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Fresh update on "black" discussed on Balance of Power
"Castrate should black rock tells Bloomberg that in the new year sectors will be even more important than individual stocks What is the regime we're in Are we going to see inflation continue to climb Are we going to see growth decelerate Those are going to influence whether we continue to see technology dominate whether we go back to that value cyclical trade so I do think it's going to matter a great deal particularly in an environment in which the economy while still very strong and growing above trend is almost serving to decelerate in 2022 Let's check these markets the S&P is now up 1.6% up 71 that Al Jones Industrial average is up 1.9% up 654 and the NASDAQ is up just about 1% up 145 The ten years down 1730 seconds with the yield of 1.46% West Texas intermediate crude oil is up 1.8% of 66 74 a barrel while comics gold is down 1.1% of 1764 20 an ounce The dollar yen one 1321 The Euro at dollar 1304 and the British found a dollar 33 O 5 Let's take a quick look at silver silver is currently little changed at $22 32 cents per ounce That is a Bloomberg business flash balance of power with David Weston continues on Bloomberg radio This is ballot of power on Bloomberg television and radio I'm.
Three Victims of Michigan High School Shooting Identified
"I want to stop and ask you to pray for the people of Oakland county and Oxford township, Michigan, where three students were murdered 8 injured, three of whom are in critical condition of 15 year old boy, a 17 year old girl and a 14 year old girl who was on a ventilator. And of course, hundreds traumatized and the high school, well, the high school gets kudos for me. Because when a 15 year old boy walked in with the hand gun that his father had bought legally on Black Friday and opened fire, I believe a total of 17 people were wounded in some way, three dead three struggling for their lives. And those three who are dead could be any kid anywhere. I'm looking at their names in the New York Post report, not The Washington Post report. Tate Meyer, a 16 year old standout football player at Oxford high school, died of his wounds on the way to the hospital and the vaccine of patrol car. Hannah saint giuliana, a 14 year old Madison Baldwin, a 17 year old. This could be kids anywhere any high school anywhere. This is a TikTok video made by one of the students who is not injured if you're watching on the Salem news channel. Please do download it. It's just better to watch the sale on this channel. This is what they would see and listen to what they say. Yes. They come out. Let me stop for a second set this up. The video is of about, I would guess 15 to 20 students inside they're very well trained.
Fresh update on "black" discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"We're going to do that with equity or dead or any other kind of rational financing. So I would say we went through these three stages. And of course, as you find us today, it's strategic. Our strategy has acquired whole Bitcoin. The core micro strategy business is growing better. We were not growing when we started this endeavor, and now we're growing 5 to 10% a year. So I feel like it revitalize and fuse a lot of vitality and a lot of energy into the core business. It certainly infused a lot of vitality into the brand. The micro strategy brand is much better known. The micro strategy company is much better known. So it's good for the good for the employees. Good for the shareholders. Good for the customers. If you saw enterprise software then you're selling to CFOs and CEOs and CIOs and our competitors, Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, and IBM. All much bigger, all much better known. And so your number one challenge is you walk into the place and knock on the door and they say, well, who are you? So a year ago, nobody really knew who micro strategy was. But today, no, no. A lot of people know who we are. In fact, you know, like the CEO of Microsoft might go on CNBC and talk about Microsoft and get 15,000 views on Twitter. And I would go on CNBC and get 400,000 views on so it's kind of a very interesting thing. We leapfrog from being, you know, the hundredth smallest or hundredth largest enterprise software company to all of a sudden being more well-known than all these software companies. We competed against so I thought it was really good year for micro strategy. I thought it was a really good year for Bitcoin. If we look at Bitcoin, I would say the same is true. If you look at black Thursday, people back in March, people were afraid as Bitcoin and inflation hedges that are safe haven or is it a risk asset and what's going to happen?.
Best Buy CEO Says Employees Experience Trauma From Rise of Looting
"Right now right Too Minneapolis best buys were robbed on Black Friday In the smash and grabs looting whatever you want to call it I don't care pick your word I'm not gonna be like a woke liberal and decide that I'm gonna focus on the word Whatever you want to call it right It's people breaking in and stealing stuff Lots of people doing it Flash mobs everything else Of course these liberal professors were only concerned about how the word makes people feel But how about what the looting does to make people feel How does that make people feel That curiosity The CEO of Best Buy you know she said she came out and she said that there's trauma from these employees That's what they're feeling right now Because all these thefts that are happening Across the country in her stores for example organized crime People come in to stores with the intent to steal consumer electronics And she said quote these are traumatic experiences and they are happening more and more across the country And you have you've got other retailers saying the
Fresh update on "black" discussed on The Experiment
"Count one malice murder. We the jury find the defendant Travis mcmichael guilty. You're gonna ask whoever just made it out first. Last week, when a judge in Georgia read the verdict, in the trial of three men who killed ahmaud Arbery. An unarmed black man. Count two felony murder. We the jury find the defendant Travis mcmichael guilty. You might have noticed there was a legal principle. Count three felony murder. That was repeated. Count four. Felony murder. Over and over. Account 5. Felony murder. We the jury find the defendant Travis mcmichael guilty. Count 6. Last spring we did a story about felony murder. A legal rule you might not have heard of, that's applied in all different situations. And depending on who you talk to, it's either a tool for reform, or a barbaric rule that should be abolished..
'Organized Smash and Grab Robbery' Versus 'Looting'
"And then this guy who's the director of the Robert C Maynard institute of journalism Martin Reynolds he said this seems like an organized smash and grab robbery This doesn't seem like looting Now if you saw a bunch of people running into a store smashing windows going in there and getting stuff and taking it out But they had masks on So you could not know what the code of their skin was Would you wait until you found out exactly what their race was before you designated it alluding or to smash and grab Would you do that Would you sit back and wait for that I'm curious And you just sit back and go wait wait wait we can't call this we gotta find out are they Are they white or black Because it's different I mean it's just stupidest thing I've ever heard in my life All we want is we just want people to stop stealing things Even Obama's nominees who of course have histories of shoplifting Just stop stealing things Whether it's a smash and grab during a natural disaster or a man-made disaster or not whether the penal code describes it is looting or not nobody And I mean nobody with a brain thinks this is a racial connotation issue What they think is it's a criminal justice issue But this is what the left does right
Fresh update on "black" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"No no on that one sir No You need to work shot that one Yeah workshop that Those aren't even dad jokes those are points for someone calling a professional comedian to tell you I'm going to give him points up top participation ribbons Yes My favorite is when they end with Dana you can use that if you want Yes Because they would give and give and give Liberal helpers Karen and Colorado Euron with Dana Hey Karen Hey ladies where are the two hottest ladies in radio What Well that's a lot huh No I'm in the narration with everybody else is that what happened with scotus yesterday It just we're going down to a black hole But I did want to ask you Stephanie if you can assign a different fart sound for each one of those black hearted justices maybe a long one for Kavanaugh shortened for a lido whatever you can come up with I think that each deserve will sound You know what Karen I'm glad you pointed that out and I believe this calls for me to activate fart machine number two hang on one second There you go I believe Perfect Are correct All right thank you so much Karen Thank you Yes Why do our callers feed and pet the animals That's what I would like to know We're nothing if not highbrow Judge Thomas Said oh it fit us as rights to bled with Right and then Thomas said.
Philadelphia D.A. Larry Krasner Believes You Commit a Crime Because You're Oppressed
"Lens Here's what I mean by that You take Philadelphia for example where Larry krasner is a district attorney This is a guy who believes that if you commit a crime it's because you are oppressed You have to understand the system is against you It always has been The schools have failed you society's failure capitalism's failed you And it's come on we're not gonna put you away You're only here because we failed you You didn't fail us we failed you So that's why people get back on the streets That's why bail reform is such a joke You know the cops told me in the city here Cops tell me that it used to be that a cop would be on the street Talk to people get to know them You don't need policing Get to know them chat with them find out who the bad guys were And when people would come to the neighborhood well they didn't recognize they call the cops And these are white neighborhoods these are black neighborhoods Brown neighborhoods whatever other little colorful designation the left wants to use because it was people in boxes Everybody's doing the same thing Then you get this very very woke district attorney What he starts doing is what a lot of woke district attorneys across the country are doing He's letting people out of jail He's not prosecuting people It doesn't matter what they are I mean in terms of what their crimes are just letting them out Putting them back on the street So what happens The people become incredibly nervous about calling the cops because let's face it snitches get stitches and they don't want to get stitches So they don't tell the cops anything Knowing that if they tell the cops something the guy's gonna be out back on the streets the next day Only now he's gonna know somebody dropped the dime on him and he's not gonna like it And he's gonna find out who did it and it's not gonna end well So what's happening now is the cop's job is getting even
Fresh update on "black" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"As predicted radio silent. Crickets. They're not talking about it. We would be talking about a white guy plowing into an innocent crowd of black people, morning noon and night. Remember Charleston? Remember the massacre in Charleston, that little monster that went in and murdered those beautiful people and mother Emmanuel church in Charleston. We talked about it day after day weeks. It was a huge story, as it should have been. But it's funny how the media goes silent when the race shoe is on the other foot. It fascinates me. I mean, it really does. It's not even it's not even subtle. There's an absolute. I mean, here's a great editorial on The Wall Street Journal by Jason Riley. In the aftermath of George Floyd's death last year, employers offered black workers time off to deal with the news. UCLA suspended a professor who refused to grade his supposedly traumatized black students more leniently than their non black peers. Such gestures may have been well meaning he writes, but they were also nonsensical and reeked of condescension. Our black psyche is really this fragile or blacks so starved for exemplars that miscreants must be treated like martyrs should Floyd's death matter more to them than the huge number of black homicides that don't involve police. The political left pretends to pine for a post racial America, but that's the last thing it really wants. I mean, the unwarranted racialization of the Kyle rittenhouse saga, which concerned one white man shooting three other whites was a clumsy attempt by Biden and his allies to further a narrative about bias in the criminal justice system. And now, we've got an absolute moratorium in the national media over this guy who mowed over a bunch of people in walker Shaw Wisconsin. He was reportedly a black nationalist. So you got an angry black guy that massacres white people, grandmas, little boys? You know, just innocent people? And they happen to be white? Nothing to see here. Not a big story. Zach is in Atlanta. Hey, Zack, how are you? Hey, my how's it going? Too early to say Merry Christmas or are we all right? Oh, it's always Christmas season in Atlanta. I work in the film industry, so I'm doing Christmas movies. Oh, I'm jealous. Good for you. I want a cool way to make a living. Well, Merry Christmas. It is. Well, you know, I'm calling in because this fox headline, I'm all over the political spectrum. I take in all sorts of media from all sides. I love your show. Thanks. I love Fox News. But I still watch all the other outlets. I will DW, BBC World news because it's good to get a picture of how everybody's feeling. Sure, I got it. I feel like these stories that with Fox interview in this guy is such a cheap shot and like Mike, you remember when news was boring when they weren't trying to get headlines when they weren't trying to get very different kind, and that's the way it is. Tuesday. Boring again. I mean, I love the BBC. Because I call it the boring broadcasting corporation. It slow is boring and it's just the facts. And I just feel like because Fox News especially with a lot of conservative people is a very important thing..
Rep. Maxine Waters Resorts to Racism Excuse Against 'Evil' GOP
"She was talking with Jonathan K part on MSNBC. Want you to hear what she had to say. The American people are going to be able to distinguish between us and them. And in the final analysis, we're going to win. We're going to beat them. We don't take anything for granted. We know that they're evil. We know that they lie. We know that they don't give a dawn about facts. And so we've got to overcome that with the truth. They're evil. I mean, that's a strong word of evil. Oh, worse than that. Worse than that. Evo. When you see the kind of attacks that you have talked about already, that's constantly being made by them. That's evil. And I want you to know, I'm under attack also. They tried to send to me. And of course, we beat them back with our slight majority that we have. And even, you know, Marjorie Taylor Greene, I believe, has something up to expel me from the Congress of the United States. Can you imagine people with this kind of attitude? And these kinds of actions. And this kind of racism that they just play all the time. Talking about expelling me or anybody else from Congress when, in fact, they shouldn't even be there. Yeah. I love that racism. You know, they want to expel you because you're black, right? Maxine? What is worse than evil, I wonder? What's worse than evil? I don't even know what worse than evil would be. I guess maybe just a Democrat.
Omicron brings COVID-19 vaccine inequity 'home to roost'
"The the new new coronavirus coronavirus variant variant Omicron Omicron is is bringing bringing cozied cozied nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine inequality inequality home home to to roost roost the the emergence emergence of of Omicron Omicron on on the the wheels wheels desperate desperate and and likely likely futile futile attempt attempt to to keep keep it it at at bay bay a a reminders reminders of of what what scientists scientists have have warned warned for for months months the the coronavirus coronavirus who who thrive thrive as as long long as as vols vols parts parts of of the the world world black black vaccines vaccines the the holding holding of of limited limited to to cope cope with with nineteen nineteen shots shots by by rich rich countries countries doesn't doesn't just just mean mean risk risk for for the the parts parts of of the the world world C. C. ng ng shortages shortages it it threatens threatens the the entire entire globe globe faxing faxing expert expert Richard Richard Hatchett Hatchett says says the the bar bar received received a a ruthless ruthless opportunist opportunist and and the the inequality inequality that that has has characterized characterized the the global global response response has has now now come come home home to to roost roost Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London
John Zmirak on Why Anti-Racism Is the New Religion
"That. Right now I want to talk to you, John, really about anything. You've got all these articles that stream dot org. But what do you want to start first? I mean, I haven't talked since Kyle rittenhouse was 100% vindicated of any criminal charges. And I'm proud to say that I'm one of the very first people commentators in America who came out two days after the shooting to say that Kyle rittenhouse appeared to me to be completely innocent and in fact an American hero. And all the facts, all the witnesses, all the testimony, all the video has confirmed my initial column from two days after the shooting. Mainstream media have ignored all of it. Right. Lied about all of it, have repeated entirely invented libelous statements about mister rittenhouse, saying that he was a white supremacist member of some white nationalist militia. Not that there's anything wrong with that because we are non judgmental. I want to be very, very clear. Our media almost universally reported false statements about Kyle rittenhouse, destructive, really destructive false statements. The most destructive thing you can say about someone in America is that he's a white nationalist. It's really more destructive than saying someone is a child pornographer. Actually, let me ask you a question because I have to always go to the roots why do we care if somebody's a white supremacist or whatever it isn't the issue is he a murderer? Isn't that the issue? Like if I kill you because I hate that you're black or I kill you 'cause I hate that you're white, or I kill you because you're not Greek, does it matter. If I murder you, it's called murder. So aren't we already, in other words, I don't want to go down this rabbit hole, but the reason we're in the mess that we're in is because we talk about things like why someone murdered someone rather than did someone murder someone problem Eric is that you're speaking like someone from the old America. The new America is in the grips of the imposition of a new official religion. Anti racism is the new official religion of America. And it's being imposed upon us the way Islam was imposed upon the Christians of Egypt after the conquest of that country.
What Does the Salvation Army's Racism Study Guide Say?
"The Salvation army's leadership team just created and quote international social justice commission Which has developed and released a resource to educate its white donors volunteers and employees called let's talk about racism It is search Christianity as institutionally racist calling for white Christians to repent and offer quotas sincere apology unquote to blacks for being antagonistic to black people or the culture values and interests of the black community Again dehumanization of the individual ladies and gentlemen were not all human beings Wanting the same things Deserving respect So no no we're communities While many have come to believe that we live in a post racial society but racism is very real for our brothers and sisters who are refused jobs and housing If you refuse a job or housing because you're right you have a tremendous federal civil rights lawsuit And you can make millions if you can make your case Denied basic rights and brutalized no press simply because the color of their skin one lesson explains There's an urgent need for Christians to evaluate racist attitudes and practices in light of our faith and to live faithfully in today's world Now when an accompanying study guide on racism to call it study guide on racism Salvation army authors explain all whites are racist even if they don't realize it Quote Sunday school curriculum that only uses white photography and imagery is an example given that perpetuates injustice says we must stop denying the existence of individual and systemic institutional racism They exist and are still at work to keep white Americans in power the lesson says
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Calls for Reverse of Joe Biden's Travel Ban
"At the Cyril ramaphosa Have you ever heard of Cyril ramaphosa mister producer How about mister coal screener He's very busy While he's the prisoner of South Africa today and he's ticked off Joe Biden picked 8 African countries 8 African country A black country is essentially To put a travel man out there and is no doubt I didn't hear anything Every talk show host in America On TV and raiders pointed that out to you Now if Joe Biden were Donald Trump you know that they'd be calling him a racist and here's the thing Joe Biden actually has a racist history That's right he was a segregationist He threw in with the too Mississippi former plantation honors He likes to talk about Charlottesville Charlottesville is nothing to do with race when it came to tromp All I know the lib media the Democrats their little websites get all worked up about it but the fact is the president did not support the clan or neo Nazis None of them It's a horrible death that took place there as well But here he is Cut 13 go We call upon these countries that have imposed travel bans On our country and our other southern African sister countries To immediately and urgently reverse their decisions Now these restrictions are completely unjustified And unfairly discriminate against our country and our southern African sister
Lee Elder, 1st Black golfer to play Masters, dies at age 87
"The the PGA PGA tour tour says says golf golf pioneer pioneer Lee Lee elder elder has has died died at at the the age age of of eighty eighty seven seven golfer golfer Lee Lee elder elder broke broke down down racial racial barriers barriers as as the the first first black black golfer golfer to to play play in in the the masters masters paving paving the the way way for for Tiger Tiger Woods Woods and and others others to to follow follow a a native native Texan Texan who who developed developed his his game game while while being being a a caddy caddy during during segregated segregated times times elder elder made made history history in in nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five at at Augusta Augusta national national that that had had been been in in all all white white tournament tournament until until he he received received an an invitation invitation after after winning winning the the Monsanto Monsanto opened opened the the previous previous year year elder elder who who was was forty forty at at the the time time missed missed the the cut cut his his best best masters masters finish finish was was a a tie tie for for seventeenth seventeenth in in nineteen nineteen seventy seventy nine nine he he also also won won four four PGA PGA tour tour events events I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler
Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Explains Joe Biden's COVID Failures
"First, these statistical numbers, I mean, The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes President Biden may not recall what he said during a 2021 campaign debate last fall, but Americans should, anyone who's responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America. COVID deaths this year have now surpassed the toll in 2020. Wall Street Journal points out it would shame that mister Biden has done no better than Donald Trump in defeating COVID. Despite the benefit of vaccines better therapies and more clinical experience. The left politicized COVID by holding mister Trump responsible for a disease that was always going to be hard to defeat. Biden said, if the president had done his job, all the people would still be alive. The Wall Street Journal says that was his false as anything mister Trump has ever said. But most journalists and experts agreed with the basic premise, mister Trump had blood on his hands. The world's top medical journals called for mister Trump's defeat. The Wall Street Journal writes about Biden's COVID death milestone. Because of the Trump administration's preparation they say, the U.S. led most of the world in vaccinations. Yeah, mister Biden had no plan to deal with a large numbers of vaccine holdouts other than to deride them. He missed his goal of getting 70% of adults vaccinated by July 4th, but proclaimed victory nonetheless. Biden blamed Republican governors and unvaccinated conservatives. Yet blacks and young people have also shown resistance reluctance to get vaccinated. They don't tend to be Republican, see Nicki Minaj and Kyrie
Vice President Kamala Harris Defends Joe Biden's 'Disgraceful' Africa Travel Ban
"Then another tweet said Trump further diminished the U.S. in the eyes of the world by expanding his travel ban. This new African ban is designed to make it harder for black and brown people to immigrate to the United States. It's a disgrace. And we can not let him succeed. So riddle me this Batman is Biden's presidency and disgrace. Is Biden disgraceful in banning, travel? From South Africa? My gosh. Here's the vice president Kamala Harris defending what Biden used to say was a disgraceful racist, horrible thing that diminishes us in the eyes of the world, and that is to ban travel from other parts of the world. Travel restrictions. We'll take it one step at a time, but as of now, we've done what we believe is necessary. Perfect. Thank you all so much. Yeah, we're back. We're taking the steps we think are necessary.
The Hypocrisy of Joe Biden's African Travel Ban Versus President Trump's Travel Ban
"Just confirmed that everything you think about what we're witnessing with the Biden administration is true. Headline, President Biden mocked for restricting travel from African nations after he attacked Trump for doing the same. This is so ridiculous. This is beyond satire. We're at a point where it's not even satirical anymore. You know the news about this new army Kron variant and South Africa. So what's Biden do? He bans travel from South Africa. Do you remember what he said about president Trump? Who did the same thing? President Trump trying to protect Americans from COVID. This is a tweet from Joe Biden. Trump further diminished the U.S. and the eyes of the world by expanding his travel ban. This new African ban Biden said hell of a difference. In March of 2020, is designed to make it harder for black and brown people to immigrate to the United States. It's a disgrace, and we can not let him succeed. Yeah, that's what Biden said last year and now he's turned around and he's banned, travel from an African nation.
Salvation Army Releases Racism Guide, Telling White Americans They're Racist
"Is right everything they touch. They ruin. And now you must have leftists in the hierarchy of Salvation army, shooting themselves in the foot over. Why would they do this? Why do organizations think this has to be done? I just wish I could understand the thinking the mindset the destructive nature, the impulse to say, hey, white people, apologize. And incidentally, the Salvation army has put out another statement sort of denying this. I've seen the study guide. They can try to spin it. I've read the guide. It does say we recognize that it's a profound profound challenge to sit on the hot seat and listen with an open heart to the herd and anger of the wounded. And incidentally, I don't want to be oblivious to people who are hurt by racism. I just don't think ripping down a statue fixes it. I don't think burning down at McDonald's is the answer. I don't think letting violent felons out under the streets is the solution. Call me crazy. And I don't want to apologize for something I have no control over. I shouldn't apologize. I shouldn't apologize for being white any more than somebody else should apologize for being black or Hispanic. Eurasian. Or whatever you are. Why do they do this?
Brothers to take center stage in Jussie Smollett trial
"The the trial trial of of actor actor jussie jussie Smollett Smollett gets gets underway underway in in Chicago Chicago today today one one the the defendant defendant is is remembered remembered for for his his work work on on and and being being fired fired from from empire empire the the two two brothers brothers that that prosecutors prosecutors say say jussie jussie Smollett Smollett hired hired to to help help him him stages stages on on hate hate crime crime are are expected expected to to take take center center stage stage the the siblings siblings who who work work with with small small light light on on the the TV TV show show are are expected expected to to testify testify that that small small that that paid paid them them thirty thirty five five hundred hundred dollars dollars to to pose pose as as his his attackers attackers on on a a frigid frigid night night in in January January twenty twenty nineteen nineteen so so that that is is charged charged with with a a felony felony for for lying lying to to police police about about the the attack attack in in which which he he claimed claimed that that he he was was set set upon upon because because he's he's black black and and openly openly gay gay the the crime crime carries carries a a sentence sentence of of up up to to three three years years in in prison prison but but legal legal experts experts say say even even if if convicted convicted small small that that will will probably probably end end up up getting getting probation probation and and or or perhaps perhaps community community service service I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Up to 30 people conduct robbery at Best Buy in Burnsville
"I'm Black Friday it wasn't just shoppers grabbing up deals gangs of robbers were also hitting stores in the Los Angeles area police say there were several incidents of mass robberies Beverly hills police say they arrested four people in a car Friday night after a home depot was hit by thieves who stole items including hammers crowbars and other tools the LAPD arrested three people after they stopped a car and spotted merchandise inside these had just rushed into a designer store and grabbed goods police say in another incident an employee was hurt after an altercation with a thief involving pepper spray and in yet another three people with a handgun robbed a high end Melrose Place store and it's not just happening in LA around the country in Minneapolis a group of twenty to thirty people grab numerous electronic items at a Best Buy store in Burnsville and ran out according to police I'm Julie Walker
Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create
"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in
10-year-old among three shot at mall in Durham, North Carolina
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a North Carolina police chief says three people were shot Friday in a fight at a mall a shooting during Black Friday shopping at a mall in Durham North Carolina left three people shot and wounded and another three people injured as panicked shoppers ran for the exits one of the shooting victims was a ten year old child who was struck by a stray bullet during police chief Patrice Andrews told reporters the shooting happened around three twenty PM inside the streets at Southpoint mall the chief said an apparent fight between two groups who knew each other led to the shooting and one person was detained Andrews vowed there will be more arrests hi
"black" Discussed on Black History Year
"What does black liberation look like to you from your perspective. As a environmental activists liberation does mean freedom of choice freedom to think freedom to dream freedom to achieve freedom to be able to live in a very clean and healthy environment. It would be great if all of us black people lived in spaces where the air that we breathe was clean where or children had the ability to drink clean fresh water to go to school and be educated and when i say educated i mean educated in a way that they can think and break out of barriers and patterns Liberation means the ability to say what you really want to do in your life and go ahead and pursue it and and be able to achieve it without being put in a box or having barriers put around you. So it's being able to dream as big as we want a dream and achieve at without all the strictures are put around us to prevent us from doing it. You know the freedom to to move around space to move in time and to be able to just accomplish what we can to the best of our abilities and right now most of us can't because all around the world there's so many things that are designed to prevent us from being able to do these. Thanks so what does black liberation main to you for me. It's a historical term talks about our fight for freedom and liberation. And what. I mean by that as we as a people who are today shores have been subjugated oppressed. Obviously enslaved and to this day we suffer from oppression even if sometimes hard for some of us to recognize it to the same degree there so for me when we talk about the idea liberation. What we're talking about is black folks. Controlling every and any institution organization any economic social organization. Even that has anything to do with the daily lives of black folks. We as a people must control institutions and organizations not only innocuous unity but throughout the logic. Ask for otherwise we are people who are controlled by others and if you are controlled by other people other folks brother they are well meaning or not will tell you what time of day it is. They'll tell you how you should act which you should learn how you should you history and in the end you notice that folks who are oppressive to you. Even if they smooth that out a little bit they will continue to keep to power controls. They'll continue to keep control over economics. They'll continue to keep controls over schooling. And even they put a few folks in some physicians. That still doesn't mean that the dominant and subservient situation has changed so for me. Liberation can only be thought about a sense of black people controlling institutions and organizations and at a little bit more is that those institutions organizations themselves cannot be coercive economic be dominated by few over the many so i think when i think about all liberation particularly struggle here in the united states i think this is to across the diaspora ended africa. We have to think about anti-capitalist structures. We have to think about structures you have to think about collective structures things that disperse wealth and knowledge ecorse opportunities so that folks have the ability to control their lives not dependent on a few no matter what you look like to again all those folks what they should be doing and how they should be doing it but folks believe that they have some say over there every day day to day life. Got it so when you are describing this to someone who may not necessarily have been thinking in these terms. As far as blindfolds controlling the institutions and organizations that are significant to our lives. What type of pushback to usually get. And how do you counter that. Because many of us aren't even aware that there could be a world that needs to be a world where we do have this level of autonomy and self determination. I think the pushback in my experience that actually has a class analysis to it so i think most or folks are working class folks. I talked to they can probably you know teach me political education about daily is struggles in the systems that are oppressive to us right. So i think that's a commonality largely across our folks. I think for some folks were particularly arrange of like poor. Working class the issue becomes. Can we believe. Do we believe that we can create the alternative institutions and struggle against the society that has such dominant power over us. And i think that's the fault line is when it comes to folks who are sort of on the bottom rang of power or wealth society. I think when it comes to the middle class and upper middle class and rich black folks. Those folks are comfortable and so they may not want to get beat up by the police. They wanted to be treated nice restaurants but they're not necessarily looking at the problem the same way anymore at least as poor black folks look at the problem and so i think the push back i get from those votes when i get a chance to talk to them is more that they have sort of a top down analysis a bootstrap analysis that if they did it. Why can't everybody else do it. And then i think you have to have those conversations about our society works and again quite frankly how capitalism works myself. I'm from the projects and people see me as somebody. Because i became a lawyer as some sort of success story but i say down you know if you look at me and you look at the thirty thousand people who didn't make it out per se is that term is used. Then why would you justice system by the one that makes it not the thirty thousand at don't right so i think there's an idea here that you don't look at into a challenge. Economic systems the same way we as people look at social systems or communist systems. Would they don't look at individuals. They look at how the system to to allow folks to so to fully express themselves. It's only here in america that we refused to evaluate the economic system. A political system. That oppresses us. In a way that makes us think about how change should happen. Because again i think particularly the middle class upper class level folks get too comfortable taking that because they are the one or two percent get to go to some nice parties and buy some nice things that all of these things of fear for the rest of us it's complicated and it may continually evolve but i think of it as of freedom and which were allowed to love without sphere. And we're allowed to struggle without being put into cages or disappeared. Talking to old friend of mine who is a former member of the haarlem black panther party earlier this week on the phone and he was saying that there's a difference between revolutionary struggle and liberation. And i was like real. Because i never thought of a distinction between the two they say. The revolutionary struggle with something that would have to address with the entire state. You know the. Us's its origins in genocide. Indigenous people are genocide our bones in our spirits are in the atlantic ocean night but that liberation was something we could carve out in our lifetimes and smaller spaces within this land which.
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"Memora- nets good black news. Detroit's once famous. Black bottom neighborhood finally receives a historical marker. The residents of detroit celebrated a historical marker. Come reiterating detroit's once famous black bottom neighborhood. Detroit was once home to a all black community called black bottom. The neighborhood had at least three hundred fifty thriving black businesses and was home to the to a number of musical icons in the that. The city dubbed detroit's black wall street's for his thriving entrepreneurship that was until forced redevelopment wiped the town now leaders historians in other residents. Who must call black bought on home celebrating. A historical marker put up an honor of the neighborhood detroit's historic black bottom running from graduates and like you say learner. Leonard say learner lynyrd cover. Some people say that. I took from saint alban to brush before it was berry. Wiped away by i. Seventy five and seventy five still in the construction ain't it. They paved paradise in put in a parking lot. In a highway way sit rochelle. Riley director of arts culture entrepreneurship in detroit during the ceremony For the new marker during the late nineteen fifties early sixties former mayor cobo forced residents of the neighborhood under the guise of redevelopment for residents with ties. The memory is still very painful. To be disrupted by. Urban renewal was really heartbreaking. Said beverly kindle walker whose family were residents of black bottom current mayor. Mike duggan spoke or cobos decision. Say a couple of years ago. I was very proud of the fat that the name of our mayor. Kobo was taken off. The convention center is not a part of our history. That should be celebrated now. The city is looking to preserve a memory of black bottom is contribution his residence. When you talk about the history of black bottom and it's soil it's about the richness of the people said ray smith president of the black bottom group in former resident to black bottom. Shut up on your favorite singers. Come from near trying to give Does a white man who part of cobo come on. Wasn't he raises his. I got him the fuck out. They change cast high school. But you know then alumnis was. No nice is gone racist racist a lot of them freebies. Legis shit in detroit was good and racist. I am black. That's the generations. Staying up and not on my watch and also shuttled to black bottom. I think sometimes let him was always portrayed as like a horrible plates. The thrive for last couple and shouts like some of my elder like. Yeah owned black bottoming. Everybody's the hang out and do things. It was basically the spot in so. But i think folks talk about like the later part of black bottle which is not shown true legacy but more so they don't talk about how they literally just put a freeway now motherfucker in is always going to be through our neighborhoods right. It's never can be another neighborhood or a red. They would have just shifted seventy five. I like what three or four blocks they say like eighty percent of the neighborhoods but instead they decided to keep were at and i think they destroyed like ninety the name right the answer just shifting it over. They want the blacks out of there. They wanted to minded and a lot of the blast down own their home. They owned businesses. And so what. They did a cash them out right in trying to go to. They have enough money to go kind of it. Again last homesick jamaican officials set to petition. British government for slavery reparations.
"black" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Ensure that there's not a shift in consciousness that can support other radical. Opposition has created country to stop this neo-fascist trajectory. Yes black agenda. Report has been saying for some time that increasingly the struggle in black america will have to be an internal one one that is not hobbled by false objectives of unity. You can't unify with forces in the black community that are consciously inactivity supporting. The oppressor is actually and is the show this taking place in politics in terms of the traditional bank politics but also among the black wealth. This notion of united front is Is something that many Many are now questioning. And if i even rejecting that even among the black left it has to be a basis for unity beyond the fact that we might define ourselves with black and less. It has to have a ideological and political agreement among whatever forces attempt to so if you have some elements the deal pushing about a partnership with if you will strategic in short-term. They claim with neo liberal democrats because they say they claim that's what the people at that has to be extend rejected that serve as a long term basis. Go for any kind of black unity. In my opinion so yes the ongoing and deepening social crisis is resulting in a big of all all of the strategies and practices. We have engaged the last few decades. Guiding how we build and conduct left oppositional politics and the united states of america. And even the george floyd the rebellion. I why some elements that were raising man's for changes beyond just so-called criminal justice before or this amorphous call for racial justice of elements were in the minority. And because they were in cost a pivot away from this morphism racial justice. And even the person of george floyd as a protest murder. Because didn't that pivoted from that to demand that will broader and even more significant in terms of the social and economic conditions created forty years of meal liberalism and the devastating impact on black and brown humidity's because pivot didn't take place the potential radicalization and the long-term oppositional potential of those rebellions were not realized and so in some ways it is the that rebellion the property in some ways and enhancing role of the leadership class because they weren't challenged by social forces so that they engage in the cynicism a juneteenth celebration and holiday a few days before he democrats then allow black folks once again around the issue of voting rights. Do that was coming. They played this game by giving Folks this holiday too. Nobody asked about and then turn right back around and play the cynical game like they were really serious about trying pass. S one bill. When he knew that the votes weren't they weren't even really seriously in support of it themselves. You know so. This is the kind of cynical game played and the black leadership class plays along with it with impunity. And that is what has to change a best while you have to have this. Intensifying internal class struggle to dislodge that element and this was billeted. The play the role of playing for the last few decades. You right is a well oiled machine. But that machine is breaking down And you know what Invading but right now a massive. Does he really understand it. We'll see themselves your co founder of the black alliance apiece and the national organizer and of course As the essential role in trying to revive the anti imperialism in the black community but also to make the link between militarization of the police and other measures domestically that are an extension of the imperial nature of the beast. I would think that bap in this imperialist offensive is quite vulnerable while we are but know because of our strategy we because we that dependent on for example foundation resources of because we have been very discipline how we have built a formulation ground here with the people having absolutely clear politics and clear mission. Yes we know that we have elements already coming up into the formation. Because they know that i think the state recognizes that there's too many elements like the us. But what we do is to continue with putting out messages continuing to organize independently to prepare ourselves for 'fines of fine. We also know i. Space in terms of ability to disseminate information to keep our website in place to tweet the way we tweet is vulnerable and we preparing in have plans in case we have to exercise those plans. If in fact we are moved against by the state. So yes we gotta tracking some of the finest africans in this country or looking for a radical home and they feel that they are finding that with his black alliance for peace that was a baraka national organizer with the black alliance for peace in recent years. Increasing numbers of white people have come to favor. Some form of reparations for the harm black americans suffered under centuries of slavery and discrimination but there is still no consensus among black people on. What kind of reparations should be demanded from. The united states feel when gaza is director of the malcolm x. center for self-determination in greenville south carolina. And a longtime reparations advocate. One gaza is trying to pull reparation supporters together in her state. Well the immediate project is called the south carolina coalition reparations coalition and the object of the project is to bring to the table the various formations and tendencies around the issue of reparations for africans formerly enslaved in north america and suffering or surviving more accurately the impediments resulting from the evolution of the holocaust of enslavement because one slavery has not ended in the united states as it is specifically set out in the thirteenth amendment. Which has the exception clause and provides that persons that are quote unquote duly convicted of a crime. Be enslaved and in fact are and slate in this country without a clear definition of what constitutes duly convicted status and we know that following the civil war that the south.
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"So much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. I my is y'all baraga. I am from canada but i. My background is ghanaian My current location right now is a stony creek about twenty minutes from toronto and the name of my business is being you are actually a junior talked to us about the original. Miss jaba dago. In ghana the original mistrial rago in ghana I would say that's it is my grandmother so my grandmother's name jaba arago That is was named after your actually means that a female on thursday in akon. I'm however i'm born on friday so my name is accessible via fia while when my dad needing to my grandmother. That's the name that i had to take so the name michael by is derogatory at some point in your professional career. Did you go by priscilla your middle name. Yes so i sent point in my actually my entire life. I went with priscilla. I never really embraced the name iago until recently. Priscilla is where where a lot of people that i grew up with. Actually know me by. So that's the name. My mom actually originally wanted to give me then. Of course my dad took over and down. That is why y'all virago has been my main sense. But i just recently started embracing that. And i feel like that's what people need to know me by. Now
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"Thank you so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hello i'm sarah greaves. Scabbard on a lot of people. Know me as jets it. Sarah that is enabled my business. Barry dot com. I was born in england. But i have coming to you from miami florida today where i live. So that makes for quite the accent being refractoriness mid atlantic thirty right directly in the sky <hes>. So you're people are from jamaica. My father is from jamaica and moved to england when he was a teenager and my mother is from our betas and she moved to england when she was in her early twenty s. And that's where they met. That's where i was born. But i sort of ping pong back and forwards between england and jamaica my whole life before moving to the states in two thousand. And what was that experience like being so young and being so so coastal bicoastal. Oh i think. That's that is the reason why i do what i do today. You know my earliest my actual earliest memory. That i have is the first time being on a plane. I would have been about three. And we were flying from england to jamaica for the first time and i remember looking out the window and seeing a movie the clouds are because as you can imagine for a child who's always used to looking up and seeing the clouds it was just mind blowing to me that i looked out the winner david beneath eights so yeah it started mine of travel i think and just made me me feel at home in the world wherever in the world and i would say that you have absolutely taken that in run literally run runner with it <hes>. I was taking a look at your instagram <hes>. Do you remember your very first instagram photo. I do want way back. Wonder i do. It's a photo of me taking on hollywood beach and i am lying on the ground. I was just finished ron. I'm lying on the ground. I have my feet two legs in the air. My running shoes silhouetted against the sky. That was my first instagram coach. So that was august twenty thirteen. How in the world do you remember that. Listen only because it was my first. Because i really can't remember anything. I have the world's worst memory. Although i was a child i can remember those clearly but asking what i had for breakfast yesterday. I can't tell you. But no. I just remember that because occasionally since i started on instagram. And let me be clear. That was my first coast in two thousand thirteen. But i posted again for months or maybe a year someone. I've been on pressure when someone had suggested to me. Oh you take a lot of photos. You should put them up on instagram and just rolled my eyes and thought. Oh my god another platform. I'm already to onto dr maury on facebook. I already have a website. But i take this photo. Took that one photo <unk>. Forgot about instagram for awhile. But see i forgot. What question was that you just asked me. I was asking how you re how you remember that photo. So that's really interesting. You you've certainly like showed up <hes>. Wherever you've been online. I just see like so much color and so much color like so much color. So scholar and your sunglasses are always really fun. <hes> the art that you take photos his really fun in your shopping addiction. I like i like the chronicles of your shopping. Shopping addiction as adventure showers burned. Although yes trust me. I could if i could just get a dollar back for every dollar i have spent you know i would be independently wealthy but yes i love. I love shopping. Worse discerning collection of i think <hes>. I suppose that would mean not having spent the dollar in the first place though right more of the creative verbal type of not not the numbers
"black" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"We don't want to allow certain kinds of people into our stores. Then that's not even the Lai. Even if it's against the law, there's no one who we can go. Complain to within going to enforce the law. There's no police who's going to enforce the law. This would be the the private security force that will enforce not the law, but the rules of their boss at that is the police force. Imagine how bad it's going to be, but they don't even have to pretend to be following the loss. So that's one problem. The second problem is that if we have the this. A police departments happened either uniformly or even manner in other words in some cities. There's no police in other cities. There are then what's going to happen. When there is a organization of white supremacist who are inspired by Dylann roof roof of course was the young white supremacist murdered nine black people in the church service in Charleston South Carolina when the next group who's inspired by Dylann. Roof comes when they decide to go to a black church instead of going to the black shirts in their city. City in this town in their rural area, they're gonNA. See the two counties over. There is a majority black city with no police force. They're gonNA, go there because there's no police force and then when they go on, they suit up that search. If we don't have a security force already set up own private security force set up then who we gonNA call. We're not even going to have our own police department that we can show a community control department that we can call and protect some. Said this scenario. How would you solve it? Well having community control over the police, we'd have a police force that is directly represented by and ordered around by the community. All the police department that doesn't mean the police department has everyone. I've done it doesn't mean the police department has to be the same size that it is now. It doesn't mean the police departments job to protect property. It does mean that if a bunch of white supremacist comes to our town, we need a force. Ready to step up to them and neutralize them from attacks against us, that only happens when we have community control up. The police were instead of the police, being responsible and responsive to the White House structure downtown. They'll responsible to and response to the communities that can slow them, and that means working class black communities, then with intentionally at the disproportionately represented by women and. You folks music control over places. The answer you said that packer was not a successful in getting the year of local officials in Washington DC but that was before this exclusive moment. Yes, so this explosive moment has brought. A lot of attention also brought some attention to the de-fund. We have a lot of people in DC who are pushing for the defend police and we're very excited that they're thinking about. A society with police were certainly a society with a force at so substantially different than it is now can't even think about calling them. Police were engaged now in prosecuting gates now is in political education. Education as it were before with the members of our community to convince them that what we should be fighting for now is power apple reform of the existing police, certainly to remove him from power, and that could happen through defunding, but we think that the way it should happen is by shifting power from them over to our communities, so we're now stepping up our efforts to engage communities and political education to get us to agree that we should be fighting for power, and in this particular moment in history, which should be fighting for power and control over the forces of security in our own communities. Rape Education. Opportunity for all that was Max. Rameau a Pan African Community action in Washington D. C.. A. Jammu Baraka national organizer for the Black Alliance for peace recently appeared on a podcast for Code Pink the Antiwar Organization Baraka agreed that you advocates for peace overseas must also focus on police terror at home. To strengthen solidarity. There's no fixed gear there that that kind of chronology. Standard spirited what you're saying. Basically, we have a responsibility as citizens of Empire to put a brake on the USA. That's important so that that is a criticism boutique that we fully embrace that is our is. At the same time though we I saw ask, people are struggling around rose to speak shoes by that, so we stand with those of us like yourself was. Of the people of Latin America they have to understand that you there because you building opposition to us, policies of back in the is important from the US to see for his hand. On the conditions and the consequences of US policy, so yeah, we definitely have to do that that people are hopeful.
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"All right before. Starting Nixon admit this gives a Mona silence for Ahmad Aubrey. All right now fucking everybody by knows the fucking what's going on with this situation right now. Black Dude Got Lynch shot killed Jay. Wbz In jogging fucking black in fucking Georgia Brunswick in a sativa shore neighborhood. He was shot by father and son. Duo George McMichael. The Dad and his son Travis. So does she'd happen like February. Twenty third right temporary fucking twenty-third so I guess they say due to the corona altering people lives back then in February in Georgia. She was pretty much swept under the rug in a sense so does she does in the spotlight right now. Just because of fucking video service to the public and everybody one demand wanting justice on ship. So now does she does out these. Roman free since February. Twenty third so pretty much there. Were sweeping it under the rug in Israel and around and Shit right so the video service. A Momma's running to white dudes when motherfucker record initiate attack. This ask talk about. He was a burglar or something like that are following. His ass attacked them. A fight ensued. Chatham twice killed him. God Damn Shame fucking jogging while Black Jay. Wbz In so apparently another mother video footage surfaced of him. Go to fucking constructed home vacant. For about what four minutes is something like that. In one of those homes that are just like getting struck. Still got a little skeleton. Would frames up. He was curious and Shit and he was in there for about three reform. Isn't take shit so I guess he's motherfuckers was lying in wait. I asked to come out now. They didn't they didn't say make it up that fucking big house. Now they waited for us. Then he fucking stockton let it run for a little bit inning. Confronted his ass. Competition sued did black man so does video. He's walking. You know about three or four minutes. Walk through low house correct to say what the people can't be curious. No more curiosity fucking thrown out the door. If I was living in a house a nice ass house in a nice neighborhood and there was a house down a block. Whatever that was getting constructed Chit I would probably be curious to be like. Yeah you know I'll be trying to compare it to my house and Shit like Oh man what's going on here shit? Got Some nice rooms in the back seat. It got this Anada not thinking nothing of it. Just just checking it out just curious. Check it out. Is there a problem with fucking curiosity naked? Just want to check. The layout see is better than his house. I mean I guess since I guess they figure since he was burglarized shit I guess it took a while to break into a fucking open skeleton. Ask House construction. I guess it took a while to fucking break in there when fucking doors is wide open. There isn't even fuck endure owner. And he's mother focused talking about they. Were making a citizen's arrest. Can you come up with a more fucking? Excuse all making a citizen's arrest. Let me shoot this Nigga right here. Let me wait for him to come out at his house. And make a citizen's arrest fucker. Ripe was enhance. Should waiting on a fuck makes a citizen risk? You're riding shotgun. Just wait in the fucking tax and body just like Rodney King. Just think like king if that fucking video didn't service. Oh my fucking goodness Brian. Keene got beat. If that video wasn't a surface them cops would have got away clean. Nothing would happen swept under the rug. Thank God for video now. Here's what they were doing. They're they're pretty much thoroughly in a weight. You know hunting for some black you know just like that case Byron David in Minnesota Thanksgiving two thousand twelve when he laid in wait for those two kids who are burglar who burglarizing his home for some time and he said fuck it. I'm a hide my vehicle and Shit and wait for these mother fuckers. What he do turn his lights off. They came down a basement. He shot each one of the most focus is it came down in the face and was glorified doing it. That's exactly what we're doing. These mother fuckers look like they like to hunt black people build denied motherfuckers. You took a couple of months but dammit bill denied now. I know a lot of people out. There were winning right now in the cause of all MoD. I know a lot of people running but Johnny has got to be careful Jay. Wbz JOCK and while black. It's open game now. Man Just know that mother. Excuse Citizen's arrest just no jogging. Don't fuck and tie your shoe up or nothing like that. Don't fucking look in house because somebody GonNa try to Rob Somebody Your Dick. You'd be doing some kind of Shit so be careful out there. Y'All jogging while black. Be careful I mean dishes got fucking stop man for justice system and Yati do your fucking jobs man. I mean doesn't matter man. I mean the guy was going through a fucking vacant house. Yeah sure I would have done some things differently first of all. I wouldn't have thought with the motherfuckers because I would have no way that there was one that shoot my ass out of fucking took off our did something. That's one thing I wouldn't do it. I would not have thought would know motherfuckers got a rifle. I would let it got like that. I would have pulled the motherfucking same boat and got the fuck outta their nick. Zine catching me. I would have got to live another day. You Know Y'all out there you can get a lot of pride stop out of cops and Shit is fucking pride man. Well of stop you shit. Swallow your pride man. Just fucking. Don't try to resist. Don't try to do anything man. Don't try to fuck and show off in front of them. Just fucking listen to what they just go on. I mean it sucks though. But that's what we gotta do man. We just got fucking swallow our pride man and keep it going. Keep it moving live another day. Go See your family. Explain to your family what happened. Don't fuck and try to fight with these mother fuckers so everybody out there matches be careful. Careful what you do math. Think think before you act man onto the next I tell. I can't Chanel longer this motherfucker Takashi nine man fucking shit this Nigga right here just a right here just think it just got Outta Jail. Pretty much broke fucking Youtube. Just broke. Shit broke fucking. Id Live just thinking just breaking all Kinda Shit right now. He tested shaded breaks pretty much. That can be a good or a bad thing. You know what I'm saying. Can't he don't to do now? You can't hit on the guy. Takashi Neverland to shit never heard one of his motherfucker songs. It's just not my style music. Nothing Saga but it's fucking entertaining crazy right. First of all Takashi six nine go by US motherfucker Japanese this thing a name is Daniel Hernandez right there confuse you entertain you board already. Fucking Mexican do name Takashi Point Takashi right so this motherfucker was a had a two year sentence. You know was released early. Seventeen months you know. He was in jail for racketeering. Drug charges Weapons and all that shit you know but the remainder vicinity is supposed to be under house arrest especially low. She liked that and apparently he got out early. I think some people that it was due to do to the krona in his asthma. Like a man. Let's at the guy out early dose and he might get krona because he has asthma but we are no asthma my ass. I'm not saying you don't have asthma. Him Talk about the conditions on he was let loose. So basically try to give you a little history. 'cause I'm trying to. I'm trying not to jump to what I want to jump to give you a little history. So apparently on his homeys nine travelers again. Basically right he threw all under rig not a bus. For you right he was wiretapping If it was like a childhood playground game. That's how much wiretapping. What the fuck is what? Do wire-tapping you've figured out a lot of shit figured out. Who was and who wasn't so basically everybody started calling more focused. Niche Rats Niche fucking dog mouse. Whatever the fuck you WANNA call it. Snitch herbs called net right. He ran on his home. He's not ship. Wiretapped him through everybody Jill automobile because in jail dozen years twenty years here eight years there everybody almost like what the tail but at the same time to fuck his ass up at the same time he found out some shit you try to get some Daryl your Hamis but at the same time they see some sheeting was happening. You know it's like you get wiretap and Shit and you listen to the conversation you don't WanNa let homeys know that they can wiretap but you hear some shit you don't want to hear and it's like you can't be. Damn Nigga say Shit because he you know to them you can't let them know that they'd be a wiretap. You gotTa keep your mouth shut. I can see that right now. Tassie listen to the conversations shit off like yeah Nigga Fuck your wife. What Your Baby Mama. You know he got to listen to this shit not see God damn thing you don't want to you don't want to slip out. The he getting wiretapped does funniest Fox so anyways Kashi pretty much found out that his home shit close homeys lawyer home I guess in the gang gang world actually any kind of world. It's not just gangs. Anybody loyalties were allies. That that's just but gangs loyalty is a little different Derek. Because they don't have family cell by gangs. I guess apparently people from his crew somebody. Oh do I go get all into the fucking history but dude fuck was fucking his baby Mama. Somebody stole millions from him kidnap his ASS. Beat his ass down out of shipment. These things are getting wiretap. What are you doing this ship so he pretty much had to go to all this. She had known that they were doing shit man. That's kind of hard. You GotTa hold it in because beat your ass and shit kicking around kidnapping you and yet they record it you got to be sitting in the back of the truck be like all these things. Don't kill me they'll kill me Wiretapping motherfuckers. Don't kill me. So you got Gusto. Got Guts so basically then they fought fire. Fire for Ni- here colorful hair color. That's what I was thinking. Hey you did me like that. I'm GONNA do yo ass like that all right now so you a little bit body so pretty much nick out right now right so he just opened Pandora's box twice fold distinctive systems. Homeys read it all that bullshit. This thing is out right now eh. He's fucking bragging. I don't know if he's trying to change the definition loyalty come up with his own terms and ship. This league is going right now bobby in Iraq and I guess some people out there are kind of like you know kind of like yeah made he did fuck you up. I would have did the same thing. You know all this other bullshit you to go and the funny thing is he's not in witness protection program but they moved us around like he is district to get out of jail. His fucking balcony posted a pitcher in motherfucking skittled. Type outfit not knocking it. So we'll get mad facts effects. You know what I'm saying. Don't lie colors. Do not lie just seeing this kind of colorful. I mean you could assault his fucking outfit from Saturn. That's that's pretty much. How flashy it was right. Yeah well he was holding Wada. Fucking money in both hands and in like some kind of yoga pose and try to do some Shit Right. I get it. He's excited forgot. Joe Tom Show people right away that he's winning. You know trying to pull the Charlie Sheen winning and shit like he's winning. We're going back to the Charlie Sheen days now winning do some negative ship but yet you're winning. He did so funny thing is I guess. They moved into the location. But he's not even a witness petition but they moved them around like years though crazy just as glorifying the term rat. Okay so with that being said cash. Okay so I'll tell you right now man. I go handle this dude..
"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"Bother me. If you don't know too much about Kelly or San Diego got a motherfucker place on here called santee California back in a day. There was known for clan. T. people literally called at town clan t because I guess a lot of clans and ship originated Becca today in Santee so they started calling this place clan t right so you know been living in San Diego you not go to Santa every once in a while and Shit but you here. It's like one of them fucking urban ledges and shit you know clan and shit you know you hear the stories on why they call it clan t right. This was back in a date so I got this point to where I started calling the. Santee Clan T. God. I'm I moved here in California. I was like okay I heard about this started clan chip but you know as of Lately Stop. Kony clan t because I go there once in a while and I don't see nothing bad. Nothing happening but now you've got this Coronas Shit folks more mass and shit now out there getting creative with mass and all that Shit right behold you turn on the news. A motherfucker isn't a Klu Klux Klan. Hoodie use it as a mask in a buck and bonds in santee. They just try to get their name back. They're trying to make the name. Relevant again clancy right. This is happened on news. Check it out. Motherfucker santee California. Fucking Klu Klux Klan. Hoodie on he walked around in San in the store. Try to tell them take it off. He didn't as he was shopping but once he got up to the register. I guess he took it off something like that. So got pictures this shit up on social media right so I was like okay. All right clancy is back at it. These mother fuckers been in the woodworks quiet stealth mode. They come back but that day that happened. You know Mike Okay. Maybe that was like one time incident. No Hail not just the other day a motherfucker. I had a swastika. Masol yes sticker on his mass swastika. I don't know if it was theme store but it was. It was in Santee just two terms years. I haven't seen it yet now. Within the last week two times it happened to mask on. Now you've got negative with a swastika on his mask. These these clan is coming out of the woodworks right now. Is Anti dishes like twenty minutes away from me? That's scary ass shit I mean they're brazen I mean fucking swastikas owner. Fuck Mass that motherfucker. I had a hood on with the point in all this shit going through the store but again I think he's daring for black due to come up to citizens arrest wouldn't want to call it then. It would've fucking had an excuse to shoot somebody I think this would ever doing. There are provoking people to stop them. That's what I think but this year already happened twice so santee Johnny fucking get a grip do something because now claire come back out right now no longer santee fucking God damn shame visas. Walk around with masks yachting's in California. You Governors winning. We're calling you. WanNa keep these masks on people. People are getting really creative right now. These of motherfuckers out there. Oh Man I can't wait. I can't wait to see a mass right now somebody got him off fucking get lynched on a fucking mask. They will have a black lynched. I'm looking for that right now. Guarantee something like that. It's going to come out right now about the creative get mask put him off a black donor. Nicot lynched in clan. T- fucking get a grip man. Get a hold of your fucking city. Man is fucking crazy these times. Now you want to destroy. It has to happen now. I mean yeah you know. This little incident happened. Yeah violence it down. We call it a big violence down most because they do a mass shootings and shit like that. You got this little incident right here in which is cool. I rather had this little incident. Fuck shooting up offices and shit so this is cool. This is not really bothering me too much. It's just the fact that I tried to get rid of. Not You know the name and that's coming back out again. These people are doing it. This fucking just ignorant people just ignorant in a sickening but the good thing is you know I like how does she brings brings shit out it brings. It brings the motherfuckers I was dormant hide load. It brings them all right now. So this this sheet is good is good for this brings the ball just like trump. Whatever you call it love monopoly. Whatever but these per mrs or come out of the woodworks so as good because before trump deal because a hidden trump is out trump. Is Our president now focus their embracing it just like coming out of nowhere. Just like Bob Hop pop up white racists so good fucking trump fuck focus out and this. What's happening right now this quarantines bring him out right now viewed racist before you mad. Now you want to go out there you WANNA pop black nude Jay. Wb Giacomo Black. You look for us now so anyway. Let's take care to ship man fucking God Damn Shit going. This disease is here to stay. We know that because Dr Farsi said. Dr Posses everything he does say Shit. We don't we don't know what the fuck is going on but Dr Faucet said it he said hey this disease is here to stay you know with the travels and Shit. That's going on every fucking day. Norfolk's going from country to country bounced around so but the good thing is we gotta get this cure medicine and shit so when do get disease stike boom Bam ticket move on. Do it right onto the next.
"black" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes
"On the list of history's great explorers too often, the names of black men and women have gone missing. Yet weather, striking out on their own or accompanying others. Black explorers and left their mark on land and sea. In even in space. In Fifteen, twenty eight. And African named Esteban was brought to Florida as a slave by Spanish conquistadors. When their expedition fail. The survivors explored the American southwest on foot for almost a decade. Esteban travel well over fifteen thousand miles. He saw Moore of the continent than almost any other people before. Listen incompetent. About four centuries later. Another African American explore. Would be one of the first Westerners to reach the far end of planet earth. Matthew Henson spent most of his adolescence at sea learning how to be a sailor. He was also quite interested in exploration, and found himself connected to Admiral Perry. Who is interested in finding North Pole? Hinson travels with him and they've made to the North Pole. Hinson had incredible skills and was recognized for those skills far later than Perry was. In the twentieth century black. Pioneers boldly explored even more daunting frontiers. In the nineteen eighties, the space program was very popular with the American people, and it became clear that there were no African Americans in the astronaut corps, so there was a push to recruit African Americans and in Nineteen, ninety-three guy in blue for became the first. African American to go into space. The second was Ronald McNair. Flew as a mission specialist in nineteen eighty-four. McNair even played his saxophone onboard. Sadly He died tragically two years later when the Challenger exploded shortly after takeoff. In Nineteen ninety-two another African American astronaut made history. It'll be making her first trip in space today and she's ready to fly. Mae Jemison spent more than a week orbiting Earth becoming the first African American woman in space. The Astronaut Corps something that Swiss considered quite a leap. These three African Americans were accomplished scientists and engineers they had passed through quite a rigorous set of assessments to become the first of their race to go into a place where your skills your intelligence, your courage and your commitment were all that mattered not erase. Contrary to what most of US learned in school? Not all great explorers were white men. These bowl pioneers were only a few of the African. Americans who overcame unimaginable odds and push forward. The boundaries of what is possible for black people.
"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"US House. He has a podcast coming down and asking about you. Yeah that's so good so supportive this is. Let's just say you know you're kind of part of family. Yeah but now I'm cutting What plants hair I have? I have indoor plants flower plants. Quarantine Vipers keeping you busy. So I'm taking care of my plants hair right right right to cut. Brown spots paid them. So I guess Flowers she's cutting plants is that it couldn't hear she couldn't help these plants given bleached their hair dog greens. But I can train that. Would you give them? They're frozen in Perm and I have. I have like a little Afra- looking to pick the weather becoming a browns. I had been cut them. Yeah so looks Kinda Nice. So she's actually looking these plans right now. Trying to figure out hairstyles to these plants eight. Yeah ooh that's part of my job so tell tell the folks how how's your. What about your your your folks. Your parents live in Japan. My Dad and Mom Dad. Same Age seventy three and my sister for A. I can't say it's cool younger than me. She's survived breast cancer. Oh Yeah and she survived Six Year now yeah. She's good c can drink and smark you know what maybe tell them. Monkey you took him. You took Seattle she. We took her would vegas Seattle all it plays your mom or she freaking loves America. Your mom loves America. Eats everything my mom is funny. Remain calm my my Yep she comes here cleaning everything. She's like straight traditional profession or professional Japan. So when her mom comes here is so funny she so little. She comes here in his last week. Yeah that little hunchback always tell her to streator back on the wall so she can straighten that shit out. You want to keep your back crunch like that. That's up to you whenever like eighty but she comes here and she every time she visits she comes here and wake up in the morning and she's cleaning the whole house cleaning. Everything is just so organized. Oh City yes she got some kind of OCD cleanly. She was telling me what the hand what in the hell you cling. Last time all came black. The MOM was saying me forty. The flow was black. I'm sorry my boyfriend's a bright black quiet. This is my house. She workers black criticized. Could criticize would crazy side criticize or criticise everything? She criticizes every think. Oh she's a critic she's everything. Yeah everything that I do everything. She criticized everything. You do Yeah that's that's that's all good mom. Does everything everything. She pointed what I do. Yeah she does. That is so funny. I'm am adult now. You don't have to tell me all this theft you know. She's Asian Japanese strong lady. She did it she did it everything for us everything. Make money and taking care of two kids after. My Dad is crack ahead. Maybe it is not a kid for me on my is Yeah he didn't crack not crack but he was. Yeah yeah that's that's kind of crazy. 'cause you're she trust me out all the time I mean. It's so funny. How after August crooked straighten it out and she get mad at you ask for having a quick rug and they show a shower is pointed at a at a head to push us. Every every morning she puts a shower. He ate in the same spot every single morning. It's just turned to the left. I'll ever Food remember Oh mom. I Lo- my lizzy than than she was pissed. So we're on. It's Donald Situation. Johar people listen. This is like say we're quarantining. We're just kicking it here. So hopefully you're guzzler and join our conversation here. We just talk in San so her mom. She's the type kind of traditional were if if she's fed something if she's fit something she makes sure every chrome cranny is off the plate. Like if you leave like a freaking half a teaspoon on a plate she will go nuts or she'll take it off your plate eat it. She makes sure if you have like five plates on a table by people were eating in two people left something on the plates she will grab everything from place to eat them because in fact she don't want these nothing left you know she's a human bad Q. Yes she exactly. She's a human vacuum yet dyson baby. She's like a dyson. She's like a dicey sluggish all. The food is really good but she's so little. She is so small she Japanese so she came here one day so I cooked her. Some grits eggs bacon and stuff like that. You know some black food southern food where you want to call it. She loved grits. She loves BACON EGGS AND THEN. I think I didn't finish my plane. She was like. Oh you didn't finish. You're not gonNA finish. I'll take it. I'll take it. I'll take an eight. Just suck it all up. She will not leave. Nothing on the table was your mom. I just love her. She's is is nice so you yes to you. Yes she's back to me is you've got to eat only have to eat. She make me forced to do this. And then doughnuts like a two days old donuts. We about to throw that in a trash. What what yes. Oh it's crazy 'cause you know her. Mom is like Boston doughnuts and her mom. I think it was like three days pass in that second day the second day day but not at the donors dinner for a long time. They were just sitting here. It was a long. Maybe yeah we said like three days about three days and But everybody knows today's maybe you don't keep first of all you don't keep doing what I eat now. If you get some fresh donuts one day you're not gonNA keep until two days later. That just doesn't happen but we had it on the table in a box and was about to trash it but mom before before I trust and she cut me cut me. You Kasan what you could sound like this. This is eat still your mom. This is too old or three days. All we not gonNA offer. You got pissed I can. I can buy fresh ones Nunu. You don't waste your money. Yeah yes she got mad as hell she was well. She didn't get mad she would just like she was because I wanted to throw them away. I was going away but she. She refused to listen people. She refused always some old ads. Donuts she was not going to let us throw them away. She's GonNa eat them stale ass doughnuts after three days soon she was gonna eat them to tone of C. Refuse anything away because you like a human vacuum like we said before she was not gonNa go to pass and I feel bad because I was like maybe bathrooms. Dodos the help she go to the bathroom. I was GONNA throw them out quick but right behind me. I couldn't do that. She was leaving right behind me. Make sure you know I'm not GonNa you know Trust those old as doughnuts and Al Khaimah you know I'm not gonNA eat. And she got she got really upset and then she was eating. Don T was eating. I feel bad and mom. This is not good but she's a And just eating yeah. That's that's that's that's but lever in Yoji sign. He's a Mile John. He's in Japan. So he's he hasn't made her yet. We're trying to get him here sometime. You know we'll get America's he you know He. He wants me to always go to Japan but I can't. I can't be hitting Japan every week. I just don't like flying so I can't just hit Japan. My Dad hates me either. He's just like me. If you ask people come here. I ain't going there so we just we just come here with a boat. Yeah Yeah what thirty days. Today's food thirty days. Time on a boat baby. You saw good you on a boat to celebrate the boat shoot. I'll do that. I'll take a Miller Japan. I don't like flying either. You know. Take a boat saw good. We can meet halfway. We beat on boats. We can meet or beat the middle up in Hawaii. Yeah so yes some like that. Put a yeah so anyway. My Dad is funny. He's he's thinks as a committee and he's got the thing about the thing about your dad our birthdays. We're all leaders. We are all levers folks. It's funny you maybe tell him for. Your sister's says birthday October Eighth October six on September twenty fifth my son's Dad. He's libra to September twenty. Four I got a lot of a Libra Zahran me. I don't know why so they make me not sometimes so that's kind funny but we so damn so your ex. He's a lever lever. So what the hell you caught me. Unbeliever the hey now and my dad and my sister has lieber all Lebron's leaving the hazy but with quarantine time baby. I'm glad that I have all the free time right right because I was so busy. I didn't have time to work out. Dude S. We the book like animal stuff to do so side didn't have time while. I'm working at a Hassle. Right so was hours talked thinking about myself. I need a long vacation was like in my head. Like twenty twenty. They he comes Corentin. I guess my wish is complete. I guess Kinda. We're in a weird way. Though in a weird way the krona virus happened but it was a well needed break for you. Yeah we'll need to break yet because since I've known you since you've been like a workaholic like even though you could take off anytime you want to you just don't you refuse to. Emma was taking cab clients because your clients like book like four months ahead. So it's Kinda hard for you to just take time off whenever you gotTa do it. Four months in advance or whatever but yet it's a quarantine is actually doing good for you. It's benefiting you because you needed arrest. You needed time off now. This is good. You're you're having time off your waking up every day you're confusing. You're crazy to a little bit because you're you're a money bomb. California San Diego started March Twentieth. Saw This is about what twenty six twenty two days? Yes and since I shouldn't have a makeup on says March twentieth shoes on the what two and a half weeks and then I put the makeup on After twenty days right right right right and that I endure all I Lina had to. I had to allays a couple of times to Redo my makeup. I don't really woody ten minutes runway. Seven minutes ten minutes makeup down by. Oh My Gosh. I took like twenty minutes to get right makeup. Yes so I ended a whole makeup and I. I have to cover a whole like more than half of my face with a mask. Yeah and either have time to. I had to put full makeup right right right. So people are listening she sees. Are you listening money? I last had to put makeup on and I know this happened to a lot of people out there because this is an everyday thing. Now you wake up like me baby. I've been wearing the same pants for like last twenty days. I don't think I've what's what's actually sweat pants. And A T shirt off. That's that's that's my. That's my Goddamn sweatpants baby pajamas. Whatever whatever then that's it that's all aware everyday so it's funny how you say that. So she said she doesn't put makeup on and when it was finally time to go out she puts makeup on. She's actually losing her skills or she forgot to put makeup eyeliner or she don't know how or is kind of weird crazy way friends and I were talking about on Goop tat and all my Gosh. I lost jaw eyeliner right and then she said Oh my gosh yeah funny thing. You know The yesterday She was putting I browse right. Have eyebrows has to. She has to draw eyebrows everyday to walk right right right right. She she lost to you had to do it. Yeah but you did a pretty good job though whenever I saw your when you did. Islander is pretty good. It took twenty minutes. Took like seven minutes or all makeup seven ten minutes down. You know every morning before I go to work but like the double of that time. And Oh my gosh I gotta but that's good though because some people are so used to wear makeup clunk up every day like two inches of makeup on every day and in now they're having Dir. They're realizing that they don't eat all that makeup you know..
"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"Yeah Yeah yeah which is different now. We like to call a variety of nothing but comedy. Yeah so pretty much. What we'RE GONNA do is turn your pc into a non pc talking about sensitive topics. If you know what I mean. Those that are making America. Soft again yeah. We're GONNA. We're GONNA have interrogation sketches done up like radio style shows back in the fifties with narration and sound effects. There'd be sat in a series. So you're not gonNA WANNA Miss Not one. You know what we're covering all spectrums we're not just GONNA be one-sided podcast for comedy is make you uncomfortable. We're not doing our jobs and just remember. Don't ever take a serious. It's comedy could see. Joe was welcome to another episode of the Black Ones Yet as quarantine one of our skyrocketing screwed up right now so you notice that I usually do my episodes with Steven Michaels Aka Robert from our show. The black bones corentin man got stuck at home. So yeah I gotta go solo man. My boys die here. Stephen is not here SME- Gel so anyway so first of all I WANNA say yo. Yo crazy out there. Make sure you stay safe. Stay indoors day the fuck at home understanding. Stay at home. Wash hands were you may ask toilet. Paper don't know what the fuck do whatever you want to do with that. But make sure you just stay the fuck at home even if you think that you will never catch it is just a matter of fact that you don't. WanNa pass it to somebody else over folks who were passing away every single day and a black people yes. I'm talking US black people as black folk the corona as really hitting us. What do you call it the hype pretensions to the diabetes? All that shit man. The Cronin's is like yeah. I'm GONNA crush on the black folks now. So the chromosome right now. Chronic illness right now man people to know that Shit so yo. Please start eating healthy. Do we gotta do cut the grease cut whatever whatever it is is going. Oh man the hypertension get away from the salt. Whatever it is man just to this little breaking krona virus gets over please but this is Bush. Podcast 'cause going here. Steve is dot here. So you know I gotta I gotTa do this by myself but Yao got to have a special guest today or she's not really a special guest she's only only guests stuck in court team. Milady. Europe said she's only guess. I can't go out there and we TAP Bellotti else you've Dell so she's the building. We're GONNA do some things today. She GonNa Talk to. Y'All today because we better do protecting the house every single day you know. Hopefully you all enjoy a mob justice. Can you hear me yes? We can just test. We can hear you perfectly. This is Ari his lady. Yeah She hasn't been on podcast. She's really used to podcasts. Or anything like that. Matter of fact she don't like to get out in the opening like that and do that and just store shit out there like that. You know what I'm saying. Is this usually me Steven? Thank you know we interested we guessing shit that expect this but right now. I'm throwing her on a bus. She has no idea what the hell's going on. I just want to you know. Just somebody to talk to. We're bored quarantine life. You know what I'm saying so so remember until the terabyte what you do would you like to do? I'm cooking now. Clean the house. No that's that's what you do. Now what's your profession? Though my proficient first of all tell him what's your ethnicity. I'm Jay Jay Jay. Jay Jay Jay Japan Okinawa Japan from Okinawa Okay which is another. It's what can I was in Small Island Island off the coast of Japan Hawaii. Right right nice Sunday ago. Okay okay so what are you? Are you Japanese Okinawan? With what do you prefer? Jeopardy's Okinawan or is it Okinawan or Japanese or is it all one Like a Chinese and Taiwanese you know Taiwanese proof who say. I'm Tony's in Chinese prefer MTA knees so Go with getting along. So you're so you're Okinawan. Yes very interesting. Which already knew that? But they don't know it You know so I'll see you open our import it. So what's the difference between Okinawans and Japanese? I'm sure if I want to hear that. We festival or dialogue Order Dialogue we speak Japanese. But we have Okinawan dialogue. Oh Sodi sliding Taco people don't understand what we are saying. Language Emmy Okinawan dialogue like black. You've got proper black ghetto black so the language is different. Dialect is different different. Parts of the country. Different parts of State. Wherever you go different hoods but still black though but different dialects. You Speak Hood Report Paul Purple There's no I said black. No not produce POPO black and purple back now okay. So y'all y'all right now. Y'All getting a little bit of Some Japanese dose Milady. We've been together like twelve years. Thirteen thirteen years somewhere runner. Yeah Corentin time. We forgot kidney by. Keep track of the days. Today's Friday. Oh or you just raised in Okinawa. Have you been all over the place or what? Sei visited Tokyo or Saka Shapur. Maybe should we talk? Oh Shit Roger Coup. Yeah no south suburbs when we call it but yeah so for you out. There don't know myself was raised in Japan. Ten years you down speaking of Japanese you had been there for ten years minute bus. No what no I know. I know the I know the street language. I can get street with Japanese. You don't saying I was there for ten years but I mean we're spoiled with high school kids but we wasn't trying to learn Japanese time because we're spoiled the train stations signs everywhere signs American. Everything's in English so you don't have to know Japanese. You know what I'm saying. So I know that sporadic jeopardy. She's like the basics. Don't when it got though wishy don't things like that and I know a few nasty words owed by a.
"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"Work Ethic is all about being perfect perfecting the system. That's how I kept hearing these past two days. where he was just wanted to work and it just you know some people got to go out and have dinner every night and oddest stuff? That had the little team chemistry but Koby somehow did it without it. Definitely doing that even though he never did it. But it's just that wasn't his mindset his mindset was not the movie theater and watch a movie afterwards that's not his mindset mindset. You know and so but yeah met over the years you know him and Kobe had the little. You know little beef everything but they you know check everybody they realize that. Hey Man we got a squash that she'd do wherever it was gone so now shack is like a fucking uncle shit that the kids and everything man. No he is crazy so his post and he's he called himself up or niece Yup. GD was his niece. Coppola related related. was his brother. Do Yeah Yeah and it's just crazy so you saw checks Son Dude. Kobe sent him a text before his before the crash. Yes Kobe Kobe. Son Son checks on a text before a few hours before the crash and talk about what's up fam- and I guess Kobe's Check son responded ended but Koby respond. No it's crazy to colby was reaching reaching out the checks and then man. That's how close they were dude and check you know so. Oh I saw that video of Lebron coming off the plane. He was his Ballin movies as Christ. Yeah man and I saw were and he just beat his record. uh-huh Lebron just out in crazy fucking damn his daughter too. Many you see the pitches were him and his daughter was at the courtside here on giving each other vices and stuff you you know that reminds me of me and my little kid when I was growing up with her. You know what take you got you gotta you. He was all about his kids. Man Nelson Cruz like I said. Don't don't don't take life for granted especially if you have kids you know it's it I mean I don't want to sound morbid or whatever but you know they died together. Yeah they ed together and having together. That's a good thing but you know people out there if you got kids or whatever don't don't take. Your kids were granted because I don't take for granted you never know what's GonNa Happen in Dude. I don't I don't know man if if there's been somebody's on such a pedestal that passed away like this us all the NBA greats. Nobody this is like I think this is like the first time that somebody from MBA has passed away. Like I mean you've got what pathway known if he's like sixty six does I'm saying saying no. It was a fortunate accident that everybody's like Whoa. He died too young at forty one. He died too young at unfortunately. That's why it's it's exploding. So huge you just like Whoa. He should still be here should never happen and he should still be here but that was key. I didn't know he was fine. Like that man everyday everywhere he go. They say he wouldn't have topped her. That that helicopter Alexander helicopter. Yeah he everyday like instead of getting a two hour traffic just fly. Right above does in when I was in Newport beach a few months ago and We were stained stained somewhere and one of my friends or one of my friends. Friends said Oh yes he that house over there that's Kobe. Bryant's MOM's house. Oh Shit on a hill bill in Newport beach it was a fucking mansion in your fucking mom a mansion house but I guess he liked lived right there like like. Ah He lives in New York so he bought a house for her for his mom in Newport beach. Wow and he lived in Newport beach so what he did was fly from the Halacha or with the helicopter cupper from Newport beach over the ocean towards Social I'm sure to hear like a helicopter pad their pad on it. I'm sure he did do but I've ever his mom never ever. They're never like publicized. Their pro low provia. Yeah Yeah because I'm like Damn knows. I forgot. MOM bought him no. She had mentioned enchant. No she's overlooking the ocean and everything I was like you gotta be kidding. Me took care of so many fucking days that he'd done all the things he don't like WNBA women's basketball. He would just such an advocate dude of all that man of sports dude at an Internet. So we're like people just called on him like like if if you're an MP if you'd like a rookie coming into league and just WanNa talk to. Kobe keep like yeah give you advice easy. Just call me. Hey Man. I'm here if you WANNA practice. He flat their practice. which you those uh-huh public appearances at gymnasiums for all the all the girls all the little boys all the kids I just want to play play basketball? Yeah you know. And he's like you know I'll I'll show you. The funny thing is like a lot of people would never met this guy and he's touch so many people do. I saw people in new study at the Brian Gymnasium. The lady that She's a counselor. She works at the gym or something like that and and asked her on the news. You know have you ever met Kobe. Bryant she's like no met them but she's she was teary I do she was on news. Teary eyed not ever met the guy in but as his Jim in. She works at the gym but she'd never met him but just what he's done. Yeah what he's done touched. It's just what he's done man. You know we lost is a good guy and we lost a good guy. It's time to celebrate man. Thomas celebrate Kobe's life man. Kobe yell this for you. Baby this podcast is for. Oh you and Oh forget about the other lives lost to. Yeah we'RE GONNA end on this note we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA end it you know on and a guy to touch lives inspirational so much advice touch so many people in a positive way so if you out there like I say man Dan just you gotTa keep moving on live your life. You know God bless you Kobe miss you. The families again our hearts to your families and everybody was involved. I mean there's so many families have been touched by this tragedy and it's it's unfortunate and you gotta keep living people no matter what keep on living because like I say you never know your life can be snatched from you heartbeat. So just and that's the sad thing that's that's not. The sad thing is a scary thing. Keep on living because you don't know when the last last time you're going to see that one person you're going back. Oh No I wish I could say this or I wish I mean it's it's so random but but you know like I say man Kobe. You're in a better place in the families. That also adheres along with everybody. You're all in a better place and I know you're up there looking down like damn. I didn't know I touched that many people you guys did you know. Get things right in your lives out there get things right. You know not good spiritual but get things right. You know what you gotta do make things right jaw. You don't WanNa have to die and things are left undone all right. 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"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"They're so bummed yet. I'm sure they have. You've got the Brian Gymnasium. And you know there's really. It's brisk called the Bryant Gymnasium Dude. I didn't know that. Yeah I mean they had like a little vigil and stuff like got at the high school man okay again. I'm get deep right here right. It's like okay. You had to challenge her in ninety-six Right Challenger. It's like man with a fucker damn space shuttle blown up and shit. What the fuck you remember? Do you remember where you was when that Challenger I was in junior high we were all watching on TV too as you overseas Japan Japan. Yeah I would just just like what the fuck is this even happening like didn't really hit me right now. I remember why is sitting there and we just look at each other or like my classmates asked me if I was like. I couldn't believe how do you can you. I mean back then you can say what the focus happened with. I was like Whoa just disappeared. It's just disappear a quick couple seconds but it was such. It was such a significant part of our lives for something first teacher. Yeah it was a lot of I on. Ah Yes a lot of shit on that flight right. WHO's an Asian astronaut? There was a African American. Yes or not a teacher. I think that was the teacher right. The teacher yeah there were a lot of I that we're going to happen. And unfortunately the first shuttle explosion. Okay so you got you got that right so then what what happens. In Ninety six to Puck dies right ten would follow my dates here. So that's ninety six ninety six to ninety six and do you remember where he wasn't too died. I was when ninety six hours a single state and I heard that issue. I didn't notice shit. I went to Davis and then state Oh. SDS Yes you did. Yeah my known you for fifteen years and I know that she had no yeah I went to state and then I transferred to or I went to Davis and Oh so you was in college when Dot Yes and I was like Whoa. He gets shot. That's when we got an vegas. Yeah I was like okay. This dude is invincible because to Boston shop before for member he's been shot before an elevator. That's always a shopping. I forgot about this. I thought he couldn't be killed at periods. So what if he got shot in Vegas audits is going. He's he's GonNa pull out. You can pull out of it and do. The funding is back back. In the day there was no fucking twitter wasn't like instagram. And not like social no social like you gotta think. How'd you get the information you know? This wasn't no twitter. Nothing no social media and when I was at work when when I found out to Putin di do ours couldn't finish work. I was crying at my work station. I was just like hit. You hit me so hard like that's the first time I'm something hidden. That was the first time to something. Hit me that hard when I even know the guy never met the guy in person at all and it's just personally the emotional regardless how carried his life is just do touch me lies with music and everything else right the things that he's been through right okay so does ninety six so MJ. Two thousand nine thousand nine. So let's go about thirteen years twelve years later. That's MJ right. So it's like okay. Here we go fucking. MJ passes young fifty fifty fifty fifty one years old whatever he dies way who. MJ Jackson. Dude Oh what the hell okay. Okay so in two thousand nine Michael Jackson dies right so when he died is like that was. That was a mess. Here we go with me. He was everybody was he's like it was Dow was man that was horrifying Doodo so everywhere around the courthouse or around his home. I was watching videos. Do Globally everywhere. Were you go people just walking outside this crying this dude. That was a mess when he died. Yeah right okay. Let's go to two thousand twenty Kobe. So so do this is a pattern. Is like every pre contended thirteen years. Somebody's so significant that touch billions of people cherishes early. Yeah including Martin Luther King and all that stuff to like Martin Luther King died early heat. Free can change the whole freaking. I read on. You know what I'm saying. No I did some research on him. I was like well. I can't believe that's how he got killed. Yes seriously I mean I I do. I love history. I love right American history exactly and MLK was at a couple of weeks ago. Yup Martin Luther decides what the Hell happened with Al Happen. Do he plugged in the face. Of course he got he got on a balcony across no across. He wasn't even he wasn't even doing a speech. Yeah Houston he was just hanging out Yup young and some some white dude fuck and just shoot him. Yeah exactly but but the point is they're young in one day is like when they create this movement they have influence influence the amount of influence. It's like they were thinking they're they're doing all of a sudden it's like wait. What but see uh-huh okay? I like this is like a spiritual level here so I'm going deep because of the fact that these people cherish the create some type type of love that that that's been needed you follow me like when to poke died the rap game was going each other's throats and shit bloods and crips and oddest. Everybody's going at it left and right to pack and Big Day chain people came together. You don't say. MJ died fucking the music groups. Everybody came together. Say Hey it's time to do this and time to get away from this. Yeah Kobe died is like is time. There's going to be change. There's GonNa be a change a big change because he's here to create. That changed as needed for America was going down to two so now everybody right now is coming together. For some reason at disc- time was needed. This is the time to the AN. Unfortunately Kobe isn't here is here. And he's the guy that's like okay. Kobe digit job. I told the videos of staple center and so many fucking people their holy smokes really even even agreement due to grandma's grandma's going on man. Yeah we'll see we'll know I was watching the grammy's and they WanNa make you know th they weren't it was kind of like like a hit or miss with some of the people and there's like I don't want to talk about this I do about. I don't know how now do now. I bought no listen where he can with that first of all when Kobe pass the grammy's wanted to be all about. Kobe was the first thing those the free I wasn't like a hit or miss it which is cleaner. No no no no no. I meant leader like no. They made like I didn't even watch it but I saw like the beginning. It was like a huge right memorium yeah they had to change things up but for the moment they had to chase them things up and stuff like that but yeah but but the the funny thing is like I was watching the grammy's all do I was so down and out all the dude I could move off the couch and and and it's like when I saw two grammys. That's all I thought about was Kobe. That's all I thought about. Even they did a little nipsy. The nipsy nipsy hustle and Nipsy but Kobe was on and he just on a different pedestal. Man He's on different planets eh pedestal. Did you guys know Koby Mix. Because unfortunately the grammy's wasn't. It was all about Kobe yesterday. You know what I'm saying. Even though the game is happening people are outside. Not about the grammys. Their us how to buy Kobe. That's what I'm saying. That's my point. That was my bike. Oh my gosh nobody. Outside was well. Sorry people a smorgasbord of of Kobe fans and music fans so it was so so the intermingled and it was cool right. It was it was going to be honest with you man and I don't know if I'm ever going to watch basketball game the same because every time I see a fucking every time I see a game right now. Kobe is going to be right there in my mind every time I see a game. Now I'm not GonNa like it does not matter. Every time I see a game. He's going to be right there. And I'm I'm sorry it's it's sad to say and notice suspect to Lebron the Jordan's and all of them but Kobe. He's my goat copious my goat hall time. He's he's always been my greatest He's on he's on E.. All everybody's doing all these little comparisons to him but he he was mine man because you know we have so much in common. You know what I'm San so he's he's my goat in. He will always be my goat so but hopefully man like say it'd be watched Bosco. Take Awhile discipline. Take a minute this is GonNa take take a minute. The frigging Soak in because ups is going to take a while to soak in. It's not going to be a minute. He's GonNa be a while. Yeah it's GonNa be like I can't believe he's here he's here sure I can't believe he's not here. Yeah I mean it's it's going to be crazy. High can't believe he's not here in. I mean that's the whole thing like really really do your only forty one and your daughter and Lega said those. y'All I'm GonNa tell you right now. Man You mother fuckers out there man. I don't mean to call you mother fuckers but you inconsiderate motherfuckers. There's people out there man you know they're bringing up his past right there idiots man online. There's people actually wishing death upon him what he got because it incident to happen Colorado. Aw fucking manning okay so get a fucking life. Yeah so there's actually people saying he got what he deserved dude. What that was? That was ninety six ninety nine early long fucking time of year but really and people are like. Oh well finally do you mow what do you mean. Finally it fucking took twenty years or fifteen years when fucking finally they act like him fucking fucks they act like he killed like thousand people in ship at fifty two. I mean people you know everybody has mistakes. You know what I'm saying. You know life is life fortunate that he was on TV. Yes this shit happens. All at the time had people that you don't even fucking know every because he was a fucking celebrity. Now you fucking hate him. How the other people that you don't fuck in here that are fucking can cheating on our wives or whatever that situation was you don't hear about them? Okay so check yourself so so rapper. What's the day Michael? Michael rapaport right nights. So he He I saw on his twitter where he put up. A this fucking comedian. I forgot his name. Sharieff some kind of comedian. He did like a little fucking video of himself talking about. Oh Kobe desperate you got you know you did this you got that Oh fuck you know. He's he's blasphemy and Colby. What Yeah Dude? He recorded himself in Michael Rapaport. Put that shit on his twitter was like y'all need to do something with the dude right now. I wish I don't wish doesn't fucking comedian. They don't wish death on anybody. You don't wish death upon hitting me. Yeah this this kind of comedian are you. If you're like I wish he was dead to students crazy. He's a fucking comedian. He had put that shit social media. So yeah man and woman and I guess all social media where somebody else will see you know what he give reaping girl girl noticed may come up really motherfucker dude they act they act like they act like people out there can make mistakes and stuff like that and then in in rebound down from them. Yeah no life shit happens in life and if you die if you die I look at every you have to take take every fucking second of your life. Yeah you have to care about it. What about your family? Yes when me and my family is like every every time I talked to my family members by love you because you don't know if that's going to be a loss and unfortunately for for the for the Bryant family you know. Sorry sorry for Vanessa and the little girls. Yep The three three zero they said you know by dad you know and I hope best a Stephen S. That's a good point. Steve is life is too fragile to ignore..
"black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"The black ones. It's a special one. Yes it's normally. We're all about comedy you all all know that we're still comedy and there's a time and place yes. We still add a little comedy even throughout tragedy but this is a special episode dedicated to Kobe. Bryant the Black Mamba. We lost a great one. This podcast right here just for you Kobe. What we're GONNA do is? We are going to celebrate Kobe. And right now we're going to have a moment of silence before we get started for Kobe. Bryant this is for you baby. Yeah there we go all right first of all nine. Nine people perished I unfortunately coby G G and the other seven past the coaches their wives daughters pilot islet and the pilot right now. They're in a better place. Our condolences go out to them. The families the the pilot he had he was talking to ATC Air Traffic Control and he was talking ATC and you know no he was trying to figure out how to get out of there and everything else and different innovation and no visibility and there you go. Also you heard the Yeah listen to the ATC recording. Oh Okay Oh yeah yeah they had So do you heard polly talking anyway. Yeah Oh yeah yeah so it was due to like weather and stuff like that. He could weather for sure. Oh definitely definitely it was. It was the it was the fog. Yeah currently what that's why the The Gulf term down here in Torrey Pines was was Postponed because that marine layer was coming in right. And Yeah you you call it fog but you know it's the marine the marine layer coming from the ocean for what a mile half a mile off the coast. And you get fog. Yeah and and that's that's that's the unfortunate thing that happened you know. I saw another pilot another pilot that flies helicopters after he was like not no Wayne Hale. was He flying in fog because he knew the weather was bad. So I just I just I just can't understand why inhaled it they go up. They foggy over there he can now. We're GONNA talk about hindsight you know. Yeah hindsight you know you look back and you're just like man. I don't know if we should. It'd be flying Blah Blah Blah. All that stuff and you know you could so many things could have happened. That could have changed this whole situation right. You know what I mean right could change his whole thing. I don't know if they were in a hurry. Or if they were just like you know Yeah we had to be at the the basketball tournament for the Girls Girls Tournament. They were going to a girls basketball tournament. You know but I think they were Kinda early. 'cause they had to beat her. I think it was like twelve thirty or something. Mike at Twelve o'clock in this accident at ten nine like nine forty five cents a crazy. Yeah Yeah Dude. I'm such melot lost wars it. I'm just a loss for fucking words. Moon this is one of these things where you just. You're looking at life's perspective now. It's like how something so quick just like that can. Just you're in. You're you're gone you're gone and it doesn't matter how much money you have or your celebrity status or what you have in life or you can have everything you want on earth in in your life can be snatched in heart just like that just like that just like that gone soap unexpectedly like wow everybody I mean he touched everybody. Everybody globally. Yeah I mean that's right that's right I was not just the. US like worldwide. The lady is not even A. She's not even into sport asking what she fan. She knew. Kobe yeah I mean. Nobody knows that touched her. Yeah I mean I never met the guy. But it's just his his way of life is his killer instinct his duties from overseas dialects. He was the do carry a cell very very well. His Dad played basketball in Italy. He no he knew how to speak. Italian this is crazy duty knew a couple of languages. That's crazy can crazy me His Dad played in the European League. yeah I think. And that's that's and since he was over there overseas jere by the Italians. Doing you wouldn't Or Mona Silences and everything. No that tally the the Italians. Wow Italy yeah Italy the country Italy because they knew that he was there and what kind of influence or how big how influential he was right right and they're just like wait US second. This little kid. He played here basketball. Colby one of the greatest craze basketball players played in are leagues in Italy Dudin. Ironically his dad is his dad is deemed Jelly Jelly Bean. That's a funny thing to you. Know we got the by weight. I think we do what we're doing. Join our we. We're doing his Co. winky dink yes. That's crazy man. But you know dude man. I'm GonNa tell so you do this. The great ones those those ones that touched like centuries of people right their lives are taken at a young age you know for example example. MJ Yeah to pock. Its just people like that man you you understand. Why inhale do they have to go so quick? DOC influential people. Yeah people that people that that care about other people in this Dec- This is kind of deep dude. I I think I'm garishly deep here. I WANNA I WANNA make some jokes but I can't I can't I can't even joking mood. But this is like spiritually man is is do their certain people out there man. It's like they're put on this earth just to touch fucking millions and billions of people. And that's what he did. They do their the job in their done is like he did his job. Man He came here did a job touched billions of people humanitarian. Whatever you WANNA call? He did his job man half of his life this is weird half of his life was NBA. That's isn't that crazy at cray's half of his fucking life was the NBA and the rest was him growing up him going. You know living his normal life as a kid and then four years years after he retired he made a A cartoon about basketball life right fucking. Sorry God God Damn Graham Hatemi Emmy Award No Academy Award. He wins an Oscar for his for his for his project. Yeah every after after he was done so so you got got twenty years happy half of his life right lane basketball pissing me off. Because I'm a Houston Rockets. Fan Guy was so fucking in good and just pissed me off. God bless him and then all of a sudden now. It sucks dude. I don't I'm like uh I didn't think when to Pug died man He was like the first repre cried over. Like a fucking ride. It took me like days to get over that amount to plug died and an and of course. MJ You know it's just an Kobe. I mean dude. It's so funny. How he's how he just touched so many people's lives I mean do? He was on the news all day yesterday. Like twenty four. Seven on every all Janelle and today he still on news all day. I don't even know if he thought I don't even know pizza. He was that influential or that important of a person you know. Because he's done so some you know on a daily basis he do. He does a lot of shit on a daily basis. Yeah and it's just it's just funny. How when you die? Madison of you realize house. How significant deficient this guy? Is You know what I'm saying. Whenever they pass S- crazy man forty one years old? I'M GONNA I'M GONNA put my life to shame. He's done so much much more compared to my life. Well I mean it's I'm not going to agree with that because you don't have to be on a larger scale like he is in still touch. People lives so I'm not gonna I'm not GonNa say that he's you know he's done more than I mean on on a larger scale one. Yeah well like different. Yeah if you because because you can touch people lives in not have money. You know what I'm saying and you can you can have them Become something great by just giving them advice and whatnot and stuff like that. So Dude I remember when fucking Kobe. I wasn't even Laker Fan. I was a Lakers fan. But I wasn't like a die hard Laker Fan. This whenever Jordan was about to retire right and didn't you got Kobe. Coming in. Come into the Lakers. And it's like fuck you know low high school do what the fuck is he gonNA do. You know when I saw that slam destler. I'm Don contest. He was in between legs and just killed. I was like Horn. I never see back then. That was crazy. I've never seen that before. That was crazy. Yeah Yeah I mean you know you got Jordan Dominique anonymous of their loss and unconscious but koby came in here with slightly Dombi. Wilkins became here just like did this as a high school kid head like getting out of high school just like wow then of course you know they suck that first year though but the second year math fucking. Kobe came back like wow and he was he was he was a guard. Lord he wasn't the forty was super huge. He wasn't you know six seven or anything like that. What was he like? Six three sprouting sprouted crowded. But the funny thing about him he had levers he had leaders. But you know things like about Kobe man was he you know. I didn't think nobody can ever take place at Jordan you. You know what I'm saying because I'm Michael Jordan retired I thought the NBA was done. I was like there's nobody that's going to be no better than MJ. Yeah I did not think that or or I don't know about being better than not. Nobody's GonNa be better. MJ But I mean like enjoy the game like India because I don't care if m. g. one line what about entertainment. Yes entertainment entertained. Yeah how entertaining you. He was entertaining. Entertaining Freak is basketball player. A you know Georgia. Oh there you go a freaky key. Back he was nuts. Yeah and it wasn't normal and I was just like come on man I was. I was already preparing myself for when Jordan left. I was just like Ah what am I gonNA do now. Like what am I. Who am I going to watch right? Now that's going to be enjoyable to watch Russia to sit back and eat popcorn. I don't care where they are not and then when Kobe Dude I just noticed that was like this dude is fucking entertaining. I have got I take my eye is gravitating. Do I just hated him. Hitting those threes man. I was like Fuck Doc. Why are you killing my team with those three deaths crazy he? He was US money. He was money to toward like towards the end. It's like okay. We give him the ball. I just give him the ball. We'll get two or three weeks. We'll have two or three. I don't know dude. I became a Lakers fan man and of course shack already on Aaron Him. Next thing you know manages fucking winning championship at the Lower Lower Merion high school. Yeah Philadelphia off the outside Philly Philly Philly you know St you know that high school is just like..
"black" Discussed on Black Mirror Friday
"And when I watched that I was like oh come on now and we researched that and that is not that absurd right so it's kind of. It's kind of the I think for us like that. Big Dark cloud cloud is that. How do you understand things that are coming out of our brain? But we're not brain scientists. Are we right. We're not we're podcasters. That's what we do. Do we just go. Wow Gosh that's smart So couple of things about this so I didn't do a whole lot. What about researching the ability to do that? But it's more like You know this being an extension of something that we already already do so this goes back to. How much of our memories would we willingly give away and so I was reading an article where someone said? Well we already he give and this was from a couple years ago I think twenty seventeen. We already give big tech companies the ability to hang onto our personal information. Our emails are text messages. Are Our pictures. Everything is in the cloud. I mean think about what we give facebook and Google and apple and you know cell phone companies promised Thomas. They won't use our data for evil but they also sell it to advertisers. And we just give it away. I mean I did a DNA test recently recently. So I mean if I ever commit a crime my DNA is like all out there so it's not going to be an issue but it it got me thinking back to. This is sort of off topic but it came to mind. We have a ring doorbell. You know what those are. No the ring is like a lot of people have them especially in my neighborhood. It's like a built in camera attack. Sure I've seen those. Yeah and you know. It's kind of cool. We get to see the deer in the Fox. Come up in our yard in the middle of the night but it's you know it's really just for safety security. Whatever so Halloween Night I? My husband wasn't home so I went out with my son to do trick or treating and I did the thing that I swore I would never do. I put a bowl of candy sandy out. You know what happens when you do that. People here whether stories going so they dumped the whole bowl and their bagging than they. Throw the ball across across the art. That's what always happens right and I was like damn it. I'm not going to let that happen so I put a note by the bowl and said please take up to three pieces. This is and I said and we have a ring. We'll be watching you and I put a little sign up. That said smile while you're on camera and you would not believe how many people would stop and like you saw them fishing in the candy bowl and then they looked up at the sign and then you could hear them saying no. Just take three so I bring this up to say that what we do when no one's looking versus what we do when someone is is very very different and if we knew that we had the ability for anyone to recall what they witnessed missed thinks might be different. It might be better. They might be worse. Might be a whole lot more murders. I don't know I think I think it'd be a little bit of good a a little bit bad with any technology. I think my main concern is that it could be used for evil. That's all I I really don't want anyone in my brain my memories. I mean the thing is I always take that one embarassing moment from twenty years ago and relive it over and over in my head. Nobody else needs to know that. Yep Yeah I live with my own. Shame guilt so I would love some technology. I watched Black Mirror. I think about this. I would love some technology that would would extract those embarrassing horrible moments. Just forget it ran a forget me. Not Pill Yeah that would be. That'd be cool all right well so we like to wrap up the episode with something called our reflection see what we did there reflection mirror okay. Anyway we came up with a rating scale. Three different ratings about an episode. Is it a must see is a good to watch or you could skip it Shannon. Yeah usually we agree. I think aren't that many times. We agree but this put this time. We're GONNA disagree. I think you could get this one. This did not really impress me or affect me too much. This one is a must see for me. ooh That's even higher than I thought you. Yes it's good to watch but it's it just that whole snowball. Oh ball effect of how one thing leads to another and there's just no escaping your own thoughts and there's no escaping technology and it just leads to Abadan no matter what happens. I think it's good food for thought so I'm going to say it's a must see for me. You know what I realized I really. We're backtracking now but we did not mention once in this podcast cast how this episode ends. We did not even touch on that. Which I think is just important to talk about for a moment if we can backtrack okay so as you all know who have watched this okay? She kills everybody. Who possibly could have seen this except or still gets caught because a freaking Guinea pig? Aw Yes yes the Guinea pans in the room with the baby and it turned out the baby was was born blind right which would have no way of knowing but that was just an added irony there exactly and the one thing that I did read someone. Ask Charlie Brooker this saying like well. How do you pro- a Guinea pig and not have him? Just see Cedar shavings in his say like like take me back to that moment in like what smells and sounds can you do. And he pretty much admitted like that's not for me to worry about you. Know I actually read that same article and I think he said that he at that point he was wondering if he was pushing it too far right. I think you might have Charlie Brooker 'cause I angrily silly no I loved it because has because like again with technology there's no escaping it There's no escaping it and there you have it you know what I have a suggestion question for our next episode since no one has suggested anything for US first of all. We're saving earliest favorites for last. But I really think Since this episode is all about perception and what's seen and what isn't seen I'd really like to do season three episode five men against against fire. Okay do you remember this one. The soldiers Yes yes because I I didn't love that one. The first time I watched it and I think L. really like it the second time around. I remember really liking it the first time around. Oh we'll see how this all plays out and it's going to hate it and I'll love did or whatever that's how we roll here. If anyone out there has comments on that episode please get in touch with US Stinger podcast everywhere or call our phone line three one five stink. TV The and we look forward to talking about it next time. I'm Black Mirror Friday by everyone..
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"black" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"This is black agenda radio a weekly hour of African American political thought and action. We'll go to the radio magazine that brings you news commentary and analysis from a black left perspective. I'm Glen forward along with my co-host. Nellie bailey. Coming up South Africa has been under a black political rule for a quarter century, but remains the most unequal society in the world will speak with the author of a book on South Africa's poor people's movements and the investigation into alleged collusion between WikiLeaks the Trump campaign and the Russian government is going into its third year. But there is still no hard evidence of so-called collusion. So what's behind all the anti Russia hysteria? But first, let's celebration of Dr Martin Luther King's birthday is both a national holiday and a. Political institution. But Larry ham, chairman of the people Sorgun station for progress headquartered in Newark, New Jersey points out that Dr king's writings have not been incorporated into the nation's public school curriculums. Well, the irony situation is that this would have been the ninetieth anniversary of Dr king's birthday. With ninety years has his birth would have been ninety years old at live, and we have what about sixty years almost sixty years past his assassination. And the fact of the matter is that for the masses of black people, the inequality discrimination and racial violence that we face at the time Dr king was assassinated in sixty eight we've still played by that today. In fact, when you look at the actual numbers when you look at indicators like income, homeownership job employment and unemployment you see that in many ways, not only are the figures the same. But in some cases, actually in worse condition than we were nineteen sixty eight one of the exceptions, of course, might be the number of African Americans that have been able to achieve college education, which absolutely is connected to the civil rights movement in the passage of the civil rights legislation Civil Rights Act Voting Rights Act higher education at at cetera. So there absolutely are more absolutely relatively more after the marriages and have graduated from college over the last forty years than there were in the previous forty years. But. When we look at the economic situation. It's almost as Dyer's of was if if not more so than the nineteen sixty eight I mean, they're probably in terms of the numbers more black people actually living in poverty today than there were Dr king's day, they are twice as many poor people in general, we know that to be a fat as there were in nineteen sixty eight and I saw statistic the other day that said regarding black and white income that the wealth gap between afternoon Americans and whites that at the current rate of progress, it would take two hundred and eighty years more to close that gap. So I don't have to hundred eighty years to live. So we want to see some change in the near future. We better start fighting keep fighting or testified to fight that. We're engage. Gauged in now, and we should mention there are five or six times as many people in prison largely black as in nineteen sixty eight and that is the most glaring statistic that say in about nineteen sixty six there were one hundred thousand black people in frizzes in the United States today. They're over one point two million. That's a tenfold increase. That's an abomination in the country like this one of the richest countries in the world that we should have so many people living in poverty, so many people in jail so many people homeless and on and on and on. So the fact of the matter is is that Dr king's struggle what he was struggling for continues. And there's an aspect of that struggle. We must place. Greater emphasis on and that aspect is systemic change. Dr king was a refinement the Civil Rights Act was a reformed the Voting Rights Act was reformed the Civil Rights Act of sixty eight also known as their housing those were reforms which helped in some respects to ameliorate the condition of black people, but it didn't fundamentally change our status in this country. And it's certainly didn't abolish the paradigm white super ordination in black sub ordination..