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Grant Stinchfield: People Seek Out What They Want to Hear

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:34 min | 16 hrs ago

Grant Stinchfield: People Seek Out What They Want to Hear

"Just, you know, digesting news differently. And as much as you like it, don't like it. Nobody sits down at the dinner table anymore, you know, technically at 6, 6 30 every night. And on the background you have walder cronkite telling you the way it is. I mean, they just don't have that anymore. We get our news in such different ways. You know, people tell me all the time they just wish they had an unbiased version of news where you just were told the news. I actually don't think that's true. I don't think there are people hungry for that anymore. People seek out what they want to hear. That goes for conservatives and it goes for liberals. And so I think different networks can pick their lane and then if they had news programs that were somewhat unbiased and in many respects, Fox News does an okay job of this. Newsmax doesn't okay job of this in their daytime programming. But in the end, people want to go to sources that they can trust because the news is much more than who got killed, what store got robbed, who had their house broken into. That's old fashioned news. That's Miami news back in the 1980s. People are now concerned about their lives. What's going to happen to the stock market? What's going to happen to their ability to decide for themselves and their kids? How they want to be educated or their healthcare. And what they want to put in their bodies. These are decisions that are really important for them. So I think people are in a position where they've got to go find people they can trust, always question, always do your own homework, but in the end, you've got to go seek this out. You can't rely on ABC NBC CBS to give you a nightly news,

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Dazed and Confused: Joe Biden Ignores Reality

The Trish Regan Show

01:55 min | 6 d ago

Dazed and Confused: Joe Biden Ignores Reality

"Whole clip from Scott pelley's interview on CBS News 60 minutes from Sunday Night. Mister president first Detroit Auto Show in three years. Yeah. Is the pandemic over? A pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic is over. If you notice, no one's wearing masks. Everybody seems to be in pretty good shape. So if everyone is in really good shape, then why are we spending so much on so many different welfare programs? There's a ton of money that got put into action back in March of 2020. And we're still feeling the effects of all that. I realized the president thinks inflation's up just an inch. Inflation rate month to month is just an inch hardly at all. You're not arguing that 8.3 is good news. No, I'm not saying it's good news, but it was 8.2 or 8.2 before. Actually, it's up over a percent from this time last year. As I predicted, by the way, it would, I said it over and over again right here on this show as far back as summer of 2020 that you couldn't have. This much fiscal and monetary policy working together and not run certain risks. Anyway, you have welfare benefits that have skyrocketed. Think about the millions of people that are still receiving food stamps because they expanded that program pretty dramatically. That was the national emergency, remember? You had a restriction or a lack of restriction, I should say, on state requirements for work, which meant more people were able to file for more benefits. States were not able to remove people, for example, from Medicaid roles, even if the people were no longer eligible for Medicaid, the prediction is that it's costing taxpayers according to a report in The Wall Street Journal about $16 billion a month.

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Jesse Watters: Why Transporting Migrants Is Brilliant

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | Last week

Jesse Watters: Why Transporting Migrants Is Brilliant

"This story has certainly moved the needle for Ron DeSantis because Republicans and Democrats alike are looking at this guy and saying, yeah, that's pretty brilliant and why is it brilliant? Simple. Jesse watters at Fox News explains why it is perfectly brilliant. There were live on the ground waiting for a plane full of illegal immigrants to land nearby Joe Biden's $1 million beach house in Delaware. The only way to get the president to react to the open border because CBS spoke to him for 60 minutes and it never came up is to send migrants to his doorstep. He finally said something about the illegals being dropped off where he vacations today. Do you have any comment or response to investor? Did you come visit? We had a bit of a short run. Desantis isn't going to Delaware. It's not a swing state. But every news camera in the country went, have you ever seen this many reporters at the southern border? No. The flight's too far and it's dusty. You know, when Pulitzer is at the border, plus the humidity messes up your hair. Trust me, I know. The only way you can get the media to cover the border is to bring the border to the northeast, where it's a short drive from all of their bureaus. And the journalists, quote unquote, can be back home that night for dinner. He's right. The only way to get Americans to be aware of this is to do precisely what Ron DeSantis and Greg Abbott and Republican governors are doing.

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Biden Declares COVID-19 Pandemic Over

The Officer Tatum Show

01:01 min | Last week

Biden Declares COVID-19 Pandemic Over

"I had to forget man. This is from just a news critics are flooding Twitter after Biden to Klaus COVID-19 pandemic is over, really? Really? This is fabulous news. This is fabulous news. I love it. I love it. That means that if this, if this pandemic is over, all of you federal employees are all that you employees across the country that have lost your jobs, you know, or you've been forced to get the jab. By the way, we're gonna talk about some of the adverse effects of the dev tomorrow. If you've been forced to get the jab, especially up to late, you know, some of you have been forced even up to late to get this, get this jab. Biden wants you to know that it's over. Had tipped just the news, Biden claimed the COVID-19 pandemic is, quote, over. Turn an interview with CBS 60 minutes on Sunday, sparking intense backlash from both conservative and liberal voices across social media who called out his administration's recent mixed mixed messaging.

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CBS Spent More Time on the Queen's Death Than Remembering 9/11

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

CBS Spent More Time on the Queen's Death Than Remembering 9/11

"I understand it's sad that the longest reigning monarch died, can we go enough with the wall to wall coverage? You know that she's not going to get buried for another week. We got a week left of this. A week, there's a show I like on Sunday mornings on CBS. Sunday morning, with Jane Pauley. Their whole show yesterday was about Queen Elizabeth. Do you realize the date of yesterday's broadcast? September 11th. Mean anything to anyone at CBS? You couldn't spend more than a couple of minutes on September 11th, 2001, we are forgetting September 11th. We are forgetting what those evildoers did to our country. We are teaching kids about everything but 9 11. And young people have absolutely zero appreciation for not only the destruction of 9 11, but how unified we were, we forgot what that felt like.

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AJ's First Brushes With Reporter John Miller

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

AJ's First Brushes With Reporter John Miller

"Thing, guys. If I sound really high on John Miller, it's for good reason. And I want to tell you a story about my, you know, brushing paths with him. Crossing paths with him, brushing shoulders with him, I always looked up to John Miller because of what a Ruth ruthless reporter he was. He was just fearless. And back in the day, as I was still writing sports, but I began to dabble in gossip. I was spending one day a week at with Linda Stacey, the editor of the gossip column at New York newsday called hot copy, actually that was called inside New York. It became high copy when I got there, but it was inside New York. And I used to go every Friday, I'd work at New York newsday in Manhattan, every Friday. And then I'd work, you know, when work was through what I'd stick around and in the city all night and hit the clubs at the restaurant, just get to know the lay of the land and the people who run the nightlife. I'll never forget those experiences. They were tremendous. I learned everything. I met people who got me indoors. I could never have gotten in before. I ended up meeting women that I dated that became great sources and dead different lines of work. I just threw myself out there. And it was really, it was really pertinent to my career going forward. So Miller was a guy I ran into quite a bit. He was already marked to be a star when he was a terrific reporter for WNBC. And later at television, ABC and CBS, and a few years earlier, I remember being mesmerized because I'd watch Miller continually ambush the mafia Don John Gotti. He would ambush him with a camera crew while Ghani was walking along the street with a few of his men, was usually a Little Italy down on mulberry street, where John Gotti had his ravenite social club, and in order to avoid being bumped, Gotti and his underboss, Sammy the bull gravano, and other people would walk around the block, put their hands covering their mouths just like you saw in the movie Goodfellas. I actually casino. And they would discuss business.

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Why AJ Approves of CNN's New Boss Chris Licht

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Why AJ Approves of CNN's New Boss Chris Licht

"If you listen to my politics is a bit show, you know that I'm very happy with CNN's new boss Chris licked and what's he's doing with that network. He's basically getting out all the bullshit. He's getting rid of the people who had a very slanted view of news. He wants news that's more central. You know, yes, they're probably still going to lean left, but not like they were leaning in the past. He wants factual based stories. And he made a couple of big hires the other day. One of which was a guy named John Miller who is now CNN's chief law enforcement and intelligence analyst Miller used to serve as the New York police department's deputy commissioner of intelligence and counter terrorism. You might have seen a lot of him with whenever there was a terrorism story or a bin Laden story. But before that, John Miller worked as a correspondent for CBS News and ABC News, he actually landed a very rare interview with Osama bin Laden back in 1998. It was also the former co anchor of ABC's 2020 and he worked for a decade as an investigative reporter for WNBC in New York. And he's obviously going to help deliver to what Chris look says is CNN's commitment to tackling complex issues while presenting audiences with independent objective news and meaningful analysis across platforms.

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What's so Bad About Making America Great Again?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

What's so Bad About Making America Great Again?

"You watch the speech last night? Biden's speech, the demonic deranged President Biden declaring war on conservative Americans. Not only was the setting bizarre and perhaps you've seen on Twitter, Facebook, other social media, the setting where he was posed in front of this kind of dark black and red scene with marines in uniform standing behind him, you know, politicizing, of course, the U.S. Marine Corps. As he gave this just hateful derisive divisive, angry speech that was supposed to be about unity and supposed to be nonpartisan. You know, the president of the United States gave a political speech on taxpayer dollar last night. Now the good news is you probably didn't see it because ABC NBC, CBS, Fox News, MSNBC. Most of the media broadcasting units chose not to air it because they knew what was coming. They knew it was a partisan political speech, portrayed as a, you know, bring us together, kumbaya, can't we all get along speech by this deranged and divisive president. And yet, if you did get a chance to see it, I want to hear your thoughts on it. I mean, folks are panning it all over the map. We'll share some of the thoughts on Twitter and otherwise, president Trump, weighed in, questioning whether or not President Biden is suffering from severe dementia and urging somebody to very slowly. Very slowly. And passionately. It actually explained to him what maga is. Now you do know that maga stands for make America great again. What about making America great again? Is so disturbing to Democrats. So disturbing to liberals so disturbing to this deranged dementia addled, president of the United States. What's so bad about making America great again that the Democrats are so opposed to? I

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Conservative Media Better Not Air Joe Biden's Speech on Thursday

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | Last month

Conservative Media Better Not Air Joe Biden's Speech on Thursday

"If you've got an explanation for why you're glad to hear about Biden's speech regarding the soul of the nation, you know what this is, this is an absolute donation in kind. This is an in kind campaign contribution from NBC, ABC CBS, and all the media that will carry it. Fox News better not carry one second. Of this preposterous disgraceful speech to America. Newsmax, one America news, they better not carry one second of it. And I don't think that the left even knows how infuriating this speech is. At the end of the day, they suffer from a complete lack of awareness. They don't have a level of awareness that you would think normal, rational people have.

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Biden to Give Prime-Time Speech on Thursday About 'Soul of the Nation'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | Last month

Biden to Give Prime-Time Speech on Thursday About 'Soul of the Nation'

"Night, Joe Biden is going to give a speech to the American people all the networks are going to lap it up. The obedient lap dogs of NBC, CBS, ABC, they're all going to eagerly carry the president's address on healing the soul of America. You filthy fascists. How's that good? Do you think he'll address that? You know what I'd like to hear Thursday night? You know why I'm going to watch it? I'm going to wait for him to apologize for calling us fascists. No, excuse me. Fascists. Maybe he'll explain what a semi fascist is. Maybe he can tell us about fascism in America. Maybe he can explain why maga Republicans are fascists. That could be his big announcement Thursday night.

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Ben Shapiro: GOP Is Miscalibrating the Nature of the Political Scene

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:47 min | Last month

Ben Shapiro: GOP Is Miscalibrating the Nature of the Political Scene

"Shapiro is raising some concerns about the midterm elections. I have been voicing these concerns for about a month or so now. And I've been getting a lot of blowback from the America first crowd. There's a brand new CBS poll out and they're projecting that the Republicans will capture 226 seats in November. That will give them the majority, not by much. They'll have a majority plus 8 seats. Now, the Democrats in a generic congressional ballot, they lead 44.3% to 43.8%. It's not looking good for the Democrats, but it's not looking great for the Republicans. Now, if these numbers hold true, that means that the Senate would not would not move over into the Republican column. A lot of people are concerned about this and rightfully so we've been talking about it for a while, the Republicans are losing steam. So Shapiro is out there, and he's saying that some of the reasons are because of the roe V wade decision. But he says there's something else going on here. He says that it's Donald Trump's fault. Shapiro says the GOP is miss calibrating the very nature of the American political scene right now based on a myth. In fact, the entirety of American politics is based on dueling versions of the same false mythology. The mythology of the emerging democratic minority, majority.

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Liberal Pundits React to the Redacted Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

Mark Levin

01:30 min | Last month

Liberal Pundits React to the Redacted Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

"Neil Catalog Former acting U.S. lister general Under Obama of course on MS LSD of course The affidavit shows Trump didn't declassify any documents No it doesn't show that at all Affidavit shows that FBI DoJ think that Donald Trump is a liar Maybe but who cares Jeff pegues if that is his name CBS News correspondent On redacted affidavit the government saying there is evidence of obstruction Hey what do you have like a 15 watt lightbulb up there brother That was in the documents they released two and a half weeks ago or whatever it was Frank fig luzi if that is his name former FBI assistant director also an MS LSD We won't be able to recruit our allies to work for us because Trump was storing their documents What else What else Sure there's more Trump should be charged with treason Corinne Jean Pierre on the constipated news when that work Well The White House didn't know about the search warrant White House knowing awful lot you've been working with the archives To get rid of executive privilege We're not going to get involved on that but if they are cars does that okay Wink wink wink wink

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A Judge Has Agreed to Unseal Parts of the Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

The Trish Regan Show

01:42 min | Last month

A Judge Has Agreed to Unseal Parts of the Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

"First to the news of the day, the judge in this whole Mar-a-Lago raid has said that he will allow parts of the affidavit that led to the search of the former president's property to be unsealed. Hallelujah and look, I'm a journalist, so I just want to see everything. I mean, if they have some things that are top secret for national security reasons, okay, okay, but you know what? The American people deserve to know what's up because we hear one thing and then we hear another and then we hear this the passports, for example. The Trump team said they took the passports. And then CBS News reports that no, in fact, according to their DoJ source, the passports were not taken and I'm talking about three passports including two expired ones that belonged to president Donald Trump. Well, then we learned that, oh, in fact, they did. So why was the DoJ telling CBS News something else? And why was CBS News? Well, frankly, this is just poor journalism, not checking all its sources. So as sat, look, I think it's critical that we, the American people, know why our government chose to do that. And then we can, we can figure it out from there, let the chips fall where they may, but at least give us the information. At least let us understand what was really behind this, as opposed to a bunch of rumors and leaked sources that have their own biases to the media that has its own biases. We just want truth. And I think whatever it may be, American needs to be prepared for all of it, but needs to be able to see what did Reagan say, trust, but verify, I don't think there's a lot of trust right now in the system given everything that's happened. So we certainly need that verification

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Our Faith in U.S. Institutions Is Being Challenged

The Trish Regan Show

01:42 min | Last month

Our Faith in U.S. Institutions Is Being Challenged

"Let me get back to what we've just seen, right? Unfold in the last 72 hours. This passport nonsense, as a result of the Mar-a-Lago raid. You mean to tell me it took Trump's passport and then you had the audacity in the insanity to put one of your DoJ, spokespeople out there telling CBS News, by the way, they wouldn't go on record very interesting, right? Very telling because they're just feeding his lies, do a major news network, the anchor of a major nightly news broadcast? They fertilize, oh, no, no, we never take the passports. And then it comes out. Oh, what do you know? There's a letter. There's a letter from our government that Trump was able to show, saying, we're sorry for taking your passports. I mean, so what are people supposed to believe you understand how damaging? This is, to a very fragile country right now. And when our government is so biased or so messed up or so much of a loose cannon that they're going to send someone out to say something that's not true to a major news network, and it's like, oh, you got to believe it. Got to believe it, came from CBS News, and Americans are effectively being kind of gaslit, right? Because now they're like, but wait a second. That was all wrong. So we have a problem here. And in some ways, as I've told you before, it reminds me of, oh, inflation is just transitory. Transitory, nothing to see here, folks, nothing? Yeah. Right, right. The highest inflation we've had in 41 years, but oh, no big deal, no big deal. This is the problem. And so consequently, our faith our trust in our government and in our institutions has been so challenged.

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Donald Trump Jr.: Garland, the Left Have No Intention of Transparency

Mark Levin

01:31 min | Last month

Donald Trump Jr.: Garland, the Left Have No Intention of Transparency

"They go into wherever they want to go into It was so broad I think it was unconstitutional And what's scary about is they pretend that it's not right You get Merrick Garland He gets on TV and says he wants the utmost transparency And yet they don't want to release the affidavits right They don't want to do it So they say what they're supposed to say on TV with no intention of actually doing that We want transparency Oh that's wonderful Everyone in the media runs with that immediately You know then they don't actually do anything to give you said transparency That would be ridiculous Mark Nora O'Donnell can run what is it CBS and say that they did not take the passports Oh yeah they did It took us about 6 minutes to disprove that And if she was interested in actually doing journalism rather than just immediately trying to get some click bait out there she probably could have made a phone call and found out that that is not accurate What she was spoon fed But she didn't want to do that And the original tweet about them not in fact confidence getting the passports which is totally a lie and totally false Still remains up because it's generating clickbait for her getting her followers as though it's actually real And we've seen this time and time again Mark Last week was nothing more than the Russia Russia Russia hoax part 37 We've seen this play I'd love to say that I was shocked and dismayed but honestly I've gotten used to it

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Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

"I'm sure many of you have noticed in the last couple years how drudge report has just become a left wing rag. It's unreadable. I used to go to drudge all the time. I don't go anymore. There's a new website, though, that is surging in traffic. They do a wonderful job of aggregation and staying on top of the news. It is citizen free press dot com. They're I have to tell you traffic is unbelievable lately. And the man behind citizen free press is someone just called Kane. You could call him Citizen Kane. He stays anonymous so that the left doesn't screw with him and that he's able to continue to operate the website freely to give an idea. Susan free press had a 169 million page views in the month of July. That is more than Politico, The Wall Street Journal Huffington Post, NBC News, TMZ, CBS News Daily Beast, ABC News, and more. And the man behind citizen free press, who is just called Kane. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, and moraine anonymous for many reasons, of which I fully support, joins us right now. Citizen Kane, who runs citizen free press, how are you? Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Glad to be here. And yeah, I'll touch on that a little bit. Look, from day one, I wanted to avoid any interaction with David Brock and media manner. And it's only grown in the last 5 years since I've been running the site, so it helps to stay anonymous. And somehow I've been able to do it for 5 and a half years. No one has no one listening has ever recognized that photo. Those are the colonnade of Thomas Jefferson's lawn in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia. So that's actually a reunion photo. So I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia. And used to be a progress grad, but in the new woke UVA, not so proud.

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Hard Hitting Truths With Kurt Schlichter

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

Hard Hitting Truths With Kurt Schlichter

"Just start off where we're at right now. The Democrats have gotten, I think the panic is set in that November is coming. And they're doing everything they possibly can to avoid what is shaping up to be a wipe out, especially in the house, probably in the Senate. And then all of a sudden, out of the blue, and you're an attorney, I'm an attorney. You have the FBI just go pull an amazingly stupid stunt as a way to peers right now. Where are we at right now? What's going on? They're continuing their effort to frame Donald Trump for the same reason they have for 6 years. It's really a message to anyone who's not within the establishment that the incompetence losers, weirdos and mutations who make up our ruling class are not going to just give up power. They're going to try and hold on. Look, this isn't a flex from strength. This is a flex from weakness. And I'm not even sure that they expected the blowback that they got. So it took a little while for a lot of Republicans to find their spine. The first day McConnell wouldn't say anything about it. Because there were floods. And that's all he could talk about. He had to talk about the floods. Boy, McConnell. Boy, he used to be a knife fighter. Now he's really becoming a joke. I mean, if you can get your behind handed to you like he did by Chuck Schumer, which is like being tricked by your beagle, you know, you're losing a step. And then Tim Scott, who's perfectly nice guy. I like Tim Scott. I love him as a neighbor. He's got no business being a leader of the Republican Party or a candidate for president because he just does a gay. He actually goes on CBS News. And says, we need to wait and see what this is about and what they found. No, no, we don't.

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Stephen Colbert Calls FBI Mar-a-Lago Raid 'Christmas'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | Last month

Stephen Colbert Calls FBI Mar-a-Lago Raid 'Christmas'

"Here is Stephen Colbert in his monologue last night on CBS. What was it today? It was like 96° outside. Thank you all for standing up in this heat and being here tonight. Of course, it may be hot out there. You're the heroes. They hydrated. It may be hot outside, but in here, it's Christmas. 'cause yesterday, we all got the present we wanted. FBI agent three. That's the most beautiful sentence America has ever produced. Right up there with we put cheese inside the crust. Kind of makes your skin crawl, doesn't it? The man literally giggling like a teenage school girl. FBI agents raided Mar-a-Lago. If you want to want to consider the most tone deaf reaction, imaginable, that would be it. But that, but he's saying out loud what they're all thinking on the left.

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"cb" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"I'm late i'm late. I'm only know next time around next time around. I don't know win. It will be okay to say that someone goes through babysitters like sherman went through georgia. But it's not yet. It's also not okay to say gypped which say but i couldn't as someone who one hundred percent believes. The confederacy was wrong but also lives in. South carolina in sherman literally just paves a path of fire to the sea. And they're like man that kid so terrible. The moscow's goes through babysitters like sherman through georgia. What you know. I always nineteen eighty and that was forty one years ago hard. No you can't do it rewrite fleas. If you could not off san francisco. Yes i grew up in the church and i can tell you this right now. You just don't tell an old lady. She can't sing in the choir. Like you just like of the things. It was played out as well as it could have played out but to tell it old lady who probably has spent her life in the church that she just can't put on a choir robe even though it's voluntary church activity is i couldn't get over. I don't do that here. Man you don't. I i the idea that alone mate. I'm all about confrontation. The idea that alone made me shudder like you. The best choir directors in southern churches. Get those people to sing quietly. That's the bet like if you acquire director at a church in an old southern church if you can get those people to sing like softer what is the opposite of forte. What is it. I don't know what it is. So yeah if you can get him to sing. You can't just hear him really specifically then you deserve like a metal right and this guy's just coming in. He's just cleaning house. He's like we gotta win the handel's messiah championships. Okay and we can't do that with your terrible off key voice up there so you're out of here. i just. It was hard it was. I there were there. Were ladies in churches from my entire childhood that i pictured and i was just like no. No one would do this. No circumstance okay. I buy that for like southern church choir. That's doing the him sort of her. But like this guy coming into this complicated piece of music. Yeah did you buy that. Or i thought that the performances were great in the scene. But just i just kept going. Conversation goes like this. you can't be an acquire anymore. I helped pay for that pipe organ. Well then by all means that's and then you cut to the next business meeting that involves the entire church and someone brings a motion to fire the choir director. That's what happens right. And then lastly there is a point where a guy is wearing a shirt and it's got a picture of handle and it says i can handle the messiah and i just look. I feel like we're pretty loose here with with with our understanding of sometimes how crazy ridiculous religion is and sounds i can handle. The musalia. Just seemed like it was out of bounds. That's that's the gift that he gives all of them shirts address just couldn't i could. I just was like i couldn't. I couldn't quite grasp it. That was the tough one for me. As well daniel t-shirt culture was still in its early stages in nineteen eighty. Everybody thought they were hilarious. They were going through shirts. Like sherman through georgia. I just coming out of the cb radio that's where we were. That's all i got..

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"cb" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"And i've never forgotten that speech And then also the scene where the old lady gets kicked out of the choir. We talk a lot lately about ted lasso and one of the things. That's so great about that show. Is this notion that kindness can be dramatic. You know that like we. We've been conditioned to think that drama is about conflict and about like people having fights and lily ponds or whatever. You know that that it's all got to be like insults and and and you know one-upmanship and all this kind of stuff but sometimes doing the right thing and being nice and compassionate somebody else can be good storytelling so the fact that this woman who has been with choir forever and it's just like not able to find a key with the map now. He takes her aside as like. He doesn't want to have to do it but he knows he has to do it. She doesn't want it to happen but she knows it has to happen and she lets them off the hook by being like you know what you need an assistant you. I need to go and make sure that these robes are updated. People don't have their music that at about like she basically like saves him from having to deliver this crushing blow to her by like volunteering to come in. Do something else and still be part of the choir. Have this place to go to and to be around these people. I think it's a lovely scene. And it's beautifully acted ruth nelson great actress. She's in robert altman's a wedding and like a million other things and houseman is such a pro houseman. Goes back to like orson welles and the mercury theatre. Yeah and then in the seventies you know. He wins an oscar. Yeah for the paper chase where he plays like stentorian stern really like you know taskmaster of a law school professor at harvard. And so in this movie you see him also kind of having that taskmaster kind of thing where he's very you know he's tough and he's demanding and he wants soup out of you but he does it in a way where it's like. I want you to give me this and you want to give me this because you giving it to me is going to mean that you are better than you were when you started this process so yeah i think there's a lot of feels here. I got A church music group feels Growing up in the church. The first time i ever Got to play with. Other musicians was at church. When i was first getting started playing guitar like thirteen fourteen and just having the freedom in the space to do that. was great and going from being really bad to being a little bit better than bad and seeing progresses and exciting thing and having that freedom to do that. is great and i really loved his speech early on about how he views music and i thought all of that was really great and so i got i got church. Music feels. Yeah i think that the amateur speech is wonderful. John houseman is great in it. But i love. I'm a sucker for a great sports movie like even a decent sports movie. That's kind of my christmas movie that courtroom dramas like those things like bring it. People automatically dan. I mean you just like mindless action. Movies like courtroom dramas like david dobkin the judge with downey junior robert duvall bring it home bringing it right now. Let's go and so the the thing that happens in these in these sports movies is the coach isn't like by the team and then at some point it flips some sort of gesture or act of some kind like in in..

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"cb" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

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"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

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"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Arts groups and then we realize okay. Something's wrong is different. And then that when we came together as disabled artists than we realized something different in the mainstream writing groups even though they're mainstream people of color so we decided okay. Would our voices be better if former collective as an individual when we fight for inclusion usually we either being. You know erased excused. Neidl eat that. But then we when we bargain as a collective than our voices are heard. That's where we saw that difference so from this piece of read unknowingly. You know there was something different with howard process writing in howell. I accept writing in a able-bodied space. I hope you're enjoying listening to copy. Read accepts for their writing. I thought it would be cool to hear. Cubby read one more piece so this next extract is from their piece. How do you right here. Cubby shares what. It's like to find time to ri- when your cara with needs and deadlines is always asking. How do you write. How how how'd you right when you're cater for disabled child holiday you right when your library has erased original people on the unseeded lands in where you live in. How do you write when your birth country has been colonized for two hundred years before norm became melbourne. So we asked these questions before you even right haldi right when you're hungry. Nobody even asked. But so when you right because you need the extra money to feed your family while everyone is in lockdown or how'd you right on an empty stomach a three o'clock in the morning and you wake up with growling tommy. You are sleeping with your child and you cannot move from this tiny curled body beside you entwined grimm's at his three am. So how'd you right in yet and yet you find yourself catching up from chores. Laundry tidying toy boxes washing dishes. But in this silence. You hear the of the fridge Ticking of all clock in the ringing your ears. Your mind is buzzing. The voices is your head are the loudest and only then finally. Finally you'll find time to write so sometimes it's in the middle of the chaos. You'll grab whatever paper whatever whatever accessories right on. Okay this thing in my head have to write it down. And you're like middle of cooking middle of Taking care of a child in then. That's for you right in the. You don't have the privilege of space and sit down quietly in readable old weekend long. It's something in between an interspersed into daily life and the chaos of it and that's where you do it that's all that's all you can do. When you have the capacity you have to squeeze it in. Sometimes he can't even squeeze it in to do it later on when you remember in percolate in your head you can actually listen to cubby talk all day but we don't have time so instead. I asked cubby. If they had any panel puts be open with the mantra of empathic lee. Slow be opened with change be open for accessibility because we exist and With the ndis opening here in the west side of Victoria give space to those you think needed and reach out and give them the space that they need and that was the wonderful wonderful cb. Mako we wanna thank cubby coming on the show and for chatting to us and we really hope you enjoyed learning more about her. I definitely did if you're interested in. Cb's work visit their website at mccurry. All mom dot wordpress dot com mccurry. All mom is spelt m. e..

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"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Was a gap in the storytelling literary arts. Everyone is able bodied even the publishers down to the writers at if it's a disabled person it's always a white person if you are disabled. You're supposed to be quiet about it because there are traditions in cultures. That says it is a curse or a car by you had bad car by your previous life or a punishment from god. Those are the things that makes disability hidden or silenced. But i want to write in a different way to show that. Hey we exist. We are here in the stolen lands and we exist as margaret of color and we have disabilities. We may not talk about it but here we are so. There is that gap in the narrative. And we like to address that by for me when we formed a collective the disabled q. By paul collective. If you will copy online you know that they're not shy. To hold event organizers accountable for inaccessible planning but you can also imagine. It's exhausting work copy. Shouldn't have to do on their own. And as allies. We definitely need to step up in this next clip copy ambitions and accessible feature. We are fighting for inclusion in the mainstream not just in writing but also in accessibility. Meaning we would like in this because we're in year two of the global pandemic we would like Accessibility be the norm. Like when we have a zoo conference e clued captions include ostlund. Interpreters already in your programming. Or if you're writing a book have sensitivity reader so we can see which words we can remove the ablest words because even recently as twenty twenty one i have read. Authors of color include the r. word Other words which you can actually google. I will not mention it here because it's very ablest but yeah that's the future. The future is accessible. Hopefully post pandemic that include disabled people in the decorative. We're going to take a quick break and when we come back we'll hear more from cubby. Slavery is back. Welcome to a place where private business profit from the captive before. I get pennies. A spent on medical services to a population in which the indigenous the poll and the mentally ill i've represented but oscillation. Humiliation degradation affects applause. Welcome to prison depends. Who's telling the story. I suppose business would have one view. The people who worked in the prison system would have another is up to people to decide The truth is give government propaganda and the media spin doctors the flick and check out doing time for news views and tunes on prison issues from guantanamo bay to christmas island to prisons and detention centers everywhere every monday at four pm on your community. Radio three cr. We are still fired up. We're still talking about revolution. Welcome back you're listening to the spoarer blues at three cr radio program today we've been hearing from writer and artist. Cb maker known to some of us as kobe. So far cubby has told us what it was like growing up in manila why they feel like an outside there and why disability is never part of the migrate narrative in this next passage cubby weeds and excerpt from their piece in a world's critique in real time this piece recalls a negative experience at a ride scrip and how this incident propelled cubby to join disabled cute by paul collected. I read my piece out loud straight for my laptop screen and make my way through the first paragraph before i can finish second however i'm stopped mid-sentence their beginnings not enough. It's too fouzy. Gastric tickled positive. I stiffen and then hesitantly. Not i was gushing in my fagor voice in a very in the beginning of the sas. Explain looking sheepish. so That's a section that i think that was the face to face critique. I was very aware of how others would take it because i think during the time. I wasn't diagnosed yet with. Ast and i am among other people of color who are ready grew up in australia. Probablya second-generation being a early writer in this disease seventeen. I think this piece. I was really i didn't know the the pathways structures the processes but Are you then. Since then i realized okay. Something's definitely different in this group. When you're interrupted in the stylish different were copying from another writing group this kind of approach so apparently for other disabled writers of color dot was their experience as well when they were a mall able bodied writing groups when we haven't mentioned who are the members of the disabled q. By paul collective We are all of different disabilities and of different arts practices. Well so we have Hannah morphine warlick's we have Police the tuna and jimmy deo. We all have individual problems when we are in spaces with able bodied people of.

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"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Welcome to the borer blues. A three cr radio program presented on the cooler nation. I'm leon should wire on the program today. We are profiling sepia makers cv maker also known as cubby is a writer a disability activists lover and writer fan fiction. Cb maker is someone. I see community events and a little fun. Fact were birth alumnis of the west friday group. But that's all. I know about them and i'm curious to know more. We sought the program with cubby introducing themselves. So my name is cb markle and my friends call be cubby. That's my real life nickname. I've been published in growing up disabled in australia as well as the anthology called collisions. Fictions of the future and i am a founding member of the disabled q. by collective which are all based in phnom. I started writing in twenty twelve. But we'd fan fiction. Because i had a child who was a toddler than we were in the middle of winter. We couldn't go out in. The first thing i could do was okay. Let's right and the next thing. I know i was writing from fandom all about robots giant roads by twenty fifty. I found out about footscray arts. And there was writing group involved and my writing evolved from there as well. It became from fan fiction to nonfiction. So it's been six years. Now i've gone through of dumb poetry nonfiction short fiction and Of all kinds of an even recently a book review. I reviewed a book about autism or what used to be asperger's syndrome and recently as will during this pendant me just before the pandemic hit i was diagnosed with a st or what they call autism spectrum disorder level. One as i didn't know that because as a migrant of color as a person of color do no translations or direct translation for the for a for autism it was never picked out so my situation is called lake diagnosis autism. So there is a chas if you feel that you might be the spectrum. There's always help out there but then if you want to reach out we have a collective called again as mentioned disabled cube by talk. That's name on twitter. Cb maker was born and raised in manila. While was it like back then for copy. And how is non binary identity viewed in the philippines. Manila is very fast. Paced city and it is very densely populated so i was boarded middle of the densely populated city. Probably three generations of they call it. Money leno's really bored grace in the heart of the city but because it has been colonized by three different colonizers spain United states certain time. Japan there is allegation of everything colonizer. Except what is truly filippinio. So i did not know who. I was then It is very petrarca. L- traditional ed a religious society that when i migrated here it australia i realized i am not binary you cannot have those kinds of changes in your gender in the philippines because of one there are two traditions of shaming or dishonor. Your family i do remember got a couple of cousins who went out as non binary. They were kicked out by their parents. So it's a pretty scary kind of place and eventually we migrated just me and my partner in here we are as you just heard cubbies faced a number of challenges growing up in a patriarchal society that shuns gender diversity so i asked copy whether their pen name. Cb maker was a way for them to write freely. Absolutely that is a very good point Because i knew i would be writing nonfiction after i had this competition of them being mentored for six months by an author. I had to protect my my kids. I've got into this able child who had cancer as well. And i knew i'll be writing from a point of view of as a carer and later on as a disabled person with mental health issues. I seemed that having my real name printed does not reflect me because my name is very patriarchal it was given by men. Given by the many of the family is the Even middle surname in the philippines is the mother's paternal surname so. I didn't like that idea. I wanted to be free of that structure. So does the pen name in some segments of the migrant community disability still taboo subject. Believe it or not so. I wanted to know why that was and cubby has few ideas. Okay this a very good question There is a sense of tradition in the philippines. Or even the they asked for the migrant community that we were supposed to be model minority. You're not supposed to shape the structure. But when i had my child who is disabled that is not the mainstream narrative. You're not you're supposed to have your own house. Your own car have kids. You know the usual narrative..

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"cb" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Not accurate. And i know that you don't need great quarterback play to have fantasy production. Right blake bortles. During his jacksonville. Years was not playing great football and was crushing it fantasy. I'm just saying when. I'm a wide receiver. Dependent upon a quarterback like bortles was getting a lot of this production when events were playing prevent in the fourth quarter. Because they're up by forty two points right like a giants are stingy enough defensively. They're not going to be playing from behind a ton washington's not great offensively that i think this is going to be a shootout like i'm nervous about both these giants wide receiver sterling shepherd and kenny gallaudet. Who had ten point. Four fantasy points last week mike four catches sixty. Four yards was fine. Didn't look like we've talked about this. Kelly a lot in the past a little jekyll and hyde right like there have been some peak games. But there's been many more games where it's like right around ten points or fewer. Yeah but when we did last see well. Let's look at twenty one thousand nine. He played the full season. Granted is with matthew stafford but he was widely hammer nine and led the nfl touchdown. I know right no question and then last year of course he played at three four four games and had like the exact same fantasy point total all four weeks and you know he was delivering so when he's been healthy and on the field being good and look i thought he might be more limited in week one and that was not the case. It was a good sign. He played eighty five percent of the snaps at six targets and eighty-eight air yards but a four for sixty four in a good start. Considering how much practice he has missed so and that was against a really good denver defense by the way and we should mention that with daniel jones right if we do expect them to make a leap this year and it could still happen. He did have a really tough challenge against denver in week. One now is another one here against a really good washington defense. So we'll see you that kind of place cowboys game then for daniel jones. Yeah we'll we'll see. But i look i i hear you. I'm i'm i'm so read. What jordan ron wrote. This morning jordan. On of course has a great job covering the giants. He had a piece out. This morning went out around nine o'clock and it was just sort of over. Viewing the giants are more optimistic on on daniel jones right and i get it like. There's only so many things you can say about a team. But when i'm reading some of the things that they're talking about like y daniel jones is the truth. It's like yeah this guy like you know you see the hard work the effort he cares about football. I'm like great so do i. You know what. I was like worst player on a division. Three football team in the nasdaq right. So like my want to did not mean that i was good right leg. I don't know man. Like i'm just a little concerned. I know giants fans are and they've got a huge vision to make following this season. They might have to consider a different quarterback they also by the way first round picks art. Let's pick this game but stewart. Can i ask one. Quick question i ten. I only want to ask one okay But i appreciate the questions that i will save for later so it seems very obvious that if you've got one of the wide receivers tonight's game tear maclaurin probably already in your wide receiver spot. Because you're starting him right. When you look at these other giants wide receivers. At least the way i set my lineup. Neither candy golladay or sterling. Shepard must start wide receiver. So i wouldn't necessarily already have them preloaded in that wide receiver slot. I'd probably have them in my flex. If i played them last week. I just wanna say from a strategy perspective. It makes a lot more sense now. We're talking about this before the show. Make sure if playing one of these giants to move them into your wide receiver spot to give yourself more flexibility for the sunday games and the monday night game not in the flex just strategy you always keep that in mind anytime you have an early game always use of its affleck's if it's a running back you're gonna flex put them in your warning spot if it's a wide receiver you're gonna flex put him on the wide receiver spot. Just in case something's happened. Something happens and all of a sudden that flex spot that you'd earmarked for running back needs to go to a wide receiver or something like that and defined. You already talked about evan. Ingraham how she's not gonna play early. There's no tight end that were even considering for this game. Oh i mean good covered off a lot of money. He's a good player. Has been a good player for a long time. But i mean yeah too tight end leagues you know. He's not a not a top twelve play. Let's let's put the game i will go with. I'll start things off and matthew and i'm positive matthews listening right now probably on the espn fantasy. Facebook page I will take the washing football team. Well i'm twenty two point four nine thousand nine point six. Should i like clay project. I give my picker shy. Tell people go to espn plus and read the playbook which the previews up there already matchup ratings. The projections rankings analysis. And every other game for the week just just cut that this right right okay washington. Twenty-one giants eighteen okay mic story behind me of a story that i have to share in all right okay washington washington. I'm gonna take washington to i hate to say. It seems so obvious slate. Clean sweeper at there. I'll never forget. I went to a graduation. Speech was like fifteen years ago and they had the student body president. Come up and address the class. He was like mr off and he was like you know is very prestigious school. I could come appear and start by telling you about how of how fifty two percent of the people that are graduating today. Apply to and we're accepted into an ivy league university. And how twenty eight percent of them had a gpa over four point zero and the average sat score was fourteen ninety. I could do that going to. I was like my jaw dropped. I'm like i'm going to ask. Are you allowed to protest a high school graduation. 'cause i almost did i. Have you ever given one of those speeches ever given a college or like commencement speech before. No i haven't have you Usc usc their physical therapy program. I gave their graduation speed and that was back. When usc and miami were there was actually a real football rivalry there. So you have to make friends so i was like at that point. Usc was clearly outplaying. Miami by just reminded them that i remembered when they when they couldn't touch my time ama shoelaces so time when they gave one to see i did yeah well. I was valedictorian in my class. At full sail when i graduated from college. I remember that i was able to give a speech. It's a valedictorian mean big word. I know it's up to the show only valedictorians. She is far and away better at me than everything else. Yali right all. Yeah it's like forty five minutes south of here. I think that's pronounced right. I think you got anyways. Let's talk we're gonna come back and talk about rankings in just a second but first college football fans after an off season that felt a little more off than usual fans. Bill dr pepper. Invite you to celebrate because college. Football is back and so are the fans yes. It's the most wonderful time of the year again. The season of saturday's when rivalries run deep nacho cheese dip runs even deeper so crack open an ice cold dr pepper. Warm up your cornhole tossing arm and return to glory with an all new season of fans ville by dr pepper. The points fans no matter. 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"cb" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Were so agreed that his role could be cut by twenty percent of the snaps or thirty percent of the snaps against the chiefs on sunday when they might have to be throwing the football because they're playing from behind. I actually did think that. The forty niners claiming trenton. Cannon was sort of interest. Maybe wrong here. Maybe i'm wrong but cow shanahan's said that he wasn't going to have a fourth running back active. Who wasn't going to play on special teams. Try think cannon was signed signed by the ravens because he plays on special teams. He was claimed by the forty niners. I would suppose they don't need extra runners. They need special teams reinforcements. So i wonder if the fact that they trade clinch claimed trent cannon suggests that another healthy scratch could be on the way for tracer man. I don't think to michael hasty given that. He played last week and especially played on third down but could be kind of interesting to monitor like. Maybe there's trae sermon absence longer than we expect. One hundred percent agree and look. I talked about this a lot. The last couple of seasons. You need to be wary of day. Two and three and undrafted rookie running backs. Michael carter and trae sermon. We're going in the sixth seventh eighth round drafts. I mean the history of these guys is not great. Generally what you'll see is really slow. Start and then in the second half they'll start to pick up steam thing about camakers last year for example. I mean you can go on and on. That's the history of that position. Everyone just kind of assume they're going to be the guys you know. You have to be wary of that. I look. I thought he would be the next guy behind moster because that's how they operate it all off season. Even the week leading up to practice. He was running as the to some surprised by that. But when these guys disappoint you should not be shocked. That's why they're late round flyers guys. You're taking in the middle round draft. It's just too risky and history is told us this time and time again when my talks you should be listening. Let's get to mike's week too. Wide receiver cornerback batch of peace. It is up now on. Espn dot com. You know the premise. Mike highlights the players that have positive or negative wider. See excuse me quarterback match ups and what it means for. The fantasy fallout so mike. The bears last week faced. Probably a difficult match. Matchup as you're gonna find in terms of cornerback plays in the nfl against the rams. What's the outlook this week. And specifically what does it mean for allen robinson. Yeah it's quite the opposite actually situations. We're gonna talk about here. They were on the other lists. They were downgrades and week one now. They're upgrades here in week. Two so starting with hound robinson darnold either perimeter wide receivers for the bears. They're going to go up against it. Be a woozy for the bengals. Brought him from dallas in the off season. And eli apple. now they didn't wayne's. It's supposed to be that started. He was out last week then crazy. So he's gonna be out again this week for the bengals and look. They did struggle in that opener. They they won. I mean they upset the vikings that was impressive. But they'll twenty two catches two hundred and fifty yards in two touchdowns to minnesota's wide receivers. Obviously a terrific do there. But even k j. Osborne got in on the fun for the vikings in that game. They'll at the third most fantasy points to receivers. And i know that came over time even if you adjust for volume six worse against that position in terms of efficiency in week one. So it's a problem there. A woozy struggle tons of production. I won't get into the numbers there but apple might kill was heavily targeted. All three guys struggled. And that's notable because robinson was on the outside fifty seven percent of the time in week one mooney sixty two percent thing with these guys all over the field in this offense. So they're going to see all three corners. It's an upgrade situation. Like the bears receivers. This week i believe last week. If i saw the correct numbers that most of allen robinson's targets came opposite of jalen ramsey. Too who some consider the many consider the preeminent corner and football. So you're going from not just a tough match against the rams in general but the toughest match-ups against cornerbacks much favorable spot you've got robinsons. How your top ten mike. I am out on my top dan. And it's really nothing to do with robinson. The match up. It's probably just that wide. Receivers are super super talented this year. That like you get past the usual suspects that deandre hopkins in the tyreek stefan digs in even devante adams etc etc. And it's like the guys. I have between like eight and ten aren't some slouches. They are equally superstars whether it's just in jefferson or keenan allen our players of that calibre. Cd lamb in amari cooper. But we still all feel like a much better days ahead brown robinson. Yeah no doubt especially in this match up. The target is always huge. It was big last week. Even that tough match-up and again not the not the best start but again we expect that you know. He's facing off one of the best defense in the league and love that ramsey role. I mean the guy is so good that he plays the star. That's his position. He doesn't play a corner perimeter corner or safety or line but he's just all over the field they just use them however they need 'em every week it's amazing please. Football that guy is official. So let's go all the way from the bears bengals game to the bengals bears game as the other side of this matchup looks pretty favorable for friends in cincinnati mike again..

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"cb" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"cb" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"That's correct right. I think that we do. We have conversations all the time. But we don't necessarily you. We don't have conversations in a way in. Maybe the you know academic language or whatever so. I think that we do have a class. A latent class analysis. But we don't necessarily have class consciousness or class solidarity in particular ways. But certainly i think there is a way in which especially like ninety sitcoms we would see in it and we see even in politics and stuff we see you know black people black people doing well as an objective in. Don't really critically interrogate with actually What's actually going on and how that might relate or not relate to what's happening for example the nineteen eighties is. this is reaganomics. This is the rollback of the welfare state. This is win. The gains that were made in the sixties and seventies in in The standard of living for black folks is being rolled back missing contradistinction to the rise of like a different world on the show right or the cosby show or these other shows that are showing affluent orwell out black folks so there's just a disjuncture between what's being represented almond what's actually happening on the ground. I think also what is happening is. It's not just a classes and being discussed in those old shows. I think to a degree class is discussed. Sometimes but even when it is there's no addressing of the macro. So i think they had things like good times or other things where Black people were poor and suffering but it was kind of does not a real lens given as to why are they poor and suffering. Is this a kind of general malays and oppression. Yeah it's kind of a given and also you get a sense. Sometimes there's a general thing out. There called racism and it's hanging in the air and it's adding extra level to the poverty. But you don't really get an idea of really. How does it really work. How is it making people poor or keeping them poor of every now and then there's a micro aggression or something or a job you don't get you know but there's not a real big big picture class analysis or or consciousness almost like it's still individualistic. Like you know what i mean like. How those sort of american individualistic perspective is about you pulling yourself up. Sort of perspective So yeah that's a really good point. What i think that we need to distinguish between the descriptive and analytical. Right to describe something different than to analyze something so what you're talking about is like the impoverishment is being represented right the working class nature is being represented. But it's not there's no so what is the what but not the so. What and this is the analysis in so these shows are not providing as you're saying like a way to understand why how these things came to be why it is that you know how these families are poor living in high rises or whatever or conversely the relationship between the families that are well off affluent the bosses in the managers in those who Who are their workers in. These are in all black people right so there's all of these different types of of relationships that we see in different shows for example. Like you know family matters or martin or whatever and it's not even just t television shows there is there's also music at and other forms of representation and think of broader question is like to what end to. What end are we having these. Forms of entertainment Are they to reproduce propaganda. Like as you were saying that if you just work hard enough if you pull yourself up by your bootstraps then you'll make it or is it are these shows shining us actual spotlight on. Us society that day no matter you know. Many many people work very hard right. Many people work hard their whole lives. And that's not why some people are rich is some people are poor. The impoverishment and the ghettoisation and the oppression of black folks is not a sort of moral or ethical failure but when we only see drug dealer or drug addicts and drug dealers representative when we only see you know. Gangster is an all these things represented than we come to understand that that is the reason why black people are. Poor and press is because of their moral and ethical failures become because of their culture of poverty. Because they're they're underclass moore's as opposed to looking at the broader structures. I'm old enough to remember the original discourse around the cosby show and sutton very interesting was that was a kind of straw man that used to be Loud that people complain about the cosby show. Where and this drama and went across liberal in conservative circles. I think it was just basically Any kind of black excellence of the era type of circles. We kind of say. Oh you're so defeat is that you don't believe Wealthy black people exists or your so you so internalize like you know. Idea of giving up or or idea of white supremacy that you Feel like people back would be successful as Not accurate and my family is has black doctors or a problem with your imagination or your acceptance of self defeat like you know you're you're not you're not accepting that people can win but what the actual articles were saying was that it wasn't property contextualising Black wealth like the idea like it was kind of implicitly saying that Blackwood is just there for the taking. And if you don't take it because you're not following the respectable the of the Of the cosby. There was no like you said contextualising of Why are they allowed to be successful while other black people who might work hard or wants to do things don't make it like what is the context of their success. And how does it relate to back people and that was like the real criticism of the of the of the time that It was kind of acting like the struggle was over. We made it to the mountain top We one thing was a very popular. Civil rights boomer generation narrative that we got everything the white man that we asked for. And now it's on us to take what You know they lived up to their end of the bargains up to us to take take advantage. I think it's very interesting that even the people who are kind of defending the cosby show really properly properly phrased there. Critics are criticism to begin with a lot of it was very strong oriented. I think i think the other thing to understand is like the rise of that sort of liberal liberal or Even some of that is a little bit particular types of black nationalist. Conservative bike massimo's discourse. A lot of that arose at a moment. Win the laugh right. The black left and black internationalist forces were extremely beleaguered right. So in quantel prime the nineteen sixties before that we had rabbit anti-communism Back created the conditions. In fact for Help grow and the way that the black radical leftist socialist internationalist pan-africanist forces were to extreme violence and repression. Mrs not to say that. They were disciplined out entirely. Because we still have where example the anti-apartheid movement. That's that is booming in the nineteen eighties without a lot of those of races. That were arguing for that. Had a strong class analysis and that were very very critical of the black ruling elite and warned in fact against the ways in which the black elected officials b. e. o.'s. Right the black political class. might be co opted into the system in ways that was not beneficial to the overwhelming majority of worke oppressed import people. Those were the people who are thrown in jail. Who were deport deported. were murdered. Who were exiled. Or who are otherwise marginalize up in so what one out in what was funded in what was pushed. Forth is the very narratives that you're talking about right in. So we also need to understand the role of the disciplining and repression of black radicalism on the one hand. Also the really intentional. And and strong cooperation of other four of other black forces that then leads to the rise of these narratives of all these the sort of very americanised narratives of you know work car. Pull your pants up You know those those sorts of things that are conveyed through particular types of of Sitcoms.

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"cb" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"cb" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"But you know in the office for example in chemical synthesis, you know, like let's say you already know how hard is going to be based on looking at the structure, right? So, you know the small as you know, 50 atoms and separate cetera. You can have a very good job. Idea in your mind of how it's going to work out right or how competent might be in in Bayou. I think it's a little different and it's a little different because it's a lot more unpredictable, you know, you may find in genetics or jeans from an organism that may be really good. So even if the even if the molecule is one complex, you know, you don't really have to do much of the the enzymes of the genetic Machinery just does its own thing alternatively you may come across a molecule, but that's not that big that may be more problematic. So it's unpredictable. Unfortunately there yeah. Yeah. No that that makes sense. And that's why it takes so long in method development whether it's in BIO synthetic chemistry birth or analytical chemistry or whatever method development is always important always takes a while and to fine-tune those details of it. Yeah. That was something that just popped in my mind that I didn't know if that was that was wage. Issue, well, I see we're getting close to the the hour mark here. So I'm going to start looping things around and and wrapping things up. Can you I know that you know, obviously can't speak in details. And I know you're working on on all sorts of other compounds you'll be talking about soon. But is there anything else you know looking into the office say the 10-year future for CB Therapeutics? What do you in an obviously the way our paths go can lead you astray for your goals. But what do you pay for the the 10-year future for CB Therapeutics? Wow, ten years ago. And yeah, I know you can start with 5 if you like and then we can speculate after that. Okay, I will start with V because I think that's a little more, you know, I can probably talk a little bit more about that easier. So in five years, I think Where's he said appearance will be is we will have maybe some drugs that are about to be FDA-approved. So in five years, I think maybe we'll have two or three clinical trials that will be in phase three getting close to finishing the trial I see us where you know today, for example, we have 12 cannot find ways that we wait in the East we have eight turkeys that we waited nice and we have about thirteen or fourteen tryptamines that we waited a nice time. I see it five years. That would probably get across to 500,000 molecule Mark. So as we as time goes forward you become better and better and what you do and you know guy who started four years ago, you know, you took nearly not as good as where we are today. And obviously we've had over the years we brought on some excellent staff. We have 18 18 full-time staff and seek help you fix we have nine phds off. Seven ten years of experience..

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"cb" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"cb" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

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"cb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"cb" Discussed on KTRH

"B. at the CB one CB nineteen CB okay the virus just drive me crazy but give me a moment remember that Monday after the odds of March began I attempted to bring forward some important information about neurological anomalies that coincide with Friday the thirteenth into the odds seem to indicate that the threat that we face would remain in an apocalyptic window I don't know what this window is I I'm I'm completely baffled I mean I usually give a window don't I every year about the I'd say say okay from this state to this day I don't have a window guys I'm sorry I just I just know that that this this this whole thirteen three ten I think he's still on my mind because it it gets me thinking about prophecies and what this year saw zero one Caesar about besides his wife okay she warned Caesar about besides the threat that awaited him Julius Caesar was assassinated by conspirators on March fifteenth in forty four BC and Caesar became a dictator after causing a civil war his rule and murder effectively into the Roman Republic and change the course of history Shakespeare William Shakespeare dramatizes the assassination and its aftermath of Julius Caesar in his eponymous tragic plot play me early in the play it was dated around fifteen ninety nine sincere warm season to be where the odds March now that's Calpurnia Calvary was wife California warned Caesar and she said be where the odds of March will notice right we all know about B. where the odds March what we do what we don't know what we do not know it will call for me said to Caesar other than be where the odds of March okay she looked in the sky and she saw comic and she saw this comment and she said it was a bad omen for Caesar in the place she said that she said when beggars die there are no comments seen the heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes I think about that for a moment when beggars die there are no comments seen the heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princess not California was saying that when regular people die there no signs but when important people die heaven sends a sign in the form of a comic others also another view and that is when beggars die those in power have nothing to fear what a comedy scene figures may rise up against their leaders in times of desperation scarcity three times a prophetic concern there must be an important dialogue about how comics can be more than just scientific anomalies the angels Saddam is more than just huge rocks because of snowballs they saw them is divine harbingers or symbols in some cases the comments were called bearded crossing stars or bearded dragons in the night sky I just after the odds of March we spoke with the odds the divide and the numbers that threaten decimation now there's another synchronicity that we can add to the division and the decimation that is the rise of atlas what's that let's well atlas is the comet it is traversing the night sky right now it will be seen at its brightest in may com is currently crossing Mars orbit is approaching the inner solar system as we speak and there's some that are noting that this comic.

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"cb" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"cb" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"CB well a couple of surprising things on I mean truly shocking things I was going to knock me over with a feather Janna bash over a check on the lous are very complimentary of waterfront what ha what's important what so we have time to play the it's interesting because what you have is on the political scene for just a moment it's very difficult to run against the president in a wartime footing all right now just is right and that's what we're seeing here sorry to John is not a newsmaker hotline is a state senator Justin ready as the General Assembly journeys for now it was for a full session coming up in may senator are good morning welcome back to the show thank you for having me on guys it's our pleasure so I think the big headline out of the session is coarsely final okay to this car when but commission this education bill that it good then I don't see that six Republicans voted for this yes in the Senate they did I did not I voted against it I there were a number of amendments made to the bill in the Senate that that tried to address some of our concerns I didn't think they got where nearly far enough and and I voted against it I think some folks I like the fact that they put in a a one year breaker so every year if the budget budget projections are below a certain level at the space specially the budget is in decline for demand my were bring in they can revisit the issue every year the state budget yeah state budget budget or is that that wouldn't stop the general to me from raising taxes to fix it so that's why I still felt like even though that's good that they gonna revisit every year originally the plan was it could be ten years on auto pilot so now they can revisit every year but to me revisiting it could just mean they're gonna help we need to raise taxes what's the baseline on this I mean if you're re visited depending on the budget I can start on but the it's that seven percent decline next year if it's seven percent or more glass than were proposed to be bringing in I think that's the exact language of it then then then it would be it would trigger a that the formulas check it did until automatically continue to be long you can revisit we're not simply incentivize you guys to anticipate wait way more so you can say no it didn't go down seven percent against the baseline of the previous year if you get the base on the previous all right but I mean I voted against it because I don't I mean even though I think that is at least some level of of of check it but my concern is there still not nearly that level of discipline related assurances of protection for teachers in the classroom as far as being able to remove unruly kids again it's a massive expanding expansion that I believe while I'm not against spending a little bit more public education if if we can have accountability we were sort of putting us on top of the current sort of rotted structure of accountability and and this is the system of public education needs to change I don't think that this is not get the job done and instead dramatically increases spending so that's why that's why it was as if those spending is worked like magic and in the past we're talking a state senator Justin ready and took to me though is it not legislative malpractice to pass a bill of this magnitude and and not funded and not have a mechanism to pay for yeah I I I think that's the other thing that that made it that now they are passing you know under under cover of darkness last night they passed a massive increase on on cigarettes and aping and also did they created a new digital advertising tax that that they say will be paid by the big Facebook's of the world but we only know how we all know how taxes work a trickle down so that that doesn't come close to funding the whole matter does add hundreds of millions of dollars of potentially the state's coffers if attacked then act and I and I can't believe we would consider I and I spoke last night against this bill I said you cannot I can't believe we would consider raising taxes of it on anybody even if even if you think cigarettes are bad or whatever I yeah that that's a hard working and poor people the most as moke you're gonna jacket that they've increased attack this bill increases the tax on cigarettes from two dollars a pack of three seventy five a pack which I think is outrageous at the end of time when our economy may be heading into a very difficult period especially for retail that I just that's how they're trying to pay the difference yeah they want to raise taxes it's amazing in the divisions of stunning now yeah well it's it's interesting because my wife works for the American cancer society and I'm quite sure they'd be quite happy with the nobody smoking cigarettes and nobody vaping but to target one segment of the population of four what sure seems like punitive taxes you're gonna go from two box three seventy five that's almost doubling that tag yes yeah and that it was actually I mean I think we succeeded they were trying to raise taxes on on like some other areas of tobacco that some of them some of them stayed and some say that the builder tool giving is raising tax on vaping angel my attitude I I don't think anybody should pay for smoke cigarettes number for it but but escaping and and and both the open circuit and closed circuit system the vaping and they distinguish that the law a date those are things that people used to kind of get off of his cigarette so I will be one of Jack taxes way up on that it just doesn't make any sense because that's where the money is and well I guess you're right I mean they were trying to yeah if you guys have served I know covered the failed state the whole sales tax right the bottle that thankfully we feel that we were able to feed so that we keep hearing that the luxury tax again with the the some of the luxury services are going to get a tax that that pass added not path and I believe that is that that is dead as far as I know the Senate is not going to pass that okay let's at least some good news of this the general I mean it would prompt up we were able to defeat but there's also a lot of things moving forward that live oaks an emergency center a lot of furniture set up over the background checks on the on the private sale and the gifting of long guns but that's that's a fate accompli right that's not a long well yeah that past that we have so we had hoped that that might get hung up because the house was insisting on adding in even if you borrow your friend's gun which the ATF is told us they could even enforce that if they wanted to out of the week the Senate version that that would I think we pass I opposed it of course but we we passed a version that only deals with private sales and transfers which is still bad I mean it it it it did pass the house yesterday in that person so now it's going to the governor's desk however they did not the house of delegates did not move the crime package that we passed out of the Senate bipartisan crime package that would added penalties to people who repeatedly use guns and crime so to me why we would want to try to penalize people and and create barriers for people who built by the law to sell upsell their friend a shot gun but we're not going to make it a felony to steal a hand gun I it's beyond me so mind boggling are out of time this assortment senator will have you back here in may for a special session thanks for joining us thank you for having me Justin Reid a forty three from the corner on the verge of the update the king.

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"cb" Discussed on Big Rig Banter

Big Rig Banter

09:35 min | 3 years ago

"cb" Discussed on Big Rig Banter

"Radio Radio was even a problem back then because every fifty miles you ran out of the station so you find that station. CB radio the guys at a lot more guys talked on the radio back then and everybody seemed to have them and you know something happened. You could get it information down the road. We'll just come in ahead of you If he's seen a fan you could you could say I why and when you run with somebody you can. Yeah you can keep you can talk back and forth jotted have cell phones back then so. CB radio is great for that now able Sula role in the group of guys and Bieler chat and Talk Nokia. Keep each other awake and stuff like that right So now our cellphones. I mean people are using their radios. Let less but what are some reasons To keep the radio I guess well the radio like I still run them and still use them. A biggest biggest thing is it'd be three passing a guy trucking's and you notice something wrong with his truck. He's not wearing maybe his excite globex door is open closet right now. He's driving down the road and it's flapping open. You can see the stuff inside getting out so you could. You could lead. Let's on Jeff the to your arm because I used to have this thing called squelches. What is what the term back to only hear people that are right near you all the way up and you can hear people farther away so if you don't if the guy that's an answer you just to show him your CD? Mike and then he he'll turn on and then you can tell what's wrong with what's going on with this truck without having to do all kinds of gestures and stuff. I understand what you're second. The factories and companies use them for dispatch of a docking system. If you're waiting to get in the dock they would they would call you on a CV and tell you what it was available and then you would also tell you why you know when you're done loaded to come on and get your paperwork. The problem with that was is and they do it. You're trying to sleep while you're being loaded. Then they're calling other guys in his way and you and you can't turn it off because then you'll miss your claw. The cellphone eliminated all that to Dali disclosure cell phone. Yeah that's true. What was your CBS? Handle Mine was Red Fox. Why by no this is somebody? I've got a radio and I went on it and somebody asked me analyze and red sox and that was it for forty years. Do you think that As technology you know is changing a lot with the trucking industry. Do you think that the CB radio will eventually die off. I mean the people won't use them anymore. It has really died off. A lot of people. Don't have many trucks anymore but but die off completely. I don't know if it would ever do that now. Eventually it will because it'll be any drivers in the trucks. Come out out nobody talk. I'm sure there's not gonna be a need for CD but It definitely it's. It's I'd off drastically last probably five years. I didn't see him truck all right and once again that was My cousin Dennis And he talked a lot about how the the CB radio changing over the years but Now we'll switch over to my interview with my cousin Joe and he brought up a lot of really good points about what you should or shouldn't do on the CB radio as well as how The social aspect of tracking has changed over the years. Joe's Bene- truck drivers since it's nineteen eighty five us here from Jo Jo. How are you today? Good thanks for coming on the show for me so when we first wanted to do this episode before we realize you know a lot of people aren't really on the CB radio anymore and stuff we're talking about Etiquette on when you get on your CB so what are some things you shouldn't. I shouldn't say when you're on the radio well according to a rulebook or CB radio it is illegal to swear on the CB radio. Yes Gosh get on their Eric. Just go go at it all the time and I try to stay away from that. Cause I'm thinking what are some driver for. Has His kid a law or if they're CB radio in the family car or going somewhere truckers driving his family somewhere and you hear these guys trash talking on the TV. Of course you just turn it off but I try not to do that at all so it. I just think it's too good etiquette. Get to talk like you would be talking to your mom or something you know. Sometimes they say hey you talk to your mom that same out. Then they saved my mom's dead so I'll say that is I kind of get the feeling and I don't know maybe I you know I'm not a truck driver but that You're kind of a close knit community. Probably do pass the same trucks. Especially if you've been on the road for a long time do you feel like the like the LDC's and like all the regulations where you have to stick to driving within a certain amount of time and everything that that impacts like how much of the social interaction you get at truck stops and like when you pull off and stuff like that. Oh Yeah yeah definitely because before you could stop stop somebody. You're coming out of a diner and somebody's coming in that you know you could stand there and talk for half an hour forty minutes you know and and and and Fudge your log book to make it fit work right. We're now you can't do that. 'cause you're gonNA clock clock is like a stop watch and and and what's your day starts. Yeah you've got only so much hours so many hours to to go truckin and it took that part that aspect backed away of socializing with other truckers. Yeah you you stop somewhere to eat their eat and get back to truck going the only time you which one you're taking your ten hour break your ten hours off. Then you know you can if you run into somebody then you can talk to them but they might not be on their break or ten hour break. What's some advice you would give to a new person starting out in the trucking industry as it is today because I know it has changed a lot of maybe people Have a false impression of what that what that's like. What advice If the best advice should be better that'd be single. Why do you say that? Well that's nice. You have the right woman. I got the right wife. So she She can take care care of households Dang and mowing the grass. Take care of everything at home while I'm out in the road you leave Monday. You don't get back till Friday or Saturday And I work about six weekends out of the year where I'll stay out the whole weekend but I mean there's other jobs where your home every night then. Yeah but you're not gonNA make as much money as you are if you stay out in the road logger. That's where that's where the money is for the most part I mean might be a few jobs here and there. You can run short. Yeah you get a get a pension and all that too. So it's I mean there's there's a lot of different Jobs out there so if you WANNA go with the road either better had the right wife or be singled all right once again. That was Joe. Oh thanks to Joe for coming on the show and For adding that little bit of advice there for anyone who's considering getting into the trucking industry and once again and a big thanks to both your cousins. It's crazy of two cousins. That are both truckers that you're able to get on the show and provide all this really cool information insight into the industry and the radios. Yeah have lots of truck drivers in my family so it was fun to get them on the air. We'll have to bring them back again soon and once again listeners. Please leave us a review when you have a chance on any platform. You're using whether it's apple podcasts. Or any other Listening outlet we really appreciate all the reviews and feedback that you can provide and for anyone listening for the first time. 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"cb" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cb" Discussed on KTRH

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