start to zero in on the musical the differences between those two styles. It seems like they have more in common than you might think so. We're thinking let's take a short break and when we come back let's dig into into this tension like feud more of a personal feud or is it more of a musical feud is is paid content for sponsor. Get over there Meghan. Hey I'm Megan Kista my sweatpants Angelique Crochet and this is streaming strong straight. Talk brought to you by the DEL. XPS Thirteen two and one let the laptop tailor made for the binge watcher in all of us. That was amazing. It's so interesting. How movie soundtracks like really do change? The dynamic namic of what we're watching everybody attached to different movie music straight up but we can't talk about movie soundtracks without talking about Star Wars. Oh Oh man it soon as you said Star Wars all I can hear is the imperial March right for all of these action films and space operas. Each character has their own kind of tone within the music. We you always Kinda new. Han Solo is coming. You always kind of new in darth was coming right but like the songs with lyrics can actually amplify the movie thereof like I was thinking about Jackie Brown opening with across one hundred Tenth Street. That is the sickest Intro to any movie pretty much ever as one of the greatest songs too but for you. Do you prefer score over lyrics. I could definitely be just emotionally manipulated by a score like whenever I'm going going through an existential crisis which is constantly all. Just listen to the I heard Huckabee soundtrack on a loop. That's that's real. I understand my brand. which is crisis? I need a cinematic soundtrack while you're crushing emails. Listen with smoother streaming and booming sound on the Dell XP XPS thirteen to in one laptop powered by the latest tenth Chin Intel core processors. Find out more at eight hundred buy Dell. Today's show is brought to you by in culture. A new podcast from Microsoft exploring innovation in Popular Culture Richard today artists fashion designers gamers musicians and more who were using textual reimagined entire industries while creating things. We've never seen before season one of Microsoft's in culture podcast is available. Now listen and download on your favorite podcast APP okay. So if this isn't totally necessarily a G funk sound that West Coast what is a quintessential to pock track that would played encapsulate that G funk quality for US whenever I think of like the music that people consider Gangsta Rap West Coast g funk I think think usually for me the building black parliament funke delic but maybe you all might feel differently or Roger Troutman and do you think that it's right that it's like a particular the kinds of parliament Funke delake songs now all of them but but there are some definitely have that. It's very Cynthia Soun-.
"biggie" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"Snoop doggy dogg emphasis on that. High mogues. ugh style since line squealing the top and oftentimes Cindy funky Bass lines Parliament funke dialing the through line. Here's Dr Dray Right. I mean because we're talking about some of the earliest routes like if we're going back to Nwea then we're talking about the kind of music do deathrow. Did I mean the person at the sooner. That is Dr Dre. In a lot of what we describe that West Coast sound that G funk sound is music Dr Dre perfected over a decade essentially and even snoop. It's interesting sting. Hearing Snoop hit that song at the top that one to three inches above snoop doggy. Dogg and DR is ready to make an entrance so back GonNa have to pull the strap off to cook like he has this very rhythmic flow. He stepping into the beat in that ways like announcing himself itself to hit the drum in the same way. That boom BAP artists. Do I mean his flow is kind of definitive of a certain kind of southern California. Sound but he has shown both in his style and in the songs like respect for a kind of east coast style in east coast flow which is not to say that. That's all east coast heads could here. But he gets a lot of respect for mixing these two sounds. Let's turn this G Funk Lens now to one of the central protagonists in in our east coast. West Coast feud hit him up by to park from Nineteen ninety-six. Would we need to know about the song before we hit play so the thing about hit him up. Is that to parkhead along time to think about this song in this this album while he was in prison because remember as we mentioned earlier here that he thought that Biggie and puffy where co-conspirators into shooting that happened him right before he was sent to prison. So he's imprisoned stewing all over this. He's very mad. It biggie and Puffy and so he releases an album all eyez on me double album has about I think twenty eight songs on it hit them. Up is not one of them. Hit hit them. Up comes out later as a B side and it is pretty much it. It's almost unprecedented in hip hop distracts attracts. Because it's very literal it's very profane and it's just it's it's incendiary essentially and so yeah. I'll be interested to see what you're able to play play. But it's been the first verse from him up. Click you claim. They claim to be bat. Boys between Yeah I think we can take it by the amount of things that we didn't hear the two pockets and not happy with big all right you know even to this day. Hey I'm forty one years old. been a hip hop fan my whole life. I mean I can't think of a more disrespectful. You know song that was directed at another artist in the history hip hop and maybe no vassil lean but ice cube yellow buick GMC. You'll lose your train. Thank but it's not nearly as profane or as literal is to parkway you can literally here to pocket the end of the song last. Minute is just him yelling. You know yelling at biggest drawback the biggest thing. That's just I mean. He devolved into hysterics. Essentially it's just a screed. Yes a screed you a tirade tirade. If things are things are looking good lyrically in terms of The relationship between these two artists. I WANNA I do WANNA we were talking about sort of the sound of to pock and especially sort of like the death row. La Sound going. On I want to zoom in on that and just play the intro of the song and we can hear actually take quite a bit in common what we heard earlier in the race new doctrines. It's very funky Bass Line here. Sort of Moke style base and again look a little bit more in the background. But you have that high whiny lead tone as well now. Something we've heard all over Dr Gray sounds mighty mighty we report in this is the g funk sound through and through for me yeah it's you know it's interesting. I love when someone might feel different or not. I mean the the sample of course is from the song. Don't look any further from Dennis Edwards. who was in the temptation.
"biggie" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Dacian have given nearly fifty million dollars in disaster relief because every community has a story and a Walmart Visit Walmart dot org slash quick smart news that's worthy of your time axios on HBO features leading fios journalists highlighting the week ahead and politics business technology and the big topics shaping the future from conversations with Ilan Moscow about Tesla's early struggles to Tim Cook's perspect- dove on government regulation each edition of Axios helps you dispose of distraction tune out the noise and focus news matters most catch new episodes of axes on Hbo Sundays at six PM TV streaming on demand season three of slow burn is out the slate series that looks back at historical event and finds things that you never knew even though you thought you knew about the event is now looking at the lives and deaths to packet core and notorious B I g the new host of the show is Joel Anderson he along with his producer Christopher Johnson I've been working on on this for months everyone here at slate is extremely excited I've listened to episode one slow Burns Out Hello Joel thanks for coming on thanks for having me how big a fan one of these guys is music where you going in so I was a huge fan of big as I thought that he was you know any top three list of rappers would have included him. I was less excited about to pop music even though I was a fan at times who'd be the other two on the top three Oh or make them on rushmore give me more give you okay so in my lifetime I'm just saying my life right okay so Kendrick Lamar we got biggie I'm GonNa put Nas on there and now putting it seems I liked it but I think this is more about like emotional right right and is it like so and then guys at representatives over emotional connection and guys that like if I were rapper I probably would be this dude yes so right now I'm going between I thought of the roots scarface of Houston because I have to have somebody from Houston talk and just to Orient our listeners your you grew up in Houston so is that did they take I know there's a huge Houston rap scene and you know you can you G K and and was chopped in slowed what does that just grew with that from Houston from I associated suffered little purple drank okay so but did they take sides in what became known as these coast West Coast World I don't think so they were really you know from memory of it is that they were largely removed from it and but I would say that growing up in Houston but in most people there lean towards like the West Coast olive rap and he just was sort of an irrepressible character and it was hard to not the people that like to park like really emotionally attached to him and it's not it doesn't have everything to do with music and just had the person he he's an icon he's like the Elvis of hip hop in a way yeah and you know so there's this tattoo he has on his back like cross and he got that in Houston and I know plenty of people in Houston does it will be great to just follow up and maybe that can be episode eight following up on all these dudes I know from Texas who have that same tattoo on Iraq because to guide it so they it's not like they chose sides but they were much more passionate about music myself I was more of an east coast doodling Kansas like I had a friend at high school that brought me a bad boy mix Tapie went and visited New York came back to Houston and had a bad boy mix tape and played me though this like biggie stuff and I was like oh like I mean with these dues so every journalist into a big project like this with all question to answer what was the question that needed answering with season three s lober well I'll just say like internally like what cannot tell people that I've never heard before you know what I mean or even better what's the best way to contextualized why we actually care about these guys right because like it's their names Oh so much at the forefront of hip hop like we say too big and we connect those two guys without even really thinking about like why that happens and like you could reduce it to the fact that they both died at really young gauges but it goes beyond that like they had an impact at a legacy that goes beyond that and sort of investigating like hey wait a minute like we we talk about often we're always talking about their deaths but would about their lives it's like really interesting and like why do we still care about these guys at this point what about resonances with today because that's o'byrne signature so you listen to the series on Watergate and it's like well it's talking about Watergate but it's also really talking.
"biggie" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Hi this is Mike pesca host of the gist an ad supported podcast don't believe me listen to this. When historic flooding hit Fremont Nebraska the local Walmart stayed open to distribute lifesaving supplies like food water and bedding free of charge since two thousand Seventeen Walmart and the Walmart found community for more Info what you're about to listen to May include some potty talk then again it may not I hope it does though it's Wednesday October thirtieth two thousand nine thousand nine hundred slates gist i Mike Pasqua we are at all hallows Eve eve two days until All Saints Day One day until the rules and Goblin his attempt to refer me to a speech pathologist who could address this problem in my larynx you might call it if you were insensitive to my pla okay I too have however a Halloween a- actual Halloween sentiment to express to share an insight to convey it starts with the Jenny slate comedy Special Jenny slate for some reason keeps coming up a lot in the Google alerts all across the office and so I found out about this special special she's funny charming but she believes in ghosts there is section about how her house is haunted and she apparently thinks that's interesting enough to put her special and apparently everyone but me like that part of her special and I do explains things you know there are so many ways for a ghost story to be interesting it could be genuinely scary story it could be one of the story that raises questions it could be a story that explains odd things go stories are fun to bond over there are humorous go stories and historic ghost stories the movie ghost love story so there's so many many ways for go story to pack them in to hold one's attention to amazed light titillate and entertain but there is only one way for a Nongo story to be interesting and I actually think there might very well be zero his because my take on ghosts are that well not to take just a fact there are no ghosts ghosts aren't real anything that anyone has ever attributed to ghost spectre or apparition can be explained by another actual phenomenon and it's often a readily available all simple explanation or you know it's also maybe true that goes believers lying or they're lying to themselves either way it doesn't really matter to me because again there are no ghosts yes that's my story not a story actual fact was that interesting it really wasn't and I definitely based on that fact definitely can't have and Anthology Series on TV called lack of ghost stories? I can't sponsor historic tours of my neighborhood at night billed as the Non Ghost tour come explore historic Savannah Coastal Charleston as we examine the phenomena that locals have been speculating about for years then carefully pick apart they're misperceptions and laid to rest their foolish beliefs no we'll come to that tour there was one guy ever who stick was not believing in ghosts or the supernatural he was called the amazing Randi actually called himself the amazing Randi because no one else would call this guy amazing he was pretty much bore in movies there are tons of is who don't believe in ghosts they're always uptight officious jerk wads like the EPA administrator and ghostbusters or else they're the guy about to get his Ed lopped off by a ghost in a horror movie what there are no such things as screenwriter here's what I do to correct that I would have a hero just a genuine bonafide hero in a non goes story explain as a line of dialogue maybe as he repelled off the NOCCO Tony Tower or after L. Wins the trial knowledge of showering after a perm right I would have just say to another character not for nothing oh by the way it goes don't exist it's the only way we're going to move the needle on this the crew boring factual simple thing has so much less to say about it it is so much a poorer area ah for exploration and discussion then the wild impossible to prove based on a belief thing which brings me to casts about socialism versus podcasts about I don't know slightly left of center moderation about it it actually doesn't bring that it did in my own mind but let us that is an analogy for another day another day when we are visited by the spirit of Eugene v debs who warns us from beyond the grave I was totally wrong the whole time I should have bought stock in Ford on the show today I feel about the lieutenant colonel who tried to fill in donald trump's blanks Probably sounds a little more disgusting than really is but I eighty two relaunches its historical documentary series slow burn you thought Nixon and Clinton Gangsta how about to pocking begging the new slow-burn host Joel Anderson stops by did you know season three debuts today well if you don't know.
"biggie" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"She was married to biggie Stevie j and biggie worked together for years over a bad boy cr- produce some of the greatest records that we've all heard and so for him to now be married. Two biggies ex wife because biggies dead is just kinda. Some. But. I do like I'm on Johnny dean. I don't even go up with Stevie. But I do like he was trying to clean up and say, you know, we worked on our friendship for years. It's not like he know after biggie down. We got close because he seems corny melted. Damn. He's gonna say shit outright. Like a slime ball like that. I just. But anyway, so. The head of conversation about that incident and faith, although Stevens said he expected faith to be you know, to tag team with me in this. But faith was really about finding resolution and she appeared to be on Mimi side. I guess if you only like debate about side. So it was good. It showed some promise exactly being able to co parent. So that was dope. But Stevie was also trying to revert back to his old like, you know, niggardly ways. And unfortunately, it just wasn't landing. Well, and it also made him look super immature when he's been consistently showing himself in a different light to make us believe in his relationship with faith. They've been all about their couple dumb and all about, you know, the bond of marriage and their dedication to that. But then the moment that he gets in a situation where he feels like he has no choice, but you know, reverberate his always exactly what he did. And it was interesting to see that happening. Because once he did it both, faith and Mimi Mimi, although she was never. Really mattered like that. So even though she was really like doing those same types of things with our behaviors trying to, you know, be argumented even combative and cursing and all that shit. It just visit our like it has for the past have many years shows ban on but to see Stevie doing in that setting with Mimi and faith right there at the same table. He really looked immature and it showed you that. You know, he really doesn't have a lot of depth when it comes to his newfound growth, hopefully, it comes along and his numerous affairs. So that's it. I just want to encourage everybody to watch the love and hip, hop, Miami reunions. And also get yourself reacquainted with the cast of characters from love and hip hop in Atlanta. Okay question. Two time. Did they introduce anybody new? Are you gonna talk anything can? I just have like a snippet can just tell me Liz, a new character named PU who is married to someone who see says is very influential in the industry who they have a very open involving marriage that they say is not an open marriage. But that's exactly what their behaviors called, and she has actually opened and revolving married, isn't it? Literally, you heard me that means that they are behaving as if they have an open and revolving marriage. Okay. That takes it up a step further. It opens legs a little bit wider so opening revolving marriage, but they say they don't say they have an open marriage. They talk about being aware of each other's needs. Get it so. Yeah. And so that's how that works. And there is some murky gray history between her and Carly rid. What I appreciate about Carly read is that from the moment we see her in this season each scene. She's capitalizing the moment as as it relates to her success on a reality show, and it shows that she's understood understands whether she she understands whether the process of filming a reality. So she's prison in every scene. She's making I contact with their scene partner when they're throwing it for Mason her this..
"biggie" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Was a matter of record from the beginning because for years this was greg cade ing like uncovered it for years this was a mystery like it was one of those big parts of conspiracy theory greg katie just looked into the reports for that night and found it and found this report was like oh shit that's the gunshot that's it that's all it was the conspiracy theory wormhole for big into poc is massive the more you go onto youtube and i tell you what man is a they are serious yeah yeah yeah the what's what well we'll get into the conspiracy to be a little bit later yeah yeah henry got some that he wants to i've couple of good factoid i mean the sad reality of all this is that it wasn't some huge conspiracy orchestrated by the lapd or the fbi or any other governmental agency in the end it was a guy named pucci and here's how it all went down right so following the breakup of the vibe party biggie puffy decided they were gonna go skip the after party and head back to the hotel to get a good night's sleep for some recording the next morning puffy was in the lead car with big behind him in a suburban and a couple more cars behind biggie caravan came to a stop at an intersection and as they waited for the light to turn a green impala pulled up next to big suburban and according to a witness the driver extended the gun out of his window using his right hand and fired six shots four hit biggie and minutes later he was dead and according to both theresa swann and other sources at again read murderer for all that that driver was pucci so why were there no arrests when it came to pucci food in the biggie case orlando anderson in the to pop case good question you've asked yourself marcus why are there no arrests orlando anderson and the two buck as i did kisule's bit there's a very good reason for that both of them pucci an orlando were killed years before greg canings taskforce was even four oh everybody was dead most of the key witnesses and all the most the most of the key players in the whole thing died before the case got reopened yeah yep pucci he got at ten times in the back and compton in two thousand and three she in orlando he was gunned down over a drug debt less than two years after the murder of two two pot was the death of pucci tied to like the big totally different none of none of these deaths were tied to anything having to do like it was just regular gang like these guys don't live long i know we're gonna cover iceman in the near future that assassin how many people do you think pucci actually kill no i d no no clue but enough where people knew enough where like pucci didn't hang out he wasn't like a good time hang out guy but enough where he came around and shook gave him orders where people knew like oh that's pucci pucci kills dude yeah and also they are you know what's interesting about drivebys to a lot of times it's kind of like in war again where it's like when you shoot at people a lot of times it seems like you don't really know if you've killed them or not i don't really find until afterwards yes will you go in a lot of times drive bys or are mornings and meant to scare you and they're going to get whoever they can get and so you'll shoot into a car and not know how many people you're murdering in the process so i imagine he didn't know how many that he murdered you could probably tell you by his invoices that he gave to his accounting table work for his taxes and look at nine and you can figure out how many was ordered to do but it makes sense though because folks are like it was a train to sash assassin but it really wasn't trained assassin i mean bucci was a pro yeah gucci was an absolute krav yeah and he was a yeah you shot ten times in the back he was.
"biggie" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"To talk to keep d okay all we know is the setup during a visit to the prison where he was being held shook had ordered theresa swann to hire pucci for the murder of biggie smalls on that night specifically so he did all this stuff behind bars all behind bars so in big impulsively left the vibe party to head back to their hotel pucci was waiting even though both murders happened right after huge events with tons of people around the biggie scene was a little more chaotic and as we know with chaos comes conspiracy air are so many different storylines because that's part of with biggie and to park was a part of really wrapping your brain around which we kind of rolling out with this the structure of these episodes is that there were so many little circumstances yeah that played out on this night that made many wild theories happen that greg had to go and chase down one by one in figure out if it was real or not and there's a it was a chris rock joke or something like that where they say like oh they got shod there were so many people and nobody saw anything see that's the thing is that that's actually hindrance the problems that everybody saw something and i witnessed reports is you know according to police officers eyewitness reports are worse than useless they can maybe put you on the track but you also have two thousand different accounts that all contradict with each other hey i know shot big yeah no shipping he's twelve feet tall man he's made liquors i'm concerned licorice months mask area shit never saw something like that my life wrote a scary book about a called the liquorice man amazon dot com my name.
"biggie" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Chains in his arms change this next with the big poll molly's like being led in like in mate four seven nine nine and the big fuck and philosophy the doors open so shook was imprison how did he make the murder of biggie smalls half that's the question will remember canings job wasn't to solve to pucks murder his first job was to solve the murder a biggie and although no one was arrested in either case katie manage to put biggie to bed as well okay now catering hadn't given what he knew about the to pop murder over las vegas police department just yet because given over the information losing kifah d is a source and katie new the las vegas police departments reputation for not giving a fuck about this case and also catering had a a lot of experience in building these gigantic multifaceted investigations because it we will we learn about him like the book goes deep into the whole him investigating the supermarket guy a basically supermarket tycoon that was running coke out of the back of supermarkets all throughout los angeles and he learned how to how you properly filter and and sort out the information that it takes from a multilegged investigation and he knew that he knows that he can't give up something precious as a source like he will now that katy knew that puffy was at least partly responsible for to pop it was a pretty safe to say that showed was behind biggie i'll katie needed was for someone to talk any found that someone into recess swan swan was a longtime associate of shook night who was one of his mini accomplices in the various white collar schemes shook was operating around the los angeles area okay because shook night wasn't just making records he also had like half a dozen to a dozen scams running at all times because super busy guy busy okay yes should not was like he was a criminal mastermind we had all these different people like running different like fraud like car insurance schemes and like loan schemes all kinds of shit oh all right and swan besides just being a part of all this white collar crime she and shook actually had a daughter together but in the years after two pox murder despite the millions upon millions of to puck and dr dre and snoop dogg record soul yeah death row crumbled to the ground will eventually forcing shook night to declare bankruptcy why couldn't should just make all of his money with death row i don't understand why you had it sounds like he was like stressing himself out it's not run it's a fun kissed records isn't fought again throw record he had other dreams our insurance scam game death row records focus on the rep but it's like that we do this show together but you also have a secret desire to also go to flavor town flavors ribsticking meals television show it's out of bounds yes i do i wanna follow my dreams i want to get back into dance the by the tiny feet of dame's her when were you in when i wasn't good at baseball okay so he was spreading himself pretty thin here i mean come on ben like why would you make millions producing records and creating art when you can make twenty thousand dollars on car insurance scheme it's crazy oh jeez yeah we can be.
"biggie" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Now let's take another look back on what we've cover today with big impact with some topfive takeaways tire there you go away number one despite the whole west coast east coast hip hop you to develop both to park and begi were both from the east coast to park outgoing oakland but he started playing with rap in baltimore and just like begi who was originally from new york number two both big and to bok for dead by the age 25 insane how much content they both produced in such a short amount of time specially to block to block would release five studio albums not county is thug life side project between ninety one and ninety six the first will go gold the next forgo platinum platinum and then using unreleased tracks you know five more albums of more original music would come out after he died and the first four of those albums go going to be platinum and last won the gold the do really did get around number three biggie second album released after he died entitled life after death is still the fourthbest selling hip up album of all time is sold over ten million copies and it came out just two weeks after he was killed number four biggie went from north carolina crafty will come back to multiplatinum recording star in less than a year a true inspiration for crack dealers everywhere a number five new information to pakshi core 15 years after his death to pakshi core enshrined in the two thousand four guinness book of world records for being the highest selling rap artist of all time at that time he had sold over check this out sixty seven million albums worldwide he is now sold over seventy five million albums maybe should not really did him killed according to random web liz articles i'm skeptical to trust he may now have been beaten this record by either jay z your eminem or possibly both but still quite a legacy for a dude who was only active in the business including the little digital underground cameo for about seven years tire show.
"biggie" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Followed he entered the courthouse in a wheelchair she's me in the day that followed here the courthouse and wheelchair found guilty on on three counts of molestation found not guilty of six others including sodomy stemming from his 1993 arrest for the sexual assault his road manager charles fuller also charged in the 1995 interview with five magazine she coeur accused sean combs puffy combs puff daddy jimmy henchman biggie among others of setting out the quad recording studios attack of vibe would change names of the accused seillans spawned a location later evidence did not implicate begi in the studio assault when big east entourage went downstairs a check on the incident she core was being taken out on a stretcher and he gave the finger to all those dudes march 17th two thousand eight many years later chuck phillips would write the la times about an alleged order for the attack on she core he said the a big impact daddy were devised in advance of what was going to happen he told the ntv news they did not know the assailants we're gonna be shooting known fact they were going to be supposedly no shooting are there was going to give mr beer beating but then to balk pulled out a gun in went haywire haywire excuse me the article was retracted by the la times because a partial relied on fbi documents supplied by a man convicted of fraud was turned out to be forged energy in story though sewa now this east coast west coast b to buck feud now it's on for real so how did start will it did start with his incidents actually to and begi were friends before this day first encounter each other next three in in los angeles there on business the brooklyn bread rapper biggie asked local drug dealers in addition to to pack who invited biggie and his party to his house there he shared with them a big freeze of this a quote big freezer bag of the greenest vegetables i'd ever seen and then to pa got him high pulled out of green army bag filled handguns and machine guns so now they're we are in the backyard runarounds gun just plain continues a dance malls in the feder luckily they were all in loaded while we were running around pocked in walks into the.