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Protests in Belarus as disputed early election results give President Lukashenko an overwhelming victory

Today in Focus

05:44 min | 6 hrs ago

Protests in Belarus as disputed early election results give President Lukashenko an overwhelming victory

"Doing. To set a companion. Yoshino Colella. Dollar, Mr Casio's. Which is The voice you can hear belongs to Sweat Lonard economics care the main opposition leader in Belarus he until recently was a stay at home mom. But after the arrest of her husband, she decided to enter the political arena. Over the past few months she has brought hope to thousands of people would desperate for change in a country that for twenty six years has been under the authoritarian rule of President Alexander Lukashenko. On Sunday, they took to the streets to despite the election result, which recorded a landslide victory for the president. The protesters were met with a vitamin response from the police. Over the past few days, thousands have been arrested and to have died. To Oscar has now left the country after an apparent threat children. I'm looking he was nearly. On Tuesday, she released this video. In it she looks anxious and her eyes Dart around the room. She says, she knows many will condemn her for leaving and that she wouldn't wish this choice on anyone. PUT She pleads look after yourselves. Roster. Not One life is worth what is happening now? She's PUT, the war. To police who? From The Guardian, I'm Rachel Humphries today in Focus. Could a protest movement in Belarus bring down President Alexander Lukashenko. Honolulu Cova. Your a journalist based in Minsk and on Sunday night, the exit polls Belarus's election were released and they showed president. Alexander Lukashenko, had one eighty percent of the vote people immediately began protesting across the country. Tell me what happened. It was a completely peaceful protest people just. To demand pay a result of this election. Belarus, Rue Stan's though recent protesters do not offer demolished buildings staredown building they just got it and then over staten more ride from these team and they started this I he pulled. Out Whenever rights survived people disappeared and then became again but then more forces came in, they started using rubber bullets and tear gas what can and so many people get injured. Also, know that finished bands at least twice rammed into protesters human rights defenders said at some point that there was one person who died. That's awful. What is it been like for you covering these protests? For me is a they think the red difference suggests like I. Minister of information with blame you if you don't wear your press card but if you wear those finds that then you will be targeted this, it'd be know about journalists targeted Robert Bullets and tear gas just because they were during this. Journalists detained as well and I know about. My colleague editor in chief at Neva he was coming back. There was on his way to his home when he was detained so he was probably surveilled. We don't know what what happens human where he is it actually the same portal for for many people journalists the disappeared be looking for them at detention centers, but also relatives of. Thousands of people, hundreds of people are looking for their brothers. So tyrants who who disappeared during this protest I mean that's incredibly scary hunter and you were journalists reporting on this yourself. Where you worried about what my to you yes. I mean on many levels I'm not at home. Now I'm elsewhere at a safe location which I will probably have to change. The Ron though rules like if new report from a conflict area, you still kind of can understand where you are where you cannot be and here is can detained can be arrested. You can get in anywhere and if you're journalists doesn't help one of the most outrageous impound in of this police brutality. People started gathering farther away from the city centre immune. I was also there and it was redefined away. They can. No protests could have happened that before it was just the. Protests this stay there for a while they wait completely peaceful nothing. They did nothing they were clapping cars for honking. And all of a sudden riot police came again. So we run away to car and. Then also stunned grenade were deployed and. Ride police started firing people and also cars. So he's Tongres Brennan hit exploded near our car actually have it on video.

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Fresh update on "dart" discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

00:57 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dart" discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"My love from nineteen ninety-seven good old millionaire but flesh and I'm like, okay. If that's the case, then that means you would have heard this this this and this independent album from ninety seven which you never talk about. When I do my nineteen ninety-seven underground rap pieces, which you can find on medium that's included in a bunch of other albums, and then I put up honorable mentions that's cold consistency. Don't me a bone and then don't follow up because that Shit looks fake as fuck. Now, another thing he did was on. He. was so much. So another thing he did was. He would okay. He would go on Instagram or whatever twit pick whatever the thing was at the time. And he would make it a point to show himself going to different record stores in buying a bunch of albums like he's supporting. Each supporting rap like he's supporting but my contention always was look at what you're buying. If you buy Jim Jones PM me, I don't give a fuck. You know if you buy a bunch of major label. Albums and say, you're supporting rap and. Sixty percents albums are what I term mediocre. You're not. That's not impressive. If you WANNA be real in live about it. Then, post, you go into fat beats. Post you. On, boxing deliveries from underground hip hop. Or Fifth Element or turntable lab that was my intention. is to going out of his way to try to prove he's. Really here for the culture and not doing anything for the actual culture. But doing performance hit to make it seem like, yeah, he's the guy. You know and I'm just like now you've got to take a step further you gotta mean it. Use Your. Whole s you know next do it again? With meaning with feeling. So. That made me do was I'm not sure that you remember this but back in two thousand thirteen as a response to rob Markman going up buying a mediocre major label albums. I decided because I was working with hip hop wired at the time and I went to Alvin Blanco and I said Alvin I've got an idea. Or these. Our here, claimed claiming about albums, albums, and albums, and I want to show them how many underground albums excellent underground albums are released every year. And not just by labels, I'm talking about on band camp. I'm talking about on soundcloud. And I want to provide a place for all of them. And I. Want to call it while you were sleeping. And I want to do it monthly. Like. Yeah. Cool. Will sign off on it because no one else is doing that. So January two, thousand thirteen started doing the series while you were sleeping the first one I did I realized that I can't do it. Once a month because I want to get paid I get paid per piece so I'm going to do it. Either every week. No, we'll have enough in the budget that fuck it I do it twice a week. I'll do a BI.

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Direct Connections With Jonny Mopar

Talking Mopars

05:21 min | 4 d ago

Direct Connections With Jonny Mopar

"Did we talk about your road runner on the first episode, we did together of the show I. Don't want why don't you tell us the story? Yes. Aside from chargers and burnt up Khuda. Johnny and a whole host of other MO- pars. Johnny has also had a really awesome dude. You're roadrunners bad, ass. Tell us about your road. I remember seeing the pictures of it for the first time and I'm like. Hey, you have too many cool cars that I want. So. Tell us about that. Awesome roadrunner. This is the ratty one right the blue. Absolutely that okay. Man That card if I could find that exact car right now, I'd be a very happy man but. Tell us tell us the whole story about the road. All right. So Up in the high desert, which is I think it's like Apple Valley area out here. Not You know not that you would know where this is but anyway, it's it's it's a little bit of a stretch to get there from where I lived but I think it was in the recycler craigslist or something? I'm not even sure craigslist was around back then but I found this seventy roadrunner right And it was pretty sketchy description and stuff and I call the guy and he's like ads. Pretty. Roach Dow. But it does run. It's a three car I'm like all right has tiktok tack in it unlike. Allen go check this thing out so I was just dating my wife back. Then you know so I I I cook stir into going for a drive. You know a road trip up to go check out this car. And get there and it's like this. Lavender primer color in somebody rattled canned stripe on the hood. Had the Bulge Hood. And but Iran. And I was like, Oh, by had, we'll flares in the back which I didn't And I think I think I paid. I want to say was like Fifteen hundred bucks to two thousand dollars somewhere in there. Drug at home. And then I didn't like the color. So I black primaried the whole thing and then I drove it around a little bit but I didn't have it long and then I was starting to chip out the crap and you know the flares and the wheel wells the hated it, and then it's like, oh. God. Why did I opened this up just nasty like they just they just got in there with like sheet metal cutters and just like peeled the medal up and then just mud it you know. Was Nasty and then the right rear corner that car. It had been hit and then so somebody cut a clip off of another car I'm thinking a four door. And like grafted it into the car, they did a terrible job of doing it. So I I was just like this way too much for me. I'm I'm not gonNA take on the project like this so I think it was probably the recycler. Anyway this guy from same area Apple Valley calls me up. He's a tow truck driver and he's like a he was yeah a I I know that car seen that car up here stopped trying to buy that car that guy wouldn't sell it for years and years, and he's like, how did you get a hold of it and I'm like it was in the recycler He's I can't believe I. missed it. You know. So anyways, he goes. Well, he didn't have eating the money, but he's like, would you be interested in a trade and I'm like I don't know like what do you got? You know he's listing off the one hundreds and you know some bodies like Darts and Whatever Who wants a dart when he can get chargers all the time for not? Exactly. Exactly. So unlike No not interested. He goes well, I got a I got a sixty nine road runner and I go. He goes with doesn't have drive train in it, but you know it's five blue and. I go. Sounds interesting. I'd be interested in that and he goes I. Go dude this car is rough. The seventy is rough 'cause. I've really like seventy seventies on my favorite. Described everything wrong with the car. I think it had three fifty five's in it but anyway, he's like well, can you come up and can I check out the car because I was really Skeptical that he would be interested in trading for it. Right so I, I, drive a met him. I went like three quarters of the way up there, and then he met me because he was working he was actually he showed up in a tow truck. We met like right off the freeway. You know he's checking out the car and he's like I want I'm interested and I'm like all right cool and he goes well. Come back up on the weekend and all I had was like a really sketchy picture. Of the Blue Road runner, the sixty nine.

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Fresh update on "dart" discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

Psychology of Entrepreneurship

01:39 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dart" discussed on Psychology of Entrepreneurship

"You Know Fred I've only recently started to love myself in few. Of. The things I've accomplished because I think I did it for the approval that I couldn't even absorb. Because even if I got the approval I did not know how to receive it. Ever felt like that. Where I didn't feel worthies of anything. and. I think when? As probably around two thousand and six teams only recent. was able to feel actually worthy for anything that had gone. In achieved, which is kind of a interesting dynamic when you go do something that's pretty successful opposite live from the visits made every mistake. Like in a way, I was able to executed can apply this dean, but they didn't feel worthy of any of it. and. I realized I set myself this goal like I just want to make a company makes money makes on its own. It's a creation it stands on its own in successful in of itself without myself. I actually created that and then we're on a journey in action. Put Myself Out of a role had a role in the company, and then I was like Whoa at another crisis essentially whereas like. I'm not. Part, of this anymore, and it was actually really doc Tom's where what am I doc times Rastegar again and find myself like who am I? It came all the way back full circle to realizing, and that's what I went to the US and I started the business in the US. I realized I was uniquely placed to go and do that. Like we've had other people who are GONNA do say they're gonNA do that but. I actually have something to contribute. which is, which is something you have to go and refund in that is. That creation. And that beginning of dealing with ambiguity dealing with problems in when I say problems pros but like physical mental emotional capital resource obstacles like giant wolves in front of you that Al that look and feel insurmountable to ninety nine, point nine, nine, five percent of people and you are uniquely the only person who can actually I'm going to build a a Ladda and this. In the words of Mary Kay founder of Mary, Kay Cosmetics Dart limit yourself many people limit themselves to what they think. They can do. You can go as far as your mind. Let's see what you believe. Remember you can achieve. Suppose, this is a good time to get to know how you talk with yourself because you my dear listener. You've got this voice. This voice that is running the show. And the question you have to consider asking yourself is. A. How can we do? To discover who off. So, is that you can. Love. The. First thing. The second thing that review struck me and he really hard. And probably connects to this and it's win. I restarted two balls. In this is when I first heard muscles. Like, that it's that voice that's.

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"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

04:07 min | Last week

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"One. But a DART Adams and this is episode ninety of Dart. Against Humanity. Today's episode going to do something different I'm going to get. Personal. I'm going to tell a story. My Story. So when this episode is uploaded, it will be August. Seventh. August seventh is two things. August seventh will be the thirtieth anniversary of boogie down productions releasing their album edgy payment, which I will have a thirtieth anniversary retrospective running. On medium. However, August seventh. Is A special date For me in particular why August seventh two thousand fifteen is the day that my. Label. Produces I know. Released its first physical project. So. I'd released digital. Before..

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Fresh update on "dart" discussed on Roe Conn

Roe Conn

00:35 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dart" discussed on Roe Conn

"In the second period three to Vegas, Keith with headman pass, misses the stick of high Maurine goes down nice and called against the Hawks. If you're the Blackhawks, you know that you're a little bit disappointed, but you've already shown that you could come back against this team. If you play the right way, and you gotta have better coverage download the whole problem. On that Last goal started when Vegas jumped in their defenseman that Martinez was in on the Russia four guys down lower than the structure for the Blackhawks kind of broke down depending on the brink of breaking into the Vegas zone, goes from forehand backhand and got a shot away from in front of the net. Martinez Troy was talking about him had darted back and got a stick on that shot, deflecting it out of play well, Vegas in making their decisions on who tow Pick up to add at the deadline picked up a veteran guy who's won Stanley Cups. Alex Martinez Stew Stanley Cups with the L. A Kings. He was the heartbreak guy that scored the goal against the Blackhawks in Game seven on the missed call When they Knox Nick Leddy stick out of his hands and the puck went up over Nick Leddy up over Corey Crawford. Dribbled into the net. My.

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Washington state announces broad new restrictions to curb surging coronavirus

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Washington state announces broad new restrictions to curb surging coronavirus

"Virus cases. Surgeon Washington New restrictions take effect on Thursday. Here's Cairo radios Hannah Scott with details new limits on restaurants and bars in Washington. Those will limit indoor dining two on ly people living in the same household at the same table. No more than five people for table on Phase three or pool tables, darts and video games are off limits until phase for an all alcohol service has to stop by 10 p.m. All bars regardless of whether the place serves food are only allowed to serve people outside. Bowling alleys and other indoor family entertainment are also closed until phase for

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Open Letter Demands Lightfoot, Dart Not Cooperate with Federal Agents Coming to Chicago

Nick Digilio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Open Letter Demands Lightfoot, Dart Not Cooperate with Federal Agents Coming to Chicago

"Community on the side organizations of the Angels. have sent an I open now letter know to should Congo that Mayor he is Lori with Lightfoot. them. The invite They're encouraging only ceremony and ended included the city's members cooperation of the House and with Senate Operation leadership legend. like House Speaker That's Nancy a federal Pelosi law enforcement and operation Senate Majority targeting violent Leader Mitch crime. McConnell. May all The state of us Senator Robert Peters, Democrat that he will leave villain, behind Always 13 under district this dome. in should call go sign that Pray letter for a back fraction way for us to get out of it is Of impacting John Strength in the people in the community. soon, We some need Chicago the residents forces who choose and support. to spend At more least than 24 four Children hours in Wisconsin under the age of 10 will have be been shot asked in Chicago as self quarantine over the past for five a minimum weeks. of two Mayor weeks. Lightfoot Pond returning has to responded Chicago. to the letter, W saying jeans, her Dana understanding Rebeca's of his Operation story starting Legend with mayor in like Chicago. Foot. Seeing Is that an the increase additional federal resources in states will be limited to around partnerships US. that Wisconsin, already for exists example, between Chicago is going to go police on our quarantine and list federal agents. later this week. Wisconsin Illinois State now Police becoming are the investigating 19th the state shooting of a

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The Rise of the Ratty Muscle Cars

Talking Mopars

04:33 min | 2 weeks ago

The Rise of the Ratty Muscle Cars

"Hello my friends and welcome back to another episode of talking Mo- part before we kick things off, I just wanted to announce that. In case you have not heard the build Mo- par project car has been chosen and we. The people have decided that the modern Hemi will be going into a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock tribute car, so now Hemi pages is on the hunt for nineteen sixty eight dodge DART hardtop to use as the platform for the built. So if you or anyone you know is selling a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART. Please reach out to my friends over a Hemi pages. You can go to Henry Pages. Dot. Dot Com or even build. Mo-. Par Dot com and reach out to those guys and let him know what you got. This is going to be a really exciting build, and if you didn't get a chance to vote on the first round, be sure to vote in on the next rounds and also tell all your friends about this project. We need to blow this thing up. We need to get thousands. Hundreds of thousands hopefully, millions of people involved in this and just see what we can come up with as a community I'm sure we can cook up something crazy, so that should be really fun. Maybe you've got a moped project. Project you're building or maybe you just went out and bought yourself your I. Mo par. Maybe it's not a show car. Maybe it's a little ratty. That's what we're talking about here today. I WanNa talk about the rise of the ratty muscle cars, because it seems to me that in the past few years, these ratty muscle cars and radio trucks have blown up. They are huge right now and I think I have the answer as to why this is occurring, but you know. I think it's multifaceted, but I really liked the movement I think it's an awesome movement. I think. It opened some doors for people that would otherwise not be able. Able to get into a muscle car. I think it lowers the barrier for entry for people like myself that don't have a lot of money can't buy show winning car that can't buy a fully restored Khuda or something crazy like that, but maybe you found a ratty mo par in your local classifieds for a couple of grand that needed a little bit of work, but you could tow it home and get running and driving lickety-split and get it on the road. That is Iraqi muscle car, and that's what I like to see. I love to see these cars on the road and not rotting into the ground. I think it's awesome. So now that we're warmed up, let's get this show on the road. This week project car the week is actually a truck that was posted on Wednesday July twenty, second at three PM, and going with the theme of ratty muscle cars and ratty trucks I thought this was a perfect fit, and it also happens to be really cool and has a ton of potential and would make an excellent project vehicle for anybody that wants to get in the Mo- par game and doesn't have a lot of coin in their pocket, so let's get into the at. Nineteen Seventy Dodge D. One hundred short box, five, thousand, six, hundred ninety five dollars Columbia Falls Montana lowered six inches the right way twenty inch wheels out back in eighteen inch up front wheels and tires, brand, new three eighteen auto, call or text titles. Status is clean. All right folks what we have here is what appears to be a running driving nineteen seventy truck. And it's got a cool Patina on it. It is not a show truck by any means if you think you're going to get. Show quality paint, and no dense dings or bumps bruises. You are wrong now. In case you're new to the show. I am a huge fan of mope par trucks and especially the nineteen seventy two to nineteen eighty, because I do have seventy six myself but I really love the early swept lines, and they have a ton of potential, but the good thing about trucks. For some reason they look amazing when their team it out. Maybe it's just me and now don't get me wrong I. Do love a beautiful. Beautiful Show Truck I. Love Him. I think they're gorgeous. There's something about an old. You know for lack of a better term farm truck that I really like especially ones that are slightly customized. You know little lowered with some nice wheels. They just have a personality and its personality that I really liked the nice thing about this one is that runs drives so like many of the other project cars? We've talked about the past. You can go out and enjoy this thing while you work on it this. This thing is good to go scout brand, new wheels and tires on it, and you know what it runs and drives. It's got a three eighteen in it, so you can keep three eighteen, or you can upgrade. Get a modern. Hemi, you know five thousand this. You could probably get this trump for five grand,

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Los Angeles - Section Of Jeronimo Open Space Temporarily Closes After 2 Coyote Attacks

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Los Angeles - Section Of Jeronimo Open Space Temporarily Closes After 2 Coyote Attacks

"Section of a popular hiking trail in Mission Viejo is now closed to Coyote attacks this morning. CBS two's great Mills has more from also quick trail. Besides closing the trail, the city of Mission Viejo posted a warning about the two attacks on Facebook. It's kind of scary Friday evening around dusk, Ron how Barrow was walking here when he had a close encounter of the coyote. Kinda Coyote darted right in front of me within, like, five feet of me. Actually follow me along the fence. Then he spotted another one. He decided his walk was over for the night. Laura Wittmer as running and she says she often sees counties. But this morning one bitter on the hell. She was able to drive herself to the emergency room and says she want to go Rabies treatments as a precaution of the next two weeks, the word on the condition of the other victim.

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How to Stand Strong in Every Season of Life

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

05:13 min | 3 weeks ago

How to Stand Strong in Every Season of Life

"A baby when they first start walking. They prefer to hold onto something. And we're like that too, and that's okay in the beginning. You want props. You want people to help you and so every time you get in trouble you, you call somebody you know you need to be encouraged into. People always have to keep you propped up, but the time comes when God's GonNa. Kick all those props out from under you and you'RE GONNA have to face the enemy yourself and learn how to stand strong. And then be strong for other people. Well this man was still laying there, depending on everybody else. Everybody else always gets ahead of me well. You know what I think I think in thirty eight years. Even if I couldn't walk, I think I could have wiggled. Thirty eight years come on. Surely, he could've wiggled over to the edge of that pool in thirty eight years. And had this attitude next year. When that angel comes I'm going to be the first in this pool or I'm going to drown trying. You know what Jesus said to him. He didn't say oh. You poor guy. Oh Wow thirty eight years and nobody. Puts you in. And everybody always gets ahead of you. No wonder you're down in life. Why Jesus get up. Get up. In the Bible there's a big exclamation mark. And then he said clean up your bed and take it with you. I like that not only does God. Want us to get up wants to clean up our mess that we've made all those years that we were lying around the Muffin. Six. Says that versus twelve and thirteen our struggle is not against flesh and blood. But. It's against the rulers, the authorities the powers. Of this dark world, and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realm. So we're fighting a war where we're in a war, but it's spiritual war. It's not a natural war. How are how are you going? beat the devil up. You can't double up your fist and hit him. You can't choke him. You can't knock him down. We have to fight him spiritually. Bursts rt says therefore put on the full armor of God. So that win, the day of evil comes you. Don't wait until you're in trouble to put on the armor of God. You wear it all the time. And the armor that God gives us. It's spiritual on her. It's not like a suit of armor like a night would have worn. It is truth the Bible says. Tightened the belt of truth. When you're standing your ground, tighten the belt of truth that means hang onto the word of God like never before. When it seems like none of it's working for you. Hang onto it like never before. Don't let the enemy steal it from you. I love Romans Eight. where it says sometimes we looked like sheep being led to the slaughter, but right in the midst of all of these things we are more than conquerors. Got To remember that when you look like a sheep being led to the slaughter. Come on somebody in that place right now. You tell somebody you know. There's not a believer that you've got victory and they think he's lost your mind. Cause Today on. You looked like none of this is working. A man, and that's what the devil wants you to believe. None of those work and you're wasting your time. But that's when you tighten that belt of truth, and you say my breakthrough WorldCom God is faithful. It's righteousness. It's knowing who you are in Christ. The breastplate of righteousness it covers your heart. The shoes of peace. The helmet of salvation. If you're going to be a Christian learned, think like a Christian. Lifting up the shield of faith. Not Good enough just to drag it around with you when those fiery darts come you lift it up. That's what I did this morning. When the Devil said you're done, you're preaching. House is good as it used to be. In the spirit. Lifted up my shield of faith. Wire went right on studying. I tell you those things because I want you to know that. No matter how long you're welcome with God. The enemy is still going to try to lie to you. It may be fewer and further between but. I think about that and I think how amazing. After all these years, and all the thousands and thousands of sermons, that I'm preached, why in the world in the middle of my studying? What I hear something like that because Satan is a liar, and he always wants to make you now here this doubt yourself.

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Bloody Mary

Ghostly

03:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Bloody Mary

"If you remember this was a few episodes ago, but we had two weeks where we told 'EM J story and she and her family, they moved a couple of different places and had entities follow them, and it was. It was pretty terrifying and one of the questions I had at that time. Was You know I hope that or thoughts I had was just that I hoped things were were better. You know for them, so. This was her. Follow up email to me all right all right. So listening to you, Re tell my story of how the weird supernatural happenings that had been dealing with for the last couple of years made me feel like I was not imagining everything. listening to the PODCAST, my husband was disappointed that I didn't tell you about the reoccurring slugs that we get at each house. Oh I don't think that's paranormal those it. Well I mean that's up to debate. Okay? She says I didn't see it as an important part of our story, but he said if I were to tell you more about our story than I needed to tell you about the slugs at the end of the third segment. Yo, that's this was even like three segments, and this is going to be long as. As well You also just suggested that I write in. If things continue to happen well, it's a coming up on a year with living in the new place and surprise surprise things continue to happen. With the last three places we had lived, it had only been one entity the dark figure, but with the new place it seems like I was right. We did manage to lose it. House, but by losing one, we gained three, oh. The red entity, the Pale one and the one in the bathroom. Wow! which they like that I'm sorry. I don't mean laugh because it's gotta be. But I. WHO, but it's actually appropriate for this episode as we will learn yes. The one in the bathroom we call the bathroom. Demon is much like the previous instances at the other houses, but it likes to turn the light out and talk to us when we are in the shower. I'm not allowed to do any fart jokes. Can I do potty jokes? No, okay all right. That's not during this time. No far far far. No I I while it is talking, it mimics our voices, so we think that we are talking to each other. It also likes to mess with the towels by knocking them down from the shelf. Now the I've had that happen Oh inserts to make you rethink things. Now with the red entity I remember the first time I had seen it. My husband was away for work, and the kiddos were sleep in their beds, I was sitting in the living room and where I was sitting. You can directly see the kitchen window while sitting there. I had noticed something darting back and forth by the window. I started to stare at the window when the thing that was darting finally stopped and just in front of the window. This was weird because the window is on the second floor. And there was no walkway up to the window. It was a drop off to the ground below. I got up and walked towards the window to see what was going on. And when I got to. The window banged on the window, then disappeared.

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

04:16 min | Last month

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"And it will get is. And I didn't realize that no. What happens is. You have to have. Hustle and muscle behind it. When I realized that. Everything made sense to me. Then I talked to someone else and explained to me. so here's the thing. For every hour you spent writing. You have to spend three promoting the piece you wrote. I was. Taken aback by this because if you know anything about me or if you've gathered anything about me. I'm always working on the next thing. So that means I'm not constantly promoting what I did. Because I'm working on the next thing. I'm doing three things at once, so if I'm promoting that one of these things that I did I'm already working on something else. I'll have the time to ram it down everybody's throats or push it everywhere else. I. Promote things. I'm doing in the interim while doing other things. which brings me, Mile Point? Recently. I've told you a couple of weeks ago. I believe that our. FACEBOOK started cracking down on what day perceived being spam. Spam meaning my weekly post where I say this is a new episode of Dart against humanity, and these are all the forty plus. PODCAST. Distributors. You can get it at, or you can stream it through for your convenience. After more than two years. facebook decided that was spam. So they took them all down. And I'm like I don't interact with people on facebook. Quite literally all I use facebook for is to post when I do a new episode darting issue Mandy when I'm quoted in an article. When I have a new piece on a new site. Or A book link. That's what I use facebook for. I don't interact with people on facebook. Sometimes family will send me something on on facebook and I don't see that shit for like weeks. I don't use facebook. Now. facebook. Is One thing. Twitter I'm actually active on. What happened recently is especially I believe. Is it yesterday or the day before yesterday now being as Friday? There was a hacking. On on twitter. and. You have a verified account. You were locked out for two hours. I didn't know that happened because I was so busy. Writing The aforementioned piece and I'm still finishing I'm going to finish on Friday. Friday now I'm going to finish today. And I was completely oblivious that this happened so when I get on twitter, everybody's talking about you know the hacking and and Verified uses being locked out making about it. All over the time line. And I'm like an air. Like I knew something was wrong because Dart. Dart was quiet and I'm like. That was quite dot was working. You know anything happen. So, somebody posted a meme. So you're like Spiderman. When the hawks snapped everybody back, and they showed like spider man going up to Tony Stark. All I know..

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Coronavirus Surge in Tulsa 'More Than Likely' Linked to Trump Rally

World News This Week

00:35 sec | Last month

Coronavirus Surge in Tulsa 'More Than Likely' Linked to Trump Rally

"The areas with surging cases Tulsa Oklahoma were president. Trump campaigned last month inside. Tulsa down events on June eighteenth. Watching the fake president trump rallied sixty one hundred supporters outside. Protesters encounter protesters to the streets. The city's Health Director Dr Bruce Dart refuses to be specific, but we had several large events a little of two weeks ago. which is about right so I? Guess we just kicked it up and connecting the dots. He finds that today's covid nineteen surge was most likely born in the third week of June when the president and the protesters were in Tulsa

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Four years after officers killed in ambush, Dallas struggles to reconcile legacy with ongoing unrest

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:49 sec | Last month

Four years after officers killed in ambush, Dallas struggles to reconcile legacy with ongoing unrest

"Today for the families of some police officers killed in downtown Dallas four years ago. Today. About 800 people were protesting police shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana four years ago when police say someone targeted white police officers for a building downtown. Killing four Dallas police officers and one dart officer who are walking with demonstrators in blocking intersection for their march. That's what every department across this country, you know, we have 18,000 Police department's over 800,000 officers across this country, and we literally pay for every officer's thin. Dallas Police Association president Mike Meara says back the Blue was a popular phrase after that shooting. But George Floyd's case has caused the attitude to turn back. You're seeing more attacks against officers, not just in the city of Dallas, but across this country, and it needs to stop. Police are planning a minute of radio silence tonight to mark the time the gunman started shooting. Alan

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Four years after officers killed in ambush, Dallas struggles to reconcile legacy with ongoing unrest

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:55 sec | Last month

Four years after officers killed in ambush, Dallas struggles to reconcile legacy with ongoing unrest

"Families of police officers killed in downtown Dallas on July 7th 4 years ago. Meeting today for a private ceremony at Dallas Police headquarters hears Kay are oldies out on sky. About 800 people were protesting police shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana four years ago when police say someone targeted white police officers for building downtown. Killing four Dallas police officers and one dart officer who are walking with demonstrators in blocking the intersection for their march. That's what every department across this country, you know, have 18,000 Police department's over 800,000 officers across this country and we literally pay for every officer's thin. Dallas Police Association president Mike Meara says back the Blue was a popular phrase after that shooting. But George Floyd's case has caused the attitude to turn back. You're seeing more attacks against officers, not just in the city of Dallas, but across this country, and it needs to stop. Police are planning a minute of radio silence tonight to mark the time the gunman started shooting.

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"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

02:38 min | Last month

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Click one button, and they will search for sponsors for you, and they will come back, and they will give you an option of recording, and like the one I'm doing right now. So if you're interested in this, what you should do is you should go download the free anchor APP, or go to Anchor Dot FM backslash and just get started. I'm Dart Adams and I am. An anchor podcast. One, What up, this is Dr Adams and welcome to episode eighty, five hundred against humanity. So last week. My episode was about to specific articles. Get related to two different aspects of. Sample based culture in terms of rap. one of them was about was an article about A. A French, a group called CORTEX which. is well known and in terms of like. The HIP, hop. Ample dig record digging community right. And it's kind of gone a mainstream because mainstream artists have sampled them. And, the other article was pretty much about. Someone, who is young? Who is digging? For a sample source. But using digital means. As opposed to getting his hands dirty digging the way we did back in the day and how the entire culture of. Digging for a sample source. Is completely different and removed from the one way we went under as older people, but the fact that a matter is did since technology changed I feel that a good percentage of US still used those type of means like I. Doug, you know got my hands dirty digging the normal, the traditional manner but I also did it online. Because the P.. Two P. Sites emerged between nineteen, ninety, nine, two, thousand, two, thousand, one, and then once real time on the Internet caught up with us, and we were on. We could be on the Internet twenty four seven when DSL modems cable modems and things that happened going into the Digital Cable era, two thousand to two, thousand and three. We were looking for songs using the Internet searching. Using new methods through Google you, but we will also using things like. Any.

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New Zealand's health minister resigns after virus blunders

BTV Simulcast

00:19 sec | Last month

New Zealand's health minister resigns after virus blunders

"Ministers resigned over string of lock down breaches during the peak of the Corona virus crisis. David Clarke went for a bike ride in the early days of what was one of the world's strictest lockdowns, and three days later, he took a 20 kilometre drive to walk along the beach Prime Minister Justin Dart and called him quote a distraction and the

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Trump throws darts at Lightfoot, Pritzker over crime in Chicago; offers help with ‘unsolved challenges’

John Williams

00:50 sec | Last month

Trump throws darts at Lightfoot, Pritzker over crime in Chicago; offers help with ‘unsolved challenges’

"A letter to governor Pritzker Pritzker and and mayor mayor late late for for president president trump trump says says Chicago Chicago deserves deserves better better when when it it comes comes to to combating combating violence violence following following the the father's father's day day weekend weekend that's that's some some more more than than a a hundred hundred people people shot shot WGN's WGN's Erik run has more he says he's willing to step in and help him only the mayor governor would put aside politics and even offers up some members of his cabinet to help saying they could quote help devise a plan to make Chicago say since a successful formula has escaped the both of you in your predecessors Lightfoot responded in a series of tweets saying quote I don't need leadership lessons from Donald Trump she praised police called the letter a cheap trick to score political points spew racist rhetoric and ignore the impact of coveted governor Pritzker called the letter a press stunt meant to distract from his long list of failures especially his response to the corona virus and nationwide calls for racial justice

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Coronavirus: Australia sends 1,000 army personnel to Victoria to fight outbreak

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:44 min | Last month

Coronavirus: Australia sends 1,000 army personnel to Victoria to fight outbreak

"We Begin Today's program in Australia which is preparing to deploy its army to help deal with the surging corona virus cases in the state of Victoria public health workers are knocking on the doors of thousands of homes, offering free tests. One regional health minister has warned his residents don't go to Melbourne well, let's get the very latest now with Karen Middleton. WHO's a Saturday? Papers chief political correspondent in Cambria Carrot, welcome back to monocle twenty four. Could you just bring up to date, please? Yes. Indeed, we've been down. Congratulating ourselves a bit here in Australia that we've been doing well with reducing the infection rod across the country, and all of a sudden in the state of Victoria capital of which is Melbourne as you mentioned. They have seen a reversal of that for the past nine days. They've had double digit infection rates now of course, compared to the rest of the world, and particularly some hot spots around the world. That's very very small, but we all know that the virus stopped small and spreads fast and so double digit infection rights can quickly guard glory to more than that, and in fact yesterday they. announced they had seventeen new infections and today is struggling time that that number is thirty three new infections, so you can see these exponentially growing again, and that's going in the wrong direction as far as the government is concerned, so there's now an all out effort to try and taste the people in the hot spots around Melbourne. which is in the northwest of the city, and in the southeast of the city to try and find out how this is spreading, and to stop it as quickly as possible. You said they sort of all out attempt. It seems to be very rapid and very thorough people knocking on doors and the army being boughten. Yes, that's right I. mean the testing regime is more intense than it was at the beginning of the pandemic, because here in Australia, just like everywhere else the capacity petition as much more now than it was early on when the whole country with on higher alert, so these inability should test more people now that it will include people who aren't showing any symptoms any respiratory symptoms. Symptoms that might indicate covid nineteen, so they really trying to get as many people tested in those hotspot areas as possible. They're recommending that people don't move around the city and Dart Melbourne. If I particularly come from those areas people in other parts of the country, being urged not to go to heaven, so we we do have a slot pariah situation for one stage, but. The attempt is to try, and really could title that infection and as you say. The army is being holding interestingly tonight. The request for the army that came from the state government has been scaled down somewhat. It's evening here in Australia and earlier today, the premier of Victoria had for about a thousand troops to come to help with. Tasting and transport and other areas like monitoring hotel biased quarantaine. He's now scowled down that request to any about one hundred and fifty from one thousand, so to be unclear, exactly how many will do, and whether there will be involved in the knocking on doors, and the army has been doing that in other parts of Australia. Pandemic and date was called out to help with the bushfire crisis earlier in the year two, so the first time, the army's beat out, but it does indicate that these some urgent situation. How much faith is that in the authorities to do the right thing and act promptly, because it's always a question of trust, isn't it between the Guardians of the station, those who live in it. Yes I think there's a considerable degree of confidence here. Because a strategy has will seem fiction, writes the rest of the country with the exception of Sydney which still has. Reasonable numbers of infections compared to the rest of the country and the rest of have have next to no new infections right across Australia and I think that's a combination of the swift actions of the government, and also the response of the people who were willing to keep themselves in tain and Steinheim and wash their hands and do all the things that were asked to do and that has. Managed to keep the infection rate in check so I think people do trust the government. Unfortunately, though in some parts of the country, and clearly in these parts of Melbourne Win, the restrictions were eased a little bit. There were some people who didn't observe social distancing requirements anymore. The government in Victoria saying it was largely attributable to be family groups that were meeting and catching up. At the time the restrictions were lifted in PAPP's not staying as far as they were required to so. The now, GONNA enough. Ice With this new infection at the hubbing doesn't turn into a full blind second wife.

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DART Approves $150 Per Week Hero Pay For Dallas Frontline Workers

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:15 sec | Last month

DART Approves $150 Per Week Hero Pay For Dallas Frontline Workers

"Dart frontline workers will be getting a little something extra in their paychecks over the next several weeks they're getting heroes pay for the next eight weeks up to an extra one hundred fifty Bucks a week it's a thank you for keeping dart operating during the ongoing

Chicago's Cook County sheriff wins partial appeal victory over COVID-19 order covering jail conditions

Matt Bubala

00:33 sec | Last month

Chicago's Cook County sheriff wins partial appeal victory over COVID-19 order covering jail conditions

"A federal appeals court has handed a partial victory to a cook county sheriff Tom dart in a lawsuit filed by Northwestern University means the sheriff can ignore at least part of a preliminary court ruling in a lawsuit that accused him of failing to stop spread of the corona virus at cook county jail the suit in part tried to block the sheriff from housing more than one inmate Purcell currently twenty seven inmates are infected it's been several weeks since a covert related death at the jail as of today that number stood at seven potentialities

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Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater

Casefile True Crime

04:55 min | Last month

Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater

"In July of Nineteen, ninety-one things looked promising verizon year old Julie Dodd. bobbly spirited teenager with wavy brown hair and a smile she had recently finished high school, and was hoping to fulfil locked long dream of joining Britain's armed forces. Julie had grown up in late the largest city in the northern English county of West. Yo Shaw where she still lived with her mother. On Tuesday July, nine, nineteen, ninety-one Julie, spent the day with her boyfriend twenty year all Dominick Nari who lived in the nearby suburb of gitten. At six o'clock in the evening, the couple went to dominique sister rose's house where Julie helped prepare meal of Roast, Lamb and Yorkshire Pudding. After They Dayton, Juliet excused herself to start not shift at the hospital where she'd recently started working as an orderly. At seven forty five PM. She cased Dominic Goodbye and departed wearing a black skirt with a pink and black jacket. At, nine Peon Julie Find Dominique to say she would be working until eleven thirty PM and would then return to her Gnheim. Dominique noticed that there appeared to be music. Playing in the background is though Julie were calling from a POB. Two days past and dominate could didn't hear from Julie. Then on the morning of fraud. Agent Lights Twelve. He received an unexpected visit from his sister rose, who had found a handwritten envelope addressed to hin amongst her male. There was a letter inside written in Julie's handwriting which read. Dominic helped me plays of Ben. Kidnapped and obeying held as a personal security until next Monday night. Please go until my mom straightaway. Love you so much, dominic? Mom find the police stride away and helped me. Have not eaten anything, but I'll have offered food. Feeling a bit sick, but on drinking two cups of Tape Day. Mum Dominic. Help me. Love You all? Julie. Upon rating the letter Dominic Cold Julie's mother. Lynn Dodd to rush Daiva to rate it for herself. She noticed that despite being pending Julie's handwriting, some of the woods and freising didn't Santa luck daughter at all. More IVA lean couldn't understand why Julie would be abducted and held for ransom. Has Family had little money? Lynn immediately called the police to report her daughter missing and gave them the lead off. Police began looking into JULIE'S LAV Born on March one, nineteen, seventy three, Julie Anne Dodd, was the first chart of Lin and Alec Hill who went on to have a son named poll two years later. When Julie was four years old. Alex left his young family and in Nineteen, seventy, eight Lynn remarried and electrician named a and dot. The Julianne poll what close to their stepfather? Calling Him Dad and adopting he surname? Lin and day in separated when Julie was sixteen years old, but a in maintained a relationship with these stepchildren. Although Julie was brought. She wasn't a dedicated student and instead preferred to focus on her athletic abilities. A talented Rana. She participated in school and county competitions, accumulating a number of trophies, which her mother proudly displayed in the family In her spare Don Julie locked, socializing dancing and performing Karaoke with her friends. While she was still at school. She go to Tom Job at a cafe, which was wish she met Dominique a CO worker, who was two years her senior. They dated for three years, and when Julie was just seventeen, they became engaged.

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Masks optional at Trump's Oklahoma rally

Glenn Beck

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Masks optional at Trump's Oklahoma rally

"Days before president trump's planned rally in Tulsa and the indoor event will take place over the objections of some there are mixed reactions on the ground in Oklahoma ahead of president trump's first rally on Saturday in months well Tulsa's mayor says it's an honor to host the president health officials have expressed concern about its timing in indoor location after a recent uptake at new coronavirus cases across Oklahoma and in Tulsa Tulsa's mayor GT Bynum has this message for those planning to participate follow Dr darts advice about wearing a mask maintaining social distancing washing your hands if you don't feel well don't go face masks will be given to the some nineteen thousand people in attendance wearing them is optional

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"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Deadens and I am an anchor. Podcast ONE DART atoms and this is episode eighty dart against humanity the last time accorded episode against. Your Maniac said it was episode seventy eight. One is actually seventy nine which is weird because that was the third time I'd gone through that intro. So how I got one was weird. Anybody was notice. I've done a whole bunch of podcasts. Lately the last episode. I mentioned that I was on to other podcast. Since then I've done two more One of them was the rap rankings. Podcast where I discussed being rock homes. Classic seminal debut album paid in full. I talked about song seven on that album with as demand goes on reason. I did that being when you listen to the album. There are ten songs. Three of them instrumentals. The last song as a bonus beats pretty much extended beat so that one doesn't count but of the other remaining six songs five of the singles and the one song that isn't a single as demand goes on as a mom goes on a super crucial because it bridges the sauna comes before it and it allows you to listen to Chinese arithmetic now songs to scratch songs on. Payden four not great scratch songs. But it's still a classic album. And as the broncos on is crucial reason why and its placement on side B and I ex. I explained all that the podcast over three hours long. I show up our forty five minutes in just so you know next. Podcast I did was Freshest the word podcast. We talked about everything from aging in the hip hop journalism. Space passing the torch between generations. Why wasn't always flew weighed We talked about the similarities between Detroit and Boston music. How I got into the music of Detroit. I talked about the my time in Boston. My life the history of Boston music. I especially talked about Boston the Boston funk all stars and I gave a long list of playlist essentially of on Boston funk classics aside from the obvious songs and I believe I almost got the mole between the list that I sent him and the songs that I mentioned. I pretty much got them. All after the podcast was over I went back and listen. I was like family. I missed about three or four songs. But what's going to happen is more than likely on twitter. I'm going to post a whole bunch of Boston funk classics between noon and probably two on Friday problem being that something annoys me to most google. Search something on twitter and it acts like it's never been there before like your name plus two Hashtag or or the subject. What have you and you will act like. You never tweeted about that. I've been on twitter going on twelve years. I've done several Boston. Funk tweets several just just like I used to do the old dome diggers. No if I dig as no way it'll bring up like a few joints here and there and I'm like what are you doing? I used to do full. Diggers nose drops for years both on my account and produces. I know so is weird that happens. I don't understand how it happens. Now that being said last episode I talked about how I was doing..

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"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

06:30 min | 3 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"If you don't know previous episode I believe it's Nintendo versus the fourth generation. Incredible episode of Dart Against Humanity. Sometimes go back in this to it was like Goddamn on fire on that one I really want to understanding. This is the last season as fuck is man So another thing right is I see. They're releasing the turbo graphic sixteen. Many now I loved the Turbo Gravity Sixteen. I was introduced to the sixteen by my younger brothers. Frank Chi also my friend but he owned one and at the time the console wars just heating up the console wars will like crips and bloods Nobody was really rich enough to own multiple consoles. So you major choice. You made your bed. You lied in and you fucking Bang for your set you put in work. I remember cats would and I mentioned the previous episode. I love saying that cats would be in the lunchroom to be fucking arcade. They'd be out at the court and they would be going back and forth arguing about fucking specs in games for gaming systems which is some nerdy shit but when it's a bunch of Brown kids doing it they manage to make the most Gangsta Shit in the world champs. Fuck Nintendo I got genesis. May Genesis got this got this you see the graphics on joint did. Y'All y'all man man man Man Guy Double Dragon. You call the play player. You gotta play versus mode and that's time graphics. Any good fucking spikes jumping off the screen. I mean Damn even say Masson got to player fucking on Double Double Dragon and you know the sigma. Some used to always get thrown under the bus always get thrown under the bus. There was one kid in my neighborhood with the SEGA master system. His name was Chris. Chris lived two streets over from me. I will go over his house a like a so. You won't play a game that what you got. I got just got Rustan when you got resting Sakir. Select an arcade like Arcade Board as fuck plan. Rest in I got zillion to try formation on like Oh word I remember the anime. I played a game like this. You don't capture my attention. Don't you pull out Alice kid? Bullshit were some good games for the sake system. The problem as it was the Sega master system and Intendo has some trash as games but Nintendo could get by with playability and and other things. You know the graphics can be trash but the game was a playable and then there were times when you know the second masochism has some games that was you know Nice. But it's to say mess system. I got twenty games for Nintendo. People WANNA play. You Got Three big bank take. Little Bank so yeah day seventy in quarantine found the got a new TV but his thing my TV is so big that. I'm looking at the T. V. I'm looking at my old stand like a new stand. I'm looking at my old Stan and when I changed out my old TV moved it to my liberal moved into my room and put the new TV here. And I look at the Stan. I'm like to stand his oldest. Fuck I've been in this apartment. Twenty twenty one years this Spring Spring now so twenty one years have been in this apartment and I'm like how long have I this fucking stand the TV stand. Steve stands been here for like three. Tv's I need a new stadium so as soon as I get the new TV. Put on all stand. I fucking go buy a new stand so that shit supposed to come by the twenty seventh. It probably won't get to the twenty ninth and thirtieth and my game just for wines so by the time. I do this next episode. I'm going to have my new TV on the newsstand and more than likely to go on. Tell me MAFA GONNA come at a certain time. I me waiting for it. I'm waiting for it. I'm going to be looking around for it. I'm going to look at updates just to find out demo the fucking lobby so yeah man. I don't know if this was enjoyable for you but I've been busy. I've been doing stuff I've been trying to live life in this what we call the new normal. That ain't normal at all. So Oh yeah. I did a podcast. Recently are the pride of Boston for the breaking atoms. On podcast I did that one. I have another podcast that I did. Recently Believe some rap rankings. That one should be out soon. And I'm about to do to more podcast appearances one with my one of my boys from Going way back Mommy from Detroit And then there's another one. I'm doing what I do G Valentino Ball of conversations with g should be happening I'm all over the place man. I'm I'm everywhere man. So thanks for hanging out with me for this forty five minutes one..

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"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

10:31 min | 6 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"I wrote the liner notes for the GIF volume? Six cream of beets. I have to tell you how insane it is when you think about it and go back and just realize like Yo. There's something with my name on it like you. Do you understand what it means to have your name on something and for me. It meant more because my mom When she was still alive didn't fully understand what it is I did and it's kind of To explain for people who let's say you had immigrant parents right. Don't fully understand what like creative endeavors pursues. Percents actually mean for their kids because they only have the idea that in their mind at Yo. You're going to be a doctor. You're going to be a lawyer you're going to do X Y and Z. You know something that I know that you're going to be successful at like right. Being a comedian or artist or journalists on a in our with the what is that you know so my mom. She didn't fully get me being in anything creative writing. You know I'm like I want to write comic books. Is that even something people do. Do I want to be an anr. What the fuck is that? You know what you do. I work with people record labels in do anybody I know. Noah's independent is hip hop you. Try to explain that to fucking sixty year old woman. They don't get it you know. They don't understand. No the the A beat beat beat uploaded to band camp and I download them in sequence like they don't understand the importance of that our framing. I wrote this. I point to a website and you see words like who the fuck is going to rebate. So I spent spent the last ten years getting here to now. I have a book out with my name on it. Trying to get another book out trying to get that launched writing to other ones About out to get into like lecturing normally might travel for that. I have home the book. Is it right now. Two different schools Johnson C Smith and South Carolina and Butler University in Indiana. Try is about to be in a couple of more schools of NYU Hopefully some of the spots. But I want to have more books following this up and the process writing and researching ching another one so hopefully by the time this podcast returns. May I twenty twenty. I'll be an elevated needed space and I have more stories to tell but also somethingyoushouldknow season five is going to be this podcast. Final season season going to encompass episodes seventy six to a hundred and then at a hundred is a rat. I don't even off season. Five's going to be the same type of a format where I'm talking into my home phone. I might have guessed might do something different like I do at home like I do with my other podcast with four Boston. The Boston ledges podcast. Oh cast was from actually going to really launch into this spring but again season five is going to be the final season of Dart against humanity. Just do me a couple of favors before I in in this episode. Because I'm already running longer but it doesn't really matter because again. This is the final episode of the season so it could be as long as whatever is not like. I'M GONNA have to put up another episode next week. I'm Oh hey this. If you bought the book of Dart from Amazon please do me a favor and give me a five star rating for the book. It goes a long own way as an independent book. Nobody wrote anything about meal. Nobody posted me on any lis- nobody at any site or outlet wrote about the wrote about the album wrote about the book album wrote about the book but it sold and people enjoyed it people. We'll stop me on the street and want to talk about specific chapters which I love so please review the book give it five stars. Hopefully by the time we come back has like twenty at least twenty Reviews Custom customers. That goes a long way their books that have sold way more than mine. The don't even have as many reviews. News or five-star abuses minds already has which is nuts from customers but this is how we vote so if you bought it please do that If you listen to guard against humanity on outlet I'm may not know about. Please tweet me it at Dart Underscore Adams and tell me where you listen to the podcast or email me poisonous paragraphs at gmail.com. And tell me where you listen to a how you listen to dart against humanity wherever in the world you listen to it because I want to be able to Give shine to all those different podcast distributors. They may not post when I posted on twitter. I'd like for you to if if you haven't already go to I tunes. I think I have like sixty something. But go to itunes and give DART DART against humanity A full star rating and do a short of review. Or what have you if you can. I think I mean somewhere like thirty six different podcast distributors globally. But it will go a long way because I like like to even from my last season beyond Caesar and knocking on the door luminary. I want this podcast to being as many places as possible even in before it goes out because the last season's going to be twenty five episodes twenty five episodes. It's GONNA take four months plus if I do an episode a week. So don't be saying this is going to be the final season. Because I'm I'm going to be no actually twenty five episodes like six months math. GFM It starts in May. There's there's GonNa run all the way until like October. Yeah okay so we got time so even if the podcast about the end is going to change everything and all this really matters for one other reason vis dictates to anchor that I should get more opportunities in terms of sponsorship. A lot of people have been hitting me up anchor and the sponsors and they're not getting the sponsors that they used to. At one point last season I had three sponsors at once. I've had the same sponsor all season and I'm getting all my spawned money from this warn sponsor and I'm sure you know who that sponsor is because it's at the beginning of every episode. Sure I can use it for lunch money but you know even though. I'm just talking to a phone. This is work be not everybody can do this shit. You think just everybody could just talk to a phone. Speaking is a lot a lot of people boarded have podcast and go into a studio recorded. Initiating were life. You know you even a friend. Don't WanNa hear it. You know an age of real time social media the In an live streaming everybody and compelling and I gotTa Tell You I don't like hearing myself talk so I'm not saying that I'm this either but ah trying now on all right about to be out of here so almost four. AM going to watch. Whatever the hell is on net flicks chill until about six fifteen six thirty go to movie theater and see Margot Robbie and and whole bunch? The women you know kick people's as and hopefully this is a good DC EU film. I kind kind of feel like is going to be good because I've heard of the people that actually whose opinions I respect say that they like it anyways. I'm out back in May do what I said one..

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"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Started. I'm Dr Deadens. And I am an anchor podcast one. You would up Dart Adams episode seventy-five Dart against humanity. This is the final episode of Season Enforce The previous episode. I titled that Oh Kazumi Okazaki May is a fighting game term and it refers to what happens when you pressure your opponent when they're getting up from being knocked down and dome typically what happens is you're pressuring your opponent. You're trying to like and do something to call fifty fifty mix ups in order to keep them at a disadvantage so they cannot get back in the game. So you continue tenue the assault or the pressure now. I use that term to describe what was happening for people online line after feeling the grief or the loss of Kobe Bryant but also dealing with the weird changing changing world of online real time social media and how people police your actions in how everybody was dealing with grief differently. Some people are being extremely narcissistic. So with just felt and then dislike this attack this constant impetus or this constant you know thing happening noses like ongoing it was relentless. So what kind of use that term to are described that now this week the episode is Named a Barra those one. I'm familiar with this term It deals with a specific character's ability to deal a awesome amount of damage for Mike random hits in like exchanges so going going back and forth when an opponent. Because the idea is that there's times when you're in a fighting game depending on who your opponent is with the matchup is that you're at a disadvantage advantage. So you fighting going back and forth with them and trading even if you are a disadvantage this discounts. That means that you're still able to come out on top in the exchange because of the high amount the damage you can deal or if you're at a frame disadvantage now when you play fighting games one of the things that ends up happening. Is You a study. The frame data some tax faster some responses blocks leave you open and the attack or the input that happens next from your opponent that affects How you are able to either block take damage? What have you so basically the concept deals with you being able to come? Mm Out on top even when you're at a disadvantage whether it be through damage or your tax or you just being a slower character or responding slower but still being able to come on on top and survive now. What does that have to do with this particular particular episode? So here's the thing I usually record these episodes at midnight immediately. Why because because I usually do that because I have a full week leading up to the next episode recorded episode early midnight here? That means that it's up and running by the time People had their commutes an Europe a UK. And also. I get all those all those numbers but then I also get the numbers from whoever stateside picks it up when they go on their commute. Because because there's a five hour time difference now if I'm doing these episodes week after week after week so we'll have that Friday into that next Friday it makes sense. I want to record episode as soon as possible however if I'm recording that particular episode and it's the last episode of the season.

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Dart Against Humanity

08:19 min | 7 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"I saw the devil which is big gone daydream nation. Which is pretty slept on Kat Jennings movie released slept on Alpha dog which is another another favorite cult film of mine. Did I just feel people. Do not talk about nearly enough I think everybody knows about Scott Pilgrim vs the world. That's not like surprising. Anybody follows the mentioned that one Noel Clark a big fan of from the okay. He's made a few serieses and stuff like that like And films like the Adulthood Kid dealt hood films which which I think. A lot of people are relatively up on. I don't know if they know about four three two one where he tried to Stretch the idea of linear storytelling and jump cutting and telling this story. This story this story and combining them all out a lot of people remember four three two one. It was like a British film. The he did in America happy. Thank you more please thank did Doesn't want people may or may not be familiar with unthinkable is a cult film in every way shape of the word Samuel Jackson carrying Moss. On home if you haven't seen it find it super super and what's the other one about America Tom I feel like super that film about America and assassination nation are all along the same home home the same old. They're like they push the envelope for the audience is the what day what they can tolerate a what they can do what they can take from film. Kill the Irishman. I actually watched that Islam to me. That's a feel good film to most people that are like what are you talking about. That movie's insane enter the void. Which I don't really recommend for everybody The man from nowhere air which I love. There's movies like the robber. Elite squad or Trumpet Throw Daily. There's only squad on enemy within in which is trump a daily to Submarine Thunder sold a documentary about the Kashmir stage ban. It comes back a desert performance. The heart warming is fuck Averni will follow Every day sunshine which is a documentary about fishbone. I think the last Kevin Smith film he made did I thoroughly enjoyed and actually liked gent genuinely without any trepidation addition was red state from two thousand eleven. He I don't think he's made anything since then made me like feel like it's something you absolutely have have to see Attack the block which I feel like that's the the film did introduce the world to John Boyega and now he's John Man. Yego the Devil's double pariah by Dr is on here is the home. Is the cult film. I don't think as a cult film anymore the raid redemption. I feel like at the time the Colt Film. I don't think it's one now. You know movies like exam exam which was on Netflix. Like is there any more definitely definitely a cult film film. I just feel like the idea. Of What occult film is or isn't his changed over time you know because we didn't have All the ways to screen a film on demand as we do now. The proliferation of the red box changed a lot of things You didn't have video. The meal is a method to get your own movies. Out there. The the crowdfunding adding aspects was his infancy. So you have like an era of film that you know from Dawn. Dawn is the cult film. attornal sunshine of the spotless mind is a cult film. Confidence is a cult film The ice was cold Ice Thing on camera exactly was called as a cult film on the cooler right. The the Cooler Occult Film Essex Boys Go from nineteen ninety. Nine is a cult film. crazy because there's one Doug Limon's earliest like examples like he can. He can get the job done like take. The man did Mr Mrs Smith and the Bourne identity but he started with going nine hundred ninety nine and swingers you know so Their stuff like one of my favorite films vom the early Zeros is better luck tomorrow. Justin Lin debt. One Ravenous was getting me Lord War which I loved is one of my favorite home. Nicholas this case. Nicholas Cage is a whole lot of films that I consider Colt all the weather. Man Lord of war on the film where he's in the ambulance with ving Ramos. I think I mentioned Earlier twenty days later is definitely I feel cult film intermission definitely cult film Wonderland I don't know how many people really saw wonderland they're going to have to go back and catch it. The life aquatic with Steve Zizou is definitely a like in in Discussions discussions for like a cult film. I just don't feel I don't know how it can be but it like as time passed you had to like reevaluate. What was occult film? You know because how people were introduced to film before versus now completely changed then you had to start re evaluating things individually because what was a cult film. Ten years ago might not be one now but in some cases does movies there were cult films. Five years ago aren't ones now just because the game is different and then you have to factor in documentaries like on dog town Zibo boys which became the lords of dog town. You know Skate Gate Kitchen. You know a lot of people have seen mid nineties which I thought mid-nineties will be better than it. Was it kind disappointed me This stuff like A band called death which is an amazing documentary. That not enough people have seen gene. And then you have to think about like our films weren't widely distributed in America from countries automatically considered.

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Dart Against Humanity

06:46 min | 9 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Sasha Jenkins is another guy who inspiration to me trimmel challenge of his house of big inspiration to me because he came out of the Boston Metro area and until moved to New York and became a DJ in journalist which was what we aspired to be. Two other cats. That left Boston went to New York. Working became a journalist was Toray. But we ain't like Tory story is a fucking cornball so beat down and the source right pages anybody village voice anybody who will anything about hip hop or rap. Yup Did was viable. You know and seemed like they actually understood what was going on we. It inspired us to want to do the same. Even though I didn't realize I wanted to journalism I wanted to write back today. Oh Fun Fun Fun Fun. So on and salute to Sasha I should Jenkins to man That dude is really instrumental to a whole lot of things and the EGO trip book rat lists kind Kinda really kicked off the list mania era. I think that this book and another book that Vice Book about fashion kind to to change the way people wrote online and the whole blog era songs end with explosions. who is thinking about shit like this songs? Whip monkeys can't get enough of that monkey stuff across the paid a monkey gorilla gorilla pimping guerillas. Ain't Gangsta Gorillas in the mist. Let the monkey out monkey off my back plan to put the monkey in it. Primates in stitches twenty-five bumping car songs. Benza Bima to Bouma system born roll call hawkers cars cars with the boom. The trim crazy about cars cutlass Monte Carlos and Regal's dipping drive by Miss. Daisy fought my car academy is a Co.. It ain't a car jeep ass nigger jeeps lex. Combo is the juice the legs coops beamers bins the Mira Mar hoop gay on 'em fat and things I'm riding on fangs hangs rolling and must six full sitting on chrome sob story. I know you and you know me too. Don't boys in the Cadillac elect just in the West sad story. You're going to get your circus. Brecca northgate Ma not eight. You're going to catch those ego-trips trips. Fifteen favorite GME Christmas songs. Now y'all know I. My least favorite genre of music is Christmas. Music is played for a month every year and then discarded added right after We hit Christmas. So December twenty six. Nobody playing Christmas music. No more. Nobody cares but if you're working retail they played Christmas music all the gap. Aw Damn time. That's why he shoved down my throat. I hate being forced to do things I don't want to do. You got ego trip. Achievement awards it's just crazy. It's just book twenty years old top ten the rickel Mexican references. What Twenty Eight Scaling Songs About Racist Pump Police? Why Twenty eight okay? So we go to church right hip hop greatest singles by year. You've got one thousand nine hundred nine nine thousand nine hundred eighty one eighty two just going all the way up to his thing about this about this book right and never got updated so it stops it. Nineteen Ninety Eight. The book was released in December in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety nine stops ninety eight hip hop greatest albums by year. Now one of the things about this book that people do not really talk about enough is that they were omissions. There's no trouble rocks the one because they stop at twenty five stop at twenty five forgetting. How many albums came out per year so like the one isn't listed and I remember looking for a how can you not have trump rocks to one that was easily one of the top albums of that year? Nineteen eighty-four day. Stop at twenty five which is fucking criminal criminal. Nineteen ninety-five twenty-five criminal. Ninety six twenty five criminal nineteen ninety seven the first year of the underground backpack. This gave me the idea to do. Oh my underground back pet list. Nineteen Ninety Seven Twenty Five Nineteen Ninety eight twenty five. No one thousand nine hundred ninety so. This book was pretty much skeleton for a lot of people who started getting into journalism because it was like what can I use a starting off point but uses a kicking off point to give me an idea of what to write about and then there was also a resource book. You know think about who were the first rappers the made TV commercials Records that were broken by a stretch Armstrong a by Beatles show personalities who appeared in sprite commercials. This became a resource. It's Kim a source book. People would use this. I represent the gold gold and platinum people would use this live because there was no searchable database for Araya back. Then you had vis book. This book was all important. That's why it's so dog-eared that's why it's been used to death that's why has hand smudges all over it. I've cracked this fucking book open several times but I will tell you the one thing that I always noted about this book. It was limited because they only had so much time. Don't have so much space. They missed key singles. They missed key albums. It stopped adopt one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when it was released in late. Nineteen ninety nine. It was just like nobody ever said. Hey let's do an amended version. His Book Fifteenth Anniversary Anniversary. This do a twentieth anniversary. Let's add more stuff to it. Why because I don't even think the people at Ego trip like eight and fuck. I don't even think Elliott talks to the own. Sasha I don't think Elliott Sasha talked. I'm Sasha in Jefferson Mile faulk where Elliott. So it's what it is. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure don't quote me on that I just feel like I wouldn't fall for Africa Elliott now now saying before Elliott fucking God. Beef Elliott now Tom I just realized that I've been talking too long. It's been fifty minutes. I WANNA go fifty minutes. I want to stop talking. Why am I still talking? Just stop does say for Kelly Wilson. Yeah I did for Kelly Wilson..

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Dart Against Humanity

06:44 min | 9 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"You're podcast one Dart Adams in this episode sixty six dollars against humanity. I just want to come out and say it. I think the last episode Doc Gates Your Mandy. Pretty much sucked I didn't know what I was doing going in. I didn't have a game plan going in. I was like I need to record episode the first three times I'm accorded I start over. I started over because I didn't have a clear idea exactly what I wanted to do. Then I just got on a roll and it's like I just started talking about ovarian things and I knew that episode was trash when it was over and uploaded now realized. I didn't even talk about the obvious thing that happened that past week I got into this. Long protracted beef an argument on twitter about the same thing. Everybody else is talking talking about the time. which was the whole article? The John minko wrote saying that drake normalized Singing in ramp now. That was an extremely a historical take. Not only was it extremely a historical but it was As far as history even recent history is concerned it was inaccurate. The fact that a matter was that there was never really a time past the ninety s the early nineties where singing enwrap wasn't normalized. Some of the best most well received most prominent hit makers sung and rapped whether they were established published big names who sold a lot records or just ones that had hits here and there that was their method of getting the hit simply ease play. My funk blew up because she sang and rapped now everybody WanNa play my song one of the reasons why bone thugs and harmony had such. It's a great run is because they were able to wrap in harmonize which is something that a kind of took from what freestyle fellowship. Oh ship was doing. who were like the kings of the whole them good life? La Hip hop scene. There were like is is it the top so they were the most prominent dudes even before they had their major label debut. They had songs on tape all up and down the east coast and they were in the West and people like So there's the same. There's the thing we we know that we feel thugs in harmony. Pretty much got their style a lot of it or the inspiration from freestyle fellowship and a lot of people. How's that even possible? You have to remember that. There was a time when eazy e himself who was owner of ruthless records was behind signed a compilation of artists at the good life. So easy was familiar with everybody from the good life if you're in the West S.. Coast of California. La What have you you. The good life was big. For for God's sakes there was a TV show called self central where they meet a fake good life. A place place called Eugene. Everybody knew about the good life. It was in every music magazine. Everybody was talking about it. It was a big deal so there was no way around sounded so of easy it was there. Everybody was there if ice cube was they are always there the next thing you know they come out in style and emulates imitates. What's what's hot at the good life? Come on we know so you have them but then again if you go even more recent you have cats like so drake right but before drake there was the kid could be a kid named could he ever liberal. Before that you had cats like chaos and canine and socrates singing and rhyming at the same time that were popular superstar volume zero. I mean zero was hot. You Know Canaan was always doing when something hot. Socrates had big big black Lincoln before that he was even singing and rhyming he would rhyme and then he would be in Uh What's her name. Nelly Furtado's band is like a background singer and like a vote and like vocalist straight up singing singing if you go back and look at her video for like look back at a video. He's in them 'cause he's part of a group. It wasn't weird dude singing Devin the dude would sing and rhyme. You had butch cassidy singing and Raymond you had so many people that were doing it before I mean Shit. Whitecliffe was doing it regularly. Somebody please dial nine one one. I mean he was even doing it on like the sweetest thing. There were so many people between two thousand four two thousand five thousand six two thousand seven up up to two thousand eight before so far gone came out in two thousand nine which followed the timeline of kid could as a kid named Cudi and then Kanye West Biting. What kid could he did? He kind of absorbed them then. He'd like Shang Sung them and he like used his cell cell. He absorbed his essence and then put out Edelweiss and heartbreaks which furthers inspired drake to make so far gone. So you're following time line of Drake from Konya. Who took a hit from kid cudi and could he wasn't the only cat doing that at the time there was a whole line of cats doing some of the things so at no point? Was it not normalized so to say that drake normalized rapper singing and now everybody does it because of him debts not true. And if you do think that and there were people that actually co-signed what he said what he's saying is no he was wrong because there were plenty of cats. I was listening to Fonte and other cats do that from two thousand four on like slim kid trae is doing it. Ninety two ninety three and ninety five she like at what point if if I'm hearing Lila..

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Dart Against Humanity

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Easy easy go on that old charlene. Every time I try to say goodbye to ban all my love David Pearson Kenna now. Michelle Ley normalized to do. Allison Williams Jus- common name abstract right. Hi Yo that Shit. That song was shit Black Radio back in the late eighties early nineties. Fire pieces of a dream. What can I say I'm really remember? That's all Shirley. Surely Lois realistic. Barry White Follow Betsy Kashif Personality Angela. Wind Bush the real thing Walter Beasley. Don't say goodbye. I bet if someone played I know it and Bobby Brown which you baby so again. I'm still looking for the top pop albums dams when he's inserts a big Quincy Jones to review the Sh- is going to be long. She's going to be long long. Yes one of the things that you When you go through the billboard issues sometimes they have inserts and is part of the magazine and you just have to like wait till you get back to charts part black albums timmy? Getting Chunky a black. That's all it is. Oh now they finally have rap wrap picks salt and pepper expression EP. MD The big payback. Kumo D- All night long Christmas dance in the city. What you're you'RE GONNA do with my loving home? This is takes me back like college.

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Dart Against Humanity

14:23 min | 10 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Select select hits shall we dance never even heard him do promise you end up heard of these dudes so this is due to math real quick done by the forces the nature is on a major label Warner Brothers Tommy Tommy boy is on a one brothers subsidiary as wonder brothers subsidiary. Okay thanks to a deal. I found out recently. I watched disowned youtube video. With Monica Lynch explaining how they deal went down and came from home a soundtrack and how a song off the soundtrack did really well and one brother is like we need to fuck with Tommy boy amazing story but does younger brothers. Major label wonder brothers. The album enters the charts number. Eighty two so that means that this album came out at least ten fourteen days ago from December tenth I mean of December sixteenth. So likely this album came out late November November twenty eighth but it says November seventh but Queen Latifah says November twenty eighth but she entered the charts on on the twenty fifth. So it's likely queen. Latifah's album came out. November seventh and jungle brothers album done by the force of nature actually came out November. Twenty the eighth. So that's already wrong right now. You see in this corner says the thirty first and best sister The thirty first. But when you see they entered the Charleston so in this corner into charts on November twenty fifth nine hundred eighty eighty nine. But how the hell is it GonNa take that much time for Jazzy Jeff and a fresh prince album to enter the charts jazzy. Jeff and the first print sold double the platinum last time so and they had. I think you could beat Mike. Tyson was on every station. You can imagine the video was everywhere like like. It's impossible that it took them that long to enter the charts. The album came out November thirty first so that release date is likely wrong likely. Their album came out November seventh so jazzy. Jeff from the fresh prince in his corner likely came out November seventh. Especially when you see how high they entered the charts and they're single was on the charts to think. I think it could beat Mike Tyson now. Bad sister debuts on December second nineteen eighty nine. I believe which is on the first album from which is insane the first album from rock Giana. So it's likely it took a while to chart so it could have released been released on November fourteenth possibly possibly November fourteen because again did By December sixteenth nine hundred eighty nine Queen Latifah had already sold two hundred thousand copies. That's very likely if her album was released November seventh and ladies. I had just come out because because the single before that would have been danced for me which came out August which I mentioned mentioned that on a previous episode of Don Against Humanity. Now here's another thing. There was racking my brain if you look up the release date for on third basis the CACTUS album. It'll tell you was released Tuesday November Fourteenth Nineteen eighty-nine just one issue. Def Jam liked the released albums on Friday. So it's more likely that Third base the CACTUS album home was released on November Tenth Nineteen eighty-nine but here's the weird thing third basis. The cactus album enters the top two hundred before it enters the top black albums and the only other time. That incidents occurred was with A. UH beastie boys beastie boys album debuted on the billboard top one hundred top two hundred bef- and then the next week it debuted in the top black album charts as almost like they're rappers and has a rabbit album but what they're white so we're a week late and figuring out where to where it should be charting. Meanwhile Awesome Dre in a hardcore committee. Bam You can't hold me back right. There is right there steady B.'s. Going steady Bam shrike. Dear Sean as bed sister Bam right there. They put Chunky a large and in charge right there. Where supposed to be so the jungle brothers done by the forces of nature I debuts on the charts December number six hundred thousand nine hundred eighty nine which tells me that likely album came out on the twenty eighth is opposed to the seventh like says Leucopenia? Now that's just from me doing research research who the fuck is actually doing research in this space and Oh let it. Rap Warner Brothers. And the December Sixteenth nineteen ninety issue of billboard. The Word Warner Brothers rap roster is I MC Shan Ice Tea unity to Molly Mall cousy rapid. Dj Polo the Funky reggae crew. Focus that Diabolical Biz Markie jungle brothers ever last hour word on the street and you see co Chilin and Oh that's the syndicate. Yeah that's the rap syndicate logo. That's crazy so now we go to Hot Rap singles for December sixteenth. Nine hundred eighty nine. This is how you know that everything makes sense. Let's work ice cream tea pump. It hottie redhead kingpin. FBI's new at Twenty Nine Uzi brothers. Nothing but a gangster Al Chunky a at number twenty seven even though he sang on his own like I believe he's saying like home. Homeboy from cameo you must learn bugging productions. Twenty seven twenty six. Ooh Ooh you got it. The Glamorous Live cousy on number twenty five young and Restless Poison Ivy's at twenty four salt and pepper expression expression debuts which I believe it came out that November it debuts at number twenty three I go to work by Kumo. Diesel down to twenty two dancers drummers beat by body and soul been on charts for weeks at twenty one shall we dance by grandmaster slice and is he chill enters the charts new at twenty going steady by steady enters the charts new at nineteen true feelings by Black Rock and ron been on the charts three weeks at night. Eight eighteen eighteen rhyme fighter by mellow mayonnaise on a charge nine weeks before minted also dropped nineteen ninety principal's office. Just just drop hit the charts. Young MC is up to sixteen after two weeks it was at nine hundred a week before Gucci crew to five dollar high nine weeks up to fifteen turn it out. Raw base from the incredible base album been on a charge. Three weeks is up to fourteen. I think it could beat Mike. Tyson's charts for seven weeks in up to thirteen was down to thirteen because it was a eight the previous weeks eight bus to move young MC better on the charts twenty five weeks. She's got a big posse by Arabian Arabian Prince. Who actually got a write up on November? I believe November twenty fifth issue. This is off memories almost research done. I believe he got a write up about a A. She's got a big policy and the November twenty fifth issue nine hundred eighty nine on billboard. And he's been on a charge five weeks Donald Dis. FBI three basis the two. That's where we go. That's where they go to kid. Hi Awesome Drain a hardcore committee. Frankly speaking number nine. DLC IN DR which ends up being the number one Single At the end of the year is at number eight. Now there's been on chart six weeks. Just a friend by BIZ MARKIE. Nobody he wrote about or made post about just a friend by Biz. MARKIE coming out because nobody does research beepers bus mix a lot off is a believe this has offices seminar manorial because out before we step into the am by third based on the charts. Eight weeks and is at number five is moved up from six. It was five last week. And then sixty before me so horny to live Krugman on insurance fifteen weeks somebody from me. Heavy Dina boys on chart nine weeks at three chops light. She also got her right up. And I believe the November Twenty Fifth Issue November twenty nine thousand nine issue to avoid billboard and they were talking about how her single was actually broken into the hawk. Black Music Charts in seventy three. I'm telling you I've done so much research this month. I memorize things like this This this is from like week a week ago Chow Chow chows at number two on the charts. Eleven weeks and number one. His New Jack Swing it moved up from three and move USURPED MC CHA CHA is the number one rap. Single was the number one rap single with the week before was would have been December ninth nine hundred eighty nine. And there's also a gay boy Rick Ed so Michelle Ley no more lies. The new single chucky booker touch. So you go to hot dance. Music chart a December nineteen eighty nine. What just enters the dance? Music Charts for December sixteenth step into am by third base. And what you need. Stacey let us another video puffy was for those who like to Groove by twin hype. Stop move jumped. Jackie body by Kyi's is hip house. No more alive but Michelle Ley due to Doodoo the power pick is walk on by by Sybil. I remember when all this shit was on the radio. She also did. Don't make me over. What else is new on is bitch I'll be good to you by Quincy Jones. Consider yourself how St- The power pick is one two three by the chimes. You'll I'm old old la like I don't know what any of these songs are. I don't know by the way. Let the rhythm pump by Doug. Lazy Hot Song Mr Lease get busy was hot and pump up. The Jam by techno traffic was murdering shit. Murdering Shit was actually the number one selling twelve inch. It was selling more than autumn Jackson's rhythm nation in Brexit affects new Jack Swing and a house classic. Little Lewis's French kiss which was was the biggest song on college radio but like in late nineteen eighty-nine into one thousand nine hundred and a write up. KYW's charts. I have two identities clydes car salesman by day rapid by night hilarious so yeah that was me doing research and in dome. Actually let me see if I go back and find where a third base enters charts on the Two hundred of the before two hundred December second so you go to December second and as MC MC light and. The word is heavy in message to top. Ten album is on contain in such outspoken cuts on the first number one single and video Cha Cha that's when she ends up in billboard when she has the number one rap single. That's also another thing that I need people to realize if you're going to go do research to understand it if you go looking for print ads and billboard a lot of times the print ads. Don't show up until the album's already been out. Rarely are you going to see A record label cough up money for a rap single or rap. Anything ahead ahead of time. They usually go for promotion. Wants to seize that once. They see that they're actually cracked the charts. And that was Tommy Boy's thing to Tommy boy didn't put any push into de la soul until after me myself and I started moving because I tell you. That album came out in late January and myself and I came out February Fourteenth Nineteen eighty-nine and did not release in March Third Nineteen eighty-nine otherwise there's no way would have debuted on billboard March eleventh. Wouldn't been enough days enough sales as you need at least ten. Then you come out the week afterwards top pop albums one one or eight is MC light as on this. NWEA's at one hundred straight straight outta compton the alarms at one nine you scroll down more third.

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Dart Against Humanity

14:40 min | 10 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Started. I'm Dr Deadens and I am an anchor podcasters one. What is the DART atoms? And this is episode sixty two or Dr Against Humanity. So so what I've been doing lately is right now. I'm in a writing whole I. How do I explain what that it's I get into into a space where I'm just writing writing writing writing researching to the point where I don't go anywhere else? Do anything else. But until I'm done doing what I'm doing I've missed a gang. A things happening a lot like be coach. Events Album parties album released situations a whole bunch of things. I just typically would have been out for but I'm stuck doing the things if I don't complete all these tests and I'm not GonNa see like Delighted Day. Not that is really light to see right now because transitioning to fall for real for real. I just had to cover up to air conditioner. You know because it's about to get real cold. I haven't been to the barber shop. I've been lined up the beard is. I've just been doing a lot of writing and researching and when I get into those spaces. I don't come out of them until I'm done doing everything I'm doing. They give you an idea of everything that happens. November because again we're getting to the The winter part of the year. So it's like everything. Changes over is like I'm transitioning into a whole different space mentally and physically and everything else. So it's getting darker sooner outside. I started listening to different kinds of music because this is when the winter album situation stars arising I mentioned this the previous episode of Dot against humanity but also I do certain posts and certain things this time of year every year and also one of the things that is happening right now with so. There's a game that came out recently. Deaf stranding Hideo Kojima another of his games. The Guy who did The metal gear series and a whole a whole slew of Classic Games. But the thing is with him is that he has a lot of concepts and ideas that are really high minded but they appeal to Japanese sensibility. If you know what that means if you've dealt with a whole bunch of Japanese media Like anime for for instance. There's just some Japanese media to get translated to English and a lot of things get lost Austin two translation because of the concepts that are normal to the Japanese mindset and an environment. Just don't really translate well to English speakers especially North American English speakers because our live style and in our the way we approach the world and our concepts of life for just so different vastly different so One of those things being is that the ideas and the concepts presented in this SCIFI WORLD DID KAJIMA IS A inc.. Kojima Saen on Kojima is his created. Just are fucking off the wall and don't make a lot of sense so what I like to do. And what a lot of people in my space like do is. I'm not great at playing games. So my brothers used to get the final like the metal gear games final fantasy games would have you and played them through and I would sit and watch but there's this thing called Youtube now and what end is also these things. Cold likes streamers twitch streamers youtube streamers. What have you so what you can do is you can pretty much watch play? throughs of the game got a smart. TV to switch it to youtube and you watch on television and what happened recently is that they uploaded the entire every cut screen so the entire movie be it using equals. You can't see of death stranding so it's eight hours I don't sleep. I ended up watching all eight hours. A diff- straining while doing other things. I'll get to what I was doing. And the Shit don't make sense. I mean there are a lot of concepts they are they are well intentioned and I get what he was trying to do but for the North American English Bliss speaking audience it's convoluted. It's Clunky to shit doesn't make sense okay. And then they are. They'll use a term for something that could bit is simpler term. Could have been used but he wants to make it Cinematic Matic. He wants to make visual. So he's created these analogies and things some of them work some of them fall short and it just gets to the point. Where after you're done and you've seen all eight hours and you're a writer like me you like? This could have been this. This could have been this. That could have been cut out entirely that that was too convoluted. This was clunky so now I'm just sitting there and the thing is that what's supposed to get you to the game. What actually works when you play a metal gear game is the game play watching the game play? If you just watch the movie part of it you like what the fuck is this and it hearkens back to us at this on twitter back when square had their own their studio and Honolulu ethnic was they did a CGI film called final fantasy. The Spirit's within which was of course created by the Japanese side the Japanese team and a lot of concepts that they had to translate to English didn't in make sense to the North American or English Speaker Sensibility or mindset or or anything it it just. It didn't make sense to plot. Didn't make sense the concept's were just all over the place and if you just watch the movie portion of the game that's the same thing if you don't play the game you need to play the game because even even when I saw The metal gear games played it. You you're rewarded by playing the game because there's an excellent a game but the shit that they're doing on the story side just doesn't make sense to an English and I just wanted to dislike Hamburg ember. That home and the thing is that there are a lot of people that are going to say. Oh No this was supposed to be this if you have to explain what something was supposed to be. Then and there's a problem I feel like what Hideo Kojima so much of a visionary that he doesn't want to let go certain things if you WANNA make your game and just Japanese just make your game Japanese okay but if you WANNA make games find people creatives who will make a game name and kind of use the idea that you had delays staggered the time the English version out or just have somebody make their own game based on your concepts in your ideas and adapted it so the shit makes sense you finish a game and you're like Yo. So how'd you like training like the game. Play like this and this The story didn't make any fucking sense like there's a bunch of shit just holes everywhere and even when you try to explain away the holes. It's just gets more convoluted anyway away from that. What was I doing while I was watching the eight hours of Movie portion Russian of death stranding. So what I do every year since about three years ago I do this thing on medium. It's called on this with underground rap albums so the me pull up the exact title medium not media fire so what have to sign. This is taking forever so what I do is I actually write these pieces typically every year. I'm super busy right now. So I'm going to have to hold off on it so I'm doing the Research Chinchilla. Finish it because one of the things I'm doing right now as I'm writing liner notes for an album. I should actually have that finished at some point today because I have to figure out actually what day it is published so every year around November. I do these posts. Scroll down too so far Jesus Christ in the first quarter so I do these Post independence fuck the first one. I did do the twentieth. Fanta versity so the first one I did was in November. Two thousand seventeen. Independent Is Fox twentieth central underground hip hop releases from nineteen ninety-seven The one I did the next year I did did it. In September late September Two thousand eighteen is going to be busy writing stuff in November. So I did. Independent is Fox to twenty five percents. You're underground hip hop releases from one thousand nine hundred and I'm actually working on independent as fuck three and I think it's GonNa be a twenty five essential underground hip hop releases from nineteen ninety nine as far I can tell but one of the things did delayed. It is research why because people don't know release days now now in doing research discovered the upcoming release dates for the nineteen ninety. Nine version should be beat junkies. world-famous beat junkies volume three which came Out November ninth nine hundred ninety nine to grassroots Canadian group. The album was on conception passes through time classic album which was released on November ninth nine hundred eighty nine and it looks like November nineteen ninety nine is the actual release date of M. F. Dooms Operation Doomsday. Looks like I figured that out It looks like it's November ninth. It could have been November. Second but the roots crew come alive came on came out on that day and I'm pretty sure the the Operation Doomsday was released on November Ninth Nineteen Ninety nine now. A lot of people have. That list is April twentieth before Bob Vito posted and said that's not possible. Because here's the test pressing and it came out on this date. But it's looking like it was October overnight tonight on November Ninth Nineteen Ninety nine now what I was also doing his hours researching other release dates. Basically I was doing. ninety-nine nine hundred eighty nine is all fucked up but in one thousand nine hundred four on this day twenty five years ago. This is November remember eighth the number twenty two thousand eighteen so twenty five years ago. Today Pete. Raucous yells move released classic Re Up sophomore more album of the main ingredient now. The next week method man released a to cal and then the week after that Redman released derozan dark side. It was a month that a man for Def Jam Nineteen Ninety four so I was doing an. I'm have a research so our research. It's something like a right it later when I get to it So I've been researching for method man's to cal. John that came on November fifteenth and to CAL is an interesting story behind that record and what happened with it and how perceived and how has been perceived especially by method man and and also is an interesting story about red man what happened behind his creation of dark side and his perception of versus the audience's perception of it and there's a similar story right but I think as reverse for a method man man was always chasing too cow. Like you wanted to get away from CAL and Redman was also wanting to get away from Deir as a dark side like he doesn't even consider. That album appears great meanwhile his fans love it. He didn't he'll never play something from the the dark side. He doesn't like playing tracks from beards dark side. He's like talking about the album. Released like pushing under road like really dark times during a lot of drugs shit was going really bad for me. I think it had a lot to do with the fallout of the home at a depth squad him just being by himself. He made that album pretty much by himself with an empty sixty. Who's going through a lot of shit? During like a lot of hallucinogenic drugs he was fucking around with a crew called. The Black Klux Klan does a lot of shit going on. I love that album. D- Not not a fan. He loves.

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Dart Against Humanity

06:37 min | 10 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"GonNa do this for the audience. And you didn't do this for audience you audience and then they get it in ten episodes and it's funny because it's an adaptation of home of a graphic novel daybreak and I gotTa Tell You I've never read daybreak. I've seen the covers. I have no idea what daybreak is actually about so. I don't even know how much of a adaption this is. Even though based the covers I don't think the day dealt with the world of high school like this did so actually have to like get into that but I was really really impressed with how they knew we're going to do episodic show on net flicks and we know that people were going to bench it and we know that the audience is going join to think one thing and we're going to turn shit on their head and we're going to. We're going to make it so that people want to see season two based on how close it and I will say that the the last five minutes of episode ten perfectly made it so that I need to see what happens in season two and I think another show. That did that well L. was on the election election. Had Me like what the fuck is going on. What's going on what's going on what's going on? And then like the last two or three episodes of election jumps ahead and by the last seen in the last episode of election. I absolutely need season season to season two sooner rather than later. You know I mean there's some shows that had the cliffhanger on on net flicks like between like Between or is in between some sheets and we're never going to get dead on resolution now I believe there's the society the one about the kids on an alternate reality you know and and they're trying to get back home. That one is another one where I need season two when I think about daybreak versus the society own election. It just makes me think about what what I would do if I was show runner and I was a creator and I was a writer and I had my own series. You know and you know the team I what put together how the music would go. Who Do who do this? who were cast all that stuff But also back to the main theme I'm going to do this. PODCAST for the next fifteen straight weeks until episode seventy five Dennis going to go on another break and then when it comes back from that break we're going to do twenty five straight weeks until we do episode one hundred trade and that will be seasoned indices and five and then we'll figure out what we do from there also during the The interim I've done work with with The Boston Legends podcast. So on what happened was on the bus legend side we wanted into New Jersey drops and sales and stuff like that but what ended up happening was our distributor was going through some issues because because and we ultimately needed to find a new distributor manufacturer for the throwback throwback uniforms and also we had already had to deal with the fact that we had to push back then. We couldn't do everything in the summer. So we're going to do it all the way through the fall in winter going into two thousand twenty instead because also One of the people that we picked for the line is on scorning penance. Japan has an NBA job. So it's going to be available to just come in and do everything and the other person that we have Wayne Turner Wayne. Turner does basketball the ball camps. And you know things that things of that nature and he's individual. He works with individuals so he's wasn't available to come in and do certain things so so we had to space stuff out and beauty of that is that we get new district get a new distributor new wall manufacturer new Do all these other things. But but we can you know recalibrate what we're doing and we don't have to rush it anymore. We could do it right. I'd rather do it right then. Try to Russia along and make excuses for subpar on content and stuff like that so again We're going to be doing this from today. All the way into For fifteen weeks pause and then come back and then continuing Spring Twenty Twenty and do twenty five straight episodes. And then we'll figure out what happened from there and that'll be one hundred episodes of dot against humanity. This has been in a quite the Journeyman we're going to enter twenty twenty. I started this podcast back in April. Two two thousand eighteen. I had no idea what I was doing. Our how was doing it and I look and I see how many places have picked it up. Also another thing please. If you bought the book the Book Dart go on Amazon Review it and also for those of you who don't know a dart against humanity is now on soundcloud is sawn mix is cloud and also want audio Mac. So if you're looking for back episodes of it and you can't find it anywhere. Where else audio Mac soundcloud mixed cloud okay? In addition to a whole bunch of other distributors there was some distributors. I try to get it on and I don't know what happened. Pandora never really got back to me. deesor never got back to me. there was another one like I thought it was going to end up somewhere. I hit up luminary luminary. I don't know what they were doing. They did nothing but also you have to know that where I.

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Dart Against Humanity

15:49 min | 10 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Amazon because when he went to Amazon to told him there was a one two three three-month wait for it. So now there's only five books left at Amazon for Amazon at Walmart for nineteen seventy-three when the book was originally charged. Twenty four ninety nine. Here's another thing when you book starts selling well. The price drops the price drops the price drops so to have a book that started twenty four nine thousand nine on October eighth. And you go to buy it now on Amazon. And it's like below twenty dollars that tells you it's been moving at one point. I was in the top ten. I was in the top five in a new releases on Amazon. Then of course you know time passes while dropped to top ten. Then I was in the top twenty. I was like seventeen. Then I dropped down to nineteen and and you know since the delay happened. While we're sending people other places to buy the book it went all the way down to number thirty seven but this is after weeks again to book came out on the eighth. It is now November. I sort of books have been out for over three weeks so to have my book be be in the top forty in Amazon sales with a delay of a month and it's independent book but it's selling other places it's surreal and I did not expect this to happen as been overwhelming overwhelming seeing people. Send me a techs and pictures on social media of them just getting their book. Talking about my book on Social Media I wrote a lot of acknowledgments in the back and and just the idea that the people are buying the book and seeing their name acknowledged in the back of the book is insane to me. It's a whole different different feeling. You're overwhelmed their stress and you stress involved. So there's a whole different level. Did something that I didn't understand. Psychologically how a book release would affect me. When something's going badly you already have an idea? Hi Dear you're preparing yourself for that like you're you're managing expectations. You're hoping to not be too down. You like a if it comes out and does in does so and so whatever you know. It's all good you know. It's my first book business when it you don't prepare yourself for. What if it exceeds? Your expectations does well beyond you ever expecting it to do. What if people really come out and support you in droves and ways? You didn't think they would. You don't have VAT VAT in your tool bag. You don't have anything in your mind saying a if it's going to well ord- selling too well and people are talking about in two glowing terms. You need to have a way to Dow things down and keep yourself grounded. Who the fuck thinks that? Who who that's that doesn't even come into your mind? So that was one of the things I had to do and I had to manage things again. I mentioned so that I wasn't having my eyes glued to a screen all the time and placing all my value on how the book is doing and another thing. I had another thing that was interesting was people were so invested in. What was happening with the book? They I was like all right. I'm going to have to update on Instagram at midnight. Every night to let people know how the book is going because people been hitting me up. Hit me up. Hit me up. It was the same mom. Tom Premise behind back in the days. When a song was really popular rather than have people request it all the time? They just said we're going to play it at the top of every hour so I was just like. Oh I'm going to update you on what's happening at the top of every day. This is where it is. This is where it is on a charge. This is how it's is doing but the thing is that that was me. I did that for instagram. But people were so invested. They were telling me how was doing so. I ain't even have to check and that was something brand. New People rooting for you so hard that they are just inspired by the fact you put Out of Independent Book Selling Your outselling books about the Beatles for now there's another thing for now books come out every a Tuesday and somebody's GonNa drop a book that's going to make yours sink all the way down because they're going to be the new hot shit which I'm totally cool with because I didn't expect this. This shit happened anyway Kathy Lee released an incredible book on October twenty. Second God save the Queen's the essential essential history of women in hip hop that became the next number one a new release and it is well deserved moved Think y'all need to go out and buy that and a book that I have here. I don't really know Russ like that. But the publishers sent me roses. It's all in your head get out of of your own way. I'll get out of your way so yellow book. It's big type. You know flipping through it right now. I haven't have an actually like read a whole lot because I've been doing my own writing. But yeah man the Book Darts Surprise Fries me. One thing I would love people to do if you purchase the book. Darton you read it. It's not that long book it's less than two hundred pages It reads really quick. I was as somebody. Okay when you write something and you wrote something. Ten years ago. Eight years ago seven years ago your attachment to it is completely different. I read something I wrote. Ten eight seven six five years ago and I just think the myself how. I'm more efficient efficient. Now I can research way better now. I could have gotten to the point better now if I wrote something where I was angry when I wrote it it. There's a better way could have done that. There's a better way I've could've articulated that fact so there's A couple pieces in the book walk that I wouldn't have chosen to include the Nicki Menaj piece. I wouldn't have I actually got into Some issues where people over that book book piece because of how it read is been edited but how it read because I was frustrated with the women weren't getting looks and and I was frustrated with the fact that there were women who had to hinge everything all their hopes on Nikki doing well all in hopes that people would look them even though they already deserved a look. There are so many different ways. I could've articulated my points without without coming off the way I did when I was sour and pissed off when I wrote that particular piece I wrote that piece in two thousand and ten. I wouldn't write it that way now. I'm forty four years old going on forty five. I wouldn't process things the same way I did. In two thousand els and ten now in two thousand nineteen going two thousand twenty. So there's a lot of that There's a lot of articles that I array of like. Wow this is really good. Because I'd already in my head figure it out. I could write this way better now. No I could do this way better now. Do this way different now. But when people read it they have a completely different. Take away then I we do because my attachment to is completely different. I love red. Man's Derozan dark side. Red Man hater dares dockside because of what it meant to him to the place. He wasn't his life when he made it so his attachment and what that means to him way. Different than what it means to me when I heard it in one thousand nine hundred four to me is one of the greatest winter albums of a made up there with to cal in anything earl made earl actually released album Thirty minutes ago so to give you an idea of my feeling an attachment to some of the pieces in the book but when I read it I'm like Oh this works because it's in chapters actors this in sections like personal essays. All the stuff and I read it and I'm just like wow like this is well done There should definitely be a second. Ah addition with newer stuff that I wrote stuff that I wrote more recently. There's recent stuff I did too. But more recently things that follow more the The Knowledge Darts series that I did on mass-appeal which is been taken off the archives. Now because mass-appeal no longer deal with that so I have all those and I'd really like to make a book just based on you know All starts pieces starting from back in the days when I wrote for on that fat site there was being funded by Steve Stoute's translation stashed. There should have been twelve editions. Eh of all knowledge on a stash but only I think six or seven actually got published because the person who is in charge of it Just wouldn't run them mm-hmm and the story was that they didn't have a budget but they couldn't come out and be a man. Tell me that I had to know from people that were there so it was like so us going. You're going to tell me that you don't have the budget for me. Whatever just string along and ultimately what happened was I sent in a piece and I had to hit the person up and I'm just like Yo are you gonna run the peace because I haven't heard anything about it and his response was late? Oh we're still doing this at no point. Headwear dolts grown men and no point. Did we ever discuss thus discontinuing knowledge darts. No matter of fact. He hadn't talked to me in a minute and I'm just like what's going on. Why do I have to track you down? Just be be a grownup and tell me what's happening. And he told me some half ass shit. I actually knew why what was going on. He was like it's not doing what we expected it to do. disingenuousness and I'm just like dude. You don't have a budget anymore. But he didn't tell me that. So my cool run the last piece and he never reigned last piece. I put that took the last piece I posted it on my medium and I sent them an invoice for it anyways because he owed me. You can't try to gain a grown man in this industry if you owe me money from my labor. I'm getting my money now. Moreover so yeah. There's the book I was really surprised support. Did I got There was the stress caused by doing well. As opposed to me worrying that it was going to flop and tick catcher brick which I was more prepared for the outpouring of support and people being happy that I finally took forty four years to put out A. It's not going to be that much of a wait for the next one. Promise you anyway. Another thing I did right before that was and went left for me was beat the BBC Z...

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Dart Against Humanity

27:33 min | 10 months ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Doc Adams and you're listening to Dr Against Humanity on anchor if you're not aware anchor all device and your computer meaning desktop laptop not only that but echo actually distribute you can earn money from your podcast with minimum listenership that means that now so if you're interested in this and what you should do is you should go download the free anchor APP podcast one up dot Adams and this is episode sixty a lot has changed since then one thing being that I actually have a book out Mira Lisa aid and the publisher is Amir say eating notice is is also the book goes live October eighth it exceeds to the point where as of yesterday if you went to try to order doc on November Fifteenth Two Thousand Nineteen so I guess that's when the reorder whereas Walmart there's five left there was a small have been surprising now one of the things that I've never really done is the preorder type situation because I do everything I think I was going to get I it would affect the way algorithm changed monetarily it didn't make Mucha job since there were generating income from it and getting noticed and going to Bitcoin and this is actually affecting my psyche and the spoke altogether and one thing I didn't WanNa do is I didn't want to put that kind of value on what I did I worked on this this is my back catalog this is actual so it's a product what I didn't expect was the support that I got the book goes live October eighth we announce it October tenth after it's people bought it in droves it sold out they did another of October I was of the number one a I'm like wait a minute I'm the number one book on independent but I was like number fourteen and like rat books which was commit publishers big publishers publishing houses people it keeps climbing meaning it sells more and more and two numbers and things like that because I don't put that kind of sending me texts and tweets or your book is still the number one bestselling new release on Amazon update to see where it was selling just to see that and get that rush get a feeling about the book and what I'm doing as opposed and all day looking at this it's going to affect me and I have to keep you know I don't Wanna I I should know like check myself a manage. My expectations did ten straight days of high volume sales out the gate force for a period of time on Amazon and doc to support him what have you but I was beating Shea Serrano for twelve hours Becht people would actually come out and support this book that way and over a stock in their warehouse is they do something called home and also the two hundred CDs from Indie label you're likely going to buy thirty order more than one hundred twenty because you want them to laugh and be around because you figure there's going to sell over time both imprinted you're going to have to print more and you print them they're going out and now it gets to be a thing where you're buying because they're back ordering and what happens now is when you get a certain amount of books people were so Amazon central buying the book they they I was sending people later I didn't even know that it was being sold oh that place existed so I put it up matter of fact what yeah well as Powell's so she sends me the link and I'm like Yo you could buy from Powell's and I was like a C. You could buy from Walmart and there are people that don't three-month wait for it so now there's only five books left at Amazon for the price drops the price drops the price drops so to have a book that started at one point I was in the top ten I was in the top five top twenty I was like seventeen then I dropped down to nineteen this is after weeks again the book came out on the eighth it is now November I it's an independent overwhelming seeing people send me a text and pictures on I wrote a lot of acknowledgments in the back and and just the idea that different feeling you're overwhelmed their stress and when something's going badly you already have an idea you know it's all good you know it's my first book business when it you don't prepare yourself you didn't think they would you don't have VAT ord- selling too well and people are talking about in two glowing terms you need to have a way so that was one of the things I had to do and I had to and placing all my value on how the book is doing and another thing I had to let people know how the book is going because people been hitting me up hit me hit me up it was the same mom so I was just like oh I'm going to update you on what's happening at the top people were so invested they were telling me how was doing so I ain't even have to check out of independent book selling your outselling books about the Beatles down because they're going to be the new hot ship which I'm totally cool with because I expect this essentially history of women in hip hop that became the next Russell like that but the publishers sent me roses it's all in your head get out of having actually like read a whole lot of it because I've been doing my own writing darting you read it it's not that long book it's less than two hundred pages your attachment to it is completely different I read something I wrote could've gotten to the point better now if I wrote something where I was angry when I wrote it walk I wouldn't have chosen to include the Nicki Menaj he's frustrated with the women that weren't getting looks and all in hopes that people would look at them even though they already deserved look there are that particular piece I wrote that piece in two thousand and ten I wouldn't write it that way now house and ten now in two thousand nineteen going two thousand twenty ahead figure it out I could write this way better now we do because my attachment to is completely different I and what that album means to him way different than what it means to me when thirty minutes ago so need it I'm like Oh this works because it's in chapters ah addition with newer stuff that I wrote stuff that I wrote more recently there's recent stuff I did too now cause mass appeal no longer deals with that so I have all those and I'd really like to make a book let's say there was being funded by Steve Stoute's translation it actually got published because the person who is in charge of it Just whitten run them there so I was like so us going you're going to tell me that you don't have the budget it's like Yo- are you gonna run the peace because I haven't heard anything thus discontinuing knowledge darts no matter of fact he some half ass shit I actually knew why what was going but he didn't tell me that so my cool run the last piece you can't try to gain a grown ass man there's the book I was really surprised support did I got there the outpouring of it's not going to be that much of a wait for the next one promise you anyway another the greatest of all time hip hop song list and they asked me for top a good grasp on what was great over a forty needs to be at least twenty five just to be fair and not the alternative was me complaining about everyone else who did and the a hundred and eight critics and it went pear-shaped to use the year recorded history of rap music was notorious the `nigma wrapped in a riddle locked into and eldridge which is enthroned into the depths of see that doesn't exist needed die juicy got overshadowed by flavoring yeah and then two weeks later on killer instinct arcade. I'll never no biggie up it was the one more chance remix and that affected notorious biaggi's ready to die was another great winter album first album Cypress Hill which came out into summer of nineteen ninety one and didn't really blow up until into the into the into the charts on billboard because again.

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Dart Against Humanity

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"dart" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"If you listen to dart against humanity on a distributor all other than any the of the thirty i just listed do me a favor and tweet me what distributor is and hopefully send a link with it to me on twitter at dart underscore adams. If you can't tweet me 'cause you're not on twitter then email me what the distributor is and hopefully a link or tell me what distributor is that you can't linked to like downcast or anything like that or if you can possibly send a link with that senate and send that to the g mail account dart. Adams is a bastard d. capital aac capital capital. I capital aac capital b. capital. Dr adams is a bastard at gmail.com. I'm doing this because by the time season three is over on august sixteenth. I want to be able to fully acknowledge all the outlets to distribute you podcast so i can fully track who listens to it and where i have another podcast the boston in legends podcast which is also just recently launched on anchor. It's on seven different distributors now. I'm going to have to work with the guys and figure out how to get it up to the thirteen supposed to be on and then do what i did here and figure out where else it is that i can't track via anchor when you start a podcast. Nobody tells you how to do this. How you supposed to search for your podcast being on outlets in distributors you never knew existed explained that to me. Do you think i knew any of these places. Any of these outlets existed before. How long do you think i knew it would downcast test was. How long do you think i knew that well guess. How long ago did you found out you book existed or there was a pod paradise or plex or how about all the other global noble podcast distributors how i had to figure out that i couldn't system submitters some of them unless i was doing ten thousand listens per episode. I figure that out. I had to do a lot of work. A lot of independent research knowing told me shit. I've grown a podcast out of nothing would stick into a business good old american gumption and dumb fucking look over what like eighteen months from one to zero different podcast when i didn't even know that there were thirty and now that i know that there might be fifty out there. I'd like to get to forty so any help. You can give me would be greatly appreciated. I know typically when i do a podcast. <hes> do not talk about these type of things but i think that that's the best reason for me to do it. I want to be completely transparent with the listener. I want them to understand that a lot of people go into these things with the business this plane in an idea and i have to tell you as somebody who's been writing for a long time. I have to pivot all the time after figure shit out on the fly all the time especially in an exponential world of data where you don't know what's happening and things shift and all of a sudden you got a a pivot in and go another direction so i had to figure out what i was doing something. I was supposedly succeeding in without realizing succeeding or how all because i had to figure shit out out on the fly as i did and if what i can do what i'm doing help somebody else out and makes things easier for them. All four it is what i'm here for and i'm going to end here because a friend of mine just hit me and said that they were going to be at anchovies and they're only in town for the night. <hes> also want to say <hes> wrestling piece to my friend peyton lock who passed away of cancer <hes> resting eternal peace to d._j. Chaos and rest maternal apiece morrison you inspired countless writers especially young black ones you made us be seen you made us visible and you made us realize that there are so many things we could do with words so many ways we could affect other words and so many ways we can be touched words and i am an attorney grateful to you and thank you. I have nothing else to say one..

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