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Indigenous documentarians tell their own stories of connecting to culture
"Documentaries can be powerful tools for storytelling but for indigenous people. This wasn't always the case for a long time. We were treated as subjects documentaries. Never telling our own stories but now things are shifting with more and more indigenous storyteller stepping behind the mic. Telling their stories how they want to and that is an incredibly powerful thing. Today on the show to documentaries about culture connection and finding your way back decades ago members of the michelle first nation northwest of edmonton took an unusual step and dissolved their band. They gave up their land and treaty rights to gain the same rights and freedoms as other canadians. The michelle first nation is believed to be the only band in canada to take the step one some descendants of the band. Call a huge mistake. The cbc's calling underwood brings us that story. And her own personal connection to it. Is this the truck used to drive back then. I gave a nineteen forty nine. I'm sitting in the passenger seat averni. Calloway who's big red pickup. Too bad. it wasn't a nicer day. I know it's cloudy out. The wipers are going and his daughter marine is in the back. Look at our home. What's left leftover earnings giving me a tour of his old reserve. It's called the michelle first nation. It was originally forty square miles in size just northwest of edmonton by al-khalij. Live here my uncle alec. Let's he's gone out to dozens of families used to live and farm here. Now it's mostly private farms and gravel pits. A good gesture astor disaster when the band dissolved in nineteen fifty eight the reserve was split up and every adult was given a section of land but just about everyone ended up selling. There's off ernie's the only one who still owns this piece and he still lives here. Yeah that's pretty special. Hey oh yeah that's especially. I don't think i'd ever move. I had offers a lot of people wanna biter land here. But i no no way i would tell after you know whatever whatever that word carries a lot of meaning. It represents anger and resentment that still lingers between some of the former members of the michelle bound some argue this reserve would still be here. if it weren't for the likes of one of her knees old neighbors johnny rotten You know it always bothers me. What happened with what can you do. Whatever ernie blames part of what happened on johnny. It seems he played a major role. And here's where i fit in. Johnny rogers was my grandfather. My grandfather died before i was born. I don't really know much about him. I've seen them in black and white photos and he doesn't really look indigenous. His mom was from the reserve but his dad. Wasn't i have my indian status through my grandparents and my mom. But i've never really connected to the culture partly because the reserve no longer existed by the time i was born and partly because my mom never talked about it. I wonder how my life would be if the reserve existed today. I wanna know. What role did my grandfather play in. Its disappearance my mom. Caroline hasn't been back here on the field. Her family once farmed for many many years was the house in there. Yes like our house was in that area and then there was this role of trees and us kids used to climb up and play them because they were so they were big. And you could hide up there. My mom and her eight brothers and sisters lived in a tiny white farmhouse with their parents. Johnny in clara and there was always a great big big trough on the outside of it. And that's where the cattle would come and drink and They had pigs and chickens and cows. They grew wheat. They also trump muskrats and rabbits and other wildlife. Light wasn't easy dad in my older brothers and sisters clear this basically my older sister. So that's why they're able to working. The land was tough. But that wasn't the toughest part it was being under the control of the federal government and the indian agent. This is what my mum's younger sister nita says. You know you couldn't even go on a holiday without getting permission to lead the reserve. I'm pretty sure you even had to get permission to sell its crane. He couldn't just take it to a place. Had to permission everything you did when you were on the reserve you had to get permission and i know that was one of the things that my dad did not like her dad. My grandfather also didn't like the way he was treated after serving in world war two. He signed up in nineteen forty three. He was one of a couple of men from the reserve. Who chose to fight.
Can I use other people's recipes for my ebook for children?
"Chris, Calloway from Sydney Australia. I be listening to your show right from the beginning our unemployed. I did work in between I'm unemployed. Now again, I've tried several side hustles over the years I haven't managed to monetize. Miss yet I've tried a book club and Dane Grip I, had some success. I've started a youtube channel Foodie phonics, lessons, children, and have a few thought of his. What most recently have self published an evil children. My question is am I, able to use recipes that I find on the intimate and rename them for use in book at the back so that I can use the link for readers to contact me and the floor to your response to them. Thanks for gration cheese. Hey, thank you so much for listening. Thank you for calling in and good work on continuing to try different stuff. It takes a while and then that's that's okay. I love the idea of the Youtube Channel for food phonics lessons. Let's talk about your question. So can you use other people's recipes essentially and kind of rename them a bit It's a bit of a grey area because. A lot of recipes are are very common here. So there's not a lot of difference between let's say some standard recipes. Okay. But other recipes are created by chef. And there is proprietary work that goes into that. So the best safest answer is that you would need to contact the recipes author or creator for permission to use it in this way unless it's clearly something that is in the public domain. Okay now, that said, a lot of recipes as I mentioned are pretty simple. Okay. Are Pretty simple are pretty common or just handed down over the years and such. So if you're making souffles or castle as or something that's either complicated or somewhat unique, I was trying to think like what is unique to Australia and I did some googling and I read about fairy kick which I don't know a lot about even though I have been to Australia many times and love that country but very cake because the thing Australia. So anything that is complicated or somewhat unique. Where a chef is clearly create that recipe and that is something you definitely shouldn't borrow like that belongs to them however since so many recipes are rudimentary and copied over and over for those I think you'd be okay with putting your own twist on it and renaming it as you suggest except perhaps calicut half cows magical mackin sheep's. Or. farm-to-table Foodie phonics fruit salad I'm just providing some names here feel free to borrow these. You can still these or Foodie phonics vary bread maybe it's actually very bread not very kick now that I'm thinking about this more but whatever it is very bread you call it Cudi phonics ferry bread, and perhaps tweak the recipe a little bit i. think that's okay. That's a little bit different than just wholesale. Copying recipe somewhere and putting it in your own yearbook.
Georgia man who struck reporter's rear pleads guilty to sexual battery
"Plea on sexual battery charges today from the Georgia man accused of slapping a reporter's rear end while she was doing a live report. With that Thomas Calloway, sentenced to a year of probation and 200 hours of community service. After the sentencing, the reporter told news three down in Savannah that a non consensual but slap may seem harmless to some people. But it reinforces the belief that has a woman's body does not belong to her.
"calloway" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Package not a ghost town one. Those are real and very legit and hear directly from the influencer herself. After getting some positive responses calloway announced that she was expanding the workshop into a series of tours all over the US journalists Kaley Donaldson documented, delete up to callaway's I planned workshop, which is an incredible read Oh my God She called it a scam saying that Calloway was charging a huge amount of money for workshop. She admits she wrote in one day keeping this was the summer of scam we had an Adele and adobe which We had asked for who is Zana Sarokin with? The. Sorority. Yeah we had the to fire festivals in production. We theranos, we would soon have the college admissions scandal coming up. There was a lot going on in the scan world so course. Donaldson tweets went viral and a lot of people paid a lot of attention to this Many of the things fans were promised were canceled or totally lacklustre. This included personal letters to each attendee which were canceled a homemade launch. She Caroline shared photos of several hands of eggplant cooking in her studio apartment stove commenting how difficult it was to cook a launch for forty five people. Coffee with milk boxes of coffee. No milk was there, which was also the sponsor. Rudo milk was the sponsor and they had none of the product there you were. Also, if you went to this workshop promised a flower crown, which became an orchid clipped to caroline's hair put in the person's hair during the photo op, and then put back into Caroline's hair. And a care package Anna Care Package, which included an envelope filled with a handful of oetzi sourced floral stickers. A label is t like candle stick of Cleansing Palo Santo. Wood a crystal, which later turned out to be a rock and empty lidless mason jar a tiny and will be wildflower seeds another notebook this one with morning pages on the front and a box of matches customized with the callaway house logo kind of a riff off of Cambridge how system in one? Memorable instagram story Caroline freaked out when she realized how large an order twelve, hundred mason jars, which he planned to give.
"calloway" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Because she would write these back in twenty thirteen, twenty, twelve, these long kind of confessional diary light captions. INSTAGRAM posts yourself and I guess that had not been done before she was kind of new to the idea of diary documentarian within the realm of instagram. Just be like Hashtag Yeah Hashtag whatever emoji Hers Red Lake Fine Art like she, and again, this is part of a to which we'll talk about. Later as her she was an artist, you really enjoyed art. She liked a biography autobiography and aren't making and what makes an artist on twitter and I think that is very bound into it to very interesting. So she grew up in Virginia. At seventeen she changed her legal name from. Caroline Gottschall to Caroline calloway her middle name because she thought the Calo would look better on a book cover someday. So he was already coming to this as a seventeen year old with these big high ambitions, big dreams but again dreams just in terms of kind of fame she she had these dia ristic captions chronicling Hermansen ventures it's all to Kind of started as a trout, it has like a travel lilt to to, which again feels very cliche looking at it now as someone in two thousand twenty. But at that point, it was very new to the form of those were those were definitely glory days of the twenty thirteen was perfect wanderlust, right? Exactly. So she was an American Undergrad from Virginia at Cambridge University and she was an art major So she had a lot of traveling. She did she was she's a very conventionally attractive woman. She's very creative. She's also known for having these. Very poetic up. Do Lots of like flowers and orchids in her hair again shallow. Totally. But a little bit more art full than Matt But yeah, it's it's hard to divorce where we are right now from where that started because. I think we're it started was a lot more creative everything kind of broke open when she had this book deal and then it. Mysteriously dissolved..
Los Angeles Police arrest 2 suspects in hate crime targeting 3 transgender women
"Have been arrested in connection with that attack on three transgender women on Hollywood Boulevard early Monday morning. Willie Walker and on House Man was arrested in the Hollywood area yesterday. Charged with extortion. The primary suspect, Carlton Calloway, was arrested today in Bakersfield for robbery with a hate crime enhancement. And authorities still looking for Davey and Williams for assault with a deadly weapon. The women who were attacked, began posting the names and photos of the suspects Monday night videos of the attack posted to Social media shall bystanders laughing and taunting the women as their robbed? The footage also captures a police car driving by without stopping, LAPD Deputy Chief Justin Eisenberg said that matter is being looked into. We've opened a personnel investigation to look into the details of that. But I can confirm for you. That police SUV was responding to an unrelated emergency that required response with lights and sirens, and we believe they were headed to that emergency, and that's that why they went past. The scene of this incident has not said if the man who live stream the attack on his social media would face any charges. Santa Barbara County has seen the
Weekly food drive continues Saturday, August 8 in Atlanta
"Serious crisis. That's US representative Davis Scott on how the Cove it 19. Pandemic has impacted so many Georgians to help those in need. During these difficult times. The congressman has partner with the U. S. Secretary of Agricultural Sonny Perdue, Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services, the family Health Centers of Georgia, the Atlanta Community Food Bank, George Association of Broadcasters and the the Urban Urban League League of of Greater Greater Atlanta Atlanta for for a a free free drive drive through through covert covert 19 19 testing. testing. And And full full distribution distribution thiss thiss Saturday Saturday from from 9 9 a.m. a.m. to to 1 1 p.m. p.m. at Monday's Mill High School With a record high of unemployment rate for George's. During the Koven 19 pandemic, many families have struggled to keep food on their tables. Calloway, president, CEO of Atlanta Food Bank, says the need for food is ongoing. There will be elevated levels of need around Atlanta and really around the country. For many months to come and maybe years Theat Lana Community Food Bank and U S Department of Agriculture will provide free fresh food to 1500 families on a first come first serve basis that their drive through event this Saturday. That's what's
"calloway" Discussed on Majority 54
"Rehabilitate himself even if it's just for show over the final leg of this campaign I see this as a a time honored campaign tool, but I think he's too dumb to use. It appropriately is a great point that. There's a real risk here that tourists one that he's going to put out like you did before these briefings, a lot of information that's not correct which is what causes people to go out and not take the proper measures I'm pleased to see to say, please. I'm relieved to see that. In the first briefing. He actually talked about people wearing a mask. Only took I don't know how many hundreds of thousands of deaths and that kind of thing, but. But he did it. That's good, but so. That's a risk that he doesn't continue to do that. But then on the other hand, it is a risk politically right because I do think when he was doing this before that even as crazy and circus like as it was, he appeared to be engaged, appear to be in control and so I. Think the thing. Thing, to Tagro with your family, no matter what he says that there is yet. But why is he not working with the science? Why is he not letting the experts? Take the lead here. And why does he need to speak at every single briefing to that point? I think what he say. Sal says apparently that's that's the middle rolling with this show. anyways obvious from Ravi. I think that's right. I like South because it could be my Italian friends and sat down, or it could be an Indian like Sal Khan. So. I like to think of Salads as many many many ethnicities. I think you tell Sal. Hey, man, remember that President Bush awarded Anthony Fauci with the Presidential Medal of freedom. If not the medal of freedom is really really high honor, that I will never see around my neck right so this voucher you let him lead. He's not a political guy. He's not trying to make your president look bad. I promise led the experts. Do what they know to do and right now she is the expert bursts of the experts, but let's let them do what they need to do. And I don't need to hear from the president who has a political interest here you know. I think everybody is probably experienced I've experienced, which is in your personal orbit whether it be family, or or your social circle is very frustrating an unnerving at how people based on their different news. Sources have different ideas about what they're supposed to do. And I think that causes everybody a lot of stress. I think the fact that. That he hasn't been out there, saying this is the one thing and it's all the scientists agree on is why like one part of my family might think one thing about mass? Another part might think something else. People may think different things about whether you can get together with what amount of people at one time and it's a real problem, and it would be nice if we all were working off the same sheet of Music Yeah, I think it's it's worth remembering. It feels like an eternity ago, but just a week or two ago, the president's people were circulating opposition research against Doctor Ouchi. So part of the reason why he's not letting F-, Ouchi, who by the way also said that? He found out when we all did that? The briefings were coming back. Which is great? One of the reasons why FAUCI isn't taking center stage is because we have a egotistical president who cannot share the spotlight with anybody including experts and has gone even beyond that to try to discredit his own experts, because they have the nerve to conflict him with actual science. Voucher.
"calloway" Discussed on Majority 54
"In his administration has had some level of existential fear. This Portland thing. To me I mean. This feels like some into bay. Shit, I mean this is way up there, if I'm walking down the street, and as as we say in the hood, the jump out boys can come and just grab you, and without even understanding all the fourth amendment implications and the actual reasoning of why the president is saying that he can do this. This feels like the ice rates of two years ago on everyday citizens that can just be weaponized any given moment, and that's some very very scary prospects for anybody who these authoritarian figures deemed quote leftist right? It's a great point that there seems to be a tendency right now in the twitter verse, and in the news to make this debate over what qualifies as Fascism and the truth is like I really doesn't matter what you call this. It just looks frightening. Yeah, I agree, and I think one question I think for your Uncle Sal, or whatever is you know when we think about the implications of this for the president is for those of us who don't live in Portland and have a hard time even understanding what's going on and why things are escalating? Is a simple question that I think most Americans can answer, which is trump, making the situation worse or better when he puts New York on the list, for example, my hometown. There's not a person in the city Republican Democrat Independent. Who thinks that trump's presence in this debate? Or the presence of federal troops in unmarked cars is going to make our city any safer or calm down any of the tensions within our city and I think we know the president's playbook here, so he showed his hand seven days ago when he put out an ad that it was called Biden's America and it said you won't be safe and Biden's America, and it showed tons of images of protesters. You could guess the race of most of the protesters clashing with police..
Black Lives Matter claims police brutality against peaceful protesters in Chicago
"Matter. Protest March Friday turned violent when some protesters tried to tear down the Christopher Columbus statue in Grant Park. And police were called in to stop them. Civilian Office of Police Accountability is investigating alleged police misconduct as a result of the confrontation. Jalen Kobayashi is one of the protestors, who spoke at a Saturday press conference. We are tired of seeing police where we are literally protest and we are actively saying we are tired of you brutalizing us and they are still in our face of these protests brutalizing our Children. 12 people were arrested. 18 officers were injured. In the heat of Saturday, dozens of people came out to help paint black lives matter on Jeffrey Boulevard near 70 a street the idea of artists Quentin Crockett and community organizer William Calloway. The words were painted in the colors of Chicago's flag. Neighbor, Lando Monroe was one of those helping out with the South Shore when I got
An Interview with South African Golfer Erik van Rooyen
"Want you to tell me absolutely everything. You can't about golf club that CHAPULTEPEC because I love watching this golf course I promise. There's not one detail I went to get by about playing it. Used COMING OFF A T. Three finish I just want you to kind of walk us through some of the considerations that go into play in that course because they talk about the altitude of course on the broadcast. It's not a direct translation of like. Oh now my eight iron goes this far because of all the different heights and stuff so right. What kind of adjustments do you make before this tournament? It's interesting because usually so I grew up. Bob Played logoff in Johannesburg South Africa and the difference is about ten percents so when a plan Janice Burke I play straight meters and it works great. Is that your stock yardage? Won't you play here play yards so say my nine goes one hundred and fifty eight hundred fifty five meters in Johannesburg. It goes one hundred fifty five yards here interesting so it's pretty close. But then we get to Japan Deepak. And it's like okay bowls going even further than Giannis books on the Tuesday. We hit every club in the bag. Just write it down straight. How is it going and track men track man and that's it? He had all the numbers in each Irish book. And I was like okay. How far is it nine? Ongo again or the eight on well about one hundred and eighty seven. Here's a. But then if you are if you're hitting a ninety five percent nine iron. Is it a direct? Does that really change how much it's going to fly compared to a regular golf course like? What are those kind of adjust? I try to not over. Think it too in the fate happened on even back on Sunday. A sixteen I was in between it was either a full wedge but the braves is a little into us. I think it was a hundred and fifty one of the pen and sixteen in a massive slow behind it. You can use a slip if you want and so we decided on taking a little nine and I was like okay but I've got a little bit of this. How am I doing that again? So it okay. But I think if you've gone over think it is going to get quite complicated yet but it's interesting. I don't feel like we see a golf course on tour where we see more guys get more mystified on the distance. The balls go right. I mean we're watching your shot into seven on Sunday. I think it was Sunday right. Excellent we watched guys go long on that day we tell people hitting the tree and everything like that but it just seems like it's a golf course that makes you guys at. Maybe not you finished tied for third. Maybe not may be the guy to ask about this but makes people uncomfortable. A little bit does does especially. If you're not in use it you know and it's funny I think when you get to sort of the mid irons seven six eight nine. It almost takes a little bit more because at ball gets up a little bit and we spoke about We do WanNa hit the high one just account for that little bit extra orage. Because it's GonNa go that extra bit further. You just had to get comfortable with it. We see every almost every year this tournament. Guys that hit it really far succeed. And if you adjust for altitude the courses equivalent of like sixty four hundred yards doesn't play. That long doesn't play that long. But why why would long drivers succeed there? I don't know it's a good question. I just think it's a golf 'cause again at its it's similar to courses in. Johannesburg and I grew up on us. I was very even lossiemouth system applied comfortable then. I think it's a golf course. It looks really tight but take whole four for example. Huge dog laughed. If you're going to hit drave got left because it's fairly simple punch out to the green and every holes Kinda got aside like that You know eight for example you have to miss it right dog right up the hill. If you left screwed you gotTa Punch out so you know which sites here driver wherever you want to. You're going to have a chance at least punch out to the green or get it around the green somewhere seeking up and down for par. But if you're going to play conservatively and you then mess here in trouble so I think part of the reason why we love watching so much is it feels a lot like the experiment of if if the the best players in the world are GONNA play. What of course that kind of looks like our local Munich overgrown yeah and just kind of weird bunkers around the green but guys seem to love playing and obviously you've had success or whatever. What is it about that makes it so fun to play? I think it's GonNa mix of everything you've got the short hauls you've got one which is really exciting. You know Gaza him to on on the green three woods and yet dot abounds right there to the left if you miss it too exciting long-hauls like eight really good par threes seven. It's going to be one of the baseball threes we play. Oh yeah I mean after you? Great show say tree. You wouldn't have been settled. I hit the tree. Freakin covers like off of the It's a tricky one. It's got a lot of everything it gives you know Sunday. There's a lot of pens. We can use some slopes and get a close with a whole lot of exciting stuff. What's IT I mean? So Co again. We're talking about of course the you're playing plays very differently than the rest of the courses you've been in pressure situations before and but now you're playing golf course that has this weird altitude factor In a high pressure situation Sunday did that feel any different than the other high pressure situations. You've been in on Sundays now. Pretty similar of you know if I think back in Sweden last year I was more nervous on Sunday in Europe and then I was This this this last week on Saturday I was actually the drain. Hundred was all over the place and then Sunday was quite calm. Funny Enough I shot four under this adds. There's all one hundred Sunday so I think I did. Okay and do you do anything differently? At altitude you set out when you start out the week. Are You hydrating better? I believe you've had. He got hit with food poisoning. The Eagles screwed bring that on himself. Are you what do you do with food wise? Like how do you make sure you don't get hit with what hits a lot of people in Mexico You know we went to a nice restaurant in the hotel tippin. Yawkey good Japanese food. He says it was shrimp. That we all eat the shrimp. I think he went back and add something different afterwards but yeah he was out. Thursday he was went back to the Italian sleep the whole day so actually at my trainer on the bag and heated. Okay Club the club me. Bad Club on AIDS or sixteen holes. He gave you a bad club. Is it three would drive? And he's like Nana hit. The driver and I hit it laughed. I wasn't supposed to go gave him the guy but we did okay in the end. It's all good well. This is perfect timing because we tease you before. We going to do our Calloway ad for you. We're GONNA make you add Lib it but the one thing I was adjusted to ask about was the maverick three would you? Yeah what's your feedback on that? I loved it the minute I got up behind. A bowl think it sits really good. It's kind of like a classic three would for me and I'm kind of an old school guy like I don't have any persimmon clubs but I'd love to have some one day. I love a good Blade Iron. So that looks like just a classic looking through it. I like it. One of our guys is claiming that the jaws wedges mart should be illegal. They should be illegal because the grooves are so good on them and they're literally wanted me to ask you about whether what you think of the grooves on the switches. I spoke to You. Think he should have been disqualified for using illegal. I don't think so spokes Rodrick Cleveland about and he's not working for callaway at the Genesis obviously got so much knowledge and they've actually got little miniature groups in between the actual cruise. You know I didn't know that you do get a lot of spin on them. It was context as that. That was the frightening part for me. Was sometimes I would get crazy. Good Spin but what are you? That concludes the AD portion of this much of a tinker with equipment. I mean how often will you do you consider? Where do you fall in the spectrum? I guess when I probably prefer not to change obviously I think like any golf perfect. We all love getting. You couldn't love seeing the latest stuff but if something works for me I'm GONNA I'm GonNa keep it in the bag. Don't really like to change unless I see significant improvement. Yeah what. What is the feedback on the joggers? Somehow I knew this was go. Of course I can't believe I made this is Ed's is really all over the ballpark to be honest people. It's so polarized what people get so worked up about it. I'm very okay. It doesn't bother me. People either love it or absolutely hates that have gone some meshes instagram. So on lady in Lee Massachusetts says surely got enough money to go buy some property tie for the conference and then I get guys at say absolutely love it wake and I get it. So it's no middle ground extra comfortable like what is really cockney appeal of the convenient at the same time you know. I think I think they look good. Yes it's different and people probably done like that too much but what in Golf? No Way people love. The sport is so good at the time so I think I don't know I don't mind the fact that it's a little extending are just a little bit but then again I'm not a huge fan of those loudmouthed pants. That are all these different kinds of colors. Were those the two options you were. But I think I think it's. It's it's a little different it at the same time. So neat and clean well. I honestly do think it's underrated. Part of the highest levels of pro golf. That you have to wear pants eighty-five in hot is new. And it's truly not comfortable to play golf in that paints have come to. I know that sounds stupid to save. It could even looking at some of the. We're with Brad Faxon. They're looking at some of the old cotton shirts. Right Hands Right. Yeah the idea of wearing pants and eighty five degree heat. I know that there's a lot that comes with a minor thing to deal with a right but it is like when you're playing poorly in your pants and your hot Yeah new European they. They made a rule now. If it gets above a certain temperature they allow you to wish awards but I mean just make it across the board. I mean why not yes. I'm not quite sure I can only go back to something you said earlier and not feeling super nervous on Sunday. A couple of things one. I'm curious how how how to how it different from Scandinavia like you're talking about and then three like there's a lot on the line for you personally stars like where you're GonNa be playing how much you can walk up all that kind of stuff. It's a lot of questions I think about all those things. I just any other little four foot writer. That you've got going is going into the week or going into Sunday. What what are those things that are on on your mind? Music like special temporary membership and that kind of for how I it's it's in the back you mind. I'M GONNA TRY THAT. I'm trying to get my PJ to card But I mean. I've been doing this for quite a while. Now. And if that's going to be at the forefront of your mind going on Sunday you're definitely not going to be ready to go win major tournaments. You've got kind of put it in the Freezer. You know until you're done so it's not easy. Obviously wing then golf tournament was forefront of my mind throughout the whole day but if God just go do your job as well as he can so what. Walk us through kind of that that we were talking about trying to get your car right. So let's catch people up that people that are not as familiar with your career to this point and I want to go
The Harlem Globetrotters
"The Savoie ballroom was a jewel of jazz age. Chicago theatre opened in the nineteen twenties just before people in the United States were hit by the Great Depression which left many Americans poor and hungry throughout the difficult time. The Savoie was a place to find joy on the south side of Chicago. The building was regularly filled with residents from the largely African American neighborhood. Who gathered to dance to some of the biggest stars of the day count basie Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong? Were just a few of the people who banged out. Tunes as people jibed across the giant DANCEFLOOR. Dancefloor was so big that it actually doubled as a basketball court for the Savoy. Big Five in the late. Nineteen twenty s the five-man team hosted games to fill the slow nights in the ballroom. A young man in cab. Calloway would sometimes seeing during halftime but back then basketball wasn't very popular people cared about contests like horse racing and boxing baseball. Not The five on five game that depended on getting a ball through a hoop. It was a long way from the sport. We know much slower and much lower scoring than today. This team from Chicago would eventually work to change that. But they're Savoie audience could never have guessed how at some point. There was a dispute among the players of the Savoie five and they broke up. Three of them led by Tommy. Brooklyn's start a new team and rename themselves. The globetrotters it was an era of barnstorming. And when not at the Savoy they set out from Chicago to tour the Mid West region of America there were no organized leagues of teams and players in the Nineteen Twenties and thirties. Instead semi professional teams would travel from town to town and earn money playing teams from whatever town they were in sometimes. Businesses might have a team of employees so a barnstorming team like the globetrotters might play against some guys who had spent the whole day assembling cars canning vegetables or even driving taxi caps. Other Times barnstorming might play a team made up of members of a religious group. The House of David. Those guys never shaved so they played basketball with beards down to their bellies. Making James Harden's beard look like a five o'clock shadow soon. A young Jewish immigrant named Abe Sapper. Steam entered the picture with the globetrotters. Abe was a terrible basketball player but his other skills were valuable. He knew a lot of people who did bookings and many of these towns and more importantly he had a car these five teammates and their manager. Abe would pile into his model t like sardines attend camp and hit those cold slick winter roads. It was the nineteen twenties and they understood that random people in random midwest towns might be surprised to find that all five members of the team coming to play their local guys were African Americans. There were very few professional sports comprised of African Americans at this point so they decided to alter their name to help people know what to expect at the time. The most notable and best all black basketball team was known as the Harlem rent which was short for the Harlem Renaissance in the Nineteen Twenties and early thirties. The New York neighborhood of Harlem was an epicenter of black culture and it was a time referred to as the Harlem Renaissance. People knew about these incredible artists and musicians. Who lived there along with the writers like Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston so the globetrotters who were very much from Chicago? Ask themselves how do we make ourselves sound dignified worldly and clearly a team of African Americans the Harlem Globetrotters? Will it matter that? We're not from Harlem that we've never tried it around the globe new super nope cool. Let's pile into a small unheeded car and go beat some people in basketball and they did just that it was remarkable. How good they are. They beat nearly every team from Wisconsin. Illinois Iowa anywhere else they went then they pile back into the car and head on down the road to the next game throughout the nineteen thirties. The team built up quite a reputation. They might have been the best basketball team in the world. No one agrees on how the famous tricks came into the game. A popular explanation is that they'd slip into the fun and flashy dribbles and drives after they safely put plenty of points on the board against their opponent. This did several things one it entertain the audience. Once the actual threat of competition was gone. No one wants to watch a blowout so a fun. Show of tricks kept the locals entertained but also no one wants to watch their local fellas get trounced a group from the city coming in and wiping the home team can really anger a local audience and the Harlem globetrotters new. This trick plays would thrill any crowd and win them over. The focus slowly became not about the final score but about how much fun it was to watch these incredible athletes and their astonishing an often humorous approach to the game. I we win. And then we cloud Abe Saperstein once said now most people agree that the real clowning didn't start until a man named goose. Tatum joined the team. Goose was an incredible athlete. Who could put the basket ball through the hoop with ease? But he also had a keen eye for comedy he found inspiration and funny movies and carefully watched the acts of clowns and other entertainers his favorite gags would show up on the basketball court. Sometimes goose would tiptoe over and pretend to spy on the opposing team's huddle all while making sure the audience in on the joke other times he'd hand the refs at trick ball after a timeout upon dribbling the ball. The referee grow angry because the ball never bounced back up. It just plopped devoid of air on the ground. Sometimes goose would disappear from the court altogether while the game continued only to be found in the audience eating popcorn. He even had a bit where he would pretend to be knocked unconscious on the court. The refs in his teammates would try everything to wake him up. But no amount of shaking or poking prodding would open his eyes. It was only the smell of his own Stinky Shoe. That would get him back up on his feet again. Much to the disgust delight of the audience in Nineteen forty-eight Abe Sapper Stein was with a friend who just so happened to own a basketball team called the Minnesota Lakers. The Lakers were the best team in the brand new professional basketball league which would soon become known as the NBA. The League did not allow black players on any of their teams regardless of League affiliation and regardless of the color of the player skin each man believed his team was the best in the world. They'd never meet in a league as it was so the natural solution was to stage an exhibition game between the Lakers and the globetrotters. It didn't seem so to the men at the time but game between an all white. Nba team and an all. Black semi pro team would prove monumental. Eighteen thousand people came out to watch which was easily twice. As many people as most professional basketball games would attract the time. And despite the fact that the Lakers star center who stood six speed and ten inches tall was seven inches taller than anyone else. On the court. The globetrotters one on a last second shot. It was a powerful moment. The next season those Lakers would go on to win the National Championship. But when they played the Harlem globetrotters a second time for a second exhibition between the two teams. The globetrotters came out on top yet again. The following year the NBA ended segregation and three of those same Laker Whooping Harlem globetrotters Chuck Cooper Nat Clifton and hang designee. Became three of the I four African Americans to join the League and play professional basketball. This was nineteen fifty three years. After Jackie Robinson had broken the color barrier in baseball the globetrotters still continue their entertaining shows today. Keeping the spirit of barnstorming alive. They get a lot of credit for how they support communities and bring joy to so many and educate kids about health. But it's easy to forget about how important they were in integrating professional basketball. They now tour and play with just one team often known as the Washington generals according to most sources the globetrotters have beaten the generals over sixteen thousand times. How many times have they lost though? That question is harder to answer. But it's just a few. The most recent globetrotter loss was way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy one when both teams lost track of the score when clock expired. The generals were ahead. That was not supposed to happen. And people expected the GLOBETROTTERS TO WIN. And it's usually agreed that they will today. It's all about the show the fun and the love of basketball not the competition. This is what made that loss. So shocking reports from nine hundred. Seventy one SE. The stands were filled with silent shocked faces and even a few crying children. Luckily it's been smiles for all since then
Woman dragged into alley, raped in Queens
"The woman woman was was reportedly reportedly raped raped in in an an alley alley way way early early yesterday yesterday morning morning in in Jamaica Jamaica queens queens police police are are asking asking for for the the public's public's help help CBS CBS twos twos Nick Nick Calloway Calloway with with more more police police they they stopped stopped in in front front of the twenty seven year old woman and when she tried to pass and he grabbed her and forcibly dragged her to a nearby alleyway that's where he ripped her clothes off and raped her the victim was taken to the hospital with injuries to her head of body arms and legs police say that suspect is twenty five to thirty five years old in about five foot six he was last seen wearing a dark ski cap a tan vest blue jeans black sweater and black sneakers now police told tell us when the attacker first to grab the victim he covered her mouth and told her quote I'm going to kill you investigators say anyone with information should reach out to crime stoppers
"calloway" Discussed on Matt Dâ€™Elia Is Confused
"Caroline Calloway and feel like she needs introduction however I'm GonNa let her introduce herself in her own words if being Bhai making the most exciting story possible and I've done the right thing sort of surfing the different waves of news a part of it away but I don't think most people do agree people if you I remember just being so ashamed at Cambridge when I was surrounded by all these genius says who would probably not like go onto a Nobel prize in a variety of subjects at just being so deeply ashamed that I think they would be typing away at some brilliant thing in the librarian I would be working just as hard on an instagram caption that I'd spent the last two months perfecting to post it and just feeling the deepest burden of shame of being like I've spent two months on this instagram caption and no one thinks that's a worthy L. Investment of my time and it was really hard to sort of like protect the flame of my own ambition creativity and just sort of like artistic interest because I found it really rewarding to make digital art and yeah I do so appreciate that you see it that way but I don't think we should lose sight of how rare your attitude towards this as because everyone it just influence her versus the word writer connotations that we for those two professions are so vastly different like when you're like introduce yourself I could have said influence her but I didn't because I didn't want people to see Yeah it's true there is this supremely negative connotation which I find odd because influencers by definition of the word that they use to describe its people give a shit about what they're doing and that's why they're called influence the listen this is the way it is is a pattern that is repeated itself over and over again throughout the history of art whenever a new technology is introduced as a mode for creative expression it's always denounced as new technology as science everything from you notes nick paint colors to photography's perfect example because it also introduced this element of democratization of the artistic process to to render something in three dimensional space in paint me to go to school but to render the same object in three dimensional space in film all you need to do bike camera and the criticisms that were lobbed at the earliest photographers or that you know you have no training anyone can get it camera this is technology this is not true art now every major museum in the world has a photography collection and coupled with that overarching pattern of human history to sort of see the the forefront of our newest technological creative advancements is not being part of the we were testing on top of that there is the pattern of really discounting again and again and again Dan any artistic media that are the purview of young girls and this extends to our big media that are the purview of people of color as well but specifically within the context of young white girls there's you know scrapbooking and Victoria in England young girls were making so much art especially more art than than people who were the full time has painters because like is Victorian girls like we're just sitting around waiting to be married embroidery is another example these sort of things that are made by young girls are just not there no major music every major museum in the world does not have a scrapbook collection or an embroidery collection and the fact that things like Tumbler and instagram have really been the purview of young girls expressing themselves off coupled with the fact that we are always skeptical of new technology being You Know Art of Merit it really doesn't make it seem that mysterious to me why don't take instagram's I mean I think also just sort of there's like a bandwagon element to me when I hear people it's almost like groan worthy how much people it's on the tip of people's tongues how much they want to say how much they hate like that inste- influence or thing in they don't WanNa be around influences they don't WanNa follow them but it's like I just don't what I am disconnected from in that realm is like I don't know why they care so much to be angry about it because the worst case for me it's like that's fucking annoying I'm not gonNA look at it but it's like this like this vitriolic thing where people will and it might be I mean you Tommy might be because it's like you can interact with influencers and you can comment and write to them and there's this feeling that the right there to be anonymously shitty too and I mean I deal with that to a degree but I feel like I mean you post about it which is one of my favorite things about your instagram is that you will post someone doing something shitty value and your attitude about it is amazing but like I can't imagine that's the attitude most people have and I feel like there's no from the person doing the attacking right like if they're going to be shitty to you or someone else online or to me whoever there's this unbelievable quality that I can't get over how how ready people are to be shitty online and how M- not ready they are to be shitty in person and it's like influencer is almost there to be ridiculed because you're never gonna see them in person and you can comment on their page how much you fucking hate them you know what I mean how are you going to dealing with that well I think honestly I learned that skill very slowly steadily over six years and then I had to learn that skill very quickly and very thoroughly in January when I went viral as a scam and I something I've learned about fame as that is your name recognition increases the barrier to entry of what you have to do to be ridden about lowers only time and so you know Natalie's article never at the same momentum if I hadn't gone viral in January and the next thing that happens to me we'll have momentum it the the barrier for entry of like what the thing has to be or how much of a mistake I have to make as definitely will how big steak has to be for it to be news is lower and lower and lower and like right now it's so crazy I'm in the news like every two days art do you see that shit like is that something that's in front of your face I go myself because it doesn't bother me as much but I don't have google news alerts on I wanna be able to have control of what I'm reminded about it like I want to check in on it and places where it's like you know killing it in business feel pretty invincible yeah it's a perfect time to do it non like a moment where I feel a little lonelier or lost I mean that's incredible I go so far the other way I don't want to know I don't WanNa know anybody is makes me think about me in a way that you know what I mean so scared of what other people were saying about me and you know it really I don't know if there's any other way you learn how to be I would never wish going viral is a scam on anyone it honestly scrambled my nervous system where about two months like I really I was like an animal from the shelter in the sense that I didn't want to be touched like I would text a friend and they went tax me back for two hours and an normally that stuff when you wouldn't even register to me 'cause I'd be living my life the first two months after that my brain lived in a place where everything was so personal and everything was a possible sign that that the people who did know me for me maybe they didn't like me either so scared of that but going I mean there's not much we're in this digital era are not like worse things that can happen for a public shaming than being accused of something commit a murder but in this country you don't have control over whether or not someone accuse Roy and like you know I through some events that were quirky af to put it in internet lingo for those of Internet links you do are you talk your story that's something that's feedback I'll read Ya but but twitter found it so laughable that you know it's not journalistic malpractice in this day and age to cite a twitter thread as source voucher crew smell fucking is and you know everyone's it's all well and good that everyone's walking back those claims now and I appreciate that Fisher but like no one can give me back this two months I lived in a panic and that that panic to overcome it ed anti-depressants I got a really good New York City therapist just like the best that money can buy a New York City Alan actually to be honest there's someone who deserves to be killed needs to be in therapy for sure movies talk about it he needs extra therapy but yes so I really I I want to be careful not to present going viral as a scam at something thing that people should go through or be publicly shamed or being canceled as something that's helpful or an event that necessarily changes you because it will change but if you sort of like any big life change if you really really throw yourself into oh just sitting with all the discomfort and whatever kicks for you and really using it as a chance to learn about yourself and make peace with the parts of yourself that are keeping so much shame on you for me I really had to examine how much I care I heard run what people thought of unlike I really I used to I used to even just like when I start reading a bad car comment like I would just like my heart would sync with the first few words but like I'd read the rest I just be worried if something bad was going to happen that someone was saying about me on I had to I'm not saying this is the same for you because everyone's mind is wired so differently but for me I really realized that the season I was so scared that was because I was really scared that I wasn't a good person and I think I hadn't really internalized the beliefs that I was good I think I'd really struggle because I am so ambitious I want money and I watch it and I wouldn't steal it I wouldn't I want you call in but something that's tough is that like female ambition is really vilified and and it's not okay as a young girl to want too much stuff or else people won't want you and when I was building that online persona you know like when I sold my book publishers. The first round like Natalie and I made the choice to make that character we didn't even use the word instagram once no one hundred pages the book proposal that girl did not have online brand and did not have a mind for business and did not she wasn't even writing a book that girl had no career calls she just went to.
"calloway" Discussed on Matt Dâ€™Elia Is Confused
"Are we recording okay recording okay so I am here with he wants because I like to let people say what they are without me saying what they are so google me it's all true then I mean the truth is people would find very very disparate things because I find that the most fascinating thing about you and one of the reasons I wanted to have you on the show is that you people have the most extreme opinions about you one way or the other and as you said if you you you're liable to find someone who loves you thinks you're the greatest thing on the sun and someone who hate to you thanks for the worst thing under the sun so I just want to talk about what it is like to experience to keep experiencing because you live in a very public form but I'm already getting into out of yourself please tell us to you are my name is Kelly Calloway infused about this microphone and I can sit here yet I need to be closer okay cool I'm glad I asked I'm curling Calloway I'm no longer confused about the AAC situation and I am I'm a writer and art historian a very bad one and very good artist and the media that I make arden are paintings and writing and digital story telling instagram's stories instagram captions. I think of that as art that I make I mean we we were talking just before we started McCain vitamins article about you and I love her I think she's the best no matter what your rights and I loved her article about you and she kind of talked a little bit about how instagram in the right hands is kind of like a living piece of creative nonfiction which I know you have a background in and we talked a little bit about that piece but that sort of I hadn't really thought of it like that and I'm newer to discovering you because my the genesis of me being interested in so many people around me were talking about you and then I started to look and read about you and look at your page and it is I find it to be actually pretty different than what most people might call like an influence her and I think that that's what you get labeled as an influence our and you kind of get lumped into a bunch of other people and when I think of influence like somebody on a beach somewhere like trying to sell me like a face cream or something and you don't do that and years use instagram in a different way but I think a way that people sort of looked to as a new potential creative outlet Zorin Yeah I actually I've never done an ad on my instagram grid like I've never sold a permanent post and I've only done one ad ever in my stories it was for the animated series by the producers of Bodak horsemen that I just I really love I felt like it was accepted being an avid for promoting other people's which I felt morally very okay with but if I can avoid it in the future and still keep the lights on and pay rent I will never do an ad again because I just I so hard to get people to take instagram seriously as art honest people just don't want it see it that way and I feel like my not only is it my best path forward for getting people to take it seriously is not running ads but also I'm really fascinated to see how the value of having a totally ad free account on instagram will appreciate in value because even actresses and models do ads all the time and I really I really have a good feeling about how increasingly special the fact that I don't run ads will be in the coming years that I'm excited to explore that I mean it's definitely a rare did we stand out because the one thing I think you want we have all these Peres here and we have Pellegrino's whatever kind of sparkling beverage you want describe it as an abundance of periods in abundance of Paris at perrier sponsor this caroline haven't been listening to me for all of this time that I've been trying to get sponsored by you listen to caroline she says sponsor me Perry sponsored me thank you but yeah I mean the ads thing the I think for me when I'm on instagram amount instagram a lot I see a lot of people on there and anytime I see someone who does a lot of is I just think aren't people are being sold enough shit like this is a place where I just like if I'm on here I just WanNa see what people are up to and what they're doing and what they're saying I don't give a shit and I don't WanNa follow someone anymore if there's like a McDonald's ad or something and get someone super cool like eating a fucking big Mac you know I actually really disagree with you I I think that so as a creative person that's crazy easy opinion to have to be so entitled to Artists Creativity that you should receive that content for free and they shouldn't be able to monetize it just because I'm really excited to explore sort of the frontiers of what demonetized account looks like I think you know you would never work for free as a director are wouldn't exactly have I wouldn't do it again I know I know but I'm not saying ads on the site don't bother me but when I'm following someone who like what I'm saying that Creator is giving you you so much value for free all the time it's totally I just disagree and I think it's totally I think you should be able to your noises valid but also valid as their need to make money and pay bills to be compensated for all the creative content they provide you for free for sure we're into something else I want to talk about which is this sort of like fusion of person and brand and and a means of making a living because I think a lot of people and I think people especially older than me boomers in particular they look at younger people and the way they used social media and they think it's like over sharing or something like that but I think that there's this thing they haven't really been exposed to where there's this idea of like personal branding almost regardless of whether you're selling ads or not because a lot of people do it even if they can't sell at they don't have enough followers whatever the fuck but I think that there's this like younger person mentality of like I'm not just a person what I am is I'm I'm I'm me I'm also like a version of me curated version of me that I'm putting out there that I'm it's not that you're necessarily against selling yourself as it but it's it's it's like all folded in to one thing you know and and you do it in a way that I think you would say is like it is a it is that the whole fee the whole grid or whatever it is it is art but I don't I think there's like a disconnect with with an older generation and I'm wondering because you've been on instagram how long the minimum scream seven years okay have you seen because you've been on it so much is there like a when did that start to become so much more popular than because that really started with instagram before that with like twitter and facebook that wasn't what it is you know never had a personal brand race right exactly yeah so how how did you did you start using it as that or do you discover that or like when did that start to come something you fold then let's say it's it's funny that you bring this up because I think about this a lot the fact that like now everyone is telling the story of their life instagram sort of the narrative of of their identity and who they are and when instagram was I started I don't know when you got the APP but in the early days of instagram it was really take a curated gallery where you allow other people to see the world through your leg off road like an autumn leaf on the sidewalk You know a Cappuccino with Cappuccino art with a white border around the federal route was the digital climate of instagram in the beginning at I think I was really I know it was one of the first people to really understand the potential of instagram for so many things take for granted today its potential for ads the potential for buying followers and leveraging that into more real followers the way built my brand was lot twenty thousand followers and then I bought ads before ads were even a thing on instagram like I literally the messaging at will inside the APP didn't even exist yet so I would have to comment on these accounts photos being like do you have an email address I contact you and I bought them so deeply I would buy them in packs of ten for five dollars an avid with accounts that had hundreds of thousands of followers and I was able to build that thous up to five hundred thousand maybe two years while still getting a degree at Cambridge select that wasn't even I wasn't even working on that full time that was a fulltime student Roy and also like trying to you know fall in love and have fun and becoming recently addicted to adderall all the while but yeah so I also in addition to seeing the potential for ads leveraging fake followers into real followers I also saw the potential for making instagram like the story of who you are and yeah I don't remember the question at all I don't remember what that what I want also to talk you about is the per- the Natalie who used to work with the article that she wrote that was around the time where I start to become aware of you and the general sense that I had was that people were angry at you and I didn't know what that even really meant and is like what the fuck is everybody's so mad about and then I read it and I was like what the fuck is everybody so mad about even though it seemed to be clearly she's like coming from a place of negativity I still didn't understand what the problem but the problem really was I mean you basically like hired her and she just seemed angry about herself I don't WanNa put words in your mouth or anyone about but my take on it was like she's just upset about thing that she she kind of did you know and then yeah so I don't know what you have to say about that but was there like a it seemed to like ignite a certain narrative around you that I was starting to hear about that I don't agree with and I'm curious as to did you know that was coming in when it came was it like who cares because you're amazing at like brush it off something revenue from your feet it's like you'll like post something from someone who's like calling you something and you'll like laugh about it or whatever and the attitude that you have about it is incredible and I'm curious as to how that if at all has shifted things for you in any way or like was that what was that experience for you avenue that so many questions yeah this is a lot to unpack do do you think so much stuff well one I think I think a common thread that I'm seeing in your questions is this really and people people do this all the time they just sort of various zoomed in concerns like concerns about how I handle the pressure of people watching High handle the pressure of people thinking I'm something I'm not the pressure of Natalie making a story out of nothing a really none of that even matters because the big picture is that Natalie the right that have hit me over the past nine months or literally here because of how she and I have been able to manipulate our own stories and Natalie's piece is so smart in the way that it really leapfrogs from outright aging detail to outraging detail just things that we love to hate in our culture like me asking her to take photos instagram we don't see those actions as a young woman building business we see them as evidence of pity or frivolousness or just you know but it's so obviously is I mean it seems at least to me obvious to everyone why didn't mean why do you think that like I feel like that's a disconnected me actually like I'm I see someone doing you're doing and I think it's the brand thing and that's that's especially the more followers you get the more you time you put into what you're doing the more you're going to care about it and because it's involves taking pictures you're GonNa fuck and take pictures it's.
"calloway" Discussed on Night Call
"Paid and you went shopping. You'll also hear from experts helping these women and women everywhere toward a better financial so future. It is your younger self job to look after your older south. We're more comfortable getting physically naked with somebody then financially naked she makes money moves is a production production of glamour an iheartradio. Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts. Can we talk a little bit about the criminalization an aspect of that setting cars and other things that are covered it under forty one eighteen just say this issue is decades in the making it's a result of the commodification of housing and healthcare and all these basic human needs and and our capitalist white supremacist system the way to address it as we've been talking about is cover up essentially is to erase it with police and try to solve more capitalism exactly exactly exactly and it's it's. It's all proven to fail. Croatians ruined failed capitalism is proven to just create more poverty and inequality and and so in the short term yes. They're criminals. Action Policies sees must end. I mean this is what we're pushing for. A Theo talks about services that he needs before he gets housing and then when you do eventually get the housing which is gonNa take a while and so immediately another thing I've talked to you about getting a shower more showers yeah yeah it is only one bathroom and China tell and opens up late so if you have to relieve yourself which they always complain on how they're using the bathroom. You have to go almost two miles to starbucks. I'm Craig. It's open to be able to use the back and it's so scary as it in the business improvement districts by the way this business district is a when a group of commercial property owners come together and say we'll pay more taxes into the city to get more services and welfare services to them is private security guards that abuse their power it's gentrification is is like really did they talk about tents talk about business tenants when they were ten just so they're not looking out for the people who live in the community looking out for the people who there to make money right and they do not want any services that the assignment they do not want people to to be present at all it hurts their bottom line and they have so much control right now unfortunately crazy sign Hollywood. They've also been doing a big sort of gentrification slash. You know harassing everybody it constantly to try and make it do touristy and they have a sign up in a store that said it was like put up the business improvement district and it said if you see any like unsavory people like please report them to the security guard and I was like you're just saying what you really. There was an extremely offensive sign in a restaurant. I run in Chinatown that I used to go to where it basically explicitly said. If you're homeless please don't come in we even if you have money to spend or not interested in your business and he was mind blowing and it because it assumes everyone agrees with that things people have been talking about in terms of forty one eighteen which forty one eighteen is a bill that would limit the housed in La from sleeping anywhere near a school anywhere near a public park anywhere near sports venue. It's kind of an absurdist bill because it's just like it's a long winded way of saying basically anywhere yeah because where where are you not close to a park or school or a driveway and it's one of the laser all this supposedly public spaces in Los Angeles but it's clear that they're only public for some people but here here is the criminal part about it. The criminality of it is not an house people. It's our elected officials. LAPD isn't a city attorney. They ark a violating constitutional rights. I'm GonNa read that something that was said many years ago we know through painful experience that freedom is never every voluntarily given by the oppressive it must be managed by the oppress. Dr King wrote that he wrote that in the height of segregation and Jim Crow and right now we are in and a new manifestation of black hose. Jim Crow in the same way because they're criminalizing people of color that une housing there on the air near making propaganda that states that all in house people are violent mentally ill and drug addicted and can you talk a little more about how it plays into racism because it's sort of the statistics about the community. I say that as white supremacist tennis all of US everybody is packed by white supremacy even the whites sites that are not in our trying to pro- proliferate it. It's the fact that you can send out a propaganda message that state that unhealthy people people that you see an african-american and on the news they're violent and such as such that they see them and they can call the police and put them in jail the park that I'm at most of the days which is my constitutional right school is near Castle Art. They have created this such a horrific a narrative that the the school has tried to ban me from getting employment at the school because they are afraid the parents were unroll their child because they feel deal that I because of my condition I would be a danger to the children can actually third to toss here for a minute to talk about You had some good things to say about sort of the connection between schools well yeah. I mean I so molly I wrote a letter that Molly read at the city council meeting about this bill and I have two kids kids in school right now. They're in two different neighborhoods. They are both neighborhoods with large house communities as I would say every single neighborhood in Los Angeles has and I think the difficult thing is is that people send these kids to these schools. One of the schools is a public school. It's a free school so it's very difficult because there will be a group of of people who will speak as if everyone's on the same page. Our Children's should not see on housed people now you live in. La You drive around and and you are going to see people every income level people with disabilities. We are really telling our kids that being poor is a crime and it is not. I mean it's it's it should go without saying but it's very frustrating and you were saying also. It's like one in voice them statistic about the number of kids in the I will without like outing anybody I know for a fact that there are several children in my son's school who are not living who are living on house and their parents are sending them to a school they had a choice of schools that are involved parents and it's not discussed because because obviously I mean I think many people with good intentions wouldn't want out these people and many people would be put off by the school or treat children differently but I mean it's really really it's so frustrating because I feel like we have to talk to our kids starting from a young age about rejecting this sentiment that that being pours a crime in the being on houses a crime because our kids are in classrooms with children who are announced and the idea that we start teaching them this early to treat those kids differently. It's repulsive repulsive to me. I mean it's it makes me very emotional. It's very important talk about and forty eighteen especially to bring something in like this to try and can bring this bill in at this time is so horrific and evil and a lot of the people at the meeting referring to it as a new form of apartheid and absolutely agree the house community is overwhelmingly made up of people of Color and in Los Angeles. It is yeah. It's just say so in. La Nine percent of the population roughly is African American but forty percent of the population just to give you an idea and and forty-one eighteen by the way it's actually it's an old law. Municipal Code a forty-one Eighteen d specifically used to say you can't sit sleep rely on the sidewalk or it does say that right now. Judges have over the years federal judges and said that's unconstitutional unless there's a shelter or housing available you can't punish someone for sleeping on the street and recently and other judge said that case Martin Versus Boise the city of Boise Idaho and so the city attorney decide recently well. We're going to address that so we're GONNA. Mend forty-one when eighteen and we're going to say yes it's legal to sleep on the sidewalk. We're just going to tell you where you can and can't and that's where they think they're gonna be able to get away with it or they thought there now they're hearing all the all of us the community coming out and now we're starting to rethink this but one of the big things they've added aside from all the sidewalk restrictions is four to one thousand nine. C. which is basically a stand stand your ground law. It says that you can be criminalised for talking to someone in a way that makes them feel threatened and actually says in there that if someone commits violence on you for making them feel threatened. It's your fault what and so basically allows people to become and it gives them the power to. KOMO's people say that they're they're attacking them because they were afraid of their life so actually enabling violence and tariff. They've also been really ramping up this stuff on Fox News I haven't been told that trump trump only very interested in the homeless crisis in California NPR saying it's because there was a lot of violent anti homeless rhetoric on Fox News recently. We sort of also encouraging people to kind of take vigilante violence against the poor. What do you guys think about trump coming into. La It's not positive until you well. I'm different disconcerted because why but then I am not surprised because even though the Garcetti and the city mayor are not GonNa Republicans vague share his views because they are enacting uh-huh weaponising the police to do exactly what he's been saying so I would argue that the city has already been enacting Trumpian policies eh against the homeless and they really want to be able to enforce forty-one eighteen which which they can they can do if they get enough shelter beds so I actually am worried. That trump is gonNA okay well. Hey what if I put up enough shelters then you could legally may be enforced to eighteen buildings and up will aw thank you so much for joining us today. Theo and this was really great and we'd love to have you guys back against some time. And where can we find your guises work and and support what you're doing online well for me I'm on facebook and my facebook name Theor Theodore T. D. O. R. E. Henderson and I have a support page. Theo Henderson's support committee and I was looking for and my facebook is not showing please on our P. M. I have for Theo Henderson. Pay Pout if you want what to reach in and help me out for some basic things now check out as street watch. La Dot Com if you're interested.
"calloway" Discussed on Night Call
"It is very much like the purge movies yeah but it does feel like it's like they're telling us they're doing their job but they're obviously doing a lot of semi illegal to vary illegal seeming things in order to make what they want happen happen. it just feels very in keeping with flake the general tenor of times right now that like what once was just like. Nimby ISM which has like a very kind of suburban. He sort of like you know a mannered but these bigoted type of like flavor to it is now just actively like the actual vigilante groups and doing actual people are so dumb. They think they could have saved. I mean I guess it's also facebook's fault. Obviously it's all of these platforms arms fault for having a place where you can have secret hate groups well. They're not secret either. I mean I'm in a neighborhood so I run the night. Call facebook. I'm on on facebook. I would have left facebook but I'm on it. Maybe only one of these neighborhood groups that are easy to join. They're by no means. Do you have to even proved that you live in the neighborhood and on a daily basis. This is a topic of conversation where people will weigh in with you know really like as if they're trying to make a joke. There's no jobs to be found about. Committing violent acts against homeless people about making the streets inhospitable about moving people all away but nobody says to wear or how in a way that is so you can just feel the animosity there and it's it's extremely scary. I think so dehumanizing so dehumanizing and beyond that I mean there are now apps like citizen and next door. Don't download citizen. That's the frustrating thing is that you know molly recently gave a comment city council and we'll talk more about that in a minute but I'm I'm a parent and then I I remember. I downloaded this citizen. There was a shooting near my son's school and all I knew was that there was a shooting it was on the radio and eventually downloaded a citizen because I I'm very concerned about school shootings and I that was where the information was but then in addition to that information you have an onslaught a lot of these and so many of them turn out to be false alarms but in creates a sense of paranoia and I think in Elliott especially the blame often often falls totally wrongfully on the on housed yes if we could talk a little bit about the business improvement district for a minute because is I think there's something there's a lot of things that these various situa sleeves sort of neutral sounding name right. It's very chinatown is not Chinatown the film Chinatown could you explain the best with a business improvement district. Does the business improvement district is the is in lockstep with the LAPD THE LAPD cannot do overtly things because of lawsuits and criminal charges being brought to them so they have dispatched the business improvement district employees to do their bidding and respect for business owners and keeping property pretty values up and they will use code words of quality of life to us do unhealthy segregation to house members now. They're a diversity not a of a and how they're the invisible on house like I was because I knew the vitual hall of people out there that all in house people who are mentally addicted or mentally ill or in the grip of addiction kind of addiction or do so through through some moral failing when the the unhealthy do call the police they do nothing they nudge each other give each other a high five and I had a friend of mine get attacked by one of the employees because he was following his wife and they did nothing they just He's still working nair. They still go to his meetings. They Park right outside of his business is news. I just wanted to add to you know on on House folks trying to get the police to protect them from from house people for the past couple of years that I've been doing street watching Echo Park Hark we've had numerous accounts of property interest showing up with with a gun and threatening people to leave someone threw a boulder from their pickup truck at a tent was was in the tent but literally. I mean that could kill someone you go rock also a couple years ago where some business owners put out lie on the sidewalk taking it. That's right that's right. We documented that and again. It's like that's the thing is we do have to document these things. In groups extra watch all I have to be at these sweeps in order to make sure that they are conducted to legally because often they are not. I would suggest making sure that they're done legally. A lot of these laws are bullshit our laws that we want to abolish Polish that they use to do suppose what they call clean ups they would take offense of the word sweep city but that's exactly what they are. They are complaint based so a lot of of them right so like homeowners property owners will call in and say I want you to deal with this encampment over here getting rid of it and even if the ADA compliant. There's no trash at all. They'll stomach like everyone moved their stuff which is really hard for especially for disabled folks It's it's brutal and being there to document. It's not only to collect footage for for potentially legal purposes but in the moment it's former harm reduction. They see they're being watched. They might treat someone a little better than they would. If we weren't there and raising awareness on social media like you said took two weeks ago I had one of the employees that had came onto. My twitter actually has been stalking me for several months and I don't know I didn't know her by just basically doing she worked at Alpine recreation center and this young lady has taking several months along with with some of the vitriol of the gossip of some of the parents that do not like in house people in the park and that I have a connection or relationship tutoring kids it's or teaching your martial arts and things like that so they got together and started to create some sinister accusations she took it a step fervor looking for my public page took some isolated pictures and then tried to insinuate that there was some horrific things that I've done and and from this point on it's like she's still employed there. She's you know there's nothing been done to her. She's they talked to her but she's bold. She's you you know again. If I had the rosewood reverse I would have been arrested or or at least disciplined or transferred. I think what is very insane about this is to that we live in Los Angeles what's really likes to present itself as being sort of a sanctuary and progressive and it is not clearly the people in power are not have done anything to help the homeless crisis which has only gotten worse and more severe with all of their supposed- solutions like doing with these quote unquote cleanups. It really seems to me like they wanNA make this kind of superficial cleanup of the city but they have no plan effort right. Yeah I mean I think I think this is especially the case in Los Angeles but it's true in any big city that has any kind of you know which is every big cities every big city in America but like it's you know I think if you're listening to this and you're like Oh oh this is terrible. What does it have to do with me. It's like if you live in one of these neighborhoods where people start to talk. We have nice things now like my neighborhood is nice now like that's your business improvement in district and there there's like this is the way the sausage gets made like obviously it's nice to be able to have like new businesses and stuff in a in a in a neighborhood that has been under served by that but like oftentimes that comes at the cost of people who are just trying to live and often they push in Chinatown. We've seen this especially with groups like Chinatown..
"calloway" Discussed on Night Call
"Perform a very effective albeit terribly named method of my official release called Fascism lasting it uses a tool parentheses blaster to essentially comb and remodel the connective tissue in your body increases blood flow encourages lymphatic drainage increases your ability to recover from muscle fatigue got popular because it also produces a reduction cellulite appearance and improve skin tone. If you haven't looked into it yet I highly recommend it. It's improve my quality of life my posture my skin and energy energy level. Thanks for reading not an AD. I just love this tool I think this might be an but it's okay. You're cool man. emily really was right. I just looked it up in you. I can't believe it's rare but it says Latin in re Latin for in the matter of Yup. Yep Wow it's Latin homily so Okay Amanda Hashtag. It's Latin ask Checketts Latin God that reminds me of that horrible tweet about how they should speak languages other than English at the debate and then it's like steady pluribus unum in the same tweet any anyway That's hopefully old news by now. I think I missed that one. I never look at twitter twitter and you guys are just avoiding the really important stuff which is talking about fat okay so Amanda at the fashion blaster I just had to look this up so so I think you're being a little disingenuous no offense but the reason it it became popular was yes it. Can you know some people you were reported a reduction and satellite but also the Kardashians endorse it was a car dash bad it was Khloe Gwyneth also so endorse it I'm sure seemed like a thing where they sent out a bunch of key of product to influencers and rich people to be like check out this new thing and then everybody promoted it but if you look into the woman who invented it Ashley Black Ashley Black not to be confused with TV writer it is a scam seemingly well first thing I did because I never really heard of Flash Oblast team. Before was I went to as has always my resource for all things possibly scams that have to do with the body and face real self dot com. I I looked on Reddit. Oh I look at real self. I Skin Care Addiction on Reddit addiction. Real self tends to be as much as it is sort of like a way for plastic surgeons and like dermatologist to advertise it also tends to eventually kind of weed beat out some kind of truth about all these procedures and like there's there's a percentage of like because people report their experiences and say whether or not they had a good experience or not so it's a sixty five percent worth it right now. that's a little on the low side. It's not on the it's on the damning and of things like cool sculpting obscene. I think has a lower were just like they gave a new named liposuction right now. It's not come on easing you. It's the same lamey. Suction sucks the fat out tonight. Actually were yeah and it's like an actual way to treat like if you want to actually remove fat from your body. That's the only pre doesn't actually work. No you lay out some like. I think there's also that one for your Chin. Then I forget Oh yeah Chi Bella Hi Bella and it's like the kind that's supposedly freeze off your skin off your skin. You want your skin the areas you're supposedly supposedly don't want and then it's it is expelled by your body anything like that where it's like and then your body will reabsorb it because I've seen a lot what about lip injections to Haya Laurent ick asset apparently by yellow Roenick. I guess how people respond to lip. Injections totally depends on random stuff having to do with themselves reabsorb it like immediately yeah. No everybody metabolize blazes it differently anyway back to fashion blasting the fashion blaster looks like like five baby octopus and apparently they use it hard nuts. It looks like a green thresher yeah for your leg. I had a thing that was not this but it was sort of like this. That was just like such a pain to us. I never did that was supposed to reduce cellulite or whatever I don't think I got it for free and it was but it was like the same kind of concept. It was like like it was hard plastic but the nubs on it were soft so you could just kind of deadly rush. I was saying I I know from personal experience. This is not for me because I did it. Once accidentally with like a back massager tool right just was like Oh. My hip feels tight title. I'm just GONNA dig on this pressure point. No it makes a Bruce and then I realized that I probably what I really needed was probably a stretch approach. Yes stretching is good like even rushing is dry brushing improves. Circulation doesn't like leave you the battle of fashion blasting. Is that it it if you're doing it as in as directed you get these huge bruises and then I was talking with a bunch of my friends who are real deep into the self care here and a lot of them were doing lasting and they said that it made them after they started it made them feel sick like they have like a virus and then better they thought it was the toxins hawks ins that were being stored. Somehow I mean it just sweat the I think you're right to go in a sauna then something with got. There's so little that we know about what's actually happening that. It sounds to me a little rock music. I'M GONNA RUB. This thing is get bruises and then I'm going to like sweat sweat out. Whatever was in there and I believe in this. I'll say leaving a it feels like you probably get a little of the facts. If you think it's working it's GonNa work but I think the thing with stuff like this where you're you know actually possibly doing damage to like tendons and muscles and stuff like that well. I mean I there was there was a a period of time during our tenure eight Grantland during certain story that was working on where I was working so hard on it that I ended up having to go to the hospital because I couldn't move the right side of my body and apparently this was all just from an I had dislocated my right shoulder way. You know I mean it wasn't dislocated then but I had done it but like your muscles are never fully recover when you do that and if you're not getting enough rest and enough sleep and just generally taking care of yourself your muscles will start really complaining and so I had that and I was like I'm going to go do a really intense massage the size and it was the worst idea I came out like so in so much pain so I think like there's this tendency to be like oh I have a I have a problem album. I'm GONNA hit it. It's like a computer isn't working you like also maybe being hunched over computers for like a full decade probably nice anyone no. It wasn't the the skull horns or whatever just for your spine just talking about it. I'm just yeah. Move your body. I think a lot of these things are trying to provide a quick fix for something. That seems like it probably is a process yeah. I think also anything that says it's GonNa get rid of cellulite to me. Just Always Ping's the scam. Ahmadou cellulite is not something you need to feel bad about ourselves salves yeah. It's fine and also don't damage your fun. I said it's fine. It's Demi Levato just I posted a photo with all her late and she said it's sell you lit to start. Do It really quick buzzfeed had an article in two thousand seventeen where they at title is women say a popular new device to get rid of cellulite left them injured and it's people talking about fashion blasting testing gone wrong so if you do decide to fashion blast which we're not saying don't just like look into it. I make sure you're prepared and I want to say that I fully endorse foam rolling a thing that I don't understand how it works at all and it also works in some mysterious way involving your Fasha. I don't understand I think I thought foam rolling with something different than it is. I thought it's when you lie on the on the foam noodle it likes and that's all it is but it's like you. Give yourself a massage. It's like a a deep tissue massage but you give it to yourself to wiggle around didn't even know like a cat the best. It's like masturbating your whole body. He is Mary Kay Choi by marriage his new book permanent record. That's how she described it. I was like that's the best description yeah yeah. It is just like if you do it for long enough. It releases endorphins and there's just something about rolling around on the floor. That like does feel so. We're not against against all pseudoscience suggest. Just don't hurt yourself. Stick Yeah. If you're optimistic makes you feel good like by all means. Keep keep doing it. It just be be safe. Don't don't lose yourself so we wanted to talk about the Internet dust up of the week like not I mean obviously there's Zillion. Internet dust-ups every day but this is one that feels very specifically of certain a certain echelon of Internet that life that I feel like we all have favorite story of the year my favorite story of the year my favorite phenomenon being sarcastic. She is not into it. We have to talk about Matt and Caroline Cameron. At this long been a couple of weeks. We will caroline just just on a doc holliday earned that instead of Natalie nine John Care Not in care but we should just say that we're referring to Caroline Calloway Natalie beach and they're toxic friendships tip that exploded onto the cut going to play a video clip states you while we watch them explode there. It does sound like there should be a Goto like clip rail from a reality show or it's like you said this isn't the picture the movie which which is why. I think this was a smart move. It can picture the movie. I am ready to take a NAP look. I'm just saying if you're GONNA be trapped. Captain toxic friendships for a decade use it to maverick copy. I guess I can we do some background for who might not because I actually like the old near Lancaster didn't chassis were like the Carolina Cab Calloway story is GonNa come out and she the lady who had all the Jars I can't but I don't i. I am so well. I hadn't been following it forever but I had heard tell someone someone I follow an instagram had mentioned her a couple of months ago just in an offhand way and I clicked and then I was like this this doesn't interest me but it's the thing that did interest interest me was that she had so many followers but the content did not seem to warrant it and I was like it seems like people I know are following this woman. Why can't understand and then a couple of weeks ago? Someone was like Oh. I you know the there's going to be this big story on the cut Caroline Calloway so of course I just went to caroline calories page and went back in time to basically the beginning of time you find Natalie not on the part of the issue but Natalie was mentioned end like obviously you know the story broke but for a couple of maybe like two weeks or something before that caroline had been alluding to Natalie talking. Have you ever had a a friend of friendships that ended. Have you ever heard someone in Amsterdam away. I was like what does she need and it totally works on me. Built up this anticipation Asian for something that I knew logically didn't actually care about but I was so desperate for something. That was a low staff exciting me so Tussin I or the defense yeah yeah we're defending the Natalie and Caroline Saga on the grounds that it was like a breath of fresh air a horrible climate where it's very hot and everything is going to die. It was like hey remember remember the two thousand when you could just have like a long we'll housing remember like long reads as like grown-ups. CRONOS petty drama a lot like gladly or not our priorities orgies anymore me of waiting for a season finale of a show before you had the ability to record it and watch it whenever or binge what you you watched because it was like you have no choice but to wait. They made it a content event. I contents event but also didn't happen. You knew it was going join to happen but you didn't know. It wasn't one hundred percent. Maybe Natalie was going to back out not publish it. You didn't care what was in it. You just wanted to see if it was going to happen when Dan exactly sure we can't lower standard say also that I agree with emily that the the way that this type of content is like feminizing only published on women's interest sites. I totally against that most been reading. Peter Skins ends easy riders raging bulls and like every relationship between seventies directors is like a Carolina Natalie relationship they mall are like frenemies like jealous but also like close but Patty and always plotting about how to get back at people men do that to not a female behavior anyway yeah I thought Natalie was like very self aware about. Are you fucking. Kinky rain story with the perspective of somebody who was like I did some dumb shit in my early twenties my golly hyper so I forgot to explain explain what it was because I just. Let's long story short. There's an instagram influence or who became a scammer when she decided to have these like this workshop Caroline Caroline Caroline Calloway. She is like an upper middle class person. She's rich okay fine. She's rich. We've found out her parents or grandparents developed Sarasota pursuit of Florida who's like why does she have a real leopard skin coat and that was the answer yeah so she she became she and and it turns out that like a lot of her popularity was fabricated she bought followers and stuff but she's like a rich person who ended up making a friend at NYU and it was this really toxic friendship..
Extra's very bad week
"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Matt <hes> partly because of reporting that I have done extra is facing facing what why we call a very bad week first of all this had nothing to do with me. Mario Lopez all on his own gave an interview to conservative commentator Candice Owens in which he expressed some views about how parents should treat children who may or may not be transgender and that's story one and then there's a story about the fourteen year extra co host A._J.. Calloway who has finally parted ways with the show which He says dumb thing has to apologize. We get outraged and then move on the next day the more interesting stories the A._J.. Calloway story because this is an instance where someone who literally was arrested for sexual assault the case was later dropped and had multiple allegations against him over months and months and months finally finally has parted ways with the company and the question I have is a what took so long and be what was the final Straw so to speak that caused Ause Warner Brothers to act yes. We initially reported that sexual assault allegation that where he was arrested we reported it happened in two Last year in June two thousand eighteen that he with multiple rape allegations and women who had gone to the police in three different states <hes> at least one and probably probably two of those are still active. Those investigations warners had resisted doing anything initially. They wouldn't comment at all. This is the show they obviously produce the show they they wouldn't say anything then they said well. We have had no complaints about him on the job. When we published our story last June they suspended him shortly before we published published and said they were going to investigate <hes> further so that was when he was sort of this investigation began but they wouldn't really comment and tell us the results and finally the initial accuser had him arrested she started tweeting earlier this week <hes> at Johns Danke the head of Warner media saying well what is going on with this thing and that seems to have done it finally yes. It's telling that the Warner Brothers lawyer reached out to this accusers. Lawyer hours after she started tweeting at the C._E._O.. Of the company and Lo and behold there's a statement ready from Warner Brothers saying yes we parted ways with this guy guy so we don't know exactly when this happened but why did it take a year at least for this company to make this kind of a decision about about someone <hes> <hes> who they claim they were investigating in June of two thousand eighteen. Yeah I would just say the larger story here is on multiple stories that I have reported companies have known of allegations credible ones ones that we haven't yet gotten to publish and done nothing for months and months on end an only when it becomes public in an embarrassing. It doesn't really seem to come to any kind of conclusion and I have to say in this case. It got really had to get really embarrassing. <hes> thank you matt the Hugh. That's Melanie editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday
Warner Brothers, Assault And AJ Calloway discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"A former host on extra is parting ways with Warner brothers after he was accused of sexual assault and misconduct by a number of women AJ Calloway was accused of sexual assault in June twenty eighteen nothing happened until another accusation in December Warner brothers says it investigated claims Callaway in the company of agreed that he should go earlier this year Callaway was suspended pending the
Phils nab Vargas from Mets for Minor Leaguer
"Mickey Calloway on Jason Vargas following his win Sunday over the piracy is a leader you know he's out there. For every we pitch the game. He's a pro's pro and I'm glad he's on our team. oops not on the team any longer Brodie van wagon in shred them away the day after that comment uh-huh and was made Vargas into the Phillies for twenty six-year-old Catcher Awesome Bussard who sitting one ninety five in sixty three games at AA the season mets will end up saving two million dollars was on Vargas this winter
Franco hits go-ahead homer in Phillies win
"We'll start in philadelphia where wilmer font could not hold a five two lead in the sixth mike cal franco came through again with the go-ahead two run homer in the phillies beat the mets for the second night in a row seven to five micky calloway's club is now a season low six games under five hundred there's always a goal to get to five hundred then extend above that that's kind of been the mark that we haven't gotten to now we're below moammar that we haven't been been at we get we got a scrap and claw and never give up and try to get out of this i did have four more hits nazi just missed the two run homer in
Tigers beat Mets to snap losing streak
"City field, Mets lose to the Tigers nine eight is Detroit, but a hall to their nine game losing streak. Jacoby Jones go a two run double in the seventh after Aaron altera pinch hit Homer in the sixth is, I met set batted given the amazing of seven six later Mets manager. Mickey Callaway looked on as Noah. Syndergaard allowed six runs in ten hits while strike. Yeah. Nine over five in the third, as far as no know kind of going back and forth at times, you know, it's just we're battling consistency. Like you said, we got to be more consistent with that, you know, I think tonight he felt like his mechanics were a little off Calloway, courtesy of s NY Saturday at four ten Tigers Mets again in flushing, Nick Ramirez, and Jason Vargas are WJ Barnabus Mets game day at three o'clock Mets pre game with three thirty right here on WCBS
How Much Does This Cow Weigh?
"Golden was the kind of person who believes in experts, you know, people who had studied things people who knew stuff he figured they knew things that ordinary people just did not. I mean, of course, they did. Right, obviously elimidate golden goes to a country fair. This is about one hundred years ago in England. And there's this contest going on at the fair guests the way to the ox, Goldens, a scientist and statistician and he figures, hey, I can do an experiment here. Right. He's figures I'm going to take. Everyone's guesses take the average and compare that to the actual weight of the ox. We heard the story from James, sir, Wicky, he's an economics journalist. So he thought what you were gonna end up with was a really flawed guess because in his mind what you were doing was you were taking guesses of few smart people a few mediocre people. And then a lot of morons because he basically everywhere. Everywhere. So he figured the the the group's gas was going to be way way off the Mark the contest organizers gave golden the little slips of paper with everyone's guesses on them. He took them calculated. The average the average was eleven hundred ninety seven pounds and the ox the ox weighed eleven hundred and ninety eight pounds. So that in other words, the crowds judgment was essentially perfect one pound off one pound of this is super creepy. What's going on here? Is there? Some kind of like collective unconscious. Magic is like a ouija board or something. Right. But the idea that underlies this it is everywhere. The idea of the stock market, you know, thousands of random people buying and selling shares like when you hear that apple stock went up or the Dow plunged that's basically people guessing the weight of an ox, it's everywhere. Right. It's it's the price of oil. It's the price of orange juice all kinds of things that are really important to the world work exactly this way. But why should it work? Why should a bunch of random people a lot of whom have no idea what they're doing somehow magically produce an answer. That makes sense does this really work. And if it does why. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Jacob Goldstein. And I'm David Kessler inbound today on the show, Mr. golden, we redo your experiment. What's the Cas name, Penelope Penelope? Thanks for letting us. We you better. She's chewing one bound off come on. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from ZipRecruiter hiring used to be hard multiple job sites. Stacks of resumes. But today hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter, ZipRecruiter, sins your job to over a hundred of the web's leading job boards. Then ZipRecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash planet. Money. Now that my says has lost all its territory what happens to the people left behind. She chose to take. So that she should starting Syria on raw and what about their children? How it ends a new series on embedded. So we came up with a plan to repeat, Goldens experiment. Find a fair and a cow in a big scale to weigh cow. And then he grit in the grit, and then we were going to throw the question out to the crowd. Ask the world. How much does this cow way? We didn't want to just limit it to people at the fair. So we figured we'd take some pictures post them online and asked the whole world to guest. So we went out to county fair in Burlington county, New Jersey, we met Penelope the cow in the dairy tent. She was sitting on a bunch of. Hey juiston. Kuzmich was taking care of her. Can you just describe what she looks like? Yeah. She's mostly black. She has white legs. And she has a white spot in the middle of her head, but she big black cow. What did you say? So I said holy cow without even realizing saying she's much bigger. She just stood up. She's walking out of the barn now. And she's way bigger than I thought when she was sitting down. We took some pictures of you Jacob standing next to the cow for scale and just for finally decided to ask people at the fair how much they thought Penelope wait as it happen. It was kids days. So there are a lot of kids. Which was fine. You know, non-experts what's your name K? Look how much do you think? Now ways. Six pounds. How'd you come up with that number? 'cause I'm six years old. You guys want to guess how much this Calloway's sixty hundred pounds six thousand. Dear how much you weigh? Not at all. I'm sympathetic looking at L P. I had no idea how much she weighed. Like, I didn't even know how to think about it that way more than my car that you a less than my car. I don't even know how much my car was more than a cow. I wanna say more than a cow. We found an older group of kids and yet they also guest on the low side, but they had this bigger problem. This this really more worrying thing, and it was a problem that adults also seem to have. And it was this the first kid said a number, and then all the other kids said, basically, the same number numbers that were like too close to the I it's like they're incapable of guessing anything different. How old are you? I'm ten how much do you think that cow ways? He'll hundred pounds. My news Gabriella, I'm ten and I think the cow as three hundred pounds. My name is kid nine seven years old, and I think the cow weighs three hundred pounds. People are not that different from cows. We heard if we don't know something we look for a leader. Even if the leader, maybe doesn't know any kanobi finished chewing, and we took her over to be weighed. It's actually pretty unusual to one away cow and the scale they had of the fair was not for. What kind of scale is this? It's actually like a truck scales. What it's for same sauce scale use for big trucks and stuff, which we use it the way the tractors during the tractor pool for the work it'll work for a cow. Yup. Testing bam. You were obsessed paranoid. Arguably paranoid about keeping the result of this secret. You didn't want it to leak out? I guess Gan all of these people had gathered actually, can we can we clear commune seriously clear, everybody out except for just a minimum of people. Like, can we swear you? Okay. Just see everybody else. Everybody else over there. Here's sin walked Penelope up onto the scale. We watched this little digital display. Okay. It's one thousand three hundred and fifty five pounds. One thousand three hundred and fifty five pounds. We walked Penelope back to the dairy tent. And then we went home the next day. We posted photos online of the Cowan you may right. I was there to give some sense of perspective. We put you on the tractor scale. Yes. Hundred and sixty five pounds that much. That's how much I weigh then our colleague courtroom buoy here. Put it all up online guests the weight of this cow, and the ideal was our hope was that lots and lots of people would guess because the fundamental question here. The thing we're trying to figure out is if you have a bunch of random people making their best guests at something. Do you get close to you know, the truth? Do you get close to the right answer? So we put it up, and we waited for the results to come in. All right. It's been up for how long now two minutes comedy entries as fifteen inches reload. Reload. Here we go. Still fifteen still fifteen come on. Oh my God. That's all we're gonna get fifteen. We'll re tweet this.
Giants hold 12 picks in 2019 NFL Draft, including two in first round
"But as for the giants they now have the number five pick and the number seventeen pick in and another third round pick. So yes, they have two first round picks. Just like the raiders do. Well, the raiders have three first round picks this year. But those in the high twenty so already the giants have to hire picks than the raiders did when they traded away, Amari Cooper and Khalil Mack. So there is some positive. They have to picks in this draft. And this is a highly touted drought class defensively. So they can get their defense a bit. And as well draft a quarterback into an Haskins who seems like he's gonna ghost the second quarterback selected. It seems to me that collar Marie still going to be the first overall selection by the Arizona Cardinals as they are shopping. Josh rosen. It's not they have not announced yet they have not made that official, but there's just been confirmation from other sources that he is being shopped. So to me, I think Colin Murray is going to be going to the cardinals with the first overall pick. And with this trade the Browns are a serious contender. I mean, just look at this offense Baker Mayfield under center Nick chub behind him. And when cream hunt comes back probably from his suspension, which is probably like six games roughly he'll be back in the lineup. Oda Beckham on one side Jarvis land joined the other you'll LSU teammates Antonio Calloway in the slot. Davis. David Joko at tight end. That's a great lineup right there. That makes Baker Mayfield. Job so much easier. When you have that much talent at the receiver position anti-dam position as well as your running game being strong with with Nick Chubb, who is extremely underrated is one of those in my opinion, one on the top picks in the draft. I'm sorry top pigs fantasy football wise in the draft.
"calloway" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Then maybe I would I don't even know who else aren't even know who the other person is is the fact that I feel like there's like a bit of shame in her. She was embarrassed by this, and I feel like some there's a certain category of this kind of influence, or who would immediately cry bullying who had immediately cry. Like, how dare you do this to me? This is not someone who needs to be praised. But I'm saying it could have gone a lot worse. And usually does go a lot worse than this. But it is pretty wild that she was able to sell these tickets to an event that she didn't even have planned. This could Chiba piece that was also written by the girl who started the viral threat about her gait gate. Kaley. Donaldson is funny because you get to kind of the end, and she's kind of gone through a few of the things that she's done. And it says Carolina. No, Caroline Calloway is not the worst game on the internet. Plenty of people have been quick to tell me. They don't think she's a real scammer just an incompetent dolt who got in way over her head. But I'm not sure that option is much better all the warnings there. That's like it's like, she's an idiot. She behaved idiotic. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm neutral. No, I people who follow her are like are in deep. They've been following her for years. You know, you know, it's like any money. Yeah. I mean, obviously who would so stupid. Yeah. Really stupid. And whatever just look it up. It's also one of the things it's so visual to it's still looking at the way that she writes, these Instagram's stories and the way that she cancelled it and the way that she was proud of her salads. Mike good. Yeah. It's it is kind of funny. It's like it's verbal acrobatics. Like, she's fully falling over herself to be like. And I'm going to give you guys cucumbers. I'm gonna give you guys string means. I wanna give you it's like, I what is this remote was all framed around creativity workshop that she offers. No details. What is the true next up high who weekly medium time, medium time? I just am wondering do you think that tarragon is the who of herb like everyone knows that basil is a van because when you say basil, you know, what it tastes like, but I think they're gone is the who what do you think who are the other who's and them of fresh herb conform. Bella Thorne by a weird like weird Measham. I know I will say I just thought of the biggest who of herbs bay leaf. Because it's like what does it do if? Well, yeah. The the the iconic Kelly convoy everyone we've put in the bay leaf and it's like the bay leaves like put me in. And it's like the big league doesn't do anything every time. I think about Billy's Kelly Katembo because it's like I don't buy alias anymore. No. Because they don't do anything. Everyone knows. They don't do. And everyone's like, you gotta have a bay leaf. And it's like spy so some smug like chef asshole, we'll say like you don't like it with the bay leaf. And then you would you would notice if it if it weren't. I want. I'm going through just a list of popular herbs. You just top Popular or list of herbs. verbs verbs? This is such a subjective. I hate this shit. It's like a cultural. I think a lot of these are objecting. So we'll objective for us as Americans who consume a lot of like a cuisines that are prominent in America Game. tickets. Even like, yes. Please take with a grain of salt, not beautiful. Basil them dill or basil dill, though. Yeah. 'cause it's in cream cheese. Harris -ly them the but like very a very divisive. Then time of them though, for sure. As I'm going through this..
"calloway" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"I love high. So you guys are gonna finally talk about Caroline Calloway. You she got to be talked about. I think at this point, right? Who terrified as the immortal words of Golden Globe winner Gwen close, she'll won't be ignored Bobby and Lindsey anyway, seriously. You should talk about what all this happened. But if you're going to do it I recommend reading Kelly. Donaldson's piece for don't just read the BuzzFeed article it missed a lot. So that's my advice. Hope he talked about her on Friday. Let me buy so. Okay. Here's the deal. We've talked about this before Bobby cut it out because it was boring. Here's why it was boring. Right. Caroline callaway. Made the news this week because of a viral threat of tweets tweet by a hooligan. I forget her name. Can you please look it up? She was talking about she was taking screen shots of this girl. This girl is an Instagram influence or she does. She also want to be rich. She doesn't host on the grid. She only post stories, and she writes, he's like long captions. That's her thing. That's not what this is about. This is about this girl. She started saying that she was hosting this like creativity series in real life, you paid one hundred sixty dollars, which TIMMY, honest. I know it was like kill you Johnson. She was a tweeter. So I I will say interesting jewelers is not a little amount of money, but have you ever seen what people? Charge for day day long conferences that don't work. If you know that don't give you anything like people charge. A lot more not that. I don't think this thing was not thought through and not planned out not anything. Obviously this girl was in way over her head, and is usually like a scammer of that nature or just kind of like caught up in her own like ego flame. It was really funny because why it the way that it devolved devolved dissolved developed both divall was so so funny like she. She was like I'm coming to Boston. I'm coming to DC coming in New York. I'm doing this thing like sign up for this money. I'm putting like together packages like I ordered one hundred fifty Mason jars and then the Mason jars came and she was like what the fuck like I was like. The heaviest thing that you could. I mean, we've been buying merch for the show. And it's like if if what if we were like, let's by like days or something and like, sell that's an ideology thing because you got schlep it all over where you go. So she bought these heavy glass Mason jars she was like we're going to do we're gonna put flowers in our hair crown flowers. I don't know this Lawrence a Matt good colonels. And we're and I'm also going to make you salads. I I don't know why these were the specific things that you decide to give out or do. It's like there's so many things that you can like the Miami. But what about like special reading materials or like things that are easier for you to create? No, this is Mason jar flower crown. Off milk and south. So then it's happening is that she ends up. Hiring. Hiring did not HAMAs them all throwback to. You main problem is she started selling tickets in cities to she planned a tour without having any venues. So she sells out all of these places, but none of them have venues. And so it's like hundreds of people at each one scores of people at each one each with each paying one hundred and sixty five hundred seventy dollars, which is great which has a ton of money. Yeah. But she realized she doesn't have anyone put them, free and chills. It doesn't really know how to do this. So she hires these hires? She gets these unpaid women off of Instagram to help her which is funny. She's not he's not paying them. But I guess she ends up paying them. I mean, this whole thing just literally falls apart you decides no salads than than people complain. Oh, the salads are back the Mason jars she ends up bringing. But like, I guess the Mason jars she did have one successful conference in. It was like Mason jars like Wildflower seeds in them. They didn't have the flower. Crowns, they just put like a flower in their hair..
"calloway" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Dollars Calloway announced the purchase yesterday calling wolf skinny premium outdoor brand a robber fired up a gun while Robbie unleashed valley. Bank late yesterday. But nobody was hurt San Diego. Police say it happened at the US Bank branch on Frazee road. And at ten thirty this morning city councilman Chris Kate will host the fourth annual toys for tots pancake. Breakfasts at the Mira Mesa senior center their support sponsored by compassion international. Cloudy and sixty one degrees at Lindbergh field right now. High surf advisory is in effect and into your legendary charges running back Paolo Paolo, we'll get a total of fifteen thousand dollars from the NFL for the brain damage that left that's left him with dementia. According to the union Tribune AM seven sixty K FM, be talk and breaking news. You can change the world for a child and extreme poverty through compassion international. Just text child two eight three three nine. Three to find out. How? CBS news special report the flag at the White House. Now flying at half staff in memory of president George H W Bush, Mr Bush died in Houston way, Friday, correspondent Norah O. Donald see Bush's legacies include a political dynasty, son, George served, two terms as president some Jeb also ran for president. But lost the nomination to Donald Trump. Perhaps his life's greatest legacy is his marriage to Barbara the bushes were married for seventy three years longer than any other president and first lady in US history and historian Douglas Brinkley on Mr Bush's nineteen ninety two loss kept acting as if the markets would correct themselves that unemployment would fix it self and people were looking for some a leader a president that was feeling their pain, and the heartland and see more involved with issues pertaining to the UN and the end of the Cold War. Then he did with the bread and butter issues. Mr Bush was ninety four CBS news special report..
"calloway" Discussed on The Cross Walk with Dcn. Kevin Endres
"And now your host decon Kevin, right? Good afternoon student into the prospect of me host deacon, Kevin, get a pretty full show today. Gonna talk to three different guests today. Here we are in the month of October in the month of the rosary, and a lot of things going on relating to Mirian devotion, specifically the Marion conference come into the diocese of Gaylard on October twenty six th through the twenty eighth at Boyne mountain resort in Boyne falls Michigan. Again, that conference been going on for over twenty five years and just a fantastic conference, St. a conference kind of around the rosary and Our Lady and in devotion to her. And so one of the guests, one of the speakers for that as father Don Calloway in you'll remember, father, Don. This is actually his second time on. On the crosswalk. We interviewed him earlier this year because he was one of the features speakers for the absolute Catholic men's conference. Father Don as well known conference speaker of on divine mercy and the blessed Virgin Mary. He speaks passionately about these topics in his moving conversion story. He's also an author, a previous speaker again at the men's conference in a previous guest on this show in so father, Don welcome again to the crosswalk. Oh, thank you so much for having me good to be back. We're seeing. We're so excited that you haven't you back to northern Michigan again, tending the Marion conference on October twenty six, the twenty eighth and and you're going to be given a couple of talks at the conference one. You're not running back a witness to mercy, which believe is the title of your kind of your conversion story. And then another talk on the rosary, which is the spiritual sword of Our Lady. Maybe just give a little bit of a hint to the listener a look into what you know you talk about in those two talks. Yeah. Well. My first one. Yeah, that's the conversion story. So my life from being a bad guy to being very far away from the Lord and all my craziness going to jail and rehab, and all that and giving people a message of hope you know with that story..
Futures flat as trade worries linger; Apple event in focus
"And a little while ago things looking pretty good. But who thought that the NASDAQ will be leading the futures at zero. Yeah, not not so hot right now. Indeed, a text shares are helping put a little bit of again on NASDAQ futures right at this moment, although it's going to be bouncing around flat right now, we're up two points, even as SAP futures down one. Dow futures down eight this is a head of the apple markets in Asia fell to a fourteen month low amid concerns over the latest developments of the US China trade war and the persistent rise in crude oil prices complicated. Even further now by hurricane Florence's approach to the east coast European stocks opened higher after gains yesterday on Wall Street. The trade more has been worry for Wall Street and the industries most affected by it. Now. Trade associations, representing farmers retailers. And manufacturers are joining forces in a multi-million dollar campaign to oppose tariffs. The new group. American for free trade is joining farmers for. Free trade to highlight stories of businesses consumers and farmers in the heartland negatively affected by the duties campaign includes advertising with the tagline tariffs hurt the
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"calloway" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"calloway" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Culture all wrong for setting high standards of accountability it was what calloway said when he talked about how you know we play in new york city and there's a lot of pressure here essentially he said the pressure of new york city is not what it is in cleveland well then i guess you could say that the pressure of playing in new york city is not the same as it is playing in virtually every other market in major league baseball outside of perhaps boston maybe you could throw chicago when there the fact that calloway even went there with the stunning frightening comments i don't think enough has been made of this i know there've been some stories written in the post and on in the sports pages of newsday but i gotta tell you something i don't think enough has been made of this this is beyond scary this is beyond frightening this is a new york city manager who obviously doesn't understand the market and now is coming up with excuses by whining about the pressure of playing in new york city i guess it also means he's whining about the pressures of managing in new york city as well and if that doesn't tell you that the market is starting to eat mickey callaway alive already i don't know what what other further proof you may need i mean this is getting into jeff tour borg bud harrelson territory okay how long is it going to be and if you think that mets fans don't have this stuck in their cross specially the people that are going out to the ballpark and queens queens ballpark jackie robinson stadium that's right they call it city field if you think that mets fans are not remembering this these are comments in words that have been lodged in their heads when callaway goes out to take out a pitcher or calloway ever pops out of the dugout if you don't think there because calloway's already starting to be booed i don't know if you've seen this or heard this calloway's already starting to be booed and so i say this is getting at the tour border but harrelson territory how long is it going to be before he starts sending out his pitching coach dave i want to make pitching changes copying the the the model but harrelson copy when he started sending his pitching coach out to make pitching changes and admitted and acknowledged that he gets okay see you don't want to put up with the booze anymore callaway instead of impressing instead of learning and getting better in my estimation continues to shrink more in the moment calloway continues to get smaller and smaller and his inadequacies are becoming so obvious twenty one with half a brain this guy is trying to manage not only big league team in new york city but he's trying to manage and change the culture and doing a horrible job of doing it a major league team in america's biggest market while just seven or eight miles away at the ballpark in the bronx the yankees continue to do nothing but win and win and win and win and win and then through a wall the the gut punching losses that the mets of have suffered the season the eleven in one start which is completely totally been blown away the fact that the yankees continue to win the fact that the mets don't hit the fact that the mets have struggled to have any semblance of continuity and consistency in their pitching staff numbers three four and five in the rotation the fact that the mets bullpen is what kerosene and gasoline to the mound with them far too many times this season the fact that the mets continue to have one player after another go on the disabled list seemingly every day and then calloway on sunday after getting swept by the cubs says that the mets a lack focus be situational awareness and.
"calloway" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Topping the computer and what happened was the guy in transcribing it from the handwritten to the computer entering it into the computer goofed and he he transposed two lines and calloway said i i didn't check the computer one he said i didn't check the computer one today it's my fault and so we had two different ones two guys in the dugout we're looking at the computer printed one that's why they went out that way and he said i didn't notice the guy who was in i don't know who was in the batting's circle you know what i mean the circle i missed that he said i i was caught up in the game and i didn't look and by that time i still florida's go up i said jeeze he's not supposed to be better than it was too late right he said it's his fault galloway it's my fault he said i i didn't check it he said it won't happen again you didn't want to give the name of the guy who was he took it took the blunt in the blunt damage but it's just weird that that happens you know what is it the last time was nineteen seventy seven but the last time it happened in shea stadium was nineteen eighty eight one of his team if the same thing and i don't i thought they said was either i can't remember what the red or the cardinals i remember the coloring but the cardinals did it game in nineteen eighty eight shea stadium they said so the last time it happened to the majors i think they said it was twenty sixteen so and you know what are you gonna do we're human we'll make mistakes i guess next thing is well we'll take that away from human love computers do it eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six.
"calloway" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That the calloway calloway did anything wrong in that game last night i was at that game the browns whole demeanor his whole body language will shed he would done after that left batter it was six to one callaway had no reason to believe you two men on even with it being the national even with the fact that they've heard of in the past that a guy like seth google who's been totally dominant couldn't come in and get him out and there's no reason to rift it run pushing them too far at a hundred pitches one he looks done and i was at that game and he was done after that better picks one game terrific guys giving me a choice so having having to ground pitch to struck him out three times on the night or set lugo for one battery and i know good he's been i'll take the ground i'm sorry it was a disgusting effort but that's not on calloway everyone that bullpen spunk last night they weren't ready to pitch manage rats the part on it i guess or maybe it's on dave island i dunno everyone's going to you're going to spread the blame out around on this loss because a lot of people deserve it but i actually agree i thought that degrom will kinda done too i really didn't have a problem with them getting taken out and i thought okay using the bullpen wherever you're going to bring in lugo for a batter that you're going to bring in blevins to face harper and then you're gonna continue from there i actually was fine with that the problem was is that none of those guys did their job and then when you have rama's comment and he was not good even though he has been good this season he was not good.