35 Burst results for "Chapelle"

Bottled Vs. Tap: The Battle to Quench Our Thirst

Gastropod

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Bottled Vs. Tap: The Battle to Quench Our Thirst

"For as long as humans have been around. We've always needed to find sources of drinking water but that challenge is not look the same throughout our history. Peter glick is co-founder of the pacific institute. Which is a nonprofit focused on global water issues. He's also the author of the book bottled and sold the story behind our obsession with bottled water. And peter classifies. The human motor relationship into three different eras the first euro of water. In my way i think about it was really before. Civilization when humans were hunter-gatherers and we simply depended on nature to provide the water that we could find in rivers or lakes and life was miserable and short and brutish anyway and that era lasted literally for hundreds of thousands of years during the evolution of humanity. Frank chapelle as geologist who specializes in the chemistry of groundwater and he wrote a book called wellsprings a natural history of bottled spring waters. Frank says that finding clean water to drink was one of the many things that made our life as early humans so miserable and so brutish water by its very nature is not usually particularly clean is a very good solvent. It'll dissolve just about anything which means it picks up whatever it travels through and intermingled with whatever gets into it good and bad rocks quote unquote organic matter by which i mean. Basically animal poo and so drinking water for a lot of most of human history. A few how to source of clean water. Then you're pretty lucky because it's just not very common and humanity has gathered by these rare clean water sources but sometimes we do have to leave home and so one of the earliest examples of bottled water. We have has been just finding ways to put that water in a container for storage and then transported either for own use or to sell

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Pioneering Comic Paul Mooney, a Writer for Pryor, Dies at 79

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Pioneering Comic Paul Mooney, a Writer for Pryor, Dies at 79

"A popular comedian who work closely with Richard Pryor has died perhaps you are not as familiar with Paul Mooney as many others are but if you have ever crack yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy or even homey the clown from in living color you definitely know his work mony has died he was seventy nine his publicist says he died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland California Muni and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late nineteen sixties they went on to write episodes of Sanford and son and prior insisted on having morning aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in nineteen seventy five other comedians like chip Helen Murphy made use of movies biting wit and heart age as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor and truth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Elon Musk Moves Ratings As Host of ‘Saturday Night Live’

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Elon Musk Moves Ratings As Host of ‘Saturday Night Live’

"The ratings are in for E. long musk and his appearance on Saturday Night Live during his monologue you on musk boasted about running Tesla and space X. now he can brag about boosting TV ratings for Saturday Night Live the ratings for his show average seven point three million viewers according to Nielsen that makes it the third most watched episodes for the season for the NBC comedy show the only wants to do better with the ones that were hosted by Dave Chapelle and Chris rock those two still have a must when it comes to comedy chops any praise for the billionaire's punch lines and deliveries during the show we're not like a rich person's foundation's charitable another area must fell short in touting doge coin the value of that cryptocurrency fell after the show aired in part because must did a comedy did in which he called it a hustle I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'Work of Art' Recap

Rob Has a Podcast

01:51 min | 6 months ago

'Work of Art' Recap

"We're going to be talking about season. Two episode one of the barabbas a work of art colon the next great artists. And we're here with a great artist of many mediums including podcasting. Please welcome back chapelle. Chapelle how are you drive. I'm excited as usual. And i'm actually kinda surprised that you've never heard about this one so i'm ready to get. You would think that this would be in my wheelhouse. Twenty ten twenty eleven in sort of like the early days of rob has a podcast. What else did i have to do. But i was not paying attention. I just one missed me. Yeah i could see why it misses you. I'm sure we'll get into it a lot later but this is very much a show. That's in the same old as like your project runway atop schiff bravo at found a formula. That worked where we grab a group of people we give them a workstation. We give them a task. Can we eliminate them at the end of the episode. And they've done it six or seven times at this point and this is just one of the ones that have come across our desk. And so yeah i could see where it gets overlooked. But i think it's actually a good show talk about interesting crevice. We'll talk about it here today. just upfront. Want to mention that if you missed us last week we got to talk about season. One episode one of beauty and the geek with jenny autumn. We had so much fun going through that people said they really enjoyed hearing that podcast. And so i really feel like that spell. I thought we stumbled onto something here of watching an episode of a show and we came into this month. Saying let's find one show to watch the whole thing. But i'm having so much fun bouncing around in time.

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How Chris Wilson Went From Life In Prison To A Life Of Meaning And Purpose

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:21 min | 7 months ago

How Chris Wilson Went From Life In Prison To A Life Of Meaning And Purpose

"Chris. Welcome to the unmistakable. Creative thanks so much for taking the time to join us. Thanks for having me. It is my pleasure to have you here. So i actually came across your story up because of an article that you wrote on medium about the books that change your life in prison and i remember reading through that and my first reaction was jesus this guy Learn to speak multiple languages. Read all these books for hey. I went to berkeley. And i didn't do anywhere near that in four years of college So we'll get into that. But i think i want to start with what i think is a fitting question that i tend to ask a lot of people and that is what did your parents do for work. And how did that end up. Impacting the choices that you ended up making throughout your life in your so gr growing up. My mom started her career as a nurse. How after she graduated from college and then she went back to school and she got a couple of certifications became a paramedic and pretty much work in the medical field. Emergency response feel for For like the rest for life and so. My dad was Electrician so he worked for electric company. So that's what they did. What what impacted they end up having you in terms of the direction you end up going well. My mom Had raised me by ourselves because my dad and my mom got divorced when i was eight months. No my father wasn't really a part of my life growing up but the impact of my mom had me is like my mom because she was a paramedic. She worked twelve hour shifts. So i was still with my grandmother Monday through finding a civil my mom on the weekends and so i would. Just kind of like a hybrid. So my grandmother's neighborhood was like a really tough neighborhood. washington dc. This was late eighties early nineties and my mom lived outside of dc maryland. And a pretty like you know. Middle class neighborhood was nice. It was mixed white people black people in everything was like really cool around a but My mom when i had time to spend. What does she instilled in me. A good work ethic entrepreneurship in and being nice and respectful. Mom for the most part at least initially when i was younger mike. Thanks changes certain point. So i wonder what that point changes because i remember you. There's something that you said in the book. And this is one of those things like i. I look at basically took everything that a highlight and underline and put it into a document. But you said you know when you start from a place like division avenue. Life's fragile you don't get to make mistakes because you don't have a safety net but and you know when i when i read that and i was going through the book I remember going to school an probably. What was the worst neighborhood in a place called bryant texas and it was in seventh grade and it was by far the most dangerous area of town and i used to have to stay there late at night because i worked at the university. So it'd be terrified as this seventh grader after basketball practice but i also think that to some degree probably i have certain biases about that neighborhood. Ob just baked into how. I was raised by And so i wonder what about what about those kind of environments. Do you think that we have misperceptions about from you. Know media like my immediate thought was. Oh this is probably just like boys in the hood rob so like how accurate is stuff like that. Well i would look at it differently right a little bit. I would say. I mean you're right in the sense that folks have their biases about Neighborhoods like that. But i think what people don't think about is what would have conditions in policies that will put in place to make these neighborhoods. The waiting. Were you know so like police Name was policed in. You know people just being harassed by the police. That's what happened with. Like when i was growing up. Only come through his jump out. Pakistan folks didn't own a home folks Couldn't get jobs so there was a lot of stuff but these were like based off for policies put in place that kinda like creed atmosphere what he's neighborhoods dangerous so always important for people to remember that So that's something that you know. I don't think people think about no well. I mean you. And i were talking about this before we hit record here I remember dave chapelle talking about you know with your an african american men. Your relationship to law enforcement is fundamentally different than that of other people like you actually have a relationship of fear of the very people who are basically put in society to protect you absolutely absolutely Better than us especially at my neighborhood on weight it was just all black people and so only interaction while white people were police and when they would it would pat down. It wasn't like nice. It wasn't like it would ask. Holiday was so we grew up this way and then when stuck what happened in our neighborhood. I'd say shoot something like that and like folks like neighbors or call the police. It'd take a mike thirty five minutes. Get it twenty. Minutes or maybe. Sometimes they didn't even show up so this was a relationship with them growing up in. So is this like naturally like and then we see people on. Tv shot by police like all the time. So it's something like it's a survival mechanism to just be you know worried police.

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Dave Chappelle tests positive for COVID-19; shows canceled

The Bobby Bones Show

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Dave Chappelle tests positive for COVID-19; shows canceled

"Had canceled a mini residency in austin after one show because tested positive for covid. He said he hadn't had any symptoms yet. He photo bombed a couple's wedding photos at a hotel in austin. Well imagine you're this couple and you go the guy. That picture has cova. Yeah well that couple might want to get tested. Because dave chapelle just found out he has.

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Netflix Removes 'Chappelle's Show' After Dave Chappelle Requested It

The Fighter And The Kid

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Netflix Removes 'Chappelle's Show' After Dave Chappelle Requested It

"Sure you guys have seen this. But dave chappelle released a eighteen minute clip yesterday basically talking about the chapelle show and how he signed his right to weigh in a contract and lawyers helping him and everything but they still signed away all of his rights. I show that he created and this video is basically him saying because he worked so closely with netflix. He asked him to take the dave chapelle show off of their streaming platform. Because it didn't make him feel good that he's not getting paid for the show that right now asking people to boycott the dave chapelle show and they're gonna do it right Until he's compensated. Whose fans are going to pay much money. They've made off of that. I may just throw it well. He paid them. What but throw him some bone for his show is insane man.

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How to Build a Brand When You Aren't an Expert

Marketing School

04:26 min | 1 year ago

How to Build a Brand When You Aren't an Expert

"Committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel, and today we are going to talk about how to build a brand when you are not an expert. So a lot of people are asking US hey, how do I build a brand I'm getting into this field I'm learning law and decide you know what fake it till I make it what do I do and you have to real options the first option is you can just way and then once you get really good at it and you think you're all as quote unquote expert grew whatever you WANNA call it. Then by all means blog about it creep video content odd cast The other option and this is the one I would recommend is you don't have to get expert to build a brand you can share your journey you can share the mistakes you learn, you ensure the pros, the cost, and eventually not only will you learn what to do, what not to do your followers or the fallen that year solely attracting will also learn what to do and what not to do. But eventually as you gain more and more expensive the month over the years you'll be then seen as experts have to be expert. You don't WanNA call yourself expert to share what's working for you in that industry on what's not be super open open book you transparent So I was actually just GonNa say something similar around document your journey in the beginning when people when you maybe feel like imposter and you don't feel like you have enough to teach you don't feel like you're good enough I think happened. So a lot of people when they're starting out and I think that stops them from starting. It's also painful when people don't see results for the first two to three years or so and what I would say is a good example of this is Gary Chuck. He doesn't particularly teach as much as he just. He just had a camera guy following him around d rock and he was just documenting every part of the journey on his team chop things up and that would be sources content, and then he would realize that now he's you're saying this like I don't have to think about all the content I need to produce because just living my life I'm being me he's being very authentic to himself. So in the very beginning, is there any way you can document especially if you become really really successful and people can see from the very beginning there like Even more. It doesn't matter how crappy your video your equipment is how bad you sounded the beginning while people are going to appreciate the raw ethnic you and then they're gonna see your journey another continue to follow you because they're interested in senior story people. Dave Chapelle said people don't follow comedians because they're funny. They follow comedians because they're interesting and so how can you be interesting? You document your journey, you get stronger and stronger don't give up an I feel at that point success has given. So yeah, and what you'll find is throughout your journey. Joe Come through a lot of things that can help you become expert without you realizing as he had a bigger audience, you may be asked to be interviewed on other podcasts. He will may want to interview. You may end up doing speeches at conferences. All these things will help brand your salt and make you be seen as experts, but it doesn't happen overnight and when I look at companies like groove h q a lot of people don't know but they documented their journey and eventually became super successful Gary Banner Chuck was undoing Wine Library. TV. Back. In the day for so many years spitting wind. He wasn't like I know wind better than anyone else. He was doing a show until just telling people what they feel about. You know wine in how it tastes like I remember he was on Conan one time he's again this is how it tastes like a song with dirt try chewing Konin and stuff like that wasn't near just trying to be an expert who is more so distinct this is how it is. This is how I get to know why is this is how I relate to? Overtime people like Oh, Shit your expert. You know this? Really well, it wasn't because he's saying he's an expert he's documenting his processes tasting wine, and at the same time, other people start interviewing. Esam to speak our conference getting known. That's what really helped him up over the years as well. If you even look at Logan, Paul you look at Pudi Pie, you look at Casey Nights, lot of them. They are just kind of even Graham Stephan to he's actually Graham. Stephon Stephan Show where he reacts to things actually he teaches but the the other three people I talked about before again Casey nights that Logan Paul, these types of people they're just

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Will Pay for Quiet: Communication Apps Silence Your Barking Dog

Business Wars Daily

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Will Pay for Quiet: Communication Apps Silence Your Barking Dog

"Oh. Me Sorry I didn't mean to disturb you. That's just my ruffles. The sort of distraction you've probably gotten sick of after months of doing conference in video calls from home right. Outside an office it's hard to keep those remote meetings professionally quiet. I mean these chips do taste good. And that can be in some cases embarrassing at worst it can shut down an important meeting. No one wants to lose a big sale because construction workers jack hammering outside your door. Or you know one of your coworkers is. Eating ruffled. Okay NFL that that brings us to a pretty new category of APPs that seeing a big pandemic boost noise canceling none out the kind of noise cancelling built into headphones, but software based artificially intelligent noise canceling APPs. The one getting the most buzz these days is called Crisp with a K.. The Small San Francisco Company says it's APP works with more than eight hundred other APPs on your iphone, tablet or computer. There's a limited time free version and a power user tear that costs one hundred dollars a year. Now Chris claims its atkin remove the hub of an air, conditioner or vacuum cleaner. WHAT CRISP CALLS CONTINUOUS NOISE! You can also use it to suppress intermittent noise the bark of your German shepherd, or if you're lucky, the angry screams of your kids fighting. I say that, some what sarcastically, because human voices can be hard to silence after all annoys, canceling APP has to understand which voiced, preserve yours and which to mute, there's. Crisp says you can also suppress background noises coming from someone else, which is something that some other noise cancellation technologies can't do. Crisp and other AI powered noise, suppression, APPs, or particularly interesting as competitive weaponry for videoconferencing businesses right now, millions of us are desperate to get rid of those annoying background sounds, and that means that the company's fighting to host your virtual meetings or starting to use noise cancellation as a competitive advantage, take zoom Google meet, and Microsoft teams for instance zoom has built in noise cancellation, but anyone who's ever been on a zoom Webinar knows it's not exactly. Awesome. How often have you heard annoyed facilitator, ask, we'll whomever is eating dinner. Please mute their Mike. UNACCOMPANIED BLOG POST CRISP, says users can the after their zoom calls and improves zoom's own noise suppression that could work for some who were both patient and technically inclined, but millions of news zoom users are, neither they're using the platform because they have little choice, so Microsoft teams trying to woo users away from zoom is taking a different approach Microsoft says it will soon embed. The Chris powered noise canceling APP into Microsoft teams. That's a big deal for Microsoft spite to catch up with zoom. By this Spring Zoom had more than two hundred million daily participants, according to venture beat at the end of April teams had seventy five. Five million, according to research firms to Teesta, and then there's Google meet which is also trying to catch up to zoom. Google made meat free to anyone with a google account back in late April at that point, it had one hundred million users half that of zoom venture beat reported, but for Google the pursuit of noise cancelling technology isn't new companies. Engineers have been developing noise cancelling feature since two thousand eighteen engineers in Google Stockholm office began considering it because of their own frustrations, holding teleconferences with people in many different time zones, particularly irksome to the Europeans were midday calls with Americans for whom it was early morning the. The Americans would eat breakfast skull. The kids and otherwise caused distractions. Google's surge, Chapelle told venture beat. It took a couple years to get to do I write the company added. It's D- noisier to Google Meden. June behind a feature that seems simple to users as sophisticated engineering and many development decisions for instance developers have to figure out how to teach the artificial intelligence engine to learn the difference between good and bad noises as I mentioned. You want the technology to keep your voice, and you also want it to block airport announcements or your spouse watching TV in the next room. Well, AI learns from your data, but as As we know from plenty of controversies around smart. Speaker supposedly listening in on conversations, this can pose another problem. No one wants companies eavesdropping on their calls both Google and crisp say they're preserving users privacy Chris says it's APP, is installed on your devices and works locally. Google says it encrypt data privacy, and some heavenly quiet sound like it could be remote work nirvana, but experiences with noise suppression vary so hey, if you try crisper, the noise cancelling features of Google meter Microsoft teams will let us hear how they're working for you in the meantime count on more and more conferencing chat, and even gaming platforms to promise. Quiet.

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How Sasha Merci and Dee Nasty Found Their Comedic Calling

Latina to Latina

03:25 min | 1 year ago

How Sasha Merci and Dee Nasty Found Their Comedic Calling

"So. Do you to know each other? Okay, so my family and her family were friends way before we were even born, so we were always see to their at family gatherings when we were younger, and then we started getting very close in our teenage years. And that's when we find that. We were identical. Identical yes Indian. D- what was Sasha like as a kid? Sasha was very artistic like I remember when I would see Sasha's especially, because when we were kids, we kind of hated hearing about each other, because our parents were kind of against each other like my mother would always be like Oh. You Know Sasha is doing a plane school in her middle school and high school. And I, and then her aunt, who was had would be like. Oh, well, you know D- Get straight as all the time so. Tired of hearing each other about each other all the time I don't even want to hear, but what we started becoming a little older, and we were forming our own opinions about one another I just remember her being so bad cystic always drawing, always thinking always creating. So loving energy always the first thing you would see when you see especially when she was younger well still. You know as a first impression is. She would always argue she has always like loving, so that was how I remember her as a kid. Sasha! What was do you like? D. was very smart like I. Just knew if you WanNa, know something is I d, Goretti, she. She knew facts all the time, so my aunt was telling me that she has straight as I was very impressed by how young she was, and how she was how she was able to articulate herself and I'm like man animal. He'd been an artsy fartsy and I can't even express myself like she. She can, but. One of the things that I do definitely remember as has a huge heart, and she's just willing to help anybody she she's. She's willing to save everybody and that's one thing I admire about her. She's amazing. Do when you were kids. Did you think that comedy was in the cards for you? I knew that it was going to be in the cards. In some shape or form at come from a very funny family, everyone's always roasting each other. And then my older brother also was very into comedy, and there was one TV how I would have to, but he was watching because there was another option, and he at a very early age I knew about Richard Pryor Eddie Murphy. So I knew that I wanted to do it because. It was something that will show my humor, and also my phone very strongly about something where I wanted to just talk about some recently learned the vile that can be a sluice fast, but if you make it into humor, if you make it funny that everybody wants to listen to it. And Sasha for you know. I didn't think comedy Liz. Ever going to be something that I was going to pursue because I wanted to be a singer. I wants to be the next Whitney. Houston and I didn't like her, but I wanted to make songs and. Just, people were always tell me like you're funny like you're you have a for a funny personality or you not to make jokes, and that also stems from my family, because we don't know how to be serious and if anything. That's. Dramatic happens in the family. We always tend to figure out what's funny, but they also put me onto Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy and all these. Great giants that I look up to these these days you know.

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"chapelle" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

2 Dudes and a Chick

1:03:42 hr | 1 year ago

"chapelle" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

Dayton's Road to Pandemic Recovery

WSJ What's News

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Dayton's Road to Pandemic Recovery

"We've been taking a look around the country at how different cities or dealing with the fallout from the pandemic. Today we head to Dayton Ohio unlike other places Dayton hasn't been a hot spot for the coronavirus and the death toll has been low but the pandemic is just the latest in a series of struggles. The city has faced in the past year our reporter Doug Belkin visited the city recently and joins me now Doug Dayton Ohio has been through a lot in recent years even before the pandemic from natural disasters to rising numbers of deaths the OPIOID crisis. Can you tell us a little? Bit more about the position Dayton was in before the pandemic it. It's a fascinating town. It really punched above. Its weight for a long time. Many years ago it was a home of a lot of innovation. The Wright brothers came from there there are a lot of major manufacturing companies and engineering companies that really employed thousands of people and built a Beautiful City in the early twentieth century. The housing stock is really lovely. But it fell on hard times. A lot of those companies moved south to chase cheaper labor and the revenue into the city declined significantly and then they had really hard shock. The financial crisis in two thousand and seven and eight pulled a lot of jobs out that didn't return and then the opiate crisis that was really ground zero. It's a lot of highways going in and out of Dayton and it made it a kind of a pitstop for these drugs and they were just hundreds and over the years. Thousands of people who overdosed from opioids. So they were very hard and then last summer they had a string of horrible tragedies. They had a tornado that wiped out part of the town and killed people they had A mass shooting in downtown shopping district that killed nine people and injured another twenty people and they had a Klu Klux Klan rally Which really hard for the people there so last year was very difficult moment for them and all of that brings us up now to the pandemic and Ohio responded to the coronavirus pandemic with one of the nation's strictest lockdowns how has the corona virus now impacted Dayton and our elected officials grappling with it so the virus itself has not taken deep root there the shutdown or have been very effective or at least the pandemic did not make huge inroads. There's been about fifteen people who've died in Dayton of a city of one hundred forty thousand six hundred confirmed cases so the sickness has been. You know it's the specter has there but the fear was a major problem in the shutdown and the economic implications of the shutdown have been dramatic. And what we wrote about in the story was a lot of of what that's done to the economy to the people in the town to the churches in the town and even to the revenue of the city. And how they're gonNA deal with it and how they're sort of handcuffed because they will have less revenue to keep their social safety net strong so we spoke to the mayor of the City Nan. Whaley WHO's trying to lead the community through this and this is what she had to say. And when since we all become mayors because you can see directly the impact you make you get to make decisions and you have this control but the more you do it the more you realize the less control you really have. So what she's talking about here is the fact that these these tragedies that happened last summer in the pandemic it's going on now are all national and international issues. The handgun issue is a national problem. The racism issue that the KKK was part of is obviously a national issue tornadoes. That came through As part of the change in climate and this pandemic as part of a global problem and one thing that they all have in common that the mayor belief is that the federal response has not been robust enough to help cities and towns and they are ending up dealing with these problems by themselves with much smaller resources than the federal government. Has IT Doug? You also spoke to members of the Dayton community. What did you hear from them about how they're coping right now? So a lot of folks were really knocked back on their heels by the shutdown A lot of business owners you know. Obviously they shut down their businesses and they were concerned that they wouldn't be able to restart them and a lot of folks were laid off from their jobs. I spoke to one woman named bridget. Hadn't who has had to dig into her children's college savings account to get by these last few months. And here's bridget. I think this is going to Their their futures. They're gonNA come out of this with a lot of debt Things that they shouldn't have to endure at their ages. I planned for this. I planned in plan for this so that they wouldn't have to do this and now I'm giving into their college funds just to be able to survive day to day and we know that the people around the country are digging into their children's college savings account to get through these periods of unemployment. This is a national issue. And it's it's playing out in Dayton along with everyone else and a big question that all of us are grappling with now is what happens next when the pandemic is over and and what does our new normal look like. Here's mayor naturally again in what she had to say about that. I do think during the tragedies of Dayton last year I did feel the region really come together to support the city. The city center which was very special. I worry that that could go away. Because of the WACO vid puts people in their corner really fast both politically and like literally in the corner. You know in their home. Dave chapelle lives in that area. The wonderful comedian and he gave a show after the the mass shooting to help bring the community together and to heal the community and one thing that the mayor said was that that's not possible now. People can't gather here show so she asked. How do you heal a community? That's gone

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Chicago - Man Shot, Killed In South Shore

WGN Nightside

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago - Man Shot, Killed In South Shore

"A man was shot and killed while sitting on a porch on the south shore neighborhood happened just before eight tonight at seventy fifth and Chapelle man heard shots and felt pain he was hit in the head and arm and he died at the hospital police haven't released his name and no arrests have been made in that case

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Ohio State's last NCAA championship basketball team reaches a milestone

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio State's last NCAA championship basketball team reaches a milestone

"The sixty Montreal seasons Canadiens ago in Seattle Ohio metropolitans state won its only were unable NC to double determine a men's the basketball Stanley Cup champion championship in nineteen the ninety big ten champion over Buckeyes twenty cruise years ago through Steve their four Chapelle tournament wrote games the book winning by no an average decision margin of in twenty nineteen points nineteen Stanley for sophomore Cup final center Jerry he recently Lucas decided and menacing to self at the publish team's reunion the book after last Seattle month was the granted team is still an expansion one big franchise family sixty years the later significance I of text the story everyone has of increased these guys every due week to the coronavirus and the Spanish I and flu I talked was at its to peak after some World of them War every one week when the Canadians travel by it's train important to Seattle to me for to the best stay of in five touch series with him each team and because won twice we had one such game a ended unique in a tie and but distinct Chapelle notes the relationship players were dropping that like most flies they teams were starting don't have to leave Lucas the game is one of three and talented kind of sophomore feeling nauseous starters on and a squad weak on that the included bench fellow and hall then of Famer some John guy started Havlicek to and be taken Bob knight to the hospital Ron Friedman just Columbus hours before game six Seattle department of health said well there's not gonna be any more games played in this arena so they just canceled the series four days later Montreal defenseman Joe hall passed away from the flu the book no decision the nineteen nineties daily Cup finals available on Amazon I might make you so

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A book details a Stanley Cup final series that was never completed due to a flu pandemic

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

A book details a Stanley Cup final series that was never completed due to a flu pandemic

"The Montreal Canadiens in Seattle metropolitans were unable to determine the Stanley Cup champion in nineteen ninety over twenty years ago Steve Chapelle wrote the book no decision in nineteen nineteen Stanley Cup final he recently decided to self publish the book after Seattle was granted an expansion franchise the significance of the story has increased due to the coronavirus the Spanish flu was at its peak after World War one when the Canadians travel by train to Seattle for the best of five series each team and won twice one game ended in a tie but Chapelle notes the players were dropping like flies they were starting to leave the game and kind of feeling nauseous and weak on the bench and then some guy started to be taken to the hospital just hours before game six Seattle department of health said well there's not gonna be any more games played in this arena so they just canceled the series four days later Montreal defenseman Joe hall passed away from the flu the book no decision the nineteen nineties daily Cup finals available on Amazon I might make you so

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"chapelle" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"chapelle" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Now here's a little social experiment will people still call in to win Michael Blay tickets well they are they going to be scared to go in a crowded space unlock unlock those phone lines I can tell you at the Dave Chapelle show last night people seem quite unafraid luminaries were sold out at Fiserv forum apparently I did not realize they were still so huge huge bad we were talking about who are the biggest bands of rock and roll right now I'm gonna say imagine dragons they've got to be up there that are like current I'm not talking foo fighters who had their heyday in any event we are giving away Michael boucle tickets the show is March twenty ninth I don't know if it's going to go on and I'm just going to be totally honest with you but Hey they're free check it so if worst comes to worst you can recycle active organs talk and text line well you know people are already calling it we'll we'll take color number let's see since this is called cold feet nineteen will take caller number nine right now tell me the man can croon to law start crooning the legend of Sinatra Sammy Davis demar and lives in in my global we go out to the phones again and talk.

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Iowa begins voting and Joaquin Phoenix uses his white privilege

The Breakdown with Shaun King

09:49 min | 1 year ago

Iowa begins voting and Joaquin Phoenix uses his white privilege

"It is election day and you may say well. It's not election day in your state. Because if you're listening to this podcast the odds are are you are not from Iowa because most voters are not from Iowa but I will votes I in the Democratic primaries and today is the day February third where organizers and activists and volunteers from all over the country have been working many for for nearly a year and as all of you know I'm a huge supporter of Bernie Sanders. I'll I'll be with Bernie and the campaign tomorrow. All in New Hampshire speaking all over the state. And we'll have a big event in New Hampshire tomorrow night. But I want to say that I am proud of love. So many particularly young people who put their entire lives on hold for all types of campaigns including many That are yeah no longer in the race that have been working for so long and they fought to get here to this moment and I am doubly proud of all of them who fought for democracy. Who are fighting for progressive values and ideas? I think today is going to be a historic day. It's going to be an I've said this in so many ways is going to be hard to defeat Donald Trump. I I believe that in my bone side I believed it in Twenty fifteen in two thousand sixteen that he was deeply. Formidable Bernie believed it and anybody who saw the rise in what we call populism and saw the energy behind Donald trump critique it of of course we should critique it but also acknowledge it. Donald Trump won thirty states in great part because of the the wave of energy that swept him into office. There's a clip. I'M GONNA play it for you. Hopefully tomorrow I wish I had time to give it to you today. There's a powerful will clip of the comedian. Dave Chapelle talking about when he went out to vote for Barack Obama in two thousand eight. Now they were the line's wrapped around the corner corner and Dave Chapelle lives in rural Ohio and Lives on a farm in rural Ohio. And he talked about how when he went out to vote in in two thousand and eight where you had to wait forever and ever because everybody was out to vote for Barack Obama and he said when he went out to vote in two thousand sixteen any city he knew we were in trouble and he wasn't he wasn't even joking he said I they were pickup trucks everywhere and he said right away. I knew we were in trouble. And he said the lines that existed for Barack Obama in two thousand and eight in that same county. They were there for Donald Trump. And it's going to take that type of energy and effort to defeat Donald Trump. And I think what you're going to see today in Iowa all over the state. I think you're going going to see a record breaking turnout as people show up in numbers like they've never shown before in Iowa I I believe Donald Trump can be defeated in Iowa. First and foremost. But you're going to see people show up you're GONNA see a first time. Voters non-voters Republican Crossover voters independent voters. Show up today to get this process kicked off as we prepare to defeat Donald trump. It's a huge moment and I'm glad we're here But I need us to understand that they are going to throw everything thing but the kitchen sink to defeat this process that Republicans don't fight fair and the only way we defeat. Republicans in two thousand twenty is showing up in such huge numbers. That we can't be stopped and it's going to have to happen not just in Iowa. But all over the country where we break records where people who've been disengaged from politics because they think it has nothing to do with them where everybody shows up because they understand that this is what is going to take to defeat this man and so I'm going to be following and super closely all day today all night tonight. I'm leaving for New Hampshire early in the morning and I'll I'll I'll how try to record early early in the morning tomorrow so that I can talk to you about what happens later today but I'm excited and I'm I'm nervous you know. Obviously because I'm I'm hoping that Bernie Sanders wins this race. But I know that we've put in work I know. The volunteers and organizers have done everything they can possibly do to get us this far and so all we can do is push all we can do is knock on doors make more phone calls engage more voters be better. Do Better fight harder and then just believe that when the chips fall where they made that they will fall on our side. Listen and I have a a clip that I wanNA play for you from walking Phoenix. It was something that he said last night in the UK. And I'M GONNA play it for you right after the break break break up breaks breaks breaks down. I feel very very honored and privileged to be here tonight in. Baptism always been very supportive of my career. And I'm deeply appreciative. Should've but I have to say that. I also feel Conflicted because so many of my fellow actors deserving don't have that same privilege I think that we send a very clear message to people of Color that you're not welcome here. I think that's the message that we're sending to people that have contributed so much to our medium and our industry and in ways that we benefit from. I don't think anybody wants a handout or preferential treatment. Although that's would we give ourselves every year. I think that people just want to be acknowledged and appreciated and respected for their work. This is not a self righteous condemnation. Because I'm ashamed to say that I'm part of the problem. I have not done everything in my power to ensure that the sets I work on or inclusive but I think that it's more than just having senator multicultural. I think that we have to really do the hard work to to truly understand systemic racism. I think that it is the allegation of the people that have created and perpetuate and benefit from a system of oppression to be the ones that dismantle it. So that's on us. You know it's not often that we are surprised with beautiful moments of anti-racism you know almost daily some racist moment barges into our lives where we are disappointed where. We are appalled more. We are infuriated variated because of some incident of of racism that just forces itself right into our world but it's not very often that a moment that a beautiful transparent moment of anti-racism of someone using their you're white privilege. It's not every day that we get to see such moments and this was a beautiful brave moment almond for Joaquin Phoenix. And and I have to say this. It is not easy in this society that expects specs white people to just live as if racism doesn't really exist in just plow ahead day in and day out. It's not easy to stop everything and say I know I just received this award and and Joaquin Phoenix is on stage. It's it's basically the British version of the Oscars and everybody's there the WHO's who everybody's there and he just wins an award for his role in in joker and and says listen. Listen I'm in. I'm embarrassed that in this category and in in this whole award show basically that there are dr no people of color no black folk nominated in these roles and insist embarrassing and and then he says what I love that that I need all of you to get. He says listen. It's it's those of us who have benefited from this system that have to dismantle it

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Andrew Yang receives endorsement from comedian Dave Chappelle - CNN

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Lauren Sivan

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Andrew Yang receives endorsement from comedian Dave Chappelle - CNN

"Comedian Dave Chapelle was going to endorse Andrew gang who is your candidate for the presidency that's right yeah and getting all the way and back then just a rumor someone's angry my pet but now it's official Dave Chapelle has endorsed Andrew Yang for president saying quote I'm Yang gang that's right and there's a selfie that was just posted and I saw the newspaper so it's for

Ricky Gervais doesn't waste any time offending at Golden Globes

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

06:13 min | 1 year ago

Ricky Gervais doesn't waste any time offending at Golden Globes

"I last night the Golden Globe Awards Ricky Jr vase hosting let's take a listen to a little bit of what Ricky Jr vase have the sack hello and welcome to the seventy seventh annual golden globe awards I'm with the device thank you and you'll you'll be pleased to know this the lost time I'm hosting these awards so I don't care anymore I'm joking I need to have a date if you do it in a war tonight don't use is a a platform to make a political speech right you were known positions election the public about anything you know nothing about the real world most of you spend less time in school than Greta from bugs so if you come up it's too late in the war thank you I gin when you called I'm not the regular rates pretty funny last night let's get into with Emily Justin's get call Treader over at the federals had been watching all this very closely and only good morning morning then wow this was a breath of fresh air what happened last night yeah it was really great I mean this is definitely recruiter rage stuck so and kind of what his tradition of the call gold is tennis takes no it he spares no body and that's why he's such a fun house the golden globes by that ask them back on again the group because of like the two zero Lisa from Arkansas or shows good fit for them but I thought lessons with little bit different and he actually confronted Hollywood over her one scene in doctrine for being friends with Jeffrey after he can't really just went down the list and he even went on the thing about big tax you know he said that all like to think you're so work so well but look at the company you work for apple and Amazon and Disney and so this is really have a contract in Hollywood Hollywood on some of its biggest blind spots and right to the face of the clock we close it was really really something to watch so is this part of a new trend that we're starting to see we saw Dave Chapelle come out with a very very edgy special for Netflix and got rave reviews from certain factions but not from others but is this what we're going to start to see we're gonna start to see comedians push back against this woke Hollywood that we say oh yeah absolutely I mean is even saris special but came out last year even the shovel who's really best known for having both performance at the White House correspondents dinner a couple years back her new stand up special actually sort of pushes back on some of the the the new rules political correctness and so I think there's a classic comedian and it is a lot of comedians frankly who are so tired of the new rules that their new specials reflect that they're really starting to concentrate on back in their teens so this is something that we're seeing you know become a lot more widespread I think it shows that the momentum has really turned in the battle against political correctness of within the cultural battles and close critical political correctness because comedians you know there's a lot that were hit hardest by some of the stuff I remember Jerry Seinfeld thank you would go to college campus anymore and so they really have been out front fighting this fight and your vases totally been one of the I. with the greatest comedians throughout last night absolutely requested that yeah but then the palace guards closing ranks I you see websites like vox which is a liberal website they came out with an article in advance of Ricky Gervais is hosting last night and and trying to attack Ricky Jr vase for all of his offensive jokes in the past there is clearly a category of liberal writer and thought leader I guess who is very opposed to this type of breaking ranks yeah it's funny I mean he's already gotten some criticism from the last of them like what twelve hours I've seen a lot of entertainment site hosts some sort of like they're criticizing him basically saying tired schtick it's not funny all those jokes are all the same but I don't think that's how a lot of the viewers the host I think there's a reason that he was asked back to the golden globes especially it's just so funny that Hollywood invite him to basically skewer Hollywood's every give his case it's because it's actually really energy unit called about well so those critiques that it's not funny someone I think we're totally flat and I expect that most people were watching last night were very but the people who were watching last night were not the target of the jokes they were the people who were in on the joke switches which is us we've we've been bemoaning the fact that Hollywood isn't funny anymore Saturday Night Live is another one suddenly in the last couple of months or so Saturday's life has become funny because they're starting to to I guess poked a finger at themselves now they're starting to point the finger at themselves now we haven't seen that in a long time from them so what's happening is and if we remember back to literally go Saturday Night Live remember Christmas episode song lists the cast All I Want for Christmas is you to Robert Muller and it was just a moment of their total perfectly calculation of the lack of self reflection how unfunny become and a year later do you really start to see that self awareness that showing up in some of the sketches and I think the trump era has forced Hollywood to confront some of its insularity and you reduce your interesting moment once the orders that you put the idea was that you guys are qualified about politics because that was on the school greens Greta son Burke it and so I think there's been something of the truckers kind of forced them because there's so much talk about all the stuff that's at the front center of the cultural conversation forced them to kind of record with their role with everything now again that doesn't mean that all of them are listening to Trish are cut Michelle well you spoke a very political acceptance speeches right very liberal acceptance because I mean the show Williams who is reportedly pregnant by the way went on tires that it's about portents of abortion it doesn't mean that everybody's listening but I do think you are start starting a few more people

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Bill Cosby Slams Eddie Murphy's 'SNL' Joke

First Light

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Bill Cosby Slams Eddie Murphy's 'SNL' Joke

"Saturday Night Live saw the return of one of its most famous alumni this past weekend another groundbreaking African American comedian was not happy with what Eddie Murphy had to say about him in the opening monologue Michael it was the first time Eddie Murphy returned to Saturday Night Live and thirty five years he was great to be back here finally hosting Saturday Night Live for Christmas it is the last episode of two thousand nineteen but if you're black this is the first episode since I left back in nineteen eighty four he was joined on stage during his monologue by Tracy Morgan Chris rock and Dave Chapelle but it was a brief joke about Bill Cosby that apparently didn't land well with that comedian who serving time now for sexual assault to make is actually pretty much my whole life now and you know it but if you told me thirty years ago that I would be this boring stay at home you know house dad and bill Cassidy would be in jail even American Bill Cosby spokesman Andrew wide criticized Murphy for the jokes saying in a written statement that it was Cosby who quote broke color barriers in the entertainment industry and quote so that Murphy and other comedians like Dave Chapelle and Kevin Hart could perform the statement said Murphy's jokes were disparaging why it wrote quote one would think that Mister Murphy was given his freedom to leave the plantation so that he could make his own decisions but he decided to sell himself back to being a Hollywood sleeve end quote Eddie Murphy's representatives did not respond to a request for comment

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"chapelle" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"It should remove their a partnership because of their. That's all I'm asking. Do you think you think it's cool that the that the business itself be be monetarily held accountable for their in personal beliefs even though a person are impacting their own business who the WHO held accountable by by everyone that supporting them monetarily consumers consumers his Promo People sponsorship people anybody should all of these people pull away because that business says we're only going to operate with these types of people bull. I don't think it would happen. Consumers consumers consumers right they already already Jewish or Jewish. Yes so so it might because they may not know. They may not know that this company is only work because I'm sure on their website. Are you talking about like the ordering online or something like that person yeah like the the company is not going to advertise on their website Joe. If your gang your black don't come in here well. I don't even know if this is an actual thing that can in happened though if what's natural thing that can happen because there's discrimination laws in place for who does it serve. I don't so you can turn away is a private company. It is because that's why you see all the time. We reserve the right to not serve you so they can say because you came in here. You dress properly. We're not going to serve you could say that but I don't think I don't think that applies to raise though I don't think you could do that does it but it applies to Christian beliefs not not that I was GONNA say Christian beliefs is a different thing and I thought that's what you were going to ask because that would that's what the case if if it was in the Bible and the Christian. I believe that Joe like gay marriage is wrong interracial marriages wrong if that was actually in the Bible. It'd be justifiable at that point. Okay okay okay so but the Bible does say things about gay relationships right which is why that's justifiable in some states so then there aren't discrimination laws laws that prevent people from doing stuff like this now. If that's GONNA fall back on okay well. The Bible says that you'd have to Christian beliefs but has where she fucked up because she had the Bible Oh to support her Christie to believe. I mean interracial stuff you could you could do you know if you WANNA stretch it like you can say okay you can say like like like ham was his descendants wasn't ham like darker skinned and his brothers. I don't I don't know I don't know what he's supposed to be. Christian always put that on me but I am in fact the only meat but I'm pretty sure that there was a story at Ham hit being darker than his brothers and then ham was the one that was cursed right Dan so then they say that all of his descendants within four occurs and they think is going to say that they could try to stay as black people. I can look up after we're done and make sure that I'm not crazy but I'm pretty sure I remember hearing curse so ham brick at Porto Sean but I'm saying she if she really wanted to make this work she could because you can't disprove it. You can just Alex. Let's just say that particular example I believe in the Bible I mean what about stretch a lot of things I read something about like Mormon beliefs of where like they believe that. I may be wrong about this but this is why I saw somewhere that so if I'm wrong I guess only that they believe like the darker you are that that's the more that's the farther away from godliness. You are as you as you do. More good use begin to be lighter and lighter Michael Jackson's every yup. They're they're pure. Perfect now enlarged so like say they're. They're like you're too dark. You can't come in here yet. You're not pure enough yet. Hole so that's saying again. That's stretching it though yeah but I guess category back to. Mike was saying if she wanted to take that and said this is what she's looking at. This is why I believe what I believe. I was wrong. Okay whatever the whole ham parts concurs seekers Kane and not him sorry the lease but the race they that's she so there was a law about Kris believes homosexuality Joie -ality and that certain businesses do have the right to deny their service because of their Christian beliefs right and because that is the Bible they're quote unquote supported by that decision right so that's why I would vache it would be difficult for other businesses to try to find a way to refuse service to another race race because they don't have anything to back the above. They don't have anything to back up their decision right. That's what I was so they can't hide behind Christianity Seattle right the way but they can hide behind with homophobia. Yes already served though I'm not questioning. That is what I'm going to get to is. Is I find it very curious that we're okay with that but we're not okay with other things so if let's say if it was women if they were discriminating against hiring women for certain things and they were using the Bible to support that would that be okay as well. I'm personally not okay with that just to put out there. Yeah I think we all need to make that clear. Even though our hope people listening with no but yeah these are not our believed to be like that we're having a discussion about this think there are companies that still I mean probably all of them discriminate against women of course but that's my that's that's what I'm asking so when you say that they can fall back on the Bible than they're able to slide through OPS. The more it's more justifiable is all by the law but not by us. That's all I'm saying Kay okay. I'm just saying here right. Now I mean I hope that changes. Obviously I mean but that that's just justified justifiable justifiable oh by the law but that wasn't really my question. My question is do you guys think that these companies should be held accountable monetarily meaning should other companies start to pull away because the owners owners have certain bigoted views of other people. Okay yeah absolutely. I mean 'cause if if if you don't support that yeah pull out you don't you don't support their their policies basically so yeah. I'M NOT I don't I. I don't I cannot do what you because that is your policy until you change your policy of not going to do business which anymore so yeah that would then force them to not just fall so heavily back on their religious beliefs and just accept people for who they are and that's interesting to kiss. That's has that happened before to where people pull out in like changed their pockets gives this has their religion argument. Kinda just didn't even matter in the first place then hallway just the same way and if they chained nuts like like you never really the problem that we do. We know that that that's that's the whole question so if not on on religion. How are we saying well. We knew that you were just homophobic and the religion part didn't really have anything to do with it when the religion does clearly really back up the homophobia part so it's like which one are we really even discussing here. Which one are we even chatting can be synonymous though homophobia homophobia in religion religious religious and see. That's why it's like you. You gotTA separate Differentiate Church and state so it's like there are laws in place you can't you can't have that well. You can have their opinion but you can't go away. They can't follow that. If you work for like a public I mean not yeah Public Company for the city or the state or anything but if you have a private business I know that that's that's been like a topic of conversation. Is that okay like are you know. I don't know this is weird. It's very weird and I know like I went to I went to California a couple weeks ago. There like certain places. There's like certain businesses. That'll say like Oh. This is the Italian fitness club or whatever so it's like. I wonder if I cannot could go in there. If you know what. I'm saying like this. Is You know there. Are you know what I'm saying so I'm like. I don't know about that when I saw it. I was just Orland Vegan places did that like Oh yeah if you're not Vegan you different because you're not you're not a pressing anybody pressing. That's different prove it. You're not eating yes. Oh the case that I was talking about. the Supreme Court passed on it. It was a baker who refused to make a wedding lake for Sabe sets couple. I remember that yeah and Water Court ruled that they illegally discriminated against the cake gay couple so it's still kind kind of play out. I think it'd be abolished after after some time which part would be abolished like to discriminate against gay couples. Do you think that's okay for it to be abolished okay. Do you think it's okay for that rule to be abolished meaning. Do you think it's okay to tell a business that you serve everybody even even if they're private business. I don't know much about the private business which is weird because I kind of have probably been but meaning should someone be able to walk in until modest media have to serve to serve everybody regardless of their racial makeup regardless of their sexual orientation regard anything. You have to serve him. If your religious beliefs you buy your religious beliefs leaves. You feel otherwise lie yeah. I think this I don't. I'm glad you put that in perspective. I don't think that's right. I don't think that's right yeah because it's like if I make this choice he i. I decided to run my own company so I can run my own company like the way I want to rent it so odin you come in and tell me. I don't care if this is your company that you built from the ground. You need to serve this this racist white person right here. You know what I'm saying. It's like no I don't. I you GonNa penalize me because I am not racist white person with. It's just a regular old general white person. Should they still be able to tell you that you have to serve this person morally I think I think I'd be more accepting of that. I guess so here's why poses we can wrap it up. You show the time just here's why pose this question because I had a discussion with them with a friend of mine while ago and he's sort of disagree with me. That's fine and I don't think the government should be able to step in and say you have to do. XYZ And this private business that you this rainy but I think but I don't think that that has any bearing on what society as a whole says so. I think that it's it's it's Society's right. Slash duty slash obligation or whatever to step in and say Yo. We disagree with this. We think this is fucked about and we think you should change your polarize right now. Should the government stores that onto you. I don't I agree. I think it's more beneficial oh for the society's community surrounding this business to step up and say we own agree with this and we're going to pick it so to make sure that people understand. Ugh What Your Business Practices are. I think that that's a lot more beneficial than saying well. You're government absolutely should step in and say okay we because then because then I feel like it's dangerous precedent because what if what if you're putting the government like look at trump right now no no no. He's GonNa look like that and say okay. They're denying immigrants. I don't care about that yeah. That's cool with me so I think it's more beneficial to try to put not just pressure. Put more information on the community to step up and say Yo don't support company versus looking to the government to save you. That's that's really where I was. I agree with that because if if forces a more genuine and decision yes exactly versus the first as we think we have to do this right in this book is actually but if you know you get enough people getting behind in ensuring ensuring you like no man you may need to change your thinking a little bit and you have all of these people. Tell you this at that point. It's like damn. Maybe I need to change my perspective on this. I think that's a better yeah. policy may take longer obviously right but you know it's still a better way of going about it. Maybe maybe longer lasting as well because you're listening to actual piece versus. You're listening to this person that you've Never Amanda because you today and you have to serve people you you got people coming out to you or these who are possibly consumers is like okay well. Maybe I need to change my perspective writers or change my policies so yeah. I I agree with that. yeah forcing the state forced on you versus. I definitely would go with Mike. Just a all right. That's going to do it for topics. Is this week. We'll be right back. After this quick break Damn Really Gucci Ladies and Gentlemen Issue Boy Huey Revolution..

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"chapelle" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Mean are meaningless and that's the I mean that's the thing and with regards to Chapelle and with regards to comedy is there he's funny you have to be able to a you should be able to laugh at everything there should be nothing off limits of with comedy I I I I would expand then say more but this this political correctness and social justice warrior ism has just you know gone over the top but they're doing it's a comedy now he's one of the last people I think hold the line I think he is the last person holding the line honestly he's the last person who just doesn't care he's not going to ship house not gonna have his speech modified by these individuals who want to say and they're all these white social justice warriors have you seen I'm not trying to get on the racial identity thing here but hello it is what people do in telling us by a comic what he can say and what he can't say because it's racist or offensive or bigoted or sexist showed up shot up you know what one of the other things good people need to do is to stop and in a damn needed these people stop it these people are what gets me is that the individuals now who are trying to make the determination as to what is good and what is bad in the world have a completely backwards I was having this at conversation with someone recently and I I was even looking at this within the context of like social justice warrior ism and all of that stuff and I and I was having a conversation with somebody about the about this as it relates to the church because it's a phrase that is even popped up social justice in my church even this is at that I'm gonna share with you I've never done this but I'm sure there's something I've been working on just a quick graph that gets into this because all of this comes down to a culture supporting what they end up what they want to end up being policy and to pay that a bit away from the the Chapelle topic which was the intro to get this in here I don't know what it's like I said there are some churches even including including when I go to that they mention they've been mentioning social justice and they've taken it to focusing on it within the context of scripture as well no social justice as is defined by modern culture it's the state distribution of a quality it's a departure from the earliest definitions of this originally which was originally Catholic concept that focused on quality of everybody's burdens opportunities and prosperity guided by the free will of the individual and a virtuous society but the people who think that the state is somehow morally superior to the will of the individual later incorporated the active distribution as they're done by this like giant ghost hand of the state the information was equality each person's merit it doesn't mean equal portions of equity irrespective of merit but it means equity given an equal value to effort effort establishes fairness which is which defines the quality it's the equalization of merit and equity the socialist definition is the equalization of person and equity and merit is a racist and to do that you remove all incentive for ambition you unfairly diminish the equity of labor and it fosters resentment equality is not uniformity with regards to the economic distribution and all that other stuff I'm gonna tell you what to with regards to comedy and with regards to freedom you are always going to have somebody that's gonna say some you don't like you have no right to abridge their speech you were always going to have people in the world are going make jokes that maybe Pete that maybe not PC and get over it a lot of these people their definition of good and bad is to corrupt for them to be able to make the determinations on that first society alright I know we went long we did fit go very very.

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"chapelle" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"I'm sure it is look at I'm okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Chapelle sketch show. Yes, Neal Brennan sure, you know, what I'm saying Donald around and say, I like Chapelle show scouts loved this catch more than I liked Chapelle. So, but I love this class. I give that sketch show. I give everybody who wrote on that credit. A group. Chapelle majority of people don't know that's a team behind Chapelle that helped him write those sketches and their mind Chapelle gets all the credit for that. That don't take away those scheduled like if you like just say we found out. We found that one of the funniest jokes jokes repel show. I don't fucking remember right now Bodey and breasts. Yeah. Yeah. Rigid. Chapelle fine. I don't care. It's not his show. But I understand how TV works. What I'm trying to say is the things we like about you. Right. What have we found at the things we like about Charlemagne? Somebody goes written by Rosenberg. Okay. What have we found out? Then as good. He gave me all that material because you don't got this delivery. Delivery. He don't got his voice. Good. Jimmy dash eight you wasting it. All the fucking happen to think that you would have the same respect. Do you think that we'd be reading books that were from your perspective in this era now? Yes, I'd be like hold on. If that was if he's not the person coming up with these ideas that I'm so drawn to a magnetic drawn to if he's not the person making me think in this way, this completely different while at I care about other things he says if they're not from him now, listen, I think you, and I we don't gotta beat behind our shit. No. We're just bar. That's what I'm saying. So our bars gotta be worked something lyrics enwrap, and you can say whatever you want about. I don't care for our almost meaningless in terms of the consumption of the music, right? And the reason why we know that is because rap went through a stage of a lack of Lear says a mumble rap and the music didn't stop being. But it was no it was the melody in the hooks even though songs. Melody, and the hooks words. The words so even again. You know it. On the radio. No it like you're singing it like, you can't escape it. You ain't you ain't pooping. Scooping poop, all the words. You're not in the club. You got in the club box. In bre like you're not wondering like prime pom Brown. Prime firm berms say. Not. But we don't we don't go around Sarah in the street. We don't and you know, it's it's totally get what you're saying say is the most important part of music thing that compels us the thing that moves us. The reason why there's genres of music that have existed for thousands of years without lyrics is because the thing about music that moves us is the melody and sound. Yeah. But you still gotta have word like don't that. You still do? You could say by classical record. Tchaykovsky? I don't know..

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"chapelle" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"At a shabila but i i beano i don't know if you know this or not bell many colleges currently have a particularly hostile environment toward non politically correct um entities to the point that such comedians as dave chapelle i think seinfeld as well a said that they won't performing surgery performer colleges and so basically the stocky series is interested in talking to me at naqa about um about the the environment and whether or not i'm changing my material or changing the words that i'm using to appease the audience and i the call went really well but like the other thing is like uh you know i'm almost wonder if like i didn't give you know because you always like when it's that kind of thing you want they wanna a really dramatic story from here in my dramatic story is like growing up and fundamentalist korean agreement graham during the holy laughter revival and said that is interesting to them but in terms of like me being super pc or anti pc i don't really feel like i fall into either of those um those categories ins and i was kinda trying to explain that but it's interesting 'cause it's like they can't be like was so do you feel like you have like you can't say those things and i'm like i'm like i told him was like if if a college chooses not to book me based off of any joke that i'm going to say in front of them and i don't want to be at that college anyway i was like i'd rather performer colleges where it can develop relationships with them over the next few years and be able to perform at them you know year in a year out and then develop an audience in their in their college and.

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"chapelle" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"At a shabila but i i beano i don't know if you know this or not bell many colleges currently have a particularly hostile environment toward non politically correct um entities to the point that such comedians as dave chapelle i think seinfeld as well a said that they won't performing surgery performer colleges and so basically the stocky series is interested in talking to me at naqa about um about the the environment and whether or not i'm changing my material or changing the words that i'm using to appease the audience and i the call went really well but like the other thing is like uh you know i'm almost wonder if like i didn't give you know because you always like when it's that kind of thing you want they wanna a really dramatic story from here in my dramatic story is like growing up and fundamentalist korean agreement graham during the holy laughter revival and said that is interesting to them but in terms of like me being super pc or anti pc i don't really feel like i fall into either of those um those categories ins and i was kinda trying to explain that but it's interesting 'cause it's like they can't be like was so do you feel like you have like you can't say those things and i'm like i'm like i told him was like if if a college chooses not to book me based off of any joke that i'm going to say in front of them and i don't want to be at that college anyway i was like i'd rather performer colleges where it can develop relationships with them over the next few years and be able to perform at them you know year in a year out and then develop an audience in their in their college and.

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"chapelle" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"At a shabila but i i beano i don't know if you know this or not bell many colleges currently have a particularly hostile environment toward non politically correct um entities to the point that such comedians as dave chapelle i think seinfeld as well a said that they won't performing surgery performer colleges and so basically the stocky series is interested in talking to me at naqa about um about the the environment and whether or not i'm changing my material or changing the words that i'm using to appease the audience and i the call went really well but like the other thing is like uh you know i'm almost wonder if like i didn't give you know because you always like when it's that kind of thing you want they wanna a really dramatic story from here in my dramatic story is like growing up and fundamentalist korean agreement graham during the holy laughter revival and said that is interesting to them but in terms of like me being super pc or anti pc i don't really feel like i fall into either of those um those categories ins and i was kinda trying to explain that but it's interesting 'cause it's like they can't be like was so do you feel like you have like you can't say those things and i'm like i'm like i told him was like if if a college chooses not to book me based off of any joke that i'm going to say in front of them and i don't want to be at that college anyway i was like i'd rather performer colleges where it can develop relationships with them over the next few years and be able to perform at them you know year in a year out and then develop an audience in their in their college and.

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"chapelle" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"At a shabila but i i beano i don't know if you know this or not bell many colleges currently have a particularly hostile environment toward non politically correct um entities to the point that such comedians as dave chapelle i think seinfeld as well a said that they won't performing surgery performer colleges and so basically the stocky series is interested in talking to me at naqa about um about the the environment and whether or not i'm changing my material or changing the words that i'm using to appease the audience and i the call went really well but like the other thing is like uh you know i'm almost wonder if like i didn't give you know because you always like when it's that kind of thing you want they wanna a really dramatic story from here in my dramatic story is like growing up and fundamentalist korean agreement graham during the holy laughter revival and said that is interesting to them but in terms of like me being super pc or anti pc i don't really feel like i fall into either of those um those categories ins and i was kinda trying to explain that but it's interesting 'cause it's like they can't be like was so do you feel like you have like you can't say those things and i'm like i'm like i told him was like if if a college chooses not to book me based off of any joke that i'm going to say in front of them and i don't want to be at that college anyway i was like i'd rather performer colleges where it can develop relationships with them over the next few years and be able to perform at them you know year in a year out and then develop an audience in their in their college and.

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"chapelle" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

Pop Culture Palate

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate

"Yeah so i i don't know mm yeah it's hard to say well it's dave chapelle actually even talks about this was most recent special where you know somebody a he said something i don't know the whole story you'll have to watch the special but uh he said something on stage that made it sound like he oh he said that trump was gonna win the election uh before the election started another reason why said this is because he lives and uh i think it was ohio which is one of the swing states yeah so he he went he had to do an early vote because he was going to be out of town during the election day and when he went to do the early vote on scheduled day uh he saw all kinds of people that he knew with voting for trump and now he he he had this information is like a man you know trump's gonna win the election and some one but he took that out of context and made it sound like he was supporting trump and you know in that was not so uh another example was uh he he he was doing some crowd work and you could tell that these people were you know he he focused on these people because of the fact that they they didn't seem to be enjoying the show and uh they in he knew that they were uh that they were people of color so he asked you know what whether nationality was and she was a he was a uh she was chinese and he was uh of mexican descent and he said damn your kids are gonna be the hardest working mother fuck is on the on the planet and this woman filed a lawsuit saying that you know he doesn't understand the realities.

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"chapelle" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"When i read this a chuckle did you chuckle so i'll read it this is at first i along with a lot of other people was really excited to see dave chapelle head released two new comedy specials on new year's eve but unfortunately that excitement quickly turned into disappointment after hearing some of his tonedeaf jokes in one of his sets released on netflix chapelle addresses the our myriad myriad what's your word myriad yet thought it was married of this myriad sexual harassment at the myriad sexual harassment allegations against lewis k only he doesn't take the side of the victims in he calls one accuser abby cash shush cash could nightmare i dunno name a brittle as spirit and says the allegations make him laugh all right that's like their little opening monologue with his when they get into what he said one lady said louis tse k masturbating in front of me ruined my comedy dreams chapelle says of sketch nurse word will then i dare say madam you may never you may have never had a dream come on man that's a brittle spirit that is a british last spirit that is too much this grown ass woman in chicago bulls world women should expect mena jerk off on them at work it's just a part of chasing your dreams now he never said that let me point that out he never said admits should be the jerk on one hour in ever said uh and i never saw this but in which they just quoted from him he never said that he also mentioned the scat nurse claims that c k masturbate in on the phone with her i know that sounds fucked up this is a cool i know that sounds fucked up i'm not supposed to say that but one of these ladies was like louis tse k was masturbating while i was on the phone with him chapelle says bitch if you don't know how to hang up a phone how the fuck are you going to survive in show business if this is an actual obstacle to your dreams in quote.

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"chapelle" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Need to wake up because these days we're doing and it also the saints sad selling white people look how ridiculous dish it is the way he blended it the way he melded a black called show why culture all mixed in gathers swirling around every fucking hilarity and comedy that's would diminish about it was he was known for having strong methodist yes of course he's intelligent days of he's a brilliant fucking black man but he's not go wasn't he's not yet ready for that is that given credit for that because when it a give it to democrats let it they did it about wipe you don't actually listen to it you don't actually pay attention so the pair it on this day after everything that i do say dave chapelle quick disapproval show this is a question i want to act while conservatives was a one bitch monin and whine and cry and about where he said bian offensive guess who owned all the ship progressive guess who ran all this shit progressives guess who ran days to pale off the fucking air and to fucking at brcko driving him bucking crazy china take all the conservativeness out of his comedy progressives so you would bitch mona a wide and about the conservative content day he was deliverance of black people there you can't get your fucking message to and the people were pay cut off their access the funding because he was in progress progressive enough for them.

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"chapelle" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"He said that because what day show super sale was actually china's say that was that all he was fighting for rich people a day chapelle is rich he may be black but he's rich so he'll be to what the best benefit for donald trump's policies that the pool white people with actually putting them into office right you know i didn't hear what he was talking about like election our first hearing about it that's that's that's interesting that that's a day and i wa i watch you keep that in your mind okay keep that part of your man that is the clip that played on friday so i watched the whole with special on an odd new year's eve so i know the entire context of of of what it was about bubble full we go inside at i watch huda i wanna make a couple of points about dave chapelle in and of itself and the first and foremost the capitalist experience the go out get it the understand in a maturity the need for forgiveness backed with responsibility to speak righteousness liked all of that is in days chapelle he is one of my favorite entertainers at the watching his career he is educate me so much so he is like one of my favorite people in the world i don't care a he has a a political opinion i don't care if his political ping a uh varies from mine he will still be what am i favour entertainers like he's that one and then people the where i could be like he says something that i don't agree with so now i'm not going to watch him anymore like no fuck you i'm gonna washed today should rails special when it comes out i don't give a fuck what he said that's the cat that's how i feel about day chapelle he's counting of growth watch numbers world that category for me and do you remember like right we we we love most of us i saw him a halfbaked and that of course that became a black uh cult classic but most of us know him a really know.

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"chapelle" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Well i did the same i own hours supposed the hang out with a family but they can go out the way they things was supposed to but it was enough of us to um som it said to have a good time all but specifically we have this thing that we like to do when we get together we like to watch comedy specials together you know what i'm saying this like one of the most are comfortable times for us and they didn't use the be uncomfortable used to be a lot of fun but all now is kind of i'll comfortable because we watch black media's and most of the time you noted the black comedian is going to be a democrat and they're gonna make fun of republicans and so now everybody cava cautious to laugh at the jokes because i'm sitting in a row so this year was no exception if you did in the air and you you probably are you probably we are days before it actually habit because it was on a new shows on our friday uh they were talking about that they have pulled this one little clip out and i'm talking about the day chapelle netflix special and that was released on new year's eve we watched it and um they pulled out this one low clip of it and it was about uh dave chapelle where he said that he was standard ally he said we would devote four bomb it was a whole bunch of black people there so he knew obama was gonna win so when he went this time to vote it was a whole bunch of white people of it all but two of charlie you know pickup trucks is shit like day was a whole bunch of black people so he was like oh shit like i really you know i'd always grab it is it so he's like up soon and i'm listening to the white people on like trump is gonna do this was trump is will do that for us he a dave shapiro said no he's that fight for you he's fight for me.

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"chapelle" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"There's a long time ago two thousand what is it first episode aired o3 otari okay i am ship pow bangladesh and ninety three i remember chapelle beam that movie robin hood men in short men tides yan'an insights and you know what he had development when i was doing commie four years ship powers already us on his way to be a star they just could not find the right vehicle in the ninety professor one use no he was doing movies is in con air but they were trying to put him in a fucking tv show a b c game deals he had a bunch of fucking deals and if i'm not mistaken was shot a few pilots that just yet a pilot with some by greg kinnear somebody the by away they just could not find the perfect and look at they found the he found the witnesses brennan in a sketch out calmly black show tell the truth you know stories tunnel withdrew charlie murphy 'em meal so he turned the whole culture round a man if you look at his show this not fucking black people jumping up in that area young ziyadeh black people all jump in been so let's look at a guy like that he's been doing tommy since the eighties relati 80s ladies you know e but this good because he just got out easily met for thirty years guys he lived there for thirty years what are you i mean that's experience as a vase experience and ended the time i don't want to say i haven't seen the calmly store special but the first one has all the first quake opens the taco how good he is was very enter which is fucking tremendous because it's not what you say it it's how you say okay who was very brilliant as i was looking at its magang to my so the way he say that he stay on the show he's not alone the yeah he's not why is that good he's not mine he knows the of the said he mesmerizes you recognised mirage you like no comic as in the last twenty years he has a different persona told you know what i'm saying.

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"chapelle" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"America and they said they had over and bugs and like burn i think a big share we we um film all of the interested show vignettes and the opening sequence the end whether ended thing is going to be a really massive deal in in like a and the theater may be vignette outside but but in any case i'm just thrilled them so excited about that sounds against absolute bonanza on their it's going to be huge all of the like all of the ideas for the the the the really big stands are are are major and even the stand up you just can't ever be left without like mindblowing footage cut into it so it's just like a kind of a doc you comedy marriage of my two world is some really cool i'm excited i'm really creative different shut their that's what it has to be the world the everything worried saturated with with communist which one was competition you like even netflixing until until next year net flex has like a heavy heavy hitter every week of notice like with dave chapelle you guys seinfeld chris rock like me all the like alan heavy like really really big wins so sir i like the idea of from the director of jackass he likes his march just crazier then the next fog and level of crazy and really moore people in with all of the the jack assery i'm genuinely win over when they get there with the standa genuinely excited we go to show you she i would love to having as their iphones levin but let's let let's stop with all the montage no promotion i i'll came home manpreet that i mean like when i first met you for the for somebody else i didn't realize the you're were doing stand up a habitat areas how's it going like it's been it's been so great man i uh.

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"chapelle" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"chapelle" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"America and they said they had over and bugs and like burn i think a big share we we um film all of the interested show vignettes and the opening sequence the end whether ended thing is going to be a really massive deal in in like a and the theater may be vignette outside but but in any case i'm just thrilled them so excited about that sounds against absolute bonanza on their it's going to be huge all of the like all of the ideas for the the the the really big stands are are are major and even the stand up you just can't ever be left without like mindblowing footage cut into it so it's just like a kind of a doc you comedy marriage of my two world is some really cool i'm excited i'm really creative different shut their that's what it has to be the world the everything worried saturated with with communist which one was competition you like even netflixing until until next year net flex has like a heavy heavy hitter every week of notice like with dave chapelle you guys seinfeld chris rock like me all the like alan heavy like really really big wins so sir i like the idea of from the director of jackass he likes his march just crazier then the next fog and level of crazy and really moore people in with all of the the jack assery i'm genuinely win over when they get there with the standa genuinely excited we go to show you she i would love to having as their iphones levin but let's let let's stop with all the montage no promotion i i'll came home manpreet that i mean like when i first met you for the for somebody else i didn't realize the you're were doing stand up a habitat areas how's it going like it's been it's been so great man i uh.

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