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"billy clubs" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Lot though You know when you saw the protests in the summer you saw the riots Or more police and national guard in the army. And then you see there's nothing you know. Basically sleep proves the point about a privileged life. You know a lot of ways you know. I'll say i don't think a lot of people want to could you imagine today those were all black. People scarring jap and what would have happened now So that to me is a pigeon. It words thousand works for all of us to see and probably Something to resurrecting with again you know. Police dogs journal. People know billy clubs hitting people People peaceably being escorted out of the capital. So it shows you can disperse a crowd. Basically i guess would be the one thing but it's a sad day in a lot of ways not good for our country more across the borders that people see this. But it's it's part of what we are in so we have to solve. Thank you saw wasn't an attack. On democracy. democracy will prevail. That's true. I would like to see democracy change a little bit so we can give people other people the same chances that gives everybody else. But you're right in the end. Democracy will prevail. We were never going to be a dictatorship. We're never going to go into that. We were never gonna go into this space. But he mentioned the fact that when you saw the protesters in the summer and you saw the police sending out the army and then again could you imagine those were all black people that storm the capital a picture worth a thousand words again dock. We you know this this answer that of course think to be a lot different things would be a whole lot different in this. Maybe we should say that moving forward. Maybe those mega fools were treated like they were black stored in the capital. Maybe that put a pause on some of their actions in some of their thoughts and feelings about maybe we should use violence to give our point across. Y'all haven't suffered like black. Folks has suffered in this country to even think to even begin about violence. We have been under we. We have been under the bullshit of this country. Moving on four hundred years four hundred years and every day was trying to see what we can do just to gain a little bit of momentum gained a little bit of movement. sometimes we move forward. Sometimes we moved back but for those who are out there speaking about well. You know. I mean yeah hey..
"billy clubs" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Some of cigarettes were planning your backyard. Another America, you could distort the capital and no tier guys know massive arrests. None of that. So I think it's obvious. It's 2021. I don't think anything has changed. We want to still acknowledge that we want to still push for the change that we looked at from that as of yet, we have not seen it when we want to continue to keep conversations of love and do our part. Jalen Brown. Meantime, Doc Rivers also weighed in You know, when you saw the protests in the summer you saw the riots or more or the police and the National Guard and the army and then you see this and you saw nothing. You know, it basically proves the point about a privileged life. You know, in a lot of ways, you know, I'll say it because I don't think a lot of people want to. Could you imagine today those We're all black people storming Capitol and what would have happened, You know, so that to me is a picture that's worth 1000 words for all of us to see and probably something for us to reckon with again. You know, no police dogs turn on people. No Billy clubs, hitting people, people peacefully being escorted out of the capital. So it shows that you can disperse the crowd peacefully, I guess would be the one thing. As Doc rivers. So what we witnessed yesterday was an attack on democracy. Attack on America. It's not normal. It's not right. It needs to be talked about. It can't be ignored. And once again just so I'm clear. I don't want to be talking about this. And I know a lot of you come here. So you don't have to hear this or talk about it, And I'm not gonna make the entire show about it. And if we could have responsible conversation about it, we will. But there was no way that I was going to start the show and not address that. If you would like to react, and we can have a responsible discussion. Let's go, Indu sell itself under Bray's toll free 1 806 368686. You know where to find me on social media as well at Jim Rome again coming up next segment, a 2021 NFL Hall.
"billy clubs" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket
"About a privileged life, you know, in a lot of ways. You know, I'll say it because I don't think a lot of people want to. Could you imagine today those were all black people? Uh, storming the Capitol. And what would have happened, You know, so that to me is a picture that worth 1000 words were all of us to see and probably something for us to reckon with again, You know, um No police dogs turn on people. No Billy clubs, hitting people, people peacefully being escorted. Out of the capital, so it shows that you can disperse the crowd peacefully, I guess would be the one thing, but it's a sad day in a lot of ways, not good for our country. More across the borders that people see this. Let me be very clear all the protesters today that when the Capitol building should be arrested And also let's call it how it is the president's response. During black lives, matters protests. And when you saw was going on the summer when he would say with looting starts, the shooting starts and then this time around, he's just telling al Grano peacefully. Go home, and we love you. Very telling today not surprising, but very talent. Sean Pendergast will join the snacks tap into the Houston, Texas and try to figure out How Jack Easterby keeps on getting his wife. Frank's red hot, thick sauce is still the perfect blend of flavor and heat. But in four flavors like Buffalo Ranch, it's thicker and saucier than ever how thick there brings red hot, thick sauce. I put that shit on everything buying some pretzel sticks. Excuse me. This is your wake up call from track phone, wireless. Okay. What if you didn't eat all those pretzel sticks by the end of the month, so this store took them back. Good luck..
"billy clubs" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"And being the kind of man that he was he invited me to come and spend a few months working for him in his office and the very first meal that we share he wanted to talk to me for about an hour and a half about the historic bonds between the jewish in black communities here in georgia and during the civil rights loop and then being the man that he was when i left his office he he stayed involved in my life. He meant for me for seventeen years. He helped guide me through my career through my personal life and i miss him early but feel his presence. Strongly here with us. Do you think we'll ever get the name of that bridge. The edmund pettus bridge changed to john. Lewis bridge you. Don't we very well might. I mean i was actually in in selma just a few weeks ago And it was my first time visiting the bridge and looking down the slope of that bridge as it enters the city and imagining how they must have felt singing staring at row after row of troopers with billy clubs in dogs knowing that they were walking into brutal violence possibly death just for daring to demand the right to vote for black americans in the south in the mid sixties. It was it was a moving experience to go in and visit a place of pilgrimage. You mentioned the youth of civil rights activists and participants back in the sixties. You are not a very old man yourself you. I believe you were thirty three years old. What do you say to people who might react with. Well that's a bit young. What have you done near thirty three years. That makes you a good candidate. For senate and senator well first of all. I think that my used one of my greatest strengths as canada. And i think that when when people look at the state of things in our nation's capital in the the sorry state of our politics the catastrophic incompetence of our government. The last thing that they say is.
Macron prepares “global security” law banning the filming of police
"Or just briefly know there's another big story developing in France right now the country Reacting quite strongly to a video of French police officers beating up a black man in Paris. What can you tell us about that? Yeah, well, it's a completely shocking video that surfaced yesterday. Um, it's a It's a rap music producer who was going to his studio and he realized he didn't have on his face mask. You're supposed to wear one in the street. He saw police in a car and so he went into his studio, but they came into a studio with him. They didn't know they were being filmed. He didn't either by a security camera, and they just pummel him for 10 minutes or more with their fists with a Billy club. He's calling for help. It's just a dramatic scene, and in the end they accused him. They arrest him accused him of battery and trying to take their weapons and he ends up spending two nights in jail. This is last Saturday, it took place. And so there's just outrage across the country when that video surfaced yesterday. What are you hearing for people? Yeah, well, it comes at a time where French French President Emmanuel Macron is trying to pass this security bill, which would ban the filming of policemen as they're doing their job their faces. And you know, right civic groups and journalists organizations were against it, saying, this is going to lead to, you know abuses And now this video is just like what people are saying. Why would you not film the police? Thank God, there's this video. We need to film the police. So this is looking very bad for macron, who's been accused of veering to the far right when it comes to security matters. Politicians and people from a clock across the political spectrum are saying we have you know a police with a deep leadership crisis. You know how common is this? That these these things are going on? And lemon newspaper actually called on Macron to withdraw the bill immediately.
Video Shows Police in Paris Beating a Black Music Producer
"VIDEO showing three Paris police officers beating a black man is causing outrage in France. As NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, the government is pushing controversial legislation that would make it a crime to circulate video showing police officers faces. The police apparently didn't know they were being filmed by a security camera as they push the music producer through a doorway inside his own studio. Punching him repeatedly and hitting him with a Billy club. I thought it was the last day of my life, he told an online news network. The incident comes just days after an episode of police brutality with a group of migrants that shocked many politicians, including the mayor of Paris, Interior Minister General Dharma not appeared on the nightly news and said there would be an investigation. The TV presenter told him. The video reminded the French of what had happened to George Floyd. Domina said the officers had been suspended and would likely be fired. They've sullied the police uniform, he said.
The Black Lives Matter generation remembers John Lewis.
"By the results of those very tests. US, Congressman John, Lewis died on Friday night months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at a pivotal moment for race relations in the United States, protesters in cities from coast to coast, a demanding widespread reforms in the wake of the May twenty fifth police killing of Floyd of all the ways that John Lewis influenced American. Life and politics. He's indelible impact on young people may be among the most enduring from student activists to elder statesman Louis continually encourage. Encourage the nation's youth to start good trouble and modeled just how to do that. He was arrested alongside millennial activists pushing for comprehensive reform of US immigration laws in two thousand, thirteen for the black lives massive generation, the connection to Lewis is deeper than many may realize as a young man through clouds of tear gas into hail of billy clubs. Lewis nearly lost his life marching against segregation and for Voting Rights Democratic lawmakers said on Sunday they don't. Don't want tweet so condolences to on a civil rights icon. John Lewis they want policymakers to get to work to honor the Georgia Congressman's Legacy Representative James Clyburn the House majority whip urged. Donald, trump and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to pass legislation that would expand voting rights in Lewis's name Clyburn also called for the Edmund. pettus bridge in Selma Alabama to be renamed in honor of Lewis a lifelong friend. The bridge currently named after reform confederate general. General and Klu Klux Klan leader became a critical site during the civil rights movement on Bloody Sunday. In Nineteen Sixty Five Alabama state troopers beats peaceful demonstrators there, including Lewis, who suffered a fractured skull? Recent protests have prompted cities nationwide to reconsider monuments and honours granted to people with ties to the confederacy or other racists legacies an online petition to rename the bridge
Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP
"Has declared calendars and park temporarily closed to assess damage and remove debris, But few of the protesters have actually moved out. Seattle City leaders are faced with that vexing question. How do you break up the Capitol Hill protest zone without using illegal force? Almost Corwin Hick has that of tape. Recent violence, including Monday's deadly shooting within chop have clarified police chief Carmen Vests position and that is enough. Here she is calling on chop protesters to voluntarily disband for their own safety. Former sheriff's deputy and police consultant. Jesus Villahermosa. Doubts compliance will come easily. The protesters have really forced their hand and we're gonna have to use force. Question is what form will that force take a federal judge earlier this month approved a temporary restraining order on the use of non lethal projectiles on protesters. Including tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets. Without those options in their arsenal, the president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild says officers will have to use Billy clubs and their own bodies to move the occupiers out.
"billy clubs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Cops in in with with the authority and the law behind them wearing a badge and a gun in a Billy club things got really bad it sold it's a it's a good message and I really like how it was handled yesterday on the show listen and learn a good day I think that's a good message no what no doubt about that three oh three seven one three five eight five will open the show John Denver joins us on KOAA news radio morning John at the end of your hobby or icy conditions and came back to this tell your doctor thank you thirty six ring on Jennifer's brown's camp and who's the top receiving who is the top receiver on the Browns team yeah well thank you all Paul Warfield okay forty three you have the guts to tell him what to do if you're asking in the first four days when I have the guts to tell Paul what to do you're right I would not that's a good question yep I would not care this policeman in Minnesota there for four days and they expect him to turn around and tell a nineteen year veteran what to do not only apply what happened I'm not I'm not thinking outside but I am taking his side to a cop was there for four days I think that that's a crime they're looking for a scapegoat they did put it on him you've been there for four days well I think this I I would think some of that and can honestly I've not heard that he'd been there only four days but some of what I would call mitigating factors I would think will be considered in terms of how the jury views those individual are are the and I've not seen this either are the three other police officers are they going to be tried individually I don't know I did hear the two of them were rookie cops which might explain why they just stood by they probably felt like they didn't have the authority to say anything to this guy you know so right well that that's why I said it mostly keep on Monday of this week I said when when we we first started talking about this I think it's one thing to have marches and to have people saying things and I mean I think that's great but how do you practically put into play some of these changes that I think overwhelmingly America would like to see with respect to the interaction the police officers have specifically with African Americans to me it has to start and I said this Monday from with in the police force it has to be something and that's you know what that's going to be it's easy for me to sit here and say that but it's going to be more difficult to put in play but that's where it has to start you have to change the mindset all of the police force and make those that have not been comfortable to speak out before because of whatever code might be involved you have to make them aware that listen it's okay not only is that okay we implore you in fact it's your duty to speak out when you see things that you know are not right and you need veterans cops to tell them that to to the younger cops the other rookies that Hey listen we don't stand for that so here's the next step to this guy apparently had been called out he had many violations on his record it's still have a job right right for the top the couple for days and even weeks the mobile what it said was listener from their retirees get a smaller bike you have to get used to make celebration in the handling of it are you talking motorcycles yeah yeah what what both groups get a small bike hit a slow yeah learn a snap biker gear get you through television and the speed the fact that you're outdoors you can still get the license statement of the matter what but tries but you're only to New York attorney and then slowly graduated to mid thigh wound we have been committed by okay have you learn on a two fifty thank you John yeah yup so I mean I I'm reasonably intelligent I I think I should learn on the back of rex by that instill Rick what balance is about how important it is to balance yourselves when you're on a motorcycle that suit that's a lesson yeah I don't think we're going to put a two hundred thirty pound man on the back of my motorcycle Dave so we're gonna have to get you an appropriate bike to learn on either that or I can get a side car if you consider the site because they listen there's there's twenty things that will do and there's only a handful of things that I won't do and I'm gonna let you figure out where the side car things into that relation you know other have you been a sidecar I've sat in a my haven't even written with anybody and I'm okay I think they're kind of is a white if you haven't why do you think I would I I don't feel comfortable in a bad why again do you think that I would because I don't think I would love to see you with one of those like leather skull caps on in some goggles with your knees up to your chest trying to squeeze in a little side car to me that's funny yeah I don't.
A Banana Republic: Pelosi unloads on Trump over tear-gassing of protesters outside White House
"It's been a week and a day since four Minneapolis police officers were implicated in the death of George Floyd setting off protests around the world they have ranged from somber and reverent to violent and explosive last night as a seven PM curfew neared in Washington DC the National Guard and park police officers fired tear gas and set off a flash bang explosives to push out a peaceful crowd of demonstrators that had assembled in a park across from the White House this after president trump delivered remarks where he threatened to deploy the U. S. military if states and local governments are not able to put an end to any violence immediately given the gravity of the moment we've asked one of the leaders of a co equal branch of government the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi and she's with us now madam speaker thank you for joining us I'm sorry for the circumstances but thank you for coming nice marked in fortunate circumstances most unfortunate just when we thought we had seen it all of this president last night he crossed another threshold of undermining our democracy that the federal forces would be used to disperse a crowd be using Billy clubs and tear gas tank system the status of banana Republic to make way for the president to come out and to threaten and all along the point of the U. S. military I was gonna ask you about that because they're they're the fact is there has been violence in cities across the country do you feel that the president's threats to call out the military are warranted and if if not is there anything Congress can or should do I don't think the president calling out the military are warranted I think that there are by and large have been a peaceful demonstrations in large numbers across the country there have been some violence and there's no place for that in any of our expressions of concern that Americans people want to make and violence must be addressed but there is no reason for the U. S. military could be called out for this let's talk about the the role of Congress right now does Congress have any role in this if you find this unacceptable other members disagree that it's unacceptable is there any role in addressing it well there has to be and and I'm very proud of the work that our congressional black caucus has done over time this is a terrible thing that has happened but it's not the first time it's happened it's been a pattern so they're making determinations about what legislation will use to go forward whether that's a comprehensive bill or it's a series of bills but that will all be taking place in the very near future can you identify at the current moment though a perk priority for something that would work for example changing immunity laws for police or perhaps limiting funding or condition funding for federal departments and an effort to make some reforms can you identify any concrete change you are willing to embrace and push for at the moment of the immunity laws are very important and that would be a priority along with holding funding yes but there are things that are very common and people understand very clearly like racial profiling that has to stop on the use of force and in the manner in which it was use whatever form you want their different descriptions of it that our colleagues are revealing as to what will be the most effective and universal but let me just say that this is a four hundred year old which challenge more than that four hundred and one year old challenge before we let you go I can't help but remember that your brother Thomas your beloved brother whom unit lost not long ago it was mayor of Baltimore during in nineteen sixty eight rights is there something that you feel you learned from his experience that is guiding your feelings and thoughts now in terms of my brother Tommy and what happened at that time my brother was a big civil rights leader and one of the things that just discouraged him from continuing in politics with the disrespect that was shown by many and the community there too that are to cardinal who was a civil rights advocate and so to see at that time something that was new in our lives that we would see a church would disrespect the archbishop it was a really an awakening as to how deep some of this racism goes that's a speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi madam speaker thank you so much for speaking with us today thank you
Stacey Abrams Spearheads Campaign Against Voter Suppression
"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I may tell Martin after the chaos of the Iowa caucuses there is new scrutiny about how the US conducts selections when you partisan voting rights group is focusing on elections in swing states this year it's called fair fight and it's led by Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams Abrams got a lot of national attention in two thousand eighteen after she lost a close race for governor in an election that was clouded by allegations of voter suppression here's an here's Debbie Elliot a few thousand volunteers are spending a Saturday morning in a hotel conference room in Macon Georgia for a boot camp of sorts on voter suppression good morning in everybody Hillary Holly is organizing director for fair fight action the group that's waging a campaign against voter suppression in the twenty twenty election we are walking into year that's going to be exciting little bit stressful we're gonna be working a lot participants call themselves democracy warriors people like whole worker of lane Morgan Johnson make every single cam Johnson is motivated to be here in part because her sister was removed from George's voter rolls under a mass purge of people who have not voted since two thousand twelve or responded to mailed notices from election officials Johnson thinks it's part of a broader strategy to curtail voting rights reducing their opposition don't wanna lose power I mean we're seeing that nation why it's depressing and that's why I'm just trying to be active in a way that I can my parents worked for civil rights in and we're not for going backwards this training is part of an effort launched by Georgia Democrats Stacey Abrams an African American woman who broke new ground in our two thousand eighteen campaign for governor she energized new democratic voters and lost by less than fifty five thousand votes in a largely Republican state there was a record turnout for a mid term election but also hours long waits at some polls election server security breaches and allegations that strict adherence on signature matches dampens participation Abrams says the defeat galvanized her to launch fair fight in the wake of the election my mission was to figure out what works could I do even if I didn't have the title of governor what what can I do to enhance to protect our democracy because the voting rights is the the pinnacle power in our country verified is training grassroots advocates lobbying for new election laws and arguing in federal court the George's election system is unconstitutional Abrams says long lines precinct closures and purging voter rolls are all barriers that disproportionately impact minority voters most of us understand voter suppression as the nineteen sixties images of Billy clubs and hoses and dogs barking aggressive interference but in the twenty first century voter suppression looks like administrative errors it looks like user error it looks like mistakes but it is just is intentional and just as insidious George's current secretary of state Republican Brad wraps and Parker acknowledges there were some problems because of the high turnout in two thousand eighteen but rejects the notion that cleaning up voter rolls is an attempt to gain partisan advantage no what we're trying to do is make sure that the you know Lexus are clean fair and accurate this is something that has been going on in Georgia long before Republicans were in charge in Georgia and courts have upheld the state's authority to purge the voter last after fair fight suit but other election related lawsuits are pending attorney Jack Evans is chairman of the Georgia chapter of the Republican National lawyers association Georgia is ground zero for election law Evans says the focus is here because Georgia is becoming competitive the reality is you know George's changing and there's a lot of transplants coming in from the west coast and the northeast and there's also changing demographics so I think it is time for Republicans to grow the tent but I definitely think it's woke up a lot of Republicans in Georgia now Abrams is expanding fair fight to reach in hopes of putting other states in play she recently traveled to Florida for a town hall with college students to talk about ways they could protect their vote for verifying voter registration for learning how to ask for a provisional ballot if you're turned away at the polls political scientist Andrea Glaspie of Emory University says there are a lot of national groups doing voting rights work but fair fight stands out because it's been able to use the energy around Abrams electoral defeat to try to reap benefits for other Democrats in this election cycle her story was compelling she got a lot of attention by being the first black woman to be nominated by a major party for gubernatorial seat and she was really smart and you know strike while the iron was hot in order to play that type of organization together fair fights political action committee is raising the millions of dollars including a five million dollar contribution from democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg and it's pumping some of that money into battle ground states early fair fight C. E. L. Lauren grow Largo says the idea is to beef up the democratic ground game around voting we're in the mission of making sure our full citizenry can vote we also happen to think that when all Americans are able to vote Democrats win she says they've invested more than a million dollars and sent dozens of staffers in eighteen states to ramp up democratic voting rights infrastructure things like establishing voter hot winds and creating voter protection teams to be in place for the primaries so they can prepare for the general election gathering information and data what is order struggle with when election administrator struggle with what support are they gonna need critics say fair fight is a vehicle for Stacey Abrams political aspirations Abrams counters that she's been doing civil rights work her entire career but acknowledges our interest in higher office including the presidency I see myself as a warrior for democracy but I'm also someone who has been training my entire life to do more as for this year's race Abrams hasn't endorsed any of the democratic presidential candidates but says show welcome a phone call from the eventual nominee when they're looking for a running mate Debbie Elliot NPR news
"billy clubs" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"Engineer ushered into the Secret Room at dickey's house and put it into another fixation to as a way to die the cops arrive raid the place. Starting a firefight while laser daredevil arrived to join the Party and we get a lead versus Choi Battle for the championship championship belt again with the Tube. I think Dickie's got a fetish. Okay yeah oil had moment dickey has a whole room dedicated into a machine that precisely removes air from confined space. You might think that's terrible writing on the part of the writers of the show. But what if rich people have used their resources to perfect a machine to allow you to safely practice auto erotic fixation. Yeah then David carrying wouldn't be dead you monster. If David Carradine had dickey money maybe he'd be alive. Okay Fair Point. We'd be on season. Twenty of Kung Fu the legend continues. Yes so what. The fuck wasn't just fucking. Shoot them in the head. Yeah you'd think so. I've seen mafia movies just tap tap done end of conversation. Destroy the disc and drop him back off at the police. I still don't understand why the disk is still intact. Is Human readable anymore. Chime media both sides are scratch is to fuck. So they're starting to do the precise air removal and the police show up accurately timed and I realized that their secret door was left wide. Open the police. Just run in. There's no point in having a secret room. If you guys can't close the door all the goons are like arm. Sorry Eh the shot of the SWAT team coming down the side of the building. They're pretty sure is also reused. I think it's from the uninsured episode when he was stuck to the wall with the GOOP. If you recall that one yet I forget a man stuck to with sticky sticky white tack sell down. Vero settled down the funny thing. Is that the flip the shot for no reason and you can tell because their hat. Let's say Nypd backwards already. I didn't notice that I. That's what I noticed. I 'cause like sometimes I've noticed that they don't always use NYPD NYPD. Sometimes they'll use like New York Department of Police or something like that enough. It was a copyright issues. have been paying attention to it. Man I sound like like I got problems anyway. It was definitely flipped for the shot. which is a weird choice? The choice that I noticed was there's a lot of grunting during this this gunfight. No I didn't notice that it's half lasers and half just people.
"billy clubs" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"When he's daredevil to Eh dead dead when Matt Murdock Kaz as your attorney I must advise against this but as your friend friend understaffed as your friend. I also must advise against Ed and as your friend I think it would be wiser for you to get your jammies. He's a join me for a slumber party. Perhaps we could make Sundays. I think as Peter's lawyer he should fucking advise against harder her. Yeah maybe a little more passionate with your defense. They're buddies are supposed to be your thing. How about you? How about they both went to the police and then they go to the hospital ospel? No aunt may is at the hospital and she's going to die any fucking second even though she's not from quote unquote illness. The funny thing is that you kind of end the scene with Murdoch telling Peter Debate careful and then Peter counters with. Don't worry I won't be seen or something like that. And then he immediately takes the elevator down like I just expected the doors in the lobby over and like ten news crews are set up down there covering the bisque story. At this point Roy pushes the button. Slim's door closed door closed. Yeah he's like Oh won't be. Don't worry I won't be seen and I'm like Oh because you're spider man. They've got no he says. Don't worry I won't be seen. And he takes a step around the corner from Murdoch changes into spider. Man Pretends to open opened the door to door murder. Does I could tiptoes out from the rest of the episode is just like an elaborate. Like where he's trying to speak out and he's trying to be as quiet as possible little Murdoch's tapping his way around the apartment Steering a new it to fuck with them. 'cause Olso is just like baking a cake but he's like started swing dancing do yeah I see for his clients sick aunt. Yeah get well soon. He's that good of a lawyer to rise to the hospital learning that aunt. May's is still quite ill. And Anna is still raging bitch. Mary Jane is mostly worried about Peter not realizing how close by he really is a Dr in. This just goes under a lot of stress. Get into your heads. Early kids stress kills. Take up meditation. Your Ted the life just gets much harder from here. That's the same disappointed doctors. The fuck off. Yeah I'm surprised he didn't go ask where Peter Pisano. Maybe he reads the news. Well yeah the last time. Her fucking disappointment Glenn was acting up. He was just so fucking angry at Peter's that he's not here. I'm surprised they can start hitting on. MJ What else can be more important than this. He's getting tried for treason isn't he's on the fucking lamb. Buddy Anna Watson doesn't think that's very important so in watch just fucking creaming or Blouse debility slag Peter also say. The doctor can't tell what's wrong with her because she's not plugged into a single piece of medical equipment. We're GONNA hospitalises. It's just a bed. I wish we could check her heart rate her something how to know fuck it. Sadly science isn't quite there. Yeah fucking bucket. slop bucket leads the horse out of the room. Yeah but Yeah Anna Watson doesn't fucking get that Peter is on the Lam running from fucking treason charge. Yes that's just too busy dropping rolling stones references. Yeah if I was here I would've written on a horse or some fucking garbage. She says his place he's here. He's ailing if I were Peter Pocket. Wild horses couldn't keep me away. Okay you don't know the stones I.
"billy clubs" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"Fuck out the split up. How did they get on top of this burning buildings so quickly hit the building thing beside it? No they just crawled out. Blake the air vent. It's on fire like all the windows are read. I think they're in imminent danger. She's just surrounded by goons who are all dressed the same but she was dressed differently. That's how you know. She's a leader. She's the boss Lady. He's their leader. I like like that as they're swinging away here Spiderman has daredevil. GotTa wait to hope. He's thinking about me they they didn't they both just jump off of the roof. I hope he lands that billy clubs shot because if he misses it's GonNa take to reload your take a wildfire him to fucking walk again. Hold on guys. Just give me one more second. I gotTA try again closer building this time. Yeah but I mean in the comics mix dare-devils like that to mean to suspend your disbelief a bit Terry Lee show up though. Oh Yeah it's classic Lieutenant Terry actually accommodate it policewoman Lee. She asks important hard hitting questions. Edgar immediately brushed aside and it's clear that she has a feeling that something ain't point right. Why are you rushing to judgment before you fully investigated? It's also weird that enjoy like it's not worth it. She brushes her off. Like I buy that at. Get it But it's weird that she walks pastor gets into a car then rolls down her window so she can keep ignoring her like. It doesn't in one smooth motion. I I didn't really notice it at first but she obviously opens up a window so she could keep answering like listening to the quest the power she wanted to roll it down to choose to roll rollet backup whatever she wanted to just as she can keep going. I'm listening. No it crime. Each you kingpin is laying into his subordinates. Smith's plan to frame Peter Parker to cover up their data smuggling operations in jeopardy as fiske public persona the bodies discovered. That aunt may gone to the hospital. They decided to lay a trap for Peter as a Hail Mary smyth back. mullets are in full force in this scene. Two mullets one room. I I can't I can't handle the business in Party Combo. It's kind of weird to me. That they decided to aren't down the entire building to delete their secret data instead of. Just you know deleting it like it's secret data. Nobody knows it's there. Just get rid of it. I know it's way more suspicious. If you burn down a skyscraper for sure and then also we find out here that this was all actually smites plan. Yeah I would have liked to better than it was a dickey fix plan. I feel badly. I was like Oh smyth. The FARC seems like the data smuggling operation is Dicky fisk plan. And then the feds got on them. As Alastair says us and then he came up with this elegant plan in order to throw them off their trail but.
"billy clubs" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod
"Man. It's ridiculous this is like my deck Spiderman Super Concerned with this daredevil the hills Tang on it'd be like daredevil. You don't want to end up with some sort of physical handicap do you. uh-huh always on the verge of revealing secret identity that he's blind he's always like just ask me how I can see. We can see so you see how they both both climb the wall the same way. Isn't that a bit weird since I mean daredevil isn't sticky right he needs to go onto actual things on the wall. I paused it and really watched it. Because he is. It's a perfect pipe and ladder combo they pick the perfect place where spiderman can stick to the wall and daredevil got his latter though but he crawls up to ladder in the Spiderman of crab way yet feels like they sorta doubled up some of the animation there to make make it easier and then they're like Oh shit I guess we'll put a pipe on the wall or whatever speaking of doubling up the animation Spiderman coast from Fisk to the sewer we're for Lizard and fact That's pretty blatant reused straight. There I mean tried to match the colors at yeah. We're not asking for much. I understand. It's hard but when it's this agree GIS it's kind of ridiculous. Softer Spiderman Saves Daredevil. He just throws him in a heap in the hallway. Way To get the disk and then he turns back to him what he's gotta be like. Oh Yeah daredevil. I've got oh and there's just a landslide flight of rubber horribly crushed to stick as little hand going like a while the flames getting higher and higher and he has to make a split-second decision. Save the disc saved daredevil. What do you do rebellion? Save the dream. Save the cheerleader. Save the world yes Sir Spiderman goes and says a joke here. It helped it. Software isn't soft boiled yet. I mean I hate that joke but it's a pretty good joke also delicious. I would hope the software soft.
Scientologists buy dozens of properties in Clearwater, Florida
"Clearwater Florida there's been a quiet series of land purchases over the last three years a hundred and three million dollars worth made by the church of Scientology and its pressures a doubling of the church's footprint near its international headquarters that's the findings of a story in the Tampa Bay times it's headlined clear takeover trees McManus is a Scientology reporter for the paper she joins us now welcome hi Lou thank you for having us explain to me why the the paper hasn't Scientology reporter I mean how big is the church of Scientology where you are yeah that's a good question I think it's comparable to save it's kind of like if there were to be about again reporter in Vatican City we believe it's important to shed light on a powerful institution that's very controversial and plays a big role in our community so tell me about these land purchases can you give me a sense of the scale and how they we have have made this happen with the relatively little fanfare over the years it kind of started in early twenty seventeen we reported at that time that a handful of limited liability companies bought about six downtown properties and Scientology leader David Miscavige had presented a retail plan to to city staff officials and he was going to build an entertainment complex with Tom Cruise and he was going to recruit high and retail to some of the empty store fronts because downtown clear waters pretty depressed so we kept our eye on the downtown purchases once we dug into the data and pulled records we found that LLC is tied to the church of Scientology had bought about one hundred properties and the properties cover about one hundred acres and it's all surrounding the city's downtown waterfront who they buying from and how and how much are they offering brokers representing these companies were approaching downtown property owners many of the properties weren't listed for sale and our analysis found that these church officials were offering two three four times what the property appraiser said the properties were valued so clearly they wanted these properties a great deal why does this matter well our reporting shows that Scientology has a big interest in preserving its downtown campus flag is what they call it and it's the international spiritual headquarters of the church and it's also basically that financial nucleus of the entire organization there's prisoners that come here from all over the world to take courses in high level auditing that's not offered anywhere else the other side of that is flight is run by the sea org Scientology's full time work force these workers signed billion year contracts are paid very little work around the clock and Scientology has an interest in keeping that insulated according to former executives that we've interviewed what you mean billion year contracts the reason Scientology has such an outsized influence is because of the the cash and assets it has which is estimated to be three billion dollars part of the reason for that is because they have this sea org that works full time and is paid less than fifty dollars a week they keep their operations it's the type of servitude yes exactly and I guess the larger concern is that this could really thwart the city's plans for redevelopment if the Scientologists organizations are are going to have all this property that they're gonna keep for their own purposes right because the city officials have said that there's only so many factors they control one of the factors they do control is the waterfront land that's protected by city charter that they are in the middle of a sixty four million dollar plan right now to re design and develop into a park with gardens and a concert venue businesses might see this city project and say yeah let me take a chance on downtown and open up a business but now these LLC's tied to Scientology control the retail district they have control over what businesses of any come in what is the view of the local community I mean do they view it as helpful for the community at large to have a major religious organizations centered in their town or not you know Lou I spit from my reporting I've learned that there's a lot of mistrust and suspicion still in the community when it comes to Scientology because a lot of the residents here were living in the city one Scientology arrived in the seventies and they remember the tactics Scientology use just out of curiosity when you see the tactics that they use in the seventies what what were those Scientology arrive in downtown Clearwater nineteen seventy five they came in under a fake name to buy the fort Harrison hotel a historic hotel right in the center of downtown and the mayor at the time gave stars really raise the alarm he demanded to see their financials our board of directors he publicly asked why they were security cards with Billy clubs and mace on the roof and in nineteen seventy seven the FBI raided Scientology's had orders in LA in DC and then covered hundreds of thousands of memos and documents and inside those findings was a plan that Scientology operatives had had created and written to establish area control and the tactics they were using to establish Kerry control included infiltration spying smearing and a means it was a very turbulent time so the fact that the church is now buying up these properties through proxy organizations would maybe bring some alarm bells for the community because of what what has happened in the past yeah I think that the key here is the uncertainty we don't know what they're planning to do with the property is a lot of them are vacant lots vacant buildings empty storefronts we don't know if they're just going to continue to squat on them because they haven't done anything yet they haven't submitted redevelopment plans they haven't started construction or are they going to redevelop them and bring businesses and and contribute to a vibrant downtown
Liam Neeson under fire for comments on race and revenge
"Roy turn next tonight to the controversy involving actor Liam Niessen the popular actor is under fire tonight for comments he made during an interview what he said about wanting to kill someone. Here's ABC's Linsey Davis. A brutally honest admission from actor Liam Neeson in an interview with the independent promoting his latest movie coal pursuit where he plays a man seeking revenge. He says he understands the rage that can drive a person to revenge sharing his own real life reaction to hearing that a woman close to him was raped. I asked Did you you know. know what color? They she said. It was a black person says he actually carried a Billy club like weapon called Akash. I've done here is with a cauti- who've been I'd be approved by some I'm ashamed to say. I did it for maybe a week hoping some like, we're of pub of a go of me of something, you know. So that I could kill Niessen says he now realizes just how awful his behavior was horrible horrible. I'm gonna think back, but I did that I've never admitted that this happened forty years ago, but is just being revealed now in online, this is sparked a bit of a backlash some calling his comments racist. But Nissan says he's hoping that this can be used as a teachable moment at least Liam Neeson will appear on good Morning, America.
"billy clubs" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"billy clubs" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Foundation dot org and by the listeners of cake The time is five forty five this is. Morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin, and I'm David. Greene fifty years ago this week Democrats assembled in, the city of Chicago in one of the most tumultuous and. Violent political conventions in our nation's history laser, now in the care with Billy clubs wearing. People out there not using the people they're carrying and they're dragging everybody right out of the aisle here at the terrific crush now as, chaotic as the events inside the convention. Hall appeared the police response to Vietnam war demonstrators outside was. Dramatically worse commentator Cokie Roberts was at that convention and got a unique view of what was happening and she, joins, us in our studio to share her memories this morning hi cookie hi David, nice to talk to you well it's always great to talk to you so reminders you're at. The convention will you covering it as a journalist now, a not officially I was working in television production at the, time but my husband was covering up, for the New York Times so I. Had access to the press areas And I was there though is something like an. Honored guest or something, because, my. Father HALE Boggs who was majority whip. Of the house at the time was, chairman of the. Platform committee, so I really knew often what was going on behind the scenes and trust me it wasn't any prettier than what, was happening in public now that's interesting what do you mean by, then president Johnson simply didn't grass the degree of passion and anger of the anti-vietnam demonstrators and delegates look it was hard enough for us younger generation people to convince our. Elders who were there in Chicago that they had to come. To understand that and Johnson was watching on TV he kept wanting to come to the, convention himself he thought that if he came on his birthday August twenty. Seventh it. He'd, be. Greeted like a hero and. It, was a really awkward moment when the call was made telling them he. Couldn't come to his own party's convention but, if he had. The same would have been much worse I can, imagine what an embarrassment for him I mean cookie we look. Back on those days as being incredibly violent Incredibly divisive a terrible moment for the Democratic. Party do you have positive memories. From Chicago I do although there it was a tough convention inside the hall as well as outside the how I was very pregnant so I. Was able to sort of stand the cops down. A little bit but my favorite memory was just, the surreal moment, where, my mother was having lunch in. The pump room this very fancy restaurant with Sonny Bono the musician who was at the height of his fame hunt Sonny. And Cher and he wanted to get young people to register, to vote my mother who was very active. In politics, and, then went on to be a member of congress herself Arranged have lunch with them. He starts talking about he wants to register people at concerts and he's telling, her all the things that happen at concerts using graphic language. About what young people do and I was just horrified he's saying these words in front of my mother Oh my The division from sixty eight have healed in. Our, country You know they're different issues different generations that people at that convention who were defending the status quo came out of World War Two into the. Cold War and remember just the week before the convention the Soviets had invaded Czechoslovakia squashing rebellion there met the, people who were demonstrating our own government as the enemy not the. Communists and their exclusion from decision-making as a big threat. And, I think that skepticism about, government is certainly continued also the policemen saw the protesters spoiled college kids who didn't have to work for a living and much the same way that we see. Resentment of, people considered elites today inside the Democratic Party of. Course we're seeing a resurgence of the ideological divine commentator, Cokie Roberts remembering an important moment in our. Nation's history the sixty eight convention. Democratic, convention in Chicago thanks Cokie into talk to you David And this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm Rachel Martin and at five, forty nine, we take you back to Joe McConnell now for. Another look at conditions this Thursday morning jolt a slowdown developing in Vallejo. A crash, to blame on, eighty westbound before magazine street with a motorcycle and maybe a couple of cars off to the left side so far eighty westbound through Berkeley a bit slower than usual and. Coming out of Albany because of an earlier traffic break run to clear a stall truck near Ashby that has, been cleared and in San Jose six eighty northbound remains closed north. Of Jackson up to bury SF because of the shooting..
"billy clubs" Discussed on KGO 810
"Right go right, to, the, dispatch number. And let me just give, that, number, out right. Now it's five one zero four, six four seven thousand so five one zero four, six. Four seven, thousand if you're a regular Bart. Writer you, may want to have that on. Speed dial right I mean that's where we have to be I mean there's what is there like. Eighty some station eighty stay Nations now is that right now fifty stations I whatever it's a, lot? And if you only have forty eight states and thank you and forty eight stations but. If you only have thirty, five, officers, ain't type. Plus fifty trains and forty, eight, stations, means you're. Way short on on deploying the, officers to patrol boy what do you think about, it. Four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. Let's talk to Jim in Pittsburgh Jim you're on Keijo eight ten Yeah what are those police, officers, have those Billy clubs, or I'm guessing As a violent altercation that they can. Use it Excuse me Use them more often crack these bums upside the scholar in their back in, their kidneys get them off. My heart Well that would be assault and battery and then there'd be a lot of lawsuits, and millions of dollars would be paid out if. They're just walking through and smack, in people with their, Billy, club injuring. Them that would not work out as well but I do get the sentiment, at least which is hey we need I'm assuming that you're underlying sentiment is let's it, police patrolling to stop crime You know on the Bart system I don't support that old school attitude if we're gonna walk around and just beat the daylights out of people because they're not there. Was a group in Santa Cruz back in the day called the troll busters I totally. Don't support that you'll hear, people, talk about oh we need the. Troll busters banging Zalm at no no because we consider that to be inhumane to treat other fellow? Human, beings that way that maybe needed. Help or in some cases just needs to be arrested to maybe possibly teach them a lesson about any you don't do this stuff a write up a ticket or whatever else that might be how often you. Ride Bart Brad a couple of, times a month and, I, think the. Message coming out of Bart in the police department is you're on your own Message by the way Well. You're on your own I fully supported the ninth circuit saying you can have open carry because you got to defend yourself on the streets of San Francisco, and in the subways the the Bart system of the bay area because the cops. Aren't? Gonna help ya right and, they have, the the the phrasing if you see something say something so that giving out that the bar police dispatch number and they also have an app now that writers can. Download in that app you can take a picture of, whatever problem you see and it goes right to dispatch within the, question I have is are they publicly compiling the statistics around all of these calls, from your new, speed dial number Brett that's, interesting from the app or is this a weight up bury the data of? What's really going. On I'm not sure and who decides what to respond to which complaint and depending, on what it is this. Is why, we need I again I want. Transparency on this stuff I, want somebody to say here's how. We prioritize, these calls but again it keeps going Keeps coming back to. Forty eight stations fifty said, fifty trains right at any given. Up to, fifty five yeah And thirty, five officers that are actually working at the moment think of it as a small medium sized city I. Mean sure is it is more than four hundred. Thousand riders every day getting. On, and off from various cities. But you. Have that many. People riding assist them you're gonna run into problems yeah it's just I just, don't I don't, I'm, not liking I'm, feeling really uncomfortable with what I'm hearing coming out of part right now which is like well, we got officers, you're just not seeing them and we have thirty that doesn't add. Up to, me and oh by the way just call this number. Instead How. Do I, again I want I want to know what they're doing with that data how are is there I don't. Believe we know about the Bart board of directors. Right there's no that's our. Form, of a, citizen oversight oversight. Board so. How are we. Holding our our elected Bart board of directors accountable I mean again this is, one of those, things, that nobody pays, attention to I I don't know anybody who pays attention to who their bar director is, that, represents their community, I mean do you Bret Some, I wouldn't be able to name mine Representative district one is Deborah Allen concord Lafayette pleasant hill. Contra Costa, centre walnut creek That would be Deborah Allen Yep district. Too, is Joel Keller north. Concord. Martinez Pittsburg bay point, Pittsburg center Antioch, so Joel. Keller is district to, district three, Rebecca, Saltzman well, that's, bay. Fair downtown Berkeley also Rio del Norte partial l.. Syria plaza partial it says north Berkeley Iran Iraq rich San Leandro Rebecca Saltzman, so look up who your Bart? Board, of directors you need to start bombarding these people with emails and phone calls and say what, are you doing about this well they? Acknowledged that they have a shortage. On the on the police care about? Just. In acknowledgement what, are they doing to solve it I don't. Care about the acknowledgement what are you doing to address it brat they have. Specifically what, are you have ten. Officers and training they've dropped the vacancy rate on. The department from forty one, to, twenty five so there's they, still need Right I, mean, I I heard something. Remember I talked to came out in a couple of weeks, ago thirty two, years law. Enforcement we have the tightest background check which I support by the way in the United States for any law enforcement part is. Pleased and so they have to go to the police academy and everything. Else they have to go through the full. Background check the attrition. Rate it's something like only one percent make it. Through so just because they have recruits doesn't mean they make it through the process So you mentioned how. Many recruits, there are ten officers, and training doesn't mean they make it through to even become. Actual officers so they have. A very, high attrition rates through this process in the background check process so if we have that many openings we. Need to have if we have twenty five. Openings we, need, to have thirty recruits in the system not ten so and we still haven't addressed, the is that, even the. Right number based on on what's happening to we need to be outsourcing to a another group to help patrol you know they're. They're non police but they're able to observe and report and everything else. Do we need more of that I mean. These are real issues. When the rate of violent crime has has increased. Sixty six percent in five years that's unacceptable by any measure by any measure We got, time for one more quick call here for when five eight hundred eighty eight ten Carl in San Jose. Carl you're on KOA ten with Ethan Bearman Yeah I was calling. Because I thought that Bart was supposed to be. Reinforced by the different police departments or you know the municipalities. Bart acid stir I thought I seem to remember I. Mean I've grown up in the bay area? I thought that was what, they were supposed to be getting that's why I didn't have such a large police force is that not the way it is anymore it's supposed. To be reinforced but I don't as the last time I talked to somebody about this last week. As a matter. Of, fact before all this stuff was happening That. This is something that's. Been dropped for a long time because apparently there are issues a. Long, time ago about what municipalities could do and whether they were being reimbursed and that's what it came, down to was, money was the issue for. Municipalities sending their police because San. Francisco hey, man we got enough issues on our. Streets why do we have to help cover bar that's their. Job and who's going to pay for my officers warmer. Short officers I am pretty sure that was? What I had heard about, that Carl thanks so much for calling in four one five eighty eighty eight ten always curious to hear your thoughts by the way your thoughts You see this DMV workers. Slept. Thousands of hours on job right here in. California you ever find. Yourself, sleeping on the job four one five eighty eighty eight ten Ethan.
"billy clubs" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"The students blockaded the building that i was supposed to speak in the police as is typical today were utterly feckless they they let the students takeover there was all sorts of lovely modlin gestures like the white the white protesters stood in the outer ring of protests with the black students inside because the thought was the brutalizing clermont in pomona college police would be just going after the the black students with their billy clubs and whatnot so so there was about two hours of chanting and drum beating beforehand that i could hear for my safe house and i was as i say i was brought in through a secret passageway but nobody had been able to resist the blockade the police let the students take over the outside the perimeter of the building and so i gave my speech to an empty room the students were pounding on the plate glass windows during my talk and the police then decided it was no longer safe in skirted may back out through the kitchen into a waiting police car own my note is anybody been punished for this anyway well actually claremont mckenna is about the only school that his delivered some punishment to the student fascists seven students were given either a single semester or a single year suspension it's unclear whether those who were supposed to graduate were actually allowed to graduate with at the ceremony with their diploma suspect they were this sounds pretty innocuous but it's more than any other college middlebury which was where a faculty member was physically assaulted given a concussion and charles murray who was the there.
"billy clubs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The billy clubs of officers and damaging other vehicles in the neighborhood all part of the peaceful anti gun antiviolence walkout then they went to register to vote in a tied pods right have you seen the new challenge going around and even worse than the tide pods tell the evan coyle challenge blair you turn your of an on like your stove and those coils get red in hot and you have to touch them i've not seen this i'm going to tight that in youtube right now other would you call it the other nick koryo challenge you can't make this stuff up these are the same group of people trying to dictate gun policy to america and we have to tell them stop eating tied pods and don't touch the hot stove fantastic matt bear help us out said is bound four sixty budgets brutal right now birdies street over the house of the road really slow on the east side northbound four sixty 65 tough cabanera by seventy two sixty nine those voices device though traffic meridian over to michigan and then inbound 65 coveted the downtown it's and go mlk down to the nor split eastbound seventy also slow hold on an and that crash sixty five seventy northbound their washington okay that's over on the shoulder now still have heavy traffic between the two splits on the east side slow eastbound seventy coming out tear out towards the east side it's from the north would out the world's three keystone avenue and we have a delay on the southwest side eastbound four 65 rabbit around from sam jones down the van road a kind of latins up until you get oh i don't know route estreet u s thirty one picks up again on over 65 getting closer to emerson now traffic brought to you by john fogerty of z tabsi john fogerty zz top the lose him by used to her wednesday june 13th at rough home mortgage music center tickets go on sale friday today a little dot com i bent bear follow us on twitter for instant traffic updates a w ibc traffic okay.
"billy clubs" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"I understand that hillary has regrets understand that she's secondguessing herself tactics in the normal political stations of the cross should not be what she secondguessing she did well in those debates and donald trump promised something that americans were ready to here so that was the national mood and then intervenes james comey and yes some clinton tactical misfires and donald trump wins the day and now he is actually delivering on that one unspoken promise of his campaign to repeatedly invade our space until we submit resistance in this field as we play excerpts from donald trump's phoenix speech and gently suggest that he was not let us say entirely forthcoming with all the facts but first donald trump did eventually fault the nazis a week and a half ago but he also of course blamed violence and hatred on many sides many sides he actually said that he said the many sides part it's fun fact phoenix speech notwithstanding so let's get to the other side the on tv movement and we'll talk about on tv i tell you pronounce it with a top academic who has studied them you know he and i go added a little with billy clubs of rhetoric and urine balloons of knowledge eventually though i think you'll agree that we reach an improvised aerosol flamethrower of understanding the bhutto.
"billy clubs" Discussed on This Week In Marvel
"Ethic was an issue to who may be the page where and daredevil like throws his billy club and bounces it all fourteen is any knocked them all out and it's all a splash that's almost like a chris we're diagram moon where the where the club is gone you know to the the sequence in a guy i think was three where we spend about three pages cutting around the neighborhood as all these different disparate people tell you the gossip that is the back story of luke cage and diamond back and how they got to be who they were and how they feel about all this stuff to the sequence that opened four where we track the eight in a very almost imu v fashion cinema cinematic fashion we track this shipment of drugs in this particular drug packet of this new yelling human growth hormone that that diamond back is peddling has it passes from person to person until it gets used and that in fact also crosses over into an issue of altar of miles rows spiderman luca um you know that y'all y'all got two different uh plot threats to cut across in a moment where there's some repeated dialogue and there's some deep located scenes um so so the the actual on the mechanics of of reading and watch experiencing a comic y'all are very specific to these guys in also big part of that akla try mentioned everybody is of adjusted panzer the xe the color artist nam nam you know he he debts to work a lot with.
"billy clubs" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Effect all right trademark we will make make sure to honor sydney now every time we go there but i guess if you remember the food that famous time brook a bomb a disavowed the racist groups we're not famous time central finding of the ones who were wearing all of his album we know bomber the al here they were wearing all of his campaign gear right fergana we though the guys in philadelphia with a with a billy clubs thriving voters the ones that were wearing nevada's that his heart was good so too he doesn't have to have don't have this question like this we didn't have to make democratic for what's an obama did mind the enforcer part is that know donning somebody's campaign gear does ratchet the connection up a little bit more east it's hard to it's hard to deny that not a you know i i hear you shattuck glistened there is a sense that that trump is being held to far greater standards but on the other hand once somebody's walk can around with your stuff not that that means it that trump's support some but there is an onus unfortunately on the person who is stuff is being warned to to call that out i thank you yeah anybody anywhere yup right but but right you heard aim is suddenly connected with those people by just photo so say stop lying my staff i don't i i do not you know everybody's waves don't get as an easy dc tshirt out easy edc as we welcome from the day i would say that if if those guys who you just mentioned were wearing barack obama campaign gear for hillary clinton campaign gear there would be pressure on those people to denounce what those people dead i deifict that's ron is that in correct politicians some slack on this stuff like goes i agree i.