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Gallup CEO Jim Clifton: What Is the Plan for Southern Border?
"I want you to remind I want to remind you about this that I've told you about before on page one 29 of American Marxism I want to remind you about this and then I want you to think about it in the sense of the entire world Jim Clifton chairman and CEO of Gallup asks here are questions every leader should be able to answer regardless of their politics How many more people are coming to the southern border And what is the plan He said there are 33 countries in Latin American the Caribbean roughly 450 million adults live in the region Gallop asked them if they would like to move to another country permanently if they could A whopping 27% said yes 27% said yes This means roughly 120 million people would like to migrate somewhere Gallup then asked them where they would like to move of those who want to leave their country permanently 35% or 42 million Said they want to come to the United States This doesn't include the continent of Africa doesn't include the Middle East It doesn't include the far east Just south of the border Seekers have citizenship or asylum are watching to determine exactly when and how is the best time to make their move When how is the best time to make their move I included this in this book I finished this book one honey April And I just found this So this is half a year ago Give or take In a talk come true
The Democrats Try Taking Advantage of LatCrit
"This is Lackritz lack great preachers. There really is no such thing as the United States sovereignty because America is bigger than just the United States. And besides, they argue, United stations. The real interlopers. That's you. Those crossing the border by the hundreds of thousands of the actual indigenous Americans. The Democrat Party hopes to benefit from embracing the movement as it counts on wave after wave of illegal aliens. Subsequent grant of amnesty is one of the ways Which it seeks a permanent hold on power. The Pew researchers reported. Latino voters favored the Democrat Party by a significant margin. Almost laugh when people say Well, Trump made a lot of inroads with the Latino vote he got, like 40%. You know what? Ladies and gentlemen 40% to 60%. That's a slaughter. Jim Clifton, chairman C of Gallup s here the questions every leader should be able to answer regardless of their politics. How many more people are coming to the southern border? What's the plan? There is a 33 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Roughly 450 million adults live in the region. Gallup asked them if they would like to move to another country permanently. If they could a whopping 27% said Yes. This means roughly 120 million people south of the border would like to migrate somewhere. Gallup, then asked them where they would like to move of those who want to leave their country permanently. 35% of 120 Million or 42. Million, said they want to go to the United States. 42 million. Seekers of citizenship or asylum, are watching to determine exactly when and how is the best time to make their move. In addition to finding this is writing a solution for the thousands of migrants currently at the border, Let's include the bigger harder question. What about all those who would like to come? What is the message to them? What is the 10 Year Plan? 330 Million U. S. Citizens are wondering. So are 42 million Latin
"clifton" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"Hear my mama's voice. It gets me every time. I have the capacity to recognize small beauty and small things. Celebrate all of that. And i think we give ourselves permission to recognize the miracle of us being here. Everything is celebratory. Not only the things that tried. Kill me and failed but even the fact that you know. I haven't driver's license and i can go somewhere from onto the things that we take for granted. Nothing should be taken for granted absolutely nothing and all of that. I celebrate..
"clifton" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"To hear my mama's voice. It gets me every time. I have the capacity to recognize small beauty and small things. Celebrate all of that. And i think we give ourselves permission to recognize the miracle of us being here. Everything is celebratory. Not only the things that tried. Kill me and failed but even the fact that you know. I haven't driver's license and i can go somewhere from onto the things that we take for granted. Nothing should be taken for granted. Absolutely nothing and that i celebrate..
Family of 21-month-old boy wounded in road rage shooting in Chicago speaks out
"21 month old baby boy that was shot in the head yesterday afternoon and what police believe was a road rage incident on Lake Shore Drive, said late last night. They think the youngster may be okay. And then he'd already had surgery. Clifton Marvel is the boy's great grandfather and told reporters. He'd like to have a sit down with several people in an outside of Chicago City government believe chief chief of of police police Somebody Somebody over over active active listening listening to to set set a a meeting. meeting. Where Where does does yours? yours? I'm I'm into into me me and and my my family have some ideas. I don't think three on some of this violence, which morning Chicago Police have reportedly been talking to a person of interest in the shooting. Georgia's
Pastrnak's 3 goals lead Bruins past Flyers 7-3 at Lake Tahoe
"David Foster not completed his second hat trick of the season by scoring with two fifty six remaining in the Bruins seven to three outdoor win over the flyers at Lake Tahoe Pasternak scored in the opening minute of the first two periods before registering his second hat trick versus the flyers this season they sell side one timers on thoughts are harmful go to so I use guys just try to get it on that and you know it's always it's always a good start out the game and the score for shift than on it okay get on the ball right away Charlie Coyle Trent Frederic at Nick Ritchie scored in the one thirty nine span late in the second period to give the Bruins a six to lead Craig Smith Brad Marchand John Moore and Connor Clifton each had two assists in Boston's first win in three games I'm Dave Ferrie
How To Make A Name For Yourself As A Junior Product Manager
"Even if you're a new product manager the chances are great that you have something amazing going on to be hired as a product manager in the first place that means. You're some kind of unicorn your interesting and accomplished with lots of skills and a resume that has compelling experiences an impressive educational background most likely and diverse interests and skills. But i'm going to talk about something different. We're all unicorns as product managers unusual and rare compared with other roles in the company even in life. But we're all still different from one another obviously so. What color is your unicorn. And what i'm talking about is what are your particular talents. Aptitudes and strengths that differentiate from other people even other product managers now. We often use the concepts of strength. Talents aptitudes special sauce superpower to mean roughly the same thing and that is the way that you see the world were act within it. Think and so on that are kind of unique and unusual to you and special and often. These comes so easily to you that it's hard to believe there's anything special about them. I always think about people who can draw and people can draw and think that it's pretty easy to teach other people to draw because they just show them how they learn to draw but the fact is. If you're somebody like me. Who really has challenges. Withdrawing doesn't matter how easy it was for someone else to learn it. They can't teach me how to draw. I just can't learn. This is something that i know about myself. I've tried multiple times. The fact is that usually you're aren't actually the best judge of your special talents. Because they seem so normal so obvious to you like the drawing talent for somebody who can draw now. Often were very aware of our weaknesses. Like i'm very aware by weakness as being able to draw very well. When i say strengths in this context though i'm actually using that as a technical term meaning the clifton strengths finder assessment. It seems to be a meaningful assessment of a person's strengths. It's definitely more meaningful than something. Like the myers briggs type indicator for example. And so. i'm going to talk in this episode about how to find out what your strengths are in this context of the clifton strengths and then how to make use of your knowledge of your strengths. Which you probably don't have if you haven't done this assessment yet to figure out how to make a name for yourself.
"clifton" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"Means things like for example. When i was a young executive i was i. Wilson protested procrastination with something that is certainly suffered from. I wanted things to be perfect. And by the way perfectionism. I'm procrastination all quite highly correlated. Apparently with imposter syndrome. Because he won't things be great. So actually what. I discovered as a leader. I would share with people. I was coaching or mentoring. And say do you know. I wasn't good at this in my early executive i was not good at this and this is how i got over it which is just getting some things down getting it down. You can come back to the next day and edited and on but just get going with it so this thing about coherence is really important day. Pretend deal saints people. I want to lead this organization. If for example you don't understand the language of finance. How organizations work if you're not communicating and presenting yourself in the way that does yourself justice it needs to be coherent with who you are who you want to be and then leadership is about how you lead your own brand it how you're producing content. How you becoming an expert. How being restless and curious about what's happening in the world constantly stretching yourself moving forward. So i found these to be really interesting and useful ideas and characteristics again to china. Yourself with I think that the fussell mainstays If you don't care about yourself ceo strengths. What you'll get out what you're not good at and frankly all goals in life that it's quite difficult to be a great leader of those. I would always stop there. Yeah he gets so true. Which means we have to get. We have to work on our cells enough to know what to do with that little voice on our shoulder that you were talking lottery. You're right and and for that reason. In fact quite honestly that's one of the we get we get many books. We pitched many things to have on the show. And when i saw the but well. There's really two reasons why you're here rita. There's lots of reasons..
"clifton" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"The brand which is the most important asset an organizing idea for both businesses and also for individuals. So i am excited about idea. And then i came cnn. Cha became chairman. I was unable to do of a plural things. Non-executive type directorships. And i find. I found that fascinating city on the other side of the fence. Healthy organizations of all kinds. Move forward as you say i. What with many non for profits nonprofits. i guess in great paul. Those have been in the sustainability in the green sector safe. I've always had one foot in the sort of corporate stroke commercial count on the other foot in the green and sustainability camp and the great thing about today is actually they can live in the same feel they can live in the same organization because kelly. We are all taking sustainable issue. Very seriously I end up paying with a a portfolio of directorships and started businesses and led businesses. And so on. And frankly what i wanted to do was to share what i've learned from lots of that stuff a an id. Before i shuffle this mortal coil. So that's why thought. I better get the book written. I've spoken to groups of people over time too young executives and to pay groups and so on and shed my story shed my learnings and i wanted to really get out to a broader audience. And and hopefully help a few people believe that they can end up running things or believes they can do more than maybe they think they can. I think believe is a big key to our conversation today. It's a key to the book so the book is called. Love your impostor be your best self flaws and all we're talking with redick lifting the book everyone. Everybody's you're watching. But here's here's the thing. This book is about this idea of the impostor syndrome that whole little lead never used those two words and so i'm curious let's start there let's start. You've told us about why you wrote the book but do this. What is the impostor syndrome from your perspective. Well they most to syndrome was originally conceived in the nineteen seventies candy believe and it was conceived because a psychologist was it research group of high performing women. And what they found was the women at. She felt that somehow they didn't deserve to be where they were. But after that wave wave of research highlighted. That wasn't just something that women felt guys felt exactly the same. And what's more about seventy percent of people say that. They experience the impostor syndrome at some time in their careers or their personalized and that goes up to about ninety percent in the creative industries. So this is something that actually stops spending like syndrome and thing. I can no part of being a human being. We can all feel exposed. We can all feel worried about what we can do. Something and someone's going to tap on the shoulder at some point and say you know you don't really deserve to be here you perhaps might step aside for someone who really knows what they're day and all i'm saying in the book is jerusalem was all mistake thrown right. That's absolutely right. And so. I just thought this is such a normal human thing and i want to reassure people that this is normal human thing..
"clifton" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
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How to Run Effective In-Person and Online Workshops with Dr. Isabeau Iqbal
"Welcome to episode number eighty of the ground blogger podcast. This is the podcast for helping them exchanged the world through online business helping you by giving you the tools and tips strategies. You need to build an online business around your research experience and your background around the change. You want to make in the world. I'm your host doctor Crisco. It is episode. We're doing interview on how to run an effective in person and online Workshop to do that. We have back on the podcast. Dr. Iqbal from he's the boat, and we're really excited get around the podcast. Dr. Iqbal. Thank you for coming back on. Thanks Chris for having me back and really happy to be able to have this conversation with you today suppose you have been listening to the last couple of weeks and months. We had a table on an episode 74 the podcast talking about starting a coaching business as an academic her background their her story about how she started her her business where she coaches ambitious perfectionist dead. And around the higher education space talk about her journey things like how she finds clients and just overall some ideas around how to build up a business as a coach some really important takeaways there were around focus on doing just that make sure you get the skills actually be able to build a business what you're doing. It's not just coaching people you have to do but you have to actually sell services and build up an infrastructure there as well with certification a lot of other important topics as well. I want to get Isabelle back on for a couple of reasons to talk about this process of online workshops. So reason number one is that Workshop facilitation. I'm not exactly sure why but maybe she can can point out but seems to be a place where a lot of academics start there entrepreneurship journey. I think they probably have some skill sets in this already and they start doing and finding a good at it and they kind of built this up as a home service offering it they can do at other universities. The second kind of reason is if you're doing one-on-one coaching like, you know all the coaches who had on the podcast for it started with then moving dead. More towards as many to one model moving more towards workshops where you can teach and coach and help multiple people at once seems to be a place that that coaches and academic coaches in particular seem to gravitate towards as well. So in this episode over and talk about why should you consider adding workshops to your business model and talk about what are some of the common key components around planning and effective workshop and delivering an effective Workshop or how how to keep paging aged and maybe even more importantly if you want to keep the business running keep an organized there's happy and what this does look like as we transition in the space over in today to online more online learning more online workshops more online events. So as always, you know, the transcripts of this podcast episode at gravatar.com. Eighty. That's 801 probably pull out a cheat sheet with tips on running and planning effective Workshop from this intervention download at that link as well. So Isabelle we covered your kind of story your backstory while you got in the business how you build your business over the last number of years and episode 74 taking this one will probably just jump right into why wage In your business. Do you include workshops as part of your your business model? Sure. Yeah. It's pretty much what you were saying just a few moments ago. So initially it was really because off I have experience and comfort and designing and facilitating workshops from my career as an educational developer at a university teaching Learning Center. And I really enjoy Sylhet ating. So it seemed like a natural place to a natural thing to to include also as I talked about in that previous conversation that we had. I was initially trained through a tool called the Clifton strengths assessment and that approach is really focused. Well, not only on individual strengths but also team's strengths and team collaboration. So it did seem also like a really good fit with with that approach and then of course in terms of Revenue wage So what you were saying just a few minutes ago again was around. I do the one on one coaching and then to have an offer where I could also offer request with groups. It helps me in terms of having more reach and more impact in in that way to that makes a lot of sense and I have seen this come up with folks are inside the self tanner Community people they worked with and coaching where you if you're doing one-on-one services and it doesn't have to be coaching. It could be website design. It could be any sort of service of that your your business office told there's a there's inherent maximum roof. You can only you know work so many hours in a week. Hopefully, it's less than than fifty sixty seventy. Eighty. If you're if you're doing things, you know the wage like to see and maybe less than forty or Thirty if you're really dialed-in and sure you can charge more but charging more is also a tough one cuz it's not, you know charging 30% more is pretty hard to do age. Turning sixty percent more is even harder to but the end of the day, how do you charge you know, ten times or a hundred times more it's hard to do on 121. You can really move into these other models. We can serve more people at one time exactly wage. Yeah, so someone's just getting started and they're thinking well, I I do have some skills and workshops. Like you said, I understand some of the tools and I'm interested expanding into this. I think we zoom out to sort of rain this, from what are the key components around planning and effective Workshop where the pieces that we we should dive into in the rest of this conversation. Yeah, because the planning is so crucial to say you are running effective workshops. So I have eight suggestions around planning effective workshops. And the first is to to learn more about your clients need so often I'll get a phone call or an email and it'll be a really vague requests. We'd like a workshop around strengths and that dog Tell me a lot. So one of the very first things I do is request a phone meeting where I can find a little bit more about what the client is is 1:15, and that is so so helpful find things about you know, who the participants are going to be their age their backgrounds their education, whether they know each other down there strangers. So those bits will really help with the with the planning and then another part around client needs is how do they want to work together? So some people want to be more involved and others don't and I think that it's really important to to know that up front because it will help ensure their satisfaction with with the process. So that's that's one piece and I'm not sure if I should pause if you have follow-up questions or questions continued.
"clifton" Discussed on SWU Soul Stories
"Welcome to Southern Wesleyan University university chaplain Kendall, and it's great to welcome you here to be a part of this conversation with d Clifton woman who has been a mentor to me and my Ministry early on in my career and and up through now has continued to be a mentor to me and we're just so excited that southern Wesleyan University that we are rolling out. The D Clifton would master of science and counseling psychology. And so we just want to talk with Clifton for a little bit today and and get this wise man's words on a lot of things that he can help us with so, and thank you for for being here and thank you for doing this and allowing us to the name this program after you I hope some of the wires will come out. So, okay, that'll be great job. Would be great. Let me just say in Nineteen Eighty-Four. I went to Lexington North Carolina to Pastor Emmanuel Wesleyan Church. And when I got there I started looking at the history of the church and I found out that that Clifton had pastored their first price. That was your first Pastor that was the churches first and churches first pastor and that was offers pastored. So I have a tent you did. That's right. I don't know out there on that corner of it. And so when I discovered that I said, I need to get in touch with you called you came you did a family life seminar for us. I think it was a Sunday morning Sunday night and Monday Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday since then you have encouraged me you encourage Jane and our ministry, and we're just indebted to you for the great wage. That you have that you have encouraged us and and and been there to cheer us on this we've gone through some of the things that that you went through as a pastor's. So tell me tell me about your calling thumb to Ministry. How did you experience you're you're calling to go into Ministry? I guess you say my call in the certainly somewhat different than a number of people had no. Dramatic call like like saw, you know, but there was just a growing Consciousness and by heart that this is what God wants you to do and yet through all those years to be honest. There was always though a little bit of and build wage there because as I proceeded my mind went more toward and my desires what more toward one-on-one than one of the congregation and feel that really my my best Ministry was with individuals and small groups as.
"clifton" Discussed on The Atheist Experience
"Let's try Josh in Tennessee. Area There Josh. Hi, this is Josh. You're almost got mad. How are you josh? Hi. I'm. Just wanted I. Actually my life wanted me to call in <hes> she's. She's an atheist. I'm. I'm a Christian and so you know. <hes> so she's she's. She's really on top of her. Bible, knowledge and <hes>. And <hes>, so we're always kind of you know. She's trying to prove God and I'm trying to prove that it's it's the. So her. <hes>. <hes>. Yeah I just I just kind of I kind of feel like there's so many. Different personal experiences with with God. <hes> that that kind of Kind proves that. That he does exist and Even, we can't see him. <hes>. But we can certainly. Feel that he is, he's around and in my opinion. How would your wife respond to that <hes> she? Basically. Just says that. You got to prove it. and. You mentioned you mentioned personal experiences. You mentioned personal experiences with God I'm wondering if you could give an example of a personal experience with God, and how you know that it's a personal experience of God, because there are people who claim personal experiences with all kinds of gods and with alien abductions and other. How do we know that because you've experienced something that you think is an experience with God that you're right? Prayer and <hes> just going kinda going through the motions. Basically, it's you know when obviously everyone has their hard times and everyone has has good times, and I'll let me fallen on hard times. Read you know we. Just. My personal experience I've. You know there's there's <hes>. You Know God is always proven himself to. You. Know to help me. In the end. So any struggle that had. been really me down completely <hes> but I've always. Came out better on the other side yeah. So I understand what you believe happened when I was Africa's. How can we know that's what happened like? You think that God has helped you God spoke to you and you've had some experience God's help you in trying times. How do we show that that's true? Not just you think that God has helped you in those trying to. Well, it's I guess. It's. You. Get that feeling I. Don't know you ever heard of. God bombs like Kinda like the. migos! was bumped channels. You just kind of just get that overwhelming feeling that he's there and yes, so for the record I'm a former Southern Baptist who was going to be a preacher, and who has stood in church, and while praising and singing I've had God bumps goosebumps. EUPHORIA BEEN ECSTATIC convinced that I was in the presence of Holy Spirit. But that's what I was convinced at the. And when investigating and it turns out that I can't demonstrate that that was true. There's no good reason to think it was true. So a couple of occasions here of asked you. How would you know that this is true? And you just keep coming back with the you're convinced. I mean how could all all? It's got jumping because he may have a different take on this but Hawkins. Scott and I know that when you experience God, you're actually experienced God, and not just saying you're experiencing go. I guess that's based on on. <hes>. You know it's a I would say we you have the. Believe in the Bible and I consider the Bible history, but it's. <hes>. Don't did all the way from <hes>. From the old Old Testament New Testament sold. It's basically basically history book. and. <hes> you know a lot of the things that? Happened in the Bible reaching kind of some. You can use in our personal experiences and. <hes>. And I and I do I. Do know that my wife. I obviously pointed out the scriptures that are you know are bad and stuff like that and I get all that you know what about the ones that aren't true like when you go to genesis and the order of events in creation, don't match up with what science says. The order of events would be. Doesn't that Kinda show that that's not accurate. I'm I san as far as you know <hes>, but we really don't long. What really happened in the beginning? So I mean, but we know there was never a time where there was one man and one woman <hes> whose names we knew who were. The originators and progenitor of the entire human species. We know that's not true. Well, we don't. Do, go ahead Scott? Yes. Sure so a Josh a couple of things. Stood out in in what you said. Was that <hes>? You know based on your experiences? Whenever you've had a hard time, it was God that lifted you up again. Are you familiar with? Confirmation bias this this this biased that we do where we kinda count hits and ignore the MRS, when it comes to interpreting data in light of what we already believe like like. If you're driving on the road and you have this, you have this belief that Asians are bad drivers right anytime. Somebody cuts you off and they happen to be Asian you'RE GONNA. GonNa go see see I, told you. Asians were bad drivers, but you're exploring the hundreds of times. Somebody cuts you off and they're not Asian or the hundreds of times. Somebody doesn't cut you off and they are Asian do. Do you know that that concept where we we kinda? Pick out what fits with our previously existing worldview when we ignore the rest. On my idea I mean I i. See what you're saying that. You know yeah, so. Do you think it's? Possible that the your doing that. I mean when you say that every time you've had a hard time in life God lifted you up again. Is it possible that you're remembering all the times that maybe you prayed and you felt like that prayer was answered, but you're forgetting the hundreds more times when you're having a hard time and God didn't answer you, and maybe maybe you explain that away. Away by saying God works in mysterious ways or got has a lot of people to take care of or God wanted me to learn a lesson from this, but doesn't it seem like we live in a world? That's indistinguishable from God, not existing at all. Would you be saying the same thing if you were a refugee family in in Saudi, Arabia or <hes>? You see what I'm saying.
Matt Dillahunty & Scott Clifton: Christian Husband and Atheist Wife
"Let's try Josh in Tennessee. Area There Josh. Hi, this is Josh. You're almost got mad. How are you josh? Hi. I'm. Just wanted I. Actually my life wanted me to call in she's. She's an atheist. I'm. I'm a Christian and so you know. so she's she's. She's really on top of her. Bible, knowledge and And so we're always kind of you know. She's trying to prove God and I'm trying to prove that it's it's the. So her. Yeah I just I just kind of I kind of feel like there's so many. Different personal experiences with with God. that that kind of Kind proves that. That he does exist and Even, we can't see him. But we can certainly. Feel that he is, he's around and in my opinion. How would your wife respond to that she? Basically. Just says that. You got to prove it. and. You mentioned you mentioned personal experiences. You mentioned personal experiences with God I'm wondering if you could give an example of a personal experience with God, and how you know that it's a personal experience of God, because there are people who claim personal experiences with all kinds of gods and with alien abductions and other. How do we know that because you've experienced something that you think is an experience with God that you're right? Prayer and just going kinda going through the motions. Basically, it's you know when obviously everyone has their hard times and everyone has has good times, and I'll let me fallen on hard times. Read you know we. Just. My personal experience I've. You know there's there's You Know God is always proven himself to. You. Know to help me. In the end. So any struggle that had. been really me down completely but I've always. Came out better on the other side yeah. So I understand what you believe happened when I was Africa's. How can we know that's what happened like? You think that God has helped you God spoke to you and you've had some experience God's help you in trying times. How do we show that that's true? Not just you think that God has helped you in those trying to. Well, it's I guess. It's. You. Get that feeling I. Don't know you ever heard of. God bombs like Kinda like the. migos! was bumped channels. You just kind of just get that overwhelming feeling that he's there and yes, so for the record I'm a former Southern Baptist who was going to be a preacher, and who has stood in church, and while praising and singing I've had God bumps goosebumps. EUPHORIA BEEN ECSTATIC convinced that I was in the presence of Holy Spirit. But that's what I was convinced at the. And when investigating and it turns out that I can't demonstrate that that was true. There's no good reason to think it was true. So a couple of occasions here of asked you. How would you know that this is true? And you just keep coming back with the you're convinced. I mean how could all all? It's got jumping because he may have a different take on this but Hawkins. Scott and I know that when you experience God, you're actually experienced God, and not just saying you're experiencing go. I guess that's based on on. You know it's a I would say we you have the. Believe in the Bible and I consider the Bible history, but it's. Don't did all the way from From the old Old Testament New Testament sold. It's basically basically history book. and. you know a lot of the things that? Happened in the Bible reaching kind of some. You can use in our personal experiences and. And I and I do I. Do know that my wife. I obviously pointed out the scriptures that are you know are bad and stuff like that and I get all that you know what about the ones that aren't true like when you go to genesis and the order of events in creation, don't match up with what science says. The order of events would be. Doesn't that Kinda show that that's not accurate. I'm I san as far as you know but we really don't long. What really happened in the beginning? So I mean, but we know there was never a time where there was one man and one woman whose names we knew who were. The originators and progenitor of the entire human species. We know that's not true. Well, we don't. Do, go ahead Scott? Yes. Sure so a Josh a couple of things. Stood out in in what you said. Was that You know based on your experiences? Whenever you've had a hard time, it was God that lifted you up again. Are you familiar with? Confirmation bias this this this biased that we do where we kinda count hits and ignore the MRS, when it comes to interpreting data in light of what we already believe like like. If you're driving on the road and you have this, you have this belief that Asians are bad drivers right anytime. Somebody cuts you off and they happen to be Asian you'RE GONNA. GonNa go see see I, told you. Asians were bad drivers, but you're exploring the hundreds of times. Somebody cuts you off and they're not Asian or the hundreds of times. Somebody doesn't cut you off and they are Asian do. Do you know that that concept where we we kinda? Pick out what fits with our previously existing worldview when we ignore the rest. On my idea I mean I i. See what you're saying that. You know yeah, so. Do you think it's? Possible that the your doing that. I mean when you say that every time you've had a hard time in life God lifted you up again. Is it possible that you're remembering all the times that maybe you prayed and you felt like that prayer was answered, but you're forgetting the hundreds more times when you're having a hard time and God didn't answer you, and maybe maybe you explain that away. Away by saying God works in mysterious ways or got has a lot of people to take care of or God wanted me to learn a lesson from this, but doesn't it seem like we live in a world? That's indistinguishable from God, not existing at all. Would you be saying the same thing if you were a refugee family in in Saudi, Arabia or You see what I'm saying.
"clifton" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Have to call click to you guys got it you got it covered what are we supposed to find out about the I'm kidding actor I hate injector okay yeah but does a lot of the same things do apply to Clifton and that has to be be sure you interview whoever you're going to work with and have specific questions and things are very important and I know I had the thing I want to talk about briefly in that estimate of whether it's with Jim Morris sabar whoever used that estimating so important now is there just briefly in estimating is there any cost at all so the potential client of or is it always complimentary or or for you know what we estimate we don't charge for SO there's no true price right yeah I would imagine if you if if so click to would come out and give the estimate and then you're subbing it out so it's all in your one price yeah it can be it can just be under R. one contract and then it would go through the bond with it in that our money is in the bond so the homeowners can protect it is sometimes a homeowner just wants to pay for it on their own they wanna said that house all right over here to have a whole minutes already reverted renovated new year later they can just maybe just call Clifton private dog they do that yeah or when we were building a house that the the the sticky part is if we're building a house or renovation and they hire Clift in to do the the pool there has to be clear on who takes a permit out for the lexical all pump who puts down the slab little concrete slab with a pool equipment goes let's just say you're not that you're not doing anything on it can they somebody just call absolutely yeah because there's a license for so if they call in to give an estimate I guess I'm getting as like with your home when you mention all the sudden you have this blue rock right I think that's super important to not only be extra because yeah that's clipped I guess she's been around for a couple of years thirty years polls yeah and when he goes to give an estimate he'll probably as opposed to somebody who may not know the area as well may give an estimate that soul we didn't know there was this blue rock that's gonna take and I'm sure it's extra labor and what is it that's definitely extra and and like hollow has a lot of coral hello most everywhere you're going to Holyhead coral and sometimes it's only like a eight inches down and it is white coral and it so then if you put a pull in there which we did and a couple house we built there you have to break out the coral so the estimate has the position they need to know what they're doing yeah the yeah so if you get up I don't know there's not that many pull guys around and they're all pretty much real but you know realize one's here and and they kind of know what's going on here it's only going to get a guy in a pick up truck who's going to come out do a pool for you auger or something like that would say okay it's thirty thousand dollars and then you know the two shovels into the yard is all get out to be another thirty dollars yeah with the pool companies that I know of they all know they kind of all know and they will address that with the homeowner yeah that's good okay good no it's not something I'm not a homeowner a handy man can do it right you know you had to make it put you know a new front door and or something but he can't go not to be billed bill they couldn't but then you'll probably be colorful got to Yasser while this is this is a little off yeah clearly a lot of information about this Clinton will be invited hopefully he'll join us and in the meantime you can contact Richard Curcio and Jim Bixby and Jim all the contact info for you please.
Atlanta - DeKalb County to distribute 1,200 food baskets during drive
"Twelve hundred families are about to be fed courtesy of DeKalb County the state agriculture department and Georgia farmers county CEO Mike Thurman says this Friday will be handing out twelve hundred boxes of produce and twelve hundred bags of fresh chicken to families struggling in the face of the covert nineteen pandemic we won't people in families and individuals who struggle with food insecurity to come out we'll be able to serve twelve hundred individual family but please only one box per family per vehicle the food distribution starts at two o'clock Friday afternoon at two locations there will be hailed the stadium at twenty eight seventeen Clifton springs road in the case of Georgia in Harlem for the stadium thirty seven eighty nine memorial Coliseum in Clarkston Georgia according to Thurman to dekalb has budgeted three million dollars in cares act funding to help mitigate food and
COVID-19 Antibody testing goes hand-in-hand with testing for coronavirus
"So with this antibody testing it helps us know who's immune but Karen don't we also need to ramp up the testing of the people who are still getting sick exactly antibody testing goes hand in hand with testing of the actual virus because you need to know whether you're still contagious even if you have the antibodies there are actually two researchers Dr Clifton Lacy who's in New Jersey doctor and former health commissioner and David L. to rock a New Jersey entrepreneur who are looking a few steps ahead they've developed a personal registry that will be able to tell employers maybe businesses or restaurants who can safely be allowed back to work through a simple Q. R. code you can show on your phone so they're looking to pilot this in the state in the next few weeks and hoping that it can be a model of Ross the country Karen Yi reports on New
The Harlem Globetrotters
"The Savoie ballroom was a jewel of jazz age. Chicago theatre opened in the nineteen twenties just before people in the United States were hit by the Great Depression which left many Americans poor and hungry throughout the difficult time. The Savoie was a place to find joy on the south side of Chicago. The building was regularly filled with residents from the largely African American neighborhood. Who gathered to dance to some of the biggest stars of the day count basie Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong? Were just a few of the people who banged out. Tunes as people jibed across the giant DANCEFLOOR. Dancefloor was so big that it actually doubled as a basketball court for the Savoy. Big Five in the late. Nineteen twenty s the five-man team hosted games to fill the slow nights in the ballroom. A young man in cab. Calloway would sometimes seeing during halftime but back then basketball wasn't very popular people cared about contests like horse racing and boxing baseball. Not The five on five game that depended on getting a ball through a hoop. It was a long way from the sport. We know much slower and much lower scoring than today. This team from Chicago would eventually work to change that. But they're Savoie audience could never have guessed how at some point. There was a dispute among the players of the Savoie five and they broke up. Three of them led by Tommy. Brooklyn's start a new team and rename themselves. The globetrotters it was an era of barnstorming. And when not at the Savoy they set out from Chicago to tour the Mid West region of America there were no organized leagues of teams and players in the Nineteen Twenties and thirties. Instead semi professional teams would travel from town to town and earn money playing teams from whatever town they were in sometimes. Businesses might have a team of employees so a barnstorming team like the globetrotters might play against some guys who had spent the whole day assembling cars canning vegetables or even driving taxi caps. Other Times barnstorming might play a team made up of members of a religious group. The House of David. Those guys never shaved so they played basketball with beards down to their bellies. Making James Harden's beard look like a five o'clock shadow soon. A young Jewish immigrant named Abe Sapper. Steam entered the picture with the globetrotters. Abe was a terrible basketball player but his other skills were valuable. He knew a lot of people who did bookings and many of these towns and more importantly he had a car these five teammates and their manager. Abe would pile into his model t like sardines attend camp and hit those cold slick winter roads. It was the nineteen twenties and they understood that random people in random midwest towns might be surprised to find that all five members of the team coming to play their local guys were African Americans. There were very few professional sports comprised of African Americans at this point so they decided to alter their name to help people know what to expect at the time. The most notable and best all black basketball team was known as the Harlem rent which was short for the Harlem Renaissance in the Nineteen Twenties and early thirties. The New York neighborhood of Harlem was an epicenter of black culture and it was a time referred to as the Harlem Renaissance. People knew about these incredible artists and musicians. Who lived there along with the writers like Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston so the globetrotters who were very much from Chicago? Ask themselves how do we make ourselves sound dignified worldly and clearly a team of African Americans the Harlem Globetrotters? Will it matter that? We're not from Harlem that we've never tried it around the globe new super nope cool. Let's pile into a small unheeded car and go beat some people in basketball and they did just that it was remarkable. How good they are. They beat nearly every team from Wisconsin. Illinois Iowa anywhere else they went then they pile back into the car and head on down the road to the next game throughout the nineteen thirties. The team built up quite a reputation. They might have been the best basketball team in the world. No one agrees on how the famous tricks came into the game. A popular explanation is that they'd slip into the fun and flashy dribbles and drives after they safely put plenty of points on the board against their opponent. This did several things one it entertain the audience. Once the actual threat of competition was gone. No one wants to watch a blowout so a fun. Show of tricks kept the locals entertained but also no one wants to watch their local fellas get trounced a group from the city coming in and wiping the home team can really anger a local audience and the Harlem globetrotters new. This trick plays would thrill any crowd and win them over. The focus slowly became not about the final score but about how much fun it was to watch these incredible athletes and their astonishing an often humorous approach to the game. I we win. And then we cloud Abe Saperstein once said now most people agree that the real clowning didn't start until a man named goose. Tatum joined the team. Goose was an incredible athlete. Who could put the basket ball through the hoop with ease? But he also had a keen eye for comedy he found inspiration and funny movies and carefully watched the acts of clowns and other entertainers his favorite gags would show up on the basketball court. Sometimes goose would tiptoe over and pretend to spy on the opposing team's huddle all while making sure the audience in on the joke other times he'd hand the refs at trick ball after a timeout upon dribbling the ball. The referee grow angry because the ball never bounced back up. It just plopped devoid of air on the ground. Sometimes goose would disappear from the court altogether while the game continued only to be found in the audience eating popcorn. He even had a bit where he would pretend to be knocked unconscious on the court. The refs in his teammates would try everything to wake him up. But no amount of shaking or poking prodding would open his eyes. It was only the smell of his own Stinky Shoe. That would get him back up on his feet again. Much to the disgust delight of the audience in Nineteen forty-eight Abe Sapper Stein was with a friend who just so happened to own a basketball team called the Minnesota Lakers. The Lakers were the best team in the brand new professional basketball league which would soon become known as the NBA. The League did not allow black players on any of their teams regardless of League affiliation and regardless of the color of the player skin each man believed his team was the best in the world. They'd never meet in a league as it was so the natural solution was to stage an exhibition game between the Lakers and the globetrotters. It didn't seem so to the men at the time but game between an all white. Nba team and an all. Black semi pro team would prove monumental. Eighteen thousand people came out to watch which was easily twice. As many people as most professional basketball games would attract the time. And despite the fact that the Lakers star center who stood six speed and ten inches tall was seven inches taller than anyone else. On the court. The globetrotters one on a last second shot. It was a powerful moment. The next season those Lakers would go on to win the National Championship. But when they played the Harlem globetrotters a second time for a second exhibition between the two teams. The globetrotters came out on top yet again. The following year the NBA ended segregation and three of those same Laker Whooping Harlem globetrotters Chuck Cooper Nat Clifton and hang designee. Became three of the I four African Americans to join the League and play professional basketball. This was nineteen fifty three years. After Jackie Robinson had broken the color barrier in baseball the globetrotters still continue their entertaining shows today. Keeping the spirit of barnstorming alive. They get a lot of credit for how they support communities and bring joy to so many and educate kids about health. But it's easy to forget about how important they were in integrating professional basketball. They now tour and play with just one team often known as the Washington generals according to most sources the globetrotters have beaten the generals over sixteen thousand times. How many times have they lost though? That question is harder to answer. But it's just a few. The most recent globetrotter loss was way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy one when both teams lost track of the score when clock expired. The generals were ahead. That was not supposed to happen. And people expected the GLOBETROTTERS TO WIN. And it's usually agreed that they will today. It's all about the show the fun and the love of basketball not the competition. This is what made that loss. So shocking reports from nine hundred. Seventy one SE. The stands were filled with silent shocked faces and even a few crying children. Luckily it's been smiles for all since then
Judge to issue written opinion on whether to drop murder charges against Catherine Hoggle
"Still waiting for a decision from a judge in another high profile criminal case in Montgomery County the attorney for a woman has been indicted on charges of murdering two of her children argue the law requires those charges to be dropped Jacob and Serra Hoddle were just two and three years old when they disappeared back in twenty fourteen for the first time doctors at Clifton T. Perkins hospital have said they do not believe that Catherine horrible can be made competent to stand trial in the near future he tried for as long as they came in she is now presumed to be non restore defense attorney David Felsen Montgomery County state's attorney John McCarthy argue that there's still two years left until of five year deadline that it is premature for the the court court to to do do with with the the issue issue of of restore restore ability ability judge judge Robert Robert Greenberg Greenberg said said he he had had to to make make a a momentous momentous decision decision and and would would issue issue a a written written opinion opinion soon soon in in Rockville Rockville male male organ sting WTOP news
"clifton" Discussed on The Bernie Clifton Podcast
"Interested in you. Tell us all this great. We're here and it's the podcast would just a new year starting so tell us while. We're all the BBC in London. It's very exciting actually. Because we're actually going on the one show to talk about the new series of crackerjack which obviously you know a lot about is you're on a number of years and yeah we bring getting back on a hundred come out. Your central exit went when you said exhorted Exxon excellent exciting team hundred you too. I mean so me amount. Uh on a talent show called pop idol sixteen years ago so we were seeing is originally But we we got great bungle became friends and we put together as a jewel after it released a couple of singles but we fell into present in by accident and have never looked back story. A when was that true talents. He says three three. Yeah so things are really when you you think of your journey from two thousand and three for all the all the things you accomplish and you got all insisting that you want to be part of my podcast. It's the they see this is it. Would it go wrong now. It'll boils down to this man. I'm telling you okay. Well listen. I'm very thrilled to me. Thanks for a moment. I've gotta go out my principal Caros waiting something. Great to be on Bernie Clifton Park I. I don't want to put words. But he is is great to be burning this podcast. It's an honor and a privilege. Thank you very much I actually did but the words and you make a massively. They'll be okay and to to my listener but Wallis once a month in a phone box in Sheffield okay and I actually read books station all right and just ring the number and they all answer. I wish you all that you do. Thank you thank you for your time. Wonderful Salmon mark the new presenters of the new series of cracker. Jack and I encourage anyone who hasn't seen the new series finding on the on the on the and I play it'll be streamed is on. CBC and of course there is no Friday. It's five to five it's crackerjack anymore because everyone's streaming and listening different. I'm watching a different times on the of course I mean cracker Jack. Was it just a great show but aw kind of like a product of very different time in the sense that when the world stopped a Friday afternoon and everyone finish work can have family sat down together. Gather with one screen in the house and enjoyed that so it was. It became very traditional. And how you know that was the big kind of like cabaret family. Entertainment payment sort of show that. How do you think crackerjack returning will fare in an inner in an age that so different I think come I think crackdown do really well from what I've seen the opening episode because it was out and out variety the production values were very very high? And I think when I when I do pantomime I worked two families. People want spectacle people can see on the screen almost anything whereas whereas in terms of watching crackerjack on the screen. I think that'd be mightily impressed in the opening episode of which we were part there was a fire. Iraq like a Circus Act. The went truly quist. There were sketches. The it was right across the board it was out out variety and I think there's a generation honoration of people that haven't been served. Well then what television house to offer which is out and out variety. They've been starved. Thyolo bear the hasn't been scratched or they just you start another. They've got the edge. And I think I think crackerjack will will fill that void so you think they would just punch through anyway. It's it's entertainment. It's great great entertainment and I think I think families will love grindstone will always find a home. So what if you got next one of the great things about my business as the fact that when you meet somebody that you've you I met thirty forty years ago and you haven't seen the for ten years it's inches if it was a week ago. It's as if you'd never been apart you can pick cope in September sheer on the seafront at Eastbourne born. I met my old buddy hilary. O'Neil you listening Bernie Clifton podcasts. And I'm here with my old friend Ole put you know we've been together now for forty years I worked out. Of course I'm referring to make Miller. Hello MC Arthur. Well it's nothing like make she freshens. You Are Hillary O'Neill's live and I'm thrilled for you. To be part of my podcast. Really exciting time few. You're down indicates a podcast going down with the kids. Yeah let's let's talk about enough about me. Let's Talk About Hillary O.`Neil now you'll from Surrey and I know that people I'm from Kingston as kinks called Kingston people from. Let's think of another ten people from Richmond. Call themselves. Richmond does not make you a good old. Ming went on that. We can't believe yes. I live near a town called gardening in salary. But everybody's familiar to me in Great Britain because of what so many different places to eat moving. Do they keep moving. This is fantastic. Because I'm senior. Her long-time Hilary O'Neil here on the C.. From an expert on a beautiful fourth beautiful sunny afternoon I can see the person on the other side just taking the hubcaps off. You call and you told us what you're up to so the reason we're here is because you've just done a sensational afternoon chat charity event which you stoned and which. I'm so proud because I was instrumental in in suggesting Zuma did but I haven't had any with my lunch but instruments I did not forever. No you did me proud. Wonderful Charlie benefited. Thank you so much for doing that. Yes we so we at the I am currently cruising and I got about eight cruises. The sheriff got four more left. This season A little bit less work as a stand up comedian and impressionist on. Sing a purely for two reasons. I've now got into management looking after people's acts and and I was looking off to my mom a little bit more because She she needs me a bit but it's actually a little bit of pilots into my life. I think the businesses fantastic. I still feel the great about what I do. I love the comedy more than anything. A NEW WE'RE INSTRUMENTALISTS DOT meal off did Panther together in some seasons way back eighty one one thousand four and I told you I think I'd like to be an act. How do you become an act and you singlehandedly? Got Me started in the mentality to develop so you could say that I was instrumental. Made me say again. But I won't say say solution what well also mental mental as Stroke Mental Ism instruct the togetherness gentleman's Lewis told me about this new monitoring. This is exciting so seeing things aside and talking money for for your actors is fantastic. He is a nineteen year old comedy. Ventriloquist I can you say that. What can I say instruments but I can save an internal quest because you're moving you look at six days and stringent and his name is Max Fulham and I'm so excited? I introduced him when he was seventeen years old. The visceral brighten. It was put on a show bill by a producer USA who'd seen snapshot of Him on Youtube. Like this young kid just compet and said that I wanted to give him a break. said wonderful introduced him stood in the wings. Awesome thought right. Let's see what this kid does. He stormed his spot on. I remember thinking you know funny enough. We're sitting here eastern on the front here looking at the pair in no. There's machines that you put a pound of something. The grabber for Toyota answer to picks it up and it never succeeds really like but that's mentally what I did with my my brain and Mike Sue my imaginary arm. It's like he is money. It was a defining moment. I haven't felt so excited about seeing somebody. The I knew I had to have a wanted to work with him. I liked him since. Then we've worked together for two years and I've got loads of work doc. The goodwill is coming full generally. How good is his Gordon showing housing nine hundred thousand. The world is he's adorable adorable Bernie. He's got almost the same brain I've been in the business forty one years. You've been in a little bit longer. But he's got our mentality now because he he reads he's watched he's learned.
Enter the Wu-Tang Clan
"Today. We're going to enter the WU. Tang clan I love that so much I was. You May as well have reached across the table and slap me. When you told me I was like? Oh I'm going to do this next and you're like I'm going to do the Wu Tang clan and I was like what and you really did your due diligence. You might have done a lot of research focused all right first of all. I watch the show. Time for part documentary series. Tang clan of Mike's in men came out in May two thousand nineteen It was filmed to commemorate the twenty fifth anniversary of the group. And actually there's also a dramatize who series called Wu Tang in American saga which came out. on Hulu in September twenty nineteen It portrays a fictionalized account of the the formation of the Tang clan over ten episodes but I decided I was going to the source. Yeah I was GonNa Watch the documentary. Good good for you documentary. I read some chapters in some books. Wow I read some websites. I listened to a lot of music primary sources I am I am here for Al.. I am your as of this moment. Just for just for one tiny moment in the blip of the timeline of the universe. Im Your expert on the Tang clan. That's very exciting to me as a CO host most of this podcast that I am sitting in the presence of the current expert of the Wu. Tang clan this is. I can't wait to learn it. You're so right off the bat the term. MC It can mean master of ceremonies which is usually the only person at a gathering that was allowed to use a microphone. It could also stand for microphone controller or Mike Cheka It is also the general inverse skilled rapper and to be a true. Mc means being able to perform under any circumstance to the ultimate performer and an emcee masters. The moment and makes every move appeared deliberate and I realize as I read the definition that you can tell I am the whitest. We are rivaled only by your good friend here Lauren. Also one of the whitest white girl I am very. Are you aware and I apologize in advance. If I mess anything up please let me know and happy to take feedback on this especially because this is a topic that I I that I start from. Scratch basically exactly all right so if you are an expert too and you already own the complete route Tang discography and you have a relevant tattoo. A to somewhere on your person and you just wanted to make sure that I got the names of the members right here. They are so right off the bat. You've Rizza JR izza older. You bastard goes face. Killa La Method Man Ray Kwan Inspector Deck Masekela and you God and then later on you had capitana so now you can go ahead and forward to the sparkly quiz music if you want but if you wanna hear the whole story buckling so picture it. Staten Island late. One thousand nine hundred eighty S. Oh ooh I know your favorite of the boroughs so the Park Hill housing complex which is located in the Clifton neighborhood on Staten Island had become the site of steadily increasing crime crime and drug abuse beginning in the early nineteen seventies by the late nineteen eighties to gain the nickname of crack hill due to the many arrests for possession in or sale of crack cocaine that were taking place place in and around the development. The bulk of the Park Hill neighborhood had been built in the nineteen sixties During New York City's plan for urban renewal projects in the majority of US residents were African. American can the complex consisted of fifteen acres of six story. Brick apartment buildings hearing from former residence doesn't exactly paint the most glowing portrait but kids of all ages in this complex played outside listening to music. DJ -Ing break-dancing Designing Graffiti and doing all kinds of other activities. That would later come to define hip hop so in their early early twenties. Cousins Robert Diggs Gary Greis and Russell. Tyrone Jones formed a group named force of the imperial master later known as the all in together. Now how crew. So Gary and Russell lived in Brooklyn but will come to Staten Island to visit their cousin Robert. Each of the three members recorded under an alias. Gary grace was the genius genius. Robert Diggs was Prince Raquin or the scientists in Russell. Jones was the specialist the group never signed to a major label but they caught the attention of the New York City rap scene through their homemade tapes by nine hundred ninety. One genius and prints were. Kim resigned to separate record labels but the label seemed to have strong armed them into doing some songs that they didn't didn't really feel so for example prince teams for a single was called. ooh I love you rookie. Ladies Man in the showtime documentary shows parts of this music video from nineteen ninety one and it is very nice it is so ninety S. It's so he you know. He's all dressed in early nineties. Ladies have that bright makeup on the big hair and like the shoulder pads and it's like Ooh we love rocky and it's like China he's like yeah all the ladies love me and this is when you listen to his later stuff like that was that was not really his vibe boy. So that didn't go so well for Prince or team didn't go for further genius genius so the cousins refocused their efforts and they give themselves some new nicknames. So the genius became Jessica cheesy pronounce. Gizeh and prints are keen became name Rizza. Oh showers the Russell Jones became older dirty bastard or ODBC R- is said that he knew the best rappers on Staten Island and he wanted to put a home-cooked meal of hip hop of real people. Together there early nineties rise of West Coast. Music shifted mainstream hip hop visibility. Away from New York City and Rizza decided to change all in the early nineties so recipe and collaborating with Dennis Coles who was later known as ghost face killer. They decided to create a hip hop group whose ethics would be a blend of of eastern philosophy picked up from Kung Fu movies. Five percent nation teachings from the streets and comic books so five percent nation is an American revisionist movement which split from the Nation of Islam in nineteen sixty three so this movement rejected being called a religion preferring instead to be known as a culture and a way of life in its teachings are referred to as supreme mathematics which you'll hear over and over you know when they give interviews and talk about you know Wu Tang. They're always talking about the supreme mathematics. Okay cool so Liu. Tang clan assembled in late nineteen ninety-two with Rizza as the defacto leader and the group's producer Rizza an old dirty bastard adopted the name for the group after the film Shaolin and Wu Tang so in contemporary China Chinese martial arts sales are generally classified into two major groups. You have Wudong which is named named after the Wudang Mountains in Shaolin named after the Shaolin Monastery Risen said that Wu Tang was the best sword style of martial arts and the tongue is like a sword soared and so I say that we have the best lyrics so therefore we are Tang clan. Love it the group also developed backrooms for their name including witty unpredictable. Edible talent and natural game okay and wisdom of the universe and the truth of Allah for the nation of the gods. I feel like I've heard that. Yeah Yeah so this is a background. It wasn't like the actual thing but it's fun when they can do that to make it so the group pulled together three hundred dollars to record their first track at firehouse studios the song protect. Your neck was released independently on Tang records in Nineteen ninety-two. The song made them the most talked about new act in New York City's underground and announced a new brand of hardcore hip pop in in the documentary talked to some of their former management. who were like? Okay here's what we did like we would send someone at a record store like ask for the new. ooh Tang Song and they'd be like we don't have that and then they would have somebody else come back in and be like two of us have the new routines and they'd be like no and then somebody would come in like playing the Wutang boombox and people would gather around be like yeah. This is great and they'd be like yeah. Wish you buy some of this so it was like guerrilla me. Yeah it worked. uh-huh course they would also like early on. They would kind of show up at Radio Studios like a colleague Ecology station or something like that with album. You should play this. Maybe we should do that with our podcast. Why haven't we done that? Well maybe not with radio station. 'cause that's the University of Rochester banging on the glass door. Be Like you should thumb drives us. Yeah exactly thumb drive you should play. Yeah podcast I'm your radio station. What I'm sure you're three? AM timeslot is open. Yeah of course. It is so risen the management including his brother divine bovine wanted to make sure that the group's members wouldn't be saddled with exclusive contracts with a particular record label. He wanted them to be able to launch future solo projects so there was a little bit of difficulty difficulty in finding a record label that would sign the Tang clan while still allowing each member to record solo albums with other labels. Okay seve Rifkin. Allowed records agreed need to all of us in Nineteen ninety-three so loud would get the first option to sign a solo artist. But then they would be allowed to talk to other studios so if you were like I'm GonNa go out on my own loud could say okay. I would give you this much money and then you were free to shop around and then still pick is the best thing. That's a nice deal. Yeah it was in. This was pretty pretty rare for those times especially when labels like owned Like decades so signing with records everybody agreed that led to the November remember nineteen ninety-three release of their debut album and Tang parentheses thirty six chambers.
Atlanta Police arrest man for family shoot out
"Atlanta police are charging a man after gunfire erupted Thursday night among family members in southwest Atlanta police report two men and a woman shock all went to the hospital conscious thirty seven year old Nick Tanner arrested Friday for shooting latasha Clifton and German Smith Tanner is wounded and in the
"clifton" Discussed on The Bernie Clifton Podcast
"Of a triumph for me but subsequently many years later only about five years ago. There was a reception the Polish a for the granddaughter. Water routes in which we all went along and we met the Queen and I always kind of a great great hall and the Duke. Okay Buddy boy was he actually lived up to his name as being a quite quite a prickly character turned up front. One of the organizers turned around around stunning and she went. Oh I'm sorry so I didn't realize you were here anyway. I live here and I thought what did I took into waste Bounden. We're trials the back. I got this ten by a black and white photograph of me shaking hands with the Queen. Anne US we're all L. A.. Bit Soda Joey. Joey the Walter Rodgers anything for a laugh as he came down the line to To to shake hands with his old I'm standing next to my daughter who was dying to meet it. A police photograph out and put it under. His nose is black and white photograph of me making the Queen. Excuse me so. Could you get the Mrs to sign this news. He went down the line completely. Blatantly Miss my daughter. She's never forgiven me for that. But subsequently I met the Queen I was introduced to the Queen by by K.. Simmons and one of the Walter Rodgers said you imagine this Bernie Clifton who entertained you a many years ago in the seventies riding on ostrich and she ah she said she's she's tiny isn't she said she looked up at me. Went in ostrich ostrich. Yes Your Majesty. The ostrich is still performing think but much much slower. Isn't it funny. How things do get slow an off? She went and it was a marvelous moment to part of that and to see the the Duke of living up to to his reputation when he was introduced to a group of musicians. Who are you? Where'd you work and one of the musicians? Well is chiefly work abroad sir. Is there like you so I'm going to ask the audience. The podcast in the showroom cinema. Sheffield have any triumphs. Tragedies they'd like to share with us so anybody in the only got little trying for a little charlie gives lady radium the front row Chelsea name. Please Marie Marie trying for transitive. Well it's actually just to go on from what I'm saying is my my husband looked like to cliff in those days. Exactly like pitcher. He was fetched in for questioning that before I was married and all his mates at his work used to call him Sati for years. Wow did you do anything to ultras appearance. When and about NASA anyone else would try and for a church here from the audience? Breath is. What's your name? Please Bruce since I last saw you at your other place now. My Own Radio Feature on Union Jack. Radio is called Bruce on the loose by the semi out to celebrity corresponded to go and get as many celebrity messages possible so I etc do too late find the celebrity list of J.. Comfy Rebecca eligible list is endless. Jason Manford Toby Foster genucel Just you to the list. If that's the right feature on their podcast every so often flooded to obviously to be part of it. So what's it called again. Brick is called Bruce on the loose seeming just staged or anything. Don't panic just just out in the Mission for Union Jack Radio Well. You've heard it all here on the bundle we've had and we've had the beast from the East we've had the pest from the West and now we've got bruce on the loose thanks to our audience. The anybody on gentlemen on the front on the front row wearing yes. Do you ever try for a tragedy for us. Television name Lois from Aston. Come all and my achievements is living this old age. That's I've now preacher. I can tell from the huge discounts of worn around your neck. Yeah that says do not approach armed. The preacher Chelsea is your birthday today. Yeah it is today and putting them in Liverpool accent now so you telling me of it brought up in Liverpool Lacoste living living in Yorkshire. Yes dayo tell us how old you are. No No if do you wanna be sort of essential. I'm into me seventies now seventy two. I must say you don't look so kind you're used to well. I think we should sing happy. Birthday altogether won't bad day to P deeper. Thank you all very much. I really am touched on this very special actual birthday who will take me for lunch. Unreal and of course relieved to hear from your own lips the phrase I am torched we ask our guest for Little Party piece and Andrew. Have you got a party. Peace Forest Forrest. Yes I have now. We've already heard from one gentleman that he's getting on in years as age creeps on. You will find you develop develop a DVD now for those. If you do not know what this is. It stems for H.. Activated attention deficit disorder and this manifests itself offers. Follows you decide to Walter. The garden turned on the hose in the driveway. You look over at your car and decide that it needs washing as you start walking towards the garage feel Keanu equipment you notice. That is male in the hallway. You decide to go through the mail before you wash your car. You put your talkies down on the table. Go through the mail but the bill is back on the table and put the junk mail in the rubbish bin under the table and noticed that the binny's full so you decide to take aac out rubbish but then you think that since you're going to be near the postpones when you take out the bin bags you might as well pay the bills. First you take your checkbook off the table and see there was only one check left. Your new checkbook is in your desk. Joined the study so you go into your study. Where you'll find the can of coke that you've been drinking earlier you are looking for your checkbook but you need to move the kind of quote to one side so you don't accidentally knock Tofu? You notice that the coke getting warm so you decide to put it in the refrigerator. a-rated to keep you cool as you head towards the kitchen with the coca files. A flowers on the window ledge catches your eye. They need watering you. Place the coke on the Working Jeff. Discover your reading glasses which you've been searching for all moaning you decided you better put them back on your desk where it should be. But I you're going to water the flowers. Yeah you put your glasses back down on the working stuff is Philip container with water then suddenly spot the TV remote. Somebody left it on the kitchen table. You realize that tonight when you want to watch TV you'll be looking for the remote but you know you won't remember the teachers on the kitchen table so you decide to put it back in the land where it belongs. I know you will walk to the flowers you possum Walter in the vast quite a lot of it spills on the floor so you put your remote back on the table. Get some towels. Also the mess. Then you head down the hall trying to remember what you were planning to do next at the end of the day. The car isn't wash. The bills aren't paid. The rubbish bin is overflowing. There's a warm can of coke on the working surface. The flowers don't have enough water that we still only one checking your checkbook. You can't find a remote you can't find your classes and you don't remember what you did with the car then when you try to work out. Nothing got done mainly baffled because you know Oh you were busy all day. You'll really tired. You realize that this is a serious problem so you make a mental note to get some helpful. Which of course is not worth the paper's written now? Then you decide to check your emails. Then you remember the host pipe is still running. Thank you the Zim. Join us to explain to. People ought to tell people but why I changed. My name from Bernard Quinn. I was Bernie Queen. I was I was a kind of a boy singer. Back in the fifties and he finds wasn't Bonino was Bernard Quinn. The only could show my name from Bernard Quinn to Bernie was to leave my hometown of Selim's because to change the name back in the fifties from.
"clifton" Discussed on The Bernie Clifton Podcast
"What it meant. And Add fan three dictionaries tax that is specifically allocated to something so. I think that is one of the most important things that we need in. This country is something directing to health and in number ten. I mean put a moustache on the portrait of Mrs Thatcher. Turn the one of David Cameron to the wall and get rid of all a horrible wallpaper and replace it with a nice on. Lipitor are our washable vinyl unless you unless you thank our esteem. Candidates send her raptor of the most arriving Majok Workshop Party in. Beverly Jake's triple glaze soundproof. Turn Elated Nick Aplenty. Don't forget to use your vote wisely on the twelfth of December. which if you're listening on spotify defy has already pastas by Bernie Clifton podcast head-to-head election debates? IBM Fiona Bruce. The show now too. I asked the bundle. Andrew Beverly Triumphs and challenges. This can be flippant flippant. Soda can be serious talking about highs and lows in your life. Beverly can you think of a couple well. My one is is visible really so he sold. -rupt Assad stock saying in two thousand ten. I opted when we're at school stating fiddler on the roof uncle online to say where will I go with my husband and three children. I was remember it though. In some like seventy eight seventy nine always wanted to act but from that to two two thousand ten numbered at the time. What fulltime I? I just didn't at the time Stewart. You just pass me by and then in two thousand ten so not Burton Chronicle for people from Barnsley just raw talent going so I'm not really a shy person as you know. I thought I don't know I'm going to be out stage so I just I decided to go on. Just be background so I went for an audition and got the second female lead finished the librarian and then it got to Mrs Linden Three mortar. The pops welcome part so literally. My first show was playing five different people locks in different accents and different things so it was it was challenging but I love the fact that after all these years found the courage to do opt-in I started out in the May time a real gain into rehearsals and of thing and then I I addresses brother in in America over close to Iran game and he was really play so many company but actually new. I add this love for him. So you really backing me. All the way from America subtly in August. He was killed in Karak. Stem require refer at center on news and News at ten local. Nothing really really bad any effect me badly just in the middle of all the rehearsals for the show and I felt I couldn't one way but some it just told me Mrs said it would want to do it because the last time you spoke to him it was really about so although i. I didn't miss any rehearsals but I did think about going out to the show because our felt but not Jimmy on light rail from from PA- both I felt and through that I've carried on of been doing eight to ten shows a year filming mysteries. I've never really stopped. And I feel the same that spurred me onto Kellyanne doing when that's over tragedy this led to a triumph feeling. Change my life altogether. Thanks for sharing. Hackneyed phrase isn't it. The show must go on to be able to pull yourself out of that. It only briefly a a very positive thing to do I was I was into some received in Lowestoft in nineteen seventy seven of ten this the wives base dangling that to all my family lived in intelligence. My brother a my brother was ill and I remember getting the news the just before the phone of the side of the state on a run. Madonna told me brother died at age. Forty auty three and you just look at the wall and you think wow bull this three or four hundred people out there. Waiting to be entertained on a kind of something clicks doesn't it through but you actually find something you find something and get through it and even though hello sympathize. You can't tell them now. You just have to get on do they did. They didn't know the people show where there was coming to that I carried on I. They didn't show anything like that with the person so furnace brook Andrew Triumphs and tragedies yes and I don't think I've had a tragedy handsome -cational bad times but the triumph was I. It was the two hundred fiftieth anniversary. The founding of the Royal College of Surgeons and the time I was the senior league salmon for the country. That's difficult to believe that somebody with in my accent angleton invite to the Mansion House for the celebration and to meet the Queen so I thought Oh. That's what we can talk about Australian. Because we're both interested and I had to get one of the no strike chalices tailed co uh-huh Martin and went into a shopping area in Sheffield and I thought the poor chap was going to rent grand told them how I wanted to hire this and he. It was one of those. Typical won the men's Terry's had is going to the cutler's feast so I said no and they need sort of said get on a measure me inside leg and and then he said maintain qua- What's going to do? I said Oh into stuff down to mansion ounce to meet Queen in London. He said he'll going to meet the quick. Let me get out the best clothes I can find so gets down to London and the Queen just comes for the reception and she doesn't stay for the meal all line dope. Somebody's a one of the surgeons has listed names. It didn't just introduce me by name of my colleague who was standing next Mecca so that ruin but was quite good night but I never for realized time small. The Queen was I realized when she was meeting people out of camera she followed by one of her courtiers. Who who is carrying a tray with GIN and tonic on it so she can stop and have one having been bought by the people? So that's my moment of triumph. Hi I'm Ted to moment to tragic but very worrying moments in the late nineteen seventies. I was working in Manchester and I drift. Aren't to my office at eight o'clock clock in the morning and I saw two men coming to the departments and it looks strange and I saw knock on the professor's door. I never thought zolt anymore about until five minutes later. The prophet came to the door. Tom Meadow on his draft rights. Walters told a These two gentlemen to speak to you so awesome Communist said sit down. What can I do for you? He said we're we're from West Yorkshire Police. We have been informed by somebody who thinks she ought to Yorkshire ripper and then I said the wrong also got me covers being into that and I just started the job in Manchester and I was still living in lead for three months and I traveled every day from Leeds to Manchester and the letter which had been partly redacted you know. That's where the US the Black Penn bids for things don't want you to know like the personal sand. The bloody let us. I'm I'm done that you know. He asked me when I was on specific dates. The electorate said that I I hated prostitutes. I I thought you know that the interfered with my religion and I had all the surgical skills to rip out there in a you know this is is getting worrying and then it turned out that one day it gave me a number of dates. Mozart didn't realize one Hyundai at slope tough from the job to go to your races on Wednesday afternoon the Wednesday afternoon one of the murders was committed and I said that was filmed by ITV's that race meets in you get away and look at the film. Would you believe they spotted me alongside the parade ring before one of the races. Colm possibly have done so so they went away. So I don't know who did it and I still to this day. Don't know who wrote told them. The time was the Yorkshire ripper but I have to say it was a bit of a worrying tat remarkable echo. You're you're meeting with the Queen. Gene Andrew Good Fortune of meeting the Roy Rogers show forty h forty years ago this weekend. Great which was kind.
"clifton" Discussed on The Bernie Clifton Podcast
"It'd be good instead of just doing two balls to do the whole with the whole theme but I'm going to ask the audience to guess of the name of the a program that beverly was performing the tune of that and looking around the most of them have lost the will to live. They go on this is this is my version of what you were trying to. This is the protest. Let's see how much butcher I am. Always eat side. But it's a bit better on Andre Gentlemen the audience. What do you think that was down around? This is doc. This is obviously a segments of the podcast. When we would cha-ching about this couple of weeks ago we thought it was a wonderful idea? Obviously now is where performers we realized it was good as we thought it would be however to rescue isn't to pull out of the Maya that we have descended into we call upon of Money Challenge Miss Andrew Raftery to perform inclined to speak the Choon of a well known children's TV program. I'm sitting here. took him you going on. And I'm holding in my hand. Something that looks like a Ronin pin from children's baking set but it could be a badly circumcised rolling the so good luck. It's just coming into the station. THOSE ACLU JOE own along. Let's ask the audience. That could possibly be gentlemen on the Front Row Thomas the tank. It's almost time. Finally I think because I think this is probably Roenick the attempt for you beverly. Can I apologize. I've got some sorry the sentence you hear every day all right okay. I'm wondering really try with a small yes instead of saying yes I should have went ashore. Okay tell anybody got any idea. Yeah well would you like to tell what it was both again. No interject just tell them. What famous Miss Doggy name? Just tell them what supposed to be. What was it VESCO? Scooby Doo of called Scooby Doo Jomon like myself. The audience wish that this this could all end quickly so I blame me for the way. She read out earlier on another round of applause. The listen to podcasts. Welcome to segment. I'm very excited about because we've noticed the election election is coming up and we're proud to welcome to distinguish local candidates. It just the leader of the monster raving was Majok. Stop Party under raftery on the leader. The triple grey soundproof tunnel. Lady knicker party beverly. Jake's give them around applause. Let's let's begin the Bernie Clifton. PODCASTS had election debate question one for Andrew Andrew. Let's do with your policies. Do you really think that your big election promise. Free the ice skating for camels thinking when you many votes in South Yorkshire now I think most people will take home. Aw Beverly let's discuss your own policies. You want a Lotta friends for your main campaign. Promise free bus travel for the overnight which is a long as they bring the parents. Joe Is more Burghley. Well yes really checking off actually but yeah I wish I got one about common. Actually actually I would have thought that manifesto because we camels thoughts about not yet fell off on in sketchy or tours. Yeah I'M GONNA stick nests on this Komo let you do and I stepped off too soon and it started moving away. Enough sure sure was a camel. It wasn't a donkey warden Gordon Abroa- thank you. Andrew do deny under one serving as high sheriff of a stopping cliff. You Abuse Your Position Authority to engineer a three bedroom with both Whoopi Goldberg on a whoopie coach. At the thing that worries me is yes. I don't deny it but whoopie Goldberg. A whoopee cushion and may only makes three. I'm much more interested in the deal. The two I I bet so the answer is no. I don't deny it just as well and and I notice that when Andrew answered that question there was no assigned him sweating you want. How current can you get announce Amish Jake's is it true that was attending Tom? Jones concert in one thousand nine hundred thousand you through your body stocking onto the stage which London. In the brass section under fixated. The Second Trumpet Player can point current player. Actually but it will mean. Nick is the but I do tonight down to floor like him to become the blackout curtains my knickers Judaic downs at floor. With his sexy. Thong make gets crocodile now. Our third third and final question of the evening. If you've got the key so number ten beverly you've got the chance to walk into. Number ten is a new prime minister. What would the first thing you do? What would you do? What would? What would you do I well? Let's see here without come from criminological shoplifters. Lift is so I would. I would mcnew ruling the shoplift. You get your chops off and then if you shoplift again get chopped off so you only do it twice so that will be one of the first things but meal that people should wear more sparkle moss bog. Yeah Yeah definitely I think you know it may not be a place if you sparkle. It was leave at a sparkle MINTA. I agree with you would do in the winter. Don't work so bright colours I would be would certainly be announcement. Thanks and now a question. What I'm going to do is throw the floor up now to Andrew after Andrew from where I'm sitting in a political sense I can see your the your money? Festival is bulging. UPHOLDS UPSET. Under what would you do. You got the case number ten. What would you do first of all to be serious? I think the first first thing I'd do is I'd make a specific health tax one P in the pound to start for which had to go directly to and chess on social cab. This is what is called a hypothecated tax. Now that's a big word and I didn't know.
"clifton" Discussed on The Bernie Clifton Podcast
"I'm delighted to thank everyone for coming to burn Clifton podcast this morning in spite of the inclement weather this awful weather that we're having the moment in the South Yorkshire it's The podcast and we're here in Sheffield and I've got some esteemed guests ladies and gentlemen. Well one of them statement Ulm. I'm not sure about. Would you give a round of applause to my guest. We've got retired surgeon. Andrew raftery the actress all round. Good Egg Beverly J in I and the method that we use. I'm going to open with a song. Okay without yes it's bounty Clifton podcast. I'm glad it's come along. We've lots and lots talk about so I'm starting with song. Welcome to me podcast so glad you made it look a happy audience so give yourself a achier. Yes wherever you all listening to the show. I'll explain the situation Asian it'll only take wherein the showroom cinema and Shafii Elizabeth place any folk around. I don't like it. They'll tell you to shoot they face. Thanks I tried to get the best of guests and Rangel quite a few but none of them could be bothered. So I'm stickier with these Andrew. raftery was a sturgeon and now he's just retarded retired Bev. James is a loose cannon coach. Does she keeps on getting fired. Now Andrews worked around the world from Singapore to Sydney. He's always there to lend a hand if you needed you did you kidney. We're the scalpel. He went around the globe and it wasn't accidental. What what kind of surgery? Housing housing or Rental Bev. Jake's saying I'm glad that I've just found it if the it's something you don't see that always just wish randy with Ben Bernanke could possibly go wrong. Bev's dressed testing shiny leather wilander's warn is settled down his arm to start if get ready. Then we'll go so. Let's say your applause. I winced dog. PODCAST show welcome Here to burn eclipses podcast showroom cinema in the heart of Chevy. London's thank you for coming along in this awful weather having an election. Thank you for ensuring we're GONNA have a thirteen months fullam. The show lost about four hours. Our thoughts on this. I want to be a big welcome to my guest this morning. Beverley Jake's you probably be round of applause. Thanks for coming along until his beverly what. You're up to the moment here well busy busy. We pump so vignette all royal. Yes I am Poncho doing dean. Oh no that sounds. I'm sorry I'll tell you George you know private life is you could do a lot in but anyway the one you called compounding the felon I'm doing the pun so a letting the primary campus some fourteenth and fifteenth December. Some busy in missiles playing the genius lump unser played this before not play this part last year in beauty and the beast underplayed known as Gaston Micah Gaviscon. Before being talking some of we were playing a pregnant woman in second off I just laid on stage in Malaysia nagging birth from Beverly Graphic. They won't be known so I'm busy with rehearsals for a login. So it's the pirate compass. Anybody wants comforting than fifteen December petroleum. And then after murder mystery stonehenge coming up. I'm going to murder mystery stone. Tell us about now. We're just going to stone. Engine going to kill three people that say basically what what appoint stone pillars now got some very still were killing someday suspects so I've got that on. And then the rest of December assemblem I'm an Alpha L. Strateg- center on the sump two trains so but I'm doing that light by December Twenty First Twenty second twenty third. So if anybody wants to change you'll see me too. Drunk Canal called sparkle. You know I just can't keep up with this this this goes. It's it's your. It's your flexibility medical boss. Another started Jake's beverly I truly jumped to have alongside me here also a a good friend a regular acquaintance Andrew raftery when we exchange emails. I'm is known in his immediate circle as a control freak and I call William Freaky and because of the state of my body. He calls me creaky. So it's Greek freak so this is creaky saying Hello Free K.. Welcome to the PODCAST is great. So is what you're up to. Well I'm not doing much. Actually I've just been going join round Churchill's giving talks to elderly ladies elderly gentleman you know an astounding and I look at the audience and I think think I have a little bit with Michelle Jolt. Ladies going to stop snoring. I took a couple of radio plays played Yorkshire Grooms. Drums play is the old should grow. Wife says I'm a miserable anyway. How Christmas what uh-huh oh? I'm doing Christmas today. Eight already in a bull with the with the cloth over where it says in the book. You've got elites overnight then. I'm going to have a wonderful afternoon because I'm going to sit around for eight hours while it steams keep going to look at it you know. Certain sex doesn't run out of water. Basically I'm a ball at the moment but it's great for those where although I did try earlier on to totally tell you about Andrew's past all of you passed but some of you. Pasta Andrea was actually arenal surgeon. Because my brother actually out of some problems in the area and he went to see his renal surgeon on the surgery center of trouble passing water said well do get dizzy. WanNa go over the canal bridge so you manage to leave career well behind and you Andrew. Yes but the other thing I'm doing is going into the transplant clinic and selling Christmas cards for our charity. And that's literally because I can meet patients transplanted years ago and the law is sure right. I'm not going very well. But there's no bloody south let you WanNa chew members of the audience. Were previous patience of Andrew. I found a way to end. It all adds to Jamaica some guilt so the so you'd audience numbers diminish podcast. Come with thank my Andrew. raftery beverly the PODCAST. It's time now to introduce the balloon of disillusionment. It was a good reason for this call on the keeper of the balloon of disillusionment and here is just what it says trump door take time. Now hold your breath to reveal and release the balloon well general the balloon of disillusionment as long as they. Don't the head of a lady in the audience on. I'm now just going into the audience to discover the identity of the said. Thank you Liz. I'm now now sort of negotiating my way through the through the audience here showroom cinema to discover lady the owners in the fourteenth row. Ah with a balloon on her head. Oh congratulations tell us your name in the alley the balloon of disillusionment as London on your head and as a result you have the opportunity. Now Judy to read Out this carefully prepared statement. I need thank you. Hello I'm glad the balloon of disillusionment landed on my head. What a lovely surprise? It must be fate. Nothing exciting ever happens to me. I'm grateful for this moment of fame. It gives me the opportunity to read readout. This question here goes which famous television program is celebrating. Its Fiftieth Anniversary Wild Wild. Give give me a call. I thought did very well though. Didn't you in fact I don't they can pull it off and we should close finish a well ladies and Gentlemen Buck on my desk now and on. Hey from Sheffield. Read out the statement and of course the question and the question she asked was this which famous television program this celebrating. Its Fiftieth Anniversary. We're going to go into the owners with a roving microphone and ask anybody in the audience down to your you put your hand up. Please Bruce from Sheffield. Is it Monty. Python's flying circus. They celebrated fifty years. Give Bruce around applause. He's wrong. Turn explore the gentleman on the back row. Reggie weekly Declaw Z.. We cliff is it fifty years since the would brexit I going can we can. We just say seems like fifty years. Let's Oscar Anne anybody else in the order. Well the chewing. Yes S..
Man charged with hate crime in Milwaukee acid attack
"A sixty one year old Milwaukee man faces a hate crime charged after allegedly throwing acid in the face of US citizen who emigrated from Peru telling Mr VLS prior to his violent attack on him why did you invade my country Clifton Blackwell faces a single charge first degree reckless injury but the sentencing enhancers of hate crime and use of a dangerous weapon have been included I'm to
Suspect in acid attack on Hispanic man charged with hate crime
"Milwaukee prosecutors are charging a sixty one year old man with a hate crime after allegedly tossed battery acid on the face of a Hispanic man the hate crime decision allows prosecutors to seek an enhanced sentence against Clifton Blackwell if he's convicted of first degree reckless injury prosecutors say Blackwell confronted a Hispanic man over the way he parks near a restaurant throwing acid on him and accusing him of being in the country illegally also asking him why he was invading the country the victim was born in Peru but is a U. S. citizen Ribeiro ABC
"clifton" Discussed on The Bernie Clifton Podcast
"Don't care I was nominated for an Oscar in two thousand nine but lost out to show penn the clue number seventeen I've been named people magazine's Sexiest Man alive twice I think so again used think Brad Pitt's what about you really not in town will possibly yeah I've been famously marriage both any for Aniston Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie and Bella Emberg Yeah Me Too it it was a closely guarded secret the answer of course give the pun around Brad Pitt okay person number two in this segment is it's been around for fifty years but I haven't aged you bitch I've had multiple occupations including singer talk show host and magazine editor I have a Italian diva personality known for using French phrases and practicing karate yeah but that's not the answer the closest result from the panel for the answer from Yeah I had a hop home hope off a for with an Amphibian Miss Miss Jones of Jim Henson's bumper job as big as did they could go this well okay next I'm a singer and a pensioner of trouble the world but have never forgotten the back home the grass is greener I've also been in many films often play myself but I wouldn't say that's usually so it's not an user do great if you can sing out welcome back to the moments of excitement turn this is where this is where we ask our panel to actually take part in our little playlets where we do l. own version who wants to be a S- Quilliam Air I'm now going to cross to our panel to give them scripts so yes ladies and gentlemen the podcast now perform who wants to be a square when Jeremy Clarkson is played by Middleton Kelly Shaman is being herself we begin now would you jeremy talks modesty the clocks go she was just like he was in the room Hello Kelly Hughes Yo million impound question the Davis Cope is contested by people from wish sport is football tennis see New Sleep Truck Balik uh friend who is your friend if male call did you know I'm I'm an all of the action Yeah Allah Christiane Considering Holdings you give it away description alone no this is Jamie Clark so from who wants to be a millionaire uncle Bernie the own Kellyanne I it's that when you broke down yeah yeah she what you'll you still from chip it won't just shave to wash it and It's a delicate delicate delicate I'm what about their bad what about them sports browse as well they're very wash it off just wash by Washington I do we put him in trump after all just report line that would be background child background is only I know I say Kupuna Diane Kwabena say Neck Oh us face to the fan I need to shoot a question about you wash it Oh the question for this question all the Davis Cup is contested by people from which sport is a it ball be tennis see nudist leapfrog or de Rugby League all this oft H Roe beleaguered. I believe open all those definitely no doubt about that onset believe our updates from effect choices Kellyanne shame on you must be with tennis. not with new leash frog anti was rookie league you said the League that was your final answer wasn't he Kellyanne Shami bound you have lost Alien quit the correct answer was tennis you go home with nothing give her around applause take off the legend wh- children forcibly separated from their parents the middle of the show a new version of who wants to be million to your children frozen kicking and screaming our Lipton's podcast I'm here with how it Mendelssohn on Kellyanne showman what going to ask you now God this is an item that we do we're trying to everywhere it's about like triumphs and tragedies if you've got a triumph for tragedy in your life it complete it could be in life changing only could be quite trivial we we don't mind things that you remember in your life in career the eat a plum debts on the wave I can't remember anything terribly tragic or you know I always this moment no I always think he's trying not to be too philosophical the I think you know you look back on on past events feels that I've had and dreadful meals heart ear I so I draw the thing about them than than you bet your best ever a seven meal who we we've had some beautiful meals in in Barcelona but that sounds a bit kind of posh doesn't it as if it's I know Oh yes we've had emailed Simba's Celona an adult want to come across they don't think now I glossop even go to Barcelona it's just a couple of miles on an airplane yeah yes it's the location would add to the enjoyment oh yeah also I must admit I love those meals.
Police investigating string of break-ins in Clifton Park neighborhood
"Several recent burglaries St Clifton park WG wise Jim Godley RD a number of burglars wearing hoodies with bandanas over their faces cut through screens on several locked homes on Judith and princes pine drive early Saturday morning and stole money from wallets and purses inside the homes in some cases families with sleeping children were home during the early morning heist also some valuables were stolen from unlock cars Sir Toby county sheriff's say they were able to get security footage of the suspects from at least one camera Jim gangly RT news radio eight ten and one oh three one W.
Big Brother 21 - Wednesday Night Sept 11 Veto Recap
"We we are two weeks away from the big brother finale got a lot to talk about here tonight on our recap sorry about the delay everybody who's watching live but if you only knew what i had to work with year on the road to make this show happen you would you would understand this mad scientist situation russian that we have going on here of course very excited to be joined here tonight by an esteemed member of the l. FC please welcome welcome the great most danny must how're you doing great i'm very excited to talk about one of my favorite veto competitions BB comics i'm very happy happy that they kind of did a back to basics thing and copied the same competition from big brother sixteen when they first did become a throwback a throwback a throwback robak for the bbc comex classic edition and a throwback to podcast i remember listening to fondly on my way back from mini rene apple when was puja and melissa were on a together many wednesdays ends days ago here he is back on the podcast this time with me here is the great poo poo how are you i'm doing good rob i'm happy happy to be here taryn might not listen to this because he's in new york but upgrade i just got an upgrade here no shade taryn just kidding very excited to be here and very excited to talk bb colleagues okay well very excited fun veto competition and we will talk through the looming not since lebron james puja has there been such a highly anticipated decision of what will happen on thursday night we'll find out live when we are doing our show from the SPCA theater here in new york city i'm out on strong island right now much like nicole and looking forward to our big live show on a thursday night but a lot of talk through you could use hashtag RJ scott saint-pierre is standing by to get us those questions later on in the show melissa how are you doing i'm doing great this was a great episode well a very very exciting veto results i i was so excited when i saw the news that call it won't be joe it's honestly like all day long she had been saying i have have to win this i like i need to do this for myself and for cliff and then she would literally promise to like cliffs family that she was going to win this she's like i'm i'm going to do it i'm gonna win it and most of the time when people say that on the show you're like okay are a sure you are alike that's probably not going to happen but she did it i mean that was insane she did such great job she smoked them i mean she got such a better time it was very impressive it's impressive run here here for nicole and i don't know if i have the big brother player sorta that at my fingertips that i could say is the parallel for this run that nicole is on the only person i can think of who's had a quick change in both capability to take it all at the end and also turn on the complex after having not is paris from be began six that is the only person i can compare her to it's been amazing it's been an amazing not even one week six days for nicole a where she was going into that double and where she is now we're seeing her in a whole new light on we're talking about an whole night and as a nicole fan as someone who was assaulting dear nicole has been a fan and ecole pretty nice to see i will take yeah let's say it's been such an impressive run where sure the odds on favourite to win right which is crazy i mean honestly think about just like the roundtable from last week and where we were basically saying like she's got to win something or else she's never gonna win this there's no way because the main argument going into the end was well well nicole hasn't done anything for these ago right exactly that's the thing is it just it everything is different now i feel like everyone's account nicole nicole hose the winner she's coming into the stretch like melissa draft whereas like a couple of weeks whoever wants their draft sucks so i hope nicole pulls it out because she is the only remaining person who may draft you know i it's been such an impressive turnaround greenlee i'm so happy and mila side you have to commend you on your draft the incredible job to land mccall in brown it was all me i i knew she was going to be the last one i knew that i was gonna get her it was all knee just to reset that was that there were two people left on the board jess and nicole i had the fifteenth pick whoever i didn't pick was going to go to melissa and i said boy gesture nicole nicole lock your parents in the basement i'd like to river but it just seems like a more normal person and the call i can't i can't see you take good luck with nicole lewis and i was like no i like their video video up at a little video clip of it has been kind of circulating around on twitter today and it's just it's so embarrassing 'cause i'm like i didn't pick her i don't want her now go to call you got this you're by doesn't matter if it's victory nonetheless if ends up coming in for the call okay but we'll talk walk through all the scenarios for the game a little bit but let's just talk through what was going on in the episode clear we started with everything going on with tommy he was feeling sorry for himself and he ends up saying that okay i am going to end up coming clean to macbeth to jackson accident holly and he ends up telling the backstory of him in christie that they knew each other yeah so i love the way they set this up on the show because i feel like it was pretty much the exact same thing we were seeing on the feeds on saturday and it's one of those situations where they're just just talking so much smack about christie his face and he's just sitting there and taking it and taking it and then you just got i'd i just need to get defensive now and just kind of also blamed christie by association just look hey i knew her coming in at the play the cards i was dealt it's not not my fault she kinda lost herself like this is just this is why this happened and i loved it it reminds me of a situation on a movie where you know there's a group of the people and their talking a lot of smack about this one of the personnel burden comes as well i've been dating them secretly for three months so what do you have to say about that now nice well well if you think what you guys had to say is bad you should hear what my aunt had to say about her because i'm i'm sure yeah i'm sure my aunt was even she was even go after worse drag her so yeah sure the aunt has some breakup jersey i mean you never wanna go to hard into with the break-up stories because you don't have to break up is gonna take but here in in this instance since i don't know if tommy in christie you're gonna get back together after the season is over melissa yeah and i mean the way that this was put on the show did not make holly look great it made her look pretty bad and pretty mean and she's like i mean i sound download the mean girl right now and like no one says anything like no one says no you're not being it was just like tom he's kind of like it's okay i understand but it just did did not look good for holly i feel like today's at it wasn't great for her i mean this whole time she was kind of able to remove herself from this like bullying mentality or whatever whatever like this mean girl mentality and because she was always able to say like well i didn't have any part of it and it was it was in my heart and like i just felt like i had to go along with it for the game the christie's out of the house this is a game at all it's just like the smack jog somebody this is a great point about holly and i really feel like we've all been going back and forth of what's going to be the best move for nicole and forklift going into thursday and i have to say i think i feel more adamant than ever especially when we're talking about tommy versus holly holly has started to become so unimpressive puja off i almost i feel like i don't even see a scenario where holly ken win why would cliff and nicole wants to get rid of her yet yeah it's talking to parallel to nicole going from poppy not winning anything to now being the front runner is that holly coming into the week was kind of everyone's like like chalk okay if she makes it there she's got everyone beat she might have to work a little bit against jackson but she's got this going where why are they being picked off right now why holly being looked at right right now it just comes down to the fact that holly and mickey are jackson as we call them or a pair dr jackson yeah yeah that was so great by the way i didn't think of it we'll do all the comics and a little bit just basically basically comes down to the fact that they got rid of a pair it was a three way standoff of three pairs and now this is another pair and now there's an opportunity in front of them to maybe take take that one down we've all talked about at length of how impressive jackson's run has been since the blow up of forty four and here we are now and he could run on it to the end and this is something they see as handicapping jackson it boils under that yeah have you weighed in on on what you think cliff and nicole should do know because i got on the update the day before all this went down so my viewpoint from the get-go was it's a two out of four with the pair of nicole and cliff and then you've got a singular tommy a singular mickey if you're why don't you mickey out of nowhere jackson accepted yeah it's happened finally watermelon seed planted in your head i wish it was seedless those are better however yes so if you take holly out here these to see each other as biggest threat to win at the end they fully believe it at least that's how i'm taking it so my belief was coming down if they get to the final four these two are going to go after each other they're going to want to target each other even though cliff and nicole are sitting there as a pair why because even if we've just seen nicole when two competitions out of the last four in the last six days that's impressive we've seen cliff come out of nowhere when competitions when no one bought it was possible he's had his moments but jackson's run is unparalleled his competition wins have been ridiculously insane outside of here he's pretty much want everything that he's been really good on the flipside tommy has not not been a slouch in these cops he's coming second in a lot of even this one right now would-be comics so they go even if they win their have to look at taking each other out so that's where i stand is holly going out is better and i'm not gonna lie i wasn't one hundred percent in because everyone has said this is one of those ones where there's no rude winning pick either works i think as the days have gone on here and just the game we've seen just the conversations we've seen it's getting more and more clear that holly going is the move here okay melissa i'm much more in the tommy should go camp because i think that tommy i can see him winning competitions here down the stretch and could tell me this is crazy could you see tommy winning the final goal three h. o. h. and potentially taking jackson to the final two is that crazy to imagine that i think that it's possible however i mean like i don't know i don't think it's crazy but i think that the odds are he wouldn't because first of all well if he does that i mean he already knows that holly would vote for jackson so that automatic probably receive oh automatic jackson votes and then that would cancel out his chris evokes his christie does like the one like yes christie is gonna vote for me so then renders christie vote kind of move and then you know i i just think that he i don't think he would take jackson just because i think that he jackson are automatically has some votes associated with him uh-huh whereas nicole and cliff it's up in the air we don't know who's gonna vote for nicole and clip tommy as the argument first of all against clip that like i've been working this whole time i was in these all these alliances blah blah blah and i'm the last man standing from the alliance nicole and clifton do anything the whole game yeah sure they like you know they could say that obviously i disagree i think cliff i've
"clifton" Discussed on KOMO
"Have a restaurant in Clifton New Jersey last week really at any rate this was the tick tock diner and the waitress there who serve them says she had no idea who they rockers were the band was in New Jersey for a couple of sold out shows at MetLife stadium Jagger spoke about the breakfast he had in Clifton during the concert Thursday night some who are having breakfast along side the band actually did have tickets to see them in concert those ticket holder say they can't believe they didn't wreck Sir rock icons I don't know yeah I know and page dedicated to a tongue in cheek raid on area fifty one has been taken down by Facebook the truth may be out there but you're gonna have a harder time finding it more than two million people had signed up for the storm area fifty one event planned for September twentieth at the military installation in the Nevada desert Matthew Roberts the creator of the joke event says the Facebook page was removed before of violating community standards but he was given no further explanation instead Robert says he's planning a festival to take place the same day but far from the top secret base he set up a page for that event but it's also been removed by Facebook and I just saw on line that Facebook is calling the removal of that event to mistake and it's put putting the page back up on its website and Matthew Roberts event greater said it was removed earlier today for violating community standards I see a phone home alright Seattle consistently named one of the best cities for people to live in but what about your pet commas manta factor has more on how Seattle stacks up Seattle's not a bad place for your pet to call home according to a study by wallet hub.
"clifton" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"It I have something I want to be too real fast because I want to get the quote, right? Let me find this. This is from a teddy. Atlas of course, you know, the great teddy atlas, but teddy was speaking about boxing and some of the problems that boxing is having right now. And he was saying if you wanna do boxing, right? You have to do it, and he compared to specifically to the UFC, I think at a larger stroke, he could have just said the way that mixed martial arts is doing it. But he specifically said it to the UFC aren't Clifton. Here's the quote, I'll tell you how to make changes for boxing make it like the UFC get Dana white. It's not happening. But he's a dictator. You know, what dictators usually are not good? But sometimes in some place. Bases. They can be useful. He went on to say, the UFC and the building of that product development, the building and the growing of the UFC, and boy did they grow that was because they have a dictator because the dictator can make all the rules. So there are no separate powers. There's no one sane. We're fighting on a network or our network or the network. This is what we want to do. They have one place one guy laying out the rules. You fight him or you're out. And you know, what he means? Dana white grew the sport. And he grew the product because he can demand competitive fights. That's what you're asking for you want competitive fights that all the fans are asking for he Dana white can do it because he's a dictator. Now. The reason I bring this up. I love everything the teddy saying except that we're dictator only because of the negative connotations that we've seen throughout history of dictators, which always eat is something evil. Let me replace the word dictator and just put in leader. But it is so impose. Portent and is a compliment that teddy is given this big boxing guys. But it's a compliment that he's giving to mixed martial arts. And he's also watching his own sport of boxing, his true love his only light and love the mixed martial arts, but he is truly a box. And he's watching it lose if you will and die on the vine, and he's having problems Clifton with watching different promoters signed different talents. And then not be able to get them together and keeping everybody apart. And he's saying no this isn't right. I'm adding words now I've given the quote, and quote, but I'm going to add to what he's saying. He's talking about these guys that are amassing records of thirty and oh with twenty nine knockouts and not taking on other guys, and he's not competed and not wanting to go out and compete when you're supposed to that's also a big part of it. They want the I need six months here. And I need five months there. I won't do it. And they throw their hands up and it stops everything. And it stops the businesses stops the business of boxing. So just want to get your take on what teddy said. But I would also like to replace one word that teddy us 'cause I know he meant it as a compliment. But I think it comes off wrong. We're going to replace dictator with leader. What he thought I think you could even replace dictator with organization because I think part of the UFC success is. They had at least up until recently, all if not most of the high end talent in MA, and what someone like pride or strikeforce would come and start to get bigger and get some of the better talent. They just buy it. And so the UFC had all of the talent underneath its umbrella and teddy atlas is right. If if you know John Jones should fight jail Sunan than. You know, Dana white just goes to both of you. Hey, you guys need to fight. And you guys say, well, okay. Dana's the boss, and this is the only game in town. So if I want to make money being a mixed martial arts fighter. I better fight. John Jones, you know. So I think that. You know, I do think that data has some unique talents..
"clifton" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"What's happening guys happy Wednesday? And thank you for joining another special episode of you're welcome. I will tell you. I am joined in studio today by Clifton Molitor attorney we're going to we're going to go over some legal stuff that is making the news. But I must tell you guys I've been wanting to tell you this for about a week. Now, I went out. I saw the rocks new movie I liked it back up though. I did not like the theater I saw it it. It's a regal theatre. I've always enjoyed regal particularly out here in Oregon. They're like the ones that I brought us stadium seating. And why we're all spoiled now, and you would never think of even having a movie theater that did it have stadium seating in Oregon. I still remember when they came out and his stadium say it was so great. I love the theater I love going to love the pop. I love the pucker. Guess what they did there working this new system now? And I feel like regal has totally sold. I will not be going back. I will tell you that. I don't say that within each. I will not be going back. I know of another theater Clackamas town center that is where I will take taking my business, but will regal is doing out here in Oregon is you now have to reserve your seat. So like when I walk up to go see the movie and community for the movie, she then directs me to a screen of which I'm supposed to pick my seat and my seat number now gets printed on you guys understand. They're trying to treat it like it's Yankee Stadium where I'm actually buying a seat everybody in the world understands the movie customer retailer relationship in his first come first serve. That's how it works. You don't get a really great seat and show fifteen minutes early and then go and tuck into your cozy seat. It doesn't work that way there early. And you've got to watch all the commercials, and you gotta get all your popcorn and your pop, and you gotta get in there. And sometimes it's gonna work out. And sometimes it's not and if you go on opening night, maybe it's not, but that's still the exchange. They're trying to treat it like it's Anki stadium. But there's a significant difference, which is the movie theater is dark, and they don't have Shire's. So. He was supposed to find the seat supposed to bring like a little mini flashlight, which surprisingly some people did so people actually had little mini. Flashlights? As snooping around looking for the seats. It's like, hey, guys, not for nothing. But the theaters about ten percents just sit down just sit down and regal for selling out for added a level of complication to one of the most simplistic things that I get to do by choice in my life, which is buy a ticket and go into a movie theater. Shame on you with that said, I wish I could make that a legal case. I don't know how to other than I'm very irritated by all right guy. So as you know, I start my day the same every single day I wake up earlier than I want to get a Cup of coffee, and I start I start surfing the news. I got it on the television. And I'm scanning the interwebs to see what's interesting to dissect and come to bring it to you guys. So I have joined in studio today. Clifton molotov attorney in front of the show is back because Clifton what the hell is going on with this. This college scandal slash Hollywood VIP list that we're all hearing about where where where should I start this story? There are so many different ways to go with this. But there is an enterprise that some gentlemen form to where they would help children of wealthy or ams people get into colleges that they would otherwise not get into. And you know, there are some of the best universities in the world that are on there. There's Yale Stanford. Yeah. Some of the some of the big big big players. And of course, the university of San Diego..
Brie Larson Serves Fans Popcorn On Captain Marvel's Opening Weekend
"While captain marvel was raking in big dough in the nation's theaters during its opening weekend movie goers at one theater in New Jersey. Got a super surprise, captain marvel herself. Bree Larson appeared at a theater Saturday night in Clifton, New Jersey about ten miles west of New York. The north jersey record reports those in line at the AMC theater Michelin didn't seem to notice Larson who was dressed in a captain marvel sweatsuit that changed quickly sending social media into a stir with post featuring pictures of Larson posing with fans and even serving popcorn from a concession stand. Captain Marvel's a big deal for Marvel's studios. It's their first female fronted superhero flick and count had it not being the last premier to a weekend box office, take of more than one hundred fifty three million