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"champagne" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"You're listening to champagne sharks. I am be the star and co hosting along with me. You have t- and you have kenny guys. How you doing special guest today james jones. What's up james are. Y'all doing great. I'm excited i'm excited to. Oh we were talking onto the bit before the recording started. I wanna ask real quick actually but this is the show. I'm gonna let them libido. Watch a good question. The okay so Our guest today before we get into his full bio one part of his bio. That i just had to ask about.
Donny, You're Done
"And welcome to this podcast about politics race and culture from appeal t- perspective. I'm celebrating democracy. Okay you like from got you. I got you. I will be the steadier one of the introduction. Okay got you got you joining us from. Atlanta georgia is a noah tanya freelance journalist and host of the way with a noah podcast and. Welcome back to the show. Thank you for having me and joining us from the greater los angeles area of california is the charges. She's a journalist covering congress and the impact of public policy on diverse communities for the intercept bienvenida. Thanks so much for having me dude it ryan be many either way. You know. it's just you know. I understand that this is historic. Now i'm gonna take a breath because it ain't over okay. So anybody who's thinking like okay. Cool so what we do know. Is that joe. Biden is now the president-elect he will be the forty-six president of the united states right as of now Officially two hundred ninety electoral votes as of monday morning via the p. Kamala harris will be the first ever woman the first ever black person the first asian american vice president the first daughter of immigrants like up there and this is what she said in her victory speech on saturday night but while i may be the first woman in this office i will not be the last because every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities and to the children of our country regardless of your gender our country has sent you a clear message dream with ambition lead with conviction and see yourselves in a way that others may not simply because they've never seen it before but know that we will applaud you every step of the way so he was pennsylvania's twenty electoral votes that tip the electoral college on saturday and those who hoped and worked for the end of the trump era erupted. You saw there was like relieve who some exhaling the pressure on the chest kind of lifting just a little bit A lot of joy dancing cheering pots and pans bottles of champagne. Like were they just keeping them hidden until this moment it was definitely historic. This is what president elect biden's victory speech sounded like on saturday night from a parking lot in delaware all those who supported us. I'm proud of the campaign. We built ran. I'm proud of the coalition. We put together the broadest. Most diverse coalition in history democrats republicans independence progresses moderns conservatives on urban suburban rural gays straight transgender way latino asian native american mated especially those moves especially in this campaign. Was that its lowest ebb. The african american community stood up. Now let's go to the other side You know for years ago. There was an election that we accepted. I remember it was not really a surprise but we accepted we and i mean that journalists the greater public right That's not happening right now. I mean it is hard for trump to accept that he is the first president. Since george h w bush in one thousand nine hundred two to not win a second term that stings. Trump has refused to concede not really surprising. And we're gonna talk about that and the end of trump isn't the end of fighting against trumpism fighting against white supremacy systemic racism for us as journalists. We always know that there's also for us. The holding another administration accountable. So we're holding biden and harris accountable standby before we get into all of that list to a quick temperature check. So it's been quite a week quite a year quite four years how you doing personally. An noah in atlanta like the place. The shit it's happening in atlanta. How's your temperature. Check how you feeling. Thanks for asking. I think things are pretty cool here in atlanta right now. People are moving on multiple fronts. Not only do we have the big. You know really great shift. That folks saw this past week as votes are still restore coming in through friday With georgia flipping blue as so many folks. I've worked very hard notably stacey abors but you also have the amazing work of organizations like mayhem say asian americans advancing justice new georgia project. That have really been bringing more voters expanding the electorate and i think that collective organizing the to your is sometimes overshadow We did see a lot of amazing advancement with stacey. Abrams twenty eighteen campaign. But this is work. There folks been putting in motion at least for the past ten years when the state was i lost on the state level During the two thousand ten gubernatorial race like this is workforce have been building for some time. We also have an opportunity to flip a public service commission seat so we have the two senate seats that everyone's raving about and really focused on but we also on the state side have a public service commission. Seat is going into a runoff. Unfortunately it's going into a runoff on december first so less than a month. Away so organizers year the party other folks are scrambling to wine jet turn out for this december first state election and then we still have the january fifth Offers us tennessee. So there is a lot moving here and it's not just a lanta the entire state that is really engaging in moving.
And the Winner is ...Democracy
"So we are recording best the friday after the election so things haven't been called yet but we're pretty sure we're gonna know how this racist cali and it is going to lead to as heavy the first woman vice president and that will be a black related a woman and i have with the day here to talk about it to me. A wilson who is everything google her. I mean you're all going to hear about her in the intro that juliet. Thank you for joining me. How are you feeling. Because i got all the feelings. My champagne is a fridge chillan. I can't wait. I can't wait. I am elated. I think the only thing that is really holding me back. Like i'd always imagine that i'd be dancing in the streets when we got this news like i really are liberation celebration. I feel like. I need my liberation celebration. So my only sadness is about covid. Nineteen limiting the level of hype and party that this moment deserves. I'm so excited. I'm so excited to see. Kamala harris make history ads for women for black women for women of color for indian women and also just to have competent. Who have a heart in a people house and take our country back so important for me just throughout the campaign when vice hers bided president elect biden was just talking to people. This is just so refreshing and during that obeys where he walked right into the camera and spoke to people. I knew i had missed that by didn't know how no no now how much i have missed that. And i'm just looking forward to waking up every morning and not having to worry about what foolishness is donald trump going to do today. I'm just so excited. So i wearing my stacey. Abrams shirt today because she is the. Mvp and georgia everything that she has done. And i do wanna talk about the voters but first we gotta talk about how the fifty three percent as now fifty. Five percent the karens really care and in a extended their care majority like fifty five percent of white women voted for donald trump. This is not surprise. The not surprise at all that this is where we are so would love to hear from you when you saw the fifty five percent or you shot. What's going through your mind. I'm so sad that i expected this and i spent a lot of time. Kind of feeling level of guilt around expecting this and becoming numb to that level of betrayal that we as loan of color no expect and have experience again and again and just understanding that patriarchy is drug and white supremacy as a drug and so it's been rough to really think about how complicit the majority of white women are and their accomplices to this kind of terror their accomplices to having a lack of empathy for other marginalized people and not really seeing themselves in the reality of being marginalized people even despite what's happening on the supreme court even despite having multiple sexual predators on the supreme court and one in the white house so for me. It's it's really hard. I wrote a piece in twenty seventeen and the headline for it was. It's complicated. White women white men and white supremacy. And i have thought about it a lot and thought about this history from the plantations to now of the covenant Around how white supremacist. Patriarchy really needs. White women to continue to have it fueled. And that's the thing that i think. I have a lot of grief about that There despite them enduring all of the same kinds of misogynistic a reality Face around the world obviously with their privilege as a part of got They're still the idea that rejecting white supremacy is going to push them away from the privileges and power that they do have and it's easier to accept that to maintain what positioning they have over us. Who are not covered by. That are not protected by that. And so it's a little bit me. When i think about people who've defied bisque over fifty percent of people like heather hair or viola liu so those women were made martyrs that they dared to defy the white patriarchy in paid the price with their lives. So it's something. I think about quite a bit because i I have a sense of understanding. About how conditioning led to that and that by no means means that. I'm keeping for anyone but to say that they also really need to recognize that. That white supremacy patriarchy depends on them to go forth. And even richard spencer and the charlottesville the the language that they used around the invitation to charlottesville had language in it calling on white women. They recognized that. We need you to continue to serve your role for us to prosper. And for me as a black woman i think black men in a different power dynamic of a world where to do that i was stopped that right there because i'd be subordinate in it. But the fact that women are saying. I'll take those crumbs an order to still be over these other people. That's the part. That's still sits really painfully with me. In that we need white women to change it that this is not our job to facts but white women really need to come even harder for. There's
President-Elect Biden and VP-Elect Kamala Harris Address the Nation
"People this nation has spoken may have taken four days, but Mr Biden savored his victory and called it a victory for we, the people. By the trust and confidence you've placed in me. I plan to be a president, who not to divide but unified state only unite President elect was nearly upstaged by his running mate Kamala Harris, who will be the first woman in the first person of color to hold the office of Vice president. She reflected on her mother's immigrants, journey and all the women who she said paved the way for her tonight I reflect on their struggle. Their determination and the strength of their vision. To see what can be unburdened by what has been And I stand on their shoulders. Supporters packed the parking lot outside the Chase Center for the speeches and fireworks, some sipping champagne, others with Children in tow, all ecstatic to be sending the first Delawareans to the White House. The like original Daniel aware of the challenge ahead. I thought it was amazing sight to see. But it's the first step in a long long Jarvis in
Biden Presidential Win Celebrations Erupt in New York City, Boston
"Driver stopping to get out and celebrate in the streets. Neighbors ran out of their homes in Manhattan. Assembling it into an unplanned street party in Louisville, Kentucky. People gathered on their lawns toasting with champagne. Ah woman driving by laid on her card horn, pumping her fist out the window in Harlem. Here in Boston, people celebrated at what began at a count every vote rally in Copley Square, but turned into an impromptu celebration after the news broke that Biden had secured the victory. Of course, those gatherings are
Crowds gather in streets of Philadelphia after Joe Biden elected president
"Yeah, J. I've been out here outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center at 12th and Arch, and there were several 100 people, uh, binding supporters out here. And then all of a sudden, um other supporters were coming up our street. Hundreds and hundreds there Well over 1000 people here now, But I was asking there was a steady stream of like where you come from. They're like they were over at independents model, So they've been marching around the city and they heard the music and they came on by this way. So wait have a massive celebration here outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center 12 Denard streets. There are just a few, uh, in comparison of Trump supporters here, they're being kept behind barriers and The police are keeping a watchful eye on things, J Just one more thing, John. Just so I keep asking this question in terms of I'm not sure if there is any social distancing, but how many master you seeing out there? I would say the majority of people are social did well, they can't really social distance but they are wearing masks. I mean, these people are on top of one another. You know, you're not 6 ft apart, but a couple blocks away. You see, like families and people walking dogs and just kind of looking to the direction of where all the people are. Just saying we're not going in there, but they want to be here to Alise E this celebration for themselves and people in the middle of the celebration. You know the throwing confetti. One woman just took a little while goes to the bottle of champagne up and douse the crowd with it. So there it's the seven of celebratory. Moved here on DH again. Ah lot of police keeping a watchful eye on things but social distancing not so much mask wearing almost off.
"champagne" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Much either. Assent or a protean railway confused. When i came across this guy's in graduate school pursuing a phd. But i don't agree with them and they they literally could not comprehend why i disagree with them so they would just say like oh he must be working for feminist or he's trying to get incident media he's trying to appease people to get academic job they were literate green all these theories and try to rationale why i disagree. I post them. The single moms stuff lake. They blame single moms for somehow. I'm sure there's someone actually who has blamed on single mothers. Jfk getting shot. He doesn't general honestly when it comes to single mothers society. Does that general. But these guys been single mothers. For i mean i think m- pat moynihan would have struggled to come up with a lot of the stuff they've managed. They loved the money report. Yeah but i suppose they don't hate it for being tame just like conservatives do when they cite dimona harry talk black path allergy. They do the same thing but they only focus on moynihan's comments on black women being over educated over employed in quantum black community. A make a major stroke down. Ignore the other stuff so people do that when it comes to the money here report where seeing something real quick five minute shouted out at a hand not too long ago together. So that would've shocked on that. And i was like. Wow okay yes. So that's the end. The part one come back next episode for part two. We hope you enjoy this and we hope you enjoyed the next party. Even more take care..
"champagne" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"That were squashing all the revolutions and like you know the good thing. This is one thing. I will say about those bills. They stick to themselves because they know is crazy as shit. They say they know that they brought this shit out into real life. They get to ask thanksgiving dinners like what the people don't. There's no way that have family talk like this. He identities entities. Hit any guys. I have no idea how to look like notre names people into space who have never seen one another before they build their identities. So he's crazy stuff that i've found single. Spn blames single mothers and black women for black on black crime. Because i point to be honest not just as everyone. I give you an idea. The idea is that There's one quote how many black men would be doctors lawyers engineers if not for black women making them be thugs to get laid so responsible for back on crime and the idea is that they don't wanna be thugs right but are like you need to hear doug or you get laid. So he's a damn ready to go. I was rated invent a vaccine. But i gotta go shoot puking ray ray if i wanna get laid aso near finish no i was just gonna say is do. These people actually live in black communities this epilogue. They don't know any black people to say things like that question. The first question is some do some. Don't some of the people who complain about lack of but most don't live like among white people. Now ashley complain about it. They go back to the crime. Peace talks pointing. The master and lesbian is idea that The majority of black men are prison because of black women. In the that black a black crime is facilitated by black men tried to impress black. Women factor is one conqueror. Names animals cluj. Who argue that in cities with a low segregation index like seattle portland. Not black on. Black crime is low because black men have more assets to generally interact with non black women totally ignoring that. They'll city are not as segregated so of course crimes little more like interracial also murtha swirling and he's lying for you to name all the cities i start to see your head but yeah i was is rationale about how many content creators are there. Would you say some people flow in elizabeth's but if you had to guess i would say i would say the best one hundred two hundred. Maybe are two hundred but i will say one hundred hundred would be a good guess. Which channels the go-to to keep track of the most stuff. Because i figure you can't follow all one hundred so you have to a small fraction that you feel generate the most crazy stuff like what if somebody goes on the rabbo hole. Why would be. They a couple of people to start work. Because i was. I couldn't figure it out. So some tinkerers have or content so two major contact raiders of three main it three big mammals. Fear people is a one person angry man o shea do jackson and me obsidian ali now to follow motu jackson. He does most pop culture now. He doesn't really handles panels. We used to a whole lot of people now. There are people who have small followings but does generate a lot of craziness over meal mir pronounce his name break of. he's very popular 'cause he promotes pump and dump. So he's like thirty one year old guy who advocates just sleep with women and just stop just cut him off well into your forties and fifties sometime. Wonder what's going to happen in the future. But as a former pimp for foreign military former star was revealed by recently itself just came told him so he said he was in but can't really elaborate a semi found deals like some amateur pornography. Yes all it was Bernard riley's another guy he's not. He's not like fringe himself. Just as kind of get wacky and you'll get introduced to a lot of maintenance fear individuals like that. The best person is bad but strike for funny guys for real. I mean one really believes everything. He is so thirsty for why why women. I've never seen anything like it before. I mean He's he's in the matrix like really hard. You know a scary though. I think these algorithms. 'cause i remember when you to kinda i got poppit and i kinda thought i saw tun of videos just back and forth just hating black women i think at the time was tommy. Sotomayor was like one of the big ones. And i saw an over and over again. I see these videos than the hip hop message boards and actually people sharing arguing and debating. An honestly i was eighteen. Nineteen it made me feel me feel really bad. Like bad about myself. Legitimately thought black men felt this way. 'cause i had never seen a conversation like that so added to so maybe hours live in a bubble in you know. I was oblivious and naive. Here's the real world this is. This is way bigger than just my neighborhood. So maybe this is what black men relief think. And i think that's dangerous mixture one to two if that's how divestitures stuff got born. What if some young girls you know who are on the internet. All day themselves Stumbled on this. And then they're like no fuck these dues on youtube. It's kind of inevitable gonna count especially black youtube. You're pretty much gonna cowardice guys. Because one thing they do they gravitate to a lot of different content creators who are mantle sphere individuals in you'll be relied chats and sometimes they might appear on their show they might invite them to their show if that one guy can samuels yes. He kind of blew up recently from the black mantle sphere. He doesn't do it as much now. But originally a lotta his mods fear individuals and sometimes you get shutout sort of at a tag. I've found that guy sent it to ken. I was very surprised that is follower. Count like he was. We change the content. That's why he's more like mayes with fingers in cologne. He was in fear but he didn't really do manage. Fear content like that is more fragrance and cologne any change into more like dating adviser. He has blown up sense. Yeah he's still use a lot of red pill talking points at a show to is. He gets back woman to call up. I'm i'm worried he's women's objecting. He's abusive to the people. That paul and then be a black woman keep calling for advising he just calls him old washed up and whatever and he he seems to have a female following on one. Yes yes oh. I love a good comment on one of my channel said someone who wanted to call trying to change the minds of some to male listeners. Black are like this Very few people are trying to get like legitimate life advice. Now say some two callers are like down a log at a low point. life is kinda pretty obvious. It's an interesting shows using call but so so do you think they can get up on kind of sadomasochistic aspect of it. Because i've seen that with some people's callers some people's call it a scene to like almost like the way people like any by don rickles at a show like some people seem to enjoy like having their face rubbed in the dirt. I think some people call challenge meals here love the show because they usually take cliff from that and use that as content to try to argue with all black women are like this black woman delusional this white the etc man. There's there's i've written some other funny things Actually we i'll let you. I'll let you guys ask something. 'cause i wanna find a particular quote a video that aaron so so do these guys ever like have maybe battled out with divestitures investors. What is that look like..
"champagne" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Women supposedly don't have data and options in like you know what's funny. I watched an o'shea duke jackson won and he called out donovan sharper having opinions on a black community and he was like if you don't data black woman. You shouldn't have the right to have an opinion about about that and then i was like. Oh wow so. He's he's pretty so he's pretty pro black but found that s why. Espn guys and people like mad. Bus driver and those people and this do get so happy anytime. A white woman likes a black man that even porn whereas like scripted. It's not even thirty. Matt real stuff like you know like these porn videos and i think the videos are meant to be a white woman talking about how much she likes black man and how willing to go extinct. And they have small penises. A black man okay. This is a promotion for something. This is not a real woman. canley Talking this is like some kind of like fetish video and this guy mad bus driver he will like do. Live commentary giddy over this clearly staged Fantasy fantasy radio but somehow these different groups. Sye spm People like do. Jackson seemed to be to some degree. pro black. I can't fully grasp mail that is pro blackmail back pro black. Well well he seems kinda pro black relationships at least like even if up front. Yes yeah. Somebody's panels together and in some ways. I kind of admire but in other ways. I think that's rather they're beefs come from because they really are not similar to pretend sometimes price wise vm. That's like when my favorite grocer right about is like nonstop comedy. They worship way women from the ones that i've seen anyways so i an ashley originated before blackmail sphere so as cradling in two thousand twelve or dot. The oh we should say what it stands for by the way for people who don't so for save yourself black man or grew pretty promote interracial dating as saving oneself and demonize is black women so it's founded by name man. Buster are guy to worse like helmet for privacy reasons. Okay you're wondering so he. Yeah yeah he originally started to. He was a bus driver and his original content with literally about what he saw. He would driving kids on the bus and his perspective. He said well to non black kids had to parents also in the active properly but the black is single. Payer's how hold a single mother. They act kinda radically and later on eventually would start. Adopting s why. Spm mantra is. It's not a big group but it has been embraced by large segments of the black man was fear but to me is one of the most incoherent groups. I've come across. Because like i said they don't. They don't ordeal black women but they still talk about them. Their argument is that well. We still have to deal like bad customer service and other public black women for everything. I saw video where they blame them for. The i'd say. I think it was in your videos. They blamed for the civil war. Roller one or your area in real. It says she was created in nineteen forty two. Please women all the way out with black women of the president. He also attack yes. Harriet tubman thing. They were like the real abolitionists white women you know they find some praise white women but you know what i find to be. The most fascinating about them is they seem to be able to blame everybody else if everybody but then it's like it's black women is the sense. Is the cookies raise. It's the it's like always feign where there's no self awareness at all in fact is like you don't even have to have any because nothing's your fault is all about these horrible black women even though was it to me is comedy as realize the most hateful stuff. I have ever come across following this group because they go and live streams thousands of views. And just say things like well you know. Sex with a black woman is equivalent to practice. And i saw that you know black woman. Private parts look dirty unless they're like skinner by racial. I saw one where they talked about. Eugenics there was the brush. They don't talk about how you know. The i q jeans pass primarily through the mother not the father. So if you want to raise. The i q woman. But i'm not kind of your own jeans like yourself. Like argies matter because we're men but the women. That's i q jeans pass bright and you don't want those pooping ray ray. Iq jeans this crazy. White nationalist style eugene about their own race yeah is this is really internalize racism. Even though they will argue against at. Madd it'll be. It'll have any special bodies guys they just come from six verdes come from impoverished backgrounds. And they just kind of blame. Black women four does conditions in even even guys are married. And they still talk about black jerry. Barracuda's i'm pretty sure wiser. No better 'cause. Sometimes their wife knows about their activities and support. I actually find that interesting because my my baby brother is fifteen. He doesn't listen. So i'm not worried about getting mad about this but he has a friend who is black. Who is a republican. The are the same age. He's being raised by his white grandparents. He's half black. Half white being raised by his white grandparents by baby brother was saying how he basically has all conservative. views he he even like his blatantly. Said like you'll black women Whenever they talk about like celebrities are women have crushes on. He's like if you say he's. When i was beyond say yana he will say but his girlfriend is like this overweight white trash white curl he has all this hate for black women how they look their skin is too dark other thing and i think a lot has to do with the fact that his mother is you know a drug addict and she and he's being raised by his white grandparents feeding some of that bullshit into our you know the thing is A lot of these dudes because a lot of these from abject poverty yes and an hour spookier nothing or political. But you know when you're in the system as black people in this country the system beat show as down into the ground. Who'll no you know. It's something that i remember. Joy to grew dr joy the route talked about. She said talking about black people that coming out of slavery never got any therapy. Then you go through jim crow. Never got any therapy and you go to all these different things. There's no therapy. So when you don't receive therapy who knows was gonna come out of your mouth which our actions are gonna be. And i think for these dudes and that's part of it because they come from abject poverty they come from dysfunctional backgrounds dysfunctional homes. I've never heard these ever talked about having any type of male figure in their lives whether it's their father. Where a coach whether it was a teacher like it's almost as if they grew up. Bad thing happened to them when they were younger. Bad thing happened to him when they're middle school bad.
Trader Joes Platinum Reserve Pinot Noir 2019 Revew
"And the stem from cheap wine bar, again. And again, I was always another one. And shouldn't drop your flute. And this one is a Trader Joe's Platinum a reserve Pinot Noir from Santa Rita Hills 2019 Lot 19 sales and Trader Joe's simply pushing the Platinum Reserve wines lately and it's kind of like it off. Our fearless Flyers says that they are equal to wines at twice the price and Beyond and the price range for these things have been fourteen ninety-nine. I think in the past they've been up and down but because I had Okawville Napa Cabernet Sauvignon, that was really nice and the house speaks Hillsong. So your game in its your seem to be getting a wine that you don't normally find for 1499. In a wine shop or in a civil Market 1499 for one isn't you know anything unusual but a Trader Joe's were you know, that's you know, everything is 999 or less for the most part. Yeah. And they do such a good you know, you get a Russian River Pinot Noir or Chardonnay for ten bucks, you know making you jump up another five bucks wage, you know, they have to give you incentive. Something that you probably can't get elsewhere and that's what this kind of is. It's a little Santa Rita Hills is in Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara is hundred miles north of Los Angeles. It's in you know, it's you can be under degrees in Los Angeles in the summer time. But the part where the The Vineyards are jets out. I could strangle kind of into the ocean. So there is water to the north of South in the west. So the cool breezes make this area from for the most part off in many cases cooler than Northern California all the grooming regions up there. And this is Santa Rita Hills. The hills are black the cold air. So it keeps it's a great place and plus the the soil is just so fascinated estimated shock, which is kind of like what you get in Champagne region. So, it's Catholic it's correct. At the school European stuff so oil it's got this cold long cool growing region. It's a great place to be in the wire and off a senator. I don't know if you you're up on all the trendy wines which see smoke which is like, you know, you gotta get a list against you smoke that's from Santa Rita Hills, you know, it's not that big a reason the page where that came from where within a couple of Miles rather grateful. This one came from, you know, the a custom line producer made it for Trader Joe's it's not like this is probably off its, you know, it's a really expensive wine that was left over. They got it. Someone bought grapes and made this wind but it's from a really good pinot noir growing region, but it's 4 a.m. To or alcohol which is a little stiff for Pinot Noir. So we're going to have more body. If you're in the class of Pinot Noir, you know, you might not be all that crazy about it. But if you're don't mind a glass of yummy every so often in this might be your boss know. It's not that much that there has been no hassle Petite Sirah added to it a couple other things but not that there's anything wrong with that. This one's got somebody to it. It's got a little bit of dead. It's a little heavier in the pallet put still continue are not class have been an alarm but it still tastes great. I don't think it slipped because I'm talking about I got glasses. I had I've got no self-control. It feels good on your palate. It's got its got the flavors. It's got some like little sharper image biases and Scott Scott Tana. The channels are sweet, but they're they're yeah, I'm really inexpensive wine nowadays tannins are kind of missing in action. They take them out you know it off. Easier to Angel I'm at this is 2019. If you got you don't deal with the channel until they reduce them as much as they can but here they're there but they don't buy it or they don't do anything other than just let you know. They're they're home. It's kind of nice to see you know, yeah, it's five bucks more than their typical lies. And yeah, it's not classic. You know, it's a little heavier. It's a little more a little little little more vulgar on your pal, but it's not over the top taste great interesting mean. How often do you get a Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir 2019 little young. There are some $50 119 is out there, but they usually a little bit older. So what happened to get on Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir for 1499 that's interesting. And this one's got interested got personality the classic no taste good. Yeah off. And so there we are.
"champagne" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"But we're talking about specific moment a specific scene you know in in the same people who try to bring up this band death, which was around at the time but the narrative that they created punk rock and everybody appropriated from them also I, think just by looking at a time now you can just easily. Prove that, and then the third trend I found was people from the UK i. didn't realize how many people in America too. But especially in the UK. Invented punk. Like actually believe that's the history, and so they were saying look at a stupid yanked trying to. Americanize punk. Americans ruin everything they even like ruined punk and I. It's interesting but I was surprised how many people still believe I felt like you had to be a real kind of square to still believe that the UK eighties were square but you know. Someone who's not very versed in Punk to think that the you gave created it but these are people who like punk icons pumped up and down there accounts and they're saying that this proves you know if you think New York invented punk unwanted I'm actually told me that let's be very, very clear that New York definitely did invent punk. You know, I think that that's like non revisionist would look at it I think. So yeah now. You know I don't think like who invented what like in terms of New Yorker the UK like matters all that much but Yeah I mean I I tend to agree with with what both of you guys have said like what Stephen was saying and it's you know it's funny like we're talking about like people that are you know in the generation below Stephen I and I think we're in the generation below you trevor Stephen and I were when we were you know fourteen fifteen, sixteen, seventeen years old like we were those you know like those kids like looking to like the past unlike in Lake To the reason ish passed to find like Shit. That was cool. You know It's kind of funny like the. Especially, with like you know some of the like the ramones like I I we grew up listening to the ramones in that music was old then and the ramones were like looking back to what they thought was like more pure rock and roll like they were wearing motorcycle jackets. Like cool like greasier stuff and like rock and roll high school that means. hearkens to though Greece. Aesthetic. Absolutely and it's like a yeah, like you know it's it's sort of like American Graffiti that movie came out in like the seventy s and that was like a stalled flick. It was like a counterculture nostalgia flick about the fifties in like the ramones weren't doing that same exact thing. But like a lot of those lines like you know I love their music and I don't think necessarily at all that like certainly not like the ramones we're like politically reactionary, but like it is. In some way. Reactionary about that angry type of looking to the past I mean, have you guys seen Rock Roll Highschool in the movie? Yes? Yeah. Yeah. I mean that's not too long after Greece and I really feel in the same cultural vein, the both tapping into something similar share. I think another thing about New York to back then is that nowadays even if you came. From relatively middle-class background, you still couldn't do the type of life that those people were doing back. Then because like you said, the real estate was cheap but So even though the gaping middle-class background, some of them might have been like temporarily disowned whatever you can not work a lot of the time. We're just pick up a few shifts at some CD. And just rehearse and. And due to seen all day like when you..
New GDP Numbers Won't Be Enough To Repair All Economic Damage
"We the are expecting news this morning that the US economy grew at a record pace during the last three months not many people are popping champagne corks though this is because the economy also shrank at a record pace in the three months before that, even the strong rebound in July August September is not enough to repair the damage done by the pandemic earlier this spring, we have NPR's Scott horsely with morning Scott Good Morning David. So what is this morning's report going to tell us about how the economy's doing? It's a snapshot of an economy that has balanced partway back from the depths of the pandemic recession. We know that unemployment's dropped is now just below eight percent and while that's still more than twice as high as it was before the pandemic, it's a lot better than a lot of people for were expecting the we're gonNA see by this time of the year we don't yet know exactly what the Commerce Department will say about GDP, but we do expect it to show a record level of growth in the most recent quarter. And the president has already touting that at campaign rallies as evidence of what he calls a v-shaped recovery having a super V it's called nobody even thought we are doing numbers and where do you see that number? GDP I don't know what it is. The Fed said it may be a thirty five percent increase in GDP in fact, the forecast from Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is even better than that they're projecting annualized GDP growth of about thirty seven percent. But a caveat David that headline number is kind of exaggerated. Explain to me why we think that that's an exaggeration. Will the government routinely reports these quarterly shifts GDP as if they were sustained for a full year which makes both the downturn in the spring and the rebound in the summer look bigger than they were and they were. Plenty big to start with in the spring. For example, the Commerce Department said the economy shrank at an annualized rate of about thirty one percent. What that means is if the slide had gone on for a whole year, we would've wound up with an economy thirty, one percent smaller. But of course, it didn't go on for a full year the downturn was really Sharp, but it only lasted a couple of months and likewise the growth spurt we saw this summer is not likely to be maintained Narain vish WHO's chief economist at IHS market says a lot of the growth was actually front loaded in the early part of the year and the result and was the result of a lot of pent up demand when businesses reopened. If you pull back on a rubber band and like Oh, it's going to snap back but then it Kinda goes limp act. Certainly, the fourth quarter and maybe early next year will be pretty weak growth and that's especially true as the corona virus rears its head again and we've seen a sharp selloff in anticipation of that in the stock market. This week of the Dow dropped more than nine hundred points just yesterday.
Is the pandemic an opportunity for more personalized learning?
"Every Monday. This fall, we've been taking a look at how schools are using technology during the pandemic for some. It's an opportunity to make changes to teaching and learning that have been in the works for a long time specifically personalized learning the idea that kids all learn at different paces and in different ways, and that curriculums can be tailored to a child's learning style these days that's using artificial intelligence to monitor their progress and modify lessons on the Fly Sheldon H. Jacobsen is a professor of computer science at the University of Illinois at her body champagne he says, it's a good time for. An experiment but we don't know for sure if it works what students are doing is is they are given an individualized curriculum and by having that individualized curriculum based on how they learn the level that they're at as well as how they will progress. It enables the students to work at their own pace advancing with the appropriate feedback that they're in a situation that they're maximizing the retention of knowledge and learning. So this is a great idea in many ways and covert nineteen is accelerate needed and making it possible. This is an idea that in fact has its time in the tournament now. We've talked think for years decades about attempting to personalize education and it sort of seems like one of those problems that doesn't scale easily it's hard for one teacher to manage an individualized curriculum for twenty eight students. How do these programs make it scalable? Well, what they use our expert systems artificial intelligence to understand where the student is in the process by moving them forward. In this process, it enables them to, in fact, keep at a pace that is commensurate with their retention of the information. So a teacher now has in some sense manage multiple students simultaneously, but the software, the artificial intelligence, the algorithms help facilitate that. So it's a much more smooth delivery. Are there disadvantages. We're also putting a lot of faith in in Ai to track progress, which you know can have its downsides. I would imagine. One of the big downsides I see it is that when you look at the fact that in a more traditional education setting all the students are basically in front of an instructor, a teacher and listening and their all absorbing in their own way. But from a very single point of view, now it's going to be individualized. One of the disadvantages I see it his epitaph, these students who are given in some sense, the education product in their own. individualize way they may, in fact, not be able to adapt when after they've graduated and have jobs since they've been in some sense given an optimal learning process, they may not be able to adapt other processes as easily and that the it's not clear how that's going to impact their their life learning process because education is all about learning how to learn for the rest of your life. And then what is the uptake look like for schools who have struggled to implement in some cases even zoom well, one of the big questions of course has connectivity because if the students are remote, do they have the necessary bandwidth connectivity to be able to engage in this kind of program? What we don't want to do is use programs like this so that the students who are already doing well do even better which is good but we'd want the gap in some sense to close and it's not clear if the individualized personalized education process will close the gap or simply move everybody forward. That itself is good but the difficulty is, can we close that gap and and I'm not sure we know yet been talking about the achievement gap and the technology will help move everybody forward but it's not clear if it will actually close the gap of education and accomplishment. That's what we're really trying to do here. Bring everybody up. Up to hopefully a much higher level. In some ways it seems like education has been pretty frozen and covid nineteen is is pushing district's teachers and students and parents in all kinds of directions. In some ways, there's a part of me that things maybe this is not such a great time to experiment and yet it also could be wet and I just wonder where you fall in like what should what should we be taking advantage right now? We'll crisis an opportunity and unfortunately quite often the opportunities present themselves. When we are under a crisis under strain and covid nineteen eighteen is creating that situation for us. The question is, would what would have been the impetus to do this massive change in educational thinking without a crisis like Cova nineteen and quite often people get comfortable in the way they do things I like to say that education changes over a glacial timescale because it takes generations of teachers and instructors to embrace a new idea and this doesn't happen overnight obviously, it requires time and people to be educated in thought in a different way when they're in fact delivering education. It's a now it's funny sounds like you're describing what teachers were would have been able to do if they only had ten kids That's why it's personalized. It's much more focused around a smaller group in some sense, a group of one, and that's a great education process to individualize a teacher to an individual student is very difficult. But with the software and artificial intelligence, you can facilitate that and that's where we're heading and the thing to remember this is just the beginning. This is not the end product yet there'll be more organizations and companies who will invest in this kind of idea technology and it will eventually grow. We don't know the full ramifications and benefits that will accrue overtime Sheldon H Jacobsen is a professor of computer science at the University of Illinois at our Bond
Chicago - Human remains found in field near Champaign identified 25 years later as a woman never reported missing
"County have reportedly identified remains found their 25 years ago as a woman from northern Illinois. Now their mission turns to finding the killer. Her name was Carrie Lynn Wiant, and she would be 49 years old. Her remains were found in a field in Champaign County in 1995. The Champagne News Gazette reports that authorities identified her by comparing DNA from the remains to DNA uploaded to genealogy site. She was born in Gail's Berg. But officials in Champaign County say Wyatt left home when she was a teenager and lived for a while in Peoria, then joined a carnival and went south to Champagne County. She gave birth to a son in 1994 the year before her remains were found. Now, authorities say they're hoping to find someone who knew her so they could bring closure. Hawaiians parents Steve Miller
The Tricky Business Of Coronavirus Testing On College Campuses
"Today. We're looking at how one university is tackling the Corona Virus University of Illinois at her Bana Champagne. Elissa. This is a really big campus right Yep. They have about thirty thousand undergrads and it's massive and beautiful and green and kind of like exactly what you think college looks like. From the movies. Except this year of course, it's a little different. You know everyone's wearing masks on campus when you're walking around. and. There's all these signs to promote mask-wearing and social distancing. There's great. One that says it's a great day to practice sneezing. Smile with your eyes scream with your heart But. The big thing that I noticed on campus is that there are all these big white tents everywhere there, Cova testing centers. You drink. The campus actually started with seventeen places where you can get tested. So students go every few days to get tested. Confronted Denver and they're using saliva tests for royal do is they'll take your mask off. Open up the test tube and you will through into the. Into the test tube and you want the more the better is Dr. Hardest part always. I always think of Lemons in it makes like we have our saliva and my mouth. Well now, my mouth is full of saliva NAD warney. Thank you. I mean students told us that it was really hard to muster up all the spit. A that was emily gardy she and her classmates are part of this massive experiment. It's basically like become just a part of life. It's like so normal there right when I wake up, I put it in my schedule of things I need to do for the day and Cova testing is the very first thing on that list. So, Elizabeth testing every student like whether or not you have symptoms all of them. Yeah. That's right. They're testing UNDERGRAD staff Grad students everybody on campus and students need a negative result from that test to get into buildings on campus and to go to class So. It's the baked into the fabric of daily life. Wow I mean Elissa. That is I have I have not heard of this before the fact that you need to get a negative has to go to class that is wild like how how are they doing this? I'm confused on how you could do all of this. Yes I mean they're doing so many tests. A day and they're able to do it because they developed their test in house they processed their tests at the vet lab. They've repurpose to focus on these tests they're working pretty much twenty, four seven to get the results back. So they're able to get them back so fast like because they're literally working at three am in the lab like they're cranking this stuff out. And when we were there some days, they actually did about two percent of all the testing in the US done right on the campus y that is wild. Okay. It's wild. Yeah. So they're testing a lot like you know more than anywhere else. It sounds like what does that mean for controlling the virus? Are they able to have a relatively covid free semester their first semester? Well, that's what they were hoping I mean in just under two weeks of classes there were more than seven hundred positive covid, nineteen cases on campus. Wow I. mean that's a lot. Yeah. Probably more than they anticipated I imagine that's about what their original models had predicted for the entire semester. I mean not really surprised though it's a really big university. Yeah and it didn't surprise the students we talked to we happen to be on campus. When this big spike happened and the school announced lockdown. So we went to the quiet kind of see what students thought. Here's a freshman that we talked to name Noel Johnson like when I can tell you are like known as a party school. So I, knew that just because we were going to be taxing a lot, didn't mean that they were going to stop partying. So they're doing their best to keep everyone safe, but it's just. The system can't work if the people aren't working with it. So they put all of this money into testing do the university really not factor in the the students would be partying or or what. So they did anticipate partying Becky Smith, the epidemiologists leading the reopening plan. She explained that really they just didn't anticipate something else. So it's not necessarily partying. We counted for the fact that students will party. We just assume that they wouldn't party knowing that they were infected and infectious. Okay. So kids found out they were sick they were still partying. That's right. Yeah, and in one case that they actually publicized, they said a student hosted a party well positive
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's Chateau Miraval is releasing a new champagne this week
"Pitt and Angelina Jolie Champagne House is launching a new champagne this week before they're split the former couple of purchase Chateau Mirror of all in France. Florida. Merivel will launch the first bottle's on October 15th. Pitt said they wanted to try to create the defining brand of Rose A champagne.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's Chateau Miraval is releasing a new champagne this week
"Angelina Jolie Champagne House is launching a new champagne this week before they're split the former couple of purchase Chateau Mirror of all in France. Florida. Merivel will launch the first bottle's on October 15th. Pitt said they wanted to try to create the defining brand of Rose A champagne. California
French police station attacked with fireworks, metal bars
"Outside Paris overnight, a police precinct came under attack by a mob armed with metal bars and fireworks. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, officials say some 40 people Tried to storm the station, but no officers were hurt. Police posted a video showing a barrage of fireworks being shot in the direction of the police station in Champagne Easter Marin, about nine miles south east of Paris, The mayor of Champagne you sur Marne, said the incident may have been provoked by a scooter accident being blamed on police There have been increasing attacks on French police in recent years, as many blamed them for unjustified violence against minorities. And protesters like the yellow vests, the precinct in champagne. He has been targeted to other times in the last two years. It's located in housing projects known for drug trafficking. Responding to the incident, Interior Minister Gerard Darmon on said it wouldn't swipe police in their work against drug traffickers, He said no one is impressed by the actions of a few little
Mumm Napa Brut Prestige Review
"It's David again from cheap wine by the.com. The other wine review that we put on the cheap wine fiber.com website and I noticed lately though. I'm kind of going upscale. Everything is Bordeaux or Napa or Rushing River and well, I kind of did that again? Let me grab the bottle and see what we got here. It's it's not expensive. But it it's Mom Napa Brut Prestige and sparkling wine from Champagne house in France, but they've been in Napa since the seventies so it's fifty years. It's been a long time. It's half half 45% Chardonnay 45% Pinot Noir and the rest is a little bit of a mix of you know, greed. It's just you know, Greenfield a green show your same thing. And what was the other one, you know, what a you know, what is the the hidden grape & in Champaign? It's in all the champagne. You don't know it. So there you go, and it's from Napa and it's one of the kind of weird things because this is a Napa sparkling wine and not a French champagne. Normally when you drink Snapple why that's oh it's Napa except when champagne and then it's oh, it's Napa off cuz it's not you. Hey, we're gonna go get into that because I think that's wrong. So what we have here is like I said, it's a little bit of a dead. Grapes that are approved of champagne right here is a couple of other groups really get used aren't here but it's got the main ones they use 45 different growers in Nampa all day from parts for the line and that's really typical. They make champagne. I know one of the leading Champagnes, you know, the uses a hundred different Growers to Champaign most champagne house and then champagne don't really have much Vineyard Holdings. They they contract long-term contracts for all other groups. And you know, that's how they do it. That's how they're doing it. That's how I am doing it here. I know it's like they've been the emphasis 1970 and they've been in Champaign since like 1827 or something. So these are people know what they're doing. They brought them know how to California even though like most of the American sparkling wine bubbly houses the schramsberg Gloria Ferrer Iron Horse are Sonoma. I guess there's some up in age, you know, they bring their expertise to Napa and this is a year and half second fermentation year and half the first fermentation is in mosul stainless steel and then they put some of it in French Oak barrels to give it that kind of thing going that they blend in. I mean the other surprise champagne house all Out their style ahm how Styles there's the first fermentation for the most part was where all the tricks are. There's just there the little bit of folk a little bit of stainless steel and all the other things had picked their drapes and all that are all in there. So you're getting a real bump style especially after fifty years and now but I mean, they they've come to get their own state of Mississippi cuz in my hand here, I mean, they probably get me a maid came with the French style. They probably created some Napa style go along with it. And here's what I have to say. Very expensive champagnes are Sublime. They're just crazy of every you ever get to drink it. But which I do every once awhile, you know, sometimes our ten years in bottle. I mean and they're so the spinach ten years needs in the bottle and they have all these exotic production techniques and these things are crazy expensive and just crazy delicious, but they're regular ones are kind of reachable this thing. I found out I think Seventeen or eighteen dollars Napa Brut Prestige Brutus, not too sweet. You are not miss out from Champagne. I mean in a blind tasting most people unless there's champagne had know these things. Most people wouldn't know the difference and this is Anna like half the price unless off. I mean, they'll be cheaper come December when all the champagne zor sa land they'd probably make after sales but you know regular time $18 for what is an excellent choice. It's delicious. It's balance is pretty good at this you wouldn't know the difference. So just because it doesn't have champagne or label has Napa who how bad could it be that has Napa on the label.
"champagne" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"A PATRIOT DOT com forward slash champagne sharks and become a patron and all that good stuff. You get access to a bunch of back episodes and get access to a voice this court chat server one of the things that you get opportunity to do on the voice of discord chat. Server we have movie nights that we just started. We did the first one, and then we have a discussion after the movie night and then we record the discussion a we just used it spooky sat by the door next. One is network and we're also starting a book club where we read a book and we discussed the book, and if you become patron, you get to not only participate in that, but you get to listen to the discussion if you didn't have a chance to participate. So definitely do that is worth your time and effort there's also other perks but we're not to get it to right now I want to hop into our guests if you do yourself real quick Michael. Yeah my name is Michael French run the Youtube Channel Retro Blasting, which is a fully produced scripted an edited. Video. Channel about the generation X. Experience from a pop culture standpoint and we like to as we say, we don't back into our nostalgia for a warm. Hug We turn and we confront our nostalgia and really look at it in an analytical an intellectual way and I think it's a fair way to. Put it like lay one thing I hate about a lot of I know you'd even call that world of the Internet and if you call it a hobbyist or gene. Because it's not just superheroes. It's not just toys this not just sorcery or any particular thing. It's kind of a all encompassing realm of hobbies. I don't know what you call call that world but whatever you call that world a lot of the channels shows about it are very uncritical and very consumerist. I just consume consume consume give me more give me more and while you celebrate that stuff. You ask a lot of hard questions and Yeah and I was kind of wondering what your history with the channel is because some of your clips kind of evidence that you've been added a while like you reference old clips of yourself and I realize okay. This guy's been added for a long time. So I was wondering is the way your channel is a response to kind of that, Shell? Access seeking trend or there's a predate that kind of she'll accents access seeking trend in a lot of those channels. Yeah. Well, it started out not to go too far back but I've always been into two movies and things like that..
"champagne" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
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Having the Last Word
"I am about to or I am going to die either expression is correct. These were the last words of seventeenth century, French, Jesuit, priest grammarian, and man after my own Heart Dominique Boehner. Narrowly, edged out by eighteenth century French Aristocrat who declared I see you have made three spelling mistakes. As. He read over his own death warrant. We assign a lot of significance to last words hoping that we'll leave some deep philosophical epitaph or something funny like what's this button do? But you may end up with last words like American author, Henry David Thoreau who simply said Moose. Indian. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Many people think Irish playwright and poet Oscar Wilde's last words were either this wallpaper goes or I do. That would be typical wild but there are two small factual inaccuracies in this retelling. The actual quote is this wallpaper and I are a duel to the death either it goes or I do. And he said that a few weeks before he died. Oscar Wilde's actual last words were a mumbled prayer. He did also say toward the end of his life as he lay in bed sipping champagne I am dying beyond my means. With about a third of the world being Christian it's not surprising that God gets mentioned a fair amount. As the clock was winding down for one of the baddest. Of Golden Age Hollywood Cancer Stricken Joan Crawford her housekeeper began to pray aloud at her bedside. Crawford summoned her remaining strength and said, don't you dare ask God to help me. A priest was at the bedside of Francois Marie Oh, Rhett the philosopher firebrand known as will tear. The priest implored him to renounce the devil voltaire considered his advice but decided this is no time to be making new enemies. German romantic behind took a different view as he lay dying of tertiary syphilis. God will forgive me. He said that's his job. A quick tangent while the dead have been in our collective fears and folklore since the caveman days, our modern interpretation of Sambas is strongly influenced by the ravages syphilis. Its Body count his paltry when compared with things like the black death. But the five million people at killed in the Fifteenth Century alone definitely qualify for epidemic status. Syphilis comes in distinct stages. Primary Syphilis is characterized by painless sores on the genitals or mouth, which typically heal on their own. The second stage usually presents with a rash and fever. These resolve and the disease enters the latent stage which can last for years. You're not infectious in the latent stage, but the bacteria may still be damaging your heart bones, nerves, and brain. People would think they were no longer sick which was just as well since there was no cure anyway. Tertiary Syphilis the third stage. The skin may be covered by growths that break down into lesions that spread unchecked. The disease can away bone and caused tremendous pain. Sufferers could also experience numbness and difficulty with motor functions, vision problems leading to blindness and dementia. which combined left people shambling down cobblestone streets with their faces routing off. If you bumped into such a person under a ready gas lamp on a cold Monday night, you'd probably be willing to believe they were a corpse who had gotten elusive. It's grave. Will Save, the debate for the spread of syphilis whether it started in North America or Europe for another day. We have these last words because someone was there here in record them. Sadly, that wasn't the case with Albert. Einstein one of the greatest scientific minds in history. He was not alone in the room when he passed away but he understandably spoke his final words in his mother tongue and the nurse that was attending him didn't speak German. Perhaps his final wish was something along the lines of don't let anyone steal my brain and keep it in their desk for years. As, you can probably guess that is what happened but that is also a topic will cover on another show. Many people can feel the end is near and leave prophetic pronouncements behind. Reputed Future Sier and tabloid staple. nostradamus correctly forecast tomorrow when the sunrises, I shall no longer be here. Similarly. The Godfather of Soul James Brown said, I'm going away tonight. Less
Los Angeles Dodgers clinch NL's top seed, 8th straight division title
"NL's top possession postseason seed, I should say, and the eight straight National League West title big theaters last night showed shortstop Curry Sticker says the celebration was muted. We kind of get speech is kind of Howto glass of champagne each one individually and you know it kind of just celebrate that way. You know you can't talk about it instead of being ableto dumb stuff on people in this night, you know, So it was. It was definitely different. So the Dodgers won last night. But the Lakers lost solar company is gonna have
French wine volumes to recover after record-early grape harvest
"Year, according to French agricultural officials. Despite a record early start to the grape harvest, the earliest in centuries in the burgundy and champagne regions, they say, though the quality is pretty good, the warm weather and something conditions lead to a pretty good harvest in most of the region's That's Mitch Frank, news editor at Wine Spectator magazine. He says the reason for the early harvest rising temperatures caused by climate change. Wine is already more than $70 billion industry in the U. S. And Americans should expect to pay more for those wines from France. That's because the Trump administration began imposing a 25% tariff on French wines earlier this year. Wine drinkers will likely see an increase in prices passed on from sellers, who are also paying Mohr thes tariffs are mostly hurting small businesses here. They're seeing less of them on the shelves because people just don't bother to carry them. Or they're playing Tom Busby Bloomberg
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"David Fromm. Cheap. Line. FINDER DOT COM. Coming at you with another wine review, we put on the cheap one finder dot website. And today it's a trader Joe's wine which to a lot of. It's the love burgundies. TREMONT DEBRAH goal. OC. Brute rose, Zach. Nine, hundred, nine. Import Bubbly. That's actually really really good. And It's a criminal chroma. is a sparkling wine from France. Isn't. From. Champagne. Champagne can be a grandma just means sparkling wine basically. But there brandon Sir you don't think of them as chromite you think of them as champagne. So everything else is a criminal and this is from Burgundy. And if you're not really up on. That part of the country. or The world I guess. The bottom part of Burgundy's this is of in northern eastern France. Is bourgeois. And the northern part is champagne and middle is the Burgundy region. and. It's home of some of the best new iron. Chardonnay in the world I mean it just that's that's ground zero for Pinot Noir Chardonnay. And they make. Like champagne does just a little bit to the north. They make bubbly to and a half may bubbly for a long long time. And this love ninety nine bubbly is made by. A group of farmers and four hundred, fifty different farmers in the region off with their grapes together and they make three and a half million bottles year. If, you want the name, it's on the. Website www cheap wine fighter dot com. It's French. Damn. I can't remember American names remember French names. But they're legit. You don't know who these who makes the winds were trader Joe's. But they're actually good in it at love. Ninety nine. This is good. Trader Joe's is a lot of buying power ninety nine. It is typically a lot less than what A. parable wine and a retail shop with being. One of the reasons is that all the in Europe are trader Joe's in. Europe is all ignored there's all ignored all these stuff. The all the United States is all these south and. Trader Joe's Aldi north, but they have a worldwide reach it almost wine shops are in a city or maybe a stay. Supermarkets can go. A long way they can be many states but they don't normally. Push. Their own brand of line. They don't really have that going for the most part like trader. Joe's does with are known for their wines and they're known for their value price twice. So this eleven ninety, nine criminal from Burgundy. And it's made in the same way. Champagne is. Made. With Pinot noir grapes. Champagne either either and or. Chardonnay. Pinot Noir Pinot Monet. Grapes are. Similar If anything the Pinot Noir. Grapes. In. Burgundy are better regarded than the ones up north. So. This love and ninety nine grandma. Mike be seriously underpriced. Mean when people pay big money for French. Champagne. Do you know? Everybody. Else's you know trying to get with. What's leftover because if you're going to spend thirty Bucks Forty Bucks Fifty Bucks One, hundred, twenty bucks you're buying champagne. If you only have ten twenty, you might look at a criminal. So that's what you know. But that doesn't mean it's the quality is not there. It's not equally good if not exactly the same because it doesn't exactly the same. But this is good Melissa delicate, it's balanced. It's got. Very controlled flavors. This is a one everything is where it's hopes to be. You know it's Often cheap bubbles are fun and delicious. Raw Love the place and they're. The last drink this one is kind of sophisticated and refined to I'm thinking because I got a glass of bubbles man.
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"None of it is the deep cuts everything is Barred in their. Crowbar in there but it's all like obvious stuff like NPR white guy would know like like, yeah like like with. No effort to really learn about anything black outside of listening to NPR and reading box late articles. This'll be the exact dept of black knowledge. You would have like Jackie Robinson James Baldwin Gordon. Parks everything is just very surface level the use of the Jeffersons theme song. All culture. I thought. I clocked a joke in episode to about how white people don't season their foods and I was just like, ooh, that's a scorcher. Straight off twitter yeah. Written by twitter. Nothing that's the that's. Another show amongst a lot of shows who they get a lot of their. Storyline but they get a lot of their Let's let's say vibe they get a lot of their vibe from twitter. Yeah. You want US funny about this show remember was the tweet I. Forgot it was trump related, but somebody tweeted. This said I was working on this story for months and Treated out he just. tweeted it out. Kenai were discussing this show via text for a while we thought we were just knocking out of the park as far as figuring out what the creators are were doing. We're like, okay. This show is just written for white critics at like big websites and black twitter and kept going on and on, and then I found out there was an official companion podcast with. With the one of the writers of the show and some black rider about the show started listening to it, and then in the very first episode among other things like the writer for the show is that if we get the critics and black twitter on a side, we weren't and AS Roma Omega like this insight I thought we were we were just we were just joking we just bullshitting. This they made it all the subjects that we thought. We figured out just texts stop listening because I'm like this is ruining all the fun like you. Yes. Oh, they explicitly said literally Yeah. We're making this show for the critics and black twitter she that's exactly what the writer of the PODCAST but I'm Jim just Perspective because I know that a lesbian I have have talked before about the other like some Hbo Show of recent note along these lines watchman which was brought up before which I think sort have had done in a similar cast and let's just wondering like. What what what works about lovecraft country for you that like we're whereas watchman totally did it. Yeah I while their first of all day are not adapting d best staying in the medium that you know in. Medium you know they're not changing. They're not trying to do it adaptation of something that was very well done very well regarded with like disorder slapdash ideas coming from a Damon Lindelof like they're like Michele Greene knows how to write a bike affective TV show that works that has you know plot that moves for the as characters you kind of have interested. So I think just on the basic craft level is much more like workmanlike as opposed to watchmen were Damon Lindelof Tall? Crane the fucking Bible or something like he was just he was so pretentious about in all these big ideas where this show is like very you know wears his heart on sleeves like, okay. This is for you know people who liked prestige TV and black twitter. We're going to have some fun. We're going to have some blood. We're going to have some Gore like it seems like a much more fun show like changes really fun and it just a based on the source material not being on the commanding heights of Alan Moore's watchmen. They're playing a little bit more with house money in that they. Have a little bit deal a little bit more goofy or or not everything. So so waited with. The present moment but I mean I don't know I felt like when I was watching it. It was just like I could I could I could see the writer typing as I was watching it, which is never a good sign and I just I i. felt it was everything was so heavily invested in the present moment now in district. But I that's the problem with the book is a problem with the show is a problem with like TV. Right now like like like handmaid's tale same shit. God Yeah Yeah. Don't get me started on that Yeah. So he's fucking pulling teeth watching that show. So it's Kinda all like the same thing and I just like at least with this show is like I can get like, do you know the ghost of Herbert West in the haunted house and and like some kind of creepy like baby monce giant baby monsters vampire dull. You know some cool rituals some you know journey smollet with. A baseball bat at least if they do you know all the crap by hate about watchmen deal all of that. But at least you know outside of that, it's mostly for me like a fun kind sometimes scary horror show that don't really have to take as seriously. Just I'm just so happy people aren't taking this show. So as seriously as they did watchman even though is to show this actually made by black people. I think people are taking it seriously in a different way like one thing I'll give me Chagrin credit on is definitely is not in love with her on farts she does not. She does not think like she is some kind of born again genius that is I if anything like I like some Damon Damon Lindelof interviews made it seem like he was Ed the same tune that Ryan Johnson's candidate in reference to the Lucas like I'm fixing the stuff that Yeah say. More screwed up yeah. She is making it less. You know the women in the original watchmen were you know well represented, and so he did his show where he has. Laurie first of all turned into like or horrific like shrew trope and then also has her carry around giant. Blue Dildo representing her former boyfriend that she has not gotten over even though the entire watchman book was about her leaving him and then sleeps with her. Subordinate Amelia after that, when the giant deal, it doesn't work out for this is kind of an aside but I feel like there's a very gen-x writer to do like I was kind of looking back about all these kind of smug superior type of writers across disciplines that we had that kind of thing. I figured all this out that the person I'm ripping off did. That didn't even though I have absolutely no original ideas outside of really this person's work. Yeah. Grandma Larsen is another one of those people by the way Morrison Martin Mark Mark Millar Brian Benders. Johnson I think is, is that in movies and I think Melinda Lop is that too and I don't know when I noticed that but it's a definite jen next thing is he's gen-x writer I don't want I don't know if it's a white Jenex writer thing I'm trying to think of black writers but there's so few that I can't really extrapolate across. Racist. But I do particularly this certain type of White Jenex writer. There is this unearned superiority and like cashing in and living off these other people's creations while also thumbing. At how your subverting in making it better and you really you really not like at the end of the day when you look back at a lot of grant Morrison and Mark Millar Mark Millar and Ryan Johnson stuff it actually is less forward thinking than the stuff they're trying to answer seating. Of Marco whenever I think of Mark Millar, I think of the end of. The wanted comic where it's like the main character telling you the reader that he's fucking you in the ass and just there's nothing you can do about it that that's how I view marking the lawyers bucking a frame of reference. That is the perfect summation of mark. Millar's like smug on earned sense of superiority do not bad comic of. Wanted. Was For me. That was the first comic I read I. Forgot How many issues miniseries was, but I think the first everything with the last the last issue and I was like the sunk cost. Will you miss you miss the wonderful day new ma of the entire series which is. Violently sodomizing the as own readers..
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"Was one of them people you know the we know when it's time to vote. This is here in Portland. They're going to have some Negro that works for whoever's running for office Democrat come to church yet may go kick it. They don't eat chicken and staying and all that kind of stuff. And then presidents do I remember bill. Clinton. They. All Do. I will say this trump is making it damn hard rock and trying to get people to wake up a memo Democrat versus Republican dynamic. Again. Do. Everything, he can to lose the REX. A thing that he put out there today. Did. You see that I posted on my instagram about. Low Let me let me make sure i. read it real quick. Hang on say about the the suburbs. I. Am happy to inform all of the people living there suburban lifestyle dream that you will no longer be bothered or financed me hurt by having little income housing built in your neighborhood your housing prices will go up based on the market crime will go down ever said that the Obama Biden Af f h rule enjoy. that. And now you can get and I'm not really you know I don't really get into the whole. These are signals in this that. It is with this was a gap. A man. Who you people think that he's referring to exactly when he says, you know low income and cry he associates the low income with the crime and all that you know what I'm saying so. Hearing. Right that's exactly what it is but. Man He's making it harder Birla trying to school my mom. To the point to where? The only way you should be voting for Donald trump if you're. Right it sounds crazy because he may you know and you remember this when George W Bush was the president the country was on the brink of revolution. A lot of people don't forget that in this because this is this was before facebook before twitter all that stuff man people was they was added a mind. He makes sure Bush. Man You ain't never lie never lie you saw Bush's responsible the Ryan started cracking oh. Yeah you know With the dignified response you know. Him and I always tell people that I never believed that George W. Bush was racing. ooh, I believe he was an elitist. You know what? I'm saying I never believed he was a rice donald trump a racist. You know you know he's a he's a straight up he's Andrew Jackson. Man and I'm trying not to get into that. You know the Republicans are racist that the Democrats GonNa do that. I'll be trying not to do that man but this month Donald. Trump. I told myself I'm only I only vote local. Yeah but And this. Oh no man this dude is toxic. You almost want to. It's almost as if you believe it's a conspiracy that they're making him be this way you do vote the other way I'm on. This. They'll be like a curse word right now there I'm not doing it. I'm not doing it. Okay. I'm not but I will not lie and say that I'd be lying. If I say the thought has crossed my mind. Absolutely I'M GONNA head to vote for this motherfucker by land. In the. Yeah I'll see how they get you. Lucy and that's the reason why I will not do it is because I see it but even though I see it's Almost like they say know what? The fuck you're GONNA do about it. Right you know what I'm saying you WANNA, Third Party were you in getting one now? What right a? Almost like exactly with this that Young I thought it was no world possible that I would vote for by an man. Got Remember this one big Michael's I. Remember we almost their bet you guys couldn't convince me down. Trump was gonna win I remember that I wouldn't believe it I. was I was man there was no I was laughing at y'all. I was literally laughing at you big mike and T I was laughing at your brother's who's not gonNA win because in my mind I'm thinking that everybody remembers he's a con artist. Everybody didn't remember Michelle He. was like I couldn't believe it. I still can't believe it. GotTa. I still think sometimes I by being in twilight on, it makes a lot of people be become jaded. So then they started doing good win this is like well, I, mean, do you really want? Do you want? Do you want the country to go that far down into the shitter writing? I mean I'm not saying like we're we're you know. Like I'm representing the country, and then because I know this country represent me the way I I needed to. But what I'm saying is like I live here. You know what I'm saying. So do really want to see the country down that path. Now, the point to where we're electing book and Lucille Ball or some shit like right. It come on man I mean. Run for president. Starwood Ronald Reagan. You know what I'm saying. An actor absolutely as the governor of the state of. California. Absolutely and they elected another actor Arnold Schwarzenegger who's not even a native of me. He's. He's not wasn't an American citizen all his life. Immigrated here. who were born here right. So you know why not? fucking bad. Why about now, that would be a horrible idea because I don't think on as is stable not mentally. I mean but yeah man you know tires. Just real strange times man. The half on here which you chop it up a little bit Yemen and. See what's going on the negative woods. Well, you know My only thing is I was going to go down to Nike, but then I thought about only go down there and somebody might think black lives matter and they just tossed my ball hit as an event. You know we're all black lives matter. And here comes black lives matter. Last matter is in here. To help. With. The tattoos I don't even know I only right now. Exactly but I but I live I live far away from downtown about twenty minutes twenty thirty minutes downtown. But I will say this when it was active, you can hear them downtown you could hear all the noise you. Can hear the what are they called it the tear gas guns going off and kind of Shit it's not like. Here it. So and that's the thing and they were launching fireworks. Fireworks. Yes. Yes. Though is definitely Definitely, test is testy situation, but you know everybody's down there protests what they Nike's. That's how. Let's. Let's wrap this thing. We just wanted to come in here real quick, but for all the listeners thank you. We appreciate you guys for listening become a subscriber, become a patron, go to the Youtube page and subscribe. Like share all the videos. Become patron five dollars. Ten dollars here we're going to be taking phone calls here soon to we're GONNA be, taking calls from. Fans and guests and stuff. So it was part of that too seminar Tinos everything. 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"Around discharge a negligent discharges. You've got your finger on the trigger. You ruined the shipment playing around on your phone or something accidentally squeezed the trigger. Not. Around on. Right. So that's one you can actually be charged with a crime for you know what I'm saying. Really if you want to for for for accidental discharges, they have them all the time, the military, the army they have in the marines they have home every branch of the military has them. I think I was reading somewhere where they had a thing to tanks fired at each other on. Wow. Yeah. So For someone to sit there and and and make a big deal out of the accidental discharge that just goes to show to me that number one. They just look into troll. Any little thing happens anyway because they don't like what's going on with that movement into, they don't have very extensive training USA firearms at all. Negligent, excuse me accidental discharges happened all the time they have at gun ranges. You saw that one situation where the guy was the. Little girl how to shoot. And then she ended up killing the guy because he was helping her to fire fully automatic weapon. No. Didn't. You know she couldn't get control eleven and bit went off and he doesn't get hit and by you know what I'm saying stuff like that half its bandage, it's Going on youtube and just type accidental discharge. Thousands of videos pop up with people at gun ranges people, military exercises, whatever. Is a normal part of unfortunately unfortunately right you know what I'm saying and this thing then there's no one guy seriously hurt. In the scenario at the hands what I heard was actually they explained by this. They, it was actually somebody who passed out due to heat exhaustion. Yes. Because it was damn near one hundred degrees in in Louisville. and. So they had been standing out for a few hours or what have you know what in the area where they staged at and then die feel woozy he passed out in the he handed his wife, his weapon or as bureau whoever was with him had her the weapon and she didn't she wasn't the one who was fully trained on with do is kind of like an abrupt hand for passed out. She ended up dropping the thing and it went on went off. So, you know if that's the case. In Oh shit happens. The trolls were were. All man and that was. Says more about them than it says about anything half. and. For those don't know grandmaster is a brother that started a militia called the NFC w believes go ain't. fucking around. Yeah. Not fucking around. I love that name here. Bam's. Dearly. But this topic of somebody is quote unquote the feds someone is an agent is starting to become so rampant. Role and historically, the Black Panther party is a perfect example of when somebody is the feds you know when the feds ones the one thing about the federal government will just said, instead say the fans 'cause you know Nigga call police. Name that couldn't be further from this week but the federal government when the federal government is investigating. There's GONNA be consequences and repercussions can lead to one of two things imprisonment or death. ooh. It isn't going to be some they're gonNA investigate, and then give you a ticket. If the federal government is investigating, you trust me when they come to get you. They got everything they need. For years yes. All these all the big time drug dealers and back in the eighties and the ratio edmonds and all those dudes when they got caught, they were done. Is Very Rare. You know I think the federal the federal government has a ninety eight percent conviction rate. Something like that think it's nine, hundred, Ninety, eight percent, and most of the people take a pleat because they know they can win. You know what I mean Something that happened recently, I was reading an article about a brother down in Los Angeles who is ex gang member who was brought a truce between two gangs Mexican gangs in black game, and this brother is putting in a lot of work seeing a lot of his videos on a via a Alex Lonzo. Gangs a cadillac videos and his brothers sincerely trying to put together truth What research that I did is that started in the prison where the Mexican mafia in prison was reaching now stand yeah it's time to end this. You know. It was somebody that he knew or something like that. That will. Shock Collar and the Mexican mafia and they got together because they are understanding in Los, Angeles the community, some of these Hulu literally right around the corner from each and so you got the black gangs Latino gangs, a lot of them are grew up together. Having says, we just impose facility like that. So you got a lot of a lot of Latino who is that are actually in the sainthood or in the same area as Black Grenville they just both individually just did their being of what have you. So you know who's been known each other since they were little kids used to. They ran into each other prison and they talked about you know become. Squashing the beef that they're to babyhood had. and. These beefs have been going on. For. Thirty years. You D for decades for. Decades. Very bloody beats where people that loved ones been killed. A lot of. A lot of prison time handed out behind that beef about the you know these two older guys out together and say you know it's time to put a stop to this I. couldn't believe it. You know. I I. I was still amazed that it actually happened but they they made it half you know in that was thanks lars part you know I it ain't no secret who man is a big call them doc here little doctrine. Yeah and and he was one of those guys that have passed and did things when he was younger without. Serve his time paid his debt side he got out. He was trying to make a better life for himself and. He's tired of this stuff and he wants to build a community efforts destroy right. That's what we always want people to strive do absolutely and so by stopping that beef man that that was a huge huge thing in la you got to kind of beef later really understood not really but. To understand what that's like man. Deep. Those beefs go right. That the hatred runs deep right and so for them to squash all of that come together in unity of was a major thing, and now all of a sudden this guy gets picked up. In a federal regal case yes. I guess the next thing that they're going to be trying to put the kingpin exemption autumn or black. About, when I was talking about being indicted by the feds mile in my own personal life, I've gotten in trouble when I was younger, he's he can do a lot of trump when I was twenty two years old I got indicted by the Federal Government for some stupid shit in ended up ended up being dropped because it wasn't really it had nothing to do with me. But when you talk about getting indicted by the feds especially on a Rico case, the Rico laws for like mob figures. That's for like John Gotti you know traffic, Khantay all these different people. So when you got a brother here who is creating peace The Peace Peace that's been going on from what I'm and I'm on the outside looking in after Nipsy Russell got killed. There's been peace between the rolling sixties and HR against that, which is immortal beef that's been going on since nineteen seventy, nine lot of lives law breath. There's peace there. Now you got Mexican gangs in black gangs piecing up but when you see the federal government step in and take this guy off the street for something that. Happened supposedly allegedly had had.
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"Much are people willing to take out I? Mean we saw I saw video today with that one do an. Twelve million to twelve, million, four, forty, seven, thousand Los Angeles. Just La. My Lord that we only got eight million people here period in the whole state. But that's also why it's been. So easily easily easy to manage this pandemic here you know when you go into a store in Portland man, you ain't nobody without a Moscow. Just. As they're gonNA look at you like crazy you stance and we only we only have we average about three hundred people positive day tours and other places. They got twelve, hundred, fifteen, hundred all that kind of stuff. So but Ammon Bundy, you remember him from the Bundy Rancher Cliven Bundy kid rock eminem Bundy made a video today talking about defending the police he said he was going to go out march with black lives matter. Yeah. I heard about that I heard about that and There's a lot of mixed reaction to that would. Supremacist which is all of his fans flipped out bid they bid. Flipping. Out You know always the same excuse. Oh, come to Minneapolis I'll show you you don't even live there. Right? Always haven't you seen dot dot dot city he's. With his his. Thing about. Government overreach on this kind of stuff you know what I'm saying so. I. Respect. If he's if he's genuine with it yeah. I'm not fucking with him but no, no, no I I could definitely He's more consistent than a lot of these other conservatives are because a lot of these people are just loving the fact that the fans are going in there and then I'm like well Dan. What about Bundy ranch? Patriots. You're gonNA take our guns and all this other bullshit I'm talking about now all of a sudden you don't not dripping off net. It's not a big deal now. A splice together. It was on the daily show they spliced together a clip of. All these Fox News contributors and hosts talking about how horrible? How good that the fans are going into Fort Lyndon Seattle, and they taking people out of their this that and the third then they. Gathered with of the exact same people in two thousand fourteen. About the Bundy ranch situation that they will not government overreach the fans to get out of their. Guns and tailoring American people. This is unacceptable. You know what I mean it was his outright. They were they were tripping about when they were here in Oregon. That fish and wildlife that federal way forget about. It was literally a standoff. Right some people got killed up there. killed. So but they what were they saying? There's too much government too much too much government too much government government overreach I told somebody today I said you know when it comes to these people you. Re listened for the code words. Black lives matters a coworker nigger. and. If you white supporting black lives matter that means you're nigger lover. When they call you live your nigger lover. You know what? I'm saying you get that through your head you'll understand everything. Easily. Man. Yeah you still video with your man in Arkansas. Video Yeah, man. Standing there with nine that's it. He didn't say nothing people whose this. Business and they were pulling up you've ever be gone. I'll be back in about fifteen minutes you've been asked. About to say the wonders when I get back here, you not be here. Yeah. And no way you know why they're comfortable saying because law enforcement not protect them. You know long-form is not going if law enforcement protected the citizens, the way they're supposed to, they wouldn't feel comfortable doing that. I know but they know that the law enforcement has their bags. So you know it's IT'S A. It's crazy because. You Know Herman Cain died been reading about that. You know McCain was one of those for nobody for everybody that doesn't remember Herman Herman Cain was the CEO Godfather Pizza which I've never had got the piece but I never heard anything good about it Dafa left here when I was a kid he's. Not even here we barely got Ph rose here. He was CEO Godfather Pizza and he was one of the main people that was going to the trump rally talking about not wearing a mask and we tired of this we put up with it. He came up with covert nineteen and passed away. Yeah. Man in one of the One of his little acolytes says up real slick on on twitter about that on twitter or facebook one of the social media platforms and she says, you got all these Democrats and liberals in celebrities. Cold lead in vain nine dying. Chained is this is not fair. Theft. Newest conspiracy. Everything is the the last in the Spot that we're dying wait a minute. What nobody that voted Democrat die from covid nineteen his. All right. What about all the people dying in California right man? Real. Up here. You know what I'm saying we got about nine hundred people died so far. It's just crazy man it's crazy. I got a partner that works at a grocery store and somebody at the grocery store came up with and he was tripping because they wouldn't tell them who it was and I said when it came. The violate HIP and they'll get sued but I understand what you're saying you know what I mean because I thought but I told him I said d'ombre this how much of this shit is affecting your brain as compared to affecting your immediate community When you go when you go home, do you know anybody your neighbor that hasn't he said no as there. So you know more people that's on TV. And in the media that has it or had it or know something about it then people that live in your own neighborhood. You. Can't let it get to you like that man because I'm GonNa tell you right now to people that are gonNA make a Lotta money, the doctors, and the therapists I'll the therapist is going to have a top hat and a monocle on like the monopoly man. There's a lot of people finding out. They need their man this Shit Cova should his trip people out. Are Losing by, but it's funny because you starting to see a lot of things and you really find out who people are and oh. Yes. Amazing things behold. The reckless people. Girl blew herself. Near, blew herself up, trying to standard do car on fire. And Bluer into the car. Would you even see people, young people and I told, my daughters I get it. Man You believe that you're invincible. I remember what it was like being sixteen I thought I was invincible too. And I told her I said, but don't get it twisted. I said there's a girl in Atlanta that that party as soon as they opened up the state of Georgia of she threw a party and she swear up and down she was she was going cancel the party, but she didn't because so many people was common but instead she wasn't gonna go but she went anyway it was there for about five ten minutes came up with Kobe. You know what? I'm saying she said she went inside the Party and there was people on the hookah straws and. Other oh yeah. Right. On the hookah. Holiday. Hookah straws man. But something I wanted to talk about man because you know a lot of people this trend going on with the brother Grand Master Jay, and now they're saying they think he's the Fed, he's the he's the he's an agent. He's the feds in all because he did a video the other day about guess he had his m sixteen and he was showing how he banged on the ground in the chamber kind of moves like a innocent fire you like gun go off and it was a lot of people tell me I was in the Marines I never even heard that I never been in the military and I've heard of it right? Discharge there's two types of discharges. There's either see me a negligent discharge or an accidental discharge an accidental discharge. It could be you know drafted and it wasn't a draft group weapon Grad, discharges bike. Or something like that or eat Dada gun was unloaded and you know something happened.
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What they say what the problem was with the coins I forgot what it was, but the coins are out there they just can't find him or some shit. That's such a twenty twenty. Pandemic Racial. Alan dimes are gonNA remember they were going to get rid of pennies years ago they to get rid of the penny but they didn't, and then they started making those new quarters, those new dimes and new Nichols and stuff. So I duNno, it's crazy by. Coin shortage out. You walk down the street at any American city you can come up with a dollar. Yeah Nielsen. But anyway if I but we. We appreciate you guys hanging in there even though you know some of us, the financial French may be coming on US and. We just preach guys breaking that five dollars a month. Especially the people that the newspapers the day one subscribers in especially the the youtube people on Youtube man like since we we've been streaming on Youtube, we've got a lot of interactions through periscope twitch due to we're going to be able to see us on facebook live soon, get together, and also you'll be seen in a lot of Vita Star. She's new platform. So I was one appreciate everybody for welcome in her and making her feel comfortable. You know what I mean this big Mike passed away recipes just keep pushing for all the people that's been riding with from the since day one when he was on a different up what was the name of the platform? Remember went to Hill that. They were so raggedy. Whatever that other platform was? An android phone and we'll sound like darth. Vader. Must respect everybody. That's been supporters man. We appreciate you guys in. We can do like when this is all over we meet up and do a live show. That's the goal. In California because I go New York. On out there. Yeah. But you mean Mario was talking off the air in something. You know we wanted to address this whole idea of quote unquote the feds what's going on with you live I'm here in. PORTLAND. So. I get offended sometimes people who have these assumptions about what's going on in Portland when it comes to these federal police officers that are here, and there's a lot of things going on when it comes to the federal government right now and how the infiltrating groups gangs, all kinds of going on right now. You must be you want to speak on Mario well first of all, let's let's let's keep Kinney and prayer because you know at any given moment Kenny can be of deductive and west of the unmarked car. If we don't want that to happen, you know what I'm saying I can is very active. He gets outside and business thing on my bike Leila's by with with with taking safety precaution with his mask and all that those who don't want Kenny they swooped in on mark. Vehicle. TAKE IT TO AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION In the woods somewhere, right? Exactly. No was reporting now some of the stuff. Going with better with the fans particularly in your in your area, your neck of the woods Portland in in the in the northwest period. Extends all. Stems from Donald Trump, telling William bar to get more active in you know unleash the fans on the people right and so you saw what happened they came with a heavy hand up there in Portland and Seattle, and now we're getting reports of going into other parts of the country to hear some stuff happening in. Chicago we I stuff stuff maybe happening in New York and so it seems that they have a strategy that they're trying to follow and. So far. I gotta give it to Portland. I've talked about this the other day off the Air I'll say man, I tell you what you can say whatever you want about four the man. But you know soon as those fair star cracking down, they didn't bow and they came back out stronger in. It got so bad was like challenge accepted. The protest went to the mayor's house I'll wear it I didn't even hear about that protest and went to the mayor's house the Mayor March with the people and he tear gas. I did hear something about that. Yeah. I. Did hear something about that. Yeah. In the governor the Governor Kate. Brown. Now, she's stepping up saying that the organ police will not even the Portland police. The state police are GONNA be protecting the protesters. So That's why twenty the you know with a chance to see cop on cop violence. Oh. Okay. So that's what bad was. Okay. Till the state, the Oregon State police are protecting protesters near the courthouse downtown and near the federal building. Downtown. And those federal, those federal police officers are outnumbered. So let me ask a little. Let me ask you some of the layout of downtown Portland because this is what this is one of the things as fusing from what I understand. They only have so much authority to work down there as far as talking about the federal agents. Yeah. They're they're Michigan is supposed to protect the federal buildings. Staff. Is that where the majority of the protests happening or or the federal building? This is how small downtown. Seattle Houston downtown Seattle downtown Seattle Looks Damn near identical to downtown. Portland is just downtown Seattle is five times bigger. So downtown Portland you have pyner square you have the federal building and literally two blocks over you have the Oregon courthouse. So the protesters are down there and both places there in the end the Police Department of Justice Center across the street from the courthouse so you have protesters at the police station you have protesters. At the Justice Center and have protests at the federal building. Now, this is what people understand. The federal police have already been here because they protect the federal building. So this is not anything new about federal police being here and they've always been here. You know what I mean is just that they brought in extra ones from different places to I guess enforce they're going they're going places that aren't the federal building you know what I'm. Saying their front of the police station and the different places, and what happened is they started hurting people they started.
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