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"blackman" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

06:46 min | 2 d ago

"blackman" Discussed on Broken Record

"With smart analysis. Don't waste your time. You can listen well, TV goes to commercial we out walking the dog. Subscribe now axios today and we'll see their. Expert. We're back with Carlos Santana and Cindy. Blackman. It was thrilling for me to be in the room when you're playing because it really felt like there was a presence at the space beyond any of the people there is that ability to call up that presence is at always been there for you. Pretty much pretty much. So you know it's I had this dream on my birthday. John Coltrane came to visit me. I had this visitation. I. Don't even call it a dream. I went to see in my dream a into here. John McLaughlin. Catalyst this funky club in Santa Cruz. And I was getting ready to get close as close as possible to the foot sits in front stage as much as possible while he was fixing issues in two innings guitar and I don't know where. Partying the crowd was John Coltrane and with his hand stretch out to me and he grabbed my hand it looks me the I. Look at me in the eyes and he says, Carlos. What's the purpose of divine intention out? And I I immediately said to uplift those into the awareness of their own light. When I woke up. Semi. I won't. season. is in the in telling her the dream in my phone rings in John McLaughlin from Monaco. and. So I told John the dream he says while brother absolutely something else he I had a drink to adaptation to. Came to visit me no way I. Swear you know so for him and I. and. Steven Ray does that a lot to me BB? Jackal. I'm okay with people thinking that I'm crazy because I have more latitude left. People who crazy they don't have any latitude at all the normality is really boring and you know with a ceiling I don't have a link. So this visitations cindy has her own in. There's clues in there. And the the there is like. Reading reading a book and you outlined certain things are out like a love letter to yourself. And and so I can see the this miraculous thing has to to do. Possibly calling John to help us here in air you know maybe to career in certain places But I want so that a child can understand is important at a child. Can you know it just be mesmerize in be uplifted from herself or himself into a place of? Total wonderment. If as if it's too complicated and and you have to go to college to understand it, it's no good for me When you when you when you play melodies because you Melodies are so intense in and the town is so beautiful. That you you capture that you know like Miles Davis, you know he plays one note and everybody is feel it is. Yeah experience you know. So you have that would whatever you're playing I am here in this planet this incarnation. To Bring Healy, any raise the distance, Aleutian? Between you in your highest you. Beautiful that's it. Yeah. To end this album miraculous I wanNA ended with. Doody Dido. Dude. Do you know the risk. Life is bad dream. Glass I say you got reach the children met. All Ages. You everything that you do. Doodoo. The. Centers. Play something in the set in front of a lot of people when you play with the dewey brothers and. I'll do it. Dude To be the, whole goes. Live. Is. Dream Okay. See You later you know. At that point there's no republican or Democrat or this, or that is just you know ask what's happening. Beautiful. Thank you. So. Great to. Hear you speak. Always, do like I at always feel like I've grown when I get to spend time with you. Lag Waste. Was Your sinuses, profound me but I. Hope. Learned so much in that saying nothing like my Elsie No. Thank you. Thanks Carlos Santana and Cindy. Blackman for sharing their vision with Rick? You can hear our favorite Santana songs and the full Africa speaks album by checking out our platelets that broken record podcast dot com. And be sure to subscribe to our Youtube. Channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast. We can find extended cuts past episodes and also nuance broken record is produced with help from the Arose Jason Gabrielle Fourteen Gonzales Eric Sander and is executive produced by Neil Bell theme you'd expect any beats. Broken record is production of pushing industries, and if you like broken record, please remember to share rate review show and your podcast. I'm just enrichment. Hi Everyone Malcolm. Double. If you're listening to this, you're likely fan of Pushkin shows. So I thought you'd want to know about the special election coverage our partners at Axios for doing many of the stars from Pushkin will be there Jacob Weisberg Noah Feldman from background and Laurie Santa's from the happiness land. Here's what you need to do. Subscribe now to Axios Day on your favorite podcast at and then check your feet for coverage all election week. As results are coming in will have special short episodes with smart analysis that won't waste your. Time. You can listen well TV goes to commercial we out walking the dog. Subscribe now axios today and we'll see them..

"blackman" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

07:55 min | 2 d ago

"blackman" Discussed on Broken Record

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Chilly products offering temperature range between fifty five and one hundred and fifteen degrees. Fahrenheit to suit every sleeper. This holiday season chilly sleep is giving the gift of better. Sleep. Head over to Chile technology dot com slash record for Chile sleeps best deal of the seas. which are offering a broken record listeners for a limited time that's chilly C. H. I L. Technology Dot com slash broken record for your special offer. We're back with Carlos Santana and Cindy Blackman. Tell me about leading up to making your first album. What was playing in clubs was was there a regular a regular Gig at that time? Yeah. Once we formed a band Bill Graham side, we were opening And then he he put his stamp on as he goes. Okay. You're going to open up for the WHO and you an open how money Howling Wolf you're gonNA happen out for. sly, YOU'RE GONNA. You know creedence clearwater. We Start Steppenwolf we effort everybody before we recorded. So you'll basic plane is this material for about a year and a half before we went to the studio we knew it we knew how to you what to do with Jingo. You Know Jingle was we just heard a bunch of Congo players at Aquatic Park in San Francisco and Gary Deli. Square. Blimp Bunch of Congress Twenty, two Congo players won't flute. And they're all chanting jingle out like Oh my God. What the Hell is Jingo you know, how do you know to about ten years ago? The Jingle means goal with God gene go jingle go with go with gut. So it's it's a spiritual there's a spiritual. From, Olatunji. Yeah. Wow. So everybody. What, what are you all called Musica plane. Stepping wasn't credence clearwater like. Looking at especially looking at looking at the audience and seen the immediate. marriage response you know. So by the time we got to the studio everybody was fighting to get us in the in in their record company. Atlantic. And Electra and in Sony. They. See has found his Producer at the time they must they ruling Sunni and produce. Close heavily CIANO in. Animal. Santamaria. So I said Oh he knows how to record Gong is so he? I don't know if he goes to record electric guitars we'll see. And we did an album in La for about two weeks in it just didn't sound. It felt anything like we sound that lives. So we said so. We toll CBS will pay the station, but we're not GONNA be lead. He's not a producer. We don't want him would respect to habit like but no I. I. I know that some people the the first in s both to have a say. So which would you you know they? They choose for you as I don't care. Well, who you going get a wolf is buddy. We literally went to hit Ashbury find that one of the first hippies that we saw in we heard that you could engineer little Bazeley yard one. Yeah, I forget saint. In. So that's what the album honest. Horrible. You know when we first heard in Cambridge Massachusetts one week before we played with stuff I, we came out of the week before we came out played with stuck. And we said wow. As. As it sounds terrible. is in the drums until fan guitar like Oh. My God you know it's unusual that you were that you again at that age had the confidence to say, this is not my this is not our album when you recorded that first one 'cause so many young bands in that position just go with it and feel like because they have gone through the process that that's what it's supposed to be. A It's funny how your competence changes when you're able to play. I WANNA say under but over marijuana LSD. You either become a wimpy. Oh, you become really really treacherous in your convictions like give you an example when we when a Hurd and L. is the. On Friday night party time party time you know this guy And he he's playing that music and all kinds of music because at that time, it was like from a to see in radio any were playing. And I said man, this is a great Saturday night party song like Louis Louis or whatever. You know I wanted to get the songs that that every time you play if like Friday and Saturday after school, you go to a place somebody has a party in the guys in the band we're like this in rock and roll. was like man I don't care where we playing this thing you know. In. A. Lot can be said about conviction not arrogance or but but you have to have the conviction. To go for your destiny sal. I was reading about that this morning coincidentally about star people. Star people have their like ascended beings that transformers of consciousness in new ideas, visions and solutions. Inspire art is musicians to elevate transform illumine consciousness to a higher state. They serve as conduits, mediums, and channels. They have special gifts and heavenly powers. Everyone's imbued with that? But I think that if you're not careful, the world will.

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"blackman" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:38 min | 2 d ago

"blackman" Discussed on Broken Record

"blackman" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:28 min | Last month

"blackman" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Fourth and final segment with professor. Josh Blackman thank you for making time for us. Let's talk about Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her legacy. We were talking about her friendship with Antonin Scalia that surprised a lot of people. They were friends on on the quarter claims and then they brought that friendship and upon his passing you know she made clear what a good man he was what? What a dear friend and his son Chris Scalia has noted that his father's friendship to. Ruth Bader GINSBURG was was very important and I think neither of them compromise their values and it didn't affect their opinions but they did so with much more civility than maybe a political candidates can do and yet sticking to their guns right? Right. Come. Early it would always tell the story where He had circulated a descent. We criticized Ginsburg and she rented like, wow, that's good and she actually modified her majority opinion response to the square descent. and. The ski descent made my majority stronger and they played off each other well It's always good to have a friend who disagree with WHO can tell you screwed up. Yeah respect. Even if you don't change your mind, you can make your position stronger. So Jimmy Carter Appoint Circuit Court of claims in June fourteenth. Nineteen ninety-three Bill Clinton appoints to replace wizar- white. And interestingly, I read that I think it was Orrin Hatch from. Ohio. Republican. Who suggested to Janet Reno that this would be a good nominee. She claimed that at the time she was considered a moderate many people say at the time she was sort of presented as a moderate Clinton. I I think that point was trying to govern from the middle or be perceived as as doing. So why do you think she was put on the Supreme Court what what? What? What about her stood out to the new Clinton administration Well. To Be Frank Clinton's I, I was mad area Cuomo. It wasn't Ginsburg. CUOMO did. Not. Want job. That but that Nair Cuomo's governor Andrew Cuomo's bother. So runs the. Job. Or do you think he feared the nomination process would not be pleasant for his closet? I think he liked being governor and being a court justice need you can't schmooze you can't you know politics you can't do things. KOMO's to do. It's not a job for everyone you know would Barack Obama wanted court justice with Michelle Obama. I mean both lawyers, but it's not a very most of the job is pretty boring. Ninety percent of cases are terrible and they're not very, very interesting. but I think Clinton picked her because he became entranced by her he met earnings just fell in love with her character her story. I think he thought she'd be a very role model for the court and for the nation, there's only one woman the court he wants to take another So so Kuenssberg was his strong pick. The you'd have concerns that our health she was in her sixties at that point Know. Thirty years. So you know the age isn't always clear when you point to how long this four. Well, let's talk about that nine, hundred, ninety, nine, she is diagnosed with colon cancer. She's been on the court for six years. At that point, it would be the first of her five bouts with cancer. Pretty Amazing two, thousand, nine, ten later she has pancreatic cancer, which is a deadly in fast-moving cancer are eleven years later two, thousand, fourteen she has a stint put in. So she's had a series of health problems throughout and there were prominent a court watchers and advocates and Democrats. Liberals who were saying during the Obama Administration. Why why don't we have Ruth Bader. Ginsburg step down her health is is a serious question and give us the opportunity to make that a replacement and she was very clear. I'm not stepping down if the thought was her dying wish was that she be replaced by Democrat which by all hands it is there was your opportunity they squandered that didn't they? Yeah I mean look this is this by celebrity gets your head. For years that she would retire with eighty two would always say one, eighty, one, eighty, one of eighty that was it, and then we turned age like well, our retirement I. When I can no longer do the job full steam so she's lying theirself right she protruding mortal she thought she was invincible. She could've retired in the first two years the Obama Presidency when a Democrat sixty senators and he could have picked anyone they wanted point someone twenty years younger. Inter would say what you think Obama could take someone better than you. Yes someone. Who Twenty Years Younger Right I don't want to Caliph against justice who who is younger would have been. Better in the long term. A Lot Democrats colder selfish and and frankly she she was Now, her dying words were most fervent wish replaced by the next president. Now, just think about those words per minute Michael, the next president. Trump. Wins reelection invert. Thank you might see open for five years. So Twenty, twenty one. That's what she's a twenty twenty six. My math is right. Right. No from twenty five, I can't do math. I. Don't know. There's anymore twenty, twenty, five It's a very partisan statement and it's unfortunate that her last words the public or her, you know a two-day right? Her final parting words are. You know, trump. She's done that before right and that's the main and I'm troubled by this canonization of her is that she's one of the people you called or pop icon which to some extent she was they made her one. She made herself into a partisan and the court has always stepped away from that and steered clear of that and yet she embraced that and further that and I think it's a terrible trend and it doesn't end well and I think we should note that we can do all the encomium. We want them what a great person she was but truthfully, she was bad for the court in that way. I I got dragged on twitter earlier and I was basic criticizing her part in statements and I get it. No one likes speaking. It's still a the other debt and. I it's. A limit my Chris into this one point. her comments put the court in a tough position. To, go to ever feels the GINSBURG seat will now be who a heck upon it as Ruth Ginsburg great for the heck from any point Barrett that you know she didn't comply through theater wishes. I wish kinser Kevin said that she put her colleagues and a successor in a very tough spot. She didn't need to. You know like we we see a lot of people are Ritu worries like no they they'd be right or betrays advance and they're. Don't vote for trump and people are dying worth or don't vote for trump and and I I can't get that that a person's life. Has To be so bound up in this. Off a moment that user hardy more not want. Peace I want equality or you know whatever the the NBA putting the back of their jerseys I stopped watching by the.

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"blackman" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:55 min | Last month

"blackman" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Passing of Ruth Bader. GINSBURG. On Friday. We have the ultimate expert the man who knows everything on the subject Professor Josh Blackman. The South Texas College of law professor a senator. Ted, Cruz took to Fox News and CNN and ABC in number of outlets over the weekend to make the point that we must have nine members of the Supreme Court with an election forty odd days away we need to be able to have a five four majority because this election might be as two thousand was sent to the Supreme Court for determination in four four split just won't get it your thoughts on what if that happens Lord Health. I. Really we can pray with judge. Barrett. Maybe. you know I I think Michael. There's an easy answer questions in a hard answer the question I'll give the easy answer i. If court devised for two four. At Happens to a lower court ruling would with sand. So, let's say the Federal Court appeal rules for trump. That's what's answer state Supreme Court ruled for Biden. That's what would stand. So the is the court goes four, four ruling and the and the little stance but. There's no obligation that trump abide by that, and which is why it dangerous I think we're cruises getting not the crisis if the court goes for for. The crisis is a trump abidance screw this. I'm not Langston Silly State Court decided election right? You know these are elected judges no penalties court you have you know majority of democratic appointed justices right? The partisan there you know they they're not life tenured judges. Texas we ever. All Republicans Prem- court. Right, if you have a political cream court where people appointed by the governor's political party and he served for election. are these people you want the citing A. Presidential election. and I could see trump and frankly I biasing screw this, we're not letting the. picture Wisconsin Supreme Court, which is now all Republican decide the election. at that point very. Ugly. Very Grim. because once a presidential candidate says, we're not following ruling. There's no arbiter. In Two thousand Al Gore Whatever's works that I'm GonNa all this judgment or matter what and he did not march in the streets either not you know the militia he just relented. I don't know if trump reminded. Let's just make it even let's say the Pennsylvania Court rules for Biden or the Wisconsin's report for trump. And then there's no supreme court revolving thing. I don't know what happens what we're serving gray area. Where It's not clear. someone's sworn in on January twentieth. I don't know who that person is. I think riots I think violence I mean look at the violence and right on the streets the past four months. we have a pandemic going on for you know forget about that but you know soft wash your hands every every half hour It's it's scary I don't know how retirement such a tipping point. That we don't have a NEAT resolution that issue. So I pray that whoever wins wins by a large margin where it's not needed to go through these process. but look these absentee ballots, mailed delays we have everything on the world. It's going to be ugly than actually my Frankel I'm not optimistic I'm sorry. What does Ruth Better? GINSBERG's absence from the court take from the court good or bad indifferent. But but what what was her presence in? How did she affect the overall court? Justice, Ginsburg. General for influence was not to majority opinions shoes mostly in dissent or career. Couple of significant cases love gender rights and women's equality but I can Kathak one hand most of your work into sense. And she wasn't even the primary dissenter for most of our career justice Stevens he mentioned was the you know the senior liberal he would take all the good distance from self. So Justice Ginsburg doesn't have that many. You. Know. Faintest opinion should I can count them on two hands they're not many but they exist. So. Palace, but immediately, her impact have a huge. HAVE HUGE IMPACT I. Think she cheese served at different role. she was a pop icon, which is not easy. It's global celebrity this little women, Brooklyn Five foot nothing maybe we'd ninety pounds became. ICON and stunning. I mean just think about that. They're very justices who can achieve celebrity. And perhaps just as chief celebrities kind of productive the lose their bearing be happens to her some time ago. But she on I think there are lots of young women throughout the world he looked up to her. You know I liked indicate him but she's not repeat against she can't do that. I like. Her she's not going to achieve a super celebrity. She just doesn't have that that sort of aura around her. I I don't know that replaced just like. Your place in Kuenssberg replaced on that with that impact up by the court. Antonin Scalia called her the leading and very successful litigated on behalf of women's rights, the Thurgood Marshall of that 'cause. So to speak and they were close friends going back to their shared time on the DC. Court of Appeals. was part of her influence that she was certainly more moderate than than Kagan, and Sotomayor and perhaps more likable on a personal level. likable navy moderate not choose present with little member on the court I. Don't want I. Don't want to downplay that. she was quite liberal. I don't think she was moderate but she got along wealth people should important she was able to agree. To disagree. She was able to build relationships with those who disagreed with matters of common interest. Screaming into love opera, they wash opera together. You don't need to yellow some CRA bombs at them every two seconds you can let. Work sit and go enjoy a meal and you'll have a happy new year party and they were very good at that. I don't I. Don't know. That the other judges are quite as good as Ginsburg buzz. pigging might be in. Your brier sort just gets along. but I, think the personal bonded key. That's interesting and you know if you read the brethren, which is the last really. Intense. In my opinion review I mean Mark Levin wrote a Thome Thousand Page Tome on that but the brethren really captured. What? A what? A what a fraternity that is of these people who were kind of walled off like monks. Away. From Society, you know a serving their penance at least that's the way it used to be. We'll continue our conversation with Professor Josh, Blackman of the South Texas College of law coming. Up. Then sum. Ting, Wong will.

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Man Arrested After 2 Deadly Shootings in Brooklyn

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Man Arrested After 2 Deadly Shootings in Brooklyn

"Is in custody in connection with two deadly shootings in Brooklyn. Police say the suspect, identified as a 41 year old Hassan rank allegedly shot and killed 39 year old Ansel Blackman this out from Friday night the victim found right in the middle of the street after being shot in his face following a dispute rank also suspected in the fatal shooting of a 20 year old DeAndre more earlier this month in the injury of a 36 year old woman. Ring facing charges of murder, attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon.

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Man Shot In Face, Killed In Crown Heights, New York City

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Man Shot In Face, Killed In Crown Heights, New York City

"A 39 year old man was shot and killed Friday afternoon in front of a church in Brooklyn. Police say that victim is identified as 39 year old Ansel Blackman. He was shot in the face after a dispute in front of the Miller Evangelical Christian Union Church in Crown Heights. Blackman, sister in law says. Blackmon's wife heard the gunshots but thought She didn't think that's what they were on the phone talking to my sister for. They live upstairs and she was like I'm here and shuts. He said. I will happen as it is by a by a cracker. Blackman was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. The suspect did manage to get away. No word on why that argument

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Netflix to Invest $100 Million in Black Community's Financial Institutions

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:44 min | 4 months ago

Netflix to Invest $100 Million in Black Community's Financial Institutions

"Joined today by Bloomberg Entertainment reporter Lucas Shaw and Lucas Netflix is pledging $100 million to help black communities in the United States. Where is this money going to go? Do we know It's going to go to financial institutions that in some way lent money to or support black communities. A lot of institutions will be black owned or Or black lead, you know, One of the 1st 1 is Hope Credit union whose CEO Blackman and Bill Bynum, another $25 million is going to the Black Economic Development Initiative, which is a new fund that's gonna invest in black of financial institutions. But the big goal here is to try to take out of some of their cash and give it to institutions that can help facilitate investment in black communities and that the initiative was inspired. In large part by theory of research on the racial wealth gap on how much less capital a lot of black Americans have access to than the average white Americans. For example, besides the benefit of the direct access to money that these communities will now have What does it say that a big companies like Netflix is doing something like this? You know it send the real signal to a lot of the other big companies in the U. S. And around the world. This is the second pretty significant action that that Netflix our CEO Reed Hastings has taken Reid Hastings. Donated $120 million of his own fortune, historically black colleges and universities and I think that was really hoping that this particular commitment will inspire other companies to do the same because Netflix compared to some of the other big tech company has a relatively small amount. Of cash on hand. It's got about $5 million right now. That sounds really big. But then when you think about the fact that companies like Apple have hundreds of billions of dollars in cash, and they're bound sheet if they committed Tio investing some of that money or shifting some of that money Into some of these other financial institutions. That could really be a huge benefit the black communities across the US well, and then that makes me wonder how much weight does Reed Hastings carry in the tech community? I mean, the fact that he's done this Is this likely to inspire others? He carries a lot of weight. I have to say, you know, he is somebody who is very well respected by his peers. He was one of the co founders of Netflix. Prior to that, he found it a couple of other tech companies. He used to sit on the boards of both Facebook and like a softy with the biggest tech companies in the world, and he is really somebody So I think it's seen as one of the leaders in that community that being said he is a little bit of a lone wolf. He kind of he does keep to himself to a certain extent. On doesn't put himself out there in the same way that that may be a mark Tucker Berg does he sit. He has very specific causes that he focuses on me spent a lot of his adult life. Investing money and education, which is why his personal investment in the HBC use without a shock. But you've seen him come out pretty strongly following the death of George Floyd and kind of position Netflix as as a leader trying to invest in black communities, and if if that's going to be a place that he puts his time on energy and money, I think he'll probably push a lot of his peers to do the same. Lucas. Not a lot of time left. But is he doing any work at home if you will, because Netflix doesn't have any black executives. Yeah, it's the 3rd 92 at Netflix really does have to improve its own diversity, especially senior leadership position. None of it really is a black. It has one black board member. But that is something that executives the company acknowledge. Must be worked on in the years ahead. Lucas.

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Rockies star Blackmon has tested positive for coronavirus

Total Information PM

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Rockies star Blackmon has tested positive for coronavirus

"Charlie Blackmon of the Colorado Rockies has become the first Major League Baseball player identified as testing positive for the coronavirus this is a confirmed test results to the Associated Press there's been no official announcement the Denver post first reported Blackman's conditions saying yesterday that three Rockies players have tested positive the post reported black men tested positive last week after workouts at Coors field in Denver the newspaper said the Rockies then close the ball park following MLB

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"blackman" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:48 min | 7 months ago

"blackman" Discussed on AP News

"You my name is **** galore honor Blackman's most famous role was the pilots with her own Air Force in the movie Goldfinger she said for years that she was not a bond girl she told the magazine TV times in 2014 **** galore was a career woman Blackman also played Cathy gale the anthropologist to new judo who was introduced in the second season of the 19 sixties TV series the Avengers she also appeared in British and Australian theatre productions I marches are a Lotta

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Honor Blackman, who played Bond's Pussy Galore, dies at 94

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Honor Blackman, who played Bond's Pussy Galore, dies at 94

"You my name is **** galore honor Blackman's most famous role was the pilots with her own Air Force in the movie Goldfinger she said for years that she was not a bond girl she told the magazine TV times in twenty fourteen **** galore was a career woman Blackman also played Cathy gale the anthropologist to new judo who was introduced in the second season of the nineteen sixties TV series the Avengers she also appeared in British and Australian theatre productions I marches are a Lotta

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James Bond girl and 'The Avengers' star Honor Blackman dies at 94

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

James Bond girl and 'The Avengers' star Honor Blackman dies at 94

"The British actress who played the bond girl in the nineteen sixty four movie Goldfinger has died honor Blackman was ninety four in a statement today her family said she died peacefully of natural causes at her home black one was arguably the most famous of all the

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Chryl Laird, "Steadfast Democrats: How Social Forces Shape Black Political Behavior"

The Electorette Podcast

10:02 min | 7 months ago

Chryl Laird, "Steadfast Democrats: How Social Forces Shape Black Political Behavior"

"I'm Jen Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with Cheryl Laird. Shirl laird is a professor and political analyst who specializes in race and ethnic politics and political psychology and she joins me to discuss new book titled Steadfast Democrats. How SOCIAL FORCES SHAPE BLACK POLITICAL BEHAVIOR? She Co authored the book along with Ishmael White and if they analyze historical data to better understand why black Americans by far the most unified racial group in American politics and our conversations share laird and I draw parallels to the historical examples from the book and we correlate them to more recent political events. Like of course the Democratic primaries instance. This is a book that I personally will have to read more than once. It's that important. So without further ado here is my conversation with Cheryl. Layered sure leered welcome. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you for having me you know. I just have to say when I was reading this book as a black woman. It was really interesting because I was basically reading an analysis of my own political behavior. And I've never actually read it examined in this way. It was really strange for me to read this. And because I don't think that much about my own political motivations right like I think about policy but I don't think you know why Democrat. Why have I always been a democrat? Why do I never question right and that was really interesting for me yet? No I think That's literally what are trying to do with this book and we also are african-american and I'm trying to speak from experience of understanding politics in a particular way And often I think the literature thus far in some of the fields of political science sociology and other areas where they examine behavior and even in this case political behavior. We haven't really seen something that takes on this kind of question And particularly like wire wiser people doing this thing The way that they're doing it and we're able to really tackle it in a political science sort of way but a lot of it is based off of our own lived experience as African Americans and understanding that politics works differently. Yeah and so. The thing is the open. The Book Win Alabama Senate Race Between Doug Jones Roy Moore. We all remember that race for some really terrible reasons because of the allegations around. Roy Moore but what? I think what keeps happening elections like this. Is that people try to analyze and predict a black voter behavior. Right they have all. These assumptions aren't right. And then what happens? Is that black voters in surprising them like they did in this election. I think ninety eight percent of black women voted for Doug Jones then it was following that when Tom Perez made this statement online that Blackman backbone of the Party and I think that was the first time that someone at that level of leadership the head of the DNC made a declaration like that and acknowledged that publicly. I think that that's that's right. It's like it is. It is clear that the partisan norm is very strong. The loyalty to the Party is incredibly significant. And in this defining to the Party itself and its success in numerous elections and I think the Alabama election would just put that into high relief. A you're just able to really see that at work and black women being like the people at the front lines of it not only in the voter box but also on the ground like they were the ones shepherding. The grassroot efforts on the ground they were the ones behind a lot of the the poll souls to the polls or gathering people up to get them to go vote informing people about what was going on And so they are. They're they're doing that work for the Party and often just getting knowledge for it. So what actually happened in that race? Why wasn't it as predictive as people? Thought? Alabama is typically. A red state was at the mobilization on the ground that happen in the context of the election right so we have two individuals Roy Moore and Doug Jones and Roy Moore has especially this incident that comes up about Some sexual impropriety. Right like this situation of pedophilia as part of the conversation. But I also think part of the reason why people didn't see it coming is that the speaks a lot to the data that gets collected that goes into the predictive models of elections. Which is the sample sizes often in those data are very small when it comes to the African American sample And so if you do not have very good. Data data that is large in terms of the size of the black sample. That's in it. Additionally that is broad in that it's not just focused in any one location but is spread across sets of black communities the predictive nature than of what you're going to get from that data is not going to be right. Like a selection bias can create a problem with that Additionally I think people also don't know of some of the resources that African Americans are often dealing with in this case if we look at in political science the way that African Americans participate in politics all of the indicators that we typically use things like education level income on all typically are things that would say what is likely for someone to participate. African Americans have to make up for all of that because they're very resource deprived especially in a place like Alabama. And so what you then have to rely. On our black institutions black churches black colleges like organizations became the frontline for trying to mobilize people and again most types of tapping of that information through polling or through other forms of assessment. If you don't know about that you wouldn't know where to go. Look for it and so people did it. They did it not go look there. They didn't know that people would be energized. In this election. With these circumstances that play to get themselves out to vote and at the partisan role of that vote would matter so much right. Did you think that's true? Nationally that black people are underrepresented in polling. Generally I think they are. I think that's how you get often. Polls for instance. I remember not too long ago. The president had cited to a poll where he said he thought he had a whole bunch of black people who are supportive of Ham radio or something like thirty percent of black people saying they were okay with Donald Trump. The mmediately my thought was I need to see the data because I want to know where the poll was taken. Is this a random? Sample poll is a poll that is targeted to black communities. Are you targeting? This poll to black people at a certain location like what's his taken at a convention of some sort like all of that would matter because it's going to skew the data and if you're not attentive to this in the sampling that you're doing and waiting the sampling and the size of it so often times really. It has to do with the size of the sample often in a poll of maybe a thousand or thirteen hundred people in terms of African Americans that are in that sample. You'll be lucky if you see a hundred people in it well enough when you're talking about about black political ideology and I think another thing that's misunderstood about. The black voting block is just how conservative they are like socially conservative in a lot of ways and I think it's because there's this confusion around. We are generally in allegiance to a non Conservative Party. No I think that's right. I think because we think of ideology and political science typically the conservative Liberal ideology spectrum that we have is used heavily to predict partisanship and in most literature which is often used basically assessing white Americans. What we find is that people's ideology very predictive of their partisanship especially in a polarized environment for African Americans. It's different right and I think part of that has to do with how ideology works for African Americans. Black people are very politically diverse in their views. Say That again why he very click over to the partisan behavior needs to be thought about much more from a strategic advantage at the group is trying to do to be able to minority group in majority system and having a voice but people have varying opinions and a lot of people are very conservative. Especially on things like social conservatism fiscal conservatives on religiosity often as a driving force and we know from data especially from Pew Research Center. They find the African Americans as a racial group are some of the most strongest actors when it comes to their role engagement of religious institutions and those religious institutions are also African American. Right like this is like Martin Luther King talking about the most segregated day of the week is Sunday right. Like that is where they are. And it still is true. So conservatism manifests differently. For Blacks and ideologically. It also is very shaped by race. Where the goals of what people are leaning into in terms of their ideology could have a lot more to do with what they believe is important for trying to improve the status of the group even if they are varying in how they believe one would try to approach that but at the end of the day the partisanship though is done. In a manner that is trying to elevate the voice of the black community And political power in a space where we are a majority based system the one of the things. That's really interesting about that is that it's almost subconscious right. We don't necessarily like myself. I don't think necessarily my role in this larger picture of what we're trying to do collectively but we just we just do it. We just do it. I mean it's interesting because when we presented on this before we like to use this episode of black ish again. I think it's like elephants in the room. Or something to that effect about their son Junior Andrea. Both junior decided that he wants to join the young. Black Republicans Club at school. Or something and Andre is stunned and he's trying to explain it as family members and they all can't understand see China explaining to bow Chinese to his mother And they're both like what do you mean? He wants to join a republic. He wants to be like he wants to be a the Republicans like the League. Keep he wants to go to Banana Republic and buy clothes like they can't even process it because you're right it is become such a partly to be black is to Democrats and people who seem to be different from that are seen as strange right But I think it speaks so heavily to how long this norm of collective group race behavior has been informing black political behavior over

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Trump to ask U.S. Supreme Court to review tax returns decision

Bloomberg Law

04:49 min | 1 year ago

Trump to ask U.S. Supreme Court to review tax returns decision

"President trump has fought all demands for his tax returns in court but it now appears that only the Supreme Court can keep his tax returns hidden a second federal appeals court in a month has refused to block a subpoena for trump's tax returns moving the issue closer to a possible showdown in the Supreme Court the Manhattan appeals court has rejected trump's claim of broad presidential immunity and refused to block the Manhattan district attorney subpoenaed his accountants for his tax returns joining me is Josh Blackman a professor at the South Texas college of law and author of the book an introduction to constitutional law one hundred Supreme Court cases everyone should know this was a unanimous ruling by the Manhattan federal appeals court but it was narrow and cautious tell us about it the issue in this case begins with the New York district attorney and he requested certain documents from president trump accountant and these were documents that were being used for a criminal investigation into comp as a entity as a whole specifically the Manhattan district attorney requested copies of trump's financial records including his tax returns the court then had to consider whether a state prosecutor could request these documents from a third party president trump argued that he couldn't press trump argued that there was an immunity that is because he was president he could go to court and block a state court problem requiring the production these documents the second circuit court of appeals decided that trump was not immune the court held that the documents could go forward he produced this holding doesn't mean that come pre indicted or prosecuted ribbon charged with a crime all it means is that the third party in this case the financial firm would be required to hand over the documents to the government so then how much of a blow is this to president trump's quest not to have his tax returns turned over you know the actor they shoot him have been with us now from what the thousand year at his age that never goes away even if the documents are disclosed to the grand jury that doesn't make them public or easy grand jury proceedings are sealed for a reason what is more possible is that the grand jury Merrick recommend certain types of criminal indictments of if not trump perhaps people in his orbit and maybe that is returning had may go so far as actually like the president either way this is station keep the road going towards various criminal prosecution the trumpet of Confederates address and all the president's claim of absolute presidential immunity from criminal prosecution or even investigation while in office that question the question Sir is lingering what the court did say was that merely having an investigation doesn't rise to the level of a formal criminal charge in other words you can have investigation that may distract the president but that's less serious than the formal criminal prosecution this is the second federal appeals court to rule against trump regarding tax returns the DC court of appeals ruled last month that his accounting firm had to turn over tax records right the junior two cases we have to keep in mind the first is the one in New York and this is by the Manhattan district attorney who's requesting evidence for a local criminal prosecution the second case is based in Washington DC and here at the democratic controlled house is requesting documents pursuant to its impeachment inquiry both of these cases are requesting the same set of documents though for different purposes and I think they're different analyses for each but so far in both cases the court has rejected this claim of absolute immunity for a third party but because both these cases are on a very fast track it's very likely make the Supreme Court decision this term about whether it the the courts can block the sorts of requests in terms attorney said they're going to appeal the second circuit decision to the Supreme Court the court obviously doesn't have to take this case and if there are two case is being appealed let's say the DC circuit case gets appeal to the Supreme Court as well as this and there's no conflict in the circuits how likely is it that the Supreme Court would take this case I think the court has to take it usually the court will pass on the decision where there's not a division among the lower courts but when you have a decision that the president of the United States and you have a decision about whether he is subject to these various kinds of instigation you need a higher authority to

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Trump to ask U.S. Supreme Court to review tax returns decision

Bloomberg Law

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Trump to ask U.S. Supreme Court to review tax returns decision

"A second federal appeals court in a month has refused to block a subpoena for trump's tax returns moving the issue closer to a possible showdown in the Supreme Court the Manhattan appeals court has rejected trump's claim of broad presidential immunity and refused to block the Manhattan district attorney subpoenaed his accountants for his tax returns joining me is Josh Blackman a professor at the South Texas college of law and author of the book an introduction to constitutional law one hundred Supreme Court cases everyone should know this was a unanimous ruling by the Manhattan federal appeals court but it was narrow and cautious tell us about it eight begins with the New York district attorney and he requested certain documents from president trump accountant and these were documents that were being used for a criminal investigation into comp as the entity as a whole specifically this man had just returning it requested copies of trump's financial records including his tax returns the court then had to consider whether a state prosecutor could request these documents from a third party president trump argued that he couldn't press trump argued that there was an immunity that is because he was president he could go to court and block a the court from requiring the production these documents the second circuit court of appeals decided that trump was not immune the court held that the documents could go forward he produced this holding doesn't mean the truck to be indicted were prosecuted ribbon charged with a crime all it means is that the third party in this case the financial firm would be required to hand over the documents to the government so then how much of a blow is this to president trump's quest not to have his tax returns turned over you know the action a shooting have been with us now from what the thousand year at his age that never goes away even if the documents are disclosed the grand jury that doesn't make them public or easy grand jury proceedings are sealed for a reason what is more possible is that the grand jury Merrick recommend certain types of criminal indictments of if not trump perhaps people in his orbit and maybe that is returning had may go so far as actually like the president either way this is station keep the road going towards various criminal prosecutions of trumpets Confederates address at all the president's claim of absolute presidential immunity from criminal prosecution or even investigation while in office that question the question Sir is lingering what the court did say was that merely having an investigation doesn't rise to the level of a formal criminal charge in other words you can have investigation that may distract the president but that's less serious than the formal criminal prosecution this is the second federal appeals court to rule against trump regarding tax returns the DC court of appeals ruled last month that his accounting firm had to turn over tax records right the junior two cases we have to keep in mind the first is the one in New York and this is by the Manhattan district attorney who's requesting evidence for a local criminal prosecution the second case is based in Washington DC and here at the democratic controlled house is requesting documents pursuant to its impeachment inquiry both of these cases are requesting the same set of documents though for different purposes and I think they're different analyses for each but so far in both cases the court has rejected this claim of absolute immunity for a third party but because both these cases are on a very fast track it's very likely might disapprove court decision this term about whether it the the courts can block the sorts of requests in terms attorney said they're going to appeal the second circuit decision to the Supreme Court the court obviously doesn't have to take this case and if there are two case is being appealed let's say the DC circuit case gets appeal to the Supreme Court as well as this and there's no conflict in the circuits how likely is it that the Supreme Court would take this case I think the court has to take it usually the court will pass on the decision where there's not division among the lower courts but when you have a decision that the president of the United States and you have a decision about whether he is subject to these various kinds of instigation you need a higher authority

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LAFC get over El Trafico hump! Zlatan's last game? Plus, ATL roll on, NYCFC biff it & Sounders end Rimando's career

ExtraTime

23:22 min | 1 year ago

LAFC get over El Trafico hump! Zlatan's last game? Plus, ATL roll on, NYCFC biff it & Sounders end Rimando's career

"News it's fair that's the right you have their hand up in fingers out and they'll say five they say five we have I I mean I it's tilting towards that player improves Bob trusts him that player goes out there that player play interested in Blackman say the name of Bachman in this game but he's a second year player he was drafted as a fullback he started as a centre back in the playoffs against lot Abrahama Vich and he was good we see for Dennis to close a became a part of Giancarlo gonzalves not one of them but you're already had seven centrebacks on the roster what we're going to do about him so I would be shocked to see five or six of these names even on the team next year then we saw in the starting lineup that frontline next year as Pavonis Alessandrini Cheeto in the middle of the scar one hundred fifty goals tonight's game on whether it was his last in the last quote it's not about money I have another two months that's on his contract we will see what happens Mike because it also sounds like it might be about that's the type of thing you say when you say if you want people to watch you pay me more money I don't think it is and from like he he didn't do the pre game interview with ESPN and he seemed a little not rattled but annoyed and tailored tweeted out and said one of the Galaxy Representative said he's been like this all week I think some people took that as he's locked in but I took it as he's just kind of a bit annoyed with hall thing and the way maybe the season's gone and you could say there's a million arguments you can make a million different directions one is he's done everything he can the team hasn't put a team around him why should he spend more time trying to make this better you could also say that he came inside concord he didn't win a championship but he's been one of the three best scores in the league over the last two years after he blew out his knee and came back in a new place and did all that so nothing would surprise me but if you're let me to put a guess on somewhere I'd say he's not playing soccer next I got well it I think you're wrong about that but anyway I gotta ask you this what grade do you give Garam Barrow Scarlata for this year now there are extenuating circumstances those circumstances there's lots on anytime you are managing a team was slapped on that is a very very real I'm going to say it's a limiter on what you can do do both with Latin in with the players around now I would not give him any higher than a B minus I think why I think his job was to to construct something behind slot on that wasn't just a complete seve and it was just you had to find a way Eh get some semblance of organisation you had enough especially when pavone came in special players to do a three man game and attacking sense it can work was Unin pavone and fill in the blank even if it's early on tuna in major league soccer you just have to find a way to get your bit-part players of the guys that you picked up have you don't fit for Denison closer maybe we'll never be back but who cares it might be last year the galaxy you gotTa Win some symbols of Organization and structure and competence see defensively to get a better than a B minus grade in this sense he's inexperienced coach he's done before he's been in shaping which I know he's had more talented at Boca Juniors he's played in this league the crew when he played for them if I remember correctly you were not some expansive team he was a difference maker he made the Batak around him better it was down four four one one he played completely free role they had Allie Marino as as a centre forward just dragging defenders around it just to open it you had an opportunity to Kinda almost two structures one is Latin and whoever the hell is up there and the rest is the rest of the team guys just dig in Yeah figure it out getting your blocks don't teams have easy goals and this team I'm GonNa make a guess other than FC Cincinnati probably gave up the most like Oh my God what goals are you kidding me right now that's what how did that happen I agree with you I think it'd be minus is probably a good grade yeah probably for what's going on and I I love Guillermo so for Sir I felt bad going in part of this lots conversations I'm fascinated to see what he does Latin doesn't return like water the allegations he looks like under his vision the way he builds after that a little bit of time but I don't know that he was that creative with formations to say like I gotta figure something out we'll make the post is in but here's my four weeks test this and here's my two weeks attest this and I think in places you mentioned for Bob Rally a young guy will learn and get better where did we see that right who Leonora who played well and then all of a sudden Ralph John Fletcher's the difference maker now John Carlos Gonzales is you're right back the he had three incredible central midfielders they could never really control games like why was that night the tiger let's just see if we can get our foot on the ball on that will be our defending is well control games so grew with we I think a lot of it unfortunate wasn't good enough from him but it'll be interesting to see in year two if he doesn't have slots on how he chooses to play how his team you can kind of understand why it was in some ways because it was like the island of misfit toys and a lot of all these different teams that failed and then they come in you have Gonzaga on your Guy Z.? You lose all of a sudden you have expectations that are always over the maybe the capability of the team especially this era where they've been to close at one year I think you've got to start judging my next especially there's lots on you but you better have had a plan and I expect they do we'll see what that plan is before we move onto union Atlanta to know what you think about Bradley's Will Fang his little spots are who I really respect as a journalist I loves me I think he does a great job I think he's the future broadcasting US bilingual aspect of it with Mexico and the US and legal maximum loss be mashed up into one place he was very dominated his questioning about Carlos Vela and whether Carlos Villa had finally stepped up in a big game and Bob was incredulous and perhaps rightly so in the moment What do you think what do you think it was one person's job to ask obvious questions that everyone in the world is thinking it's another person's set up there to answer those questions I don't think anything that are asked was ridiculous I mean he asked the question he has and he asked the question everyone else and he asked actually and he's set bob up to say there's no chance anyone could say what you just said anymore he was phenomenal tonight he's been phenomenal season he's EP of major league soccer he's the best player this league's ever seen and he's going to go in and MLS Cup yeah it was that simple but it was fun the way it happened Bob a stupid Bob knows a good. TV's Bob knows everybody in that locker room is going to see that see him sticking up four to see him sticking up for for his best player the heartbeat of the team many messy the MLS messy like I I'm not saying like I I'm certain Bob's emotion in that moment because you could see he loves Carla I'M CERTAIN THAT EMOTION and was real but I'm all I think it was somewhat calculated for the to to make that a moment say like see they're always going to be asking this about what s let's go kick set go Seattle's as was win MLS Cup show every let's shut everyone up forever that's what that was I like it if that's what it was I like it I enjoyed it he's like look there's an ESPN ESPN notification that goes out after that you don't see that for they get that for the win I don't think like let let's just if that's what it takes man like you have all the historical rancid it's out there but you know how I feel about this league sometimes flavor man give me some flavor and Bob Bradley absolutely did Elliot C are moving on their the low number one seed remaining they just got to win one game and if they do that most couple in Los Angeles at Bank of California Stadium talk about it on Monday because we're that's the nice thing is Monday comes and we can really dive into Seattle L.. AFC and I just throw something out there sure I would be shocked if Seattle won that game I think that it's going to be more comfortable than the game we just watched this is the third tune in on Monday that producer honors a noted satellite is that the right the right phrasing for that unders Seattle Seattle ish person who's he's not happy with us that's fine we don't here to please you unders let's talk Atlanta Philly Alanna do what they do they win at home in the Playoffs Limitation Games it's eight in a row so far this year us Gut Communist Cup into the Audi twenty playoffs couple of shutouts Philadelphia great season great season Talla gap town gap better players bigger moments we also had this thing where it's like Philly I have eleven great players they're a great group which means they don't rely on one person but unfortunately that also meant if anyone got hurt they were behind the eight ball and you're not going to go in a scenario where you have all eleven guys healthy for every player Front Josie Outdoor Omar Gonzalez are out right Walker Zimmerman and Mark Anthony Care out so every you're always gonNA have injuries miles Robinson and Michael Parkers now not to mention Lee win in that previous like Mark Anthony Cares out loud wind came in and hit a decent philly doesn't have that former MVP game and Broncos on makes a phenomenal save but you as you watch this game it was hard to see where the goal was gonna come from four Philly and I don't think it's knock on them to go on short rest to go on

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"blackman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"blackman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Blackman the pre boilermaker radio network full Manal man that's schedule that would concern me that would that would be my concern is just you know we're now which you have three non conference and the way it stacks of that's that's interesting so we are going to spend some time tomorrow night talking about ball state India's state I you football plus some small college football coming up next we're gonna talk about high school football with the the man who wrote the book what who wrote the magazine Paul Gundry the Indiana football digest you could tell us would ballsy we're talking to Paul so we're we're talk we're to guide you through one a two a three a in the next weekend for a five a six a and then the following week in two weeks from tonight we're kick it off score and they will rob Connellan Bob Lobel this is Indiana sports store this baby shampoo because it's gentle on your baby size make sure his toys don't have any sharp edges always test the bath water to make sure it's not too hot he taught her what to do when the smoke alarm goes off he make sure she wears a helmet when she rides a bicycle he put on his sun screen even when.

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 Verdugo's HR in 11th gives Dodgers 2nd straight walk-off win

ABC World News This Week

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Verdugo's HR in 11th gives Dodgers 2nd straight walk-off win

"In sports Rocky's dodgers ace UIs to note, go fire drive to write Blackman going back in. It is gone. Alex do go the second straight night. The dodgers would it with a walk off Homer. In the bottom of the inject Corrigan with the call. It was Verdoux goes second Homer of the game and came in the bottom of the eleventh, five to four. The final dodgers Colorado. We'll try to salvage the final game of the

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Justin Fairfax accuser calls lieutenant governor a "predator"

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Justin Fairfax accuser calls lieutenant governor a "predator"

"Stanford fellow who is accusing Virginia's Lieutenant governor of sexual assault continues to speak out about the incident. KCBS reporter, Melissa call. Ross has more on what Vanessa Tyson now is saying to CBS news, not only about the allegations themselves, but about Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax's reaction Vanessa Tyson says she was sexually. Assaulted by Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax in two thousand four and another woman. Meredith Watson alleges that Fairfax sexually assaulted her several years earlier in an interview with CBS this morning Tyson says she wants the Lieutenant governor to resign and she wants to testify at a public hearing. I think the Virginia people the voters of Virginia have a right to know. Both my story emeritus story Fairfax he was black has denied the allegations. And compared himself to a lynching victim something Tyson dismisses, given that she and Watson, both are African American black women were lynched specifically trying to protect Blackman and speaking of someone who teaches black politics, I find it disgraceful irresponsible and manipulative in a statement to CBS news. Fairfax says he believes he would be exonerated by a full impartial investigation. The full CBS this morning interview with Vanessa Tyson airs,

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3D printed gun guy arrested in Taiwan on sex assault charges

Joyce Kaufman

03:59 min | 2 years ago

3D printed gun guy arrested in Taiwan on sex assault charges

"New report out that. The three D gun proponent. Cody Wilson, I think is his name. Yeah. He's the guy who came up with the three D printed gun, which I still can't figure out how this is done. Although Hobo has promised to show me one day. David. He gets back. He has just been arrested in Taiwan after being charged in Texas with sexually assaulting a sixteen year old girl. They're Taiwanese officials said on Friday the police arrested, Mr. Wilson in the one wa district of Taipei and delivered into the national immigration agency. The police to Austin said on Wednesday that Mr. Wilson had failed to board a flight back to the United States from Taipei and that they had asked the United States marshals Lone Star fugitive task force. I wanna be on that the Lone Star fugitive task force. I had a cousin who was the United States marshal. She had to give it up. Those like scary scary work a lot of these marshals get shot when they go to execute warrants said which one she had a kid. She said. Do something else. The marshals will return Mr. Wilson to local Austin authorities after he returns to the United States. According to the Austin police department. He had not been charged when he went to Taiwan. So he is not considered to have fled the country. Here's accused of taking a girl he met via the website sugar. Daddy, meet dot com. I should not laugh. It's not funny. Sugar. Daddy, beat dot com to a hotel in Austin on August fifteenth having sex with her and paying her five hundred dollars in cash. Before he left for Taiwan. A friend of the girl told him that he was under investigation for the assault and Taiwan in the United States. Do not have an extradition treaty, but have agreed to provide mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. The state-owned Taiwan Central News Agency reported on Friday that a real estate agent who had seen local news stories about the sexual assault charge told police that Mr. Wilson paid a deposit on an apartment on Wednesday. Yes. He was planning on spending some time in Taipei. Mr. Wilson was arrested by officers with the criminal investigation bureau at a hotel in one. According to the report, he could be blocked from owning a firearm for life so much for your three D firearms. He faces a sentence of up to twenty years, Mr. Wilson, a self-described crypto anarchist to national attention over the summer after he reached an unexpected settlement with the State Department that allowed him to upload blueprints for three D printed guns online in August, gun rights, supporters and free speech groups supported his efforts while gun control activists raised concerns that downloadable firearms, which are difficult to detect and track would endanger public safety Turkey generals from multiple states, father last minute lawsuit seeking to stymie Mr. Wilson last month, a federal judge barred him from carrying out his plan until the lawsuit which by then included attorney generals from nineteen states. NBC was resolved in response. Mr. Wilson said he would sell the files and mail them to. Fire's instead of making them freely. Available online on his website. Defense distributed. Josh Blackman is lawyer and the three D guns lawsuit declined to comment on how the case might be affected by the sexual assault charge. We're still gonna fight for our right for the

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James Blackman Bailey Hochman Francois, Cardinals and Terry Wilson discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

James Blackman Bailey Hochman Francois, Cardinals and Terry Wilson discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

"Alabama starting quarterback will be. Yesterday Nick Sabin was still noncommittal those. Guys have done a great job they both have had done a good job in fall camp and You know we're we're excited about the

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Could Iran Sanctions Backfire On US?

The Oil Patch

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Could Iran Sanctions Backfire On US?

"Talk about. There's some really interesting news that's breaking it's obviously. The sanctions coming onto Iran that President Trump is reinstating this week and there's a. Lot of buzz going on about that but of. Course I wanna know what you think about it, and more importantly is it the, right move for a President Trump, and then how is this going to affect the. Oil and gas or crude oil prices in the supply or, will it have an impact on it yeah. I yes I do, think is the right move particularly you know. Since the president did announced he was. Pulling our country out of that was just really getting an visable agreement for the Obama administration inter. Into, on behalf of this. Country around sponsors terrorism all over the. World. They haven't stopped doing it Oh I got a bunch of money one hundred fifty billion dollars freed up, thanks to that agreement and you know and? They, just, continued their terrorist-sponsoring way so it's been ineffective, to, begin with, and there's no reason for the United States to have been in it in the first place the European countries remain in it they're they're encouraging their companies to continue to do business, with Iran but several big. Companies have already stopped and You know over the next few months is. The sanctions go into? Place and penalties began to be implemented by? The. United, States on companies purchasing crude oil, from Iran I suspect what we're going. To see is most of Iran's supply, taken off the market because companies are. Gonna wanna buy oil that they have. To pay a big fine for purchasing so do thanks right move strategically and and it's the, right move for this country are. Our, principles here in the

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The Battle Over 3D-Printed Guns Continues

Rush Limbaugh

01:01 min | 2 years ago

The Battle Over 3D-Printed Guns Continues

"On John, Cooley this news the surface of John Deere agro Austin's. Mayor Steve Adler is, suggesting council ceased the. Code next process altogether the League Cup an alleged Russian hackers conversations security researcher shows more about the shadowy group of twelve Russian spies indicted by the FBI last month for targeting the two thousand sixteen US elections Austin-based defense distributed vows to fight on after a judge blocks online plans for a three d. printed gun that. Ruling coming from, a federal judge in Seattle hours before Cody Wilson of defense, distributed plan, to release, those blueprints for three d printable guns his attorney, Josh Blackman say sharing this information as a first amendment issue he tries to put some files on the internet that could be, used three d. printed guns and the federal government told them you cannot put these files on the internet even as a way to communicate with other American earlier badger blueprints was released online last week about two thousand people were able to download them that followed a five year legal. Battle in which Wilson did win the right to publish them Patrick. Osborne NewsRadio kill Jay Jay's radar weather launch five ninety. Six, I'm John Cooley get Austin news on demand at newsradiokkob He'll be j. dot com What are you? Get.

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Texas fetal tissue burial law on trial at U.S. court

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Texas fetal tissue burial law on trial at U.S. court

"KRLD weather center. Forecast is calling for well yeah you guessed it more hot weather and discontinues to heat up as we go through the week. High today might make it to one hundred and two and then tomorrow. A little bit warmer we could. See highs one hundred. And seven. By the second half of this week right now eighty seven degrees at KRLD Good morning it's eleven ten Mitch car alive in. The Mercedes Benz of plano news center new minor, league soccer team coming to North Texas the team is, named the Denton diablo's co owner, Michael Hitchcock also owns the Fort Worth that Caros, soccer team there is already one minor league team in the city f c Denton the diablo's have no players. On their roster yet and hold open tryouts in the fall and even though, they so far have no venue the owners expect to begin, play in April and say they want grassroots soccer in Denton. Cameron Fairchild NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD as we know and the President, Trump, and President Putin talked about it on the news conference that you heard on KRLD more Russians. Have been indicted for alleged meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election Senator John Cornyn talked. About a with face the nation's host Margaret Brennan on CBS view this as an act of war given these were mill -tary intelligence officers and has russia paid a price russia's long been engaged in trying to undermine confidence in our democracy it's just that they've their game has now risen to the point where they actually had had an impact obviously we wouldn't be talking about this if if they didn't have an impact and so we better wake up because this is a warning shot for our next elections and we'd better be be ready on the other hand i grieve by friend trey goudy and jonathan turley who wrote a piece recently who said this didn't have an impact and in in terms of the outcome of the election it would be like spitting into a raging ocean and but this is serious and i agree that russians did meddle in our elections and we'd better be prepared for the next time but again there's no indication that had had an outcome out of change the outcome of the election Do you think the president is taking this seriously enough I think the. President is doing what you said earlier which is conflicting the meddling investigation with the investigation into potential. Collusion for which there's been no evidence revealed so far and I think it's personal to. Him because he feels like he is. Is under attack and of course he is the politics, this are very tempting to our friends across the aisle but I think he's conflicting those two as are a number. Of. Other people and we need to keep those separate yes the Russians did metal number two did any American involved colluded with them in and so far there's no evidence that is Senator John, Cornyn on CBS, his face the nation with, Margaret Brennan a federal trial getting underway in. Austin today it's expected to be a five day trial it's the latest chapter in the Texas abortion debate attorneys for the, state hoping to convince a judge that every miscarried aborted or Topic pregnancy deserves burial or chrome if the remains. Were recovered by a hospital or clinic critics of the, law which is. Currently on hold argue that it's only a way to take choices away from women Texas alliance for. Life says the is a way to assure that the remains are handled in a dignified. Manner and appeal to the federal fifth. Circuit court of appeals in New Orleans is likely no, matter the outcome of this trial this week in Austin also in the news the three d. gun is changing the. World. When it comes to gun making a world of gun buying will change August I that's what a nonprofit called defense distributed will be allowed to post instructions online on how to create a, gun using a, three d. printer and the, State Department the US State Department has given. An Austin man the green light to put the files online Cody Wilson is the man who has come up with the fire Files and as of August I anyone anywhere in the world will be able to download the files including the, three, d printable firearm that Wilson calls the liberator of the one of his attorneys Josh Blackman from the South Texas College of law at Houston will be joining us. At eleven twenty with an update on why, this,.

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"blackman" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Is worse like you know killing somebody is worse than you're hurting feelings or whatever but but it's rooted in your captivity a system we only brachman blackman don't get to talk about right that right and existing in them be fully human beings like we're not allowing ourselves to be human is no is doing this to us like yeah we you can free yourself of that if you're listening listening right now you don't have to hold onto this like i'm trying to let go so much of the stuff i've been programmed in my life because you know what what is the value of something that's holding me back right like and it's different for every person but i on my i don't need to hold onto that i don't even believe in that so i do wish people and i think people are starting to but like this dragging tooth and now it's taken stream and screaming for this how thing matter of fact get into the thing i was gonna say is the take a knee protests that people are doing for the nfl right which you know a lot of black mega activated by that like oh they told cabinet you can't have but you're listen you know serious people who know like black fraternity life is already live you know it serious winds cap is our organizing approach you know something is real going down yeah is like listen all of us are work now we are but always kind of i dunno side that protests a little bit because of how it like when it came to that one topic like a lot of black man got super militant but i'm like what about the rampant abuse and misogyny what about the you know like all these other issues within the nfl for this that knowing gave a fuck about and it was like well just shut up we here now you know what i was like two thirty i'm like you know what the bigger greg degraded good are here now maybe shame something and then cam newton a woman female or zeki elegance the domestic violence and watch everyone go right back to like trash again i'm like trash now again but that has a lot to do i've been just learning more you know trying to understand the dynamics between black men and women really from own personal development every a lot of that has to do with that you know masculine energy of like dominance control aide mike fiercely defending you know and so that's why we could ride out for cat because this is wrong and just like i'm a black man he's a black man and that's info it's like it comes from a place of defending which that that strength is necessary but again you know when you look at like the creation of black lives matter or other things that black women lead we come from a place of life for the greater good ryan from a like a more holistic standpoint and that's why we need this shift and we need to wrestle through these things because it does end up actually opening up space for even black men to also be more fully themselves and fully human and that's what it's about but for people who are so strongly identified with the dominant mindset of masculinity if feels like a threat right right i was thinking about that today i was like i was reading my friends base pose and she was saying how it was a joke but it was you know there's always a little bit of truth in humor right she like i'm finally at a place to every time i see a black one man if she's the white man or something like i'll be rude like hey girl and she was like well see a black man with a white woman she's like i finally come to a healthy place where i can say he ain't that you cracked me the hell out right but then i was thinking about this and i was like i is weird because because of how we're conditioned via gender it's like.

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Florida girl forced up tree by hissing alligator is saved by deputy

Steve and Ted

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Florida girl forced up tree by hissing alligator is saved by deputy

"Of florida deputy rescued a teenage girl from an aggressive alligator after getting chased by the gator jordan broddrick climbed a tree to escape mom called nine one one treated jordan was desperately hanging onto a limb for half an hour that's when lake county sheriff's deputy mitch blackman arrived sheriff's office spokesman sargeant matt farner says blackman opened fire deputy actually said the gator started coming towards him and his seen him at that time you went ahead and did what he had to do after getting hit the animals sank back into the water and didn't reemerge tom reghati fox news kfi news time seven ten ten minutes past seven o'clock and right now out there in traffic in wichita we've got stalled out vehicle this is northbound i two thirty five run around zoo boulevard so watch out for this one again that's northbound i two thirtyfive zoo boulevard watch for traffic slow down around a stalled out vehicle traffic update k nss radio i'm jeff chambers now time for the k.

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"blackman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A sophomore and elliott blackman is a junior the school is in the miami gardens neighborhood of south florida which has one of the highest rates of violent crime nationwide and the children who live there feel that everyday i'm more afraid of walking down my street than i am going to school with a gun is less likely to get shot in a school in my cd than it is going outside of the community by warranted store or something like that miami gardens is about thirty minutes south of parkland florida where a gunman killed seventeen people at marjory stoneman douglas high school earlier this year but while parkland has much lower rates of violent crime elliott says the tragedy brought long overdue attention to a crisis that is played her neighborhood for years and unlike the students at parkland for leah and many of her classmates school is the safe space i feel i if it wasn't for the parkland shooting there were never been talk about gun like ever but there's kids out here in black and brown community we've been thinking about gun violence for the longest we've been talking about it for years and years and years and all of a sudden when middle class area get shot at one time by one of their own students now it's a problem now we have talked about it it is sad that a few stories died but then we have people dying every day in our face classmates we can't go outside pass certain times you can't do this you can't do that because you're scared of dying from a gun or something like that it kind of upsets me because like you guys are not thinking about the big picture you guys are talking about one instance that happened one time i'm pretty sure parkland will never have another shooting i can tell you that in my community there will be another shooting sometime soon you all feel to me like a generation that is becoming increasingly politically engaged i mean you have a button on your shirt this is rock the vote i remember when that came out longtime ago but but i feel like there's a new energy in young people today and getting engage particularly young people of color.

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"blackman" Discussed on The Point Of It All

The Point Of It All

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on The Point Of It All

"Glove back like pseudo cinecitta data what you doing we'll reasons she gave like tell us everything the writing on the wall he around on you got about or i'm gonna go with a love you'll we will go we don't we don't know you're right you're right about that all right so this next one is did leave a name but just i guess is questions to me awesome hey on podcast amsoil fifty three you had a song very in that you close the podcast what was the song is sound like if i'm not mistaken is sounds like saul from blackman movie any if nation on song you are right is actually from the white men movie took it from there is as random as that is i don't know how you knew that it is i noticed the song is men of is now if i remember right it was mena visions song called pretty lady is someone does not who version to the song i got the issue mental level version of the song i'm sorry i can give you any more information net minna visions done is the group name at this name songs pretty lady following the song on youtube you find it there that's all i can give you but that's the song i do remember from robbing number where geez white man in i i not the issue on the news that as the end into the show in who thought that somebody would actually about some questions.

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"blackman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on KOMO

"P blackman blackman was lead climbing when he fell twenty feet he landed on a rock ledge below and seriously injured his back rescuers hiked up and treated him until a helicopter could pick him up some from russia has returned to the cascades in search of his missing father komo's mark christopher has that story this week at a son is holding onto hope to find his missing father who disappeared last fall on a hike to the gold meyer hot springs area near north bend surrogate europe off was in town doing business with boeing co workers adjusted to ten mile round trip hike even though charipov was feeling sick he left early and told his friends he'd wait for them in the car and was never seen since his son recently returned from russia searching for his father yukon further experienced the provia like didn't even expect up to be like from dietrich left to hot springs and came back down towards the caretaker's cabin mistakenly took a left that went over an old log bridge that has since been washed out search and rescue have logged over five thousand hours and search hundreds of square miles for he still remains missing mark christopher komo news a man who says he contracted hepatitis c at good samaritan hospital in puyallup is suing that hospital he is one of twenty six hundred patients that may have been exposed to the virus after nurse cora we allegedly shot herself up with narcotics and then use the same needles on patients the lawsuit claims good samaritan failed to address patient complaints about the nurse our concern is primarily on good samaritans practices with respect to their notice that this nurse had medication practice issues and that they didn't do anything about it attorney amanda surly weaver it's been arrested and released on bail her attorney has not seen the lawsuit and wouldn't comment on it today washy just senator maria cantwell was in washington seattle i should say in seattle today pushing for a free and open internet it comes after the fcc's rollback of net neutrality rules can't well as expected to be part of a congressional group to force a vote to block that rollback can't well was it red fin on stuart street this morning we'll be watching week as seattle's controversial head tax gets its first vote in a.

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"blackman" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"All right where are you going on the quarterback front dan what's your question entering spring so we'll stay somewhat regional i'm super curious and there's going to be a shocker again for everybody shocked at chip kelly what florida state is gonna look like at quarterback because there are two understandably decent cases for james blackman andy andre francois and so i'm i'm curious because having seen willie taggart's offense last year it appears and watching him at usf obviously it appears he likes running the quarterback the appears he likes going with tempo he likes having a workhorse running back and he has that in camakers at florida state i am i think leaning towards james blackman a little million i am i don't think it's because he necessarily has a a higher well no i think he does have a higher physical ceiling i'm worried about deandra francois and his sort of low percentage storing downfield because that's what willie taggart likes to do and the combination of jimbo fisher being a much more complicated offensive tactician than i think willie taggart will be i think that's ideal for james blackman skill set i think his size gives them a leg up on andre francois who's probably five eleven six foot so i think durability wise arm wise and just what he will be asked to do a much simpler system i think i'm actually leaning james blackman moving forward especially given the youth so what i'm hearing is that stylistically you think james black men in his skillset.

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"blackman" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on WTMA

"Tv would digital tv it's absolutely amazing how many ways we can reach each other let's move to immigration we've a federal judge by the name of william outs in san francisco who is another disgrace he's ruled that the president of the united states cannot in dhaka which was instituted unconstitutionally as another federal judge ruled by barack obama through a fee so the president of the united states is not free to eliminate daca and the president before him was free to impose unconstitutionally our courts are completely out of control like so much of this government in josh blackman it was an excellent thinker and writer writing at national review on online he's also a professor of law constitutional law at south texas college of law in houston adjunct scoured the cato inched says on january twenty 2017 the executive power peacefully transition from president obama to president trump at least one judge in san francisco didn't get the memo yesterday judge william outs of a l sup ordered the trump administration to keep its pre predecessors deferred action for childhood arrivals daca program in place this remarkable and i would argue pathetic fortynine page order has all.

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"blackman" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Podcasts dot of sorry at blackman podcast is the twitter instagram handle and then blackman pakistan that comes the website also if you rate in review as an iteens give us fivestar reviews on the air okay sorry lord tossing i'm really excited are super we're going to read these african them there the way that does so annoying sometimes i talk about it all the time arrangements fix it okay oh right and you can follow me at chambery arc that's my twitter handle oh in james at james third comedy dot com is website and james a third at james they're comedy on instagram twitter yeah all right i hate that another here we go it this is by a royal t oh let's let's clever i just realized anyway always entertaining been a listener for about a year now discover this podcast while listening to denzel washington is the greatest actor of all time period podcasts when john andrew hour gusts awesome first i would like to say 'please no more south perry review its thank you we actually have to do butu secondly after lewis medical deraz speech on paid in full review i'm curious to know your thoughts on takers it's an unsound balkass of four blackley it's always irs it is the could argue that it just alba's chew lead and produced by ti i'm curious by your thoughts on djalo as lead actress and movies and if she helps the cause at all as a good yeah i like that all right this one is.

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"blackman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Colorado rockies it'll be charlie blackman in centerfield hitting three thirty two with thirty five homers what a year lemay hugh second race easily 316 carlos go jolla should right field having a poor season but hot lately norman are inaudible third base hitting cleanup easily 300 nine thirty four homers 125 battered in harare pirre left field and pasrun playing on a parttime basis hitting three twenty seven story at shortstop got twenty one homers desmond first bays hitting two seventy one lacroix the former brewer he's the catcher hitting two seventy nine as a member of the rockies the pitcher is marquez batting ninth for the giants utter pence is back in their right field panic second base and he has been red hot annex season's average up to eighty nine span its third gin set of for you posied back in the lineup he's the catcher hitting cleanup crawford the judge rbi leader is locked in seventy one but shortstop hitting fifth parker left ear sibol at first base writer jones with third hitting eight johnny cueto the pitcher is batting ninth now this message is sponsored by hanson bridget lawyers you'll like this copyrighted broadcasters presented by authority.

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"blackman" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on Code Switch

"The warehouse begin as he members only club for gay blackman breaking uncle's was out in gay and he played records often obscure unheard records for the queer black folks who came here spin for them that dancefloor with an escape you need you know something the keep you live keep going in this music was of a revival type of music any of the clothes were refuge loft in the paradise garage where these places where like places where people could go really counted to stay alive got stresa life and the gaps everybody telling you that you don't fit in your you know now you come at find a family on the dance floor that family grew from being just clear black men to include quit latinos some white folks artists musicians just marginalize members of society from all sorts of different backgrounds trends the family grew with a spirit of inclusivity this idea of universal dance floor it was no you know light segregation we don't want you open here the was met at is like if you in the spirit and you into this been you need to be here ron trend said that for a lot of people in the scene the warehouse in club like it gave them a communal experience just like going to church is a spiritual experience you know sometimes i south kony's spiritual id but it really is why because you have a gathering the people you have movement it's like a a the body cana carrying out prayer in its own way you know israel is realistic.

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"blackman" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"blackman" Discussed on Code Switch

"The warehouse begin as he members only club for gay blackman breaking uncle's was out in gay and he played records often obscure unheard records for the queer black folks who came here spin for them that dancefloor with an escape you need you know something the keep you live keep going in this music was of a revival type of music any of the clothes were refuge loft in the paradise garage where these places where like places where people could go really counted to stay alive got stresa life and the gaps everybody telling you that you don't fit in your you know now you come at find a family on the dance floor that family grew from being just clear black men to include quit latinos some white folks artists musicians just marginalize members of society from all sorts of different backgrounds trends the family grew with a spirit of inclusivity this idea of universal dance floor it was no you know light segregation we don't want you open here the was met at is like if you in the spirit and you into this been you need to be here ron trend said that for a lot of people in the scene the warehouse in club like it gave them a communal experience just like going to church is a spiritual experience you know sometimes i south kony's spiritual id but it really is why because you have a gathering the people you have movement it's like a a the body cana carrying out prayer in its own way you know israel is realistic.

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