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"black army" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | Last month

"black army" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"King of the que from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue. He calls it the American rescue plan. President elect Biden proposed a pandemic relief measure totaling almost $2 trillion, We will finish the job of getting a total of $2000. Cash relief to people who needed the most. Calling the $600 payment already appropriated, not enough on the covert vaccination effort. He called the current distribution process of dismal failure. I will lay out our vaccination plan. Correct course and meet our goal 100 million shots at the end of my 1st 100 days is the proposal does not include student loan forgiveness. Now in custody. Kevin Seefried, the individual photograph parading around inside the Capitol, brandishing a Confederate flag during last week's assault on the continuing continuing effort to track down and round up those taking part in the insurrection. FBI director Christopher Wray joining the vice president and others in a FEMA conference, saying they've already tracked more than 200 suspects in that Capitol Hill attack. We know who you are, if you're out there On FBI agents were coming to find you. The FBI, the vice president and others reassuring Americans that they'll have enough security to prevent another attack and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington A judge in Prince George's County, Maryland, outside Washington, D. C. Sentence Sean or Banshee to life in prison for the racially motivated stabbing murder of graduating Black Army second Lieutenant Richard Collins, the third in 2017. The covert tracking project reports on over 3915 deaths in the latest Reporting period. Los Angeles on Friday starts vaccinating one million health care workers at Dodger Stadium. Mayor Eric Garcetti calls it the largest logistical undertaking that I've ever seen in my lifetime as an American. It's happening with a startling Lack of clear guidance coming from the Trump Administration. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening.

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"black army" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:56 min | Last month

"black army" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"President elect Biden proposed a pandemic relief measure totaling almost $2 trillion, We will finish the job of getting a total of $2000. Cash relief to people who needed the most. Calling the $600 payment already appropriated, not enough on the covert vaccination effort. He called the current distribution process of dismal failure. I will lay out our vaccination plan. Correct course and meet our goal of 100 million shots. At the end of my 1st 100 days is the proposal does not include student loan forgiveness. Now in custody. Kevin Seefried, the individual photograph parading around inside the Capitol, brandishing a Confederate flag during last week's assault on the continuing continuing effort to track down and round up those taking part in the insurrection. FBI director Christopher Wray joining the vice president and others in a FEMA conference, saying they've already tracked more than 200 suspects in that Capitol Hill attack. We know who you are, if you're out there On FBI agents were coming to find you. The FBI, the vice president and others reassuring Americans that they'll have enough security to prevent another attack and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington A judge in Prince George's County, Maryland, outside Washington, D C. Sentence Sean or Banshee to life in prison for the racially motivated stabbing murder of graduating black Army second Lieutenant Richard Collins, the third in 2017. The covert tracking project. Reports on over 3915 deaths in the latest reporting period. Los Angeles on Friday starts vaccinating one million health care workers at Dodger Stadium. Mayor Eric Garcetti calls it the largest logistical undertaking that I've ever seen in my lifetime as an American. It's happening with a startling Lack of clear guidance coming from the Trump Administration. You're listening to ABC News he from the W. Y O D 24 hour traffic.

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"black army" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | Last month

"black army" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm Bill Seward from the 24 hour. Ko Phi newsroom a man wanted for killing his ex in Pacoima is dead, Police say. 46 year old Herbert Flores has shot and killed himself in Texas after killing his ex girlfriend in front of their three year old daughter. Wednesday, police were working with the FBI's fugitive task force from L A, and had tracked him down in Arlington, where he was visiting family police say they were closing. And on floor is in Irving, Texas, when he turned the gun on himself. Security camera video shows a man chasing 35 year old Karen Ruiz of the driveway of a home Wednesday and firing a gun before taking off in a car. Flores was also known as Shy boy and had ties to our leader, Atalanta Victor Ville and other cities. Amy King KFC News. Several members of Congress from Southern California have called for the removal of the president. Democratic congresswoman Norma Torres of Ramona says President Trump is unfit for office. But she also says Congress and law enforcement should remain focused on preventing another attack on the inauguration. I think we should always prepare for that, so I don't want any of this. The attention to be taken away from providing security for for what is about to happen on the 20 years. Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu from West Ella's drawn up articles of impeachment and he says on Twitter that he'll be bringing them to the House floor on Monday. And a local hero from World War two has died. Los Angeles native Theodore Lumpkin Jr has died just days before his 101st birthday. Lumpkin was a 21 year old math major at U C L A when he left Westwood to make history with the Tuskegee Airman, the famous All Black Army Air Force Squadron of World War two. Lumpkin return from the war to eventually be hired by the county of L. A. As a social worker. He later launched a career in real estate. But in 2007 Tuskegee Airman Lumpkin received the congressional gold medal the highest honor Congress can bestow.

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"black army" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | Last month

"black army" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And game. I'm Bill Seward from the 24 hour. Ko Phi newsroom a man wanted for killing his ex in Pacoima is dead, Police say 46 year old Herbert Flores has shot and killed himself in Texas after killing his ex girlfriend in front of their three year old daughter Wednesday, police were working with the FBI's fugitive task force from L A, and had tracked him down in Arlington, where he was visiting family police say they were closing in on floor is in Irving, Texas, when he turned the gun on himself. Security camera video shows a man chasing 35 year old Karen Ruiz of the driveway of a home Wednesday and firing a gun before Taking off in a car. Flores was also known as Shy boy and had ties to our leader, Atalanta, Victor Ville and other cities. Amy King K F I News. Several members of Congress from Southern California have called for the removal of the president. Democratic congresswoman Norma Torres of Ramona says President Trump is unfit for office. But she also says Congress and law enforcement should remain focused on preventing another attack on the inauguration. I think we should always prepare for that, so I don't want any of this. The attention to be taken away from providing security for what is about to happen on the 20 years. Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu from west L. A is drawn up articles of impeachment and he says on Twitter that he'll be bringing them to the House floor on Monday. And a local hero from World War two has died. Los Angeles native Theodore Lumpkin Jr has died just days before his 101st birthday. Lumpkin was a 21 year old math major at U C L A when he left Westwood to make history with the Tuskegee Airman, the famous All Black Army Air Force Squadron of World War two. Lumpkin return from the war to eventually be hired by the county of L. A. As a social worker. He later launched a career in real estate. But in 2007 Tuskegee, Airman Lumpkin received the congressional gold medal. Highest honor Congress Convince stow.

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"black army" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | Last month

"black army" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is a handle on the law and let's check in with Layla Muhammed Governor Newsome's proposed budget has gone from a dry ditch to overflowing with a $15 billion surplus. Newsome says the surpluses thanks to tax receipts from top earners in the state, we are not much better fiscal footing than anyone could have imagined even a few months ago, Newsome says Much of the $227 million proposed budget will focus on education, including urgent items such as $2 billion to safely We open our schools for in person. Learning is, um, also once a billion dollars for wildfire preparation that mean more firefighters, yes, least 30. More crews. 15 members per crew and 4.5 billion is set aside for economic recovery, including small business grants. Christen Carl. Okay, if I knew elected leaders from across the state have gathered in Northern California, pushing to reopen businesses across the state. Three day policy conference in Rancho Marietta includes Riverside County Supervisor Jeff He would who says the forum is the chance for people to discuss the other side of the pandemic and the impact on closed businesses? But there's another story going on and what happens when you go ahead and you do lock down to shut down the society or huge swaths of that society, and those damages have been touched on by some, but this kind of gives the whole story. Reopen count. Now we'll include medical experts, economists, epidemiologist, local government officials, law enforcement and small business owners. The pylons into L. A x have been lit up in Dodger blue and white to remember Hall of Famer and former L. A Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda. He died on Thursday night at his home and Fuller 10 from a heart attack. He was 93. Let's order was the Dodgers manager from 1976 to 1996, during which his team's 18 division titles for National League pennants and two World Series championships. A local hero from World War two has died. Los Angeles native Theodore Lumpkin Jr has died just days before his 101st birthday. Lumpkin was a 21 year old math major at U C L A when he left Westwood to make history with the Tuskegee Airman, the famous All Black Army Air Force Squadron of World War two. Lumpkin return from the war to eventually be hired by the county of L. A. As a social worker. He later launched a career in real estate. But in 2007 Tuskegee, Airman Lumpkin received the congressional gold medal the highest honor Congress can bestow on a civilian. Little Seward Ko Phi News. There's a crash.

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"black army" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"black army" Discussed on WTOP

"The attorney general's office alleges that award eight residents request for a disabled parking spot was denied and that award for landlord refused to rent to a resident because of their race. Another suit, Challenges and online ad with a discriminatory statement against would be renters with housing vouchers. Attorney General Karl Racine is seeking injunctions and restitution to those residents. As well as damages, civil penalties and other costs. As totally police departments across our country reexamined their practices. There's a city council in Maryland that's taking a look at all of the city's policies. It's part of an effort to promote equality Buoy City Council members voted to take a deeper look at the effects, Systemic racism and police interaction affect minority communities by the end of the month. We want to make sure that we have the right message really delineate what we stand for, not just as a city, but as a former bully, Police chief John Nesky told Counsel, the department will form a public safety committee to solicit suggestions from the public. The council members will invite members of the community and other community organizations to the special work session. Move follows efforts to reform police departments across the state. In addition to Prince George's county, including Montgomery, Frederick and Howard County's Andrea Camryn W T O P News, a group of Maryland lawmakers in Congress is behind a builder posthumously award The Medal of Honor. Two Maryland World War two veteran Waverly Woodson Junior during the D Day invasion of Normandy. The Black Army medic was severely wounded himself, but he still saved dozens of lives during a 30 hour period before collapsing. Maryland Senator Chris Van Holland says Woodson was denied that award because he was black. No black Americans who served during World War two received the Medal of Honor, and it was not until 1997 that's seven black service members were awarded the Medal of Honor retroactively. By President Clinton..

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"black army" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"black army" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Round number six. A Marine was left with a broken nose after getting into a fight with another man at Walmart in California and Black Friday. The cell phone video shows two men. One Who's an active duty marine and the other is a retired marine and a physical altercation in the Christmas gift wrapping of Walmart. Is there a worst place to be in the world. Then California Walmart with two folks who were marines in a gift wrapping is like. That's out in just that alone deserves to be around like don't do that. What are you doing on black Friday any Walmart within like twenty miles of of a military pace absolute shit show show and this sounds like it? The fight started when one of the Marines responded rudely. You too being bumped by an elderly woman's shopping cart Harto such as they think it was first before we keep going. Who bumped in? Was it the retired person that bumped bumped or was it the active duty. No seventy active duty. Who got bumped into? I'm going to save us. The retired as the retired to like more entitled. He's probably wearing one of those shirts. Like I served the shirts. Yeah it bumped into somebody with away. No he got bumped into an old lady bumped in yes either so beatrice. This is just going about her shopping and loses control of the car and accidentally bumps into someone. You should turn around see that it's an elderly woman and say all right no big deal whatever and move on with your day right. No but that's not what happened and we're saying was it. Was it the active duty marine or the retirement of the lost shit over it. So we're saying it's the old crust or we're saying it's the old crusty. Yeah we're saying the old crusty started it also. We're assuming that this is a guy could be a lady. COULD BE A lady says two men it says two Doumen nevermind had to break them up. And neither of them one of pursued charges against the other a spokesman for Walmart issued the following statement quote. We have measures in place. Police that helped make our black Friday events safe insecure across the country. We are thankful to law enforcement for their quick response of the incident at our Marietta store last Friday Friday and allowing us to have a successful without further interruption. What is Walmart have to issue a statement about that? Yeah like even listed the statement. No one thinks poorly of Walmart because of well well I think party formed their opinions of Walmart. One way or another. That incident didn't suggest that that I mean I'm sure anytime. There's an incident any Walmart. They issue a little statement about it. But like I mean my God. I just wish that I could see it. I wonder when the to realize if they both knew there are marines the instant and maybe not until after the fact. Because they're timeline for all we know could have a big sexy the beard. Oh maybe nice I imagine. He's a corporal has to go back to base that the good kid. This little looney bill to do this I stood it over her. So the next thing you know he's GonNa get a fucking challenge corner. Bet I well. I hope so. I would love to hear if anybody knows who was involved in that incident. Spill that T- once they they realize they're both marines. I'm just picturing the Spiderman me where they're just pointing at one another like right. Oh I also would like to go on record if macron's right kate. Ah If you are an individual who gets into a fight in a walmart or you're the type of individual who gets into a fight at OUTTA stadium you can kick rocks. We don't you in Societe Agassi. You get in a fight at a stadium so I can know it's you're so fired up you get so fired up yes I do too tomorrow on the field I did not start that he pulled me off started by. CBS On that by being on there. There I behave from there I did not instigate and try to start a fight with actually a police officer. It wasn't even the security regard. Let Yeehoo kick rock famous. Part of that story is that day Portnoy tells it like the Secret Service pulled you off. Yeah that story grows each year. I just can't et himself. Wild wild move whatever. Don't get in fights at Walmart or stadiums. Yeah all right. Let's move into some save rounds alibis. Vise will start with you young brand. Do you have anything. Yeah I guess my question of the day is what is the heaviest thing that you ever carried. Why'd you have to carry it? And how far did you have to carry it very good question. That is a good question. Mind would be military working dog Santo. Who weighed about one hundred and twenty eight pounds and I had to carry him up? Some steps have like the slits in the steps or where you could see through. Dogs hate that whenever they could see the the ground in their elevated so either going ships going up certain types of stairs they fucking hate it and I had only been handling for two weeks. took him up these steps. He was not. I'm not trying to go pull it among the car. Nothing I had to pick this big heavy bitch up and take them to the top of some stairs. I'm trying to think it was probably we during training just having to carry. I was like just by default one of the lighter people in my unit and just having to carry big old dudes with their shit on probably what else did I have to drag people. I mean I people count deadweight man. I'm I was GONNA say that was the first for summer I was. I was training and this person just for whatever reason I don't even think this person ended up graduating so it doesn't really matter but this person and just kept falling. We were on a training hike and doing different things during the training. This person did not want to continue so I ended up having to carry that a person through probably three kilometers. I also have a secondary thought the second heaviest thing ever had a drag wag Afghanistan. Dan Three weeks three weeks worth them. Ari finally came spilling out had to drag it over to the burn pit. Got Him all right. What are you guys around? I have a quick one and then a another one quick one I just want to I saw came across the story yesterday yesterday. There's an army football player Maliki Hancock. He's the first army football player in history to branch cyber in the army because brand new branch of the army. But I I wanted to mention him. 'cause I think he's got the best nickname I've heard in a very long time. His teammates and coaches call him Herbie Herbie. I liked that love a good. Yeah Yep good Tommy boy references always welcome then also her. I'm I'm just happy to be here. 'cause I almost died last night. Why so it was around seven thirty PM Macon's yeah? It was around seven thirty PM on Sundays. Depending on the weather my my girlfriend and I will be in the apartment all day if the weather's bad because we won't go out to watch football and throughout the course of the day we'll get a knock on the door for deliveries of food. And what have you so at seven thirty not at. I already finished my dinner in new. She had to and I thought I heard a little knock but then I heard a pounding so it was like well. That's a little aggressive. If that's just the Ben and Jerry's deliveryman man bringing us some dessert I go i. We're GONNA people. It's three firemen. So I opened the door. They said. Hey We got word that there's a gas leak in your apartment apartment and I look around and I see all these candles that are lit and I think this is not good. The firemen walks over turns the KNOB. My roommate girl slash girlfriend had used the stove earlier that day. She left the stove on so there was gas leaking into my apartment with all these candles lit. It's a wonder I I didn't blow up and then I had to call. My buddy was a fireman and I said like how long do I need to keep the windows and doors open so all this gas dissipates and I don't die in my sleep. Holy Shit Yeah so challenge people. How many extra shifts afire wash did you give her? I don't WanNa get into that because that's a sore subject right now. Wow lots of fire watch walk. Hey kids check your knobs so you don't get blown now so that's all I kate. Eight glad you're okay gone skate. Thank you wow why. I'm glad you're OK shoot. I got nothing. That's it for me. I don't really Oh so there was a story that came out this week that this is a song that I think we've played on radio quite a few times. and His name is composer Irving Burji and who. He helped popularize. The Caribbean music and Co wrote the Enduring Harry Belafonte hit. Do you guys didn't say come and me WANNA go goal. So he has died at the age of ninety five at Barbados Independence Day parade. It was announced that he had died but people might not know this he was in one of the. All Black Army battalions during World War Two and use the GI bill funds to pay for his music studies. He studied at Juilliard School of Music and the University Versi of Arizona and the University of Southern California before he went on to sell over a million copies of the Belafonte Album Calypso which had one of the one million gene copies sold. He sold one hundred million records throughout his lifetime. Unbelievable Story Unbelievable Dude Use Your Gi Bill folks. Use Your. Yeah I bill. That's awesome. I would love to hear other cool. Gi Bill Success Stories like that. Yeah reach out to us if you have one. Email conduct conduct sports dot com have. Have you have a GI bill story other than that. Let's sound the retreat with Harry Belafonte classic.

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"black army" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"black army" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The president to determine if he was the Russian asked that after he fired FBI director James call me back in twenty seventeen. Republican congressman Peter King tells Fox News he's shocked if this in fact did happen I've seen and heard this is true with the FBI is absolutely disgraceful. They've been investigating the Trump campaign from the summer of twenty six thousand. Absolutely nothing zero and come up involving President Trump change toll out to the president the reason President Trump told me was combing refused to say that publicly that the president was under investigation. The oldest World War Two veteran in the United States has been laid to rest in Texas USA radio networks. Chris Barnes reports of funeral held Saturday for one hundred twelve year old Richard over to new passed away last month, he toured the South Pacific during the war with his all black army unit and became a corporal governor, Greg Abbott smoke at Overton funeral saying his service exemplified what it means to be part of the greatest generation adding Overton voluntarily enlisted in the army, quote, not insurgent glory or some type of gratitude and not because he was forced to do. So but instead out of a sense of duty for the nation that he loved so much. A Sears bankruptcy auction is being held behind closed doors in New York City to determine the fate of the retailer for USA radio news. I'm timberg. Life insurance is one of those things that just about everybody needs. But few people actually have Diana expectedly without life insurance gas what you'll leave your family with the bigger mass life insurance will help replace your family's income it'll help cover.

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America's Oldest World War II Veteran Has Been Laid to Rest

Investor's Edge

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

America's Oldest World War II Veteran Has Been Laid to Rest

"The oldest World War Two veteran in the United States has been laid to rest in Texas USA's. Chris Barnes reports of funeral held Saturday for one hundred twelve year old Richard over to new passed away last month. He joins us South Pacific during the war with his all black army unit and became a corporal governor, Greg Abbott smoke at Overton funeral saying his service exemplified what it means to be part of the greatest generation adding Overton voluntarily enlisted in the army, quote, not of glory or some type of gratitude and not because he was forced to do. So, but instead out of a sense of duty for the nation that he loved so much

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"black army" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"black army" Discussed on KTRH

"Oh, one our top story while the ticketing insecurity, checkpoint at Houston's George Bush, intercontinental airport closed because of staffing shortages from the government shutdown. The facility is in facilities in terminal b were closed this afternoon and remained closed for the rest of the day passengers leaving from terminal to TSA checkpoints and other terminals flights departing from terminal beer are operating as normal the oldest World War Two veteran in the United States has been laid to rest here in Texas. A funeral was held yesterday for one hundred twelve year old. Richard Overton who passed away last month speaking at the funeral in Austin was governor Greg Abbott said that Overton toured the South Pacific during the war with all the all black army unit and became a tech, corporal, Richard service, where he came forward to serve our country and World War Two shows that he exemplifies what it means to be part of the greatest generation Overton was laid to rest at the Texas State cemetery T. School board is going to get public input to help determine the way forward with failing schools. They met over the weekend to discuss student performance and enrollment in budget. Governor abbot recently said that the state should take over low performing schools, but that the school board's president telling our TV partner channel two she's keeping your focus on the kids. I think if we look at the data. With the current leadership has done data speaks for itself. I think all of the other white noise is politics, and I don't believe in mixing politics with my kids instruction. The.

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"black army" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"black army" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"They're like, yeah. No. When you went to bed I stayed up and I kept playing there was one mission left. And then we and then we would have beaten the whole thing like shit. Okay. So yeah, it's been it's been cool to just come back every week. And for just have something to do almost every day. And you have every Tuesday on reset just be like, all right? There's something new to do. That's I'm sure the player base kind of spikes again like everybody else's coming back to instead of like with the. Warm on Cyrus where it's like, I got the new stuff. Right. Right. That's neat. So you're liking it. Yeah. I it's it's been there's some stuff that's been a little bumpy. I think my biggest problem with black armies that it's been a little lighter on the story stuff than I would liked because what kind of stuff are they adding every week. So the armory is centered around basically this like super like super-secret long lost faction of earth, fat crafted these super powerful weapons to defend against the evil forces and stuff, which is warm on stuff. It's different than the supercomputers. So like, the actual Laura of black army was basically that they were like this this like undies incredible a gunsmiths that made these super powerful weapons, and we're eventually all Blake like just extinguished. Annihilated by bunch of rogue guardians who wanted that power to them. And there are some like insane fallen dude who now wants all of those weapons for himself. So he's gone out. And like scoured all these lost black, armory papers and forges and stuff and is whipping his faction of fall into. To do evil stuff. So what they've been adding every week are, but they forge activties, and they're kind of like a matchmaking therma-tru making activity where you you team up with two other people and basically just dunk orbs lot. Okay. Sure. It's hard to explain. It's a it's a wave base thing. Where you kill you kill these specific enemies that are scattered throughout the environment. And when they when they die they drop like energy orbs, and you have to literally just throw them from across the arena into this giant forge glowing in the middle of what you do. It does bell sound. So it's so cool very destiny to me. It's it's extremely destiny. But it's also like some of the most fun stuff they've done in a while. And like through that like on top of that. There's just been a lot of like just weird puzzle stuff that bungee has been doing around it elaborate a little bit. What's going on with that? Because I read the headlines today. It's just I played it east meadow destiny too. But I'm still just kind of trade to buy head around a little bit. Like what actually happened in following all of it? Okay. Okay. So the The headline. headline. It was basically the short of it. I didn't include any of those basic something like destiny has to reveal the solution to a puzzle or Budgie ass to. So so Tuesday, this this day was supposed to be the release of the fourth and final forge. And that was also supposed to be basically the biggest I guess like story drop of of the deal. See so far, it was going to bring the gold bunch of new quests and all of that. But they didn't budget in like kind of reveal how any of that was going to be like revealed to the players. So what happened is the reset hit on Tuesday? And there was nothing like if you looked on if you looked on your on your map, or whatever there's no milestone, there's nothing then people noticed like oh shit. There's an area at the south of the that just opened. It's an area that you previously go to one mission and otherwise it's just there. And then you there's no there's nothing to do there. But now there's a pass that you can cross and it goes into a mountain, and there's a whole that's in blasted into the mountain, and that leads to bunch of secret tunnels to the secret facility where all of a sudden, there's a boss that you need to defeat and then it triggers a multi-stage puzzle..

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"black army" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"black army" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"They're like, yeah. No. When you went to bed I stayed up and I kept playing there was one mission left. And then we and then we would have beaten the whole thing like shit. Okay. So yeah, it's been it's been cool to just come back every week. And for just have something to do almost every day. And you have every Tuesday on reset just be like, all right? There's something new to do. That's I'm sure the player base kind of spikes again like everybody else's coming back to instead of like with the. Warm on Cyrus where it's like, I got the new stuff. Right. Right. That's neat. So you're liking it. Yeah. I it's it's been there's some stuff that's been a little bumpy. I think my biggest problem with black armies that it's been a little lighter on the story stuff than I would liked because what kind of stuff are they adding every week. So the armory is centered around basically this like super like super-secret long lost faction of earth, fat crafted these super powerful weapons to defend against the evil forces and stuff, which is warm on stuff. It's different than the supercomputers. So like, the actual Laura of black army was basically that they were like this this like undies incredible a gunsmiths that made these super powerful weapons, and we're eventually all Blake like just extinguished. Annihilated by bunch of rogue guardians who wanted that power to them. And there are some like insane fallen dude who now wants all of those weapons for himself. So he's gone out. And like scoured all these lost black, armory papers and forges and stuff and is whipping his faction of fall into. To do evil stuff. So what they've been adding every week are, but they forge activties, and they're kind of like a matchmaking therma-tru making activity where you you team up with two other people and basically just dunk orbs lot. Okay. Sure. It's hard to explain. It's a it's a wave base thing. Where you kill you kill these specific enemies that are scattered throughout the environment. And when they when they die they drop like energy orbs, and you have to literally just throw them from across the arena into this giant forge glowing in the middle of what you do. It does bell sound. So it's so cool very destiny to me. It's it's extremely destiny. But it's also like some of the most fun stuff they've done in a while. And like through that like on top of that. There's just been a lot of like just weird puzzle stuff that bungee has been doing around it elaborate a little bit. What's going on with that? Because I read the headlines today. It's just I played it east meadow destiny too. But I'm still just kind of trade to buy head around a little bit. Like what actually happened in following all of it? Okay. Okay. So the The headline. headline. It was basically the short of it. I didn't include any of those basic something like destiny has to reveal the solution to a puzzle or Budgie ass to. So so Tuesday, this this day was supposed to be the release of the fourth and final forge. And that was also supposed to be basically the biggest I guess like story drop of of the deal. See so far, it was going to bring the gold bunch of new quests and all of that. But they didn't budget in like kind of reveal how any of that was going to be like revealed to the players. So what happened is the reset hit on Tuesday? And there was nothing like if you looked on if you looked on your on your map, or whatever there's no milestone, there's nothing then people noticed like oh shit. There's an area at the south of the that just opened. It's an area that you previously go to one mission and otherwise it's just there. And then you there's no there's nothing to do there. But now there's a pass that you can cross and it goes into a mountain, and there's a whole that's in blasted into the mountain, and that leads to bunch of secret tunnels to the secret facility where all of a sudden, there's a boss that you need to defeat and then it triggers a multi-stage puzzle..

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"black army" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"black army" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Bet you go on because I don't think kid rock's afraid of the view. I'm going to go out there and say that he's not afraid of what do you think producer, Phil? Thank he's terrified of the view. No. He okay. So we did a kid rock concert, and we got his writer. All right. So you guys did for those you don't know what a writer is. You know, you hear the famous things like blue M's and stuff like that these crazy things that people sometimes they just asked stuff his like. His was the easiest he wanted like like like a bunch of of cores lights. Or whatever like beer beer, dude. So that's what he wanted. And he wanted to make sure to the add a bunch of fresh wife beaters if you will for lack of better word. How easy is that? Because you hear about all these guys you want all this crap when it comes to their music, we need this, and I need that. And if you go online and look up some of the crazy stuff that people ask for they want like six trailers their own private dressing room pink, blue, purple Eminem. They don't want. Anybody talked him can't look at them in the face data. Now, here's this. This is what I want. It's pretty basic. It's just pretty, you know, then get an easier than this. This is this is pretty basic three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show is your Twitter. It's saying all of that stuff with kid rock, and what he said, which was childish foolish. I think he was trying to be funny. And like, I don't know joy Behar a few different her opinion. That's fine. Is she a house? Should we say this bitch? I don't know. I don't know like and what what does that constitute? Right. She could be a wonderful human being in person. She I've worked with. People who are like on TV. They look great off screen. They're awful human beings. Right. Has nothing to do with their political views is all to do with them as a human being. Thanks for sure in this country. And as we've been talking about it today as we look back at the life of H W Bush, and we look at what's going on with Trump, and how polarized we are that there are incidents that are happening in this country. And that hates seems to be on the rise. And how real is it hate is on the rise. Especially racial tensions. And and religious engines. Or is it just because of the twenty four hour news cycle and the people news network. You your social media that we're just more aware of it across America, racism and anger once hidden in the shadow? Now pouring out into the light in Santa Monica. A racist. Tirade over a parking space. A message for Muslims in a car in North Dakota. Muslim. Black army veteran targeting and killing white police officers in Dallas a landscaper abused in Los Angeles. Words of hate which seemed to be banished.

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"black army" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"black army" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A Perkins. Face. A message for Muslims in a car in North Dakota. Muslim black army veteran targeting and killing white police officers in Dallas a landscaper abused in Los Angeles. Words of hate, which seemed to be vanished. Now, brandish more and more often. Now, here's my my thing. They were probably said ten years ago. We have a camera now, right? We have twenty four seven access to anything in front of us that we can record and post out into the world where fifteen years ago, it might have been a hundred times worse. But because we can see it. We now think it's everywhere. But the FBI says hold on a second. Chad. You may be wrong. The FBI says in two thousand seventeen hate crimes shot up seventeen percent the motivation for nearly sixty percent of those the government says was race ethnicity or ancestry. Yeah. Yeah. I'm not saying it's not there. But the reporting is is much better. And I think people are looking at things in a much different way. I think everybody everything. Now, they look I four Madison hate crime because somebody did something to somebody is. Well, I think most crime is just hate in general, isn't it? Crimes of passion, this crimes against the Dell effect anybody on their physical side, but theft and things of that nature drug crimes. This is an interesting thing because we're told every day that there's this country is so divided that were all full of hate. And you know, what was the saying that a comic said that, you know. Not all Trump supporters are racist. But all racists are Trump supporters. And when you start out with the narrative like that. It's like oh. Is that the way it is? Now that everything is that way. This guy's name Kim park. It used to be a clansman. You know, and and he's talking about being that kind of member. And he's talking about the the hate world that we live in Ken Parker knows something about the hate that motivated Dylann roof a navy veteran. Parker says he was out of work and without direction, he joined the Ku Klux Klan and later a Neo Nazi group their biggest selling point making him feel. He was important part of a bigger 'cause they were looking at it. As like.

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"black army" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"black army" Discussed on KCRW

"Grace and glory. It is our duty to preserve the civilization. They defended and to protect the peace. They so nobly gave their lives to secure one century ago, but Trump was noticeably absent during at least one key ceremony this weekend. And at times a message from Macron, the host was hard to hear anything. But a direct rebuke to the politics of Donald Trump not hostile to succeed. Spoke about the patriotism of our elders patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. He said nationalism, of course, is a term that Trump has recently embraced to describe his own America, first agenda. Macron's response by saying, our interest, matter and never mind, the others. He said you a race that which is most precious for a nation. It's moral values. Angela Merkel also warned against the rising tide of nationalism peace. She said should not be taken for granted. Here's another bit of World War One history. We wanted to note on the centennial these so-called Senegalese sharpshooters or via Senegal Yeltsin Getty were soldiers from essentially what we're the French colonies, they were also part of what was called the Athol. Meanwhile, the black army they participated in a lot of the battles. There are about one hundred thirty thousand of these. Florenz Vilma knows with the France twenty four network and has been reporting on this bit of history. She told me these soldiers came not just from Senegal, but also from other former French colonies like Mali and Ivory Coast. And that many of them were forced to fight under the French flag during World War One. We often say that the tyrosine again. Or or the forgotten ones because when the colonies became independent, and when the force was dissolved in the nineteen sixties France actually, froze their pensions, and they were no longer considered veterans like other veterans, and it was only in two thousand six so many many years later that they were once again considered veterans and started getting their pensions back again. So what did these fighters actually do during World War One? Well, they fought in all the big battles in World War One. So battle of the some Valda Monday. Damn we often talk about them here in Fresno because they played a really instrumental role in protecting the city of so reams in English. Yeah. Absolutely. And they played an instrumental role in protecting the city from a German troops and many of them died protecting the city, and so there's a a monument that's right near the city of house that pays tribute to the syndicate in. It's a monument. That's actually a couple of years old. I believe it's from two thousand thirteen but he's only just inaugurated by the president, Emmanuel, Mike home. So it seems like Francis trying to make amends and recognized the role that they played. It's interesting though, because as you said earlier flaws, I mean, the Senegalese tiara are the forgotten one. So I mean, why did it take so long for the statue this commemoration to happen for so many troops from the former colonies Senegal and molly's you say to be recognized. Well, I think a lot of it has to do with Francis complicated history with its colonies, I think for a long time. It just didn't want to recognize the role that those soldiers had played we talked about. French soldiers, but they weren't considered French even at the time they were part of of France. So I think France had to come to terms with its own history. Also, I think France was probably ashamed of a lot of the racism that was involved as well. There was kind of a racist connotation with the TI cynically. And I think that that was something that probably just didn't wanna look at straight in the face. But they recently France has been recognizing some we're starting to recognize some of its more controversial chapters of history. Whether it's with the Guinea or also with the Aki so Algerian soldiers that fought alongside France during the Algierian war independent. So progress is being made in terms of recognizing the roles that a lot of these key players played in French history. How much is that part of history the TIVO Senegal in all of this is taught in French schools. You know when I was in school. I don't think we learned that much about it. We spent a lot of time on war one and World War Two. It's it's typically something you learn about in middle school. It's it's kind of like the last two years of middle school, you'll spend one year on World War One and then one year on World War Two, and you learn about it a little bit that being said I haven't been student in a while. I get the impression that these days. They're trying to bring these topics up in schools people that I've been able to talk to whether it's teachers or people who go into into French schools their their main goal is to teach children that were one happened. Because you know, it happened a hundred years ago. So the World War One anniversaries began more than four years ago when World War started and the network you work for France. Twenty four has been doing a series of stories during this time to Mark the centenary. Now, we're at the end of World War One you've done stories about the Senegalese fighters. I'm just curious. How many personal stories have you and your colleagues encountered during your research stuff that you've learned about your own families and what they did during World War. One will one story that I found particularly fascinating that we've been reporting on at Brest twenty four as well. As the the story of what are called the broken faces the good Cassie, which I don't know if you're familiar with this. But it's it's actually people who were disfigured fighters who were disfigured during the war, and they weren't actually considered veterans like other veterans immediately after the war. They didn't get financial help or anything like that. And so they had to band together, and they formed an association and the good say, I mean weren't they walking around wearing masks? Masks to hide just the the disfigurement. They were in fact, since they were considered a valid for manual labor. So they had to go out and try to get jobs, but a lot of them couldn't get hired because people were so scared of them, and they didn't want to hire someone who had a disfigured face in so many of them went to wear masks. And there's a story a think believe it was an American sculptor actually who was in Paris and she made masks for measure for these disfigured soldiers using photos of them from before and she helped them kind of get their original face back. I guess it was the precursor to to plastic surgery, and she helped them have a normal life again. Florenz vilma. No with France twenty four thanks for telling us about what you found doing this research World War One really appreciate your time. Thank you. Thanks so much for calling. Today's top headlines are minute away with the world KCRW.

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"black army" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"black army" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Have you been to the new Bank, America, whatever that thing is stay I've been a lot. I've been allowed to stay. For game. I gotta go for a game like so fun and to to help us talk about that. And what's going on with L AFC is our buddy Max Brito smacks has worked at ESPN for a lot of years. And then the L AFC talked him into coming out here and be in the voice of their team. But still does a lot of stuff for us at ESPN. And and we got max online. Now max, how are you man? I'm doing great. Yeah. They talked me into it. I talk to my auntie come over here. This is the Cush job though, was going to say you get to living game. You get to live in Connecticut or you get to live in L A. I think you've got the the good end of that lollipop. All right. So explain what's happening tonight. Is it unusual that a first year team makes it to the playoffs max? Or is this one of those leagues where most teams make it or explain what's happening tonight with the postseason. Most teams do not make the postseason, but there has been a revitalization with these new owners and new team, and they really wanna hit the ground running. And they wanna put a great product. And they put money behind it with the stadium with players. So. The original team that did it. And like, you know, they've been it Major League Soccer tonight six thousand six and then there's been a lot of expansion teams. That haven't done that like Minnesota was an expansion team that came in and didn't do much, but Atlanta came in and they had that sort of blueprint. They made the playoffs. I hear so Elliott's compared to the Atlanta which is owned by Arthur blank ones, the falcons, and they do an incredible job and their spent a lot of money on players Elliot c comes with a clean slate and can build the team around division all leadership which at Bob Reilly and John Thornton, and well, it's hard. If you're an expansion team doors some advantages to doing it because that clean played I believe, but it's still pretty unique, you know, the experience, and it's the Bank of California stadium. I was just I have trouble keeping the sponsor names. Yeah. I said Bank of America Bank account for that. But it is. It's an experience that surprised me. I mean like the rooting sections. I guess the the Cuervo quavos in the district nine ultras and the black army eighteen fifty you've got crazy crazy fans, and it makes it really fun to be at the game. I don't know what I don't know what John is waiting for. But we'll get him next time. I know maximal absolutely get there. What happens is once? The Lakers season starts I become like this chicken with my head cut off. But I think there's two of you. There's two new because. Your your your radio show a day after being in Minnesota. What have you? That's pretty remarkable. Yeah, bookie. So, but but I didn't why hijacked your answer about about the Bank of California stadium. And some of these Mason pointed out, we're actually I want to give Tom Penner, buddy. Who runs the team over there a little credit here? They actually went found who their fans are going to be people are buying season tickets and max, you can talk about this better night, can but didn't they they paid for him to go to a game like in England or overseas. So you can see what fan is like. And they've basically transformed that into your stadium. Right. Max. Correct. They've looked at Germany particular to see what that famed culture would like they've also gone to areas. I know Tom, did you Major League Soccer that have a very established the fifth decayed fan culture, which be specifically the Portland timbers who all that. He saw that. And you see what works, and what doesn't and I think what's really cool from the fans that you're coming in on the. Ground level. And you're supporting this team from the beginning, and you invest now, and then you reap the benefits that I think one though fan I talked to about any hit thirty to fifty two which is north end where the for the fans are, you know, getting off of fine..

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"black army" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"black army" Discussed on WREK

"That in nineteen seventy one when you know a survey was taken of college students this is done by time magazine over one million college students consider themselves to be revolutionaries that is they wanted a radical restructuring of american society which is also why particularly on the college campuses from really the mid seventies to this day they've made such a huge effort to make them once again the province is simply of the wealthy that ideas that are left of liberals are not present that's why there was this sort of ten fifteen year attack on what the right wing called politically correct people probably heard that phrase but what they're really means is an attack on educators who wanted to talk about racism and sexism and homophobia in the schools they wanted to turn the colleges back to what they were which was conservative institutions in many in many ways and i think that you know but to this very day this echoes of vietnam they continue you know in many ways that are unconscious that people are unconscious about i mean the fact that you know there is no draft in this country is because of the legacy of the vietnam war you know in the late nineteen sixty s and early nineteen seventies they were drafting you know hundreds of thousands if not millions of young men to fight in vietnam who are already radicalized in opposed to the war in some way in this country people probably don't know that one of the hidden aspects you know people talk about how in nineteen sixty eight there was a big violence against antiwar demonstrators here in chicago a week beforehand it was predominantly black army soldiers down in fort hood texas refused to go to to to chicago because they said we're not going to be used to be to crush anti war demonstrations or to be used to commit violence in the black neighborhoods of chicago so there's a whole layer of of deep radicalization and political consciousness that had to be suppressed sometimes violently sometimes through corruption sometimes just through rewriting history in order to maintain get what they hoped was the united states backed which predominant power in the world and it did that.

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"black army" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"black army" Discussed on WCHS

"The bike the child was riding in gallagher i drowning investigation continues today in hearty county early reports indicate the victim's death was an accident the victim's body was found sunday a parker hollow lake and unattended boat and truck were located nearby i can all county charter bus company and its owner are named in a lawsuit state attorney general patrick more seats filed a lawsuit alleges a pattern of refund refused bills from calves coach company in cases of sometimes abruptly cancelled trips this is actually not the first time we fat to file it and of course but action against this company tuesday's filing in mingo county seeks more than seventeen thousand dollars in refund ends four field trips that did not happen this year for students from kermit area school and crump middle school also that lawsuit calls for the permanent closure of calves coach company out across lanes two dozen states are represented at this week's girl scout jamboree opening today at the summit back to family national scout reserve in fayette county that casey is the ceo of the girl scouts of black army council agrout growth gap have an opportunity to focus on aren't the outer door healthy living they're gonna learn about dan an out of doors and outfitted in digital art something for everybody in addition to the highest venture the girl scout jamboree runs through sunday the 2017 national boy scout jamboree opens july seventeen to ask the summit the second time for that event there thanks to las sean six twelve all the morning news we've been talking about this all week because be really nice the weather has in waking up to temperatures in the fifties immunex west virginia today mainly couple of places in the forties the check those current condition's right now clear parker's birth fifty degrees huntington clear fifty two charleston partly cloudy fifty one degrees now we get into the 40s a little bit clarksburg clear forty nine degrees beckley clear forty eight lourdes spurred get the jacket on forty four degrees in lewisburg this morning on june twenty eight elkins clear forty five six twelve on the morning news our metronews back rhetoric next week here from the governor about that robot election it's coming up here's.

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