35 Burst results for "Blanchard"

Tyrus: Why I Wear the NWA Title Everywhere

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 4 d ago

Tyrus: Why I Wear the NWA Title Everywhere

"Well, it's a prestigious title and I've held up over a year and it's being on my platform. It's always important to remember where you came from. Exactly. And as long as I am champion, I can bring it, then I wouldn't have it anymore. But when you're the heavyweight champion of the world in boxing or you're super champion where you're ring, I represent that title as long as I have it. So I'll always wear it. People sometimes understand that, but not everyone also believes in representing part of your roots and being selfish and I get this always some critical. You don't have to wear it. You know, I don't have to wear it. No, I don't. But I choose to, for the guys who came before me for dusty Rhodes for R Anderson, Tully Blanchard, the key to call out guys who were that title that I watched as a child that inspired me. So there's a much deeper thing than just wearing on my shoulder. Exactly. Thank you for me. I wanted to take it from me. It won't be there. So retire and surrender it, it won't be there. But

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Curb Your Enthusiasm's Jeff Garlin Is Under the HR Spotlight

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:24 min | 9 months ago

Curb Your Enthusiasm's Jeff Garlin Is Under the HR Spotlight

"I thought I'd talk about the actor Jeff garlin because I spoke on the Patreon earlier today and I mentioned that Jeff garlin from curb your enthusiasm and the goldbergs is in the news. He says he hasn't been fired from his role on the goldbergs, but he didn't admit to being the subject of several human resources probes because of the way he acts on set. If I was still speaking to my brother in law, which I'm not, his daughter, Rowan Blanchard, sometimes has a spot on that show. Maybe she can enlighten me, but we don't talk anymore because my brother in law is an asshole. But Jeff garlin has said to people, no, I wasn't fired from the goldbergs. I've not been fired. No, everything's fine. But he does admit that he's been this subject of investigations from the HR department in each of the last three years because of things he said on set, what she said, oh, I said silly things. They were misunderstood jokes. They rubbed some of the cast members the wrong way. Now, when people talk that way, it's a sign of, do your old, and you don't get what this younger generation puts up

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"blanchard" Discussed on Aria Code

Aria Code

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"blanchard" Discussed on Aria Code

"Now, here on aria code, we always hear from the singers, but never from the composers, because, well, they're usually dead. But Terrence Blanchard is the composer of fire shut up in my bones, and he's very much alive and with us on the show today. This opera is a collaboration with librettist Casey lemons, and it had its world premiere in 2019 at the opera theater of St. Louis. It debuted at the Met this fall, and it's a big deal for so many reasons. Not only is it the first opera to take the stage at the Met after an 18 month closure due to the pandemic, it's also the first opera by a black composer the Met has ever produced. As in, ever. Yao. This was long overdue. Fire shut up in my bones is based on the memoir of the same name by New York Times columnist Charles blow. It's a coming of age story about his childhood in Gibson, Louisiana, a tiny town near the northwest corner of the state. Even as a very young boy, Charles felt that he was different somehow in the way he walked and the way he talked. He felt like an outsider, even within his own family. And family life was not easy. He wasn't even old enough to go to school when he remembers seeing drinking, violence, infidelity, breakups, all the bad stuff. But then, it got even worse. At the age of 7, Charles was raped by his teenage cousin Chester. The rest of his childhood and adolescence was clouded by shame and confusion, especially once he began to realize that he was attracted to boys as well as girls. Remember, this was Louisiana in the 1970s and 80s, not the place you wanted to be questioning your sexual identity. That realization is what this aria.

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"blanchard" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"blanchard" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"Because that's definitely something that society american culture loves being vocal. It get sporting events. Oh yeah oh. I know it. I'm i'm In one of those dads right now too. And i and i gotta dial it back because like i'm trying to coach my son from the sidelines Which is not awesome I see him now like he'll make a play. He'll like look over at me and i'm like what are you doing looking at me. I'm by wife is like you know you created that right like you. You're the person who's reinforcing the positive negative behavior on the sideline so like there's areas that as a father. I mean i'm. I'm a tuned to like messing up. Your here's our wide open now. Maybe versus like a few years ago. Your wife to give him that feedback and you're like what does she know. Oh yeah one hundred percent. Just the fact that i trust her. That she's giving me feedback will improve the relationship. I have with my children and that. I'm not invaluable in her infallible. However you said that word. That's that's big so like. I really saw it toward the back end of his last lacrosse season. I worked on it during baseball. Do the best And i was also coaching his team. So it's a hard balance for me but as it goes back to cross next month. So i'm just gonna clap and smile and you know given my love appreciation and kind of go from there so just little stuff like that man. I'm so interested in figuring out ways to become a better man every day figuring out ways to To become a better husband and so yes. That's what i'm working on right now. What i hear it. All of that is jay blanchard. That's choosing to become life. Yeah exactly like everything everything in your life represents being alive and all the things we use to find something that's alive versus dead or sick or dying. Its expectations to right. If i sat there and i tried to pick up the pen and author how everything should be before it happens. I'm going to walk around pretty dissatisfied with the results of the people should talk to me in this way like my kids should view me in this light like i'm just out here to earn it. Man i'm out here to earn their love amount here to earn their respect around to earn my place in their life The rinse do every day. And i just need to keep showing up in the best way that i can. I'm gonna have my bad days. I'm gonna have my blind spots Had just i need to find those people in my life who are willing to tell me what those are kit case in point hope. My mother-in-law listens to this by the way. Rhonda hope you're listening but by my wife the other day to. Hey my in laws They're gonna Potentially come to town And she goes. Hey we're gonna take this road trip and a mike awesome. Let's take this road trip and she was. Yeah my mom asks that you not drive looking at her. And i'm like what do you mean by that but i'm not a you're gonna come to my house and i don't to drive and she goes yes goes when she's in the car with you for a couple of hours and you're driving..

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"blanchard" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"blanchard" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"A lot easier for me to be like. Oh i was lucky or own this and that as opposed to like hey. I worked hard in. I earned this in some way shape or form end because of that. I'm worthy of the results. That i've created in my life like i'm i'm worthy for my children to tell me they love me and my wife to tell me that they love me. That's okay. I got into the social contract with them because i wanted that love. That's that's how we're interacting you're perfectly capable of receiving it and passing it and showing it in reflecting back as well you can be this being of love that gives it back just as easily as you can receive it in the confidence around that to like i truly am were the. I am confident that when my child says they love me really love me and they're accepting me i'm worthy about love and i'm giving back to them and they can feel it too. What a wonderful transaction. That is and i can tell you just like we talked about earlier when i came back from los angeles for instance. I wasn't making that connection. I wasn't making it with my children. And then for those two or three years talked about it was on and off with my wife was on and off with my kids like it was very hard for me to feel worthy of that love. It was very hard for me to get through that gill. And it's very hard for me to break through my ego. My false sense of confidence in false sense of accomplishments that people should roll out a red carpet for me. Because i'm jake fucking blanchard like no one gives you shitsu j. fucking blanchard until until i give two shits about who. I am as long as what i'm trying to do is Fill the people's cups up around me. Be better every single day for myself. Only compare me to me Love my wife and my children with everything that i have In care for others who are trying to build businesses around me or try try need a friend sometimes like just being there for other people service before self. What what amazing Way to operate in what an amazing way to feel worthy by operating with that gratitude. And so it's definitely a big life lesson over the last two or three years. I've been able to pick up so all the things that you figured out. Where is jake headed. Who is he becoming. That's a great question professionally. I have a lot of unfinished business consulting firm and so you know. I have a vision of what i want. This company to be and the types of clients that i'd like to work with and the types of problems to solve in the industry and so i'm striving to bid on stuff. Continuously put myself in different problems. Faces grows professional third. Comfortable there From a podcast standpoint Maybe like you I'm just. I'm having a lot of fun with it. Man like what a cool experience to talk to people all the time. It's it's been a big part of my personal growth. Launching a podcast bringing on various guests hearing what they have to say whether they're experts on brain matter or motivational speaking brazilian jitsu. Like just get fired up around those types of conversations as a as a father Couple things not one trying not to be so vocal at children's sporting events working on matt. That's a has been really difficult thing for me. I didn't play a lot of usually the odd man out..

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"blanchard" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"blanchard" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"Hey guys welcome back to another episode military veteran dad. I'm your host bengkulu. This is episode one hundred and thirty four. I just got off of a five day hunt and fishing expedition up in northern wisconsin. Great time stay tuned for this upcoming fatherhood friday. Well dive into unpack a little bit. What i learned what i experience was like an all day going with it but today we've got jake blanchard. Jake is just an all around good guy and he's been through a lot of the same struggles that i've been through and that's what originally attracted me to jake. Bend his podcast. He's coming on my in today. The episode it's just really rich inexperience in having to really unpack those things that are holding us back. Jake is not a veteran but his story is one that every veteran needs here because we are all trying to rewrite our story and to leave the past behind enter the future. So let's get right into this interview with jake blanchard and if you want my big takeaway hang on to the other side. The podcast jake ben. Thanks for having me man. I'm really excited for this. Because this our friendship just got started was on your podcast. You're coming on my podcast. But our stories. I feel like are intertwined in the same bookshelf but within different components of life. And how we had to kind of just reboot ourselves. You aren't connected to the military but are stories and what you had to go through. There's so much of what other people had to go through with their life. So tell us a little bit about your life today and then we'll go back a little bit and figure out where you were in how you got where you are today. Yeah sure we'll hit the top of the waves. Fear i own a management consulting firm. So i focus on like process broom. It project management just anywhere. That business has problems operationally. I love to work in that space in either contract out other consultants so that we can commit on it together or a higher team project project. i also do podcasts. You mentioned it here in the intro. The blanchard podcast guests from all walks of life. Come on show their stories their insights their journeys again honored to have you on in the past as guest web series called out jake's where i like to explore different topics high-performance coaching so you know really. I've got four different veins that keeps me entertained and excited and continuing to grow But my background professionally is in supply chain management where i got my formal education undergraduate masters degrees and work a lot of years in healthcare traveling the country for a lot of years working with different health systems really well known how systems in various roles Death absolutely been boise for about fifteen sixteen years and before that Grew up in alaska by way of louisiana. So i've been all over the place and Enjoyed every minute of it. So like your aborting louisiana. But you were mostly raised alaska. That's right yeah. I was born in a small town called lafayette louisiana. Well actually it's lafayette's not it's not very small. It's guys remember. I was born in lafayette. I live south. Lafayette kinda young. Still abbeville erath area on my dad's side of the family. Cajun man bike cage and i mean like every blanchard is a. Obviously it's a french last name And a lot of rich cajun. French history in that name. And then you know my mom's side of the family from from south louisiana east texas. So i was actually the first like.

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DC's Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling on Lockdown

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 1 year ago

DC's Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling on Lockdown

"Start with breaking news this afternoon Joint base. Anacostia. Bolling is on lockdown right now. In southeast D. C. Let's get the latest live from W. T O. P's making clarity. John. We're just getting the initial details in right now what we know so far as there were shot sounds of gunfire near the base in Anacostia and a potential suspect has made his or her way onto the base. This is from the basis Facebook page, which confirms the lockdown due to an armed suspect last seen on the South side near the Blanchard barracks. D C. Police say they have officers responding to Holly Terrace in Anacostia to support the effort. The base on his Facebook page is offering very concerning guidance to quote if you encounter the individual and have a safe route run. If you do not have a safer to run, hide, Barricade your door, turn off the lights and your cellphone ringer and remain silent if you're hiding, prepared to fight That's off of the board of the Joint base. Anacostia Bolling Air Force Facebook page. Not something you read or see it every day again. Report of an armed suspect on the base that joint Anacostia Bolling, which is now on lockdown, or have a reporter on the way to the scene. And we'll, of course, bring you the latest information as we get it.

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"blanchard" Discussed on CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

"Some additional relief. Yeah a lot lot longer. Period struggling Even over not up the full force. benham light off and you know many businesses. That's not what happened in summer. It's been able to get through the winter so that really. It's more contagious position. Yeah yeah yeah. It's much more complex when you run seasonal business you know you're depending on that short season as it is to provide and then when you have two and three seasons knocked out. It's just shuttering for any community. So dan i understand that in two thousand thirteen. You were actually adopted into a native alaskan clink at tribe. Did i say that. Right winkett. I i hope i did. Is this true. You tell us more about this. I i read this. And i thought my gosh. I've got to hear this story. Well i was a. It was under adults adoption which is not uncommon amongst indigenous of in north america. Up to further north. You get so dulce. Adoption is not uncommon But it's not common eider So it's in other words. I was roach by mytravel brother. Joe williams who just happens to be in town right now. He lives in ketchikan and Some years ago. And i was adopted at the same time like governor. The state of alaska governor l. As well as a two Joe's older and spouses houses have to be adopted into rive in order to marry and By by standards of of culture and So i was adopted. there was a large Totem pole raising carried the full rb house and planted and a big big big dinner and if and highly emotional I still i come to grips with it. I have a a robe that sit my home. I have a right behind me at home. That was made for me in crown of headdresses. What really crown. And and i had to learn a bit about my family too so i was adopted into the eagle. Moya t an eye of of the whale clan of my name is gone. Uc of in some shannon means feisty. Little one my goodness. I seven so there you go and Yeah so it it's been really meaningful and yeah but i still kind of now in just came to me is how do i deserve this. Have you know it's just through years of fear close. Friendship and joe is a deer man at a beautiful story. I'm getting to go with him. And just that's so cool now. Did you choose the name. The a feisty little one or did they anoint without name this was given to me by family With his older brother's name oh well and Slept with very significant. He senses past. And so yeah. There's there's definite signal consider consider. What an honor. Yeah hey give me cheery. I'm sorry we've both both have their moment. When i when i think about this my worthy of this happens does happen but it's rare and you know you can't help but be humbled somebody. Thanks so matches. Wanted to adopt an adult. It's beautiful well. Thank you so much. Dan for sharing all of this today. Is there anything that we didn't get to touch on that. You would like to share with our listeners. Our audience today about unscrews. I think you you hit really will and I appreciate you know. We kind of are the antithesis of large ships. Or you're my age early sixties of like the cola was to coke right. What seven was a and it. It resonates among star guests. They get it and So i think. I think we hit on that really. Well one thing. I just want to express though at this juncture in time is just my thanks to all our guests and crew just in their gosh safes. I mean some of our guests have been moved three times four times where they may be great go into mexico in march two Moved adding a season in. Then you know just take place. I mean it's like Standing in the middle of a hurricane with a candle trying to sticky of liberty and the miracle is that you know we. We're all getting out of this. There's reason for hope the reason to believe that at least my business and those. We work with early better equipped to do a better job today than we were before. So it's I just think there's there's a reason for celebration and moving ahead in a in a different way. That's maybe a little bit more heartfelt and a little bit more Strategic in the way we think about you know how we all participate in our business somewhere quite all good news. That's a wonderful outlook in a wonderful way to look at it. Dan canoe everyone. By the way you can find on crews traditional social media just about everywhere but can you tell us just briefly a little. Bit about your podcast. You know. this is one of the things we changed Just like this cast. I do podcast myself and It's a way that i can reach out to my guests another tool to let people know that i'm crews exists very much like what you're sharing. Its it's interviewing and talking to people. That are an interesting background that might appeal to traveler general I've really been enjoying it. i'm still getting used to tell you i i. Sometimes you know the all of our so busy in our lives. I kind sometimes lead. Take a second seat. I realized. Oh my gosh how much. I love this. Yeah yeah i'm adapting as time goes on that's awesome. And what is the name of the podcast. So the neighbor my podcast is no ordinary venture and of we basically talked about. You know what it's like food adventure in the world today and the opportunities we have but we don't have to follow standard. I love it. What a beautiful way to close things out dan. Thank you so much today for not only coming on and sharing information about unscrews but for the raw look at this past year for you and your team we wish you just the absolute best and hope someday to join you on one of your vessels to experience the uncourteous way as well. But thank you. Thank you so much again for being our guest today absolutely sherry looking forward to bossing pows again in brooklyn. I'll give me you'll have the opportunity right taking a little too around junior else. The islet the honored sounds terrific. And we'll see you next time. Thanks for listening to cruise ships. Tv unplugged if you like our show and want to know more. Check us out at cruise tips. Tv dot com. You can also find us on youtube facebook.

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"blanchard" Discussed on CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

"Has built a dream out of his passions. Now we have the opportunity today to ask dan some interesting questions. And by the end of this podcast you'll have a feel for what un cruz offers and who these small ship or rather small boat. Experiences are right for celebs. Get right into the interview with dan. Ladies and gentlemen please join me in welcoming today. The uncurbed owner and ceo. Dan blanchard dan. How are you today. very it's awesome. I mean we're operating in general alaska. Which is my home where i'm speaking to you from right now. In as we were just sharing pre cast of thirty six trips underway since may eight now no sign of ovid on our early vaccinated and plus bruises as rocking girl. It's rock and i love. It and dan was just me everyone where he's sitting in his beautiful office right now. The doc is actually right behind him. What a wonderful place to live and work. Yeah it is You know looking at my view. I look across at the hotel that we use and is i'm looking right now. Like you said right behind me are dock were All seven of our vessels turnaround every friday saturday and sunday. And so it's it's kind of neat nice to be right on the dock in fact my staff have really the better view because they look over the dock all day long at their stand up desk and his new office for us. I love it. I bet a lot has changed over the last year. And we'll definitely get to that but before we do let's back up just a tiny bit. And can you tell us a little bit about the experience and about your vessels. The cruise experiences really really the antithesis of large ships in the sense that How this all started. I had taken a couple years off between jobs. Went sailing the pacific with my eight ten year old child and my wife and and we came back. And you know. I went back to my old job and i was in the small ship industry as an executive and it just had changed me and the idea of going port to port really didn't distant resonates. We decided to do. What would we wanna crews and what that is is basically if you were to come aboard. I personal sailboat. My forty two foot. Sailboat that i still have and he down in seattle of we'd take you to all my greatest places and that's what on cruise adventures does is. It takes you like as you were on a small private yacht but with a mix of adventure. So i like to say that act in the world war. Two generation was traveling heavily with us in the early part of our career here and on cruise adventures. They're really happy to sit on the bowel and look at a glacier with a glass of cognac in their hand. And that's still good but today most of us wanted to. We want to go more exponential. We want to not only look at that. Glacier we wanna maybe hop on top of it maybe touch it build a cold air off it. And that is the essence of on cruise adventure. Highly experiential travel. My goodness. i'm getting all the fields hearing. You say that it's so exciting so you touched on the fact that it's really just one hundred and eighty degrees if not more from a normal cruise experience. What is life on board like dan. Well you know if you were to take In think of maybe act on three lodge. You stayed at some time in your life where there'd be a ski lodge just a a back country cabin if you're to take bat and you know only to sixty people in it and just moved that cabin every day to a new location without unpacking. That's on crew. So the word is very casual. It's it's not so much about The boat like a crucial was pretty much about the vote. Or are you emphasis or imo is really about. What's off ship. And so what happens is kind of a lodge atmosphere where people are getting up and go on. They're putting their year on lots of activity activities. Going out from early morning to early evening in coming back and then you know what happy hour. There's just a lot of sharing of stories and own. my gosh. i saw this whale. Oh my gosh. We went snorkeling and alaska. Oh my gosh. I paddle board by the first time. Oh my gosh. We kayaked all day long. And so these are you know different activities for different levels of folks but but also the grandparents come along. They may be just on skip rides to and or or strolls on the beach. So it's really kind of activities for all levels so that onboard environment is is pretty electric with thurston love for the outdoors than high truly love. And so glad you brought up the multi generational cruising. Because i was just thinking about that. I thought this would be just the perfect opportunity for larger families to connect and so the activities truly can be customized and they truly do by activity level. There's really something for everyone on board for. You know i. I will say the multi multi generational families are a big part of our business. And we just had. This is really a great story. We just had a couple. That ordered our vote for their sixtieth birthday twenty years ago and they back and re chartered it. Day his idiot birthday and they brought the whole family and the couples getting older. They're not hardcore hiker so used to be but they hung out on the boat. They went with their kids to the trail. Head on goodson. Grand kids took off. Why roamed the beach. I mean it's nice balance because you know even with a couple you uncles are even dipped like one. Maybe like a mountain and the other might be. Oh my god. I need a break from work is just gonna sleep and right. It all works out. That's amazing thank you for sharing that so last year kind of a tricky time to celebrate your twenty fifth anniversary as a company. Oh my goodness must feel so good to get back into it but what what was the last year like for you. I was watching some of your some of your videos and you head mentioned that your company is really it's changed and it will be forever changed like many of us are tell us more. You know it's interesting when you're in the heat of crisis it's always interesting to a cpo and see an act the way you did back then and then to kind of really look at it even today as we're coming out of this so you know. I think that you know we certainly have changed as a company were much more going back to the very basics of what we do and what people love and and i think that's bringing clarity of that. Maybe we started to stray from of it at the same time. Some of the things that we thought we'd changed. We're only we are better just to what we had. Who gets kind of like you know. I had this dream early on. That would just wear masks. When they're sick period at night thought that that would be a result of of this whole kobe experience but is people return to their behaviors. And maybe that one will still come back in some good way. Maybe we'll get to be like many of our aging population. they just weren't they. they do it out. Respect others but so there are things aged and things that didn't change. But i think i'm most excited for the things that did change and you know that is a leaner meaner adventures at.

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"blanchard" Discussed on CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

"You're listening to the cruise tips. Tv unplugged podcast episode number one hundred twenty three today. We have a special guest here on the show. Welcome to cruise. Ship tv unplugged. I'm your host sherry and we invite you to join our crews loving family as we travel the world creating crews videos and blogs in this podcast. We talk tips tactics and strategies to help you make every cruise your dream cruise. I had the privilege of interviewing un crews owner and ceo. Dan blanchard on the podcast. Today for those of you. Who aren't familiar with this. Incredible cruise experience uncrupulous offers small boat adventure cruises which sale in alaska sea of cortes hawaii. The columbia and snake rivers pacific northwest costa rica panama belise columbia and the galapagos in fact une crews has been back in service for already this year with their voyages in alaska. Now captain dan blanchard. Who you're about to hear from grew up in washington state living and working on boats since he was a kid. He spent years exploring winding waterways. Beach combing on remote shores oyster picking and clam digging and learning to skin dive now. Dan also has a podcast called the no or adventure show where he shares stories about his time on the see sustainable travel industry news travel tips and more. Dan.

"blanchard" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

An American Conversation Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

"We deliver compelling news and information with the understanding that as americans we can agree to disagree and still be friends for the next round of debates revelation. Leland and rose and deborah are not experts. But helena is and that this is rose off. Listen in every week. Be the fly on the wall. You know you want. Finally everyone and welcome back to an american conversation. Podcast you have to special guests. We have dr ray blanchard and we also have cara danske. Who's been a guest on before. And we have our to co-host deborah gordon and helena patrick now this is going to be an interesting podcast because i am a big fan of dr ray blanchard's work and i'm going to go into very briefly his resume and then we're going to jump right to it and you can correct me. Can i call you ray. Yes place called dot. Okay dr ray. Blanchard is an adjunct professor of psychiatry. At the university of toronto. He served on the american psychiatric association. Dsm fi subcommittee on gender identity disorders and was named to the dsm five committee. Dr blanchard's work has been cited more than twelve thousand times. So he's an expert people. He knows what he's talking about. Okay let's begin. I want you to talk about the origin of the word auto. Gun affi leah. Where did it come from. How did you come up with that term. Who helped you come up with that term etc. I invented the word. Autograph ilia to refer to men with a tendency to be sexually aroused by the thought or image of themselves as women. Nobody helped me come up with the word. Glad i had certainly done a thorough job of studying. What previous clinicians had to say in the preceding whatever. It was seventy years starting with mock nasir's felt the word that comes equivalent to autograph. Affiliate would be transvestite. Fetishes more fetishistic transvestites of those terms were used in previous. Dsm's i found them unsatisfactory because this idea of transvestite as puts a huge emphasis on clothing about men getting sexually aroused by putting on women's clothing. And i realized after talking to patients that there were patients who basically were in this thing ballpark. But they weren't actually excited by clothing. They might have been excited by something similar to clothing like putting on women's makeup or shaving their legs as woman would do but there were some patients who were sexually aroused by just the idea of being women by imagining themselves with breasts or vulva or the general contours of female body. And i realized that there were transvestite. Was anti heuristic in that. It made people focus on clothing. And i didn't think that was the common denominator of all of these men. Who had this kind of parallel tendency. I i read an article of a study that you did with four hundred patients. Do you remember that art. That study think it was one thousand nine hundred nine where you said. Most of the transgender people were not transgender but auto gyna- files. Can you talk about eddie. Yeah i wrote a bunch of studies. Well i guess it was an eighty nine that i introduced the word oughta affiliate but there were other studies that were based on the same cumulative database so i forgot your question already this study and i remember it ended up. Eighty five percent of the men will offer gyna- files in ten percent. Okay this is what i was starting to say. I don't couch autograph ilia and transsexualism as mutually exclusive categories. A man can be transsexual and be autograph. Ilic and many of them are transsexual. And order gonna philip going to name. Any names on this podcast. You could just look at the news. And it's not particularly hard to figure out who is who there are order gonna files who become gender dysphoric and if they become extremely gender dysphoric they end up as transsexuals just as there are homosexuals..

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"blanchard" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Authorities that gypsy roses secret boyfriend. Nick go to. John might be capable of violence. Law enforcement looked into knicks background and found. He had a criminal record two years prior he'd reportedly been arrested for watching pornography at a mcdonald's in wisconsin when they trace the ip address that posted the threatening facebook status. It loved them straight to the go to johns. Home in big bend. The next morning wisconsin authorities raided the house after a brief standoff. Nick surrendered officers found. Twenty-three-year-old gypsy rose who they believed to be nineteen and severely disabled hiding in a back room. They were surprised to find her healthy. She'd been without her wheelchair feeding tube and other medications for days. They were even more astounded when gypsy rose stood up and walked towards them. She led officers class pan cuffs around her wrists and explain that as far as she knew her illnesses had been a total farce. She could walk and eat without help. She suspected that she didn't suffer from leukemia. Epilepsy muscular dystrophy or any of the other diseases didi had claimed police realized they had a bombshell case on their hands. They publicly announced that two suspects have been arrested for. Dd blanchard's murder. But they didn't release any details before holding a proper press conference. They took gypsy. Rose and nick back to missouri to question them at first gypsy rose pretended to be shocked by the news of her mother's death but detectives prostate her until she finally broke down and admitted that she saw murder as her only way out. Nick corroborated her story. He confessed stabbing. Dd but told police that without gypsy. Roses influence he never would have resorted to murder with this information. Police had relatively easy time ironing out the details of the crime between facebook. Post text messages and security footage from the motel gypsy rose. Nick had left a trail of clues that even the worst detective could follow how the murderer unfolded was obvious but the story behind it was practically impossible to believe dede blanchard had managed to do doctors neighbors charities and even gypsy rose his own father for decades. She shaved her daughter's head forced her into a wheelchair and pushed her in front of cameras. Like a tragic set-piece. She gladly accepted praise and sympathy from neighbors and strangers alike during their former press briefing missouri. Authorities only gave reporters a cryptic message. Things inside the blanchard's pink house were not at all what they seemed coming up. The world learns about dede blanchard's cruel elaborate ruse as you know i'm true crime obsessed and i'm proud of it any chance. I have to absorb something true crime. I'm all in but you know what else. I'm kind of obsessed with best fiends. Yeah i know it's just a game except it's not just a game. It's an endless source of fun for me. And i can access it right from my phone in case you're not familiar. Best fiends as a casual mobile puzzle game that has thousands of levels with new content. Being added all the time. I really like the challenge of trying to solve a puzzle on the first try. The difficulty increases ever so slightly as you move up so naturally the harder to level the more. I want to solve it. I have so much fun solving puzzles. If you love solving puzzles to then you'll love best fiends. Download best beans free today on the apple app store or google play. That's friends without the our best fiends. This episode is brought to you by progressive. What's one thing you'd purchase with a little extra savings weighted blanket. Smart speaker. that new self care tran. You keep hearing about well. Progressive wants to make sure you're getting what you want by helping you save money on car insurance drivers who save by switching to progressive. Save over seven hundred dollars. On average and customers can qualify for an average of six discounts when they sign up discounts like having multiple vehicles on your policy progressive offers outstanding coverage in award winning claim service day or night. They have customer support. Twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days a year when you need the most. They're at their best. A little off your rate each month goes a long way. Get a quote today. Progressive dot com and see. Why four out of five new auto customers recommend progressive progressive casualty. Insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed in two thousand twenty. Potential savings will vary discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations now back to the story. After twenty-three-year-old rose blanchard posted a concerning status on her mother's facebook account authorities discovered forty eight year. Old didi dead in her home. The ip address of the facebook post led police to big bend. Wisconsin were gypsy rose and her boyfriend twenty seven year. Old nicholas go to john. Were hiding officers. Arrested them both on june fifteenth. Two thousand fifteen the next day missouri authorities announced that gypsy roses supposed- disabilities oricon. They'd all been part of dvd's bazaar pursuit of money sympathy and control. The new sense springfield neighbors into a whirlwind of mixed emotions. They felt cheated and taken advantage of but they also felt guilty for not seeing through the ruse sooner suddenly small things like gypsy. Rose is quiet. Nature took on a new sinister meaning. Neighbors had been living next to a monster for years with even realizing major charities felt similarly manipulated. Doctors wondered how dvd's abuse which now seem so obvious could slipped by them for decades. One might hope that typical medical protocol would help children like gypsy but munchausen syndrome by proxy is so rare that most doctors and charity workers are not trained to recognize it in twenty three years of regular medical appointments only one physician suspected gypsy. Rose was being abused. He never reported. Dd to police or child. Protective services s she was failed by the institutions. That were supposed to protect her. The nonprofits in medical professionals who knew gypsy rose personally were shaken. They couldn't help but treat patients and caregivers with a new level of suspicion but no one felt worse in gypsy roses. own family. The truth of the case hit her. Father forty-one-year-old rod blanchard the hardest. He'd been sending d twelve hundred dollars a month since gypsy rose was just three months old. All this time he'd unwittingly funded his daughter's abuse he didn't know how to face himself let alone reconnect with his daughter but gypsy rose wasn't angry with rod. She was hurt but only because didi had spent years convincing her that her father never wanted a child. She didn't know about rods financial support. She thought he'd simply abandoned her in the aftermath of the crime gypsy rose learned that the world she wants new was a total lie. She couldn't trust anything her mother had told her. She grew up drugged and confused. Now.

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"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"I wouldn't regret this so the rest of the story. Is that when. I developed at first leadership academy and college athletics. I invited people who had copied this to say. Let's all get together. See what we're learning and a friend of mine from the university of alabama said. Hey a guy from the pittsburgh. Pirates succumb i go brill. And he goes. Yeah he just really is a learner. He wants to learn about what people don't simple. Bring them on. Its it turned out. Now is probably eleven or twelve and We just really connected. And then when i left you see he contacted me and said hey you come out spring training Let's see if there are some things we can do together. And i said well since you've been here. Some things have happened The my story. I don't know few frankly want to be associated. And he says now. I know who you are. Come on out through that relationship. I developed a work situation where with his help I tell you emily. It's perfect for me. It's like this. Is what god intended me to do to work. in direct service impacting individuals small groups even even large groups on Inspiring growth. that's how phrase might purposes to inspire growth in individuals and organizations. And it's just like right with my identity talent gifted right and So that's russell. Strikes couldn't be happier when people hear about what. I do coaching coaches. I'm coaching players I'm in the athletic world. I'm you know doing leadership at which is transferred anywhere. It couldn't be a better fit. So that's the russes story right there. It's an end to it And even if these things don't continue with the pirates or whatever. I know what i do. I know what i'd do well because of how god's gift gifted me and that's who i am and there's such a piece with a love it. It makes a hard so happy to hear this. And i hope as listeners are listening and like you can see that it is a beautiful story. And that's what is that growth in It actually makes me think of something else that somebody posted on again on lincoln but it was about They they did controlled burns. We do control burns on on our property and it's just that that re-growth that comes from something that seems so awful and seem so devastating but actually in the process. It gives you so much new live. That is so ironic for our brain. Stephen comprehend so if you're going through some form of chaos.

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"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"Because god put me back into what how he's gifted me in how i love. My identity is as a person but also as a professional and so powerful in the aspect of understanding who you are and y'all if your listeners you know huge personal say the in if you're still listening in you're not a person of fe it's okay we still always do But the thing is you still get everybody has guess and you have to understand and walk unapologetically bold about who you are in understanding. That is so powerful. I think i don't take it for granted that one of the things that i've been given an and i think i've been given it because about died at twenty one or twelve twenty two That i'm very heightened awareness like i some people will call old soul. But it's just because i've i've an extreme heightened awareness because it can literally be gone in a everything can be gone but that that suck built me up so much better to who i am and so this is an interesting twist that also A listener had had commented on about resiliency in. How in top performance is how. We're kind of like protecting our children or were protecting things so that we don't feel they don't get a feel. The hardware hurts or they they. They're protected from things and they're not made out is so therefore they get into were real world and they lose their identity because they never knew what it was. So have you experienced that. And i know that he accident mentioned as he was actually one of the first people to do leadership For sports leadership as well you were one of the first people to actually create a whole leadership study around that and so leadership is a real is is your baby. That's what Olive god is giving you. That's one of your gifts. So talk about that for a minute about the resiliency. But howard kinda stifling that through these processes yeah now. A great great point and i was privileged to be ender leadership. Who told me that Wait we needed to teach leadership at unc athletics and we were the first and i was very privileged to be part of that process. And you're exactly right. Emily it's You know they experience like your experience. How that further do my experience much.

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"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"Want to go different like if you rows on brain is trying to rack on this because like from our listeners. Y'all hearing this like how do you deal with that. Like that's just hard. You're in you feel like. I don't wanna make assumptions but how i would feel is just lost and alone know that your wife has been with you through this whole entire and i know that this has really helped your relationship in the irony of the doll but talk about that for a minute whenever you feel in this actually ironic because somebody posted a link. Dan and they talked about how You shouldn't see co workers family. And i disagreed with that a little bit but from my aspect it was. I was coming from the framework that like my father. It is a family business. Literally or co workers. A growing up was family. But it's how he had the humanity in it and he cared and he showed la spec back and he was honest in the generosity and he's also gonna kick me out the said. Hey aim late. you're good at this. You're really good at this. But this isn't your purpose so to hear your story. It may be also counteracted. These of people that sometimes will have their safety in hold themselves and just throw money underneath the bust so talk about that like people. Listen to this. You may have have had a story on this to like. Think about your life. I think about me Whatever i had out of wedlock the man left. It was just made. It was like somebody i loved. You know like. Just let me just and i feel like many people have these stories so john's may have been on like this huge scale. They got a lot of publicity. But you may be fell to talk to people. How did you become better from this. What came from this. Yeah what a great question. And i and i hope listener guarantee a your listeners event through this right i mean pain and suffering is part of life. It's how we respond so But we don't have time for is my family of origin.

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"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"You no longer apologizing for on For losing that reputation. I i'm not sorry this my reputation law. Yeah so it's a long story And i'll i'll try and give you the highlights and then you could take off from there so i had That long career in college athletics. And and was benefited somewhat from it. An incredible array of of colleagues and Especially student athletes did. I came in touch with his. I got to work Especially in the first half of my career directly with the student athletes in in a love that latter part my kerr became more in the administration in ended up as a senior associate athletic director at the university of north carolina. In two thousand and ten there was scandal with the extra benefits associated with a carolina football that morphed into an academic scandal on a professor in the African american and african studies department was giving an inordinate number of Individ independent studies to students. a lot of student athletes were taken those courses and became a national news. I was contact Between athletics in the academic support program. At that time. I wasn't the director but the contact. The academic support program reported to the academic side of the university but So all the decisions about those courses. The supervision etc was on the academic side but the academic side doesn't sell newspapers of and so they went hard after athletics. More non student athletes taking those courses in athletes but they only cared about athletes. So the way in las Tation was i. Was you know tons of investigations. internal external mic testimony was I was aware of the courses. I brought into the faculty committee on Was ad hoc member The concern twice and Both times the faculty didn't respond When i testified to that The faculty pushed back and said blanchard never said that So that made me look like i was finding something like what hadn't been truthful and It led.

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"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"blanchard" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....

"Welcome to unapologetically bold. I'm not sorry for if you're a person that has tired of apologizing for being you you know the human part of you that sometimes bills like it has to be different at home versus work versus play. The human savages wants to be hot humble open and transparent about your desires. And if you answered yes this is for join me. Emily our adolf into conversations with mazen guest about what they are. Not sorry for in creative. Let's get started. hello everybody welcome back. Another unapologetically bold. I'm not sorry. For and i'm beyond blessed to have john here with me. John has become such your soul for anti. I'd everything about you. You're such an amazing human. That i am blessed that my listeners get to learn more and get to this will be a growing episode so anybody this listen and this is a way to be a hot human humble opening transparent and this is coming with fire and i'm just i'm blessed for john. Thanks for joining the old trends. We've been together for a long time as it's a great connection and i'm honored. Thank you so john before we get started. If you could just tell the guests a little bit about yourself So you is john. Yes so husband of forty one yards with don who's fabulous father of three All three of of whom are married and Grandfather four Just the most amazing thank professionally of than i got in the world of college. Athletics as administrator doing academic support Was really one of the first got into that. Deal and Spent their set. The university north carolina went to the university of minnesota for three and then backed carolina for another twelve in just loved it the last eight years. I've started my own business and leadership consulting And that's got to meet you. Emily and My main client is pittsburgh parts where i do leadership consulting and personal development chef. So yeah that's quick nutshell. Maybe not but it's awesome that yes we may so the pirates in my dear friend. Now a doctor. Andy bass and bernie holiday like i love those men there. They care about people and they understand the people side of performance. That you you gotta have leadership you gotta have that self-awareness you have to be able to just learn grow to get them to the top level where they want to be in an i argue. I'm like just give him give off few years. They're going to get there because there are one of the few that i've seen they're actually investing in people and really working up on character. Yes skill obviously matters. That is just so beautiful is just so beautiful of saying it so the show is called unapologetically bald. John.

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Trump says he will probably visit the southern border in coming weeks

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says he will probably visit the southern border in coming weeks

"Month. I'm him who's Oh Fox News not for President Biden but for former President Trump over the next couple of weeks, the Border Patrol wants me to go. Probably over the next couple of weeks. I don't think there's a rush for me to go. He's supposed to go and make the decision. The former president told Fox News that President Biden should reenact the remain in Mexico policy that kept asylum seekers out of the US while they await their hearings. The situation does continue to grow at the southern border. 18,000 migrant Children and teens are now in U. S custody. On Friday, a group of Republican senators went to the border to see the overflowing facilities and again called on President Biden to see for himself. Boxes. Lauren Blanchard. We don't know when the president might

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Two killed, eight injured in three shootings near Virginia Beach's oceanfront

Learn to Buy and Sell Cars

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Two killed, eight injured in three shootings near Virginia Beach's oceanfront

"In Virginia Beach say it was a chaotic overnight along the city's oceanfront investigators in Virginia Beach are still trying to figure out what happened during what they're calling a night of chaos near the ocean front area. Two people are dead. Now there are ongoing investigations into what happened was Lauren Blanchard adds. Eight people were injured. In the overnight shootings. Three men ranging in age from 18 to 22 were arrested and face charges. We see an officer also fatally shot a male suspect was armed with a gun.

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80 years after Pearl Harbor, veteran's remains identified

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

80 years after Pearl Harbor, veteran's remains identified

"And now a veteran who died during the attacks, has finally had his remains identified. DNI testing has concluded the remains of from William Eugene Blanchard of Idaho, who was 24 years old when he was aboard the warship USS Oklahoma. The ship was struck by multiple torpedoes and capsized. The Department of Defense says almost 400 sailors and Marines from the ship were buried without identification in Honolulu. A new effort to identify them using Didna testing has been successful. Still to come here and w t o p new

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Seattle police arrest man in connection with kicking attacks on two women

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle police arrest man in connection with kicking attacks on two women

"On women. Seattle police say the first attack took place aboard a metro bus January 6th of the area of Northeast 43rd and University investigators say the suspect became upset over a woman speaking on the phone. And kicked her in the head. She suffered a concussion. As a result, Second attack took place the next day and later in Bell town, where a woman planting flowers in the area fourth and Blanchard was kicked in the head. She suffered serious injuries, including a number of facial fractures. Utility crews are making progress in

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Barry Lopez, Acclaimed Author And Traveler Beyond Many Horizons, Dies At 75

Environment: NPR

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Barry Lopez, Acclaimed Author And Traveler Beyond Many Horizons, Dies At 75

"National book award winner berry lopez was famous for chronicling his travels to remote places and the landscapes he found there but his writings weren't simply account of his journeys they were reminders of how precious life on earth is an our responsibility to care for it. He died after a long battle with prostate cancer just months. After a wildfire forced him from his oregon home he was seventy five years old. Npr's dave blanchard has this remembrance berry lopez spent more than thirty years writing his last book horizon. He don't spend that much time on a project without going through periods of self doubt when i met him at his home last year he told me when he was feeling defeated by the work. He'd walk along the nearby mckenzie river. Every time i did there was a beaver. Stick in the water at my feet. And they're of course their workers. So i imagine the beaver were saying. What the hell's wrong with you. You get back in there and do your work up. In his studio he had a collection of the stakes are little tooth marks. It was a lesson for lopez. Every day i walked in that room. I saw the signs of. Don't lose in yourself. This was the world of barry. Lopez beaver could teach you the most valuable lessons. Lopez was born in new york but his father moved the family to california when he was a child. Hugh eventually settle in game. Notice for his writing about the natural world he win the nineteen eighty-six book award for nonfiction. Work arctic dreams at the time he told npr how he approached the seemingly empty arctic environment. I made myself pay attention to places where i thought nothing was going on. And then after a while the landscape materialized in a in a fuller way denied. I imagine that at first glance in lopez books. A cloudy sky contains grays of pigeon feathers of slate in pearls packs of hammerhead sharks in the galapagos. Move like swans million a city park pond composer john. Luther adams was a friend and collaborator of lopez. For nearly four decades he says lopez writing serves as a wake-up call. She surveys the beauty of the world. And at the same time the cruelty and violence that we humans inflict on the earth and on one another and he doesn't with deep compassion lopez experienced that cruelty first hand as a child. He was sexually abused by a family. Friend he i wrote about it in two thousand thirteen. He later told. Npr experience made him feel afraid and shameful around other people. The animals encountered in the california wilderness. Offered something different. They didn't say oh. We know what you went through. I felt accepted by the animal world. Lopez would spend his life writing about that world in particular the damage done to it by climate change. That hit home for lopez. This past september much of his property was burned in wildfires tore through oregon partly due to abnormally dry conditions. His wife deborah gordon says he lost decades of notes and correspondence and much of the forest around the home where lopez had lived for fifty years. He talked a lot about climate change in. And how it's so easy to think it's going to happen to other people and not to you but it happened to us. It happened to him personally. And i think that the fire was just a blow. That not just couldn't quite ever get back from when i spoke to lopez last year. He said he always sought to find. Grace in the middle of devastation is so difficult to be a human being. There are so many reasons to give up to retreat into cynicism or despair. I hate to see that. And i i want to do something that makes people feel safe and loved and capable in his last days. His family brought objects from home to him in hospice. Among the items the beaver stakes from his studio dave blanchard. Npr news

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Trump Takes Questions From Reporters For 1st Time Since Election Day

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Takes Questions From Reporters For 1st Time Since Election Day

"Doing something he hasn't done in weeks yesterday on Thanksgiving, President Trump capped off Thanksgiving by calling members of the military stationed away from home. But then, for the first time in three weeks, he took questions from reporters about the election. The president criticized President elect Joe Biden for starting to select a Cabinet and he did not say if he would attend the inauguration in just 54 days. I know one thing, Joe Biden did not get 80 million votes, and I got 74. Million. But there were many ballots thrown away. So I got much more than that. But I got 74,000,074 million is 11 million more than I got last time. And if you look at the numbers, the numbers are false. The numbers they're corrupt. It was a rigged election. 100% more states air certifying their results as the trump legal team continues to fight. All disputes will need to be resolved before December, 8th. That's Lauren Blanchard reporting.

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Man injured, suspect arrested after Downtown Seattle stabbing

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Man injured, suspect arrested after Downtown Seattle stabbing

"In downtown Seattle, a suspect in custody after a stabbing this afternoon in downtown Seattle. It happened before 3 30 in the area of seventh and Pine where a man was stabbed in the upper back. Injuries not believed to be life threatening and a homicide investigation underway in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood after a woman was found dead. She was found in the area of first and Blanchard after being stabbed at a housing facility for the homeless police Now looking for a 58 year, old man, We will continue to follow that story and bring you more details as we get them. Are come on

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Hiker whose heart stopped after Mt. Rainier rescue recovers

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:05 min | 1 year ago

Hiker whose heart stopped after Mt. Rainier rescue recovers

"Fistfights and fires in the nation's capital. I'm pam who so fox news supporters of president trump gathered by the thousands in washington dc. They cheered and chanted yesterday and things were mostly peaceful until it got dark counter protesters throwing fireworks clashing with those rallying for the president throughout dc streets from fistfights to all out brawl overall. There were twenty arrests. according to the mayor's office and at least seven guns were recovered. One man was stabbed. He is expected to be all right. Fox's lauren blanchard in washington to police officers were said to be heard. At least twenty arrests were made president elect. Joe biden is putting together his cabinet and could make some announcements in the coming days. This as president trump's legal team continues. Its push to overturn the election results. I am working on the massive aspect of of system wide election fraud. Definitely impacting the swing states and likely going far beyond that attorney said the powell on fox. Justice with judge janine. A number of the president's legal challenges have been thrown out of court. Alarming surges across the country in corona virus cases have state leaders taking steps to try and curb the spread governors of california oregon and washington issue joint travel advisories on friday in an effort to get a handle on surging cases in those three states. What that means is that if you traveled to any of those stage you'll be to self quarantine for fourteen. Days are also asking residents to avoid all nonessential travel out of state and limited interactions to only people who live in their homes. Fox's charles watson tomorrow another stay at home order takes effect in chicago. It will last thirty days new mexico also ordering all residents to stay home. America's listening to fox news big names and big money are descending on georgia ahead of two critical senate races. Republican incumbents kelly leffler. David purdue are heading into january fifth runoff against democratic challengers raphael. Warnock and jon ossoff and with the balance of power in the us. Senate em- play spending for these. Two run in georgia is expected to set new records exceeding at least two hundred million dollars but perhaps reaching as much as five hundred million. Fox's jonathan serrie. Last week senate republican marco rubio campaign for leffler president elect joe biden has said his campaign will do anything aitken to help off and warnock because the presidential race was so close in georgia. Five million ballots are being recounted by hand in a tweet yesterday. President trump suggested the recount is of time because signatures aren't being matched georgia's secretary of state pushed back with his own tweets explaining how the state's voting process works later today. Nasa and spacex hoped to launch four astronauts to the international space station. The crew goes up for six months. They dock their crew dragon spacecraft to the space station. It will stay there with them for the six month. Expedition former nasa astronaut. Tom jones saturday is planned launch from cape canaveral. Florida was postponed because of bad weather. A remarkable story of recovery for a hiker rescued from washington's mount. Rainier one week ago michael. No pinski was airlifted off the mountain but he died shortly after arriving at a seattle hospital. The story could have ended there but doctors work tirelessly to get us heart beating again and after forty five minutes they did lipinski who woke up two days later still has some trouble with his heart and kidneys but it continues to improve. I'm kim russo. And this is fox news. Stamps dot com brings the post office and ups shipping rights. Your computer go to stamps. Dot com to start a four week. Trial plus free post agenda digital scale with promo code fox that stamps dot com. Click on the microphone at the top of the page and type in fox. Welcome into tomorrow with dave line the interactive radio network programs with the latest in high tech products and services and the experts. Who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow. Here's dave grave line from the decks com g six studios. The future of diabetes management. Is here visit. Decks com dot com. That's d. e. x. c. o. m. dot com and. Yes as the announcer dude. Said i am dave grave line. I am chris grave and the team gathered round to answer your question including horatio out of new york rushmo in south beach him in coconut. Creek danny in pembroke pines. Yes i have to watch out. I lose my breath. Fast and beth in naples. We're here to answer your consumer tech dilemmas. any questions. you have about consumer tech today and into tomorrow. How clever and speaking of answering your questions. This is the last week to participate in win in the big cool into tomorrow hot summer and into the fall kill. That's very true so if you have been waiting to call. Why on earth would you wait but don't wait any longer. Don't be breathless. Like me from the rona. You have to call now and participate because we're back to regular cool prizes so it's not your chance to win a chance to win those specific prices. Yes because of course we all know the mantra here. Come know win. Stuff thank you. Thank you cameron. He's absolutely correct. Because we want to hear from you anytime on the show but if you're interested in some of the particular cool into tomorrow hot summer into the fall giveaway items then you need to call now last chance this weekend. Participate that way. Some tech news and commentary. And then we'll get back to your many award winning prize winning calls it's official. The moon is getting a four g lte network. Why does the moon native four g. Lt eanet well therese it's Twenty two thousand eight goal to build a lunar base and eventually sustaining human presence. On the moon nasa has awarded three hundred seventy million dollars to over a dozen companies to deploy technology on the lunar surface while those technologies of course include four g nasa says four g could provide more reliable longer distance communication than the current radio standards that are in place on the moon like the earth like on earth the four g network will eventually be upgraded to five g. Now i wonder if it'll be considered local calling from the moon to your family. Maybe you know if an astronaut on the moon working there on the on moonbase wants to call home unlike not will it be a local call. It's four g network. Maybe probably not probably not a four. G will probably work better on the moon than it does here. It won't have any trees buildings

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The senators to watch during Supreme Court nomination fight

Jim Bohannon

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

The senators to watch during Supreme Court nomination fight

"Despite Democrat complaints that any nomination to succeed the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should wait until after the November presidential election. President Trump will present a nominee for the Senate to consider soon. Federal appeals court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is reportedly one of the front runners to replace the late Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 48 year old mother of seven, was in the running to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy. But President Trump nominated Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the president said that he will select a woman and announce his nominee sometime next week. Others on the short list include Judge Barbara Logo, a judge Alison Jones, rushing and judge. Among the part. That's Fox's Lauren Blanchard.

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Spike Lee: a new black wave of cinema

The Big Picture

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Spike Lee: a new black wave of cinema

"We've spent past two weeks in a collective state of horror and anger over George Floyd's killing at the hands of Minneapolis police, officer Dirk, Shaaban, just one thousand unjustly killed by police. It's hard to look at what happened. Floyd, and not think of Radio Raheem Bill. Nuns character from do the right thing. Or countries fucked up needs to change. No American filmmaker has had the foresight or insight about that need for change quite like spike has. Some directors interpret the past some capture the present spike does both and he sees the future. Spent some time in the past few weeks. Returning to some spikes movies in anticipation of his new film to five bloods, it's a staggering body of work as wide as it as deep as warm and inviting as provocative and laden with traps ever. Spike isn't the totality of the black filmmaking experience and I don't want to suggest that, but for forty years he's told stories about that experience that have been seen more widely and discussed more feverishly than anyone and they still haven't been seen enough. Of the conversations you've been having with loved ones this month about the problems that people are forced to look at more closely police brutality, systemic racism locally sanctioned violence gentrification, tribal loyalty, the failures of government, personal sacrifice versus public good hiring practices, power, art and money spike was ahead of most Americans for decades on these issues, but while the stories he tells are frequently polemical. His movies are quite nuanced. They rarely tell you exactly what to think. Instead foisting contradictions and crises, interviewers, laps and making them decide. He crafts extraordinary dilemma movies inspired by the new Orrin Westerns and social dramas that he studied at Nyu and even though he doesn't force a conclusion is movies are frequently an intelligence test over the years, critics and audiences have repeatedly shown their ass immediately upon exiting a spike movie. For person like me seeing his work at a young age me up, helped me see beyond my keyhole-size view of the world, but it's not like spike wasn't relatable. He was the Avatar of new. York Knicks FANDOM! He was a regular presence on TV and Jordan commercials. He was directing music videos and frequently according controversy in the movie world he consistently challenged fans and detractors to reexamine their beliefs, and he always destabilized our comfort at sixty three. He is still very much a vital filmmaker. Twenty eight teams Black Klansman was among his most honored films and marked his First Competitive Oscar win for best adapted screenplay. Spike is a hall of Famer on this show and his work accounts for some of my favorite movies ever made. This episode is dedicated to those movies and will include conversations with a couple of his key collaborators as well as a part of a conversation that was more than I had on the watchable last summer. About Lee's nineteen eighty-nine masterpiece. Do the right thing. That movie redefines the term remarkable. In it! You can see and hear the pain and conflict. We're talking about right now. Watch it again. If you haven't really later in the show, we'll have a conversation with jazz. Musician and film composer Terence Blanchard a longtime contributor of spikes. They've teamed up on fifteen films including two five bloods, and he is truly one of the great writers of music for movies. I also wanted to share a conversation I had with the film editor Barry Alexander Brown in February. Two Thousand Nineteen, after he received an Oscar nomination for his work on Black Klansman they've been together since spikes first movie. She's gotTa, have it? Like so many great filmmakers spike works with the same crew over and over again, not just Aronson Berry, but production designer when Thomas Costume. Designer Ruth Carter casting director Robby Reed, and that incredible troop you've seen over and over again in his movies Denzel Washington, of course, Johnsboro on Davis Samuel Jackson Roger One of Your Smith Arthur Nas. Kerala Delroy Lindo is Ahah whitlock junior Alleluia Debbie Masar Ruby Dee, the list goes on. Later this week will be back with a review of spikes, the five bloods, which will be available to watch on Netflix on Friday, it's the story of four black Vietnam veterans who return to the jungle for some unsettled business, its reunion of sorts of some of those actors, and for it's a kind of mission statement about missions. Lastly. We'd like to top five on this show. Spike is made more than thirty feature length films, many of which are indisputable classics to cover every style and format under the Sun. Drama Comedy Crime Films Romances Documentary Sports Movies farce satire musical. He's really done at all. I would recommend virtually every movie he's ever made, but before I share my five year a few places, you can watch his movies just in case you're trying to bone up on some of the ones you've missed. Overlook along the way.

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"blanchard" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"blanchard" Discussed on KTOK

"A live update from Blanchard we got now we are Marshall so right now we've got a little R. rated you started picking up quite a bit here over the last few minutes the winds of kind of picked up the German art I would say they're out of the north northwest and so literally within the next minute or two we are happy to help quell right over here so if I look at it on the radar it's literally three to four blocks from me at this point so no here we're going to continue to hold Sir all right never mind you know whatever else you're my location mark back near rain picking up now downtown Blanchard right there okay so let's go back over radar update you here on where these hail storms are so that's still has quarters in golf balls with it earlier had two inch diameter helpful cast a lot of big chunks of hail just about eleven o'clock about thirty five minutes ago so this one's Blanchard now Norman Purcell noble area over in the McLean county then over in the Cleveland county is that one continues to move along tornado warning here near Marlow and they're in south of rush springs highway eighty one so the circulation ramped up very very quickly now it has diminished some are not to say that is still quite possibly torn attic but you see the red the green tighten up very quickly and now it is spun down some went through a very very rapid organization stage and now may be leveling off and potentially starting to wind down a bit but the circulation is still significant and still easily could be torn attic to the west and south west of rush springs and to the north west of Marlow pretty good swath of damaging wind coming around looks like looks like it's kind of folding over on itself so there could be a tornado back in that range as it came around there and and try to fold over on itself so tornado warning continues just still to the west of eighty one southwest of rush springs and to the north west of Marlow but still some significant circulation there tucked in southwestern Grady count a so that is a tornado warning right there along with golf ball to tennis ball sized hail there's your top arrival very close to rush brings down Marlow coming up just about ten minutes from right now and the downpour Bray and then down toward Elmore city of it later on in Pauls valley at one o'clock in the morning back storm they're not coming in the saddle mountain mount Scott that when his tennis ball size hail with it also moving east southeast at thirty to thirty five miles per hour so here the hail course of C. three big hail course here what over Blanchard one between Marleau in rush springs with the tornado warning and the other one near saddle mountain heading down toward mascot now that is the largest hail down in southwestern Oklahoma right now so here south central Oklahoma this is where all this is tracking so the I. thirty five corridor here from Norman down through Purcell down through Pauls valley and down to Davis and sulfur so the I. thirty five corridors where these are tracking another severe storm racing up out of cotton candy moving northeasterly at about.

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Marsalis jazz family patriarch dies of virus complications, son says

Morning Edition

02:55 min | 2 years ago

Marsalis jazz family patriarch dies of virus complications, son says

"Ellis Marsalis the pianist educator patriarch of the most celebrated family in jazz died Wednesday in New Orleans he was eighty five his eldest son the saxophonist Branford Marsalis said his father died of complications from the coronavirus Ellis and his wife Delores raised six sons four of them became jazz musicians including Wynton del fail and Jason he was also a mentor to Harry Connick junior and generations of other musicians when Tompkins is host of the program music inside out which airs on W. W. and in New Orleans when I mean this is just such a huge loss it is a tremendous loss for us in the world and for music lovers everywhere actually Ellis Marsalis was committed to being a teacher and she wants to be a musician so he can help people all over the world and Louis Armstrong we appreciate modern and you know the Ellis park center here in the night or are they called him a master educator you know he came up in the nineteen forties and the nineteen fifties when modern dress had no money in the world nothing there were no schools but by the end of his life you know nearly every jazz musician who's from here or the study had a story to tell about how Ellis Marsalis inspired we're talking about Terence Blanchard thank you your contact book now thank you for that finally Nicholas Payton list goes on and not including of course Marcella they have wonderful careers at I was gonna ask I mean how much did he pressure them to go into into music and jazz in particular well you know what I spoke with him he you know he said that he never rule breaking news out of it you know he said he would wait at if the music and if they wanted to learn to keep with that by wanting them I know pointing out certain artists that they should be listening to and he was also very good at keeping brutal but very useful advice to players you know and that runs an internet connection here but always remark on that in interviews you know come quite famous explain elements helps with with top but but you know but they were the better for it and and obviously carry on again and my fellow spokesman center named Ellis Marsalis center for music named after the great teacher you know Ron you know every great jazz musicians have one thing in common and that is that the person is equally our front continue elsewhere what's that and you know if you ever

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The Perils of 19th Century Etiquette

Dressed: The History of Fashion

09:08 min | 2 years ago

The Perils of 19th Century Etiquette

"We are taking a trip back in time to explore the elaborate and prejudice intricacies of nineteenth century etiquette. And you know manners may not be exactly the first thing that comes to mind when you think of perilous situations but let me assure you that some of these codes which govern the social graces during this time period and we are talking specifically here about Europe and America. Here say well. These codes of etiquette can be mind blowing Lee complicated and one false step well. It wasn't just embarrassing. It could potentially mean utter social ruin not to mention these codes of etiquette were specific to gender age and even Marital Status. So you had to keep all of these designations in mind with each and every social interaction you had throughout the day. Many of the rules governing behavior during the nineteenth century can fill a bit overwrought and even a tad ridiculous to us today but at the time they were considered the very fabric and structure of society to even begin to comprehend them ourselves. We of course while we headed straight to the bookshelf for etiquette books of the era. Yes and we are super fortunate to have a whole slew of these types of books special collections at fit. And I look specifically at the following books. I looked at etiquette for ladies which is published by Leeann Blanchard in eighteen thirty nine. I looked at the American gentleman's guide to politeness by Henry. Liu Nets from eighteen fifty nine social etiquette of New York by Abby Buchanan Long Street from eighteen eighty four manners and social usages by Mrs John Sherwood from eighteen eighty seven and manners culture and dress of the best American society by Richard A wells from eighteen. Ninety three okay that was that was a mouthful and that cast is just the very tip of the iceberg in terms of our holdings. We have so so so many more including also ones that are kind of blend of being etiquette and also like a beauty guide as well so right and the great number of these relate directly to the fact that these little books were immensely popular at the time the beginning of the nineteenth century San explosion of not only etiquette books onto the market but also ladies magazines which frequently codified and coached the readers into their finer points of quote unquote proper behavior and in the wake of the French Revolution. The spread of democratic and Republican forms of government really spurred the growth of the middle classes and with all that brand new upward mobility came increased tensions and anxieties over one social standing quotes etiquette is the machinery of society. It is like a wall built up around us to protect us from disagreeable under Brad People. Who were fused? Take the trouble to be civil. Wrote one source from eighteen eighty four so basically anyone who is interested in bettering their station in life. A deft knowledge of etiquette was key to gain acceptance into the world of society proper. You know an an a lapse in this performance of manners and I say performance because it really really was It could be quickly. Chalked up to one's lack of so-called good breeding. And this is the phrase that you see over and over and over again in these manuals good breeding and if one was deemed uncouth or quote unquote. Ill bred that could also make you an undesirable acquaintance at the time because basically anyone who was in your social circle was very much considered a reflection upon yourself yes and this rapid expansion of the middle classes Europe in America during the nineteenth century is a big part of the reason why etiquette books were so popular at the time as we just mentioned so if you weren't necessarily raised in the know you could just buy a book that delineated roles on the proper way to move throughout the world and these books covered all sorts of events and occasions from things. We consider pretty standard today so like table manners wedding etiquette or how to console a bereaved friend but also more than a few topics that we would consider. Well a little niece today. Yes and just a couple of my favorites include how to format a personal letter to the president of the United States. Naturally clearly we've all done right The proper deportment to have when taking one's Harvard exams which I found this especially funny because this is the only university mentioned this etiquette book and I believe at this time. It was only men that could enroll in Harvard. So I guess the etiquette manuals saying go go harvard or go home. I don't know One source I looked at had hilariously titled Section called Lives Shipwrecks. I haven't dove into this quite yet but I remain most intriguing. I will return to that chapter but last but not least is how to deal with quote. Low Bread Women cads slanderers and scandal. Mongers timing. Come on you gotTa love that Punchy Nineteenth Century Language of course there is no way we can possibly cover all of these topics and a single episode of dress so we had narrowed. Today's focus down to what was one of the most interesting aspects of nineteenth century etiquette. And that is the practice of calling and by this. We do not mean placing telephone call because we have to remember that the very first telephone systems were really only commercially. Viable starting in eighteen seventy seven and the adoption for home. Use was rather slow. I have to say According to the US Department of the Interior in one thousand nine hundred only three percent of US homes had their own telephone so that begs the question. Just how did people communicate with each other during the nineteenth century? I mean letter writing. Of course that's a given but there were also this other form of calling these in person visitations which were governed by some of the strictest rules of etiquette but before we even get to the matter of visits and calls. We've I must address the matter of meetings and introductions during the nineteenth century it was rarely considered appropriate for to individuals regardless of their sex to meet without a formal introduction by way of a friend or a relative and even then both parties were supposed to separately agreed to the introduction in advanced unsolicited introductions are bad for both parties and this was stressed by one etiquette. Manual we consulted. Yeah and you might be asked why. Well a formal introduction had the implications that the association between the two parties was going to continue and this was especially true when it came to introductions to women quote great prudence or action must always be used but infinitely more care is necessary as a lady cannot shake off an improper acquaintance with the same facility as a gentleman can do and their character is much easier affected by the apparent contact with worthless and the dissipated out. That's rough the weaker. Fairer sex. The more impressionable right so once. Both parties had agreed to a formal introduction. It was protocol to I. Present not introduced a gentleman to the lady. She in turn was expected to respond with a slight bow. A faint smile and saying his name so the person making the introduction would be like Mr Smith desires to be presented to Miss White Miss White wishes to be acquainted with Mr Smith. Then miss white would bow smile and say Mr Smith and April. This bow was absolutely necessary according to etiquette books which say that unless she bowed gentlemen cannot claim her as an acquaintance. When we say some of these finer points finicky were not lying and right now in my mind so many historical period films are coming into my my mind right and all of that. Formality is making so much more sense. Now because men were to be presented to women and women had to formally accept that social connection so that's between men and women but cast what about introductions between Women Shirley? These were a little bit less complicated. One might think but I mean not really after agreeing to be introduced in the case of two women the younger was to be introduced but not quote unquote presented to the older of the two ladies. If the two women happen to be of similar ages their marital status now came into play and the single eighty would be introduced to them married woman and if two women of the same age and marital status were being introduced the one of lesser social standing would be introduced. I this just sounds I mean. It's

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United States Can't Arbitrarily Impose Tariffs, Despite Mnuchin's Threats

Marketplace

01:45 min | 2 years ago

United States Can't Arbitrarily Impose Tariffs, Despite Mnuchin's Threats

"All right so the second piece of that mission quote the deserves a second look is the bit where he said the United States is going to arbitrarily imposed tariffs which is not the way it works marketplace a dealers on that one despite what the treasury secretary said in Davos this administration can't arbitrarily imposed taxes on whatever it wants the imposition of tariffs on any foreign goods for national security reasons falls under section two thirty two of the trade expansion act there is a procedure for going through section two thirty two and claiming national security that's Emily Blanchard she's an economics professor at Dartmouth College she says the argument the trump administration put forward back in may of last year was unprecedented in US trade policy that automobiles our national security issue because they are important for the US economy and US economic security is part of the broader national security the administration produced a report on why auto imports threaten national security but the White House has refused to release the report to Congress saying it would limit the administration's ability to negotiate further trade deals with Europe Japan and others Jamie Butters at automotive news says in theory he could see national security claims for auto imports if we imported all of our vehicles and we didn't have the ability to manufacture vehicles anymore than we would be at a disadvantage from a defense standpoint but he says that's a tough line to walk given how globally inter twined the auto industry has become an Emily Blanchard Dartmouth says that's exactly why any auto terrace would hurt American workers kind of ripple up and down the supply chain to parts producers and then to to further parts purchasers in alternately to the people buying those cars the American consumer I'm a dealer for market

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Joe Nevills Interview: A Long Goodbye To Mount Pleasant Meadows

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

08:02 min | 2 years ago

Joe Nevills Interview: A Long Goodbye To Mount Pleasant Meadows

"Joe put together a piece titled Biting the Dust Along Goodbye to mount pleasant meadows. And you can go back and Google it on the pollock report now. It was published on June July twenty second of last year and that is now and eclipse award winning feature and congratulations to Joe Honor. Joe Good morning my friend. Happy to have you onboard here man. Where'd you find that clip throwback I so I started google? I I wanted to come up with something to welcome you to the program. Something Mount Pleasant Meadows related and I started googling race calls at Mount Pleasant Meadows and that was is the only piece that I could find. I'm thankful that you put that together all those years ago. Yeah that was that was Scott Sirnak who actually wrote about in the stories won the eclipse award. The man did everything. He was the announcer. He was the bartender programs from marketing. Director Janitor Even puncher tickets on a slow today the secretary we had to do everything there yet. You know I said this is the top of the show you the peace article that you wrote was so good. It struck a chord for me. Personally I think it did for so many racing fans that have ever fallen in love with the race track. That is no longer there and correct me if I'm wrong. was that kind of the crux in the inspiration for you put this together. It's something that you know. The story took me probably Raleigh about five years to put together from first thoughts to hitting send on it. Just because I knew that I wanted to write something about my pleasant. That was when I closed. Because you know the demand for writing about forces. I mean the the the demand for writing about horse racing in Michigan so low that it's you know someone's going to do something wrong it's pretty much gotTa be me and I knew that I was only got got one shot at this and I needed to make it out so it's something that I've been trying to piece together for a long long time and get the right people to talk to the people that I associated with most with the track who are three people. I talked to for the story and you know. Try to stick the landing because I was only GonNa get one shot at this thing. You know miskin Michigan race tracks have been closing for a very long time. And you're a Michigan native. Why was Mount Pleasant Meadows? The one that was so personal for you. Well there are two reasons one is it was the closest track to me I grew up in town called Edmore Michigan about thirty five minutes from my pleasant. So usually the thoroughbred outposts were either in Detroit or the Detroit area or in Muskegon which is on the coast of Lake Michigan. So this is Kinda my local option. If I just wanted to go play the simulcast or you know just go watch live racing without having to take up. Most of my day month wasn't meadows was my option and you the other one was that it was just very accepting community. It's where my Grandpa taught me to read the racist. Learn the races and you know it was small enough that you got to know everybody because it had to because you know you could. I used to have a joke on twitter that I could go round and high five everyone on the tracks grounds if if I hit a good ticket and so you had to figure out who everybody was you know everybody. And that's something that stuck with me for years after the track is close when you stand stand there and you look at what is the old mount pleasant meadows location. What are some of the things that immediately hit you? I mean you think about some of the people and horses that were out there competing You know mount pleasant was the place where you know. There weren't a whole lot of professional jockeys professional trainers in the sense that this was their job. This was their ways to make a living You know a lot of them were a lot of the jockeys were factory workers or they worked as mechanics next. Had you know the country businesses. What have you you know a lot of other trainers? This was something that you know. They ran their horses on the weekends. Here and if they had a good one they'd go to Pinnacle Race Course a Great Lakes down there but like this. Was You know this. This was the base for them. So I think of those people and it was you know since it's such a small core. The same jockeys are the same group of eight ten jockeys or writing every race. The Same Group of you know twenty or so trainers are sending every horse through everything so I think that and I think the south you know. You played the clip of Scott announcing the races earlier. I think of all the different announcers that they had. I think of you know very specific people in the crowd yelling because you you know you get into a crowd of people have very distinctive voices especially when they're being very loud and you think of you know I think that's the jockeys wife and that's you know certain fan who just lost her. You lost a bet or something and just think of the sights and sounds and you know for me. I think of the smells. There's something that I wrote about in the story how you know. The track had a very particular particular smell when it was going I believe I said it was Plastic seats in the sun cigarettes in the open air and the stuff you find under a chairs. There's boot and it's just you know it's something very particular track that I've always associated with it whether it was actually a good smell or not is to be determined urban but I knew where I was when I was there and that was something that you know. It's association you know that I'm at a place I like and things are going to be all right. There are a few individuals that if you spend time talking with in this in this article and trainer nate funnel is one jockey. Lee Gates is another now many people when I say those names are not gonna any clue who were talking about so tell me a little bit more about those guys. So nate funnel He was born in Colorado. Moved to Oh Michigan when he was teen and he was The came up under trainer named Tony Cunningham. Who was a quarter horse trainer? WHO's actually gone on to do? Very well in Indiana China has been the meat leading trainer there several times and he went out his own in the last few years of track and did pretty well for himself both in the quarter. Horses this is N.. Thoroughbreds and Arabians not plus it had racist for all sorts of different breeds. They also round paints there too and you know it was just a very he. He came to the life of the party. Kinda guy when You know you go over to attract simulcasts at the bar there. As well. He'd always be at the at the bar. You know cracking wise. The people making jokes and just kind of you know he's he'd be the loudest voice in the room and you know he'd do the same out of the race track. It'd be he's the one that would always associate. Let's being somebody who would almost be like a wrestling bill and to the crowd and just sort of like you know John Jacking with people you know like Oh we got. The horse is going to be the favorite right right here. I've got the odd odd that you can do it. He'd always they only got the killer right here and you know he was. He was a big character. He was a big hairdryer. Small track and that really stood stood out pearly gates leave road for his parents primarily Dave and Shirley Gates They wrote on this parents would run on the fair circuit before my pleasant meadows opened and Lee had two riders build so he was the one that got up on the horses when he was in his teens and that just sort of became his thing after that I spent the weeks working at a factory nearby and the entire family lives on. Basically the same stretch of road around Blanchard Michigan. And we're right up on the weekends cans Something kind of interesting about the writing contingent is that the racist would go very quickly on Saturdays and Sundays. It started one. That'd be done by about four so everybody would ride their cards there. And then Grew up with them. We're getting a car together. And drive down to Indiana downs. which is a good five hour drive at least from my blood and they would ride the quarterhorse card there because it would always be the last two or three races on a night card so they leave my pleasant at about four? Drive down to Indiana Indiana downs and ride the horse races. There you know. What ten o'clock at night? Then turn around and come back and ride the Sunday racism applause so now these are people who made their living doing this but it was a hard living doing it to do it all they needed to

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Impeachment hearings start again this week.

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

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Impeachment hearings start again this week.

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"blanchard" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"blanchard" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"It probably don't have retention straps on on uh-huh and you you would be shocked if if you do you know when you academy and the blue gun and do that gun take away drill l. and how how stressed out you get when ngoga grabs your firearm and you got a wrestling mat and higher harbory anybody practice that right now they don't then we carry a vest to protect us from around that we that we carry in a chamber in case we lose our most of the folks who open carry do do not have a vest on it's sad with these people are doing a let me get your thoughts on. This recent shootings that we've been having three in one week festival in california we had had el paso dayton ohio man. I'll talk about mental illness. A lot of talk about white supremacy hate groups. What i see is it goes back to spiritual issue. We got folks who have no hope in anything and it's really it's not active. Shooter is a suicide would a gun. It's the it's the same as if we had the murder suicides when you got you go to a house and they shot all their relatives and in turn a gun on themselves. What we just saw in the last couple of days has been public murder-suicide. They were hoping to get off by blue. <hes> in most love them don't have a plan <hes> they change their mind at the last minute and decide to turn themselves in if they can <hes> but i believe is like my life sucks. I'm going to kill a whole bunch of people before i take my own life or i'll let a cop shoot cop. Guess no citizen gets me is that on a big level level to get involved in political arena and people are throwing questions at them and trying to put him in a pigeonhole. They'll say yeah. I don't like mexicans. <hes> <hes> or i i belong to this group. You were if you go back and look at their life. They were suicidal. They were hopeless they they have. Some evil issues <hes>. It's not always mental. A lot of people don't even they hurt themselves. We just take like these easy answers because the media loves the put the put you in a box because then they can call you. Whatever is it's a sickness but it's a murder thing. It's it's <hes> just doing on a grander scale. They want to go out and blazing glory ego. Is it just plant evil. I don't always by the mental illness case i do. I do think there obviously some terrorist groups out there white sperms terrorist groups but but also like what you said about the people who have no hope and i think that if we had better job security that our advancement as far as economics economics <hes> then i think that this would not be an issue and i think that they a lot of people particularly when it comes to white supremacy that they're blaming other people for taking their jobs taking taking their layout but it's really just a matter of economic insecurity the jobs gone overseas and now they have nothing to fall back on under looking for someone to scape scapegoat to blame and so that's my gun and so yes like the klan was built on that yet. You're coming here taking our white women inner taken away one yeah always back to that yeah. I'm hoping that our politicians really can't do something what can be done. You know i'm not really sure about myself obviously taken you're not going to eliminate every single gun people who have firearms or any type of a._r. Type of rifle or not going to give it up. Anything would be more of a stockpiling going on every time. This happens gun sales. Go up right right because we hate. We hate to lose so we're gonna fear. Loss man motivates us to say never again by one more a are just in case. I can't get the next week and then on top of that. Nothing you can't legalize. You can't stop anybody from doing anything. Not one law has stopped murder hurt. People still commit stuff with sticks. We got a knife knife knifings increasing stabbings. There was just one the other day. Four people got killed or something like that would just people so last question i want to ask you about or we'll talk to you about his <hes> this this whole second amendment thing i'm reading a book called loaded discriminatory history of the second amendment. It's by lady p._h._d. Roxanne dunbar ortiz have you heard of her or herded up now. I haven't okay well. It's a really really good book and she talks about the history of the second amendment. Going back to little cowboy cowboy days the frontier days settlers colonizer mentality talks about how white men sixteen seventeen eighteen hundreds were actually mandated into own guns and you know because they never knew they would be ended up as a policy to <hes> to either attack the indians or tracked down some runaway slave to really it's really interesting book but <hes> and i just want to get your thoughts i know you haven't read the book never heard of it but just <hes> her assessment as far as the second second amendment being really her assessment is that the cycle second amendment was was put in place at the time where the constitution's being framed in that white males obviously with the the dominant people and they want to stay dominant people and that was the reason for the second amendment in order to bring taking their dominance they had they had to have this particular secondhand and she goes on to state that back other other laws that talked about malicious other constitutional amendments that talked about a regulated militia in all this stuff so why isn't it or two times and her premises the second amendment really had to deal with white men's is keeping their status without reading her book. I would assume maybe even wrongly that that she thinks that the second amendment is irrelevant for today that he doesn't be yes and i'd say no a well regulated militia being necessary sorry to the security of a free state the right of the people to keep him bear arms shall not be infringed. This whole constitution of the united states was written <hes> in a time when black people were not free all the pieces in there are evergreen though and even though we didn't get acknowledged just as a whole person for a long time it applies to us now and i believe that a second still valid today because people haven't changed changed <hes> you can't. We have d._v._d.'s and cd players and m._p. Threes and social media and all bunch of didn't apply apply back then we have similar automatic firearms and we have farms they can shoot way better than muskets of the day death of has increased increased but mankind agreed are evil are avarice. All that stuff is still the saint so you still need to be able to protect yourself. Protect your family. Trump has showed us how the government can just do what he wants and stuff that you thought nobody nobody would ever say is a president he's broken all those <hes> and if if he were able to get the congress of you able to get the republicans and democrats than and whoever to change things it is tough it was written into this constitution as old as it is to to help us the regular people to remain free. We aren't that far. Even though we get all this technology we are not that far craziness because people haven't changed. Thank you thank you so much for being a podcast. That move really was eye opening. I did not know your reverend. Your take on weapons in african americans own gun is is is really revolutionary my mind because of the place i came from very liberal blue state connecticut's on it's good to hear some people who actually has some sense. We'll hunters and fishermen men out there. Who who know what you're talking about so thank you very much for coming on podcast. I appreciate it very much. Man hope i ain't too much no man not off. You got more to say on sale on both accolades. Thank you thank you very much. Thanks i appreciate you read black man with a gun. Thank you very much all the work that you're doing keep up. The good work don't encouraged. I certainly appreciate it. You're one of the reasons that i really want to do this. Podcast i was listening to other podcasts and thinking man. That's what they're talking about is interesting interesting and all that then i come across you unveiling in and you know he's doing that. Other people are doing this and some people are podcasts and about putting on lipstick like you know what let me get. In this game here i think i i think i got something to say and something to after listening to the conversation so and try to make this world a better place to flip in and get you on the show to cross pollinate absolutely i definitely appreciate thank you so much my brother you walk mama take care. We'll talk to you. Thank you once once again like to thank my special guest ken blanchard the reverend ken blanchard coming onto the show. Make sure you check out his speak life podcasts for anyone who's interested in the the religious aspects of these going on the life podcast also check out his book black man with a gun and responsible gun ownership african americans look up amazon's got a bunch of material to go to his website black man with a gun dot com. That's black man with a gun dot com. He's got well over six hundred twenty five episodes just from that particular podcast black man with a gun podcast. He's also got a store where you can buy a number. I t shirts so please check him out. Make sure you patronize them supported what he's doing. I think everything is doing as far as the second amendment in african americans protecting themselves is great as a former law enforcement officer himself worked with the cia who's also in the military farther hard the marines so check him out. Make sure you give a lot of love and a lot of support and thank you once again to the good reverend ken blanchard for coming on the show the name of the book that we were both trying to come nope within think about was negroes with gun robert f williams negroes with guns mature. You guys also check that book out and check out anything that has a history gun rights and gun ownership and everything. I like that so that's it. Ladies and gentlemen guys enjoyed the interview. Let me know what i'm doing right. Let me know what i'm doing wrong. Hit me back on the email hunter police training at gmail.com hunter police who's consulting edgy mail dot com up on twitter c._p._t. L. hunter that's captain l hunter instagram c._p._t. L. hunter captain l hunter. Let me know what what i'm doing right lemonade. I'm doing ron. Thank you to tune in until next time. Guys take care much love and peace the..

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"blanchard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"blanchard" Discussed on KOMO

"As a unit on the sixteenth floor at first and Blanchard caught fire no injuries are still trying to figure out what happened but everybody got out okay the mass shootings in el Paso in Dayton are fueling a renewed effort to ban high capacity magazines both shooters use these ammunition magazines capable of holding dozens of bullets and our state does not regulate or ban them come was Keith Eldridge joins us live from to come up with a new state house speaker designate says the legislation is ready for top priority consideration and Keith in in Dayton that shooter it was nine people dead within thirty seconds that's the scary part about it because of the high capacity magazines and assorted have dozens even hundreds of of ball it's ready to go within a matter of seconds and that made him again just be horrific and so there is a call at the state legislature to band the new sale or for purchase or trading of these high capacity magazine now down in California they have such a band were limited to ten to fifteen however you saw that mashed using at the garlic festival in Gilroy that that does indeed have a high capacity magazine but he brought it in from Nevada so there are ways around this and unfortunately we talked to a state senator Phil fortune not Republican out of Auburn even polite he gun owner gun advocate says there are ways to get around this just because you banned the new sales or purchase of these high capacity magazine doesn't mean that there are millions out there already if a guy wants to do or woman wants to do may have they all they need do is since he is one of those millions and not have to worry about this a new proposed ban that is all set to be voted on at the next legislative session they did pastor by each committee in the state house and state Senate did pass their own versions of this bill didn't go any further than that they wanted to hold on to the already existing of bills they were passing on gun safety so they didn't want to straighten it was the passage of those so they held on to the the high capacity magazine measure and they say now is the time to really get serious about especially in light of what happened over the weekend any other measures any other things that they're doing to make people feel safer in the state all the talk about going after the real root causes of that so mental health of the big issue especially among Republicans who want to say let's get to the cause of this why would somebody go out and do this go to preventative measures of people are acting suspicious let's be able to see the guns from those kinds of people bullying at school what address that so the people they don't have a reason for the the school shooting so they want to go out to the causes of it and when you talk to some of the gun owners they say the best weapon against St mass shooter is to have people out there in the crowd armed it themselves ready to shoot back so that the main campus is relatively small rather than the mass shootings that we're seeing right now so even if you have a quick call the nine one one to report an auto says of the police can only get there in a matter of minutes and with these high capacity magazines you could do a lot of harmonies that even with the band that somebody will get a hold of those and so with the band really doesn't do anything but house majority as and the speaker of the house of representatives has the bills are ready the reddit voted on as soon as you get the approval from her caucus so they're going to get it passed and they control both the house and Senate Democrats to put all of the governor's office so passages highly likely if they get that hearing and it sounds like they will come most Keith Eldridge from to come thank you Keith and just ahead of our Kamel money update we're going to reveal for you the Kamel afternoon sound by which again is related to the story it is incumbent upon all of us I don't care.

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