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NAACP leader on diversity in Biden's Cabinet and commitment to civil rights

Here & Now

04:43 min | Last month

NAACP leader on diversity in Biden's Cabinet and commitment to civil rights

"Speech days after the election, Joe Biden think black voters for helping him win the White House. The African American community stood up again. For many with always having my back on, I'll have yours. Now. There's some concern that Biden isn't making good on that promise. At least seven civil rights groups are pressing to meet with the president elect, including the end of the P and the National Urban League. They want Biden to name or black leaders to top jobs in his administration. Marc Morial leads the Urban League mark. Welcome. Hey, it's great to be with you. Thank you for having me. My pleasure. And if and when you get a meeting with the President elect, what will you tell him? So importantly way look forward to a direct communication with the president elect, and we're gonna reaffirm our interest on behalf of the community that the number of Diverse cabinet members, particularly African Americans. Prominent and every level of the body Administration Cabinet sub cabinet. As well as at the White House. You know, we want to give the president elect due credit. He chose an excellent running mate, Senator Harris. He's made an important appointment of Cecilia Rouse, his chair of the president's Council of Economic Advisors, and Linda Thomas Greenfield as U. N ambassador. But we're heavily focused. What's known as a statutory Cabinet, defense and justice and transportation and commerce and labor and hot and education and HHS, For example, that is where The important levers of power are We're going to communicate that to him, and the second thing will be communicating. Eyes our interest in the public policy arena. We need aggressive enforcement of civil rights laws. We need strong investments through both stimulus. And infrastructure plans, and we need Focus on long term issues of racial justice, criminal justice reform, police justice reform just to name a few high priorities and finally With respect to cove it we need to ensure That the vaccine is safe and effective for all people and that there is a community based distribution system. To ensure that people in our community have access to the vaccine. I guess What I'm trying to understand is if you are actually concerned with what you've seen so far, or if you're just trying to get ahead of the process, As you point out, there have been many black officials appointed to keep jobs in the Biden administration says they're not done yet. Yeah, I think it's both. And I think it's uh they've been to statutory Cabinet nominees thus far. Treasury Three rather Treasury homeland security as well as the State Department, and that's important and we do have a concern and we do want to get ahead of the process and We want to be clear that we're looking for a cabinet. When it comes to African Americans and meets but really exceeds the high water marks of the Clinton and Obama cabinets. This is a different time. And the president elect is made of important public commitment to racial justice, and I believe he's serious about that, but toe execute that He's got to have people who have lived experiences. As well as professional qualifications, along with connections to the communities that have borne the brunt of the country's systemic racial injustice. Look, there's no doubt having a diversity of opinions from all walks of life is critical in any leadership role, but make the case why Race matters so much here. Ben Carson. I'm thinking of Ben Carson, a black housing secretary. I assume you don't agree at all with his policies on many black leaders At the same time, we're saying that outgoing Senator Doug Jones, a white man would make a great attorney general because of his record fighting for civil rights. So let me say this. Van Carson is a great doctor. I never thought Ben Carson was qualified. To be secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. I thought he would have made made a great surgeon general. You made a great secretary of health. Human services. I think it was an example of picking a quote unquote black person and putting him in what some perceive to be a black position at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. And I think it was It was a mistake, and I think it was a disservice to Ben Carson. So I mean, it's important. Understand this is not just about a black face in a certain place.

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Hurricane warning issued for Baja California as Genevieve aims for a close pass

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00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Hurricane warning issued for Baja California as Genevieve aims for a close pass

"In their thousands of people are under evacuation orders or warnings. There is also a chance of rolling Black House today in California, further south people along the coast of Mexico's Baja California peninsula seeking shelter as a Category three Pacific Hurricane Genevieve threatens to bring hurricane force winds To the tourist region, even if the centre isn't likely to hit Land. National Hurricane Center says the storm should pass near the southern portion of the peninsula tonight through tomorrow. Two people died when caught in the high surf yesterday in Cabo San

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"black house" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

06:46 min | 5 months ago

"black house" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"It. S Yeah I want to hear about you talk about police. So let me know when you're setup this have a bit of a preface to it. So please don't skip a had. I promise. This is not going to be dislike lefty rant on a subject that I'm not prepared to give you those later I promise. It's my word. Five, four, three, two, one. So. This is a book club. We gotta talk about books as we've already mentioned this episode, there's a lot of writing about the police and Black House is a crime procedural after all. Now, this episode is being recorded in August of twenty twenty protests about police brutality and overreach are occurring in the city that I'm recording in today. But before anyone starts hammering the skip ahead, thirty seconds button let me preface my needful themes by saying this. I'm not going to be talking about state of real criminal justice here. That's very much not my lane. What I can talk about however is the set of troops that make up our shared cultural understanding of law enforcement especially within the context of Black House. So with that out of the way, let's talk about police as a genre convention. Now, just as a review trope is a common theme or literary device De gay best friend for example, is a trope overuse of trope. becomes full-blown cliche. The gay best friend is also a cliche. Now, what I'm proposing here is that we talk about police behaviors in crime procedural as a set of tropes, traceable patterns across writing, for example, the trope of the epic detective. Now, the idea of a protagonist who needs to solve things as their primary motivation is not new thinks, Sherlock Holmes but its application to. Police fiction is probably best traced through the Nuwara and hardboiled fiction booms of the nineteen thirties and forties. Since that point, the intrepid investigator has become a staple of police fiction through syndicated television I'm partial to Colombo myself, and we see it here in Black House Jack Sawyer is motivated as a character overall by the need to solve mysteries, which is why he became a homicide detective. So, not all tropes as noble as we see in Black House, there is a repeated through line in this book about the essential goodness of police and the essential nastiness of the people in the community. This is also a trope. We've seen this one before on the program. If listeners might remember Dean coon says the face as well. There's a hearty serving of. Division in that book and personally I, find the US versus them trope kind of jarring because I'm not in a police officer. You know why would I agreed that civilians? Me Are essentially ignorant and so ignorant as to be at best quaint and at worst deserving violence and so this is where the meat is. We have arrived police violence in media is itself. Contained within tropes ENQUESO shades here's a list right the loose cannon cop will do anything to obtain a confession the quote unquote necessarily breaching protocol because the case demands it. The extra judicial punishment doled out two suspects who deserve more than what the courts will give them in this book alone police officers acting in their official capacity caused multiple concussions, Gut Punch, reporters. And destroy evidence with a stunning regularity. Now, within the context of this book, those actions are justified as they result in eventual rescue of a boy and the saving of reality itself but the main point this podcast, the idea we go back to again and again is that media matters. It informs how we see the world what behaviors are acceptable and which ones aren't. You know what makes a hero? What makes villain? These are not lessons that we learn from textbooks or laws, but from popular media and when popular media makes excuses for state sanctioned violence when popular media insists that the police need to be able to use force against journalists and citizens alike, when popular media teaches us that the police work is inherently US versus them we have a problem three to one and. Yeah, we sure. Do Probe. If you're looking for more kind of on this general topic I highly recommend the podcast running from cops, which is about the reality show cops and its follow up kind of spiritual successor live PD. A lot of this has to do with the whole like our media are art. Is a representation of our reality especially in mass literature in mass market paperback. It's what people think personified and that's why it's so important with these big issues like I. Don't think you could get away with this book right now. Now you certainly can, and it's important to look at the context in which it came out. This book came out in two thousand and one. Now, that's a very particular moment for this topic because it's post Rodney King, but it's during this huge nationalistic jingoistic moment in America where people are reeling from nine eleven. So it's a really weird little intersection and in that intersection that these are the tropes that people are going to for comfort is important to think of remember this book wasn't written during nine eleven book was in two thousand and published on the Friday when nine eleven happened on Tuesday. Right. So this is the kind of cultural context that we can bring the response to that tragedy from. And that's why I think why it's important to talk about troops in media and mass market media in general around hot button issues, you know it can be uncomfortable and we might not agree on you know say the specifics of police reform or the rhetoric that we should use around this stuff like we might not agree on that. But I hope that we can all agree that we should pay more attention to what is happening in our media because it shapes what happens in our minds absolutely and that is why we are not the Tom Clancy Boo club. Every episode like this and those books are still coming out yeah. Yeah, and then he popular and the thing is I have to specify this right good writing..

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"black house" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

09:51 min | 5 months ago

"black house" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"If Oaks. Editing Steve here just a note up at the top. We have some technical difficulties this episode. To the sound quality is a little bit lower than we like to have it but we think it's a pretty darn good episode anyway. So thanks for hanging in there with us and we hope you enjoy. Content warning sexual assault of children torture, grievous, bodily harm, and self harm. Also a lot of police violence. Case closed game over zip up your fly. It's the Stephen King Boo club. From. That would be fun. This is like the backyard semi pro wrestling addition. In petition dark tower books are sentient bullet trains. They're literally Thomas the tank engine from Hell. I'm Steven Andrew Sano. In Dime Phoenix Crockett and this week we are reading Black House published by Stephen King and Peter Straub in two thousand one. Now quick note this book is the sequel to the Talisman which we covered all the way back in episode seventeen. Definitely check that one out I. If you haven't heard, it haven't read that book because some of this is going to sound like Ali good. It yet. Phoenix now. Spoilers for this episode, Phoenix was not very. To this book. would you like me to take the main points? I would love it if you would. Great. The events of the towels men are twenty years in the past. Jack Sawyer the adult had a productive career as an l., A. P. D. Detective and lieutenant, but now he lives in. French. Landing Wisconsin retired in his early thirties after becoming a little bit famous. He leaves the force because of a crime in Santa Monica that threatens to break open his repressed memories about the territories and the violence he saw there as well the final battle that he won. The police chief of French landing Dale Gilbertson calls him and begs him to leave his retirement behind and join them in the hunt for a prolific. Albert fish copycat killer called the fishermen. Albert fish targeted children and often committed highly violent crimes and the fishermen follow suit. Jack Initially Says No. But after the fourth murder, he can no longer sit on his hands after following the lied about a spooky abandoned house. The Black House Jack Decides that his leading suspect is the architect of the House one. Charles. burnside. Burnside is eighty five years old and lives at an elder care facility. He needs a steady supply victims and so he allows the high ranking Demon Mr Munson actual name Lord more dread courtier of the Crimson King to inhabit him. In exchange, he captured some children but does not kill them instead selling them into slavery to work in the mind that exist in the flipside universe called the territory's. Lord mortared needs young tele paths to help destroy the dark tower as breakers. The latest and most powerful breaker is to Tyler Marshall Local ten-year-old and his breaking or shining may be strong enough to finally bring down the dark tower. Jack is brought up to speed on all of this by the would be gunslinger parkas twitter of his old friend speedy Parker when he involuntarily flips for the first time since he was twelve. The territories are very different place from how he had left them. The economy has collapsed in the outer areas while Jack is in the territories he meets Sophie, the New Young Queen and falls in love with her. This queen is the winner of Judy Marshall Mother of the Abductee Tyler. Jack flips back to our world to find a case that has become more complicated. It turns out that the Black House is a nightmarish portal, the territories and possibly other ROB's When burnside kills four more children and Jack's best friend. Jack Chases him to the House and together they flip into end world the farthest region of the territories and the region where the dark tower and Ken Toy live burnside nearly dead flees to the furnace lands where many of the mines arm and he attempts to steal tyler for his own dark uses. But Tyler fights back disembowelling and killing him Jack flips back and gathers resources as well as the chief of police and a biker gang of five dudes. One of whose victims father they go through the booby-trapped haunted Black House together and flip into the furnace lands where they battled luncheon in a Western. Style shoot off at high new. Jack Kills, Him with a baseball bat that soaked in the residual energy from the Talisman. Jack Van Tells Tyler that Tyler has the ability to psychically blow up the big combination, a quasi nuclear power plant owned by the Crimson King and staffed by child slaves thereby saving thousands of Children Tyler does. So then reunites with his mother Judy, the black houses destroyed and all of the children from many different realms spill into the streets French landing Jack Holt to press conference for the public a few weeks later speedy parker is in attendance looking on with pride. The. Wife of a man Jack had put away many years earlier is also in attendance and she shoots Jack. With a handgun speedy flips Jack into the territories in an attempt to save his life this works and as jack passes out the ground in the Queen's Pavilion Parkas Tells Queen Sophie that Jack's body cannot go back to the regular world again as he is now a territories creature. Now it's time for full dark no structure. Okay. So remember how at the top we that if you didn't know what happened in the towels, men none of that would make any goddamn sense well. Here, we are welcome to black has a book nearly incomprehensible in its own right much more. So if you don't know what's happening in the dark tower universe or in the towels man, and so we're going to get Dr Tower very soon. Next next time everything's eventual. Then we're doing the first four dark tower books and because we're getting to that point where Stephen King is starting to assume his readership has read the dark tower for his unrelated novels to make sense this book is more dark tower than some of the dark tower books. It does more for the plot than some of the actual dark tower books I will say. Having never read any of the dark tower books this was. This is very strange reading experience. There's a weird thing in the fantasy here where he doesn't make up new fantasy words, he just uses English words to name and his family were is fantasy world and it makes everything very strange. That's it's a strange as book I have this problem were like. This book is. I had this problem with this book is very cynical in its writing. There's two types of person in this book. There's bad people who are. Like very. Mean and only in things for the money and don't give a shit about anyone but themselves, and then there's good people who are about to have something tragic happen to them. There is no middle ground. It's not so much like morally complex kind of town. Light Salems law was a town full of people that were kind of complex. This is not that this is a town full of people that are either very bad people or a saintly good people who are about suffer. For sure and there's also this book it doesn't really feel like a King Book La time partially because half of it's not but like for example, a set in Wisconsin, and I didn't pick up on any of the you know we have down east wisdom because was a lot of Wisconsin. `ISMs where you can also tell us a whole chapter that's Based on Poe's the Raven. Sewing Ham fisted acme with our fucking wooden spoon. That chapter suck had to be Straw being like I knew it Stephen King's people want. Yeah we had a conversation midway through reading this book where I was like it feels like this wasn't edited and your theory was that Stephen King is an author who when given, the chance will just pour out whatever he's Phelan and Peter Straub maybe did not rain in any of Stephen King's ideas and so you end up with these crazy looping sentences these characters that don't do anything but be kind of vaguely cool..

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"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"So for you, I know we kind of talked about a lot of the problems we had with this, but I don't think we were too negative about it where you somewhere in the same range, are you more in like a two? A half range? No, I think I think today. It would be three for me I when I remember when I read it when I first read it, I, really really liked it even though I was sort of put off by the change of tone and the change of even genre from the Talisman, but I really enjoyed it. When I first read it and now i. I, I don't think it's his best work I. Don't think it's obviously worse because I've finished it unlike the Tommy knockers I, think it's like right in the middle for me. I think that some of the things that they that he does. He does really well in this book, but I just feel like the middle section. Didn't really do anything it didn't. Increase the tension at all, it didn't. Really create any real obstacles that weren't solved in the same scene it. So it just kind of felt like in the middle part if if that had been a little bit. Stronger focus like you. You had mentioned kind of focusing more on Jack Jack and not having all these. Minor. Characters is sort of flipping out. I think that if if they had focused on that and this probably would have been a four five book, but as a as it is, now I think that there's some things does really well, and there's some things that I don't think it does necessarily to the best. Yeah. It's one of those where. A lot of the time when I was reading it, I was like. Okay. This is fine. Yeah. Okay. This part got good and like you said, those last hundred pages, everything ramps up. So I think when I finished it, I was like just on in like on the wait. All. Right. Let's go. Let's go. Yeah. It really the last under pages which I believe. Stephen King wrote himself without Straw based on that interview. I. I. listened to it builds to such a thrilling climax that like by the end of it, I'm like, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But the beginning part of it and the the constant changing of perspectives from being like a third person present to just sort of throwing in the the US in the weeds and the the realization realization that we are reading a story just sort of. Pulled me out of the narrative where I don't think that was necessarily the intention. Yeah. Well, it seems like we're pretty much on the same page with this one and Terry I'm very glad you decided to pick this one to discuss because I know I've been trying to get a bunch of new guests and then I was like, okay. This spreadsheets gang a little crazy right now. But I feel like I still have enough books and movies and TV shows to go around for hopefully everyone, and I'm very glad I was able to. Get you on for at least one episode here an as we know now. Yeah. Thank you so much for having me on. It was I. I, love revisiting books of his that I haven't read forever and even though I probably did have some complaints about this one. It was a fantastic chance to reread it and then have a discussion. So I I really do appreciate you having me on. Yeah. Well, hopefully, I will be able to have you on. Again. I know king is still writing things and there are still eight hundred patients in the works. So I'm sure we'll be able to work something else out. All right that does it for this episode of Chat. Cemetery. You can support the podcast on. Patriot, Fan for a dollar a month. You'll get a thank you on the show for two dollars a month. I will send you a chat cemetery sticker, and if you want to follow us on social media, you can do so at chat cemetery on twitter, instagram and facebook. Also, rate and review the show. That's huge help, and as always, thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy the rest of your day..

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"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

06:44 min | 6 months ago

"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Combination is that what it was called. We're all these breakers that he's been collecting over the years and you know the the idea of the breakers is sort of like these these people with like either the shining like I think Danny, Torrance, could've potentially been a breaker if he was like captured. So they all these people that have these supernatural. Are brought to this place to like destroy the beams that are holding the dark tower and basically universe together, and so in that way, this book has like a lot of like reprecussions through the series. Because if if this kid had been brought to the Crimson King, he probably could have destroyed the dark tower and that we would have no more story, select the stakes in this are like really really large, but it's not. I don't think it's really explored. So Mu- enough. that it feels like it's not that huge of a but really. In the whole grand scheme of things if if jacket had failed. The dark tower would be no more. Yeah. Because you find out that tyler is one of the most powerful breakers they've ever had and. Even though Tyler is obviously a here kind of like. Oh. You could have gotten rid of this even worse thing. You Know Jack obviously is doing the right thing by saving all of these kids and especially, tyler but. It's one of those moral questions where you're like, okay. Do you sacrifice for the greater good in the long run road because there are obviously. More consequences to come the longer, the dark tower is still standing. Right. Yeah but I also really I I really enjoyed. Well, enjoyed might not be the right thing, but it was really. Involved in Tyler's escape plan like that was even reading it. Knowing how it was going to end. It was sort of it was still a kind of a moment of like oh? Gosh, this is intense and it's really good. Gory, how he ends up escaping by? Pulling out intestines of Charles burnside. It's kind of directly comic to talk about it, but in the moment, it's like. It's This book is dark. Yeah and obviously the Black House appropriately titled for. Everything that goes on in there and I think with the story. There aren't really any loose ends, but you have these characters and the is. Storylines, where you're Kinda like, okay, they could continue if they wanted to. So do you think you would read of Third Book if King and Straub were to write one, obviously I would have to but. I think. I, would like I. said I've I've I keep up I haven't been as great like I haven't read his his latest Short Novella Collection. It. It bleeds. I think it's called if it blades Ya if it bleeds. Yeah. So there's been a couple of his recent books that I haven't gotten to yet. But I I owned them and I intend to read them because I'm I'm constant reader I'm going to read whatever whatever he puts out I might not like it. So yeah, I probably would read a third book but I gotTA. Say. I. Really. Did Not like the way the kind of Coda at the end of this. Okay. I. It's funny. Reading this after reading. I'm I'm I'm going to drop this, and it's going to be a little bit of a spoiler, but it's not gonna be that big. Not GonNa really dive into it, but the way this book ends with like a where he tells the reader to stop reading. kind of gets referenced again in the Dark Tower. Okay. So there's this moment of like reader. You're not gonna like what's going to happen next? Stop reading and it kind of felt. I, Dunno. Felt kind of cheap to me maybe because we don't really know this character that well. So, like it's not. It's it's not like the woman that ends up shooting him and killing him. It's obviously because of his case that he did prior to. Living in this town. And is what kind of brought him to this town? But like. It just sort of felt kind of tacked on at the end to me. Yeah. One of the things I talk about a lot are his endings because he'll toss in these epilogues and I'm like you didn't need that at all. Yeah, and it kind of felt like a way of pulling him back into obviously about pulling back into the territories and back into the you know. The Dr Tower and world all world mythos type thing and keeping them stuck there because he can no longer. Really spend a lot of time in on our version of earth yeah. Sometimes I do feel that king kind of like flops at the ending, and this is definitely one of those. Where have you have you read? tweeting, you have seen the outsider television show. Have you read it I watched that, but I have not read the book yet. Okay. It kind of felt like that scene that's in that in the outsider. Though, right with like the kind of sets off the story of that one where it's like someone gets shot and it sort of like comes out of nowhere. But I feel that it was kind of executed better in that then in here and I think that the Coda of the dark tower. Works, better in the dark tower than it does here. Again I. DON'T WANNA spoil it. So I'm just GONNA leave it at that. But like okay, it's it's interesting I thinking about how this book in some ways feels almost like a starter for some of the things that he wants to explore later on in the next twenty years of his writing career. Yeah, and he always. Seems. He's willing to come back to certain stories and I can't imagine he's ever really done with the dark tower or the territory's. Yeah I I agree with that. I'll I'll just leave it at that I do think that he'll probably go back to the dark tower at some point Oh? For sure the wheel keeps turning. Yeah. So ratings I ended up bumping this from four to three out of five, just because I was kind of excited about where it might go when I I finished reading it. But then I sat with it for a couple of days before we discussed it here and I was like that how on you know and I was like I, think I missing some details here and the fact that we struggled with? Judy's name I think goes to show that. That, they just had too much going on to keep every single story line completely straight..

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"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Now, it's something where I'm like, okay. Is this something that didn't age well and is forgivable or did it just straight up? Not Age? Well? It makes sense. Yeah, and I think with this, it's. A little hit or miss because you know that this character is a good character and you just get a sense that. He. Was Ridden in this very specific way for you know this time period and then to look at it now you're Kinda like, oh. Okay. Maybe that didn't work as well as they were hoping didn't hold up as well as they were hoping and you know with so many characters. And the story getting a little muddied by you really get a sense that they may be should've just focus the story a little more and. Because you have the murders, the black. House. The territory's all of the dark tower references. It's like, yes, it's all connected. But I feel like a narrower focus would have benefited this story. Yeah I. I, agree and I I really wish that it may be had focused more on Jack Verses, the Albert fish standing, and then maybe went a little wild in the like. If. This was a film in the Third Act of the of the story, the last third of the book. Because I, think Charles Burn burnside is a as a fascinating horrible, but fascinating villain and. You'll start to see this a little bit more. In. Some of his works as you start to read in the two thousands, but the way. King would pull in real life people. In this particular case, they they namedrop Albert Fish. Of course, who I didn't know was when I I read this book. I thought he was just a creation that Stephen King had had written. He is a horrible person. Yes. Very much. So I went down like spirals of like figuring out like searching who this Albert fish was I was like appalled. At. The serial killer that I knew nothing about yen I. Think it's because he wasn't as flashy like a Ted. Bundy had kemper or even you know as. Well known as Jack The ripper, which is you know probably one of the first serial killers at least, and you really get a sense that there are some of these people who have become. So infamous that. They're used as inspiration for these utterly horrible characters I had heard of Albert Fish. I haven't looked into the details of what he's done, and after reading this, I kind of don't need to know what? To do and you really just get a sense that some of these serial killers in real life have such this sort of aura about them that they. are known well beyond their years. You know people are going to know who? Charles? Manson. Is for a while even though he's now dead if I'm not mistaken, right? Yeah. You'RE GONNA know him here. No Ted. Bundy. You'RE GONNA. Know All these and obviously Jack The ripper like I said earlier, that's probably one of the most obvious. Is. He has lasted forever and to be perfectly honest. Do not go down the rabbit hole I did of searching about. Albert Fish, just do what Charles Dozen his book is. Is Pretty much on point with what that man did, and they also namedrop and I can't remember the name. But they named munch talks about this other person that he followed along for a while and I looked at him and he also had a similar predilection to what Albert Fish and Charles burnside had in this in this book, and I found that kind of fascinating to like look us horror as a lens to understand evil in the real world. and. The way that Stephen King would pull in real life events into his book to kind of. Flesh out historian, make it feel like it's set in the real world So I actually kind of appreciated that. Even though I wish I'd never read anything about Albert. Yeah it's one of those things where if you aren't familiar with certain people and then you go down the rabbit hole, you're like, oh no, why did I do this I can't see any of it. Yeah, yeah. WHOA. So once the dark tower references become like full-throttle in the go into the end world I believe is where they're at in in the dark tower area. What did you think about the change into that into that in that direction? With the ending I thought, it was interesting because I kind of wanted to spend more time on what was going on in Jack's world, and you really get a sense that. Once he goes over to the territories and he starts getting deeper and deeper into things there with Parkas and Sophie you're Kinda like. Okay, where exactly is this going to go and then you see how the book ends and you're like, okay. I understand why it happened this way, but then the fact that. It's kind of left at that and you mentioned that Jack doesn't really make any sort of appearance in the dark tower books after this. It leaves me wondering if. King and Straub did that on purpose because of those rumors of a possible third novel? Yeah. The thing that I find interesting is. This does this book does sort of. Give a an important event in the dark tower series because it's. It's one of those times where the Crimson King fails, and like a major setback is is. His plans because he has this What is called the big?.

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"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

08:39 min | 6 months ago

"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Very weird moment. Yeah, and that's what I mean by their shoes so much going on in this too because you and I both blanked on Judy's name. While I. Guess. At first, it was one of those things where I was like wait is that the characters name and I just went to Stephen King's website and looked at the. Character for Black House, and it just goes and goes and goes because it is even putting in. You know people like. Kurt cobain because he's mentioned in passing. So listing every single person mentioned in this and aside from those kind of pop culture references with. Kurt, Cobaine Scooby, Doo, either all these random things? It's hard to tell you know who even an actual character in the book at this point, because you have Jack, obviously, as the main character, you have Parkas, who is the twitter of speedy Parker and you have like I said, all of those sort of guys you have the reporter who is trying to get in the way you have the feds, you have the state police. You know you just have a so many different groups of characters that come and go, and then you have all of the guys which I wasn't totally sure if they were also the biker guys. Guys. But Jack is the one who hires them to kind of go. Look for the black. House. Yeah. Those are the bikers. The Guy I think the part that doesn't work the most for me. I, realize I'm being negative about books. I did enjoy reading it, but there's just so many things that like jumped out at me, and the bikers are the thing that I really didn't care for. Yeah. Because you know in that in that interview I found straps says that the book is about a man at the edge of edge of middle age and feels like. It's sort of nostalgic for these other kinds of of characters like the kind of. Motorcycle Club. People that are not the hell's angels, but you know they are gruff. To see four and they carry guns and regarded is like you know bad asses but. You know they're not the hells angels. They're sort of like on the opposite side of being a thin line between being a good gloat cycle club and like a bad one, and it just seems. Kind of brings to mind the sort of like. I can imagine to middle aged men going wouldn't this be great to be part of this kind of club? That's sort of on the cusp of being bad asses. And I feel the same way about Jackie almost he almost feels like he's too perfect. In a way like. The Times when bad things happen to him, it's always the result of someone else. It's never a mess up on his part. It's always someone else. It's like window green, the reporter gets. Involved in, he has to beat them up which in a world that we're currently living watching police brutality against reporter regardless of how horrible reporter is. It's a little. Awkward to watch because it's presented as like. He's kind of he's kind of like an like a modern gunslinger that would be in in the dark tower like even gets his posse together at the very end to sheet up the bad guys, right? Yeah. There's even a mention of gunslinger in this too. So you're Kinda like, okay, they're Kinda. Hitting the nail on the head with this and. You really get a sense that because there are so many characters. It's kind of like. Well, maybe we just focus on Jack. Maybe, he is the most important piece of this puzzle, and while that does end up being true for the most part, you have a character like Henry who plays such a big role in this because of his abilities, he can kinda just sense things about people like he knows when Jack is worrying without. Jack. Even saying anything or doing anything really, and you just have these characters with these amazing abilities, but because Jack Sawyer is in this. This and the he's this hotshot retired detective and his mother was an actress. All of the attention is put on him for a lot of the story, right? I. You bring up. Henry. And I'm kind of curious what you think of the character because my opinion of him has changed a lot in the last twenty years I thought he was very interesting in the sense that king likes to give at least one character, these powers that really. Don't have a ton to do with the story, but help the story along in a way because it's kind of like when you have. Charlie in fire starter. How she? And her powers are really what drives the plot of that story because then you have the shop going after her and I feel like with Henry. He was kind of there to help push the story along when Jack would kind of get stuck on something. Yeah, I I, agree with that and I I will say on the positive note his. The sequence where he ends up getting killed, was I. Thought was Pretty Harrowing. just the idea of him being in the in his recording studio and. He can't see, but there's you know Charles burnside standing outside of his his his window like just staring at him, wearing his his wife's Cologne doused in his wife's Cologne, and just the idea of of him of Charles having that kind of conversation with. Mr Manchin. Who is like inhabiting his body at the same time? I thought that was actually a very effective scene. Yeah, and you also have the fact that things ramp up even more to because you have. That whole scene with Henry and then. You have that end scene where you know it's kind of like that typical. It's almost like a law and order svu scene or something like coming out of the courthouse and someone yells gun, and then someone gets shot and you're like Oh okay that felt very police procedural of them. but the thing that like I guess, my opinion is kind of changed on on Henry over the years. Is that when? When? I, I read this, I was like amused about his ability to take on multiple on your personalities. And like present, you know the the kind of like rocker that would play a song by what was it the dirty sperm. And then he would also be like. A sports reporter, and he would be bombastic kind of like over the top. It almost felt like a conservative pundit in some ways. And It just it feels like now I see so much demagoguery on television that I feel like in some ways, Henry is kind of a definite cog in the making before he gets killed because like he takes on all these different personalities to either entertain or to kind of like speak to different audiences. But like. Isn't that kind of what a lot of demagogues on television do now, that are sort of like speaking to their audience, and they might not necessarily agree with what they're saying. But they know that it's going to be good and it's going to like get some people riled up and that it's it's such a weird, and that's why I feel like this book in some ways as aged incredibly well, because I, see. This character, who's obviously in the book a good guy, he's a good character. He's. He's tragically. Tragic Hero. and. Especially when you compare him to someone like window green, who's just comically an evil person and I see this character and I look at it now through. All the the politicians that I see out there or the the AM radio hosts or the. People that are presenting quote unquote news on different television programs that are being like influencer, or you know that kind of like media person and it's such a weird point of view to see him now. Yeah unfortunately. I don't have that experience of having read this right when it came out but. What I've noticed is that certain things hold up with King and? Wall. Some of the language used doesn't especially from his seventies and eighties books and even some of the nineties books. I'm trying to look at everything from the time period, it was written and released because. While, it's still important to look at things from a twenty twenty Lens..

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"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

07:32 min | 6 months ago

"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Oh, I would think you would just WanNa do these. Yourself may be happier shroud co right on something like insomnia where it ties in, but it's not so heavily reliant on some of the main aspects of the dark tower. And kind of wonder if this is a way of sort of ret conning the Talisman into the dark tower series because like in the Talisman you know they talk about territories and. It's not so much necessarily connected to the dark like right and I feel like, maybe this is a way of trying to. Tie in all of his books into. Into the series. But as you'll experience when you start three the last third. Every single book that he has ever written is part of this and that's why I think it's so fascinating for you to go through this chronologically because you will start to see that like he really does see the dark tower is the center of his work and everything else that's coming out of it. Is connected to it whether as blatantly as the dark tower or is is like even? Not. Even mentioning it in like Salems Lot. I mean, there are things that will start to show up. So I'm really curious to see what what you're going to get to when you finally get to those last three, those last three books. Yeah, and there have been some obvious ones like. A lot of people know that the stand is sort of a prequel to do stuff that's happening in the dark tower. You have rose matter which brings up the dark tower like I said, the insomnia has some sort of connection. If I'm not mistaken and you find that a lot of his books will bring it up. especially, you know like eyes of the Dragon, which is so out there you're like Oh okay. This is very clearly tied to the dark tower, but as taking place in such a different place in time, it really feels like he just wanted to have the central universe where he could branch off and do a bunch. Bunch of different things and have some stuff that doesn't really explicitly say that it's tied to the dark tower because some stories are so rooted in dairy or castlerock that you're not thinking about the dark tower Wani Repos right and I think kind of going back to the weirdness of having a CO writer on this. If you were someone that you're only experience with Stephen King was the talisman because you were key us a fan. You would be so confused because I mean we're talking breakers were talking Blaine the train talking Patricia Talking Demon named Munshin. Re talking like Abba Crimson, King, go all of these things that if you aren't. Well read in the dark tower is just GonNa, go completely over your head. It's weird. Yeah and I definitely liked the territory's part in this. But I think at the same time they were throwing so much at us to where I was like. Okay, wait. Is it more important that he's in the territories right now or are all of these dark tower references more important, and you know we still have this whole murder thing going on to and this Black House that seems to be very, very harmful to whoever comes near it and tries to go in it, and you have so many moving parts to this story I. Feel like it was just too crowded and I don't WanNa, say they should have made it longer to explain these things even more, but it feels like there should have been two different books maybe. I completely get that because I do think that the middle section of this kind of it's not I wouldn't. I'm not exactly sure what to call it. I don't think it's necessarily a slog, but there's a lot that goes on that doesn't really. Have much to do with anything. It's sort of like a much ado about nothing like there's there's all of these fake escalations that kind of pull into what a lot of what Stephen King likes to do, where he sets up a situation and then knocks out upon or like. Throws something into the mix to see how people are GonNA react and I'm talking about. In, particular case, it happens twice the first one being when they find Irma's body and like it becomes like this whole cluster because I've decided to tell his wife who in typical Stephen King fashion decides to be a chatty Kathy and spread the news all around town so that all of a sudden everyone towns descending on this this little thing. But it almost felt like a in that regard because it has like you have a situation, you have an escalation in the by the end of it. It didn't seem like anything was. Felt like everything was back together like it just hit that kind of status quo normalcy, and then it happens again in front of the Police Department where our killer has framed. Is it George Potter I think his name all right frames. This guy as being the fishermen killer and the entire town again descends on it because Did. Mention his engorge. His has manipulated Irma's mother in into. kind of leading the sort of like witch hunt against capturing George. But then that whole thing kind of ends out, just resolving itself and not really having much of an effect on the rest of the story. So. It was I, found myself kind of. In this weird situation where I was like, what? What is kind of the point of this Middle Section? And for a book that's like Really Long I. The characters don't seem to really be that developed in my opinion. I was curious what you thought. Especially because there's so many characters, route, Roy wait, there's like the biker guys and then there's the. Reporter Guy There's the people at the home that you know. I'm even spacing on her name is Judy. Julie I don't even know. That's how bad this is. I think part of that might be them trying to. To. Bring in their images to like bleak house. 'cause bleak house has so many little minor characters and stories that sort of it's sort of like a slice of life kind of I it. So I don't know if that's what they're trying to go for his like create the sort of like real world is town. So we get to meet all these different characters that ultimately don't. Figure into the plot, but I feel like. We don't really get because of that. I don't feel like we really get to know any of the characters they sort of like get that kind of stock trope of or like like in the bikers you have doc, he's a doc because he used to be, you know doctor, you have like Beezer. WHO's the father of one of the missing kids like you have. These characters basically have a little trope attached to them or like character trait that we don't get to really get to know. Really. Does that make sense? I. Am I reading that wrong? No, it makes complete sense I'm just so annoyed that I can't even remember the lady's name and it's like the one falls in love with. Yes. Yes. That I believe is judy and. Like that that whole thing I'm glad. Judy, and Sophie are winners. The twitter's and I'm really glad that they introduced her her twitter because like this is kind of awkward that he meets US woman and it's like all of a sudden. Unabashedly in love with her to the point that he wants to have an affair with her almost..

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"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

07:41 min | 6 months ago

"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"I don't like the book immediately following the those things because I did not like the Tommy knockers did not particularly care for dream catcher and it's just super weird how that happened. It was so funny to hear you talk on the previous episode about not liking the Tommy knockers because that is honestly the one Steven King Book I've never finished. I've not. I don't even know how it ends because I got maybe one hundred pages into it was like, no, I'm done with S. if it weren't for this podcast, I probably would not have finished it. It was such a chore. It was one of those books where you started and you're just like, oh This is going to feel like work whereas sometimes I do get backed up like you know we're recording this literally the Friday before it's going to come out. So I got a little backed up on reading, and that's when I sort of get stressed out and I'm like, okay, gotTa gotTa make get through these next few books here and it feels more like a chore then but. If I can plan far enough in advance. I, give myself time a little more time. Any way to sort of have everything sink an after I've read a book instead of just going up finished one got a stir one the same day. Yeah I mean and I. Don't think this book is shorter read. I. Actually enjoyed reading through it. Even though the were a lot of link moments that kind of pulled me out of it, but I don't think it's top tier king. What do you think I think? It's very middle of the road because like I. said, there have only been a couple of things that I haven't really enjoyed and I'm not super into a bunch of his short story collections because they can be such such A. A mixed bag, I do like the novella collections more than the short story collections typically, and I know some of the short story ones do include novellas here and there. But for the most part, it falls kind of in that place for me. It's kind of like the short story collections where I'm like, okay, I really liked this story or this part and not this part, and because you mentioned how the writing changes and it's like the point of view is fairly inconsistent. You're like wait. Okay. You're talking to me. You're not telling me about something and it just felt like it needed a better voice I do think that this is one of those cases I think this would have been a more interesting book if only one person had written. Yeah. To be honest although I, will say that I did appreciate the sort of like it almost a throwaway line, but a sort of like. Pay Off to the way it was described because at the very end of the book that kind of. Throw this line that we've been like following gorge the crow, and that's where we've been getting kind of like our. Top view ideas of the town and visions of the town is through this. This crow that has been kind of like a bad guy through the entire story. So I appreciate that it's kind of like. Oh. All right. That's why we're doing it. was. that. Worth it. Yeah, I, think it's interesting that he chose to do Co. rights for the. Talisman. And this book not because this is a sequel of the Talisman. But just because of how heavily the dark tower series seems to factor into these stories because. From what I can tell is the dark tower is sort of his central universe and so many of his books touch on it and I guess we can go ahead and talk about a bunch of these connections now. So anyone who hasn't read all of the dark tower or any of the dark tower, you know jump ahead here, all have. podcasts chapters in embedded in the MP three and everything. So you can do that easily but. There were so many references even if it was just in passing when they mention the Crimson King, the dark tower, the beams, and you have a mention of Ted brought again, who is central and hearts in Atlantis which you mentioned listening to that episode recently, and it was one of those things where I, was like, okay, he's putting all of these pieces together for us to kind of build up to something and I did see that there were rumors about a potential third novel involving Jack Sawyer. So I was very curious if. Jack comes back at some point and maybe I just haven't hit that point yet or if. You know there's a book that he hasn't read any yet because this sequel came twenty years after the Talisman and you know Dr Sleep came forty years after the shining. You know king takes his time writing sequels apparently. Yeah. You Know I. It kind of. Intimated, intimated in this book that he was going to feature in in later dark tower. Stories. But? It's been a minute since, I've read the dark tower, but I don't remember him ever showing up again, a lot of people show up in the last. Three books that he wrote like post accident. Okay. Of his character start to show up in their from his other books and I assume that's not including the wind through the Keyhole, which is technically like four point five. Yeah. No, that's actually I. Have Not read that one either so I'm I'm not very familiar with that one. I'm not very familiar with the sisters of Alaria, even though they're mentioned in this book as well. with little. Novella or short story. I think he wrote in the ninety S. have you have you covered that one? Is that in everything's eventual? That might be an. Eventual, let me look but yes, they they bring up that and there's this this kind of idea that maybe he would show up again and I don't remember him ever doing ever ever showing up again. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure what he plans on doing with the character. Yeah. So the little sisters of Loria is in everything's eventual, which is book immediately following this. Okay. This story itself was written prior to being collected. So it was written in. Ninety eight and that collection came out in two thousand and two. So not too terribly long before it was drone into one of his collections but. That will be interesting to see how that plays in because. There are so many mentions in here where I was like, okay. I know I should know what this means are, what implications this has, but sometimes my brain is like. I. Don't know you know. So when you get to the little sisters, hospital tents and he meets Sophie or like Oh okay. All right. I'm starting to kind of piece things together here. But because I haven't read the story even though it technically came out before this things are. Jumbled. Because I'm going chronologically by the collections, not by the every single short story published eight rate, right? That would that would be impossible to? I. Would Think, yeah, I. Didn't want to do that because I was like that. Would one double the number of episodes if I did it that way and just talk story by story because some of his collections will have like twenty stories in them and it's like do I wanNA. Talk about this baseball poem for an episode, Not really. The connections to the dark tower definitely, and I think that might be why I feel like this should have been a book written by King because in some cases, it kind of felt like. It did feel like someone else sort of fan writing a king story. If that makes sense. Yeah, I was surprised. He would give property like this over to someone else even if Peter Straub on his own is obviously a successful horror writer. But because of the importance of dark tower to me I was like..

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"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

08:30 min | 6 months ago

"black house" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Everyone chat cemetery back today. I. Am Discussing Black House by Stephen King and Peter Straub with Terry Menard, and we are going to talk about some of the connections to the previous book, the Talisman and some dark tower connections which I know I've been bad at kind of giving spoiler warnings. But you know a lot of these books have been out for a long time as have the movies so. If you don't want to know anything about the dark tower series if you haven't finished it which I haven't either. But such is life. When you do a Stephen King podcast so I'll let you guys know when those connection discussions are going to be coming up but Terry, how are you doing today I'm good. I'm excited to be here to talk Black House and it's been a week but I am glad that it's Friday and I end the week talking about one of my favorite authors. Yeah, it has been a week. That's for sure and I find that. Sometimes, you know even when you don't like something as much as you were hoping, maybe it's still fun to have a discussion about it because what I've been trying to do, and hopefully everyone who's been listening along this far has noticed is. I try not to be too heavily critical of things there have been a few things that I haven't enjoyed. There have been some hilariously bad movies which are still fun to talk about and with Black House it really felt. Middle of the road I, think I was more excited about it. When it ended than I actually was you know sitting on it for a few days. So I know I was messaging you and I was like you know I bump this down to. A lower rating, and we'll discuss ratings at the end as usual here. But I just sat with it for a couple of days and I was like wait I actually don't remember a ton of the details. So maybe I didn't like it as much as I thought I, did or maybe it's just because it has been a wild week and I was still in the process of finishing the book when a bunch of crazy things happened but. For you. You know it had been a long time since you had read. This is this the second time you? You've read it then? Yes, this is the second time I read I, read it. I've been a constant readers since. I was young kid and So I pretty much read I. Think most of his books on release in the from liked about about the mid nineties on, I've probably read every one of his books when they first came out. So I read this back in two thousand one and it was really excited for it back then and I was really disappointed as a two thousand one. I. Would Have Been Twenty, twenty year old because. It was so different from the Talisman. In terms of like Sean right in terms of. What it was about in terms of everything that I think I was kind of hesitant to enjoy it back then and now I I like it. But. I think that it hasn't aged particularly well in twenty years since its release nineteen years. Yes. Yeah. Usually Stephen King is pretty good at keeping up with the times and I think sometimes with co co-writes. It's a little harder to because you're. Having these two different writing styles. Honestly, I'm someone who is so bad at recognizing reading style. So I didn't even really notice a huge difference between. King and strobes writing, and I felt the same about the. Talisman, and people were like, Oh, it was so obvious to me. I was like I don't know I just read the. Start to finish, that's what I did and. With. This one because it is a fairly lengthy book to the hardcover is six, hundred, twenty, five pages at least my copy is and you kind of get a sense that. When a story like black cows is not only connecting you back to the Talismen, but giving you more dark tower connections, it can feel like. It's overwhelming at times and I think with this, I was like, ooh, sort of murder mystery, serial killer, kind of thing that was like right up my alley, and then it got so weird and different, and it's like the Black House didn't even really come into play until the last third of the book maybe right, and that is probably my biggest complaint about. This book is that you call yourself black house and I kind of anticipated at being more of a character in the book. You know like I kind of expected king to focus more on maybe the history of the house or focus on the kind of evilness that's inside of this house, and it gets referenced here and there in the first. Like maybe four or five hundred pages, but it's not so like the last one, hundred that they're even going into by then it's such a brief detour. It's weird. I really thought it was going to be something like the overload. The shining where you really get to know the INS and outs of this place and just sort of the whole vibe behind it, and I was disappointed when we didn't really get that considering. It's the title of the book like You said, right? It also kind of works against them because obviously reading through the book even before I read it I, kind of thought that it was kind of a moshing like bleak house, the Gothic novel by Charles Dickens, and even in the book it's reference. You know they talk about bleak house and so I, kind of think that might have hinted at the style of writing because. I'm not a huge fan of the way it's written. The kind of constant breaks of the second person almost present tense where it's like, yeah, we're. We're addressing you. Now. We the writers are talking to you. and. I would find myself and I think kind of going back to what you were talking about in terms of not knowing. which part was written by whom I did a lot of search on this because I was kinda curious how they wrote this vice, how they wrote the Talisman and I did find an interview with Peter Straub where he talks about how they worked. a good notion of the tone and the Basic Center, the story together that they wanted to approach it as a man be at the beginning at the edge of middle, age that they wanted to base a villain on Albert Fish, which let's put a point in that for a moment and come back to that after that. So they had like all this stuff they work together and they basically than just left and Peter. STRAUB began writing the first fifty pages or so, and they would pass it off and on they went and Stephen King wrote the ending. wrote the like I have a feeling probably like the last like the black. House. And onward, I believe was probably mostly written by King. But it just the Times. When all of a sudden we'd I'd be I'd find myself on such a a row of of reading and turning pages, and then it felt like the style changed and they were talking directly to me and that. kind of made it more like telling incident showing. Where it's like, you know the usual thing of like here's the story and you're going to experience it vice. I'm telling you story and I'm going to make you realize it until you story. and. That really stuck out of the sore thumb to me this on this on this particular read. Yeah, I think. Because I've only read one or two books from Straub, I'm not as familiar with his process with how he writes his style overly because I feel like you have to read. Any books from an author to really get a sense of who they are as a writer and Stephen. King has always been so open about that, and because I'm doing this podcast going through everything chronologically, you can see those changes happening whereas maybe if you were reading and real time, they didn't seem to happen as rapidly because only a crazy person like myself would take this on and want to read all sixty seventy. I. Don't Know Eighty Bucks. In like. Three. Year, time period. I mean, it's quite a. Herculean task. I can't believe you're already in the two thousands on on your your readings because there's a lot to go through. It felt so good to hit to account action. And I think this is also turning point for for King in his life to you because this is I believe the second book that he wrote after the accident I believe. So because I think dream catcher was the one immediately after the accident, it seems like every time he has some sort of, Rehab. Stint or an accident..

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"black house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"black house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A key ally of the president's Aaron Zelinsky a prosecutor in the Roger stone case is expected to break ranks today and testify about pressure from higher ups within the DOJ to go easy on president trump's longtime friend and confidant and adviser we get more on this from ABC chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas so let's give recommendation for a long sentence was overturned by Attorney General Barr raising questions of favoritism for the president's political ally baray said this is in skis recommendation was overzealous and points out that the judge in the case agreed with his assessment the OJ is pushing back hard saying there was never any direct pressure on the landscape and he provides no specific evidence to back up that claim protests go on across the country against police brutality and demands to remove symbols of the confederacy in South Carolina the statue of pro slavery former vice president John Calhoun is about to come down in DC a tense stand off last night outside the White House where demonstrators tried to set up an autonomous zone ABC's Lionel Maurice with the story president trump warning protesters who tried to topple a statue of president Andrew Jackson and build what they call a black house on top of his own the president tweeting there will never be an autonomous zone in Washington DC as long as I'm your president if they try they will be met with furious force B. H. AZ was spray painted on columns of St John's Episcopal Church you posting this on Twitter as officers allegedly fired pepper balls and ripped down tens that'll Thomas Jones being set up a short distance from the front of the White House lawn weeds ABC news a Wisconsin legislator is recovering after demonstrators attack him overnight near that state's capitol Wisconsin state senator Tim carpenter says he was taking a photo of a protest when he was assaulted around midnight.

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Washington - Trump vows jail for 'anarchists' toppling monuments, warns protesters trying to establish 'Black House Autonomous Zone'

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00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Washington - Trump vows jail for 'anarchists' toppling monuments, warns protesters trying to establish 'Black House Autonomous Zone'

"In DC a tense stand off last night outside the White House where demonstrators tried to set up an autonomous zone ABC's Lionel Maurice with the story president trump warning protesters who tried to topple a statue of president Andrew Jackson and build what they call a black house on top of his own the president tweeting there will never be an autonomous zone in Washington DC as long as I'm your president if they try they will be met with furious force B. H. AZ was spray painted on columns of St John's Episcopal Church you posting this on Twitter as officers allegedly fired pepper balls and ripped down tens that'll Thomas Jones being set up a short distance from the front of the White House lawn weeds ABC

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"black house" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

04:11 min | 7 months ago

"black house" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

"Black folks. Where you have to blast. was that that's the black folks time zone right across from the White House. You heard about the White House the Black House. I'm not making any of that. So they blown it wide open. They snatched. Defeat. From the jaws of victory. The question is. Are we going to wait for the next go round? I'm going to wait for them to try to to to reassert themselves. We've got the president looking at all of this. And now we have people suggesting that take presidential action and that he began to move these protesters out of the Public Square. bolden. The Laura by governors by mayors Democrat Governors Democratic Mayors Democratic City Council members that have failed to do their job. They support the lawlessness. The support black lives matter they support Antifa. They are the cheerleaders and these maniacs these Marxists They're out there basically for their lead and I think you know in that park I will tell you. I would saturated with law enforcement. I would tell them. They are disperse in anybody that did not disperse. I'd lock them up. You know I. It's it's. I. Don't have the words. To describe the frustration, the anger that I have in I'm talking to Americans all over the country that feel the same way, and they're watching as as our leaders. Democrats and Republicans are doing a damn thing about this. The only person talking about it the only person calling it what it is is the president. That's but Dr. Karadzic, he's with the New York Police Department and he's absolutely correct. And you have to. You have to know that there are millions. Of Americans, that feel exactly the way we do. And I count among them Democrats. We have sat by and we have watched the journey from. We need to fix the police to. We're setting up a violent water races Marxist paradise right in the middle of your city. We've watched mayors Democrat mayors and governors say you'll. This is going to be the summer of love make peace. Love Make Peace, man. That that war..

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Washington, D.C. police clear out fledgling autonomous zone near the White House

Ben Shapiro

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Washington, D.C. police clear out fledgling autonomous zone near the White House

"Police are not allowing black lives matter plaza becoming can't meant like the one set up by protesters in Seattle dozens of DC police officers wielding batons pushed back protesters along H. street sweeping them away from an area that had had been been littered littered with with tents tents and and signage signage that that read read bonds bonds or or black black house house autonomous autonomous zone zone words words that that were were also also spray spray painted painted on on the the historic historic Saint Saint John's John's church church city city workers workers then came in to clean up the area dismantle the tents and restore order something president trump had promised in a morning tweet saying there will never be an autonomous zone in Washington as long as I'm your president John Matthews on WMAL WMAL dot com

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Seattle will de-escalate and dismantle 'CHOP' autonomous zone: Mayor

The Conservative Circus

04:11 min | 7 months ago

Seattle will de-escalate and dismantle 'CHOP' autonomous zone: Mayor

"Here there is a new autonomous zone popping up in Washington DC yes just like the one in Seattle you formerly known as jazz the capitol hill Antanas zone in DC this is right by the White House it is the B. has the black house autonomous it's a really call back I'm not kidding you can make that a kid not at all but died there the formally CHS now known as the chop the Capitol Hill occupied protest is is is going to be taken down mayor Jenny his I just about had enough or she is seen enough destruction to feel that she is a loud enough destruction to be a part of the progressive wing of the Democrat party which as she is from quote as the cumulative impacts of the gatherings in protest at then end the night time atmosphere in violence has led to increasingly difficult circumstances for our businesses it's it's forget about the fact the entire six blocks were occupied in it was vandalism and theft and assaults and robberies and shootings it's just becoming too tough for a business or residence the impacts of increased and the safety has decreased they are going to go in and dismantle the occupied zone I hope it's not pretty I hope no one gets hurt but I don't I hope it's not peaceful well that's kind of it right there's always somebody could place you could take because a you know ya it's just free it's it's everybody's it so it's it's a single tags at all there was a shooting last night in the cops weren't able to respond because there's no cop someone died Ole okay now we're getting serious here because when you don't let the law row you have any consequences some stuff made it seems pretty obvious and that's exactly what we've been talking about look great go have you commune somewhere no one's stopping you from that but the fact that an American mayor in an American city allowed people to just occupy streets of eight of the downtown the stock bears they don't own it businesses operate people live there and they just didn't care they just left those people I go yeah whatever you're on your own because some people decided to show up and overtake a police station well they they were six six blocks and then the police station was in there and of course mayor Jenny and governor Insley ball spineless Slappy is decided to have everyone in the precinct take off so that was their choice this lawless nature of this and the reason why people got hurt people got assaulted and people I'd got robbed and shot that's all one mayor Jenny all of that is on a journey she said I don't care if you're in here I didn't there's no protections you guys just do what you want everybody's going to be peaceful everybody's gonna have fun that was your decision the president of the United States said look if you don't do will go in there and do it for you because this is going to happen my job is to protect everybody in this nation including your Slappy town and I have to go in there and do it if you don't she's finally going to do which is funny too because again this is the double standard that some politicians are held to and others are not because you what might just sad about how this is all on mayor Jenny if this for trump running that city or Republican they would say that the media would absolutely say that about the mayor but because it's a Democrat they don't say that they don't have the crime they don't try to factor G. seeded six blocks of one of the great American cities two people who just protested and just showed up and think that that's cool like that's all we have parks you go do that stuff in a park but take over a park now where people live and work and make money and go to lunch and we'll walk to their apartments for crying out loud do it somewhere else in you know I went to Seattle for years ago it was during the occupy actually forgot about this my wife reminded me of it over the weekend she's like oh yeah there was a little section we had all the occupied peoples in the you know some urban scape and same kind of thing but this was different because it was multiple

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Max Boyens And Brett Caprioni Fired from Vanderpump Rules

Colleen and Bradley

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Max Boyens And Brett Caprioni Fired from Vanderpump Rules

"Either right Capri Onie and Max Boyens so they have been fired from vendor rules today Bravo and evolution media issuing a statement to page six now the shake up comes less than a week after Stassi and Kristen came under fire for allegedly calling the police on fellow cast member faced hours the only black house member to appear on Vanderpump rules that have been back in twenty eighteen and Brett and Max also have their own history of issuing problematic and racist statements on social media or it's that easy

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Long-serving former Democratic U.S. congressman John Conyers dies at age 90

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Long-serving former Democratic U.S. congressman John Conyers dies at age 90

"Fifty a champion civil rights and a congressman for the people that's how colleagues in Michigan's political leaders are remembering to traits own former congressman John Conyers junior who died Sunday at the age of ninety Conyers is the longest serving African American member of Congress during the height of the civil rights movement here's Michigan democratic congresswoman Brenda Lawrence junk Han uses one of the founding members of the black caucus among his many accomplishments and I speak on behalf of the trade the black caucus in Congress this is a really bad day ten years became one of only six black house members when he narrowly won his first election in nineteen sixty

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Will Hurd, lone Black House Republican, won't seek reelection

Morning Edition

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Will Hurd, lone Black House Republican, won't seek reelection

"The only black Republican serving in the U. S. house of representatives has announced that he is not running for reelection in twenty twenty comes in will heard represents a key swing district on the Texas Mexico border in his announcement Thursday evening is considered a setback for the GOP which is struggling with the issue of race and also a lack of diversity within its ranks wondering if your conventional correspondent Susan Davis to talk about this morning so good morning David so did you another see this coming will heard it comes as a surprise it was described to me by one Republican strategist as it got punch I'm as you said he's the only black Republican in the house so that certainly gives him some element of prominence but he was much more than that he was seen as a rising star in the party he was young he was only forty one years old he comes from a rather impressive background he was an undercover operative for the CIA which give them a certain amount of credibility inside the house on issues of national security and foreign policy it only served three terms he was first elected in twenty fourteen he was he survived the twenty eighteen democratic way even he was someone that I think a lot of Republicans were looking to is someone who could rise up in the ranks instead he said in his statement he intends to look for work now in the private sector working at the intersection between technology and national security why I've won a note the timing I mean that this announcement comes at the end of two weeks of president trump you know from the same Republican Party sending these incendiary tweets and and this rhetoric I mean did did heard mention in his resignation anything about that or or or or whether he might even leave the party not directly no I mean he made clear he plans to stay involved in the Republican Party he said he would still continue to work to grow GOP that quote looks like America he has been one of the most regular consistent voices that have been critical of the president inside the party he has been a critic of the border wall you know his his Texas district it takes hundreds of miles of the U. S. Mexico right there yeah it's right there if seventy one percent Hispanic he's one of the few Republicans representing a minority majority district he was a critic of the president for not being stronger against Russian interference in the elections and just recently he did vote with Democrats he was one of just four Republicans who voted with Democrats to rebuke the president for his racist tweets so he was certainly unique and a lot of that regard and I think that's part of the reason why his exit I think is being interpreted as a bad sign for the Republican

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"black house" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"black house" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The ability to get home visits das Kuznets KYW newsradio federal prosecutors say North Texas man who was captured by military forces in Syria has been charged with supporting ISIS a grand jury indicted twenty three year old over kuzu last month on one count of conspiring to support a foreign terrorist organization the US attorney's office for the Northern District of Texas says crews who pleaded not guilty in a Dallas core this week according to a criminal complaint kuzu when his brother left their North Texas home in twenty fourteen travel to Turkey in were smuggled across the Syrian border to join ISIS prosecutors say could you was captured by Syrian forces and early twenty nineteen recently transferred to the FBI custody and then return to Texas Clayton level Dallas the number of house Republicans deciding not to seek reelection has grown the only black Republican in the house will heard of Texas says he won't seek a fourth term in a statement the forty one year old heard a former CI a officer says he wants to pursue opportunities outside the halls of Congress to solve problems at the nexus between technology and national security heard who narrowly won reelection last year says he plans to run again for public office but didn't get more specific of the thirteen house members who so far have said they won't seek reelection next year ten are Republicans your rebuttal under Washington so just how healthy are those vegan burgers based burgers are all the rage touted is healthier than beef but are they really the vegan patties are made with soy peas coconut another plans and do contain less cholesterol and saturated fats and meat burgers but nutritionists say they also have nearly as many calories.

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Will Hurd, lone Black House Republican, won't seek reelection

KYW 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Will Hurd, lone Black House Republican, won't seek reelection

"The number of house Republicans deciding not to seek reelection has grown the only black Republican in the house will heard of Texas says he won't seek a fourth term in a statement the forty one year old heard a former CI a officer says he wants to pursue opportunities outside the halls of Congress to solve problems at the nexus between technology and national security heard who narrowly won reelection last year says he plans to run again for public office but didn't get more specific of the thirteen house members who so far have said they won't seek reelection next year ten are Republicans your rebuttal under

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"black house" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"black house" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"That's what I'm saying something I could do that. And I would love no joke. It'd be get guys going. We're going to the black house. I like it. The tech whilst attack house black house. Yeah, I'm cool with it. I don't give two craps about you. Have you seen the size of the Washington memorial that thinks should be black? Yes. Anything? That's clearly not or yellow black baba. That's dang on. All right. That's a very good one. Your turn. Go ahead. Not so sticking with the college thing. Now, I had to look up this college in Massachusetts mount holyoke Hong holy hawk H, O L Y O K E college. Holy okay. Any? Okay. Okay. Any holy. Are you okay? Well, they hired a new police chief Daniel Hiatt, and he was pretty stoked. You know, even tweeted out like, hey, you know, pretty pretty excited just accepted a job. Well that didn't last long within a few hours. The students had does some background to his tweets tweet history in that he is retweeted in liked some NRA tweets and Trump tweets on the wall. They made complaints. He was almost immediately suspended. Right. This is police chief police chief campus secure campus police. Okay. Okay. Yeah. 'cause they have like pretty legit cops usually on the because frigging rape and everybody. Yeah. I mean, one in what are we up to now fifty percent of people in college campuses or raped? I don't know they wanted six dudes in. Other the other fifty hate crimes. But no. So I thought that was pretty Sally. But. Hecht in true fashion decides it you know, what? Let's have a conference I'm gonna fix this. Okay. So I he goes any polishes, which we know how we feel about that. But then he tells the audience that would Trump did something that I thought he did. Well, I wanted to like his tweets in hopes that it would lead to more good behavior. So he was trying to guide the behavior of Trump, and he apologized for tweet about the wall, which only within the last couple of years. So everything's changed since he got the job. Okay. Calling it a huge mistake. Yeah. Huge huge. It's a big mistake. Claiming he was very appreciative of the level of participation of the community on the campus for bringing this to his attention at this point. I hope he didn't keep his job to jam. They're still going through the thing has said whether or not he's completely going to. I hope not. But yeah, he's a. He's put on leave still because I figured it out. But who's the Sally them are him him? Okay. Just make your Sally. He is the true Saudi for not being like, look, dude. I'm cool for the second amendment. And he's the president. Yeah. But they said that they don't feel safe with a guy this as their police chief that is such a proponent for hate in danger, and or whatever aggression and all this crap. And I'm like. I if you wanna cop you on the not, hey, aggressive wanted to be pro gun. You would like to have a cop knows how to use a weapon he's gonna conference thirty years. Well, my not had thirty one. I'm bringing him up though is for to just man up in a minute frigging. Sally. It's not that strong tender. It's a very strong contender. It was really hard to find a good solid contender. Yeah. Yeah there. Yeah. But there's a lot of them. But yeah. All right. Well, that's gonna throughout ill Haro mon- congresswoman ilar Oman church-state way for the politics. I know do like exactly what you're obviously, we all I know. know it during him interview, she said, and I quote care. It's care was founded after nine eleven because they recognize that some people did something and that all of us. Muslims were starting to lose access to our civil liberties. So she was that something that something that they did was nine eleven. And like. Just referring to it that way as a congresswoman because yes, we've made nine eleven jokes tragedy plus time equals comedy..

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AZ zoo jaguar attack during selfie is ‘crazy accident’: woman

Wake Up Call

03:15 min | 2 years ago

AZ zoo jaguar attack during selfie is ‘crazy accident’: woman

"He's a kid in a more entertaining story of idiocy. Oh, women decided as she said the zoo in Arizona decided to take a selfie with a Jaguar and it didn't go. Well, let me think. Yeah. Attack. Lady Jaguar, right, hops. The fence goes up next to the cage does a selfie with Jaguar and the Jaguars just reaches through and just grabs. Her claws in the Jaguars any black cat. We have speech you mean jazz. Not a species is what no I don't think. So that it's it's handy term a nomenclature. Any black even like a house cat. Yes. Do you have a black house? It's a Jaguar. Okay. No, no. Can you look that up? I think it's any black cat and like a panther is considered. It's also a Jaguar. I think so well, we'll see let me let me look let me roll my eyes at Jennifer's second. It doesn't seem right away in camping right to you. It doesn't feel right. Well, anyway, here's the deal and to be clear there's a barrier that will protect you. And she jumped it, right? So people were like, you're not going to do anything to the Jaguar are you? You're not going to put down the Jaguar. And the zoo released a statement saying we can promise you nothing will happen to our Jaguar literally when I Google Jaguar. What comes up is a picture of a like a spotted like a leopard. Black a black levered Aleppo is jam war. I'm still confused right now. I don't really I'm just telling you. It's just one of those things. Here's the one thing though, that it's kicking my tuition about this story. Read the headline Jaguar attacked women taking picture at Zona. Makes you think that the Jaguar went like screaming the air, slashed or no. And this Jaguar also apparently attack somebody else last year at the zoo who also freaking jumping, oh, the story about the woman who is there next to the gal who was being attacked by with bottle, large CAD. That is. Or is known as Jaguar is the other woman. I put her water bottle through the fence, and sort of shook it around in the eldest Jaguar distracted in a missile attack, e was able to extricate herself. She'll be fine. Yeah. I mean, she you know, she hospital, but she'll we haven't looked that up yet. What black cats are jackass or Jaguars from a quick Google shirt? Search you're wrong. But I will. Okay. Well, what does it Google search say this is why you're in the radio? Hi. Fine, fine. Okay. Let's move on. It's like saying any black car is a Jaguar if the Jaguar it is. All right. The president. Okay. We'll see we'll see by the way, someone's looking it up and they're gonna Email Twitter to add. Twitter. I am wrong occasionally rarely but I am wrong. It has happened from time to time. Yes. All right. Let's just move

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"black house" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"black house" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Is unlimited all the black panthers that you can stack i i wanna be clear chuck text me this morning did the interview we didn't start this fire all right let me ask baba was already he already been to outlive formations standing you appointed me the quick response black panther team and i wasn't able yesterday well and that's why shoot at you picabo yes what about a swamp monster i don't know choctaw county that your wife probably be up saying okay kidding aside let's talk a minute about the situation because you know anytime you're if some what what's going to happen say someone guns down the elusive black panther in somebody's house cat i mean is that but that's highly possible you know all jokes aside i make picture video and ninety percent of the time it is a big black house cat eighteen twenty pounds and under certain lighting conditions under certain situations and like baba mine ruins wild and believe it so that you know that's the thing we do have buyers here we definitely don't want anybody to shoot a buyer there's hogs there's coyotes that could have the main in look dark a lot of people see an otter believe it or not because otters are dark colour that got alone table so there's all kind of critters out there that you could mistake for it yeah i said to this chuck i'm sorry man is that we've all seen and you can confirm this the black pigmentation shows up in like cow these i've got some of my farm letter that are midnight black and wait call a to stay usually they got white store in the center of their chest might have great flex but they are black so absolutely the the well documented florida panther and i'm using the street name for what actually is that panther cougar one they're all the same critter juice used effort common night.

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NSAIDs may increase risk of irregular heartbeat, study says

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:07 min | 3 years ago

NSAIDs may increase risk of irregular heartbeat, study says

"Regional trains will run airports eight thirty percent of flights to and from paris will be cancelled air france plans to maintain longhaul flights but warns of disruptions on european and domestic flights some schools will also be closed new research adding to concerns about some common pain killers cbs news medical contributor dr tara narula says the findings are in the british journal of clinical pharmacology in this study what researchers did is they looked at about fifty thousand middleage taiwanese individuals who reported using prescription doses of says and they look to see if there was an increased risk of atrial oh fibrillation which is an irregular heart rhythm and he didn't feed find an association now eighth means the top chambers of the heartbeat chaotically that can increase your risk of stroke and heart failure the thinking is that possibly a changes blood flow to the kidneys raises the blood pressure causes imbalances and potassium stretches the top chambers of the heart and that can trigger the atrial fibrillation studies have suggested a link between over the counter and said and a greater risk of heart attack and stroke the pope is heading to wireline to the summer abc's tom rivers with his itinerary i'm august pope francis will visit the one staunchly catholic country that's been devastated by the church's sex abuse crisis the last pope to go there john paul the second back in seventy nine the ireland today very different in recent years it's legalized gay marriage over the church's objections and this spring it's due to hold a referendum on overturning a constitutional ban on abortion wbz news time one fifty one net flicks is taking some heat for showing too much smoking on screen as mark mayfield reports the criticism comes from the anti tobacco group truth initiative the group looked at the fourteen most popular shows from the streaming service among people ages fifteen to twenty four it found three hundred nineteen incidents of tobacco use more than twice as many shows on other platforms stranger things set in the nineteen eighties had the most with one hundred and eighty scenes with cigarettes other shows at the top of the list included orange is the new black house of cards and.

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"black house" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

Scummy Mummies

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"black house" Discussed on Scummy Mummies

"You keep going henrique rent know you should only feed higher and the lights on threat called modest digested it appraised says sorry alec minutes ago mccurry milk we should say that you'll from japan the la you want to raise your baby by lean go i have few friends who are kind of my h who who them moms that japanese and they're like biting gold they black housing top in ah doubt pink they brighter ladies as well but they will say to me until they realized how valuable this thing to be a bilingual they didn't go with the moms because especially through that teenage as you know if they were to speak to the moms in english because that will be easier things did and they'll just at in mumtaz blancan why that's why this quarrel cool exactly sunday will i like it nasa it will become mind discipline my other half is okay with it because he loves language but i know some people have difficulty or problems with the understanding what i'm saying to a baby so i am very aware in the public if i have other companies by still need to do it near to give peres guys neronha on aren't you don't even talk to you by laws and like central that his potential favoring australia v the orlando moura iran they're all rain yet israel would want kids were toddlers daiei spike in a really big constrain accent because we did arne may and the aci now i.

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"black house" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"black house" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Forty prime time network shows in black house uh holds bush smoking gun ah a mere break while and so they they go through all that so it's like and then they go through everthing to go racial was her illustrated done list breakdown the complaints rachel was a workplace harass sir is that was a female empowerment storylines suggesting women turned the tables on men both by being the boston by using their power to seduce not that many men would complain about being sexually harassed by jennifer aniston i use the tyler was the black actress thought of that that joined the gassed at some point later in the years i watched uh i watch some of the first probably three or four seasons because the show was a white privilege nine diverse just plain racist almost nothing about friends reflected reality they are not the airplane terminal sizable your room for the set a punchline dialogue uh nor the situations uh new york city in the 1990s in today may be a diversity because any restaurant in manhattan and report back on what you see white people still mainly hang out with white people blacks people still hang out mainly with black people moreover as on friends people further sort themselves out by education age and even job category 20something professionals from selected colleges mainly hang out with other 20something professionals from selective colleges the show was called friends not cry rush france's homophobic and transphobic the word transphobic barely existed in the 1990s because everyone thought transvestites were hilarious including the transvestites themselves who embraced the term dragqueen right there were transgender was barely used either and the story line about chandler's dad was about the son's growing acceptance if you can't see the humor in the.

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"black house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"black house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"At rosedale how far oh i now because seconds yet the earlier ruled anyone's eligible they just had aligned clear yet tonight five seven there's a lotta great sales and things just for tonight sell at check that out in little giveaways they've little good he's little things going on each of the source here so it's a one day to hop on atarot center how's the rosedale singer in the the remodel common uh the direction construction have you been in their lately luxe i have it looks really good they are covered along the rotunda while that is getting quite a transformation it's going to be beautiful the great thing right now is that they are doing all of the work that construction work the rennovation at night so does all all with your shopping good the deal all that's fine he is and that's a good idea because you know you don't want to be walking out of an an republicans smelling sawdust or anything dostam oh yeah poxy senior poxy donovan within his picture stop by his i i'm alone deny once again column leave me alone and night now so i have nothing to do so if you want to find me follow rosedale instagram and follow the story because that are you taking it over nadal little close yeah he's going to be like find me right by the black and white good apparel like this yes that that you are so happy you're there yet yes yeah yet white house market out fake you i always say white horse black black monkey and i'm like we this care is really not even close not real that's not a thing what yeah but no that it you see did i look at all is it white marked at black house well it's boiler my rent flat wirehouse blackmarket white house market but there aren't monkeys i can guarantee that or horses white house spot yeah white house blackmar yeah that's wallet he's sort this some really key things that are those of half of color right now to pop of blue nicodeme like royal blue out sunday's by always that type of store that stores any reminds me of.

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